The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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tjrewfislli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
<: \ clume 35 Number 12
Miami, Florida, Friday. March 23, 12
Three Sections Price 2de
neasy Quiet Along Syrian Border
RETAIN FRENCH NATIONALITY
Algeria Independence
Guarantees Full Rights
For Jewish Community
FIVE ON TRIAL
PARIS(JTA)Algeria's 150.000!
Jews have been guaranteed full:
religious, cultural and civic rights'
in the agreement for a cease-fire
reached between France and the
; IN the Moslem movement for
Algerian independence, according
to the text of the pact released
lere this week.
The Jews of Algeria, until now
thoroughly integrated among the
j .000,000 Europeans in Algeria, will
(r.joy specific individual and com-
:..iin"al rights, according to the (
. greement signed last night at Ev-.
.an. As an integral part of the
"uropean minority in Algeria, the \
i untry's Jews have been guaran- j
.nd by both sides the following:
:s:
1. Jews will be able to retain
their French nationality. They
will enjoy a three-year transi-
ional period, during which they
will be able to choose Algerian
nationality, which will be grant-
ed automatically, if that is their
preference. Should they refuse
to become Algerian citizens, they
will nonetheless have the right
fo continue to live in Algeria, en-
icyin9 rights equal to those
granted to Algerian citizens.
2. During the three-year period,
Jews will have specific guarantees,
tuch as privileged municipal sta-
tus in the cities of Algiers and
Oran. They will also have judi-
cial representation on courts and
juries before which they may ap-
pear.
, PAGE 9 A
3. Jews have been guaranteed
religious and cultural freedom
They will have the right to ad-
minister their own specific institu-
tions which will enjoy limited au-
tonomy.
A Frenchman "of the Jewish
faith" will sit on the 13-man ex-
ecutive which will administer Al-
geria during the transition period
Continued on Page 3-A
President Kennedy this week
appointed Jacob Blaustein on
the six-member board of gov-
ernors of the United Service
Organization as successor to
former Secretary of Navy
Dan Kimball whose term on
the USO board has now ex-
pired.(JTA).
Nazi Party Urges Virginia
Not to Revoke its Charter
RICHMOND. Va(JTA)The American Nazi Party asked Vir-
ginia Gov. Albettis S. Harrison this week to veto the State Assembly
passed bill revoking the party's state charter. The appeal, made by
national secretary Karl R. Allen, also contained a request for a per-
sonal meeting with the Governor
U.S. Watchful in Wake
Of Heated Battle Clash;
Casualty Figures Disputed
JERUSALEM(JTA)An uneasy quiet prevailed this week along
Israel's Lake Tiberias border with Syria, following a Saturday dawn
raid by Israeli forces which smashed into Syrian gun positions atop the
heights overlooking the lake, whence Syrians have been harassing Is-
raeli fishermen and patrols on the lake.
United Nations
Gets Complaints
From Contenders
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Sy>
ria and Israel filed complaints
with the Security Council here,
eacb accusing the other of "aggres-
sions" as a result of Israel's Satur-
Kuivi -3 .~.... day dawn raid against Syrian gun
here that fighting had stopped. The positions overlooking Lake Tiber-
Department added that it has been j.lS Neither side requested a
informed that "United Nations of-, Council meeting, both being con-
ficials are in the area")
United Nations Military observ-
ers started an investigation into
the events that precipitated the
raid. They established their head-
quarters in the Syrian village of El
Khrushi. The UN investigation
was expected to be completed early
this week. At the same time, U.S.
Ambassador Walworth Barbour
conferred with Mrs. Golda Meir.
Israel's Foreign Minister. He had
requested the meeting which was
described unofficially as "intorma-
tive."
(In Washington, the State Depart-
ment issued a brief announcement
Mating that word was received
At least 30 Syrians were killed,
one Syrian soldier brought to the
gun emplacement only a few
Continued on Page 8-A
to argue the case for a veto. II |
Gov. Harrison signs the bill, the
charter will be voided June 1.
Meanwhile, a student organiza- I
tion at Hunter College, one of the
components of the University of the
City of New York, announced it had
invited as speakers both George
k??m ^uTne?: t;" Ar r
secretary of the Communist Party mann's defense, wants the
Israel Lifts Ban on Full Text
Of Adolf Eichmann's Appeal
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Dr. Rob-
ot the United S'.ates.
The announcement was made
Continued on Page 6-A
Ask Nasser Aid Bar Unless
He Negotiates With Israel
WASHINGTON-(JTA)-Republi-|ican aid he receives to push the
v .h vmtino of New I United States into opposing Israel's
tan Sen. Kenneth Keat.ng, of New fc ^ Europe Labeling such
York, urged this week in the SenMpctJon a ..blatanr attempt to infl-
ate that Egypt should be told mat
,i will receive no further American
aid until it "sits down and nego-
tiate its differences with Israel"
and "comes together at the conler-
tnce table instead of spewing forth
threats and propaganda."
Sen. Keating charged that Egyp-
tian efforts "to tie strings" to
American foreign aid because of
U. S. support of Israel'* bid for a
link with the European Common
Market is "ridiculous, undignified
and wholly at variance with our
objectives in the Middle East."
The Republican lawmaker told
the Senate that "Egyptian resent-
nient at the possible links between-
Israel and the European Common
Market is so great that Nasser
Continued on Page 10 A
*
Supreme Court, which will begin;
hearing Eichmann's appeal from
the death sentence on Mar. 22, to!
permit him to call 16 witnesses
among whom he lists the late Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, Israel's first
President; Moshe Sharett, former
Prime Minister; and Minister of
Justice Dov Joseph.
The text of the Servatius appeal
1 was made public here after Chief
! Justice Yitzhak Olshan reversed a
j previous ruling banning publication
of the text. Dr. Servatius, upon
his arrival here to prepare for the
high tribunal's hearing, had com
plained that the ban was "strange."
In the 61-page document. Dr.
Servatius raised 9 6 separate
points, challenging the judgment
of the Jerusalem District Court
which, last August, found Eich- j
mann guilty of crimes against
the Jewish people and crimes
against humanity by directing the
annihilation of 6,000,000 Euro-
pean Jews during World War II.
Dr. Servatius also said in his ap-
peal he wants to question Israel's i
Minister of Justice as to whether
Argentina had renounced its
"right" to prosecute those who ab-
ducted Eichmann in Buenos Aires, I
bringing him to trial in Israel.
The defense counsel questioned I
some of the testimony given at the;
long Eichmann trial, contending
that some of the District Court's <
conclusions were based on "undue
weight" given to testimony, evi-
dence and exhibits at the trial. Dr.
Servatius gave notice of an appeal
Continued on Page 7-A
tint merely with informing the
members of the Council of their
conflicting claims and counter-
charges.
Israel's protest, oy Ambassador
Michael S. Comay. pointed out that
Israel exercised its right of self-
defense as a result of 10 differeirt
aggressive acts by Syria between
Feb. 1 and Mar. 16. He also noted
that, since Syria separated itseTT
from the United Arab Republic, last
September, its leaders have re-
peatedly declared that their Gov-
ernment is "in a state of war" with
Israel.
The "aggression" allegation
made in the Syrian document was
Continued on Page 12-A
BULLETIN
By Special Report
JERUSALEMIsrael For-
eign Minister Golda Meir
late Wednesday announced
that her nation will call for a
special session of the United
Nations Security Council to
review the worsening Syrian-
Israeli impasse. Almost at
the same time, Israeli jet
fighters drove off Syrian war
planes which violated Is-
rael's air territory for the
third consecutive day.
Bid for Common Market Stirs New Arab Rifts
LONDON(JTA) Israel's bid
for some kind of a link with the
European Common Market stirred
new rifts this week among Arab
League countries.
Questions were again being raised
in Lebanon as to just who was be-
ing hurt most by the Arab boycott
Israel or such members of the
League as Lebanon. Pierre Ge-
mayel. a member of the Lebanese
seems to De trying to use the Amer- Cabinet, said that the boycott was
being applied by Arab League offi-
cials with little regard for Leban-
on's economy and "with too much
regard for Egypt's economy."
Arab League countries have
already instructed their envoys
in EEC countries to inform these
Governments that they would re-
gard acceptance of Israel as an
unfriendly act. But the reports
from Beirut made it clear that
Lebanon was far from ready to
go along with Arab League pro-
posals to sever all relations with
EEC countries if a tie is arrang-
ed for Israel.
Lebanon and one or two other
Arab League countries were report-
ea to feel that the best way to deal
with the EEC-Israel problem was
lor the Arabs to form a trading
area of their own. either Arab.
Afro-Asian or of non-aligned coun-
tries.
Observers in London said the
differences arise partly from Leb-
anon's consistent efforts to remain
poised between the fiercely con-
lending forces in the Arab world.
Premier Kassem of Iraq mean-
while announced independently
that he had prepared a "precise
military" plan "to liberate Pales,
tine."



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+Jewish Haridten
Friday, March 23, 1962
Liebman Elected
Hospital Director
H la m I and Pcrrine attorney,
.lames David Liebman, has been
elected a director of the James
Archer Smith Hospital in Home-
Mi ad.
Liebman is currently president
of the Homestead Bar Assn. He
j> also president of the South Dade
Kiwanis Club.
Liebman is immediate past pres-
ident ni" the Miami-Gables Zionist
District.
Beth Torah
Camp Program
Camp Ha-Ge-Gah. summer day
camp of Beth Torah Congregation,
is now open for registration to
boys and girls from 6 to 12.
The day camp will run for eight
weeks beginning .Time 25. Arts
and crafts, swimming, dancing and
dramatics will be incorporated in
the daily schedule. Bus transpor-
tation will be available. Mrs. Rob-
ert Schwartz is camp committee
chairman.
Sunday Laws Penalize Sabbatarians
By Special Report
ALBANY New York's compul-
was endorsed by the Jewish Jewish Congress delegation that he
spokesmen at the hearing. I was trying to find a basis for pas-
In his testimony. Pfeffer noted sage of a measure this year that
i inilil nnnmil inl>i-. _
sory Sunday closing law forces among the 34 states having would permit storekeepers to
Orthodox Jews. Seventh Day Ad", Ceneral Sunday laws, 'no less than main Pen on Sun(i> U they ob-
ventists and other Sabbatarians to ; Drovide so"mc form of exemp- served another day as their relig.
makp a "casual choice" between1. e- -...,..:,.... amoM,h ious day of re-:.
tion
for Sabbatarians." Attached j,0lls day
'make a "casual choice'
violating their religious beliefs or Jo"'nis'"s\at7ment'"were the texts of j "I am doing my best to find the
suffering economic hardsmP;# sup" i Sunday law exemptions for Sabba-; basis for passage of Sunday law
porters of a "fair Sabbath law > tarians in the laws of Connecticut, i legislation that recognize! the re-
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charged here today.
Speaking in behalf of 21 national
and New York Jewish groups at
a hearing of the Assembly Codes
Committee on proposals to amend
'the State Sunday law, Leo Pfeffer
i of New York, general counsel of
the American Jewish Congress, de-
i clared:
"Enforcement of compulsory
Sunday observance laws against
those who observe another tay
as their religious day of rest
constitutes a serious infringe-
ment of their civil, religious and
economic rights. By prohibiting
labor and commercial activity
on Sunday, it has the effect of
requiring Sabbatarian merchants
to be closed two days a week.
"The Sunday law thus penalizes
its fair share of space-age industry Seventh Day observersChristian
just by wishing for it." Congres- as weii as Jewishthrough the im- !
sional candidate Claude Pepper position of an economic hardship
said in speeches to groups of North an a burden on their adherence to
Miami Beach businessmen Tues- tncjr religious beliefs."
da-'we must move fast to build an1 The Jewish spokesman called for
industrial complex here which will egislatlon that would exempt all
provide a more solid, year-round "">? who observe another day as
basis for our economy; to build their Sabbath from the State law
increased purchasing power: and that prohibits most labor and corn-
to provide better employment for mercial activity on Sunday.
I xecutives, technicians and la-; pfeffer was supported by another
bor," Pepper said at a breakfast witness. Theodore Conklin. repre-
of 150 businessmen
Later in the morning, he told
another group at the Center that
"this area will have to bid its
resources against other rapidly-
growing areas in the state to se-
cure a share of the federal gov-
ernment's program at Cape Ca-
naveral."
Indiana. Kentucky. Maine. Mich-
igan. Oklahoma and Vermont.
His statement concluded:
"In the interests of religious
liberty, of equality and of fair
play, we respectfully urge this
Committee to correct the grave
injustice and serious discrimitv
i ation which observers of a day
| other than Sunday now suffer
i under the laws of Now York
; State."
Several hundred "fair Sabbath"
ilaw supporters attended the public
hearing, arriving here by train and
! bus from New York City and from
other parts of the state.
Hopes for an exemption for Sab
. bath observers to the State Sunday-
closing law rose last week when
, Gov. Rockefeller told an American
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Rockefeller said.
Proposals to exempt Sabbatlmb.
servers from the Sunda) closing
law have been before the Legis-
lature for more than ten Mars but
have never passed either house.
, For several years such an exemp-
tion has had the support of the
Protestant Council of Churches hut
has been opposed by the Roman
Catholic Church.
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.New York City and the State Coun-
cil of Churches, who said that "be-
cause of our belief in the freedom
of religion for all. we shall sup-
: port legislation for the protection
I of those who regularly keep an-
other day of the week as holy time
and do not labor or engage in
business on that day."
He pointed out that ''missile in- AUn number of sucn ex.
dustr.es were eyeing the Tampa-; u ave ^ introduccd in.
St. Petersburg area Orlando and no c m
Orange county, an dfast-growmg |
Brevard as locations lor their peo-1---------------------------------------------
[ pie and projects.
"From long experience, I feelj LeGTII [ IdulStl
; certain I can convince them that |
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! cultural and educational opportuni-
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the album consists of two long-play-
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Friday, March 23, 1962
vJmvisti fl Page 3-A
U.S. Reports $6 Million Israel
Surplus for Loan to Firms Here
Architect's view of Jewish Home for the Aged
when its facilities are expanded from the pres-
ent 105 to 225 beds. The Home will embark
on a campaign for $800,000 under the aegis
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, of
which it is a beneficiary agency. This is the
firs* in a proposed tan-year plan of community
capital improvements conceived and imple-
mented by Federation.
UNDER AEGIS OF GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
$800,000 Expansion Drive for Home
WASHINGTONUTA)The Uni-
ted States Agency for International
Development reported this week
that Israel has S6.1O0.00O available
for lending to United States firms,
or their affiliates, for business or
foreign trade.
The funds are available as the re-
sult of the sale of surplus U. S. ag-
ricultural products under the U. S.
Food-for-Peace programs. Borrow-
ers make repayment in local cur-
rency. Foreign businessmen are
also eligible for the loan funds pro-
vided their proposed use of the cur-
rtncy will result in the sale of U. S.
agricultural commodities.
tor vehicle parts and medical, den-
t;.l and veterinarian equipment and
supplies. The Israeli-U. S. agree-
men) was part of a global tantf re-
duction plan endorsed by the U. S.
in Geneva last fall along with the
participating members of the Gen-
eral Agreement on Tariff and
Trade.
Plans for a campaign to raise
funds for an additional two-stories
and administration building tor the
Jewish Home for the Aged were
announced jointly this week by
Circuit Judge living Cypen. Home
president, and A. J. Harris, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. The new construction
will increase the capacity of the
home from 105 to 225 beds.
Heading up the campaign to raise
S800.000 in the Greater Miami com-
munity will be Baron de Hirsch
Meyer.
The campaign will be conduct-
ed through tha facilities of tha
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Cypen and Harris said. It
will be the first step in what is
now viewed as a ten-year plan of
community capital improvements
planned and implemented by
Federation.
"It is a dramatic example of
what can be accomplished when
our Jewish community plans and
builds on an overall, coordinated
basis." Harris explained.
Most important single event in
this campaign will be a patron's
dinner scheduled for Apr. 17 at the
Home at 151 NE 52nd st.
Algeria Independence OK's
Rights for Jewish Citizenry
The Farband Branches
of Greater Miami
wish to inform the
Labor Zionists Groups
of Greater Miami
That the Unveiling of a
Monument t the Memory
of the lale
MR. RUBIN GERBERT
uili : Sunday, Mar. 25, 11 A.M.
at Mi. Situi Cemetery.
Mr. Gerbert was i life member
of the Farband since it wm es-
tablished.
Let us py our respects
to Km memory.
--------I Continued from Page 1-A
j
| leading to a referendum on the fu-
ture of Algeria's status.
French authorities, it is under-
stood, offered, during the talks
leading to the Franco-Algerian
agreement, to reserve one seat on j
i the executive for a representative
of the Algerian Jewish Communi-
ty. However, this plan has been
rejected by the Algerian Jews. |
They did not want to emphasize the
j possible separation of the Jews,
from the rest of the European pop-,
illation. The Frenchman "of Jew-|
ish faith" on the executive body
will thus not be specifically a rep-
resentative of Algerian Jewry.
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Here, in the French capital, it .
I is expected that the French Gov- I
eminent w:ll now reestablish dip-
lomatic relations with tha Arab
states. Those relations were
broken in 1956, after France's
participation with Britain in tha
action against the Suer Canal.
First among the Arab states with
which Franca is expected to re-
establish diplomatic relations is
Syria. It is baliewad that those
relations will be established first
on the charga d'affaires leval, to
be followed, perhaps in two weeks
by full exchanges of diplomatic
personnel between the two coun-
tries.
Political circles here indicated
that the Foreign Ministry hopes
gradually to improve its relations
with other Arab states. While the
SUM action had caused the breach
in Franco-Arab relations, it has
been the impasse in Algeria that
has been the chief stumbling block
to resumption of normal diploma-.
tic relations between Paris and the
Arab capitals.
Diplomatic circles here, how-
ever, envisage no change whatever j
in the present, warm relations be- j
tween France and Israel. No alter-1
ation in those close relations have
been evidenced here in the last few
days, since it became evident that
the Evian talks would succeed, re-
sulting in consequent closer rela-
tions between France and the Arab
states.
Israeli diplomats here stress
their belief that they see no diffi-
culties ahead in Franco-Israeli re-
lations. They point out that, when
Britain resumed diplomatic rela-
tions with the United Arab Repub-
lic, that development did not at all
affeel the relations between Brit-
ain and Israel.
Agricultural Administration i
sources in Washington revealed v
that Egypt has been the third
largest recipient of Soviet bloc
economic assistance outside the
Iron Curtain countries, an au-
thoritative Administration source
reported. Egypt has received a
total of $615,080,000 in aid since
1954, the Administration spokes-
man said. Soviet aid generally
takes the form of large-scale, low
interest credits, he explained.
Three major Israeli exports to
the United States are slated for
tariff reductions when the recently
concluded Geneva conference tar-
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The agreement awaits only a Pres-
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and uncut diamonds The three pro-
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year.
Ner Tamid Men's Club
On Saturday evening. 9:30 p.m.,
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Tamid will sponsor a dance in
Sklar Auditorium with an orches-
tra and entertainment. Admission
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In return for the U. S. conces-
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tariffs on a variety of U. S. imports,
the largest of which are wheat, mo-
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Volume 35 Number 13
Friday. March 23. 1962
17 H Adar 5722
A Community Plan
The announcement '.':..s weet
c! a capita] fund drive kx the
c~--e'.zz~.jr.- z: the Jewish Home
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Equal] ;
1 drive will ]
tndei the aegis 3
Greater Mi rmi ) jwis] ; -.
ol v..-..- a Jewish Home tor the
Aged is a local crffiliate agency.
Federation officials indicate
tbal this will be the first time Mi-
ami Jewry's central fund-raising
and community-planning organi-
zation has undertaken a capital
cempaign for a single participa-
ting beneficiary. They also look
upon the Home's expansion pro-
gram as the first in a ten-year
Federation plan for the capital improvement of
other Jewish community affiliates here.
These are certainly ambitious aspirations,
which admirably underscore what, it is hoped,
can be accomplished through the mutually co-
operative efforts between Federation and Fed-
eration's beneficiaries.
Announcement of the plan comes at the
highpoint of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign. The Appeal some ten days ago
revealed it had reached the SI million level.
R.ghtly, campaign leaders simultaneously in-
dicated that the hardest climb still lies ahead,
if sufficient funds are to be raised this year to
fulfill the community's local, national, and
overseas responsibilities.
In the wake of this week's ten-year capital
improvement plan, it devolves upon the com-
munity to redouble its effort to meet these
responsibilities. Highlighting great expecta-
tions in newer degrees of Federction-local
agency cooperation, it behooves all oi Miami
Jewry, including the leadership of the agen-
cies, themselves, to reexamine the extent of
their participation in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal
Mrs. Grossman Honored
Mrs. Ethel Grossman was honored Satur-
day evening upon her retirement after 20 years
oi service to the community.
Friends, neighbors, and feuow-profession-
als turned out to say "thank you" to Mrs.
Grossman for her knowing leadership here.
An authority in the field of pre-school edu-
cation, Mrs. Grossman leaves her post as
county supervisor of the Early Childhood De-
velopment program of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
In this capacity, she rose to become the
current president of the South Florida Section
of the Florida Association on Children Under
Six. Among her many other professional
achievements, Mrs. Grossman is a past chair-
man of the child care committee of the Family
and Children's Division of the Welfare Plan-
ning Council.
No greater testimonials to her accomplish-
ment can speak more eloquently. They are a
reflection of the leadership of her late husband,
Maurice Grossman, who was widely known
here as executive director of the Miami YMHA.
No Peace in Middle East
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion told a gradu-
ating military class some two weeks ago that
the danger of war or aggression against Israel
seemed to have lessened considerably. And
then the peace was shattered by gunfire.
The border battle with Syria last week
emphasizes the uneasy truce between Israel
and the Arabs in the Middle East as a con-
tinuing threat that can erupt to engulf the en-
tire area and, under "favorable" circum-
stances, possibly the major world powers, as
well.
Many crises have beset the globe during
the past fifteen years. There have been cost-
ly wars in Korea. Indochina, and Algeria
in addition to small eruptions such as in Laos
and the Congo. Revolutions have been staged
in Hungary and Cuba; and chaos seems to be
challenging the viability of Argentina today.
In a world where aggression presumably
goes unrewarded by territorial acquisition,
peace-barker Nehru recently annexed the en-
clave of Goa in the name of India.
One can go on and on with the catalogue
of atrocities against the best interests of human-
kind And principal among them would be
the Israel-Arab conflict, about which much is
spoken and little if nothing has been accomp-
lished toward solution.
To repeat the "rightness" of Israel's re-
establishment the justification of her re-
emergence in our time would be to tread on
ground by now well-ploughed with equally
well-documented argument. Once again to be
critical of Arab recalcitrance of Arab avow-
als of total destruction of a nation and a people
would be to criticize the world powers that,
from the beginning, set themselves up as
arbiters of the human conscience in Israel's in-
dependence, and as the referees of potential
Middle East conflict.
While major efforts, even if unsuccessful
ones, have been launched to deal with most
areas of global conflict from their very incep-
tion, more words than deeds mark the role the
arbiters and referees play so far as Israel and
the Arabs are concerned. Can it be that they
believe time is on the side of the Arabs?
Whatever the reasons, the men, women,
and children shelled at Ein Gev last weekend
only know that everyone talks peace, peace
but there is no peace.
the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Yt/E ST0OD< the three of u,
daring the week s^AwF*
emy. Jack Popick. Mortimer
May, and I. Both Mr. Popick
and Mr. May are estimab:-
gentlemen in the community
We gazed up at the connected
buildings which were soon to
be dedicated. They appcarei
_ lovely a pain st the eraettj
bright sky. The crowd waa
gathering in an alcove the buildings made among them busy mem-
bers of the city government busily flitting about to be seen. The.
had long ago been honored for their role in bringing the new -
into being, although some of them did their best to prevent it a!
turn, and now they congregated in anticipation of more applause.
I said soniPthincj cynical abcut this. Mr. May smiled in respoi m
Mr. Popick sadly protested that Jews no longer show either rev.
or respect for intellectual achievement. Realistically giving mo-
derations their just due. he nevertheless suggested that
-how a more proper regard for learning. I counterc
1 Academy certainly demonstrates the community's r
tor learni
'.-: and Mr, May stood silently for a momen:
' ." mplications of thai Somehow, it didi I
felt thi en what was i
ts? I wondered
y i
"r;
' ^ela"::: :- teacher

-
this. .A
-.. ted
(ample of their lives
. .. to education.
Whereupon. I wai :' an agonizing letter to mc :':
: friend in Nc York, who took sharp to my rec I
- about the Israel Bond national inaugural and its exit--.
;.:ums to Eddie Cantor. How could I. my friend wondered
a >ick old man who had done so much for Jews everywhere? 1
isolated light. I found it difficult to reply to him except by c
trast to recall that it was not Eddie Cantor's applause to which 1 toe..
exception, but to the lack of equally fervent applause for the poetj
among us.
This was what the very estimable Mr. Popick meant when h
sadly complained that Jews have forgotten how to respect their me l
of letters. Sadly, the dilemma has other ramifications: If honors to
the clowns arouse our philanthropic instincts, while reverence f
learning among us rustles the leaves as much as a dead breeze o:
a brutally hot day. should we therefore deny the clowns and thus
endanger those in need? Charity, too. is an ancient Jewish tradition
Put it another way: Many were the dedicated people, honest
motivated, who contributed to the building of the beautiful new Acad
emy. Many are the dedicated people, honestly moticated. who cor.
tribute to the creation of fine projects in communities everywhere
why blot their escutcheon with thoughts of the less well-motivated.
ON KNITTING A 0AN6U0US CLUVAGl
QNE CAN END it here, on precisely this happy ncte. except thi
it would -nun some more important conversation we had Mr
Popick. Mr. May and I in the hot. near-noon sun I suggested tha
we permit ourselves the free use and interchange of these tl
education, intellect, and traditional Jewish ideology. Whereupon. 1
further suggested that a dangerous divorce seems to be occurr:-
in American Jewish affairs between ideology and our com:
fund-raising mechanisms.
Mr May. twice a president of the Zionist Organization of Am
ica, agreed heartily, adding that the singular lack of Zionist leader-
ship in our central philanthropic campaigns proves the stat
rably. I was here brought to mind of what is commonly called
- circle" meaning I suppose, an insoluble dilemma. F
philanthropic campaigns, by their nature today, appeal to the
mate levels of our material understanding levels where poet-
purveyors of ideology can not comfortably, and therefore tl
Knit the cleavage. I gallantly demanded, and stop the dr.
Our conversation could be carried no further. Mayor Oka. laUBChii
the dedication, recalled his participation in the Kennedy dinner t-1""
niht before, reporting the Presidents urgent and continuing request]
for rising American educational standards.
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BRING TH[ HtAVtNS TO OUR YOUNG
IN THE HEBREW Academy, the Mayor declared during his wel-
coming remarks, the Jewish community had made a fine contri-
bution toward this end; although, he said, in an oblique reference
the U.S. space program, the Academy would not educate its youth ;
the way of the stars, it would prepare them in the means of both
secular and religious scholarship and identification.
Silently, and respectfully. I made a silent note respectfully I
disagree with Mayor Oka. The Hebrew Academy. I thought, better
than any other school among us. must take our youth not only to the
stars but to all the heavens to the ultimate reaches of man-
ideological speculation. The Academy. I thought, must make poe!>
of our young: lovers of books and learning.
We emerged from the blaze of the near-noon sun into the
beyond. Adjusting to the subdued light, there in the alcove the con-
nected branches of the school made. I saw the stars in my eyes, flit-
ting about the spanking now walls, flying up the stairs to the cl.is-
rooms and halls, waiting to bring their message from the heavens to
the students soon to gather there.


Friday. March 23, 1962
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Page 5-A
Challenge Partly-Arab Land Expropriation
.1ERUSALEM (JTA) Two, land for development of a new.ing for a full debate on the pro-
Iritist Arab members of Israel's town near the Acre-Safed road. |posed exproprjation. t^j, argued
Parliament recently challenged A motion was submitted by Com- [ that marble quarries on the site
r-Jans of the Government to ex-1 munist deputy Emile Habibi and \ provided a livelihood for 400 Arab
jiropriate some partly Arab owned Mapam deputy Yousef Khamis ask-1 families and that adjacent land
could be used for the development
project. Some 1,300 acres, half of
which belongs to Arab villages, will
be used for the new town, Carmiel. I
Finance Minister Levl Eshkol,
replying for the Government, said
it was simply a coincidence that
some of the land was partly Arab-
owned. He said Jewish land was
also expropriated for similar pur-
poses. He explained that among
considerations leading to selection
of the site were the topography
proximity to roads and supply cen-
ters. He also said that in compen-
sation, the Government had offered
either land or money and that most
of the owners chose cash.
A million came- help more come...
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You have helped to bring a million immi-
grants to Israel since 1948, through your
generous contributions to the United Jew-
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Now, more thousands are on the way. To
transport them and assure adequate ini-
tial reception aid, your continued and in-
creasing help is vital.
And that help cannot stop at the bot-
tom of the gangplank. Help them as they
strive to make new lives for themselves.
Help provide the new homes they need,
the clinics and youth centers, the trade
training and educational opportunities,
the welfare and rehabilitation aid...
See them throughinto a hopeful future...
through the United Jewish Appeal.
IN 1962, UJA MUST RAISE $95,000,000
To make possible this vital lifesaving aid to 600,000
In Israel: Help to 335,000 immigrants, new and
old-including transportation, reception assist-
ance and housing help for new immigrants^
and expanded absorption aid to unabsorbed
immigrants of previous years: 135,000 immi-
grant farm settlers, 45,000 aged and handi-
capped, 31,000 young people needing vocational
training and youth training help.
In Other Overseas lands: Aid to 255,000 Jewish
r- men, women and children including food,
shelter, medical care, vocational training, other
constructive help.
In U.S.A.: Assistance to 10,000 refugees, here or
expected.

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Tree of Life Symbolizes Hospital
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CEDARS or LEBANON HOSPITAL
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Installation dinner of the Great-
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A priceless gift from Michael
Piuggi, internationally-famed art-
ist, will enrich Miami's new Cadars
of Lebanon Hospital.
A "Tree of Life" caning by
Piuggi has been officially installed
at the hospital as a fitting form of
recognition to many hundreds of
donors.
Contributors of S500 or more will
be listed on the dramatic wood-
r. rving which was designed and
fashioned single-handed by the
Italian-born sculptor.
II will stand at the entrance of
the hospital, as a symbol of
strength, comfort, and hope," an-
nounced the hospital president,
Samuel T. Sapiro.
Three months in the making,
the walnut panel depicts a mighty
cedars tree as symbolized in
early religious illustrations and
in the Bible. The massive roots
are boldly set in relief, stem-
ming up from a title ribbon.
Aluminum nameplates, some 500
of them, are set vertically into
the lower third of the panel, be-
neath the roots, figuratively "giv-
ing life to the Tree," which is
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
The dynamic energy of Piuggi
has amazed men half his age.
He recently passed his 71st birth- j
day. and expressed regret he may'
be required to leave his teaching
job at Lindsey Hopkins School.
'Regulations.'' he says.
But Piuggi doesn't feel "old."
Not a bit of it. He tackles new
' projects every day. In addition to
creating huge wall murals for ho-
tels and public buildings, he de-
velops commercial exhibits and
displays, paints portraits in oils and
pastels, hand letters ornate scrolls
and citations, designs religious sta-
tues, builds floats for parades, and
displays the alertness and agility
of a man in the first bloom of his
career.
"When I'm all wrapped up in
big job, like the treeit took
three months, you knowI feel
fine.I feel younger all the time,"
he beamed.
Piuggi Is an authority on applica-
tion of gold leaf, antique scroll let-
tering, and illumination, An ex-
ample of one of his illuminated
5 is now on exhibit in the Vati
tan m Rome.
Dentists to Hear
Treasury Man
Miami Beach Dental Society will
meet for cocktails and dinner at
I he Seville hotel on Monday at
7:30 p.m.
Speaking on "How !o Save a Lit-
tle of What We've Got," "ill be
Albert M. Cooper, estate and gift
tax supervisor, main office U. S
Treasury department, and Arthur
.!. Schwarlz. manager. Bache and
Co., Lincoln rd. office.
As Cedars official see it. the tree
is "a work of art. beauty, and re-
membrance."
"A brilliantly-conceived symbol
of strength" is the way some art
critics have described the nine-loot
bo> relief panel.
cine of the best thing* ever said
about this breathtaking piece ot
si ulpture," remarked Sapiro, Is
that it stands for something funda-
mental and solidthai it pictoria-
lizes the heart of Miami's people in '
a material form. Those who come
closest to the core of the idea call
the tree a monumenl lo Miami's
philanthropy." he said.
Some works of art, like the
sculptures ol B< Iticelli, Michelan-
. < |o, nd Rodin, depict man al his
finest hour. The Tree of Life rep-
i, sents man's efforts lo nurture the
roots oi th>' tree, to strengthen and
upbuild the totality of mankind,
and to heal and care for him phy-
sically in his lifetime.
Tin- is as Michael Piuggi sees it.
According to the Bible, the tall-
trowing Cedar of Lebanon Tree
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The Bible says that David used
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t.-il as "Cedars," 111 the dep
meaning of tin- Itution's name
can never be 1
Nazi Party Seeks
To Save Charter
Continued from Page 1-A
by Harlan P. Kleiman, a founder
of a new Hunter College campus
organisation, the Competency
Party. Kleiman is also president
of the student government. He
said Rockwell will address the
students Apr. 11, while Hall will
speak on the campus two weeks
later. The campus newspaper,
"The Up*owner," criticised the
invitation to Rockwell.
In San Diego. Calif., the Jewish
college student from Brooklyn who
punched George Rockwell on tne
jaw during the Nazi's lecture at the
San Diego State College will be let
off with a reprimand from College
president Malcolm Love, officials
announced this week.
The reprimand for E d w a r d
Cherry, a senior, was recommend-
ed bj the student body's Judicial
board which noted that the punch
was unpremeditated. The student
belted the chief of the American
. Tarty when Rockwell shoved
, him and refused to answer ques-
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Ban Lifted on Eichmann Appeal Text
A. DAVID RAYVIS
Continued from Page 1-A
for a hearing on whether he may
obtain the manuscript of Eich-
mann's "last testament," a 500-
pnge book written by the prisoner
in jail in Israel.
Meanwhile, a Government regu-
lation was published in the official,
Gazette, over the signature of Po-
lice Minister Behor Sintreot, au-
thorizing the Commissioner of Pris-
ons to appoint "a man to execute
the death sentence" imposed on
Eli hmann.
The order provides that the
Prison Commissioner appoint the
executioner after two conditions
have been fulfilled: 1. The death
ssr.tence is upheld by the Su-
preme Cotrt; and 2. the Minister
of Justice gives written approval
fcr carrying out the sentence.
Such approval by the Minister of
Justice cannot be given, under the
law
has
unless the President of Israel pardon or commutation.
regulations, issued by Mr. Shitreet,
gives the prison warden who has
custody of Eichmann authority "ta>
seize any letter of manuscript or
notes written by the prsoiur bs-
refused to exercise his right of! Another amendment to present fore or after conviction."
Sayvis to be Installed Sholem Lodge
'rexy at Banquet Ceremonies Sunday

A. David Rayvis. incoming pres-
ident of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
3'rith. Will be installed at a ban-
quet at the Deauville hotel on Sun-
Jay evening.
E. Albert Pallot. former presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith District Grand
{.odge 5. will be installing officer.
Rayvis, who holds a CPA from
Pennsylvania, is also co-owner of
[ill's Men's Shop in Coral Gables.
Se has been a member of B'nai
J'rith for over 25 years.
Rayvis is new serving for the
p sixth consecutive year as Flor-
ida Anti Defamation League
jchairman for the Florida Fed-
ration of B'nai B'rirh Lodges,
nd has also served as a merri-
er of the executive committee
f the Florida regional board of
ADL for six years.
I He is also ADL chairman of the
kamiitee on discrimination in
iployment for the Florida re-
nal board of the organization,
bd a former ADL chairman for
strict Grand Lodge 5, B'nai
frith. He was graduated cum
^ude from the University of Penn-
ylvania.
Also to be installed Sunday are
I Sanford M. Swerdlin. president-
elect; Marvin Pearlman. vice pres-
ident; Martin Budnick, vice pres-
ident; Saul I. Blake, recording sec-
retary; Morton W. Palmer, finan-
i cial secretary: Moe Schatzman,
1 corresponding secretary; and Mil-
ton Hahn. treasurer.
Eli Hurwitz. outgoing president,
! has been named monitor of the
lodge.
Cardiac Hospital
Presses for Funds
p Construction work on the new
facilities for National Children's
Cardiac Hospital is well under way
In the new Metropolitan Medical
Center on NW 12th ave.. and for-,
jnal dedication of the buildings is
Set for mid-summer.
Meanwhile, according to Leo Rob-
Bison, president of the free, non-
gectarian institution, which de-
Votes itself to treatment and re-
Search of heart disease among
young children, a sustained drive
lor contributions has been inaug-
prated.
Playing an important role in the
fund solicitation are two new com-
mittees just announced by Robin-
son. Heading the Special Pros-
pects Division is Richard I. Beren-
son, with Louis Pokress as vice
< chairman.
Chairman of the House Party
' Division is R. Williams Apte, with
I Dr. Louis Lemberg. chief of staff
I at the hospital, as vice chairman.
School Directors
Meet at Bureau
Educational directors of the
Jewish schools of Greater Miami
and Hollywood met at the Bureau
of Jewish Education here to set
the Bureau's annual testing pro-
gram for the first week in May
' with Bureau tests in history. He-
brew. Jewish life, Bible and Israel.
A special sampling program was
I explored to gain a more accurate
community median in the subjects
tested.
The school directors discussed
the formation of an inter-school
Keren Ami Council to be or-
ganized in the form of a junior
Federation to study the needs of
local, national and inter-school
agencies and to recommend con-
tributions to these agencies to
the individual schools.
Half-Day Camp
Program Listed
Temple Adath Yeshurun an-
nounces a half-day summer camp
program for children from three
through elementary school ages,
daily from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
The program will include arts
and crafts, music and dancing un-
der professional supervision, bas-
ketball, volley ball, bowling, field
trips, and dramatics. The air-con-
ditioned Temple will be used for
activities which will be divided be-
tween the indoors and outdoors.
Mrs. Joseph Gersten is in charge
of information.
Personnel needs outlined by the
directors of the schools for the
coming year indicate the need of
more qualified Hebrew teachers
for this area.
The school directors stressed the
need for further in-training pro-
grams for Hebrew, Sunday and
pre-school teachers. Because of
geographical problems, these in-
training programs will be set up
in three or four areas of the com-
munity, necessitating the expan-
sion of the College of Jewish Stu-
dies of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
The educators have begun ex-
ploration of a program of accred-
itation of all Jewish schools. A
third draft of accreditation re-
quirements was reviewed and
some modifications suggested. The
accreditation program of schools
will be further studied and set in
operation for one year after its
approval by the board of directors
of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Among school directors attend-
ing were Abraham Gittelson, Beth
Torah; Benjamin Udoff, Temple
Emanu-EI; Meyer Samberg, Tem-
ple Ner Tamid; Abraham Reise-
man, Adath Yeshurun; Herzl Hon-
or, Temple Menorah; Ellis Rob-
bins, Temple Judea; Herbert Ha-
rari, Temple Sinai Hollywood; and
Louis Schwartzman and Herbert
Berger, of the Bureau.
Metropolitan Bank Dividend
Metropolitan Bank of Miami has
announced its regular quarterly
dividend of 20 cents per share to
stockholders of record, as of Mar.
23, 1962, and payable Apr. 6, 1962.
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FridaY- March 23. 1962
How HST Changed Toward Israel
Anhur Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, discusses the school Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion with four delegates attending the annual CJA breakfast
meeting on Mar. 11. Left to right are Candy Silver, Temple
Emanu-El; Bette Rosenberg, Temple Judea; Sam Goldstein,
Temple Beth Am; and Stuart Cohen, Beth David Congregation.
Uneasy Quiet Prevailing
Along Syria-Israel Border
Continued from Page 1-A
hours before the raid, was taken
prisoner, and quantities of Rus-
sian-made ammunition were cap-
tured by the Israelis. Israel's
casualties included five dead and
10 wounded, six of the wounded
in serious condition. According
to Syrian reports, Israel alleged-
ly suffered 200 casualties wT.ile
fQWr Israeli tanks were destroy-
ed. Reliable Israeli sources,
however, denied categorically the
Syrian reports of higher casual-
ties, repeating firmly that the
Israel casualties were not greater
than those reported by the Israel
Army.
Maj. Gen. Zvi Tsur, Chief of Staff
of Israel's defense forces, reported
on :he Syrian clash to the Cabinet
a', its weekly meeting here. Later,
be discussed the events also with
the Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee of the Knesset, Israel's
Parliament. David Ben-Gurion,
the Prime Minister, was not pres-
ent at the Cabinet session, being
absent as scheduled while on a
two-week vacation.
Finance Minister Levi Eshkol,
h; acting Premier, expressed the
Government's appreciation to the
Army for it? work in Sunday morn
ing's action. At the same time, Mr.
Eshkol, on behalf of the Govern-
ment, voiced Israel's grief over the
casualties, He expressed his con-
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reaved, and his hope that the in-
jured would recover very soon.
Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's For-
eign Minister, disclosed that the
Israel Government had earner
notified Acting Secretary-General
U Thant, of the United Nations,
at well as Maj. Gen. Carl C. von
Horn, chief of staff of the United
Nations Truce Supervision Or-
ganization, that Syria's attacks
on Israeli boats on Lake Tiberias
caused "a dangerous situation"
in which the Syrians were "play-
ing with fire."
"Israel," said Mrs. Meir. "can-
not tolerate provocative acts on I
the part of Syria She said she
had notified Mr. Thant of the situ-
ation last Monday and, again on
Thursday. "Israel's approach to
the United Nations authorities to
prevent the Syrians from carrying |
out these incidents," said Mrs.
Meir, "were of no avail. The Syr- ^
ians continued their provocations,,
and attacked fishermen and police |
in patrol boats. Israel had no al-
ternative but to take action against
the places from which the firing
was directed."
The Israeli action was carried
out by crack units of Israel's army.
Israel's forces had not only wiped
out the Syrian gun positions but
had also captured about 500 Rus-
sian-made gun shells which the
Syrians were using in their 102- j
, n-.illimeter guns. When the Israel
air force went into action, some
M1G-17, Russian jets were in the
sky in the vicinity. However, the
M1GS disappeared when the Israeli
craft took to the air.
(Beirut dispatches Sunday re-1
ported that, at a meeting between
Iraq's Premier Abdul Kanm Kas-
sim and Syria's President Nazem
, al Kodsi, the two Arab leaders de-i
! tided on plans for close military
and political cooperation, inviting
ether Arab countries to join these
I plans. Diplomats at Beirut re-,
' ported that Iraq is seeking the sta-
tioning of Iraq troops on the
Syrian-Israeli border.)
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By LEON ELL
President Truman was im-
mune to all group pressure. What-
ever decisions he made were
reached from the conviction that
it was just and primarily to the
best interests of this great coun-
try of ours. In his Memoirs, Mr.
Truman wrote:
"I do not think I ever had as
much pressure and propaganda
aimed at' the White House as I
had in this instance. The persis-
tence of a few of the extreme
Zionist leadersactuated by po-
litical motives and engaging in
political threats disturbed me
and annoyed me.
"Individuals and groups asked
me, usually in rather quarrel-
some and emotional ways, to s'op
the Arabs, to keep the British
from supporting t h e Arabs, to
furnish American soldiers, to d.i
this, that and the other. I think
I can say that I kept my faith in
t h e Tightness of my policy in
spite of some of the Jews. When
I say "the Jews." I mean of course,
the extreme Zionists. I know that
most Americans of Jewish faith,
while they hoped for the restora-
tion of a Jewish homeland, are
and always have been Americans
tirst and toremost .
"The simple fact is that our
policy was an American policy
ra'her than an Arab or Jewish
policy. It was American, be-
cause it was based on the desire
to see promises kept and human
misery relieved.
"As the pressure mounted. I
found it necessary to give instruc-
tions that I did not want to be ap-
proached by any more spokes-
men for the Zionist cause "
Dr. Weizmann's Visit
Eddie Jacobson told me that he
received a call from New Yo.'rt
urging him to perform a great
service for his people. They told
him that they tried every per-
sonalty they could think of to
get Mr. Truman to receive Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, and that the
President refused to see anyone
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Joe Malek. candidate for Justice
of the Peace, 5th District, was se-
lected by Voice of America to re-
cord a haf-hour broadcast.
Ivan Leonard, officer in charge
Of Special Events from Washing-
ton, D.C., came to Miami Beach
, especially to record with Malek.
The program consisted of 30
minutes of interview based on
, Malek's legal career, as well as his
, 15 years of service to the com-
j munity.
Malek, a cantor here, sang sev-
eral songs in Yiddish, and finish-
ed the program with the Star
' Spangled Banner.
This is the last in a series on Leon
Ell's view of the crucial moments be-
hind the founding of the State of
Israel. Mr. 11 it a long-time Miam-
ian. He is an active traveler and
writer.
in the matter affecting Palestine,
and that he was the last and only
hope to persuade Mr. Truman to
see Dr. Weizmann.
Eddie said that he finally
agreed to intercede in behalf of
Dr. Weizmann, and he went to
see Mr. Truman at the White
House for the purpose of trying
to get the President to grant Dr.
Weizmann an interview.
Truman Agrees
Mr. Truman was adamant in his
refusal. Then. Eddie went on to
say. "Harry, you have a stauette
on your desk of Andrew Jackson.
He is. to your mind, a great
American and your hero, and al-
ways has been. Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann. although I have never met
him personally, is to be what An-
drew Jackson is to you. Dr. Weiz-
mann. in my humble opinion, is
the greatest Jew of all times. I
am not asking you for a change
of policy or a change of mind, nor
am I trying to persuade you to
take any steps contrary to your
duties as President. I am only-
pleading for your favor to receive
Dr. Weizmann who is a sick man
and has traveled thousands of
miles to see you. It is not like
you, Harry, to refuse to see him."
The President finally consent-
ed to see Dr. Weizmann on the
condition that he be taken through
the rear of the White House in
order to avoid any possible pub-
licity. Dr. Weizmann was ad-
mitted to the White House
through the rear door as a favor
to Jacobson without the slightest
publicity. The President received
him very warmly and spent a
great deal of time with him.
Reported Eddie: "I do no*i
know what the conversation was,
but I know that when Dr. Weiz-
mann was finished, it appear*
that the President was convinced
that it was to the best interest o"
the United States and Israel ]
extend immediate de facto reeog.
nition of Israel as an independev
state."
In Memoriam
The honor, distinction am
credit properly go to my dear and
lamentably late friend, Eddie Jj.
cobson, who never claimed to hav-
ing interceded in behalf of Israel
or in behalf of any specific poi-
cy, but only for making it possible
for Dr. Chaim Weiimann t
before our President the facts
that were necessary for Mr. Tr
man to make the right decision,
A line or two about Eddie J,.
cobson.
He was a modest, virtuous, i
right, honest Mid-westerner of ttia
Jewish faith. He was not a /.;
ist. He was. however, an affirm-
ative Jew- with a kind heart deep,
ly concerned about the tragedies
besetting humanity generally a id
his fellow-Jews specifically. Ha
was proud of the service he ru.i
rendered to his country and tha
State of Israel. Eddie was a won-
derful father, a devoted husband
and a dedicated Democrat art
above all. a most devoted friend
to Harry S. Truman.
Eddie was a credit to his CO >
try, to his people and to hi-
ly. May he forever find p<',
and may the memory of him H
long in the annals of the hi-
of our people.
'
UN Unit Prexy
Honored Here
Mrs. Norwood Phelps. of Ja
sonville. was to be honored at i
reception Thursday evening at '
Temple Israel Community bids
Mrs. Phelps is Florida preside -
of the American Assn. for the Uni-
ted Nations.
She will offer a first-hand repo I
on her recent visits to Africa and
the Congo.
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*'JcnM rkwKttcin
Pag* 9-A
5 on Trial for Bombing Algeria Jews
PARIS(JTA)Five European Algerians, all Frenchmen, all be-
lieved to be members of the OAS, the secret French Army organiza-
tion opposed to Algerian independence, went on trial here for the
bombing of shops owned by Jews in Oran, Algeria, last summer.
The men faced a special military
court convened here. Arrested last
August, the prosecution now de-
mands heavy prison terms for the
men. During the bombings, one
Jewish businessman, M. Levy, was
injured while his store was wreck-
hibition against "desertion" de-
creed by the OAS, the Constantine
Jews were reported to be seeking
temporary refuge in Oran and Al-
giers which have big enough Euro>
od. The defendants are accused of Pean populations better able, the
Lee :
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"indlin (right), executive editor of The Jewish Floridian.
es the Esther and Louis LaMed Award in the field of
.-. journalism al a function in his honor last week at the
nebleau hotel. Making the presentation is Dr. Judah
ro, secretary of the National Foundation for Jewish Cul-
jponsor of the national awcrd. Mindlin was cited for
rntribution to the American Jewish cultural scene through
::ges of The Jewish Floridian. Some 300 persons attended
rent.
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having used plastic bombsthe
usual OAS terroristic weapons
against Jews who had contributed
funds to the FLN, the Moslem in-
dependence movement.
In Mexico City. Dr. Nahum Gold-
man told a press conference this
week that the status of the 150,000
Jews in Algeria has been guaran-
teed. He said he had been given
assurance that the Algerian Jews
will be able to choose recognition
as French nationals or as Algerian
citizens.
Meanwhile, anticipating new
even increased violence to fol-
low the announcement of agree-
ment between France and the
Algerian rebel leaders, Jews in
Constantine, Algeria, are leaving
the city in large numbers now,
it was reported here from Al-
giers.
No more than 5.000 Jews are be-
lieved left in Constantine. Unable
to quit Algeria because of the pro-
Miami Temples
Send Delegates
Five synagogues in the Miami
area are expected to send delega-
tions to the Southeast regional con-
vention of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
to be held in New Orleans on Mar.
30 to Apr. 1.
The Miami synagogues to be rep-,
resented at the three day meeting
are Beth El, Beth Israel, Beth Ja-1
cob, Beth Tfilah, and Kneseth Is- j
rael.
Representatives of synagogues
in other Florida cities, as well
as delegations from Alabama,
Georgia, Mississippi, North and
South Carolina, Tennessee, and |
Louisiana, will participate in the j
regional conclave of the UOJCA, I
the national organixation which
serves 3,100 Jewish congrega-
tions throughout the U.S. and
Canada. __
Among the national Jewish lead-
ers who will address the conven-
tion are Moses I. Feuerstein, pres-
ident of the Orthodox Union; Dr.
Joseph Kaminetsky, director of
Torah Umesorah, national society
for Hebrew Day Schools; Reuben
E. Gross, attorney and author; Dr.
Samson It. Weiss, executive vice
president of the Orthodox Union;
and Saul Bernstein. UOJCA admin-
istrator and editor of Jewish Life.
The delegates will deal with
various aspects of synagogue and
communal affairs at the conven-
tion sessions, which will also in-
clude Sabbath services, a Friday
evening symposium, a public as-
sembly on Saturday evening. Mar.
31, workshop meetings, and a ban-
quet session on Sunday evening,
Apr. 1.
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tcrcommunal strife.
The disappointment of Algerian
Jews over the mounting violence
accompanying the move toward t
cease-fire was reported typical of
all non-Moslems in Algeria. Bota
Arabs and Europeans were actively
preparing for the cease-fire an
nouncement. Many European*
were busy surrounding their homes
with barbed wire and shopkeeper*
put up specially reinforced steel
curtains to protect their store win-,
dows.
Jan Peerce Will
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Jan Peerce will again conduct
the Passover Seders this year at
the Carillon hotel.
Last year's audience gave Peerce
a standing ovation at the conclu-
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The first Seder night, Apr. 18. is
open to the public. The Carillon
hotel Seder office will accept res-)
ovations by mail. The second
right is reserved for guests of the
hotel.
The Carillon will cater the Seder
banquet according to dietary laws.
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Friday, March 23, 1962
JWV
Urges Nation
Steering committee made up of doctors on the
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital medical staff
meets to discuss advance plans for the hos-
pital's "President's Dinner" on Apr. 28. Abra-
ham Ribicoff, Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare, will be guest speaker. Left to
United Synagogue Southeast Region
Plans Two-Day Conference in Late April
rabbinic-lay relationships. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. of Tempi? Emanu-
El. and president of the Rabbin-
ical Assembly's Southeast region,
and Rabbi Harry H. Epstein, of
' Ahavath Achim Congregation in
Atlanta. Ga.. will take major roles
i in the conference, which is ex-
Ipected to attract delegates from
ifive states in the Southeast area.
rioht are Dr. Maurice Rich, Dr. Edward Cut-
ler, Dr. Reuben Rochkind, Dr. Barnard Yesner,
Harold Dunsky, development director, Mai tin
Harrison, Dr. Nathaniel Levin, Dr. Morton Hal-
pern, and Dr. Benjamin Oren.
Annual soring conference of the
United Synagogue of America.
Southeast region, will be held on
Apr. 29 and 30 at the Carillon ho-
tel, according to an announcement
made by regional president. Judge
Irving Cypen. of Temple Emanu-
El. *
The conference, which provides
an opportunity for the lay leaders
and professional staffs of the 45
affiliated congregations in the re-
gion to meet to discuss problems
of mutual interest and to plan for
the coming yi'ar- wi" nave as its
theme. "And I Will Give Them
One Heart and I Will Put a New-
Spirit Within You The Jew and
His Synagogue.'- Theme is from
Ezekiel. ch. 11. verse 19.
The program will direct itself
to formulating a viable philosophy
of synagogue lifo. Major confer-
ence addresses will concern them-
selves with the essential nature of
the synagogue: its role tradition-
ally as a force for vitality in Jew-
ish life: its capacity to make a dif-
ference in each Jew's life: and its
potential for the future as an in-
strument to make knowledgeable,
practicing Jews with a love for
Judaism and its way cf life of the
uncommitted, the untutored, and
the uninterested.
There will be practical seminars
on synagogue financing, elemen-
tary school education. Youth activ-
ities, adult Jewish education, and
Officers and members of the
executive council of the region
who will take a major role in the
conference proceedings are:
Judge Irving Cypen. president.
Miami Beach: Morris Davis, vice
president. Nashville; Karl Fried-
man, vice president. Birmingham:
Seymour Mann, vice president.
! Hollywood: Hyman Meltz. vice
president. Atlanta: Dr. Harold Riv-'
i kind, vice president. St. Peters-
burg; Louis Safer, vice president.
Jacksonville; Jerry Sussman. vice
president. Miami Beach; Manuel
1 Solomon, secretary. Hollywood:
Maurice Shapiro, treasurer. Colum-
bus; and Lewis Sternshein. finan-
cial secretary. Miami.
Also Sol Singer. Columbus: Her-
bert Kohn. Columbus; Philip Sel-
jber. Jacksonville; Joseph Cuba, At-
lanta; and Rabbi Morris Chapman.
St. Petersburg.
Reservations for the convention
are now being accepted by Rabbi
Allen Rutchick. director. Southeast
: region. United Synagogue of Amer-
jica. 1075 95th st.. Bay Harbor Is-
land.
Adult Education Series
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will give
the final lecture in the current se-
ries of adult education at Temple
Judea on Tuesday from 8 to 9:30
p.m. A question and answer pe-
riod will follow.
A new series will begin in April.
Spaet Opens
Miami Quarters
Harold B. Spaet. county commis-
sioner and candidate for Circuit
Judge in Group 1, has announced
the opening of his central head-
quarters in the Civic "Bldg., oppo-
site the courthouse in downtown
Mimai.
The former Miami Beach Vice
Mayor. Councilman, and Judge of
the Municipal Court, who has been
a practicing attorney for 32 years,
said that a Miami Beach headquar-
ters would open shortly at 1212
Washington ave.
Spaet also announced the ap-
pointment of E. C. Fogg III, Surf-
side dairy executive, as his cam-
paign treasurer. Fogg served in a
similar capacity in Spaet's success-
ful County Commission campaign.
A resident of Dade county for 28
years during which time he has
been active in legal and govern-
mental affairs, the 54-year-old
Spaet is a former president of the
Dade County League of Municipal-
ities and, on a state level, served
as president of the Florida League
of Municipalities and as vice presi-
dent of the Florida State Elks
Assn.
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NEW YORKNational Comman-
1 ..... ,, -i then these nations, militanlv and
ki of the Jewish War Veterans.:
< w -v.ir-1 economically. The record achieved
1 Theodore Brooks of New TTorK.
intuuuii bv (hp foro,gn all] program, in our
ibis week warned that "some ai- i
,"u> wl l"'edlv uatriotic groups will play
I ..mi, pai.iwi o r supports tlllS position.
the Communist game by opposing:
., ___.--i- f ,h "The need today lor this aid,'
the foreign aid requests ot tne
1,rooks wrote. ""aj;ain military and
President. .
economic, is certainly no less than
| in a letter to Dr. lhomas r I ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^
Morgan, chairman ot the House ^ .g ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ _
Foreign Affairs Committee. CimW. (|ay bec;UIS0 ,,, t;,e very gucce,
Brooks pointed out that "the ar ,|s program.
guments advanced by some of the ,.lf w., ,e| g(> (here can be M
self-labeled anti-Communists fit lque.tl0n ,;,, the communists will
within the framework of Sovieli^ cver in many areas u ,.
logic in stressing the alleged tjfor thest. reasons that our conven-
tility of making freedom work. tions in tne past have supported
the requests for foreign aid made
by Republican and Democratic ad-
ministrations alike.''
"There is a strange similarity
in their opposition to the United
Nations and to foreign aid. I
submit that the spectacle of such
groups, extreme right and ex-
treme left, havin/j such a com-
mon objective cannot in the end,
if their myepie opposition he*
any success, fail but to have
disastrous consequences on our
own people and our own govern-
ment."
Commander Brooks wrote the
Congressman that "for many
years, beginning with the time of
"the concept of the Marshall Plan, ted States should say "No." This is
the Jewish War Veterans of the one of those times. Israel has a
USA have consistently supported gnat deal to gain and to contribute
the foreign aid program of the in an agreement with the Common
United States. Delegates to our | Market Nasser apparently has
conventions have taken this posi- nothing to contribute in the Middle
tion because of their convictions East except haired, ill will and tur-
that it is the dutv of the free world moil. He seeks to gain nothing ex-
to help the underdeveloped and : cept the destruction of the neigh,
weaker nations. That help lies in boring State of Israel."__________
Ban Aid Unless
Nasser Will Talk,
Says Sen. Keating
Continued from P?.ie 1-A
I ence U S. foreign policy. Keating
declared:
"There are times when the Uni-
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*Je**isti ftcridUajn
Page 11-A
Fla. Reserves Bible-Reading Decision
Officers of the Religious Zionists of Greater Miami posp al
their annual dinner recently in the Coronet hotel. Seated
(left to right) are Rev. Solomon Cooper, Rev. Joseph Krantz,
E!i Getchman. Standinn are Jack Ciment, Sol Raskin, and
I. B. Kramer.
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By Special Report
TALLAHASSEE Florida's Su-
preme Court has reserved decision
here on arguments over the con-
stitutionality of Bible -r e a d i n .
Christmas celebrations and other
religious practices in the public
chords. The case is expected to
be decided ultimately in ttie U.S.
Supreme Court.
Al issue in the case are a series
tcti<. s in the public SC
'.' Da le c >unty, which attorneys
tor thi i Fewish CtSngress
and tl Civil tflj
as "divis
ive, harmful ;> ive of relig-
; eedom."
The two or.jar'iitions are rep-
re-" ntinj Five Miami parents
hroucht suit in Dade County
C cuil Court in '960 to require
loe i school authorities to discon-
tinue the roigiout practices.
I i Prcffer oi N( w York, gen-
' of the American Jew-
Coi ess irg .. I the parents'
-( before the Florida Supreme
here Tuesdi y oi last week,
He was i pposed by attorneys for
Dade County Hoard of Public
instruction and a group of "inter-
supporting the school
board.
In his decision handed down Ins!
April. Circuit Judge .1. Fritz Gor-
Kosher Zion Set
Fcr Passover
By Special Report
CHICAGOKosher Zion Sausage
Company of Chicago, one of Amer-
ica's largest manufacturers of 100
percent beef delicatessen products.
his week announced that over M
varieties of Kosher Zion products
will be available in the nation's
food stores for purchase on Pass-
over.
Among Kosher Zion's top line
will be their contribution of
is i i for such p r< nil al Pi --
ver w i as hoi pastrami and
rned and i
with p itati pane ikes, matzo mi al
pancakes, livei e on matzo
tors d"( 'tiled s<
rs and
v. r Pi ssovi tches, snacks
ind la; at
. same Koshi r Zion p
made fami hi -. r< cipt -
! i -:." ffi< rm de-
clared here.
Kosher Zion products are mad;
under the supervision of Rabbi
| Sholom Gedalia Kolpas, and will
be made Kosher for Passover in
modern, stainless steel U.S. Gov
eminent inspected kitchens
Ko 'in r Zion's parei com]
was established in 1860, when the
origins s of I firm start-
ed processing kosher meat.-.
don upheld Bible-reading and the
'recitation of the Lord's Prayer
in public schools. The five parents
three Jewish, one Unitarian and
.one agnosticappealed this part of
the decision.
The lower court decision also
prohibited sectarian holiday ob-
servances in public schools, such
as tho.-e depicting the .Nativity and
p.. ..,.. _......_.... .__..._...,.
Crucifixion of Jesus; barred the
showing of religious movies in pub-
; lie schools, and banned the use of
school facilities for after-school
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The Dade county school board
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before the Florida Supreme Co
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Students Will
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Se : high school students at
Tern] El will delve into
the s ci 'i bv sin' Cn
ban situation this Sunday morn-
ing.
They will have as their guest
speaker, at a breakfast in Sirkin
Hall. Luis de I.asa. public informa-
tion officer for the United Suit. -
Department of Health. Education
and Welfare's Cuban Refugee Cen-
ter in Miami.
Mr, de Lasa will discuss "The
Impact of Our Cuban Neighbors
in Greater MiamiWhat it Means
tolls."
The breakfast will be preceded
I by a young peoples' worship serv-
ice in Friedland Chapel at 10 a.m.
'^mSCA^NE BAY. AT 15th ST. / 'MIAMI B^ACH
Rabbi Wernick in Talk
The philosophy of Martin Buber
was discussed by Rabbi Henry I
Wernick, of Congregation B'nai
Sholom. last week ;it Beth Torah |
Congregation a> pan of a serii -
on "Giants of Jewish Literature"
conducted at the College of Ji
studies of the Bureau oi Jewish
Education.
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+Jewish DorMiair
Friday. March 21, 1962 I
JOSEPH M. UPTON
Cantor's Concert Scheduled
First annual Cantor's concert at
Belh Torah will be held Sunday
evening, Apr. 1. in the auditorium,
under the auspices of the cultural
committee. Program will include
; \ i ried program of cantorial. lit-
:il. Hebrew, and Yiddish se-
ditions by Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirsehenbaum. a guest soprano
and an instrumentalist.
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Edward T. Newman
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Emanu-EI Reelects
Officer Slate
Membership of Temple Emanu-
EI reerected all the men who are
now serving as officers of the con-
gregation last Saturday evening at
the Diplomat hotel.
Samuel N. Friedland will con-
tinue, as chairman of the board,
and Joseph M. Lipton continues as
president.
Honorary life presidents are
Mayer H. Frankel, Joseph M. Rose
and Harry Sirkin.
Olhers named to offices were
honorary vice president, Bernard
I. Binder. Charles Fruchtman and
Leo Robinson; vice presidents. Max
Boderman. Joseph Cohen, Judge
Irving Cypen. Samuel J. Halpcrin
i and George J. Talianoff.
Also. E m i 1 Morton, treasurer;
Samuel I.ipton. associate treasur-
er: A. J. Molasky. secretary; .lack
S. Popick, financial secretary; and
Marcus 0. Sarokin, associate fi-
nancial seen tary.
Those elected to three year
term.- as directors, joining ol
Temple leaders whose terms of of-
fice have not yet expired are M
ris Cohen, Allen Goldberg, Sol
Goldman, Gabriel Hcatter, Benja-
min Kline, Morris Lapidus, Oscar
Mamber. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Harry Mufson, Simon E. Rubin.
Irving Schatzman and Louis Spec-
t< r,
Followin;.' the election. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman paid special tribute
to the congregation's patron and
donor members.
During the evening, Gabriel
Heatter narrated a musical sketch,
written by Trixie Levin, that fea-
tured Cantor Ilir.-h Adler and the
Temple Choir under the direction
of Florence Goldring.
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Testimonial Held
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At a testimoi.ial dinner last
week given at Temple Zaniora.
in honor of Cantor Rudolf Brill,
lie was presented with his portrait
in oil. to be hung in the main hall
01 the Temple.
Lauding his 12 years of service.
tribute was paid to Cantor Brill
hj Nathan Davidow, Temple pres-
ident. Herman Douglass, vice pres-
ident. Cantor Seymour Hlnkes, Mil-
ton Gaynor, Sidney H. Palmer.
Steven Shuman, representing the
Bar Mitizvah class, and Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. president of t h e
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
Entertainment was under direc-
tion of Julius Taylor and included
songs by Jack Asantwicky, and
vocal selections by Fannie Ames,
accompanied at the piano by Dr.
Sidney Zurik.
Guests from Bangor. Me., where
Cantor Brill formerly lived, includ-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Friedman.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gass, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Shiro. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Grossman, Mr. and Mrs
Ilyman Pertes, William and Sam
Viner, Max Kaminsky, .lean Gnis-
Mrs. Mac Falik, Cantor Brill's
bury, Jean Mayer. Sophie Kirn.
Fannie Anns. Harry Haben. and
: Mac Falik Cantor !
liter, now ol '.lie Bronx. N.Y.
Chairmen of the evening were
Edwin Solomon and Julius Tavior.
Continued from Pace 1-A
firmly rejected by the Israel del-
egation here. "The Israel action
was taken in accordance with
Israel's legitimate right of self-
defense."
The Syrian complaint avoided
mention of the harrassing by the
Syrian gun positions of Israeli pa-
trol boats and fishermen on Lake
Tiberiasacts which precipitated
Israel's raid on these positions. It
charged Israel with attacks by
mortars, artillery and from air-
craft against seven Syrian villages.
The Israeli spokesman said that the
Syrian letters "gives a completely
untrue account of the clash'" and
drew attention to the fact that "the
letter is also remarkably silent
about the chain of events leading
up to this incident."
"Lake Tiberias." t h c Israeli
spokesman emphasized, "is wholly
within Israel territory. Near its
northeastern shore, the Syrians
have established fortified gun po-
sitions, from which they have re-
peatedly fired on Israel fishing
boats and police patrol vessels on
the Lakemost recently on Mar.
8. 15 and 16. When appeals and
warnings through the United Na-
tions authorities failed to stop these
Syrian violations of the Charter
jnd the Armistice .Agreement, an
Israel force destroyed cert aw Svr.
ian gun positions from which the
firing had been directed.
Palmer
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Friday, March 23. 1962
* Jew 1st norktlar
Page 13-A
FROM THE TALMUD
Baba Mcfcfe 85.
He who teaches his neighbor's
son w..'. deserve to sit in the Heav-
enly Academy.
* *
Sanhcorin, 19.
He who teaches his neighbor's
son is at if he had created him.
*
-M>liah ShTHwSnfrtrm
cJition of Dr. Greenhut.
He who learns receives but one-
fifth teuche:.
*
M Sot ah, 3:4. 1 A compromise
ha- been effected in the practice of
teaching RirU the Bible and the
laws obligatory upon them, but
arely study the Oral Law.
Rdbbf Eiiezer ben Hyrcanus Mid:
He .ho teochti his daughter
. j he taught her friv
\ ever, said: "A
ii I i ich hu daugh ter
' 1
On* fjht t /Vc/m \Df 'Be Thou a Blessing' -
Seal of Abraham Upon Us
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By RABBI MORDECAI PODET
Temple Judea
The tidal wave which broke re-
cently upon the shore of Miami
Beach brings to mind a familiar
anecdote: A Christian, a Moslem
and a Jew learn that a second
flood of waters is coming to in-
undate the earth. "I have faith;
I shall be saved," avers the first.
"If it be Kismet that I perish,
then I accept my fate." says the
second. "I will learn to live in
[water," says the third.
Superficially, it appears that
we. together with many other
Americana have learned this prin-
life too well. We seem to
! compla-
-- wa rs V
-
- the
s
e r v i c e s
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time wift-be returned as proof of
their lateness.
RAB9I MORDECAI P00T
. bcyoriH fhe storm
te and pub
. are bin he ter-
.: effect oi r way of li
if not our very lives. One day we exult in h proclaimii ', a
dramatic space flight costing 400 million dollars.
While voices are raised in horrified dismay throughout the civil-
ized world over the consequences of radiation fallout, the United States
prepares atmospheric atomic explosions in order to assure our defense
against the Soviet Union, and the latter threatens to recommence
testing to assure defense against us.
There is an old, tested, reliable formula for dealing with despair.
Our fathersoften without security, prosperity or peacehad good
reason to despair, but they possessed a counterforce that enabled them
to resist, persist, and live nobly despite all. Their secret, one arrived
at by many along different paths, was a high purpose outside and be-
yond oneself.
Those of us for whom the meaning of life is exhausted in creature
comforts and diversions are the most vulnerable to despair. Those
whose lives are dedicated to lofty, grand aims beyond themselves have
a shield against it. Is not this what our faith has been teaching for
3.000 years?
"Be thou a blessing" is the seal set upon Abraham by Scripture.
Live religiously lay your mind and energy upon the altar of high
resolve and lofty dedication above and beyond your own petty concerns.
Serve not yourself but your God, your highest vision of truth and
righteousness.
To be intelligently, sensitively human is to recognize the reality
of despair. To be nobly, religiously human, is to attain serenity amidst
the raging storms.
TRAHSLATION -
Mr. Miller Invests in Israel
Oih day my friend introduced me
to a f..iest from abroad and said:
"Please meet Mr. Miller, who trav-
els from one country to another,
and gives away his money when-
ever he only can!" The guest
laughed and said: "It is true my
name is Miller, and it is true that
I like traveling about the world,
but not in order to give my money
away, but to invest it.
"I have projects in many coun-
tries, and I decided to try investing
in Israel too. I am in touch with
the investment authority of the Is-
raeli government. Members of the
authority have told me that they
wish to see my plans. I submitted
a detailed plan to them, they ex-
amined it, and gave me their ap-
proval, and now I have permission
to construct an approved enter-
prise."
"In other words, you will be a
happy man," I said to him. "That
the future will tell," he answered
smiling.
>
Published by Brit Ivnt
By RAB3I SAMUEL J. FOX
Why are the Tefillin removed in
the midst of the service on the
firs' of the month (Rosh Cho-
desh)?
Basically, the Tefillin are not
! donned on the Sabbath or on a holi-
day. The reason for this is that the
Tefillin are considered a "sign" of
the Almighty's presence and the
Sabbath itself is a sign, as is the
iovous spirit of a major festival
The basis of taking off the Tefillin
before the additional service (Mu-
s:.f i which is appended to the daily
morning service on the first of the
month, is regarded by many to be
the fact that the prayers of sancti-
fication (Kedushah) which are re-
cited in this additional prayer car-
ry the implication of a crown (Kes-
er) which is the same meaning as
is implied by the Tefillin.
The Zohar (Midrash ha-Neelam.
Shir ha-Shirim) implies that on a
Sabbath, a Festival or on Rosh
Chodesh. the Almighty himself is
regarded as adorning himself with
adornments which are comparable
to Tefillinhence there is no need
for the Jew to put on Tefillin on
these days. The reason for which
the Tefillin on Rosh Chodesh are
not taken off until before the Mu-
saf service is the fact that with
the Musaf service the Crown of
Joy Is felt and thus the Tefillin are
not needed as a symbol of Ilis near-
ness.
*
Why does Jewish tradition require
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RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
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RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
^^iiiiiimiiiimu iiiiniMinnii^miiim
one to face eastward during
prayer?
The basic motive in facing east-
ward is that one is facing in the
direction of the Holy Temple in
Jerusalem. This is traced to the
Passage in the Bible where Solo-
mon, in speaking of the temple,
says "He shall come and pray
toward this house" (I Kings 8:42'.
It is generally felt that if all Jews
pray facing in the direction of the
Holy Temple a unity is created
among Jews who may be praying
all over the world.
Since our prayers generally In-
( volve the concept of a prayer for
1 and by the whole people of Israel,
1 this is manifested by the uniform
1 direction towards which all of 1s-
| rael faces in prayer. It is for this
reason that traditional synagogues
strive to build their edifices so
that the Holy Ark. towards which
the prayers are directed, is located
on the east side of the building.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. R.ibiii Isaac ever.
Friday S:80 p.m. Saturday *:m a.m.
Bermon: "The Ancient Rite f Purl-
tloation."
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Frtdaj 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Bryan, sun of Mr, and Mis.
s. \ mour Plvar.
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BETH EL. 500 Sw win ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
FTIda; 8:15 p.m. Saturday v :'" a.m.
Bei mon: "Ritual Cleanllm aa "

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rof.man.
5; i". p.m. Sal I in.
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BETH JACOB. 301-311 Wishington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tioor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
: Saturday >
M.i.. '
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CETH RAPHAEL. 3rd ave.
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rH tfilah. 935 Euel i ave. Or-
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BETH TORA" ""d NE
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Cantor Ben-Z.on KiraChen-
bai n.
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
, 8755 SW 16th at. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
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DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
FYIda> 8:15 p.m. Junior L'SY Sabbath.
Sermon: "Wanted: A God-Directed
Youth.-' Saturday 8:80 a.m. Bermon:
"Portion of the Week." Bar Mlta-
vah: Gary, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Noi-
iiMin (Ji.Ulstein.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander,
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 5:80 and 8:15 p.m. Quest
speaker, Harold Berirer'a topic will be:
"Judaism One Reusrlon." Saturday
- 10 a.rrj,

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Prldaj 8 and 8:15 p.m. Oneg Shabbat
hosts: Youth Group. Saturday after-
noon Bar Mltavah: Alan and Harvey,
Bon* of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Komlcks.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Frldaj p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Ber-
mon: "New Adventure of Greater
Miami."
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
r-lriaj .; ami 15 p m. Bermon:
"Children Will Lead." Installation ol
neu members. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
m: "Portion of Law "
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643B SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Priday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Passover
>*lor. On** Shabbal hosts
: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gruberg In
h >i if Bar Mltavah of grandson,
Alan Michael Elllxh, of Newburah,
\ v Saturday 10 a.m. Cantor Hy-
man Fein will conduct services.
TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reiaman.
i n:;!ii p.m. Sermon: "An A of
ii.ii i.-^." Saturda: 9 a m. Ser-
mon: "TaavIs it a Plea or a Com-
mand?" Bar Mltavah: Gary, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .-.iuler.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Priday B:80 p.m. Guest speaker, Pr.
Donald Mlchelaon, of the history de-
partment of the University of Miami,
and director of tin- Hlllel program
..... will talk mi "Will I ur Jewish
follege Students be Hi'1 Jewish Lead-
,: We Need Tomoi row '
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jatfe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. R a t: 1.1 Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Cottlieb.
Prld iv 8:18 p.m. Bermon "Sai n d
Trilogies." Saturday 10:80 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Approaching Festival of
; issoi er."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
| Prlda) 8:30 p.m. Hebrew High BchOOl
i ii. Batui d&} '.' a.m.
I TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 Chase I
GEMS OF WISDOM
The exit of evil worlds the en-
trance of virtue. PH1LO.

Do not court evil, and evil won't
come to you. --genesis rabbah.

Let US not paralyze our capacity
for %ood. by brooding on man >
Cdbactt) for evil. sarnoff.

Whatever hinders man'i ber-
m reojon and capa
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PINOZA
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Evil is oi
BA VI SHI ''
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Twenty-
Flve Theologians Hit Palse G>
Saturday I": i"> a.m. Bar Mlt> i
Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Levy,

TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 168O0 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Wernick.
Priday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Lest We
Forget." Saturday 9:30 a.m.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot,
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Judgment
at Nuremberg."

TEMPLE JUDEm. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Temple choir, direc-
ted by William Riihni. will present
a special service. Saturdaj 10:8 l a.m.
Baa Mltavah: Carol, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Levin.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram*
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern T'adi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Prldaj s l". p.m. Sermon: i
An Important Attribute." Saturday
-:r. a.m. Bar Mltavah: Anthony, son
of Mrs. Hai I letl Gel I
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12:00 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Benno M. Wallach.
Prlda) 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morris \V.
Graff, "i Tempi.- Israel, gi

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Frldaj 8:30 p.m. Ser......i: "The Sam*
Portion of the Week as Laal Year.
.ml Its Ne Meaning." Oneg Shabbat
host: Sisterhood Sal irdaj I a.m.
Sermon "The ^ sdom i>:' this Week'sj
Sedi a."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "The Sis>
nlftcance of the Red Heifer in the.
20th Century." Ones Shabbal hosl
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Rose. Saturday i
am. Bermon: "Weekly Portion."
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Friday B:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Abundant
Harvest." Oneg Bhabbat hosts: I'hl
Delta Gamma girls In honor of new
members
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "An Act of
God." Saturday V a.m. One,: Shabbat
host: Sisterhood.
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fJewisti meridian
Friday, March 23. 1962
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPL1N
The Manner of Dying Severed Their Will to Live
THE ACCIDENT. Bv Elie Wiesel. Translated from the
French by Anne Borchardt. 120 pp. New York: Hill
and Wan3, I'll Fifth Ave. $3.00.
I BEGIN TO become accustomed to the yearly appearance
of an Klie Wiesel book. Inevitably it is a slender, well-
made volume set in attractive type; inevitably, too. it is
a hook of disturbing power which I open with something
like fear, girded to leave my living room and enter the
real world. Two years ago I was rocked by Night." a
harrowing evocation of Auschwitz and the death of God
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
in a Child; lust year "Dawn" broke over me with some of
the same force, despite its incompletely realized theme.
"The Accident" (Le Jour" in its French publication)
is the best ol the three, a strong book of terrifying vision
which spills daylight into the darker rooms of the soul,
stirring up all the lust for death. Its hero is Ihe little boy
of the firs! book who saw his god go up in the smoke of
the crematoria, and the young man of the terrorist gang in
Israel who needed:desperalely to learn to hate. Now with
neither God nor hate, he wailu the streets of New York
into the images of his past, unable to love, his life an
Meaning Behind U Thant's Latest Appointment
United Nations an
FRIENDS OF ISRAEL at the United
Nations are watching carefully]
these days what goes on, on the 38th |
floormeaning the office of Acting Sec-
retary General U Thant.
Two recent appointments by Mr.
Thant are of particular interest. The
first concerns his selection of Dr. Omar I
I.outfi, formerly the United Arab Republic's permanent
representative here, to the post of Undersecretary. The
second and latest, which went into effect Mar. 15. is the
appointment Of Moscow's principal Arab expert. Eugeny
D. Kisclev. to another of the top Undersecretary posts.
In the case of Mr. Kiselev. there is no doubt that Mr.
Thant had no choice in the matter. At the time he took
otfice, he announced that, among his principal advisers.
Undersecretary Georgy P. Arkadev, would hold a ranking
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIK
A Study in Orange
H
|ISTORY, it has been said, is
the composite picture of the
selected few who. by power of mind
and personality, have dominated
and influenced human events since
the beginning of counted time.
There are those who will ques-
tion this thesis, but even an un-
trainej reader of the human record
must discern that always- in great epochs of human
change the center of the stage was occupied by a
giant who almost alone symbolized the cravings,
the turmoil and the agony of his age.
America's contribution to the gallery of the se-
lected few was Abraham Lincoln, who not only had
a date with destiny but influenced its course as no
other man in American historc
Excorr for craftiness perhaps and greater vis-
ion. Lincoln appeared indistinguishable from the
genre of men that passed lor politicians in his day
Me was shrewd, ambitious, summit-bound and oiten
the coiner of semantics that did not lit his stature.
But there win greater dimensions to the man. a
depth that was beyond the reach and comprehension
ol the puny hands that manipulated the political
framework thai was to be his instrument of opera-
tion. The master was not always his own master, and
the hand that strove to forge a new image of a tree
America, as the country was reaching out for the
promise oi the twentieth century, often wavered in
agonizing hesitation.
Yet Lincoln knew his path, by intuition, by the
prompting of heart. His heart ached and probably
broke under Ihe approaching tragedy, but there was
a greater destiny for America than making peace
with slavery.
It is a measure of Lincoln's greatness that prac-
tical America to this day has not been able to close
'its books on this historic figure, and the reason is
quite obvious Lincoln like no other man in Ameri-
can history has become a legendary figure, one
around which countless future generations Will be
weaving dreams, for he was of the stuff of which
dreams are made.
Recently there has been an outpouring of re-
markable books on Lincoln. Among the outstanding
bocks of liiei was "Conversation with Lincoln.'" com-
piled and edited by Charles M. Segal and published
by G. 1'. Putnam's Sons. Mr .Segal is weljknown
to the American Jewish community as a publicist
who served with some of the leading organizations.
It is therefore interesting that he saw fitproperly
so in this columnist's opinion not to dwell spe-
cifically on the lachrymose and overworked theme
_of Lincoln and the Jews.
In his preface. Mr. Segal tells us that his wife,
Annette, had been most helpful in his researcha
truly colossal task. This is no perfunctory tribute,
for Mrs. Segal, who passed away suddenly as the
laudatory press reviews began to pour in, was in fact
co-editor of the volume.
place. Mr. Arkadev. a Soviet citizen, submitted his resig-
nation. Obviously, his successor had to be appointed in
accordance with the Kremlin's wishes, and Mr. Kiselev
is the man. But interest centers here on the reason why
the Soviet Government placed Mr. Kiselev in this strategic
UN post.
Mr Kiselev is well known here, both in person and by
reputation. Back during 1943-45. he was Soviet Consular
General in New York. While the UN had not been born as
yet by that time, many of the old-time diplomats here re-
member the man. Those who don't know him personally,
know his record. From 1955 through 1959. Mr. Kiselev
was the Kremlin's hatchet man in Egypt. He was Am-
bassador to Cairo. He was the man who helped engineer
the move for opening the Arab Middle East to the large-
scale shipments of Russian and other Communist-origi-
nated armaments. It was he who routed to Alexandria the
vast armaments which Egypt stored in the Sinai Desert
obviously aimed at aggression against Israel. It was he
who arranged Soviet shipment of submartes to Egypt.
Later, he returned home and became head of the Soviet
Foreign Ministry's Department of the Middle East. It
was under Kiselev's management, therefore, that other
large quantities of war hardware continued flowing not
only to Egypt but also to Iraq and to Syria. Now he en-
ters the UN as one of the Secretary General's principal
advisers.
Dr. Loutfi is. on the surface, in another category. The
question had been asked earlier, when the Ix>utfi appoint-
ment was announced, why the representative of a dis-
credited, warmongering dictator like Nasser had to be
chosen as Undersecretary. That question has never been
answered. But now conies another development. When
Loutfi was appointed an Undersecretary, diplomats here
wondered what his specific assignment would be. Mr.
Thant wasn't saying. Now Mr. Thant has spoken upon
this point. Dr. Loutfi is an Undersecretary for Special
Political Affairs.
An Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs is in
a very special categorydepending entirely on the wishes
of the Secretary General. Like any government's cabi-
net minister "without portfolio." such a man can be very
important in the Administration, or he can be a zero, with
nothing to do. But there is only one other Undersecretary
with the "special political affairs" label. He is Dr. Ralph
J. Buncheobvioibly anything but a zero Nasser's man
Loutfi now shares Bundle's status and people here
wonder.
Certainly, one meaning given to these developments
concerns the possibility that the top Secretariat is now
overloaded with Middle East experts real or imagined.
Kiselev is one, from the Soviet point of view. Bunche is
another strictly from the UN point of view. Where,
then, does Loutfi fit? Does Mr. Thant really need an-
other Middle East "expert" one representing Nasser?
Time may provide some of the answers to these ques-
tions. Meanwhile, it is important to friends of Israel here
that a close watch be kept on the doings on the 38th floor.
excruciatingl) painful affront to his memories of the dead
For i; l- not their deaths but the manner of their dyin '
which has severed the will to live within him, so that the
present is simply an instrument to recall the pastto re-
member Sarah, the golden-haired Paris prostitute who at
the age of twelve was offered as a "birthday present" to
the commandant of the concentration camp, and C.olda
w hose baby cried in a bunker and who handed it to Shmuel
the chicken slaughterer.
And to remember his grandmother: "But above all I
am the one who saw his grandmother go to heaven. Like
a flame, she chased away the sun and took its place. And
this new sun which blinds instead of giving light forces
me to walk with my head down. It weighs upon the future
of man. It casts a gloom over the hearts and vision of
generations to come." Like Schwarz-Bart in "The Last
of the Just." Wiesel is haunted by the fact that the bodies
of his loved ones were buried on the wind, that they
ascended to heaven up the chimneys of Auschwitz and
became a part of every cloud, so that a grey day increasi
his suffering and a passing breeze touches his lace with
agony.
It is more than simply sensitivity, this exquisite exci>
sion of Ihe heart. You have to BUSpend modern psychology
and give ear to earlier echoes. It is to the poetry of the
inner vision thai Klie Wiesel gives his tortured obeisance-.
to the real world which runs like a stream of pain beneath
the civilised overlay in every man.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
New Lincoln Volume
?HE METROPOLITAN dailies
have been carrying stones
ibout the first commercial ship-
nents of Israeli oranges to t h e
I United States. It is reported that
[Israel looks forward to marketing
[.oine two million cases of her "Jat-
I as" here, and it is hoped through
his to help cover the deficit be-
tween Israel's exports and imports. If enough Ameri-
cans eat the Israeli oranges, they will be lull of
vitamins and help "eat up" Israel's foreign trade
deficit.
Israel's ancient export was the Torah. If Israel
received royalties on all the Bibles sold in the world,
there would be no difficulty of her balancing her
foreign trade. She started at the wrong end. She
should have exported oranges or pumpernickel
something for daily useinstead of once a week.
It's good that Israel is now exporting oranges
for still another reason. The world knows our ca-
pacity for spiritual manufacture. It concedes our
brain, but questions our brawn. The Jew, I think,
does have a special liking for the mind and spirit.
The Talmud tellls of a disputation on what is greater
action or study. Rabbi Tarphon said action is
most important, but Rabbi Akiba thought study was
most important. After such discussion, it was con-
cluded that Rabbi Akiba was rightthat study was
most importantbecause study led to right action
and so in fact comprehended action.
I have told the story beforebut a good story is
worth repeatingabout the American tourist who
visiting Israel paused to admire a beautilul orange
grove and then could not resist shaking a tree and
treating himself to one of its oranges. The deed did
not escape the eye of the owner, who called out,
"Reb Yid. the Torah commands. 'Thou Shalt not
steal.' "
What a wonderful land Israel is," exclaimed the
tourist, 'Li what other country can you eat an orange
right off the tree and at the same tune hear the
words of the Torah?"
How did they become orange growers? The
first settlers, the pioneers of Rishop and Petach
Tikvah, in the beginning knew nothing of agriculture.
Their ancestors of course had been good farmers.
Bigot Plans to Besmirch the Season of Peace
THE ATTENTION of Jewish orgamza-
tions engaged in combatting bigotry
is now centered on Apr. 20. Two most
sacred holy days in the Christian and!
Jewish religion happen to fall on that
day: Good Friday and the second day j
of Passover. But George Rockwell, the
leader of the anti-Semitic American Nazi
Party, has chosen that day to hold a
public meeting in New York's Union Square. His applica-
tion for a permit to hold that meeting is still under con-
sideration by New York City's Park Commissioner.
However, bolstered by a U.S. Supreme Court decision
affirming his right to speak, Rockwell obviously antici-
pates he will receive the permit. His right to speak in
New York is also being advocated by the American Civil
Liberties Union, even though his views are repugnant to
ihe members of this liberal organization. It is feared
that a Rockwell speech against Jews and Negroes in New
York could easily provoke disturbances in Union Square.
Major Jewish organization are also paying attention
to the activities of a new organization named Christian
Citizen, Inc. This organization, which has its headquarters
in Denver, was officially launched last month in >cv cities and now claims to have members in 17 states The
leaders of the movement are reportedly willing to ""el-
come" Jews, but only on condition that they acknowledge
Jesus as a personal Saviorin effect, only if they are con-
verted.
Another anti Semitic group that is now closely watched
by Jewish organizations is the racist National States Rights
Party. This organization, which has its headquarters in
Birmingham, Ala is mobilizing its forces at present lor
"a big job" in the 1962 elections in preparation for tne
1964 Presidential elections. Its national headquarters has
now announced a plan of activities for all of its branches,
as well as for areas where the party has members and
supporters but no active branches. These activities in-
clude picketing, boycotts and rallies.


Friday. March 23. 1962
LEGAL NOTICE
UtartUH ttarikMam
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AfOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TOM ROCKET SURPLUS PRODUCTS
at 4070 N.W. ::ttli Court, Hlaleah In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of ih.- Circuit Court of Dads
County, Florida.
T. J. ROOKBT, Hole owner
Goldman, Goldstein .. Pacsier
Attorneys for Registrant
2301 \V. FJacler Street ......
Miami 3", Florida
8/16-23-80, 4/ti
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55458-B
IN RE: Estate of
JOSBPH DANZIG
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T<> All Creditors and All Pera ma Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Von an- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which yon may have against the es-
tate of JOSBPH DANZIG deceased
late of 1 '.oil- County Florida, to the
County Judges Dade County, and
file the same in their offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within six "l-ndr months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred,
IRENE DANZIG, Executrix
145.". B.W, 13th Avenue
Miami. Florida
H. ROBERT K(II,TN(1W, Attorney
a!'!' \V. Mauler St.
Miami, Ma.
3 16-23-311, 4/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55454
IN RE: Estate of
LEE II. KENDALL
., k a LEE IIAKul.li KENDALL
p...., a
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
To Ml Creditors nnd All l'i rsnna Hav-
ng Claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
', ; an hereby notified and requir-
ed i" present any claims and .;. and
hli h you Ituj hat agnlnsl ihi es
of LEE II. KENDALL a k a
LEE HAROLD KENDALL deceased
I Dade County, Florida, to the
Judges of Dade County, and
me In theii office* in the
* lounty t 'ourthouse In I lade i
Florida, within six calendar ......iths
from the date ol tht fl hi publication
Im i. of, or the same ,\ ill be barred
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Executoi
VON ZAMFT A. KRAV1TZ
Attornej -
407 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla.
:; 16-23-30, I D
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52031-C
IN RE: Estate of
MAURICE I* KAPPLOW
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that l have
fl!>l my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
.is Administrator, C.T.A. ol the es-
tali of MAURICE L. KAPPLOW, de-
cs I: and that on the Kth day of
April. 1962. will apply to the Honor-
able County Judges of Dade County,
l'i, Ida, for approval of said Final
Report and for distribution and final
dlsi harge as Administrator, C.T A. of
the estate of the above named dece-
dent. This 13th day of March, 1962.
METER CHAIKHN
KOMMEL & RtMlKRS
Attorneys
420 Lincoln Road
Miami lleach 3!', Florida
:: 16-2.1-3", 4/6
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 13451
BABE VAI.ENTE,
Plaintiff,
MILDRED REGINA P< Wl
VALENTE,
l 'efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MILDRED IIEGIN \
POWELL \ ALENTE
P.O. Box 141, Wh
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. MILDRED REC.INA POW-
BL VALENTE, P O. Box I 11, Whlte-
yi Jacksom Hie, Floi
quired lo file your answer lo the <.....i-
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iii,. n i i 114.. in
N.E, 2nd Aveni e, Ml I Floi Ida, on
or before April 19, 1962, or < i com-
plain! .'. ill be taken as confi ssed
Dated this th day of M n rh, 1961.
I-:, n. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit --:-1. Dad Ci in y, I- lorida
(seal) By: K. M. I.V.MAN',
Peie.itv Clerk
8 16-28-80, 4/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55421-A
IN RE: Bstati i f
HARRY .1. LUFT,
Dcceasi '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate.
V- mi are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands wUch you ina) have again*!
hi date of HARRY ".! i.p'i T '
eeased late of Dade County, Florida,
in the County Judges ol Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their ofllces In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Made county. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the ti..... of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7th
day of March, A.D. 196!.
ANNA LIFT
A Administratrix
VRONOVTTS, 8ILV--K A.- SCHER
Atti rneys lor xdministratrlx
807 Alnsli y Hulldlng
Vft-1fi-?':-"n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S OOUH I
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55402-C
IN UK: Estate of
YHT'I A KAM1NSKY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CBED1TOR6
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notlfed and re-
quired to present any elalms and de-
mands which von niBV have against
the estate of TETTA KA.minsky de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Made Coun-
ty, Morida, within six calendar
months from the date of 'he ft
publication hereof, or the same will
be baired
NAT 11 W K VMINSKY
Executor
II ROBERT KOLTNOW, Attorney
:.:': Wi st l lagler Stn el
Miami. Florida
1 'O.i,: ''* .*
rmniw
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
.NIOTICfc BY PuBL.WriUn
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 22P8
CONSTANCE LAVERNE SHIVERS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLIE SHIVERS
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CHARLIE SHIVERS
You CHARLIE SHIVERS, are here-
by notified that a B1U of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve b
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaint-
iffs Attorney, 1 All. KWITNEV, 120
Line,do Road, Miami Beach, Florida.
.IK 1-5858, and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the offiee of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore- the I'th day .if April, 1882. If you
fall to do so. judgment by default will
ie taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of March A.D.
ion.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN, Clark.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. If. I.Y.MAN,
Deputy Clerk
3/9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 50343-A
IN RE: Estate of
HEN.1AMIN S1ECI.ER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate .
Vuu are hereby notified and re-
quired In present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of BENJAMIN SIEGLER
,1,cased late of Had,- County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offlci iii the County Courthouse in I
Hade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the date of the
n hi publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
CHARLES 8IEC8LER, Executor
H ROBERT KOLTNOW, Attorney
529 W, st Plagler Street
Miami, Florida
:, 8-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55459-C
IN RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM COHEN
I le eas. d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nn I All Person Ha*
ing claims or Demands Against btold
Esl ite::
you are hereb) notified and requlr- :
ed tn present any claims and ,1, -
v\ hit li you ma) ha \ a
the estate of ABRAHAM COHEN de-
ceased late of Had.- County, Florida,
to the Count) Judges of Had,- Co n-
ty. and fit-- the same in their office*
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, l lorida, within six eaten
months from the date of the first ;
publication hereof, or the same
N
the
in
,.f !
Ins
U
J<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that
undersign) d. d< sli Ing to n
ittslness undi r flcl Itlo m.....
- vl.' in D'AR r n: al 9480 Hard-
Avenue, Sui Miami l
-I. .. i eglsl- i s.,i,i name w iili
erk ol tin Clrcul Court "f
: 'OUnl '..II"
ISEPH OF LINCOLN ROAD, INC.
A Fla. Corp.
be bailed.
DAVID COLLIN
Administrator "f Estate of
Abraham Cohen
PAl'NCE, KINK' & FORMAN
By: Sanford s. Fauna
Attorneys for Administrator
150! Congi i ss Building.
Miami IS, Fla.FR 1-5471
8/16-28-80, I >*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 2C 2660
CARLOS F. QUERRA
PI lintiff.
\ s.
EMMA C. GONZALEZ GUEJIRA
fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EMMA GONZALEZ GUERR \
Ban Lataro 170, Srd plao, Apt. 10
, A:- Ulla l *l
Ii il ana, Ri p, dl "Uba.
TOP". EMM \ C Q' >NZ \I.KZ QUER-
RA, San Ls pi' Apart
io. bet ^' lls po, Ha-
bai Ri de Cuba, ri required to
j,, the eompl 'int foi
with the ti' rk of th< ah ve
Court, ind serve s sol upon
i'. Negrettl, 910-11
Congress Bldg., Ill S E. 2nd kvenue,
Miami U.S.A.. on or before
\ mplalnt will
b. infesspd
I, this 13th day of March, 1M2.
i !: in N Clerk,
,ii i. Had. inty, Florida
B> K. X' I.V.MAN
;.
.10, 4/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring t > engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SHNRIBE APARTMENTS at 700-710-
, :n l..ii.\ Avenue Miami Beach,
Florida Intend to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
ni I iadc County Florida.
NATHAN HADAT
REBECCA BADAT
JACK IV BCRRIS
Attorn*)42U l.inocln ltd.
Miami H.arh 39. F4a.
S/1K-23-30, 4 'ti
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 2C 2548
.MAN ANTONIO VAZQl'E/.
Plaintiff.
vs
ROSA VA/AM'Ey.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO HOSA VA/.yi'i'.'/
3166 Mi. Pleasant St.. N.W.
Washington B.C.
rou, ROSA VAZQUEZ, 3UM N.W,
Mt. Pleasant St.. VvaehlngtoJa, D.C.,
are required to file your answer to
the Complaint for Divorce, with the
Clerk of the above Court, and serve
. copy thereof upon oino P. Negrettl,
Attorney. '.UO-H Congress Pldg., Ml-
- :. l'"loi ida, on or heli.11 April 16,
1961, or els, complaint will- be taken
nfesst H
Pal.,I at Miami, Florida, this Uth
da) of Man i. 1963.
e. n. i.io \'I'iii:i:ma\ Cl irk,
Circuit Court, I lade Counl I-1
(seal) By: K. M. i.yman.
Deputy Clerk
li
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 2709
J. I. KISI.AK MORTOAtlE
CORPORATION ol- FLORIDA,
Plaintiff.
\s.
MIOUEL F. I>E l.EON and HELEN
O. DE LEON, his wife, .t al,
l>efendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: MIGUEL F. DE LEON and
HELEN O. .DE LEON, his wife,
and all parties claiming by
through or under Hum, If dead
or alive and if dead their un-
known heirs, devisees, legate, IS,
grantees, assignees, Honors, cred-
itors, trustees nnd all parties
having or claiming to have any
rieht. title or Interest In the
propert) herein desoribed
Residence Unknow n.
You are hereby notified that th,
above eaptloned action has been In-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Court of the Judicial circuit of Flor-
ida in nnd for Had, County to fore-
closi a mortgage upon the following
desci Ibed real property:
Lot I in Hhx-k :-< of CURTISS
PARK, according to the Plat there-
of, recorded in Plat Hook 50 at
Page 2 of the Public Records "f
i lade county. Florida,
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
ci, rk of the aft resaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN fine, nth Floor
Dade Federal Building, Miami 32,
Florida, not later than 16th day of
April. IMC, ni" a Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
Hai.d: March IS, l2.
!: p. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
cii-cnlt Cunt, Dade County, Florida
(Si Bl) R) HELEN KESSLER
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attnrne) for Plaintiff
14th Motir Dade Federal Bide.
Miami :'.:', Florida
:!. 16-23-30, I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55328-A
IN RE: Estate of
Mil.FORD CHARLES STEINHARDT
B/k a C St, inhardl.
a k'a Max Stclnhardt,
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requlr-
,,l to pies,-ni any claims and demands
which you may have against tht i
tai.- of MILFORD CHARLES STEIN
II II1HT deceased late of Dade C.nin-
t Florida, to the County Judges of
i County, and file the same In
th ii offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
i. endnr mi nths from the date of the
fi: st publica lion hereof, or the same
will be bam d.
. \ STEINHARDT,
\dmlnistratrlx
811 MEY El IIONSON
An ney f v dmlnlstratrlx
S cm ii > Ti us: Bldg
Id
. 16-23-30. I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DDE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1433
IP ANITA MARK IN l.l l W.MAN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JESSE Ji IEL LOWMAN,
I i.t,infant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO JESSE JOEL LOWMAN
R l-'l i 2, P.t >. Box 100
St. AugUStine, Florida
You, Jesse Joel Lowman, are here-
by notififd that a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed ngalnst
you. ami you an- required to serve s
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
tin Hill of Complaint on the Plalnl
Iff h attornej. CJeoi s A. I I'Brli n 223
Aragon Avenue. Corn! Gables, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of tin
''ii. lit Court nn or before the 16th
day of April. I9K2 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
,ach week for fom consecutive wicks
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN
OONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of March, A.D.
1962.
i: p.. LBATHERMAN, Cli
Circuit Court, Dad,- County. Florida
(seal) By: hei.en kesslei:.
Deputy cierk
OEOROE A. O'BRIEN
223 Aragon Avenue
Coral Cables. Pll
attorney for Plaintiff

iN THE "COUNTY J 'JDGE'S COU RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 50701 George T. Clark
IN RE: Estate of
HENRY DEWET JACOBT,
1 leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'o ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
i '.im. or l n nd Igalnst Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notlfed and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of HENRY m:wi:Y JA-
COBT, deceased :.! of Pad,' County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Padi
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as pun Ided in Sectll n
Florida Statutes, In theii
the i 'ounty Courthouse in I is
ty, Florida, iibin ~i\ calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the sum win be bnrred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 28th
day of Februai y, A 11 1962
PHEHE l. JACi H'.Y
As Administratrix
BERNSTEIN ,v MILLER
B) Milton Miller
Attorney for Administratrix
mi Congress Building
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55377-B
IN RE: Eatati of
IDA FBLDMAN,
1 leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Isja claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
nulled to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have ami lust
the estate of IDA FBLDMAN, fe-
i eased late Of Dade County. Florida,
in th, Gaunt) Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In dupllce
as provided In Section 738.16, I
I Statutes, In their offices in the Coun
ty Courthouse in pad,- County, Flor
:da. within six ci ndar months from
the time of the flrsl publication here-
: .if. or tin II be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 27th
lav of Febr lars'i A D 1962
JACOB FELDMAN
A Execul
Mi IRRIS COHEN
Attot in y for Jacol I Id nan
il.') Ailllerui Fla,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55448-B
IN RB: Estate of
WILLIAM JANDREI.L
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed in present nu\ i alms and demands
which > iu may have against the es-
tate ol ILL1 \V IANDRELL de-
ceased lati f I 'adi i 'ounty, Fli rl i,
to ih, County Judges of Dad,- Coun-
ty, and file the snme In their offices
in the Counts Courthouse in Dade
Co | I- I'll Ida, n SlX i alone ir
i fn i tin date of the first
li a in i. r l he same will
I'd
PHI 1SIN
trlx
ARTHI i. ROTH
!;; i A isley Buildii
' n Florida
:: 28-80, 4 6-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
erslgned, i......- to engagi in
1 pss under the fictitious name of
! ,v s ASSOCIATE}" at 7680 Blsoayne
It ilevard, Klami, t lorMa intend to
nglster said name with the Clerk of
Ihi ci' i nil i 'in,11 ol Dade County,
NORMAN I DAVIDSON
WILLIAM SIK.c.EL
MARTI \ FINE
Vtl rnej for Applies nts
I 88-80, 1/6-U
NOTic r.
FICTITIOUS
Nii'l'ICE IS HER
the underali d,
buslni ss under t
UNIVERSITY i'M
ING at 2841 s W
ami. Florida int-n
name with the Cli
Court of Dade C
BENJ \
THOMAS '
ARONOVITZ. sll\
a i for Vpi
.,u7 Ainslv) Building
Miani Kl
UNDER
NAME LAW
EBY OIVEN that
' : to engage ill
CtitloUS nam. -if
: iii'PR CLBAN-
27th Avenue, Mi-
ll tn register said
rk of the Circuit
inty, I'"1,'ilda.
IN PECK
BRANDTS
ER .* SCHER
:: 88-80, I (-18
NOT.CE I NDER
FICTITIOUS NAViE LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
; I .', to engagi In
business r the fictitious name of
A-A-A 12 N.W. .'"h
Si eel M i.l, Dad< C unty, Florida
i BH 1 name with
Clri ait Court of
y, n, !.,
LDOLPHE J RI iSMAN
s .. ner
: r i. sriEu :i..vi \x
________
Wesl I -in- Street .aMB
Miami .. I rl la
for Vu
3/9-W-83-30
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
' desiring to engage In
business under the fict tious name of
THE KLORE.VCE >'' '. I: r.MENTS at
:.] loth Street, Miami Beach, Fla.,
Intends lo register said name wuh
the Clei ihe C irt of D......
Count). r li
|. LORENCE QREENBERS
'I .. | ll 0|
PAUL KW1TNEY
Attorne) foi Applicant
iL'n Lin. nin Road
18-88-80, 1/6
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 23722 Acts of 1941
File A-20495
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Siegel holder of City of
Homestead Tax Sale Certificate No.
38719 Issued the 2nd day June, A.D,
1958, has filed same In my office, and
has mad. application for a tax deed
t,i be Issued tin r, nn Said Certificate!
embraces the following described
property In the county ox Dade, State
of Florida, to-wlt:
Lot ; Block l' ead'i \ddi, _'
Plat Book 6 Page 182 in Section 13,
Township "'7 Smith, Range 38 East
in tin Cli) of Homestead, County
Of Dad, State of FlOt Ida,
Tin ass.-sin, nt of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: Unknown.
Pules- Bald certificate shall be re-
di med ni ordlni to law, the prop-
, rty d- -a no. .1 ii. rein will be sold to
the highest bidder at the Court H
door mi the flrsl >i< i ly in the
month -if April, 1962, which ls the
2nd da) of April
I I 'Ins 28th day nf Febr
1962.
i LBATHERMAN,
'I.
I lade County, Floridg
is,all PER,
I ', put) '
J,J-K-16-23


t
Page 16-A
Jewist fhrktian
Friday. March 22, 1962
Only
Florida Town
Elects
Jewish Citizen
GRACEVILLE. Fla. (JTA)
Morris Rabinowitz, a popular
and the only Jewish merchant
in this community of 2,500, has
been elected mayor on his first try
for public office.
Mr. and Mrs. Rabinowitz are
the only Jews in Graceville. They
are active members of Temple
Emanuel in Dothan, Fla., the near-
est organized Jewish community.
The new mayor is proud of his
status as the only Jew in Grace-
ville, remarking that in school,
their four children are asked to
lead out of the Old Testament.
He said, "We have never asked
this, but the teachers have this
much respect for us and our T(t\\-x
gion."
Adding that his family observes
each Jewish holiday, "just as
though we were among Jewish
friends," the mayor and his non-
Jewish friends "come into our
home to admire our Chanuka deco-
rations."
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Florida Citrus Industry Worried
About Import of Jaffa Oranges
WAVERLY. Fla.(JTA)A com-
plaint against competition offered
the Florida citrus industry through
the import of Jaffa oranges grown
in Israel was voiced here this
week by W. C. Pedcrson. president
of the Waverly Growers Coopera-;
tive.
In a statement in his organiza-
tion's publication, on the arrival
| in New York last month of the
first shipment of Jaffa oranges, he
' staled that the duty on imported
: oranges was so small that foreign
shippers are "easily able to sell
them in competition with fruit pro-
duced in the United States."
The U.S.A.. he said, ha; Helped
establish tm? Israeli fruit industry
by financing and other aid "above
what It does for the Ohited States
fruit growers."
Mrs. Korenvaes to Comment
Sisterhood and Brotherhood of
Temple Judea will have 1 joint
meeting on Sunday evening n hon-
or of Inter-faith.Month. Mrs. Her-
man Korenvaes. of the Antl-Dfjfa-
mation League, and a member of
the Florida Bar. will be commen-
tator for the film, "The Chosen
People." A social hour .11 fol-
low.
Left to right are Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman, Foundation for
Jewish National Fund, and Mendel Fisher. Standing are
Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council ol
Greater Miami; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Men-
orah; and Dr. Zev Kogan, Miami Beach attorney, and active
INF leader.
Mendel Fisher Dreams His Dream of the
New City 'Me Ami' in the Sands of Israel
Shrinks Piles
Without Surgery
Stops Itch-Relieves Pain
NewYork,N.Y.(Speciai)-Forth
first time science has found a new
healing substance with the aston-
ishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids, stop rectal itch and to
relieve pain-without surgery.
) In case after case, while gently
relieving pain, actual reduction
(shrinkage) took place.
|t Most amazing of all results
were so thorough that suffercn
made astonishing statements like
/'Piles have ceased to be a
problem!"
} The secret is a new healing sub-
Stance (Bio-Dyne) discovery
of a world-famous research
Institute.
\ This substance is now arailablo
In ruppository or ointment form
i under the name Preparation H*.
! At all drug counters.
A gray-haired, balding man was
gazing out of a 14-story window
overlooking Biscayne Bay.
He was looking at Miami with
its white modern homes, and the
swaying palms in the background. ]
But Mendel Fisher was not think-
ing of our Miami. He was seeing I
a city called Miami situated thou-1
sands of miles away. He was en-
visaging a citya modern city like
Miamirising out of the hot sands
of the desert, near the hills of
Galilee in Israel.
It will be a modern city on land
now dotted with rocks and lava,
a city with roads, growing veg-
etation, and the cries of little
children walking and running
down the roads toward play-
grounds yet unbuilt.
To Mendel Fisher, retiring ex-
ecutive director of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund after 28 years of dedi-
cated service, this was not a dream
that fills one with nostalgia, and
is soon forgotten. To Fisher it was
New Farband
Branch Here
Farband, Ben-Gurion Branch,
will hold a monthly meeting on
Wednesday evening, Mar. 28, at
the Cultural Center, 842 Washing-
ton ave.
The meeting will honor the newly-
established Farband Branch of
Cuban Jews. Name of the new
unit is David Bliss Branch.
Rabbi David Bliss, formerly of
Argentina, dedicated himself to
Jewish cultural activity in Havana.
During the Hitler era, he was
among leaders involved in saving
Nazi refugees.
Cultural portion of the Mar. 28
meeting will be dedicated to the
100th
poet, Morris Rosenfeld.
a dream to be made into a reality. ;
For with him he brought a detailed |
map, filled with those hieroglyph- i
ics which only engineers under- j
sland, showing that here a school
will be built, here a waterworks, I
here a number of modest homes, I
here a road.
The map is the first part of a I
dream initially envisaged by Zev
Kogan, an ardent member of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami. When discussed j
with the national leaders of the |
Fund, it was enthusiastically adop-1
ted, and Fisher wen tto Israel to I
get the consent of tiie government,
and at the same time to look over
the site personally.
Now Mendel Fisher has return-
ed. Flying in from Israel, with a
painful leg injury sustained while
boarding a plane, he sat in his suite ,
talking about the new city. With;
his lea propped up on a chair, he
was holding conferences regarding
the future of the new city of "Me
Ami"which in Hebrew means "of
my people."
"I have been a resident of 'Me
Ami' ever sine* the Government
of Israel chose the site," said
Fisher. "I know practically
where every stone, where every
tree will be planted. It will take
$5,000,000 to initiate our project.
We have some money now, and
we will begin building almost at
once. It will be a great tribute
to the people of Greater Miami, '
who have so generously support-
ed the Jewish National Fund in |
the past."
The new city will also be of great
strategic importance, said Fisher.
It will be on the border of Israel
and Syria, to symbolize Israel's ef-
forts toward peace in the Mid-East.
The city will have its own schools,
utilities, parks, and playgrounds,
surrounded by farms and other ag
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jective will be to settle 1.000 fami-
lies in an area of 7,200 dunams of
land on approximately 1,800 acres.
Mendel Fisher talked for hours,
discussing many phases of the new
city. Will it have a mayor? Or a
city manager like we have here?
Will there be factories? Smoke?
Buses? Far into the dusk Mendel
Fisher sat talking, still dreaming
of the new city in Israelthe new
"Me Ami."
That he had arrived here as guest
of honor at a function in tribute to
him Wednesday, given by the JNF
Council at the Fontainebleau, hard-
ly distracted him from the city
a city soon to be a new site on the
map that is emerging Israel.
Judge Turner Slated
Pi Lambda Phi A:umni Assn. was
to have a dinner meeting this
Thursday, 7 p.m., at the Sorrento
restaurant. Judge Jack Turner
was to speak on "The Functions
and Operations of the Metro Court
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A beautiful cocktail party and dinner at the Diplomat Country
Club >" Saturday night given by Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Jacobs in
honor of son, Kenneth, who had observed his Bar Mitzvah that morn-
Among the 160 friends and relatives were over 20 teen-
agers, classmates from Nautilus Junior High Two orchestras
alternated with music for the twist, as well as the more conventional
dances, and young and not-so-young barely left the floor. The
celebranVC mother lovely in white peau de soie, full-skirted gown
encrusted w'th bugle beads from the ring neckline to below the
hjn Kenneth"s five-year-old sister, blond Susan, adorable in
pink and white three-tiered eyelet ensemble with matching jacket
Down from New York, Samuel Moskowitz, great-grandfather,
Arlene and Jerry Pitofsky, the Bernard Goldfusses, and Mrs. Delia
Kaufman, great aunt All the way from Los Angeles, Mr. and
Mrs George Breslau, another great aunt, and from Providence,
i; i Mr. and Mrs. Saul Spitz Local contingent included still
let great-aunt, attractive Mrs Martha Schwartz, the Irving
Cowans, Dr. Irving Lehrman, who had officiated at the morning
cerem> ny, and wife Belle, the Robert Turchins. William Schonbruns
ami Dr. and Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz .
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Si my Miller, straight A student at Nautilus Junior High, has
been accepted at Phillip's Academy, at Andover in Boston, and will
enter in September Plans to be a nuclear engineer, a degree
not yet formulated in academic circles, even at Andover which trains
die "world changers'* Parents, torn between pride and reluc-
t.imt to see their son leave so soon, are David and Phyllis Miller,
ol La Gorce dr. .
Box and Cox arrangement at the home of Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld
Gerson in Coral Gables involved niece Norma and husband Alan
\ ifziei and sister and brother-in-law, Jane and Mike Kanter .
The f< rmer had just returned to Clifton, N. J.. after several weeks
here, when the latter arrived from PassaiC, also N. J. For the
first time in many a year, Janet's visit coincided with her birthday,
and the family dinner at the Play Boy Club also included her brother
and sister-in-law, Abe and Beryl Schonfeld, of Miami Beach .
Ethel is hoping to drive north with the Kanters when they leave,
making a stop in Washington, DC, to visit with son Gordon, and
his bride, Evelyn .
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litre from Los Angeles Dorothy (Mrs. Adolph) Stein house guest
of sister Mrs. Selma Fried Made the trip by way of New Or-
leans for the Mardi Gras and hopes to persuade Selma to join her
im a quick visit to New York and Chicago on the way back .
Localitea who also enjoyed the excitement of Mardi Gras week,
Dolores (Mrs. Irvin) Shapiro and Civie (Mrs. Earl) Pertnoy, who
were guests in New Orleans of former Miamians, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Feltman .
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Belore returning to.their home in Bat Yam, Israel, after spend-
ing everal months here. Mathilda and Abram Fox will spend a
little more time in the U. S. Visits to Cincinnati. O., Pittsburgh,
Pa and Palisades, N. J., with children, grandchildren and great-
grandchildren will precede their departure from New York on May
t" on the SS Atlantic Plan to return to this country and their
many friends and relatives in December .
Ott-time winter visitors, Larry and Ruth Goldstein, arrived this
week Former Gothamites, now native Floridians. with whom
they will visit are the Murray Axelrods. the Howard Groves and
the Harold Lowenthals Wouldn't surprise their intimates even
a little bit if the Goldsteins spent their time finding a permanent
abode in this land of sunshine Son Bobby just waiting for 'the
I to transfer his studies to the low school at the University of
Miami.
-
It is almost certain '.hat no feminine visitor to La Belle Paree
has ever left without perfume, gloves or handbag, perhaps all three.
from Freddy's at 10 Rue Auber. Now Mr. and Mrs. Freddy
Markowits, owners of the exquisite shoppe, are here for their first
visit, Staying at the Carillon Dinner party given in their honor
I is) week by long time friends, Bea and Sam Hirsch, of 3325 Pine-
iree dr. What will Mrs. Markowitz take back with her from
the U.S.? .
Wonder what would happen if those learning to do the twist at
the Sunday afternoon sessions were the budding artists taking
classes in oil painting on Friday afternoons at the Westbrooke
Country Club, and thev planned doing them simultaneously at the
Mar. 31 Saturday night dance??? Studying with art expert
Valiente are Mrs. Wallace (Pearl) Lazarus. Mrs. Harold (Lois)
PomerantZ, Mrs Sheldon (Evelyn' Kay, Mrs. Paul (Sylvia) Low.
and Mrs. Ron (Geri) Levitt .
Beautiful luncheon g'ven by Mrs. Jennie Grossinger at her
waterfront home on Pine'ree dr. for 65 Mizrachi Women Charm-
ing compliment paid her by Mrs. Mildred Small, who became a lite
member when Jennie became a Mother in Israel Looking on
with approval, Mrs. Isaac Teitch, president, and Mrs. Morris Bien-
enfield. chairman.
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No one can deny that Andrew and Lynn Novak have a valid
reason for believing numbers possess a certain magic quality .
Their children Michael 8. Keith 7, and Donna Lynn 5. all celebrate
their birthdays on Mar. 19 Only disappointment for Mrs. No.
vak, a Godmother in the Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary, is that the
"Harvet-for-Health" luncheon which she'll hostess in her home,
7340 Mindello ave.. on Tuesday, falls on the 26th .. However, she
consoles herself with the recollection that the hospital opened on
the 19th of November, so the charm can be expected to continue its
good work.
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At the Morton Towers last week, a surprise gomg-away lunch-
eon m the dining room there for Mrs. Fannie Abrahams, winter
resident Hostess to the 20 guests was Mrs. Lester Netter .
Fannie, who spends part of every year in Manhattan at the Pare
Vendome, is a hat designer .
A welcome to spring luncheon given recently at the Lambs Club
by Rhona (Mrs. Marvin) Guberman and Kev (Mrs. Morgan) Levy.
- Availing themselves of the opportunity to wear the new luscious
linens, silks and cottons were Mrs. Robert Miller. Mrs. Henry Lu-
bow, Mrs. Sidney Sachs, Mrs. Lee Pohner, Mrs. Perry Altfield. Mrs.
Rona'd Reichner. Mrs. Ralph Leidner, Mrs. William U Baros, jr..
and Mrs. Donald Kohner .
Faye Tupler, current events reporter, has moved her pencils,
typewriter and furniture to a co-op at the Terrace Towers.
"cJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 23, 1962
Section B
New members of the Society of the Book, He-
brew University of Jerusalem honor organiza-
tion, include (left to right) Mesdames Frances
Entine, Fannie Goldberg, Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, Jennie Grossinger, Abram Fox, Gertrude
Hamerschlag, Jack S. Popick, Sigmund Fogler.
Samuel Simonhoff, and Charles Charcowsky.
Members not pictured are Mesdames Louis
Glassor, Shepard Broad, Jack Burris and Carl
Weinkle. The women, all members of the
Greater Miami Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew University, have
contributed a minimum of $1,000 to the Uni-
versity and Jewish National Library. Mrs.
Hamerschlag is chairman of the Women of
the Book committee for the local group, which
met last week at the home of Mrs. Grossinger.
Home Auxiliary
Meets Tuesday
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will hold its monthly meeting lues-
day noon in the Algiers hotel.
Dr. Celia Wohl will give the
opening prayer and Mrs. Lawrence
Silverman, president, will conduce
a short business meeting.
Highlight of the meeting will be
a report on the donor book project
by Mrs. Sol Silverman, chairman.
Proceeds go toward the mainte-
nance of the Home.
The donor journal is now being
prepared under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Max Yokell.
Refreshments will be served.
Pioneer Women at a membership coffee, toasting new mem-
bers who were presented with pins and Israeli champagne,
are (left to right) Mesdames Moses Meyer, Milton Green,
president of Council, and Leo Goldman.
Pioneer Women Plan Events
Pioneer Women, Golda Meir Club,
is having a victory meeting Tues-
day afternoon, 1 p.m.. at Beth El
Congregation, to celebrate the sue
cessful annual donor luncheon held
recently at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel.
Purim program will be offered,
followed by a social heur.
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin is president.

Pioneer Women Club 2 will honor
Mrs. Ida Gilman for "her many
years of devoted service to the
children's institutions in Israel" at
a dinner. Event will be held Sun-
day, 6 p.m.. in the Royal Hungar-
ian restaurant.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Invocation will be given
by Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. presi-
dent, and a group of folk songs will
be presented by Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Horowitz.
Chairman of the dinner Is Jacob
Liftman.
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
Regular meeting of Tifereth Is-
rael Sisterhood will be held on
Monday evening in the social hall.
Slate for new officers will be pre-
sented. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
will also hold a card party in the
social hall on Wednesday evening.
Book Review
On Agenda Here
A review of Louis Nizer's "My
Life in Court" and election of di-
rectors are on the agenda of Ce-
dars of Lebanon Auxiliary's gen-
eral meeting Tuesday. 10 a.m., at
Jordan Marsh auditorium.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will give a
dramatization of portions of the
best-selling book which describes
the attorney's experiences while
he was representing Hollywood's
movie stars. >
Candidates to the Auxiliary's
board of directors include Mes-
dames Joseph Barshan, James
Lewy, Frank Perlman, Jerry Weiss
and Gertrude Dunner.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Auxiliary-
president, will report on the new
"escort service" program designed
to make patients as comfortable as
possible on entering the hospital.
Advance plans for the president's
dinner to be held Sunday, Apr. 28.
at the Deauville hotel will be dis-
cussed. Honored guests will be
Secretary Abraham A. Ribicoff
and Mrs. Ribicoff, and Auxiliary-
members will be hostesses. jA


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Friday. March 23, 1962
IF ,r
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
G.
Bellin
Cedars of Lebanon Godmothers and Life Guardians active in
"Harvest for Health" fund-raising cofiees are aeen at a re-
cent luncheon discussing plans to help complete the upper
three floors of the hospital. Left to right clockwise: are Mrs.
W. J. Zimmern, Mrs. Joseph Sonnebcrr. Mrs Trances FTirsch-
berg, Mrs. B. S. Kallen. Mm. 3ovd KJ7 Mrs. Loais MichCTeis,
and Mrs. Arthur Lindau.
National Women's League President Will
Be Guest Speaker at April Convention
Mrs, II Herb
I'lent of the National Women's
League of the United Synagogue or
America, will be guest speaker and
consultant to the Florida Branch
conference on Apr 3 to 5 at the
Deauville hotel. Thirty affiliated
Sisterhoods throughout Florida will
be represented
Theme of the conference will be:
"Preserve Jewish Values Our
Priceless Heritage" Workshops
will include Membership." "Ways
and Means." "Social Actions." and
"Youth Activities in the Home.
Synagogue and the Community "
Mrs. Harry Levitt, president of
Florida Branch, will give the wel-
coming address. Mrs. Harotf
Kheinhard is conference chairman,
and Mrs. Martin W. Smith and Mrs
William Dickson. vice chairmen.
President of the National u
en's League of the United Syna-
gogue of America. Mrs. Rossmar.
leads close to 2oo.ooo member* at
Sisterhoods in the United States.
Canada. Puerto Rico and Mexico.
Recently she took a 14.000-miie
tour of this continent, followed By
I visit to the Scandinavian coun-
tries. Belgium. England and Sco'-
land. She visited Arctic areas, and
*er stay in Alaska resulted in the
#ift by National Women's League
of ritual objects, salvaged from
Nazi loot, for use by the Jewish
personnel at the Elmendort Air
Base there.
Mrs. Rossman attended the 1%'i
White House Conference an Chil-
dren and Youth, and the 1961 Paris
conference of the World Council
of Synagogues, where she was the
only woman speaker. She will soon
participate in the World Council
convention in Jerusalem.
Mrs. Rossman has served as as-
sociate chairman of the natnnal
planning committee of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
member of the board of d:
of the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York, and past presi-
dent of the Women's Division She
lias also participated in the New
York Federation of Jewish P
thropies. Bonds for Israel, and the
Academy Women
Plan Program
General meeting of Hebrew
Academy Women will be held Jn
Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.. at the
Waldman hotel.
After a short business meeting,
conducted by Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
.president, a musical program will
toe presented by Cantor Samuel
Gombcrg and Joseph Schreibman,
both of Temple Ner Tamid.
Program chairmen are Mrs. Na-
than E. Spiegelman and Mrs.
Emanuel Karger.
Hostesses for the meeting are
Mesdames Rose Kesser. Frieda L
Koch. Al Osheroff, Bertha Schatz
and II Garber.
yt of Mei:
V -rried to a Brooklyn physician.
:up!e tam j who is a
doctor, i daughter who is married
o a doctor, and four grandchildren.
Over M delegate? are expected
nd the convention Reserva-
tions can be made through ail local
affiliated Sisterhoods.
Dried peas and beans are con-
s.dered staples of our diet, since
n.illions are sold each year. They
are delicious, nourishing, and
amazingly low in price. However,
in spite of the fact that the markets
feature over a dozen different
kinds, in colors as diverse as those
of the rainbow, most people use
only a few varieties, and always
prepare them in the same familiar
ways.
The first is Falafel. sometimes"
called the hamburger or hot dog
oi Israel, because it is purchased
H a snack such as our hamburger
or frankfurters. Actually. Falafel
is an Arabian dish, and is made in
various ways, sometimes of broad
beans, and sometimes of cooked or
raw soaked chick peas Chick peas
are familiar to Jewish cooks, who
serve them as holiday fare under
the name of Nahit But to return
:o the Falafel. As a snack, a few
of them are slipped into the pocket
;: j piece of Hat Arabian bread
called pita, and sundry other things
such as tomatoes, radish, sauer-
kraut. hot pepper, or even a salad
may be added
For home use. we have selected
a recipe for Falafel using freshly
cooked dried chick peas, and we
serve them as an appetizer or part
of the main dish. Handle the Fala-
fel very gently, both while they
are cooking and when finished, as
they are delicately tender. The
ci-mplcted dish should have a prom-
inent flavor of garlic to be authen-
tic.
Our second recipe is tor a hearty
salad, which serves six generously.
Either canned or freshly cooked
dried red kidney beans may be
used. For a small family, hall the
salad could be made, and the re-
maining beans used as vegetables
at other meals. Another fine salad
of dried beans, which is often
served as part of a tray of varied
hors d'oeuvres. is quickly made as
follows: Combine a well drained,
one-pound can of great northern
beans with cup of minced onion
and enough Italian style dressing
to moisten. Marinate in the re-
frigerator for several hours before
serving.
Falafel (Israel)
2 cup- cooked drained dried
chick peas
about 1 clove garlic, minced
and crushed
1 egg
salt and pepper to taste
all-purpo.-e flour
oil for deep frying
l medium small onion,
minced fine
Use freshly cooked dried chick
peas. Mash thoroughly. Add the
onion, garlic, egg. salt and pepper.
The falafel should be highly sea-
soned, and the taste of garlic defi-
nite. Form the mixture into balls
about one inch in diameter, and
roll them in flour. Fry, a few at
a time, in deep, hot fat, until a rich
brown. Handle gently, and have
plenty of room in the frying pan
between each of the balls. Drain
on paper towels. Serve hot as an
appetizer, as a main dish with a
salad for lunch, or as part of a light
meat course. This recipe makes
from 20 to 22 small balls. The
may be prepared in advance, r-
frigerated or frozen, and reheate-I
in a slow oven.
Three-Bean Salad Bowl
1 10-oz. package frozen c -
green beans
1 10-oz. package frozen cut
wax beans
1 1-lb can red kidney bear.,,
drained
1 small, sweet onion
1 green pepper, diced
'4 teaspoon salt
'i cup vegetable oil
'4 teaspoon Woreestershirj
sauce
2 tablespoons sugar
1/16 teaspoon garlic powder
pepper to taste
1/3 cup white vinegar
Cook the green and wax bean^
separately until tender, drain, and
cool. Combine them with the we!.-
drained kidney beans in a mix
I, Slice the peeled or ion ver
thin, then cut each slice into quar-
ters, Add to the beans with th~
green pepper. In a ,iar combine
;,ll remaining ingredients, cover
tightly, and .-hake to mix. Pour
over the salad mixture, and toss "
coat well. Cover the bowl, and re-
frigerate for a few hours. Toss
occasionally. Drain away any ex-
cess dressing, and serve the salad
in a bowl lined with greens. This
salad mixture keeps well for about
two days. This amount serves S
generously.
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Youth Aliyoh committee for Miami Beach
cr c! Hadassah ere standing (left to
. Mrs. Joseph Gorinstein, Morton Towers;
Joseph Walkow, Emma Lazarus; Mrs.
Abraham Golub. Sbaloma; Mrs. Harry Kas-
tan, Emma Lazcrus; Mrs. Benjamin Linde and
Mrs. Rose Delierson, Stephen S. Wise. Seat-
ed (left to right) are Mrs. Nat Barih, executive
vice president, Beech chapter; Mrs. Abel
Levin, Kei.rirf.a Szoid; I ving W I
iund-ruisir.g cccc.r.ctc: chapter; Miss Li n
Goodman, president. Beach chapter; Mrs,
Mary Gerstman. Youth Aiiyah coordinator for
chapter; Mrs. Minnie Lubell Kerzl; and Mrs.
Ann Recback, Hannc Senesch.
Annual Event
Set for Menorah
Temple Menonh trill nok: its
lOih annual celebration banquet on
Sum!a. in till V.poleon
room cf the Deauville hotel.
Chaired I Irs. Al Mechlowitz.
the banqtu ; solicit-
ighting
ceremony, "The Flaming Men-
i.ruh." conducted by Rabbi M : i
Abrai; antor Edward
Klein.
Included ir, the program will be
a pre-< nti daurice R< vitz,
presidenl of Tempi Menorah, and
Irs r.i.y Morse, sis-
terhoe .. Hi blowitz
, teremon-
ies.
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Billy Bi
&ram.
Faculty Will Perform
,:i Conservatory will present
a faculty concert on Sunday, Apr.
1. 8:15 p.m.. in the Recital Hall,
2973 Coral Way. Performing on
the program will be Emil Maestro,
Da' .rn. Roy Oliver. Rose
i,. samond, Mimi Retskin, Mona
an, and Pierre Maude.
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Will
Celebrate Youth Aiiyah at Monday Fetes
Mrs. Mary Gerstman, chapter
itor for Miami Beach Ha-
. has announced Mi
."!. as the date of all roups
for Yo th Aiiyah cslebrat ons.
Lillian Goodman, : 'eakli nl
' "this Bti riing child
project since ISM has
hi over 100.000 you:
into Israel. With understanding
: r ach individual child's emo
p| \ gical and vocational
the lives (it these threaten-
ed and tearful children have been
transformed into well-adjusted con-
structive citizens.
"Throughout the globe. World
Jewish Child's Day will be cele-
brated this Sunday to highlight tiie
satisfaction of helping the plight ot
uprooted Youth Aiiyah youngsters
our own selebxatioas en
| will be a happy addition to the
event."
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Morton Towers group will have
a luncheon at the Morton Towers
dining room at 12:30.
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Hcrzl will have a tea at the
Technion Women
To Meet Here
Mrs. Herman J. Leffer!, national
president of the Women's Division
i.i ihe American Technion Society,
will be guest of honor next Thurs-
day at a tea in the home of Mrs.
David Ponve, 5915 Pineiro* dr.
Under Mrs. Leffert's leadership,
the Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Technion Society has grown to
19 chapters and over 6.000 mem-
bers throughout the United States.
Membership dues go toward pro-
viding faculty and tuition costs and
books and scientific equipment
necessary to the successful func-
tioning of Technion and its stu-
dents.
Henry L. McCarthy. Commission-
er of Welfare for the City of New
York from 1950 to 1959. now con-
sultant for the Welfare Planning
Council of Greater Miami, will be
guest speaker.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman is presi-
dent of the Greater Miami chapter.
Mrs. M. A. Baskin is vice presi-
dent, and Mrs. Nan Cohen, treas-
urer.
Election of officers will take
place at the tea.
molly picon
i of Mr?. Samuel Lirton. 6535
:: rd.
.,
Hanna Senesch will h a lunch-
em a: the Saxony hotel at 12 HOOD.
'the program features a play, "Ma-
jority of One."
*
Eirnni Lazar._s gmup will
a iuncheun at I ona hotel
at 12 noon. Program will feature
a...ike Tamil ..-
speaker will I "- t :: i Kogen.
*
Uraeti g-a-or '-- meel at the
Algiers hotel .. noon Mrs. Dor-
othy :
(aril g will tented
b> Sir.-, Uum RLakovsfcy, pre
ehuirman.
Shaioma -rorp will meet at th
Eden Roc hotel for luncheon at i
1 12 .noon. ?.:usical selections by I
k, ye Bwttieen will be part of the
progXttm for the afternoon.
*
Stphm 6. WWe group will have
a luncheon a: the Casablanca
hotel at 12 noon. Program will
include Olga Pavlova, vocalist,
and Victor Mai hese, tenor, at-
| companK-d by Aida Yaslow.
*
Henrietta Szold group will meet
I at the Algiers hotel at 12 noon.
Quest speaker will be Rabbi Jonaii
Caplan. of the Hebrew Academy.
Joseph Malek will offer a program
of musical selections, and will be
accompanied by Mrs. Olga Bibor
Stern.
B'ncti B nth
Donor Dinner
ts fifth i .'
and sh ll< hotel on
Lerman is dinner
and journal ch< Mrs Ruth
v airman. Donor
- ;. -. icar
Rosen! .
JWV Post Plans
Joint Installation
int installation of officers i r
/ Post 632, JWV. will
be held Thursday evening, M
Unified bldg.
N commander is Dan I
u ho will take offii ;
Wclvin Daum, seni a
Martin Saxon,
Nor n
; jui o ce c imman-
..... i Wander, chaplain;
ell, ...< cate; Dr. Al-
,. r c I- ergeant; In I
i ar trust <". and
Nat< a : In an, one-year trustee.
Lucille Bit derman is new
pr< sidi at of th< Kiliary. Others
Daum. seni r
vic president: (', Safra, junior
vict president; Hortense Greer.-
I.:., treasurer; Justine Abramo-
witz, chaplain; Anne Fricdma:-.,
conductress; Eunice Winer, histor-
ian: Elsie Greebel, guard; Sylvia
Rosenthal; patriotic instructrcs-:
and Joyce Leif. C< ;i Zucker, ar.d
Neoirt Wander, trustees.
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Molly Picon Tells Her Fish Favorite
By Special R*prt
NEW YORKInternationally-re-
nowned comedienne Molly Picon is
known for more than her stage
humor. She also has a way in the
kitchen.
With Passover around the corner,
Molly has taken out her recipe
book and begun to consider the
menu for the holiday. Gefillte fish
Me"-""""^...
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SWEE-TOUCK-NEE
"TW ARISTOCKA4 OF IMS)!"
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LEV'NSON'S I
4 o E. toth Lane. HJariaah,
Deborah to Hear
Young Performers
Heading the program presented
by the Deb irah group of Hadassah
at the You Miyah luncheon Mon-!
day at the F intainebleau hotel will
be Trudi Gertler, daughter of,
Judge am: Irs. Charles Gertler.
Her pn^rmance will include
two monolgues, -Actual Testimony
from the El hinann Trial," which
-h,. als and a scene from
he firs' f "Cat on a Hot Tin
Hoof," h she'll interpret the
role of Ua Trudi, a junior at
Miami Beach High, recently
brougnl "first" in humorous
and dr -Hing for a cutting
,!! in borderland" from
Oklah'
, |] be accompanied by Jay
hit dramatic de-
M Miami Bearh Hifh.
i pr,)ram will be young
ROM, son of Mr. and
student at the
Heine' y. He'll play Le-
is always a favorite at Passover
tables the world over, and here's
Molly's recommendation:
Gefillte Fish Puff
4 egg whites
4 egg yolks
4 teaspoon salt
Vs teaspoon Rokeach Pepper
V* cup Rokeach Gefillte Fish
Liquid
4 servings Rokeach Gefillte Fish,
mashed
Va cup matzo meal
1 tablespoon finely chopped
parsley
2 tablespoons Rokeach Nyafat
Using rotary beater, beat egg
whites until stiff but not dry- Set
aside. Beat egg yolks with sea-
sonings and Fish Liquid. Fold in
mashed Fish, matzo meal and chop-
ped parsley. Gently fold egg yolk
mixture into egg white. Mean
while, heat Nyafat in 9 inch skillet
for 2 minutes over medium heat.
Add egg mixture and cook 5 min-
utes or until bottom of omelette is
j'olden brown. Slip omelette in
nan under low broiler heat for 5
minutes to brown ami cook top of
omelette. Turn out on heated plat-
ter. Cut into wedge shapes to
-i rve, Serres 4.
HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
IS AN OUTSTANDING, DELICIOUS
HEALTH FOOD
MADE WITH HONEY, MILK AND RYE FLOUR
ALSO SALT FREE
NO FAT NO SUGAR NO SYRUP USED
ASK FOR
HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
AT YOUR MARKET
sncoo
25
Mrs. Barbara Twersfcy, N. Wsrnoclc
St., Philadelphia. Pa., won $25 tor
her tasty parve Vegetable Steaks.
VEGETABLE STEAKS
1 cup cooked
Wolff's Kasha.
1 can mined
egetable$
tegg, beaten
Fun Night Set Saturday
Miami eh.ipter. B*nai 15'rith Wo-
men, will have a Purim festival.
i (i m and run night Saturday
evening at Beth El Congregation.
FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE
And delight your family with the
dish you.make! All you do is submit
Sour favorite recipe tor using Wolff s
;asha...for stuffing chicken, derma
...making knishes, vatnishkas,
soups... side dishes with onions,
chopped mushrooms, peppers or any
oMier tasty use for this all-time
favorite.
YOU GET $25.00
Send your own original recipe with
a Wolfl's Kasha box top to: Phyllis
Wolff, Penn Yan, N. Y. We will pay '
$25.00 for eveiy recipe published;
but every entrant receives a FREE
Kasha Cookbook and all recipes be-
come Wolfl's property.
-raii KASHA
(wkifiilA* Brown Buckwheat Croats
1 small onion
.1 tbs. cooking ow
Vi oup mauo meal
1 tbs. salt
dash pepper
1 can diced mushrooms ^optional)
Wa?h mlied vegetables. Add beaten eggs,
Kasha and Masoning. Brown onion* an*
mushrooms slightly In oil. Mix. Then
add matzo meal and mix thoroughly.
Fora Into aix large patties add try.
KASHA
""OWN
"UCKWNSAT
*
Also enloy
Wolff's Creamy
Kernels (grits)
KasVa'N'Cfam
Kasha Soup


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Friday, March 22 1962
Mrs. Salk Chosen
Purim Queen
Mrs. Tilne Salk. of 17150 NE 4th
pi., was chosen Purim Queen by
the Abe Homwitl Auxiliary of
ifa War Veterans last W4
M re.
effort:
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New BB Chapter
Meeting Tuesday
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idem ; i i r i
Litt : id this "the
ads for
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ship is
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be held 1 il ..
Mrs Au
Goldsti.;. mi :.. x rship cl.....
man.
A new men's B'nai B'ri'.h Lodge
has also been organized at Morton
Towers.
Third annual "Angel" luncheon given by the eon. Seated Heft to right), preparing tor the
... n .- t .-___i r-____:i -j i.._'.,**.. r*re> \naaAr-mcw Hr-nrv Green. M:I-
inira annuci nngei iiuicasun yjveu uj un wu. ^-,-. ---- -- 3 -
Greater Section. National Council of luncheon, are Mesdamcs Henry Green. t>
lewisl Wome..... I place Friday nocn ten E. Cadck on Side, Mtcnael Mer-
ae Ece- :. The luncheon will honor sel, Samuel K rg, Alvin Watsc;.
me he h e Ratnei Mon I
mum cc in vice preside]
-
TV Film to be Shown
Miami Ileostomy-Colos"omy Assn.
will meet at White Temple Metho-
dist Church on Monday evening.
Apr. 2. The film, "All the Long
Night," from the original Medic
television series, will be shown.
Dr. Joseph Jana, member of the
medical advisory board, will be
speaker. In charge of information
is Mrs. Edythe Stegman.
Dar Id
Blind Youth

. hestra
-ic fur the entertainment and
tag
Funds raised will be used to pro-
vide braille writers, typewriters,
tape recorder? and other special
requirements for blind children at-
tending regular schools with sight-
ed children.
The organization's only fund-
raising project, the affair will also
assist in the summer camping pro-
gram, underwritten by the parents
of the blind, which offers the phys-
ical education not available to the
blind children in the schools.
Camp activities include swim-
ming, boating, hiking and archery.

NOW!
^KKOSHER for
PASSOVER
CHEESE!
Dress rehearsal over coffee cups finds hostess, Mrs. Andrew
Novak (center", with Mrs. Alexander Miller (left) and Mrs. Ed-
ward Gralnick (right) going over final details for c coffee to
be held at her Coial Gables home, 7340 Mindel'.o eve., ;.
Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Social is one of the popular "Hcr-
vest-for-Health" events now ieir.g held in homes of s:
leaden in all parts of Dade county in behalf of Cedars c:
. taL
Edam, Gouda, Muenster
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Passover. Made in the traditional Old Country way by
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under strict Rabbinical Supervision the year around.
And now they have received special Kosher for Passover
certification. Enjoy all three... holiday time and all
the time!
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B'nci B'rith Tour
Adds Features
hi our to
. arid Europe sponsored by
. Florida B'nai B rith V
ha; been "so instantani us '
features have
tag to Mrs. Betty
hansky, tour chairman.
For the same $995 per person,
le occupancy, the tour will be
extended to 42 days, leaving \ a
Economy Jet from New York on
July 5. Three days and nights will
be spent in London. Amsterdam
and Lucerne, four nights in Rome,
and also on a cruise via Zim Lines
! to Israel.
Thirteen days will be devoted to
Israel, with visits to Mt. Zion, Mea
Shearm, Beersheba, Ashkelon and
the Gaza Strip. Trips to Jerusalem,
Judca, Tel Aviv, mountains an3
valleys of the Galilee, Haifa, Acre,
the Negev, Eilat and kibbutzim vil-
lages and settlements throughout
the country will all be included.
The trip will also include a five-
day cruise on the Mediterranean
to Nice and four nights in Paris.
Cost of the trip includes all trans-
fers, baggage-handling, sightsee-
ing by private motorcoaches, first
class hotels, two meals daily while
in Europe and all meals while in
Israel.
Common Market
To be Discussed
World affairs committee of the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth stioiom
will conduct a forum on "The
European Comn. n 'on
lay evenh
11m. Mrs. Harvey E. Ki
rhood pr> -
Speakers will I r. Ed |,
Fox, chairman 1 Di
c! Marketm*- 1
. I
. vice pn r

ij ci will follov
Ch:. mm is
open to ... I
Dr. Wolison to Spoak
Dr. Abraham |] dis-
noia and R at 1
ol the Brotherhood of
Sinai of Hollywood o:i
laj noon, Mar. 29, Dr Wi
son is author of a study of Spinoza
and has also written "How to Live
a Hundred Years Happily.''
Menorch Ladie
Annual Donor
Temnle "
donor lui
tl 1 French n. 11 the !
u hotel 01.
blight ol
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Cedars Women
Finalize Luncheon
Mrs Jack Fur t 2300 S
,11'. will hostess a "Harves
Health" luncheon on Th'r
Apr. 5. for Cedars of Lt
Hospital.
The theme. "Harvest-for-Health.''
was adopted by the Cedars Wom-
en's Division to symbolize the com-
munity's "'cornucopia of genero.-i-
ty." and to encourage support of
the Cedars development drise.
Said Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Aux-
iliary president: "We will all even-
tually reap a harvest of health if
we invest now in this life saving
institution."
p.,...
Dzde Heights Plans Play
- sti rho I ol

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Art Show Opens Sunday
Greta Carmen's show opens at
the Huber Gallery in the Deauville
hotel on Sunday, with Ronald Mai-
exhibit being held over and
shown in the second room.
Beauty Pageant
Announced Here
; Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce announces the 1902
Miss Miami Beach Beauty Page-
1 ant to be held at the Monte Carlo
I hotel on Apr. 20.
1 The pageant is a preliminary to
the Miss America contest to be
j held later this year. The new Miss i
j Miami Beach will compete direct-1
jly in the Miss Florida Pageant.
Robert Young has been named
chairman of the pageant commit-
; tee, with Ted Cohen as executive
director, and Mel Frankel. entrants
I chairman.
j Entry is limited to tingle rirh
between the age of IR and 2R.
Entry blanks are al Miami lu-at-h
Chamber of Commerce, 17 si and
Washington ave., bi tween D a in
and 4:30 p.m. "
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be younger
looking with
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Fridav, March 23, 1962
vJewisti fhrktiaHn
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| Bond-with-lsrael Luncheon Will Serve Dorfl Sfe,n s,sferhoorf
As Tribute to Young Craft Industries
Israel Bond Women's Division leaders set the wheels in mo-
tion for the Brat women's even' of the year, a Bond-With-Isrr el
luncheon Thursday, Apr. 12, ct the Doral Country Club.
Shown (from left) are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, honorary
nnan :: he Women's Division; Mrs. Max Weitz, luncheon
co-chairman; Mrs. Ben Essen, Coral Gables Israel Bond lead-
er; and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, vice chairman of the Women's
Division. b'.:=. Jennie Grossinger (not shown) is chairman of
the luncheon, which will feature a tribute to Israel's craftsmen
and artisans. The luncheon will mark the official public
opening of the new Doral Country Club.
The Bond-With-Israel luncheon to
be held under the auspices of the
Israel Bond Women's Division will
be a truly "sparkling" event, it
was pointed out by Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger, luncheon chairman.
In a unique tribute to the women
oi Miami who have helped to de-
velop Israel's industry in its first
decade, the craft guilds of Israel
are sending gift diamonds to be
presented at the luncheon as a to-
ken of the esteem in which the
sponsors of Israel of Miami are
held.
The event will mark a dual trib-
ute on the part of Miami's women
to the craftsmen and artisai
Israel and a reciprocal tribute on
the part of Israel's craft indus-
s to the women of Miai
The Bond-With-Israel i,:ncheon
will take place on Thursday, Apr.
12, at the Doral Country Ciub. The
sion will mark the official pub-
lic opening of the Doral.
Preparations for the luncheon
were to move into high gear on
Thursday at a breakfast of the hos-
tesses committee at the home of!
Mrs. Grossinger.
Serving as co-chairman of the'
luncheon will be Mrs. Max Weitz,
former chairman of the Israel
Bonds Women's Division.
Mrs. Weitz has been active with
Israel Bonds since its inception.
, Together with her husband, she has
visited Israel many times.
Known for her tireless devotion
to Israel, Mrs Weitz has been hon-
ored .i- a "sinning example for the
community in aiding Israel's
nomic development as a leader in
the Israel Bond Women's Divi-
sion."
Vice chairmen of the luni
will inclu le Mrs* Ruth Ber
Mrs, Sam F Danels, Mrs. Ben Es-
sen, Mrs, A. C. Fine, Mrs. Si m
Kipnis drs J iseph Lipton, Mrs
Ai.na Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Jack
' S. Popick. Mrs. Maurice Revltz,
j Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Fred
Somerstcin and Mrs. Harold Thur-
man.
Dora Stein Sisterhood will hold
its regular meeting on Tuesday, 8
p.m., at the Israelite Center. Can-
tor and Mrs. Louis Cohen will of-
fer a musical program for Pass-
over.
Ner Tamid Games
Party Tuesday
i
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid
i-i having a donor card and games
party Tuesday evening in Sklar
Auditorium. Refreshments will be
served. Mrs. Charles Raab and
Mrs. Herman Levin are chairmen.
On Wednesday evening, the Sis-
terhood monthly moiling will be
held in Sklar Auditorium.
Mrs. Louis Cohen, chairman of
the nominating committee, will
and Mrs. Eu-
gene Schwarz, chairman of the
t!.i port.
Program will feature a filrr.el
travelogue taken by Mr. and Mrs,
Morris Miretzky in Israel.
Dov Chapter Fete
For Youth Aliyah
On Wednesljy noon. Dov chap-
Mizracht Women's Organiza-
Uon of America will hold a post-
Purlin luncheon at Beth El Con-
ion in honor of Youth Aliyah
and Child Restoration Month.
A special Punm program of
and festivities will be pre-
by well known Israeli Can-
lors (iershon Levin and Moshe
Griven. Traditional foods of the
. will be prepared and serv-
id by chapter m miners. Mrs. Nil
tein ihairman.
Foi Mizrachi Women of America,
V iuth Aliyah. the program of sav-
I iren in resl iring them to
fi r health w I Jewishness, has
held the place of honor.
, i hi ptei. his occasion, will
le ii '" rs in renewed
on beh it! of the new gen-
lion.
Ing on "l nations com-
are Mi. L. Tokayer, presi-
4rs, Max Newberger, Mrs.
II ick, Mi lachel Sakowitz
. Mj.. Wingrow.
Contest Set
For Children
The thinking cap is on. and
crayons and water colors are be-
ing used feverishly as the children
ol the Temple Emanu-El religious
school prepare their entries for a
poster contest which wil be con-
ducted by the PTA in advance of
its annual spring carnival.
The poster contest will be com-
pleted on Apr. 1, and the creative
youngsters are displaying their
artistic talent in advertising the
carnival set for Temple Emanu-
El's North Branch building on
Thursday, May 17.
The prize winning posters will
be on display at several Miami
Beach locations.
Denver Hospital
To Get Proceeds
Miami Beach chapter of Chil-
dren's Asthma Health Institute and
Hospital at Denver is having a don-
or dinner at the Americana hotel
on Sunday at 7:3i) p.m., to be fol-
lowed by the show, "Spice on
Ice."
Proceeds will go to the hospital,
where nine children from the
Greater Miami area are now being
treated.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Millicent Whitman. Mrs. Sidney
Ritterrnan is president.
Candidates to Appear
Democratic Party League of Mi-
ami Beach will meet in the DiLido
hotel Monday at 8 p.m. Nineteen
Democratic candidates for elec-
tion will discuss their platforms at
the meeting.
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Friday. March 23, 1962
Looking on as Mrs. Mark Cirlin, volunteer technician for Mt.
Sinai Hospital's Blood Bank, checks pressure of Officer Marty
Miller of the Miami Beach Police Force, are Samuel Racoff,
purchasing director for Mt. Sinai Hospital, Dr. Mark Cirlin. di-
rector of the Blood Bank, and Samuel Farber. assistant direc-
tor-comptroller. The event took place at Hibiscus Lodge 31ood
Donor project for members of the group and indigent patients
at Mt. Sinai. Edward Plotkin is lodge chairman.
Sabbath
Dinner
Holidays
and every day
Kosher your
meat and
fowl with
Diamond
Crystal
Kosher
Salt!
Three generations of Jewish housewives have put their
fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality.
Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neither too
coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash off. Perfect,
too, for all your seasoning. Today for your holiday cooking
and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX of Diamond
Crystal Kosher Saltl
makes crispier salads
The Courier
Ordinary salt melts fast, wilts greens. Not so with Dia-
mond Crystal Kosher Salt. It's coarse. So it doesn't melt
readily. Just sprinkle on eritp greens. Then shake off.
Greens are perfectly seasoned and stay crisp for your
favorite dressing.
' Build your reputation front Cook to Chef!
Do all your seasoning with
DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSE
KOSHER SALT
Lead article in the Mar. 24 issue of Setvrday Evening Post, 'Ring
of Hate Around Israel." ends up on this note attributed to an American
diplomat: There are some wounds that only time can heal and some
problems only time can solve. The Arab-Israeli issue is one of them.
It vould be fatal if we tried to force the issue now All can we do is
try to keep them from fighting. If we can keep the pot from boiling
over for another 20 years or so. maybe by that time some answer can
be found." Hirold H. Martin, author of the fourth in a seres of Middle
East reports in the remodeled Post, presents no new facts or view
points, but the Syrian-Israeli fighting over the weekend highlighted a
recent statement by Dr. John H. Davis, director of the United Nation's
huge Relief and Works Agency, The refugee problem is still growing
in size and complexity. It overshadows every major decision and
action in the Middle East. It hangs as a cloud over the peace of the
world."
Look for more and more conservative candidate.- to take a pro-
Israel stand in the 1962 Congressional elections. Fact that the Arab
nations are using Communist jets and other arms, and that Israel
stands with tl'e West, is being pointed out again and again by candi-
dates of the non-extreme right. Son. Barry GoWwater's statement that
As a man who is half-Jewish I resent these anti-Semitic slanders (by
the very extremists supporting him)" won him new respect in all
qua'ters of political opinion We deem it fortunate that the splitting
of Dade into the 3rd and 4th Congressional Districts has been accomp-
lished without concentrating Jewish neighborhoods in either district.
Thus, there should be no obvious plays for the so-called Jewish vote.
o
Irving Stone, whose The Agony and the Ecstacy" still is on the
; best-selling list, joins Dore Senary on the advisory committee of the
i Jewish Publication Society of America John Serbin beaming over
! 30 percent hike in receipts from Heart Sunday Julian Weinkle new
secretary-treasurer of University of Miami Citizens Board. Joseph
Weintravb exits as president R"on*rt L. Shevin, president of the
Sertoma Club of Miami, reports growing interest in Service to Man-
kind Award dinner honoring Dr. Ben J. Sheppard on Saturday night at
Miami Springs Villas Artur Rubemtein's record-breaking attend-
ance for his two University of Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts
was a well-deserved tribute to Rubenstein, who often has given his
own proceeds from concerts to the United Jewish Appeal.
Dr. SeJman Waksman, Nobel Prize scientist, will visit Israel this
spring to assist in the development of a new microbiology laboratory
at the Technion in Haifa Lawrence Thompson, official biographer
of another Israeli visitor Hebrew University visiting lecturer Robert
Frost will speak on the popular poet's early life Friday night at 8:30
at New Hall of the University of Miami Mrs. Robert Z. Greene is
one of 22 individuals given a citation for educational philanthropy by
the editors of the 32nd biennial edition of "Who's Who in America."
. Marvin Feld, a senior in the University of Miami's school of music,
will serve as one of the conductors of the Symphonic Band during the
first of a series of Henry Fillmore concerts Mar, 22 at the Dade County
Auditorium
a e
Dr. Irving H. Block, Miami Beach podiatrist, glowing over selec-
tion of daughter Elizabeth as 'Today's Teen" by the Miami Herald .
Notes from former Justice of the Peace Mai Englander and aspirant
Joe Malek remind us to remind you thai Mar. 24 is the absolute dead-
line for registration to vote in the county, state and federal primaries
to be held in May. Non-partisan ballots for Metro Commissioners also
will be cast. In addition, a slew of amendments to the Miami Beach
and Metro charters probably will appear on the ballots at second pri-
mary time.
Hollywood thespians predict bigger things for Mrs. Herbert Gold-
berg, Hadassah's gilt to the Broward little theater stages ... It was
carnival time Sunday, and hundreds of youngsters and oldsters, too,
made the cash registers ring a merry tune at Beth David and Temple
Beth Am Sam Cohen, Federation assistant director, ready to exit
for a Massachusetts position as community executive director .
Cliff Straus leaves, and the Jewish Theological Seminary closes its
office in mid-May Louis Hirsch, active worker for Bonds and
Hebrew University, off to Israel next month.
Stanley C. Myers' emcee performance at the Leo Mindlin award
function last week should serve as a model for fledgling toastmasters
. Ruth and Jack Popick spending a couple of weeks in Puerto Rico,
where Jack has industrial laundry operations. It'll be a surprise if the
Jewish community activity there doesn't double in the fortnight.
e e e
Honor Roll of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation reached the
homes of Federation contributors Wednesday. Listed are gifts of $10
and over. Publication should inspire non-givers to give and givers to
give more. Top beneficiary is the Combined Jewish Appeal. What
can be more worthy?
Sentence Nazi Doctor Criminals,
Then Promptly Let Them Off
PsSVsit ls*v# Moy 5
Sooth Florida Division of the
American PriendR of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem will co.
sponsor a community-wide celebra-
tion of Israel's 14th anniversary
of independence May_ 5, president
Jack S. Popick announced Wednos
day.
The Greater Miami Women's Di-
vision, headed by Mrs. Samuel SI.
monhoff. will share the sponsoring
rule for the dinner dance, which
also will mark the 13th anniversary
of the admission of Israel into trm
United Nation-.
Popick also announced that
registration for the American
Stc-c'en* Program of the Ameri-
can Friends, which provides for
o year's study at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem, now is
open for the 19o2-o3 academic
year.
Information may be obtained
from the American Friends' office,
940 Lincoln Road bldg.
Popick noted that the Hebrew
University has more than quad-
rupled in size since Israel pro-
claimed it ^ independence in May,
1948, upon the end of the British
mandate in Palestine. He also
pointed out that the university,
now 37 years old, is playing a ma-
jor role in Israel's two greatest
projects of 1962.
"These projects are the devel-
opment of the Negev, which can
only be accomplished if the scien-
tific knowledge necessary to pre-
pare the land for settlement is on
hand, and the expansion of Is-
rael's relations with the newly
emerging nations of Asia and
Africa."
Starts Quarter-Century
Thomas M. Burns, jr.. a funeral
director and executive with River-
side Memorial Chapels, 1920 Alton
rd.. will start his 25th year with the
national funeral home chain this
April. The senior Burns, a former
resident of Jacksonville, was one
of a group of four who founded, in
1917, the Association of Funeral
Directors and Embalmers for the
State of Florida.
If you like
KREPLACH
*
Diamond Crystal Salt Company
MUNSTER. W. Germany(JTA)
Two former Nazi camp doctors
were sentenced to eight and three
years, respectively, recently and
then notified the sentences would
be regarded as served. They were
immediately freed.
The defendants were Dr. Heinz
Baumkeotter, 50, a doctor at the
Sachenhausen concentration camp
from 1942 to 1945, sentenced to eight
years for aiding in two cases of
murder of camp inmates and 11
cases of manslaughter. He also
was accused of participating in the
murder of at least 77 other inmates.
Dr. Alois Gaberle, 54. was given
three years. The court said that
the two sentenced men acted like
"real doctors wherever they could '
and that one had served ten years
in a Russian jail and the other had
been interned for three years.
Spinoza Forum
Moves Uptown
After many years of meeting at
Ocean ct., on South Beach, the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum this week
moved its headquarters cite to the
home of Dr. Morris Schor, 4720
Alton rd.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder of
the Forum, said the organization
will continue to meet out-of-doors
on the patio of Dr. Setter's home.
You'll love
CHEF BOV-AR-DEE
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chaf Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies... filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and)
easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocosts only
about 15c per servingl


Friday. March 23, 1962
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Bermans Get Citations Here
Mr. ,:;.:: Mrs Hj man Be)
i longtime residents : Mi
, Beach, wei ... it a n
| reception tendei at their
eri...... cffii
i of the Nations Mao evi
Assn., ;...,. l)u I ebem H< I
ICongragal...... Uttahem, N.H
CHalions wexe presented to them
I in -"'T'' "" '' 'tfc.KMr.i. *e*
vici in [unh< rinj i iritual and
charitable activities <: th< com-
munity of at well as
I for !( no! suffering to
' needy haj fever ;. asthc
victims."
The Bermani ; mox e p:o-
Deer: traxaformation of
Bethli '. ;soiate.
rer communit;
hii..... rhe;
als< leaders in nd i 11 th<
Bethlehem 1
The citations were presented by
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Licht, com-
: of Providence, R.I.,
and n sid< I of the National Hay
Fever Relief Assn : Mr. and Mrs.
Basser. of F;.r Rockaway,
L.I., president of the Bethlehem
ew Congregation; Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Krulik. treasurer of
. i congregation, and chairman of]
the board" oT the relief association;
Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal
jf the Hebrew Academy: and Louis
Merwitzer, vice president of the
Hebrew Academy.
Getting into the act is a freguent occurrence
:or children of pre-school age in the early
childhood development program of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Center. Oppor-
tunities to perform before other chidren are
among the many creative outets offered in
this program at four different locations in
Dade county now accepting registration for
the fall term. At the North County Branch
are (left to right) Lynn Oshins, Cara Lee Cohen.
Florita Mendes, Steven LaBello. Ellen Golden.
Barry Dresner. Carolyn Spector, Terri Sparber
and David Glasserman.
Agency Handles
Morton Towers
E. J. Schaeffer & Associates, ad-
vertising agency, has been appoin-
ted to handie ail local and national
I advertising for Morten Towers.
Located on Biscayne Bay at 15th
st.. Morton Towers it one of the
largest and most luxurious rental
i apartments in Miami Beach, con-
staining 1.297 units, ranging from
studios to palatial suites.
Eerkrnan Names
Committee Head
n Rubin, of Miami Beacn,
- been named campaign chair-
the committee to keep
. Bei kman as Justice
ace for the 5:h district.
I r< -.dent of the Civic League of
Beach, vice president of the
Presidi Council of Miami Beach,
in is ;. member of the Miami
Eiach Personnel Board, and a past
piesident of the Miami Beach Tax-
payers Assn.
In 1960. he was voted Miami
Beach's "Most Outstanding Citi-
zen"' by the Taxpayer's group, and
in the same year, was one of the 25
persons nominated for the "Most
Outstanding Citizen of Dade Coun-
ty" award.
Center Reveals Registration Date
nts may now enroll their
il iren for the fall term in the
i. r!y childhood development pro-
. ..in of the Greater Miami Jewish
unity Center, at either ot
r I ranch locations, it was an-
il by Mrs. Harry Kaufman,
inn an of the program.
The service is offered to the com-
unity, according to Mrs. Kauf-
1 the belief that a group ex-
iiier.ee tor the preschool child
fcrs an invaluable opportunity
:< i 'he child to find himself away
from the protected environment of
family."
fhe program is conducted by a
staff of teachers who are profes-
sionally trained in the field of
working with very young children
The program is conducted Monday
through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12
noon, throughout the school year.
At some branches there is a full
day program which continues daily
until 4 p.m. Transportation in ag-
ency vehicles is available within
certain areas.
Boys and girls from three to six
years of age are assigned to groups
according to age level. At the five-
to-six year level there is a first
grade readiness program. A mid-
morning snack is provided daily.
In the all-day program, a hot lunch
is served, and individual cots are
provided for a rest period.
Activities include indoor and out-
door games, arts and crafts, block-
building, housekeeping and water
i play, creative dramatics, music,
rhythm and dance, storv-tellini'
and rhyme*, tups and picnics, and
celebration of American and Jew-
ish holidays.
A staff psychiatrist consults with
the teaching staff on a regular ba-
sis to help achieve the maximum
in each child's development. With
small groups of ten children, op-
portunities are provided for each
child to find self-expression, indi-
vidual development and social
achievement.
YUBAN
SALUTES
The Simcha of Modern Israel
FROM EILAT, on the Red Sea, '.he ships cf Solomon sailed with
copper from his nearby mines and returned from myst.ca. Ophir laden
with gold and gems and exotic goods. Today, tilet is a thnv.ng, grow-
ing seaport, destined to exceed its greatness of Biblical times when
it was known as Ezion-geber.

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Young Student
Wins Polaroid
The Polaroid camera won by Dav-
Willens for 13 new. local sub-
riptions to The Jewish Floridian,
Will be a "lifetime treasure," says
the young man, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur. Willens, 479 NE 102nd St.,
Miami Shores.
David, 12, is a seventh grade stu-
' ent at Horace Mann Junior High
nd Is on the honor roll in scholar-
nip and citizenship.
He attends Temple Israel, hav-
ing started in junior kindergar-
ten, and will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah next October.
In addition to playing clarinet in
ie -chool band and studying the
I lano, David is a Boy Scout in
Troop 47.
Now he has a new hobbyinstant
ihotography with his Polaroid. "It
was easy to get the subscriptions,"
he said"almost as easy as to
thoot with the Polaroid."
Coral Way Tots
To Offer Play
On Wednesday morning, the
Coral Way Jewish Center pre-
school will present a "Purim-
spiel," with kindergarten, pre-kin-
dcrgarten and the nursery class
participating.
Registration is now being taken
for the next school year Children
from three to five and a half are
eligible.
There will he three reading rcadi-
m ss kindergarten classes, three
prc-kindergarlen classes and two
mir-cry classes, Teachers have a
Bureau of Jewish Education pre-
school license, and certification for
kindergarten classes,
Sratl oil si ct
:,. v.)
Beth Torch Camp
Now Registering
Registral i boys and girls
from 6 to 12 is now open for
Ha-Ge-Gah, Both Torah Congrega-
tion's summer day camp. Mrs.
Robert Schwarti is camp commit-
tee chairman.
The day camp will run for eight
i weeks beginning June 25. and the
daily schedule will include swim-
ming, arts and crafts, dancing.
, dramatics and athletics. Bus trans-
| port at ion is available.
KOSHER-PARVE
EVERY SIP OF YUBAN IS A SIMCHA IN ITSELF
BECAUSE IT IS THE WORLD'S RICHEST COFFEE
This is indeed the world's richest tast-
ing coffee because Yuban adds to its
blend, aged coffee beans...?.ged like
t--.o best flavored wine and cueese.
Deep, dark delicious Yuban...every cp,
every sip a joy in itself 1
YU BAN-The Simcha Coffee
"Lf f'emiuni
(:"ee ot
'.'. eral iceds


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Friday. March 1\ 1962
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Lillian (Mrs. Samuel) Simonhoff is two kinds of smart. She's smart
a^ far as brains are concerned and she's smart-looking in her choice of
clothes. Her hats are always the very latest style, and she always has
that "different" air about her.
Lillian was born in Atlanta and moved to Charleston, where she fin-
ished high school. Her folks and the parents of the man she was later
to marry came from the same town in Lithuania. When Lillian's family
moved to Miami, Samuel arrived here on a visit. And that's how they
were married.
Lillian said "I do" at quite an early age, and determined that being
a wife should not spell the end of her educa-
tion. And so she studied drama and American
history, and did a lot of reading in Shake-
speare. Then, came the raising of a family-
Joy, Elaine and Michael, all of whom are mar-
ried, and youngest daughter, Shirna, still in
school.
Now, in her leisure time, her five grand-
children notwithstanding. Lillian has gone back
to school again. This is her sixth semester at
the University of Miami, where she takes
philosophy courses.
The amazing thing is that Lillian prac-
tices what she is learning. She has a verve
and zest for living. She also has an inclina-
tion toward religious belief inherited from her
mother, who could boast that she never missed
a service.
Lillian and Sam love to travel, and since
ULUau 1951 thev have been to Europe five times. In
order to learn more about the people of foreign countries, they do their
fight-seeing from street cars and buses, mix with the local populace,
and act as little as tourists as possible. Last year, they toured Japan,
one of their favorite travel spotsbut not before a stopover in Israel.
As one of the pioneer women in Jewish community work. Lillian has
been active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Hadassah, Mt.
Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, and many other organizations. She was re-
cently elected president of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Just where she finds the time is her very special secretwhat with
school in the morning and study in the afternoon. The evenings are left
free for an occasional dinner with friends and, of course, all the meet-!
ings and other functions that are part of community endeavor. Her |
favorite form of relaxation ? Television and the bloodier the better.
If you should happen to stand outside the Simonhoff home and hear
someone shout, "Don't move, or I'll shoot," don't run for the police.
It's only Lillian relaxing.
* *
IT'S BEEN A LONG, LONG TIME
The Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel was beautiful. Tables for
ten around the dance floor were gay in pink and gold. Some 200 friends
of Sol and Mollie Sitverman gathered to help them celebrate their 40th
wedding anniversary. Seen on the dance floor: Hazel and Judge Irving
Cypen, Don and Marcelle Kaplan, Dr. and Mrs. George Graham, the
Harold Spaets, Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, the Maurice Perl-
steins, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kalish.
Chatting to friends: Mrs. Isadore Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kopel-
owitz, and Trudy Hamerschlag. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman beam-
ing at one and all.
An exquisitely-carved Ten Commandments at the Silverman table
was the work of Mrs. Fred (Henrietta) Jones. Dorothy Krieger Fink
seated with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jacobs. Dancing later to modern
Israeli music: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser. Also at the celebration:
Irving and Ruth Zimmerman, Mollie's cousins from Toledo, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Fruchtman, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rost, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Hammerman, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weston, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Makovsky.
* *
UNDER THE STARS AND THE RED ROOF
Bill and Rhoda Farr's most unusual house on Palm Island was ablaze
with lights, laughter and music. Inside the spacious living area, red and
white flowers were in profusion. On a long red-clothed sweet table, a
huge red and white Bar Mitzv-ih book cake told the reason for the party.
It was Neal Farr's Bar Mitzvah celebration. The family of Manny
Farr's wife, the Combas, who are refugees from Cuba, were mighty
happy to be able to help celebrate.
Outside, a lavish buffet table was striking in the red decor. Small
tables dotted the huge tarpaulined space between the house and bay,
with hurricane lamps flickering on each table. Exclaiming over the
Miami skyline: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cas-
selhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth, Dr. and
Mrs. Ben Margolis, and the Irving Rothmans.
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Engel deciding whether to stay a little longer,
what with their dog expecting puppies momentarily. Sitting on the
couch waiting for their husbands to join them after the President Ken-
nedy dinner were Mrs. Sidney Gruber and Mrs. Louis Spector.
Other guests: the Simon Rubins, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
the William Kruglacks, Mayor and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, and Nat and
Suki Williams, the latter dancing to marvelous music. Harvey Fair
twisting with Marina Comba, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Mazel dancing, of
course, since she's chairman of a cotillion group, and Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Wien receiving congratulations on their 39th wedding anni-
versary.
And: Aaron Goldman and Sally, the Adrian Thais, M. H. Rosen-
houses, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Shapiro, and
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz.
Miss Hollander
Says Vows Here
A double ring, candlelight cere-
mony at the Algiers hotel, united
Susan Jane Hollander and Melvyn
Rachleff on Sunday noon, Mar. 18.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
D. Hollander, 55 NE 113rd St., No.
Miami, the bride wore a gown of
pure silk tissue faille, designed
with portrait neckline and brace-
"teMength sleeves. The bodice v/ts
trimmed with reembroidered alen-
con lace, seed pearls and iridescent
.sequins, and the full skirt was
draped to the back in panniers and
fell to a chapel train. The bouffant
veil of French illusion was held by
a crown of lace and pearls, and the
bouquet was made up of white or-
chids, siephanotis and lily-of-the-
valley.
Maid of honor was the bride's
cousin, Carol Weisbaum and brides-
maids were Sheila Durst, Brenda
Howard. Sandra Collins and Fern
Beth Rachleff, the bridegroom's
sister.
A graduate ot North Miami High
School, the new Mrs. Rachleff at-
tended the University of Miami and
is a member of Associated Women
Students.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
.Mrs. Louis E. Rachleff, of Spring-
field, Mass., is a graduate of Clas-
sical High in Springfield, attended
American International College and
is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Serving as best man was Steven
Breitbart, and ushers were Robert
Hollander, the bride's brother,
Theodore Weinberg, the bride-
groom's cousin, Herbert Klappcr.
and Donald Bernstein.
Following a reception and formal
luncheon at the Algiers hotel, the
young couple left for a honeymoon
in Jamaica. On their return they
will live in Springfield.
:BIRTNDAZEs
New "Man About Town," Robert
Steven was bom Mar. 4 to Louise
and Albert Berris, 8330 SW 29th st.
Big sister is Paula Diane, 7*4, and
grandmother is Mrs. Bessie Barris,
here from Detroit for the happy
occasion.

A first son, Richard Howard, for
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tupler, 9035
SW 46th ter. He was born Jan. 24.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Herb Edelstein and Mrs. Faye
Tupler.
Ardmorr
IMS. MEIVYN RACH1EFF
Laskin, Cohen
Betrothal Told
At a reception held in honor of
their 25th wedding anniversary,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laskin, of Mi-
ami announced the engafiement of
their daughter, Barbara Ann, to
Lewis Franklin Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mortimer Cohen of Nor-
mandy Isle.
The future bride graduated from
Miami Senior High and attended
the University of Miami on a Dade
county scholarship, graduating
with a B.A. She is a member of
Psi Chi, psychology honorary, and
was treasurer of Delta Phi Epsilon.
Mr. Cohen received his BBA and
LLB from the University of Mi-
ami, where he won the freshman,
junior-senior and Florida State de-
bate competitions. He is a mem-
ber of Iron Arrow, highest men's
honorary, Omicron Delta Kappa,
national leadership honorary, and
"Who's Who in America Colleges
and Universities."
A practicing attorney in Miami,
Mr. Cohen is a Special Assistant
Attorney General for the State of
Florida. A member of the Ameri-
can Bar Assn., he is presently serv-
ing on the board of directors of the
University of Miami Alumni Assn.,
is vice president of the Coral Ga-
bles Optimist Club, and trustee of
the Coral Gables Moose Lodge.
Lynne Abrams'
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Al Abrams. 16002
NE 3rd ave., No. Miami Beach, are
announcing the engagement and
approaching marriage of (heir
daughter Lynne Beth, to Dr Ste-
phen Granet Rosen, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Michael Rosen, of New York.
Secretary to Judge Miltor. Fried-
man, and a model, the bride-elect
attended Dade County Junior Col-
lege. Winner of many beauty con-
tests, she holds the titles >t Mi.s
North Miami Beach. Miss Btscayne
Federal, Miss Freedom, and Miss
Capri.
Dr. Rosen attended the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania and is i ^r:ul
uate of the university's school of
dentistry. His fraternities are Tau
Delta Phi and Alpha Omega
He taught dentistry at New York
University and is presents in pri-
vate practice in West Hollywood,
Fla.
The wedding is planrad lor
June 24.
Gabriel Meatier to Speak
Radio and television commen-
tator Gabriel Heatter will be guest
speaker at Temple Emanu-El on
Friday evening. His subject will
be "The Next 300 Days."
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Fashions for Menorah Chapter
Fourth donor luncheon of Men-
orah chapter, B'nai B'rith Women,
will be held at the Algiers hotel
next Thursday noon. Program will
include entertainment and a fash-
ion show.
KNIT 'N' NEEDLE
FINEST IMPORTED YARNS
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Coral Oaklet Closed Mondays
Persamal Atln.: Barbara Creenfcerg
Dance Group Ends Season
The 1961-62 Junior Cotillion
Dance Group at Temple Emanu-El
concluded its season of classes last
Sunday when the children and
their parents gathered in Sirkin
Hall for a dinner party. Dr. and
Mrs. Irving Lehrman were special
guests.
The cotillion group was sponsor-
ed by the PTA.
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Friday. Watch 23. 1962
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cade theatre ensemble was the
choice of Mrs. Don Reiff. The
modified cape collar on her coat
was in black velvet. Mrs. Theo-
dore Lomaskin wore an unusual
two-piece knit ensemble of bronze
llame. Her bodice was a slight
blouson, and her jacket was hip-
length. A black wool sheath was
worn by Mrs. Judith Goldstein.
It was topped with an embroid-
ered ombre chiffon stole from
Japan. A champagne-colored sa-
tin brocade ensemble was the
choice of Mrs. Prudence Vaughn.
Her hip-length jacket featured a
mink Peter-Pan collar.
SEVERAL hundred Greater Ml-
amians gathered at a dinner
Saturday at the Biscayne Ter-
race to honor Mrs. Ethel Gross-
man upon her retirement from
the Greater Miami Jewish Com.
munity Center. For the event,
Mrs. Grossman wore a rose beige
(.own. Her bodice was of French
thantilly lace and featured the
dropped waistline. The full silk
organza skirt was appliqued with
The lace.
Her daughter, Miss Rita Gross-
man, flew in from New York lor
this special occasion. Rita is ex-
tcutive secretary of the National
Committee of American Israel
Public Affairs Committee, and
bas made several trips to Israel
in the past few years. Her dress
\> as the classic black chiffon,
with low V decolletage both front
and back, and a full cut skirt.
Mrs. Nat Tudor wore an emer-j
aid green peau de soie with a I
cooped neckline and a bell sil-
houette skirt. An Italian silk was
the choice of Mrs. Esther Levi-
:an. Narrow pin stripes of muted
colors ran in vertical lines on her
dress, which had a high neckline j
and an unpressed pleated skirt.
Mrs. Leon Kaplan's selection for
the evening was a royal blue silk
brocade jacket dress, featuring
the important hip-length jacket.
Mrs. Ben Essen. Her bodice was
of beige alencon lace, with a low
scooped neckline and a sugges-
tion of a sleeveall contoured to
the lace pattern. The controlled
fullness of her skirt was of a rich
chocolate brown silk alpaca.
Silk alpaca was also worn by
Mrs. Bernard Baron. Her em-
erald green sheath featured the
surplice bodice. Mrs. Sidney
Roberts chose a black silk sheath
with a flat bow in the center of
her squared neckline.
Mrs. A. Bud Cutler, who's hus-
band is president of GMJCC, wore
a blue wool tweed with a slashed
bateau neckline and full gored
skirt. A black raw silk jacket
dress was the selection of Mts.
Anna Brenner Meyers. Her jac-
ket featured a full shawl collar.
A platinum-colored silk bro-
BJRS. Harold Greene's silk faille
" theatre coat was a print in
tones and shades of blues and
greens. Her silk sheath was of
one of the deeper jewel tone
shades of green. A striking black
silk, embroidered in gold and sil-
ver llame into a large medallion
brocade pattern, was worn by
Mrs. Stanley H. Spieler. It fea-
tured a high rounded neckline,
a blouson bodice and a sheath
skirt.
A sheath of tiers of black chan-
tilly lace was Mrs. Francis Heil-
ig's choice for the evening. Her
scooped bodice was trimmed with
a double tier of short black silk j
fringe. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers |
chose a two-piece ensemble for I
this occasion. Her bodice was a i
black silk brocade from Hong I
Kong, and her white sheath skirt I
was of peau de soie.
Beth David Puts
Out Cook Book
Sisterhood of Beth David Con-
gregation announces the publica-
tion of a new cookbook, "All This
and Kosher Too."
Edited by Mrs. Frank Rose and
Mrs. David Parnes, the cookbook
is a compilation of choice, tradi-
tional reeipee, presented in easily
undertood language.
Representing the results of many
years of effort, the book may be
obtained at the Beth David syna-
gogue office.
Bern David Men's Cfufe
Beth David Men's Club will spon-
sor its annual Cadillac affair Sun-
day evening in the Grand ballroom
of the synagogue. Moe Atkins is-
chairman. M
Brandeis Prof.
Will Lecture i
' 1
Gables Optimists
Hold Contest
Coral Gables Optimist Club was
to hold its annual oratorical con-
test this Thursday evening, 7:15
p.m., at the Airliner motel.
Judges were to be Circuit Judge
Hal P. Dckle; Joseph Murphy, Vice
Mayor and Commissioner of Coral
Gables; and Murray Shear, local
attorney and former national de-
bate champion.
Dr. Leonard W. Levy, Brandeis
University Associate Dean of Fa-
culty and Dean of the Graduate
School, will lecture on "The Civil
War and Civil Rights: Then and
Now" at the Algiers hotel Monday
evening.
This is the second in the current
series sponsored by the Brandeis
Club of Greater Miami and co-
sponsored by the Brandeis Univer-
sity Women's Committee, Miami
Beach and Miami chapters.
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Junior Cotillion
Party Sunday
Final session of Beth David's j
junior cotillion will be a semi-for-1
mal party on Sunday. 6:30 p.m., in I
Ihe social hall. Mrs. Peggy Logan j
is cotillion instructor.
Junior cotillion committee has',
been under the chairmanship of |
Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, and Mrs.
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. MOTH POOl (1I1NI fllM .
Carol Friedburg and Joel
Schwartz are planning their nup- Ma* Silver, co-chairman.
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Committee members are Mrs,
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David Congregation, will officiate.
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Ardmor*
Parti King, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry King, of 4574
Royal Palm ave., celebrated
her Sweet Sixteen birthday
at a luncheon for friends and
family in the Charlemagne
room of the Deauville hotel
on Saturday. Patti is a sopho-
more at Miami Beach Senior
High.
The wedding, first to be held at 1
the new Westbrooke Country Club.;
will take place at 8 p.m., after a1
reception at 7 p.m. Following thei
marriage ceremony, there will be;
a dinner for family and guests.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-1
ray Friedburg, of 5845 Twin Lakes j
dr., the bride-to-be will be attend-1
ed by Marcia Friedburg, maid of
honor, and Sheila Sandier, Barbara
Adler, Yvonne Isriel and Pearl Ko-
pel, bridesmaids.
An electrical engineer at Stan-
ford University in the research de-
partment, Mr. Schwartz is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, of
San Francisco, Calif.
Stan Friedburg will be best man,
and serving as ushers are Michael
Krassner, Barry Goldbaum, Mi-
chael Miller, Arnold Adler, Robert
Friedburg and Neil Kopel.
After a honeymoon at Carmel-by-
the-Sea, the young couple will live
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The engagement of their daugh-
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No. Miami.
Mr. Jacobskind is the son of Mr.
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Miss Wollen and Mr. Jacobskind
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Following the business meeting,
Allison Podell and Joe Farina,
winners of last year's Sisterhood
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.Minyonaires Purim Party
The Minyonaires, 3737 Bird rd.,
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Former Habtmah
Actress to Appear
Chayele Grober. former leading
lady of the Habimah Theatre, with
Esther Barrett a: the piano, will
jfive a performance of Jewish and
Hebrew humor, song, an4, drama
under the naaagement of Ruth
Brotman. on Thursday. Mar. 29,
8:15 p.m.. at Hihi-uf. >
Curium, 955 Alton rd.. Miami Beach.
Miss Grober has appeared
throughout ihe world, carrying With
her the traditions of Habimah The-
atre.
Many of her performances an
available on reci rd.-.
Gercldine Page taunts Paul Newman in this scene from
' Sweet Bird of Youth," screen version of the powerful play by
Tennessee Williams, in which they repeat their original stage
icles. Shirley Knight. Ed Begley and Rip Torn co-star in this
color film new in its second week at the Carib, Miami, Mir-
acle, 163rd Street and Essex Theatres.
Peerce to Sing Here Saturday
Jan Peerce. leading tenor of the
Metropolitan Opera, will be pre-
sented at a Community Concert
Assn. program on Saturday eve-
ning at Miami Bach Auditorium.
Peerce will be heard in works
by Bach, Alessandro Scarlatti.
Handel. Schubert. Donizetti. Rach-
maninoff, Verdi and Mascagni.
In the seasons since his history-
making debut with the Metropol-
itan Opera, Peerce has won a dis-
tinguished place among the world's
artists, earning the affection, re-
spect and admiration of critics,
fellow musicians, and an enorm-
ous and devoted public.
Born in New York City and
entirely American-trained, Jan
la Traviata'
Repeated by
Popular Request
MAY 6
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
TICKETS AT
DADE COUNTY
AUDITORIUM
SI to $2 50
Boy Scouts Set
'Good-Turn Day'
This weekend is Ihe first half of
Buy Scout Good-Turn Day. and for
!he second year in succession it is
devoted to helping Goodwill Indus-
| tries.
On Saturday, the Boy Scouts will
call on homes in Greater Miami
?nd distribute Goodwill Bags. Res-
idents are being asked to fill the
bags with surplus clothing and
houaehold appliances that can be i
1 repaired by handicapped workers
| at Goodwill and sold through their
[ outlet.
| The second half of "Operation
Goodwill" comes the following
Saturday, when the Boy Scouts, in
cooperation with the local Jaycees.
will pick up the bags and transfer
them to the Goodwill plant.
All of the work is voluntary, with
many local concerns donating
trucks and drivers for the transpor-
tation, and the local Jaycees under
the chairmanship of Leonard
Sehwarz, coordinating the pick ups
for the Boy Scouts.
Fridcy, March 3, 1962
Young VSofimist,
Christian Ferras,
To Play Here
Christian I young French
violinist, soloist with
the Udversitj I Ififuni Symphony
Orchestra. Fabiai ii-vitzky con-
ducting, at th( s eighth pair
<; subscripts .trts on Sundey
;.: (I Monday Mar. 25 and
2U. at Mian B and Dacie
County Au i!<
He will | Tchaikovsk> s.
Conceit1 in for Violin and
Orchestra.
Eern in "t.c.f. Prance, in
133. Ferres oe&.n his musical
i'ud: Music in Mice *"* was awarded
the Paris C.-"rvatory's first
prie in ba?p c r. and chamber
music. He bai M been a win-
ner of the .iterrAtional contest
at SchevenJros-i and the Mar-
guerite Long-.'r :c..s Tbibault in-
ternational ce-nce'ifion.
Ferras bac t; ured extensively
thruu&houi E.:.".p* South Amer-
ica and South A4ane. and made his
I'. S. debut ;r 1SW, wtfh the Boston
S>m phony. Cfeartet Munch con-
ducting.
He has appearti at the Hague
fessional entertainment Saturuay under Pierre Mocteux and :n
evening. Montreal gn<3 re Cltytens.
CHRISTIAN flRKtS
Flap Purim Party
Temple Adalfi Ytshurun held a
"flap" Purim party wi:h pro
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YIDDISH AMERICAN
VAUDEVILLE & PICTURES
IN PERSON
a it a c i i<:
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AAiami Beach's Singing
Sensation and Comedienne
Plus Other Acts
ON OUR SCREEN *
True Story of the xodus of the
Jews from Europe to Israel
"THE EARTH CRIES OUT"
JAM PEERCE
Peerce is that rare singer whose
versatility makes him equally at
home in Italian, French or Ger-
man opera, in Bach, Handel or
Moiart, in German Lieder,
French art songs, and popular
ballads.
Peerce has shattered the tradi-
tion of an Italian tenor being solely
a product of Italy. No less an
authority than Arturo Toscanini
named the dynamic singer his
"favorite tenor," and on 14 im-
portant occasions used Peerce as
a key soloist. It was Toscanini
who first gave the tenor his start
toward musical stardom.
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ROMA
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Freddie Ross
Frankie Hyert _^=j
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Simon to Chair
Annual Dinner
George A. Simon has been ap-
pointed chairman of the 11th an-
nual dinner meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
it was announced by A. Budd Cut-
ler, president. The meeting will
lake place on Sunday night, May 6.
Simon is a past vice president of
Ihe Miami Branch and currently
;i member of the board of governors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. A past president of the
Miami Board of Realtors, he is
now state chairman of the public
relations committee and district
vice president of the Brokers' In-
: stilute.
He also serves on the Interna-
tional Department of the Dacle
County chamber of Commerce.
Beach League
Offers Concert
On Saturday evening. Mar. 31,
the Miami Beach Music and Arts
League will present a concert in
the Ocean Lounge of the Roney
Plaza hotel.
Featured artists will be Patricia .
Ippolito. soprano. Herman Gott- ''
lieb, tenor, with Esther Barrett,
piano accompanist, and Alice
j Kwartin in a series of dramatic
readings.
Patricia Ippolito was soloist with
the North Carolina Symphony Or-
i chesira before coming to Miami
' Beach where she sang in Puccini's
] "II Tabarro" with the Co-Opera of
Miami.
An interpreter of Hebrew and
Jewish folksongs. Herman Gott-
lieb has appeared throughout Eu-
rope in concert and opera. He hc-
gan his musical career by winning
a scholarship at the State Conser-
vatory of Riga in his native Latvia.
Alice Kwartin trained and acted
in New York's Neighborhood Play-
house.
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Sunday, Mar. 25, Miami Beach Auditorium. 30 P.M
Monday, Mar. 26, Dade County Auditorium, 8.30 P.M
V0ICI Of AMUICA'S MUSICAL SALUTC TO STCCKHCLU, SWEbiN
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Joining the fun makers at
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Election of officers and board ofI a,ed ,r^mpet ?\ \immY
directors for the Center will take I
place at the May (i meeting. There I
will be a reception for board mem-1
bers and community leaders prior show business greats via his
to the dinner. I singing trumpet.
Roma. The taletnted young
man offers a series of origin-
al musical impressions of
NOMINATED FOR
THE LINCOLN
ACADEMY AWARDS
Best Pel. -r
Best A::c Maximilian Schell
Best Aiu srt -ccr Ti icy
Best E perl *-ctor
Monti' erj Clift
Best Si. -1 I -tress
Juo., of,' ard
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Best DirectorStanley Kramer
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Friday. Match 23, 1962
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EDWARO LASSMAN
Beach Man Will
Be Honored Here
Edward Lassman. businessman
Bnd civie leader at Miami Beach,
vill be honoref ac i testimonial
dinner given lv the Children'*
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital on Tuesday evening.
Chairman of tin Miami Beach
Boxing Commission and second
vice president of the National Box-
ing Assn.. Lassrrun is president of
the Paralyzed Veterans Assn. ot
Florida. He is jwner of Wolfies
on Miami Beach, and the Forum in
Ft. Lauiierdale
Co-chairmen si the function
which will be attended by over
300, aie Michael Pox, Chief of
Police. Joe Cohen, and Joe Gard-
ner, realtors.
In accepting the honor. Lassman
said, A::er learning at first hand
the wi nrierful work that this insti-
has done n >. 1907, and is
i the stricken
lot 0 ur area but
! he I would be
my is a parent and
as ,i c itizen if I uld not do all
: can to li I n >s\ wortlu
, : in from this
who are i re
'. m< ti- and a:.! it the hospital
Eldredcje Lists
Campaign Staff
David C. E'.dredge. candidate for
I'S. Congress in the 4h District
this week announced the appoint-
ment of E. N. Claught m. .ir.. as his
campaign manj
Eldredge. two-term member of
the State La also an-
nounced the appointment of Ken-
neth S. Keyes. it., as his finance
committee chairman, Joseph C.
I-vreno. jr.. as Iv.s campaign treas-
urer, and Lester R Johnson as
campaign coordinat >r.
CUcu'iton. an attorney and
businessman who successfully
managed Eldr*dg's first cam-
paign for public office m 1958,
said he was "pleased once again
to be working in behalf Of a man
who has established a record of
letting the peop'e know where
he stands and then adhering to
these principles."
Keyes, chairman .A the board
of Keyes Realty Companies of Mi-
ami, said he accepted the finance
committee chairmanship "as an
honor, and I consider this as a
most important fight for the con-
stitutional principle.} which Eld-
redge stands for."
Pereno is a director of the Dade
county unit of the American Can-
cer Society, a member of the
Downtown Kiwanis and has served
as an officer of the Independent
Dairy Farmers Assn.. and the
Dairy Council of South Florida.
Johnson, an insurance executive
and member of Bayside Kiwanis.
was Eldredge's campaign mana-
ger when he suciessfuiy ran for
reelection in 1960.
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Friday. March 23. 1962

85th Birthday
For Rabbi Jacobs
Rabbi and Mrs. Pizer W. Jacobs
celebrated his 85th birthday last
week. He graduated from Hebrew
Union College in 1900. and was ac-
tively engaged in the rabbinate for
56 years. His last pulpit was in
Marshall. Tex.
The first Reform spiritual lead-
er in Florida when he came to
Jacksonville in 1904. he has been
affiliated with Temple Beth Sho-
lorn since settling in Miami Beach
in 1956.
His class of 1900 of Hebrew
UBion College served as pall-bear-
ers at the funeral of Rabbi Isaac
Wise, founder ot Reform Judaism
and the college. He is one of the
four cf that class left.
Here with his wife. Antoinette,
to whom he has been married for
53 years, they celebrated the occa-
sion with a ceremony at Beth Sho-
lorn performed by Rabbi Jacob
Kaplan, who had officiated at the
original ceremony in Buffalo. NY.
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Pearly Gait
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WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: There's a slight
slowdown in the influx of name stars this coming week. But. just like
they say on TV. there's more to come. Passover comes later this
year, starting Apr. 18, and that's when our town should be swollen at
the seams again, with a fresh new crowd of visitors swarming in for
celebrated Seder time and other highlights of that holiday period.
Activity continues at brisk pace, however, at the Pompeii room
' ot the Eden Roc. Comedian Alan King dominates the scene there. Alan
is back for a second visit to Harry Mufson's hostelry and. as usual, is
extending his impish appeal to all ages, and few are the performers
who can boast of that. Alan's supporting cast includes the songstress
Tina Robin, and the dancing Taylor Twins.
Connie Francis, probably the "hottest" voice on records today,
makes hsr bov/ at the Eden Roc on Tuesday, with comic Bcb Melvin
and the MaHisor Trio. Connie's big hit at the present is "Don't
Break the Heart That Loves You," written by Benny Davis.
The Deauville closes the Casanova room following the Sunday
night performances c,f comic Jack Carter and singer Brenda Lee. Mor-
' ris Lan.sburgh will open the big room again Apr. 20, when the ever-
, sensational Sammy Davis mikes his first appearance at the Deauville.
He'll be there for 10 days. What a Passover package that makes.
The Tack room of the Diplomat, which has rapidly become the
springboard for new song starsremember Damita Jo?has come up
with another popular vocal personality in Gene McDaniels, of Liberty
records.
M
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Milt Trenier, at Copa City, is prob-
ably the swingiest singer to hit this town since Sinatra. Besides his
tricky singing style, he moves around the stage gracefully and smooth-
ly, dancing and twisting, with pleasant chatter during and between
tunes. Star of the Copa CityBelle Barthis in her 11th week at the
Dade blvd. nitery, and that's an unbeatable record for a feminine per-
former. Martha Raye could only go six weeks at the same club.
Looking forward to actor Sam Levene's return to Coconut Grove
Playhouse. I'll never forget his role in "Three Men on a Horse,"
when it opened on Broadway. Sam's an actor's actor. He'll star at
the Playhouse in "Make a Million," opening Tuesday. John Payne
makes his stage bow here on Apr. 10 at the same theatre, in a pre-
Broadway showing of "Tender Loving Care."
"Holiday on Ice," which I previewed in Atlantic City last summer,
makes its annual hew here Monday with a huge cast and spectacular
i numbers. Same day. 'The Music Man" arrives at Miami Beach Aud-
itorium for a week's run. No slowdown in stage spectaculars, that's
for sure.
-fc 4c *
MOVIE TIME: Sex t^kes a holiday at our local art houses this
week. "Murder She Said.'' a delightful comedy thriller, by Agatha Chris-
tie, with a cast headed by Margaret Rutherford. Arthur Kennedy ar.d
Muriel Pavlow, is ;il the Normandie and Parkway.
The Mayfair and Sunset display a French lrolic. "La Belle Amer-
ican.c." -tarring Robert Dhery and Collettc Brossett. Dhcry is con-
sidered one of the continent's most delightful new comedy stars.
"Sweet Bird cf Youth," distinguished by Geraldine Page's per-
formance as a fallen woman, holds over at the Carib, Miami, Miracle,
Essex and 163rd St. Theatres. Paul Newman plays tho role of a
dis^asteful gigolo, while Shirley Knight holds down the ingenue part.
"King of Kings," begins a popular-price, continuous engagement at
the Paramount, Coral and Boulevard.
Judgment at Nuremberg'' has picked up a lot of extra business
since going on a popular-price run at the Lincoln.
"El Cid" holds over a reserved seat engagement at the Roosevelt,
and ditto "West Side Story" at the Sheridan.
The controversial remake of the Broadway hit and movie, "The
Children's Hour," is current at the Olympia, Beach, Gables and Shores.
* -*
ON THE TOWN: "Water, stay away from my door," could be the
theme song for one of Miami's most unusual restaurants. It's the
Rathskeller, cellar restaurant at the Congress Airport Inn. Recently
opened by Joe Cohen, of Miami Beach, the former owner of the Embers
and Beef and Bird, the Ralhskellar is Austro-German in decorative
motif and offers the favorite food of those countries, plus American
steak and roast beef items.
The new Cafe Jardin Suisse in the Roney Plaza hotel quietly
opened its doors to the public Monday. Executive director, Ronald
Spetalnick, planned the grand opening for Wednesday, thus giving
his staff "on the floor" practice.
Featuring Swiss French cuisine, the Jardin Suisse is an indoor-side-
walk cafe that offers from a snack to a complete dinner 24 hours a day
in an authentic atmosphere. Speaking of which, the first customers of
the new Cafe Jardin Suisse in the Roney Plaza were the parents of
Morris Lansburgh, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lansburgh.
Internationally known author Victor H. Lindlahr, of Miami Beach,
celebrated his "first" birthday at Miami Springs Villas with wife
Helene. Lindlahr, of 4746 Alton rd., has written two books that each
sold more than a million copies. His latest, "Calorie Countdown," pub-
lished in January by Prentice-Hall, is off to a fast start toward the
mai. ic "million" mark.
* *
HERE AND THERE: Leo Fenstcr scored a fine 75 at Doral to
make his tournament bow in the Doral $50,000 Open, current at the
new Miami country club and resort, with the world's greatest golfers.
Seymour Rubin scored a 75 also, to earn the medal in the qualify-
ing round for the Bayshore championship. He'll be a tough man to beat.
Most improved of the young-oldsters at Bayshore, perennial vis-
itor Ed Glickstein. Shot a 38 the other afternoon on the long front
nine at Bayshore. How do you like a man at 70 hitting the ball 20
yards further than he did five years ago? That's Glickstein's achieve-
ment under the eagle eye of his pro, John Conti.
Many friends of Nate Feeman, the veteran pro, and long-time
teacher at Bayshore, are curious about Nate's sudden absence at the
course. He's gone to New York to start a new post at Saks-Fifth Ave.
Nate was summoned by Ben Hogan to take charge of a new depart-
ment featuring Hogan's golf goods. This "break" couldn't happen to
a nicer guy. Good luck, Nate Feeman.
WAITER WEISS
Kam Coordinates
Convention Event
The appointment of Hyman Kam
as special coordinator for the local
hospitality arrangements in con-
lection with the
biennial conven-
'ion of the Na-
ional Jewish
Welfare Board
wa s announced
by A. Budd Cut-
ler, president of
the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Com-
m u n i ty Center,
host agency lor
KAM the event.
Kam has been active in many
phases of Center leadership, hav-
ing served on its board of directors
for many years, president of the
Miami Branch Golden Age Friend-
ship Club, and volunteer coordina-
1 tor for the JWB Armed Service:
work at the Veterans Hospital.
Kam will resign from his post as
president of the Golden \
in order to undertake the respon-
sibilities involved in the conven-
tion preparations. The convention
opens here Apr. 4.
Weiss Predicts
Added Growth
County Commissioner Walter
Weiss, predicting "progress for
South Dade in the next four years
that will exceed the previous 20
years," announced Tuesday that
he will be a candidate for reelec-
tion to his District 4 post.
In the past four years, Weiss
said, "a solid foundation has beep,
laid for the long-term future of
South Dade. It has been fascin-
ating to play a role in laying tha'.
foundation, and I want very much
to be on the county commission to
finish the job."
The next few years, he said,
should see "four great overall pro-
jects come to fruition four pro-
jects that will make South Dado
one of the most prosperous and
fast-growing areas in the nati
Accordig to Weiss these include
industrial development, now so im-
minent with the announcement by
Aerojet-General, Seadade Refinery,
and other business giants that they
will build in South Dade; advanced
planning, now completed on South
Dade's first major civilian airport.
expected to be completed with fed-
eral matching funds west of Home-
stead this autumn; rapid develop-
ment of South Dade's road net-
work to service the growing area;
continuation of the outstanding
water resources and flood control
projects so vital to South Dade
and its growing needs.
CBS Report to be Shown
"Thunder on the Right." the re-
cent CBS Report, will he shown at
a brunch of the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday.
10:30 a.m., in the Temple Audi-
torium.
Gulf stream Sets
Top Handicap
A preview of a good many Flor-
ida Derby candidates and ::he top
grass event of the current meeting
provide the twin features of the
third week of the Gulfstream Park
meeting.
The Fountain of Youth Stakes or.
Wednesday was the vehicle which
paraded top three year-olds over
the mile and a sixteenth distance,
among them numerous eligible! be.
ing tested for the sterner Flor
Derby which is scheduled Mar. 31
at a mile and an eighth.
Saturday's feature will be the
Donn Handicap, a test ;.: a mile and!
a half on the turf course and from
the 53 eligibles to this $35,000 add-
ed event, it is expected that a doz-
en will answer the call.
Mrs. Moody Jolley's Ridan and
Fred W. Hooper's Admiral's Voy-
age head the list of possible pros-
pects for the Fountain of Youth.
Meadow Stable's Sir Gaylori also
is among the nominees, but is not
expected to be ready tor this race
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fJewisti fhridliain
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J$ar A: a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian wi!! present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Eas Mitzvsh.
F.-cuests should be addressed to "Corsage \t You," P.O. Bex
" umi 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the pane
c; 'he Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and pla> a ceremony,
address and telephone number. The corsage will be
.-'ded, to. you, courtesy of Biackstone Flower. iir.ifisjn-tim*
fcr the occasion.
Czr">\ Levin
Mar.
24. at
the B
dordecai Podtt oin-
A
loin at Shenandoah Junior
Carol is a membt r of the -
council and plays clarinet in ihe
school band.
S! i< a rad le of the Tem-
pl< '.- religious school and a fresh-
lebri She is past
.
tor of You
'!' i s junior ycuth
i
.
I
Anthony Gcller
Lee, son of Mrs. 819 79th ter. ieller, of New h - Har and y :.
; S^fHH
Tern
r Tamid I-* mm i -
vi
r /nrhony teller
h
. loberman Win \n Surfsk
'- j
:" (a
..; ..... 11 cted Sidney
term as mayor
received 665 votes out of
. ; 1.084 ballots cast. This
record outpouring for the
hip, which lists 1,157 eligible
voters.
Louis Hoberman, incumbent
councilman, came in second,
with 598 votes, and was reelec-
ted to a four-year term. Two of
these, he will serve as assistant
mayor.
I r
. ".. se, who .
ed 5-l(i talli Kenneth Wolis,
301.
Runnersup were Mrs. Irene War-
ren. 285: Lee Pathman. 260; and
Mrs. Frances Medow, 82.
Three amendments to the Surf-
side charter were also passed.
| principal among them a recom
mendation to establish specia
assessment procedures allowing
Surfside to tax property owners
who have benefited by improve-
iments in their section.
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Leonard Rosen, Hebrew Academy building chairman, pre-
sents a plaque tc Mrs. Louis Merwitzer and son, Charles, ct
the Hebrew Academy dedication dinner Sunday evening at
the Deauville hole!. Louis Merwitzer, in mourning for the
less of a brother, did not attend Sunday's event where, as
rmen of the building campaign, he was to be cited fcr
-i and self sacrifice in bri hi ....:.-

flaps
( I ;
.
iad<
r, Sterl
liis overall campaign manager,
Tom Quinn, civic leader and for-
mer council member of North Mi-
ami, will head the campaign in his
area. Others to head sectional
committees are:
Bill Stevenson. North Miami
Beach; George Kastenbaum, Mi-
ami Beach; Sanford Muchnick,
North Dade; Glenn Lynch, Hia-
leah; Joe Tomassi, Homestead;
Dick Barest, Perrine and Cutler
Ridge; Ray VandeZeyde. Little
River; Joe Palank. Allapattah and
Opa-Locka; Bob Wolfe, South Mi-
ami and Coral Gables; and Jerry
Kogan, Southwest.
Academy Dinner
Brings Funds
To $900,000
More than 1,000 persons heard
entertainer Sam Levenson com-
mc-nt n "The Value of Traditional
Home Life" al a dedication dinner
>y ot Greater
at the Dean*
villi
d the packed
room for ress-
. Sound
Spat Age.''
He said. "S'aMina my career
as a school teacher, and new as a
humorist arc1 entertainer, I have
come to the conclusion that our
chi'drcn must be arrr.cd with a
sound religious and moral train-
ing in order to provide the intel-
ligent and knov.i.dgeable lead1-
t. ship our American Jewish com-
munity needs so badly."
heard a taped
iccor ouk,
:.f-
on
. D..y
enl
i i
.
I
the new He-
which had ribbon-
g cert ;id at
the school's new site, 24th st. and
Pin* Tree dr.
Chairmen and organizers for
Hebrew Academy Dedication
Week were Harry Genet, Sam
Rcinhard, Miss Lillian Goodman,
Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mortimer
May, Louis Rudnick, Jacob Fish-
man, Irving Firtel and Mrs. Ger-
ald Soltz.
Maurice Revitz and Leonard Ro-
sen, co-chairmen of the week, an-
nounced "$900,000 has been collect-
| ed. and we hope to reach our $1,-
[ 000.000 goal before students move
I into the new building next month."
Eye Institute To Held Dance
Bclfouria Gilad, Israeli sing-
er and dancer, entertained at
en "Israeli Night Under the
Stcrs" sponsored Sunday by
Kinneret chapter of Mizrachi
Women's Organisation in
Westbrooke Country Club.
Guberman Puts
Hat in Ring
Reuben Guberman, of 11320 SW
46th st., Miami, has announced his
candidacy in the District 1 race for
county commis-
sion.
The 35-year-old
candidate is head
of his own firm,
Safeguard Busi-
ness Systems,
and has received
national recogni-
tion as a business
writer.
"I am for sta
bility in govern
ment," Guber-
man declared this week. "I am
tired of seeing the county adminis-
tration living on the defensive."
Guberman declared that he is
"pro-Metro," and that "we must
have property reevaluaticn in or-
der to protect the small homeown-
er."
Guberman is married to the
former Tamara S. Sherman, a
University of Miami graduate.
Second annual dinner dance of
the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
will be held Sunday in the Grand
ballroom of the Fontainebleau ho-
tel. Chairmen arc Mrs. Rhoda M.
Lcvine and Mrs. Rena B Broidy.
Pr< e< i Is will go toward thi
chase of book? for the ophthalmol-
ibrary in the Institute, now
10 bt i.-:- furnished with
the first benefit
year.
inc rge of res.
erval

I
Molly Picon's
M1SH-MASH
We allI v 11least one relative from :' e old com try whose
life is a t lage. In
c ir family, it was Grandma. I remem : her put
up her own jams and jellies, th< ', some of .the f as-
,' atii g 1 ds she put on the jars, like "Blegl erra," 'Stea-
berra" and other strange sounding fruits. Yes, she was quite
a bahbusteh, my grandmother. Besides being a bustling
homemaker, she was also a socialite, businesswoman, mother,
and it shouldn't Lc a total less, a charter member of Hadassah.
One morning she said, "Molly, today I'm going to a launch-
lug." "Well," I thought, 'Grandma gets around, but you
really have to be somebody important, like the governor's
wife, to get invited to a launching/' Then I realized what
she meant. "Grandma," I said, "not launching, luncheon."
"That's exactly what I said, launching. I never could pro-
nounce my W's so good."
Whether vou pronounce it "launching" or "luncheon," one
way to make it a smash hit is to serve tire girls a salad plate
made with Rokcach Rings O'Whitefish. It's an all white-
fish gelilte fish, the finest you can buy. That you can be sure
of because Rokcach has been making gcfilte lish since 1870,
and they're past masters. Arrange the fish on a bed of lettuce,
put a radish rose in the center of each ring, garnish with
carrot curlicues, parsley sprigs ... be real artistic. You didn't
think I had such fancy ideas about food, did you? I may be
a journalist, but after all, I'm a woman, too.
"^Wtj
T.S. If you can't fmd Rokcach products where you shop,
just write to me. Give me the name of the store, and
I'll see to it that they stock Rokcach from now on,
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*Jet*1st nnridnar
Friday. March 23, 1962
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Israel in Major
Role in Africa,
Carl Alpert Says
.Israel is playing a major role m
improving relations between the
West ana the nations of Africa,
according to Carl Alpert. assistant
to the president of Technion, Is-
juel Institute of Technology.
. Addressing a luncheon hosted
recently by Jacob Rifkin.and at-
tended by Greater Miami support-
ers of Technion. Alpert described
what he called "Israel's Point
Tour'' program to the underdevel-
oped nations of Africa.
"In the last four years. Israel
has established an interesting
new kind of relation with 30
countries of Africa and Asia,"
A pert explained. "It involves
syncing cf hundreds of Israeli en-
gineers, architects, teachers, and
other experts to these nations,
and receiving several thousands
* their citizens in Israel's
schools."
At the core of thi= program, Al-
ien explained, is Technion, Is-
only technological training
center.
Technion educators have taken
over direction of a number of tech-
nical schools in Africa." Alpert
said. "These people need help
and they won't seek it from colonial
powers. They don't want it from
Russia or the United Stales be-
cause small nations just don't trust
big countries."
stead, Alpert said, these new
nations have turned to Israel
itself a small country recently
Through the throes of liberation
and statehood.
"This has put a tremendous bur-
den on Technion," Alpert said.
Israel needs all its engineers
and teachers. But through this
program, Israel wins friends and
strengthens the democratic
world."
Beginning in 1962. Alpert said,
Technion will open special courses
in African engineering with the
emphasis on agriculture.
"Little Israel cultivates every
possible acre." Alpert said, "so we
know how to assist African nations
who must plant farms on rocky
hillsides."
This year, 40 African students
have begun 4-year courses, taught
in English, in agricultural engineer-
ing at Technion, Alpert concluded.
Hail to Launch
Campaign Here
With th< theme. "First Call for
Hall," .- pporters and friends will
join with Commissioner Charles
"Chuck" Hall in launching bis
campaign for U.S. Congress from
Dade county's new 3rd Con
iional District, north of 20th St.,
, at a breakfast Saturday at Miami
Springs Villas Playhouse
Hall, who officially qualified as
a candidate for the new Congres-
sional .-eat last week, said that lie
would reveal his campaign strat-
egy and key platform planks at
! the meeting,
"I am looking forward to
meeting with my many friends
and supporters, and I am cer-
tain they will be as enthusiastic
as I am with our program and
plans for the future of Dade
covaty," Hall said.
Hall was elected to the Dade
County Commission in J.956. He
has been active in youth work and
is a member of the Executive
Council of the Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica.
Ho has served as Dade count \
chairman of March of Dimes
Dade county chairman for thi
Heart Assn., Dade county cam-
paign chairman for Multiple Scler-
osis. Dade county director of Uni-
ted Fund, and sponsor of the Chuck
Hall Clinic in Israel.
Officers and directors of Hatikvah Lodge at
their first annual installation banquet Sunday
evening al the Carillon hotel. Seated (left to
right) are Robert L. Grover, secretary; Judah J.
Sweet, fourth vice president; Max Marin, first
vice president; Joseph B. Gorinstein, president;
Harold S. Caplan, third vice president; Eman-
uel Mentz. second vice president; and Frank
H. Kravjt, trustee. Standing (left to right) are
Dr. Oscar Cowen, Samuel S. Gc".dberg, Judge
Frederick Bcrad, Alexander Sc.ier, Nat Tro-
vers Eer/arr/r Schwedel, Robert Litt, Jack R.
Glick, installing officer, EH Kcmmer, Lou^s
Lev:!, Meyer L. Cherkas, chaplain, Louis Ros-
er.burr.. Isadore Levin, Jack G:or, Nathan
Golr.mcr., William E. Harris ."oseph Gould.
Charles E. Kaufman, tieas_:er, and Jack
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Benz Running
For Legislature
Formal announcement has been
made of the candidacy of Jack
Benz of No. Miami Beach for the
office of State House of Represen-
atives, Group 1,1
n the Republican
mmary.
Benz will be
1111 n i ii g as a
ioldwater Con-
ervative Repub-
ican and will
ampaign specifi-
cally "against
Federal control
HtNl "' education,
Federal control
of agriculture, the welfare state
and any area not specifically dele-
gated to the Federal Government
by the U.S. Constitution."
He is for "personal responsibili-
ty and private initiative, free en-
terprise, guarantees of rights and
responsibility to both majority and
minority groups."
A manufacturers representative,
Bei / ciivcrs the State of Florida
-::d ihe Island of Puerto Rico. He
s active in many anti-Communist
pa locally and acts as coordi-
ator for an and Communist
speakers bureau in Greater Dade
: nd Broward county.
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El presented
its third annual musical revue and Purim
party Sunday evening. Front row (left to
light) are Diane Barnes, Karen Karkeet, Shearl
Arnold, Marion Broome, Debbie Raichien,
Mrs. Sol Weger, Mrs. Sam Miller, Dolores
Lowe, Mrs. Philip Kostick, Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
president, Mrs. Louis Hoberman, and Mrs.
Leo Paul. Standing are Ronald Tendrich, Thel-
ma Kaai, Sam Miller, Anita Karns, Goldie
Indgin, Minerva Cohen, Fannie Ames, pro-
ducer director, Mrs. Solomon Schill, Mrs. Wil-
liam Swimmer, Morris Friedman, Arrvolla
Van Deusen, and Donald Tendrich. Appear-
ing the production but not shown were Tova
and Yolanda Simcoff.
Cheer Plays Critical of Anti-Semitism
AT IIOO TO** IVCUVWHCM
He Surges 1o Lecd

petitii
11 .1.
FRANKFURT(JTA)-A play
which indicts anti-Semitism as in-
human received premier perform-
ances in three leading West Ger-
man cities recently and vigorous
praise from audiences and drama
critics. By the end of the current
theater season, tiie play, "Andor-
ra," will have been orasented on
25 West German stages.
The initial perf')vn,n"ces '"o
presented in Frankfurt, Munich
and Dusseldorf. The Frankfurt
audience sat in stum ed silenc at
the end of the play and then burst
into tremendous rounds of ap-
plause. There wee 40 curl in
calls for the cast..
"Andorra," writer by Max
Frisch, concern'. yMjr boy
who is brought to *! imaginary
vill^c,? of Andorra by a school-
teacher who introd. eb t.:-> chile!
as a Jewish boy saved from dis-
aster. The ch'W is really the
teacke. HWoiriaMre Wkl. As
he tows ur> in I the child
suffers from vejly deetU of ai:
Semitism aim?d at him by the
villager1:. When his cowardly
father finally confesses 4hat ihc
child is really an "Aryan." .the
aiiti-Semific villagers are onwi!1
ing to believe the child is not a
lew,
ill. pi >' lent .
must face the fact that the boy
they have been tormenting as a
Jew is one of them. The boy and
the town are ruined by the intoler-
ance, hatred and prejudice.
In addition to its performances
in West Germany, the author ar-
ranged a presentation in Haifa, is
working on an American premier
and has set an Austrian premier
in Vienna on Mar. 28.
The Augsburg Zcitung declared
that "the German postwar stage-
has finally produced a play which
can stand tip against the competi-
tion of American and French play-
wrights." Critic Erich Lissner.
writing in the Frankfurt Rund-
schau, declared that the play high-
lighted the problem that the Ger-
mans "have learned all too little
from the past misdeeds and the in-
jdividuals who cooperated with the
j Nazis during the Hitler period
have not accepted their guilt."
Judge Turner Slated
Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Assn. was
to have a dinner meeting th.s
j Thursday. 7 p.m., at the Sorrento
restaurant. Judge Jack Turner
| was to speak on "The Functior;
and Operations of the Metro Couit
System."
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Friday- March 23. 1962
+Jewisii Meridian
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICI
------TJoTICe BV PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
J EVENTHTjUO CIAL. CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 13SS
, vNK B, FROST,
Plaintiff.
>M IBB
rHOMAH
I in koort N Y
V iu THOMAS E F*l '
.,1 tl I "
'i iivorce '- ""'' i
nd you are
I yoUl '
till of C I ': '
rne: i ." j
.,.:, la and file
In ,; a "leading
, of "" '
t on or I 2nd day ol
1962. II '" '"
. t.; bj i will be taken
: demand I
mil of Compl Unt
nol i I mllshed
eek for I tlve weeks
i jEWian in
,jjE \N i I I..... : Hatnl,
i- | I I :' Ft b :
: > [AN, Clerk.
ti Com t, Da Florida
By M V CRIBi
iMp'.
RLES M KEI i.V
1 K. 41 li Avenue,
: Florida
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LEGAL NOTICE
Symbolic o* its airline mission, this El Al Israel Airlines Boe-
ing "07 intercontinental jet shows its reflection in a small
puddle on its first takeoff from the Boeing plant in Renton,
Wash. The El Al 707's have, for a year now, been making a
mere puddle of the Atlantic Ocean, flying the longest regularly
scheduled, non-stop airline service in the world, from Nw
York to Tel Aviv, a distance of 5,760 statute miles. The big
blue and white jet, carrying the winged Star of David, is the
third 707 to be added to El Al's growing fleet. The airline also
has two smaller Boeing 720B's on order.
'. THE COLNrv JLOOE5' COURT
IN AND F0 DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.OA IN pOBATE.
No S519B- :
'
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.t--.ll
NOTICE TO '. E3 -ORS
.
tie or '
. nd earn
and "' an;
nd d ill '
of you mains) t li
. of A I I '"'TIS
.1 late "i j!- inty. Xen
1 to the I I'M ible foul
' net of Dade Counl nd I
. in their ofli in the l
ouse In Dad iunty, f
all all i" i monthi from the
of the first nunfl ation hereof
-. i claims or i to contain
.:.,! addi ess ol lalmant an I
be sworn to and presented as
- iid, or aame III be barred
t- Section 733.16 ol the 1946 Pro-
I Act.
.1 Februarj "A. A r>. 1962.
DANtKI, ON "IN
A- An.ilLir Bxe ii ir of the Last
Will and Teatamenl of ABRAHAM
ENT1N, Deceased.
K >VNBR* MANNHHlMKIl
I i coin Koad
Beach, Plot i'l i
mi. v~ for Ancill iry Executor
3 2-9-18-93
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN NO *OR OADE COUNTY.
F_0=t 31 i\ PR09ATE
Nj 55327. C
"40T CS ""3 CREDITORS
Ml

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if you
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. .. ;i IRENNKR

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Ida. I he Honu unt> Judges
ind file the ranw In
- the Count} Court-
n 11 trie iunt). Florida, with-
in eix months from the dale
.' Icatlon ii......>r. Knld
' irt'ls I., contain the
-. .1 the claimant and 10
iv n i iwesented as afon -
said, or sup will he barred.
Dated March -I. A.I'. 1982,
RPRBVV I. HI'.KNNi:!!
As Executrix of the l.a-i Will and
1 llrennei
; 1
: lANIEL MAI. HELLER
hi Alnale> Building
Ml.-imi 32, Florida
A-- 1 } 1 Executrix
8 83-30, 4 6-13
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NSTME LAW
N, .TICE 1- HEREBT QIVEX thai
gi 1 desiring to engage In
business nriei the fictitious name ol
REMARK OAH18 RESTAl'RANT al
1040 8iW. lOTtU Avenue, Miami In-
tends said name ith the
rHsrk if the Circuit Court of Dade
Florid 1
: ir JE P K !'..v \l BR
ih iur
:-ii>. 4 8-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 203'
V ,1,1 AW .T. S*HEI!UAL1S.
Miff,
vs.
I 1TR0DH SHEHIAliI-.
Ii umlaut.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
; 1 truile Sherg ills
1 eatnut 81 Apr. UN
1 'hlcufio, Illinois,
Gertrude ShergaHa, are hr-
1 notified that n Hill of Complaint
1 Dlvoroa baa 1......1 nwd aRalnst
and >"i ur.. required i" serve n
ol your Answer or Pleading t-
t BUI of Complaint on the Plaint-
1 attorney, Owen s Krt-ed, Esq.,
I- in jh*'. sr.5 fnlvwrsi'v Drive, Coral
1 lies, Florida, and file the origtaeil
a awer or i'lesdtim tr th* ofHoe of
1 Clerk of the Otrcutt Court on or
fore the 2nd day of April. IMS.
? 'ii fail to do so, Judgment by default; ;.\N iasdCIATION,
v ill be taken agarnin yon for th<- re-
If ilrinandi'd in the Bill of Com-
P ilnt.
This notice shall he published onre
ei i: week for four consecutive weeks
1 THE .11:WISH PM.oRiniAN.
[>ONB AND ORDERED at Miami,
F irlda, this 2fitb day of Febrogry,
A 11. 1962,
K. Fi. I.EATHBRMAN. Clerk.
'Ircuit Court, Dade Coanty, Florida
< 1 > By: 1. 8 DePIETRO
Deput] 1 'i.-ik
' EN B FREBD, KSQ.
NOTICE TO DEFEND or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 2978
ELDER OBI 1R1 IE HI I I-.
1'ial I in.
\ a.
EL1ZAKKTH llll-l'.
1 ..i endaut.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Pi 1 EI.IZARETII IH'Kl
Apt. 120; 234 v> Adams Blvd.
Lob Angi li s, I "allfornla
You, BMZAUKTH HL'Fr', are hi n
in noil I led thai 11 BUI of Complalni
;,',, Divorce has been filed agalnsl
you, > 11 1 you are required to serve
a copj "i your Answer or Pleading i"
the liill ol Complaint on the Plaint-
iffs Attorney, Sanford M. Swerdlm,
S|9 Seybold Bullning, Miami :'.2. Flor-
ida and file toe original Answer "i
Pleading In the ofti.-. ..1 the Clerk ..1
;h. 1 in nil Colirl on or before the
23rd ibiv of April, 1M*. If you full to
do so, Judgment by default wUI be
taken against you for the relle......
munded In the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onoe
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEW18H I M.uHIHI AN.
DONE ANIi ORDEMBD it Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of March A.D.
' E. H. I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, I >ade Counts B lorida
(aal) By: HELEN KESSO.ER
lVputv ilerk
.; 83 '80, 1 6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54786
IN RE; Estate of
1 ;kni.\ TANNER
I teceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are herebj notified and requir-
ed to i-ia-.s.-ji! an) Blaimi god ii.imui.N
whleh you may have against tht es-
iai. ,, 1IEN i.\ TANN BR di 1 eased
late "i Bt, Joseph County, Florida, t*
the County Judges of Dade County.
and file the sain.- in duplicate and as
provided In Section 783.16, Florida
statutes, iii their offices In the Coun-
ij Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here.
of, or the sain,- win be barred,
1 i.i ..I at .Miami. Florida, this tih
.lav ..f February, A.I 1, l6I
BERNARD OPPBRMAN
As Administrator
MIl.Ti IN A. FRIEDMAN
Attornej for Estate of Oenla Tanner
llll Ainsley Building
M ia 1111 ::^. h lorida
3 23-30, I 8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tli*> undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
INSTAI.i'i' al 3688 B. 11th Avenue,
Hialeaii. Fla., intends to register said
name with tin Clerk of the Clrcuil
c.uit ol 1 'aoe 1 'unity, Florida
INTERN ATII -N A I. STRl'l "PL'RAL
AI.I'MIM \1 Cl lUI'l ill.V I'll 'N
( A Michigan Corp. 1
Calvin Sllber, 1'r.s. Sole Owner
ALBERT I. ROHEN
Al torne> for Applicant
:!" Lincoln Road
3 83-30, 1 8-13
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate yoaxr
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
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lor messenger service
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 0 VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens -
in business and- r the flctltloti
if MR. Ki >1 at Ii -1 B 1
Boulevard, Miami. FI irids
register said name with the Cle
the Circuit Co trt of i> le
Florida,
U-TOTEM BEACH 1 I IR
B> : Irving F tv ie; g, Pi
DANIEL BBPL-ER
tun Hialiah Drive
iiiai. ah, FI01 Ida
Attornej f"> L'-Tote'm Beach (
Richard M. Sepli r, if tunsel
.- -.;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engH
business iinilei I In fictitious name of
SECOND AVB. TV al 99 N.W, 11 li
St In '"ii> of Miami. I- la Intends to
, 1 name with the I l.i k of 1
1 :. 1 'ircuit Court "f l'ad, Count). |
Duletl al .Miami. Fla., this
'1,1, das < Man h, 1962
EDWARD W K I.I '.II'
:: 83-80, I 8-13
University Drive
al Gables, Florida
ney for Plaintiff
3/2-9-16-2::
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 2135
FREDA Q, PARR.
Plaintiff,
WILLIAM ALBERT PARR,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1" WILLIAM ALBERT I'ARR
117R Fairmont Avenue
Sherbrooke,
Quetoe*-, I'unadn
Von. WILLIAM AI.HKRT PARR.
a-e hereby notified that n Fin of
C .1,,,iaint for Divorce ha hern filed
against you, and you are required to
1 v h copy Of your Answer or
C ulinK to the Hill of Compkiint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. FINKKI.
ami 1:1.kin, i;ik Hade Federal Bulld-
b :. 101 K. Klait'er St., Miami S2,
F: irlda and file the original answer
01 Pleading In the office of the Clerk
J the Circuit Court on or bet.,re the
' lay of April, ltl if you fall to
'l 10, Judgment by default Will be
iik.n agalnsl you for the relief ds-
n unled In ihe Hill of Complaint.
1 his noti.e shall be published once
e a week for four consecutive weeks
Is THE JEWIffH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian
P" irlda. this 88th day of Fobraur.
A l>. 1962.
E. B LRATWWRMAN, Clerk,
lit Cant. IHrdo Comity, Florida
ty Clerk
3/2--l-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FDR OADE COUNTY.
FLORlOA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 3058
SADIE LAPIDL'Sf,
Plall '
GEORGE LAPIDIT8, DADE FED-
I \,. SAVIN' IS AND LOAN
, ASSOCIATION 1 IF MIAMI.
I ;,{!:A PKi: MIAMI FEDERAL
, I SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSm'IA-
; 1'ie.V. and AMERICAN SAVINGS
Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO DEFEND
Sou, aBXHROE l.Ai'ii'is. are here-
by notified that a Complaint for Dis-
cover] to Beclara Mortgage Paid and
Ratified, to Establish Constructive
Tiust and Further Equltabe Relief
has been filed against you. and you
required to serve a copy "t your
,r pie idlng to the Complaint
.1 the PlaHntlffs attorney, MIl.roN
\kthi r. FRIED 510 Ain-le> Build-
ing, Miami 82, Florida, and rile the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the ci.rk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 83rd day of
,! i9(2, I: you r. it to do so.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that
lersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1 i:i:i:i'M.\N s CLEANERS at 1718
iMth si 1 auseway. Miami. Florida in-
tends to reglsti r said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida. ......
FREKDM \N S DRY CLEANERS
Cl >MMERCIAL A LAIN'MO I <>RI
S.,|e I iwn.-r
HAl'.i ILD STRPMPF
Attorney for Applicant ^ ( o_i;.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT OTVEN lha
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business undi
RICHARD H
IBsrd si No
lend- to register
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2905
VIOLA Bl*B,
Plaintiff,
vs.
1ISCAR l:i'i:.
1 lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl 1 isi'Ait r.i'i:
|V) Hill Apartments. Apt II".
8in Mi. Vernon Place
New ark. New J i s<>
You, OSCAR BUB, are hereby 110-
I t ii ifl that a Bill of I'omplaint for l>l-
vorce has been filed agalnsl you, and
you are required to serve s cops of
your Answer or Pleading to the Hill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, ANGELO A Al.l. 400 Ainsley
Building, Miami 82, I lorida, and file
ih.....Iglnal Answei or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Cli 1 ill
Court on or before the 88rd daj of
April, 1982 if you fall to do so. Judg-
ment b) default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Hill of 1 'ompl.iinl.
This notice -hall le- published once
each we.k for foui consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18th day of March, A.D.
1962.
1: 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit 1 'oui 1. I lade Counts 1- l"i Ida
is.all ItJ : HELEN KESKLER
ji.putx Clerk
ANGELl A Al.l
I Ait. rney for PlalntlH
|en Alnslej Building
Miami :::'. I- lorida
:: 33-10, I 8-18
the fictitious nam. ol
l'KN7.F,l. at III" N.E.
Miami Beach. Fta., In-
sald name with the
Clerk Of the circuit Court Of Dade
CountV, Florida __
TENZEI. PROTB8BIONAL
A SSI MATli >N
la Fla. Professional Corp. 1
Sole owner
Lew. Leventhal, Goldstein Krasner
Attorneys for Applicant
,0Ni l.i:'.rd St.. N M.sK _jo_ 4/<_u
be taken
eiiiauded
Apul. 1982. It you inn
judgment bj lefaull will
against you for the rellel
in the Complaint
.. -hill be published onj e
, ,, h e.-k fi-r four <.....secutive weeks
In THE JKVMSH W.ORIDIAN.
IU.NF AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 21st day of March, A.D.
19t>.
K R l.KATHRRMAN. Clerk
circuit curt, Dade County. lorida
itmH) B) : HELEN EBMLER
Deputv Clerk
MILTON ARTHUR FRIED
SHI Ainsley Building
Minim .12. l'loi Ida
Attorney for HH.ntlff 3 ,,,., 4 ,.^1:;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Probate No. 46677-B
IN UK:
Guardianship of
SANlUt \ BROOKS, a Minor.
NOTICE
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the
guardian i" 'he above matter nevstng
been deceased and new guardian
having la-en appointed for the minor
111 the state of her present residence,
of New York, the undersigned
petitioner will move the Court t"
transfer all funds to the New York
guardian and pay an attorney fee and
otherwise, close out the within mat-
ter on the 20th day of April. 1962.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for B
llll Ainshy HuikliiiK
Miami 32, Florida
3/23-30, C6-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 2120
,1. I. Klsl.AK MORTGAGE
CORPORATION lF FLORIDA,
Plaintiff,
GEORGE W. SCHUBERT and MARY
11. SCHUBERT, his wile,
Defendants. ___
NOTICE OF SUIT
l-i 1 George VV. Schubert and
Mary D. Schubert, his wife
7889 Hamilton Avenue
Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified thai the
above captloned action has been In-
stituted agalnsl you In the < Ircuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit of FJor-
ida in and for I'ade County to fore-
close a mortgage upon the lollowlnt
descrfewd real property: ,._.,.
Lot :l Block 7C NORWOOD FIFTH
ADDITION SKi-TION TWo. ac-
cording to the Plat thereof, record-
ed in Plat Hook 86 at Pnge 109 of
the Public Records of Dad. County,
Florida.
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs complaint with the
( lerk of the aforesaid Court, and
erve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
aitoine. MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor
Hide Federal Hullding. Miami 12,
Florida not later than April 2. 1981 or
a Decree Pro Confesso will be enter-
ed auainst you.
lined: February 2.. 1962.
E. P. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
,seal) I- K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINF
Attorney for Plaintiff
14th Floor l>nde Federal Building
Miami 82, Florida
3/2 9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 55474-C
in RE: Estate "f
HENRY A LASKO,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit..!- and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami requir-
ed !> pi.-, in aii.i claims ami de-
mands whtl h you may have agalnsl
the estate of HENRY A. LASKO de-
ceased late of Pad. County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file th. same in duplicate and is
provided In Section 738.16, FI.....la
Statutes, iii their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Hade County. Flor-
ida, within -i\ calendai month* from
the tune of the first publication here-
of, Ol He same will be liari.d
Dated 81 Miami. Florida, this 13th
das of March, A.D. 1962
( ISCAR I. LA SKI 1
A- Executor
TALIANOl I-. WALLER .< 1.ITMAN
Attorneys for Executor
1211 I.inc..In ltd Miami Beach, Fla.
", 88-80, I 6-18
IN THECIRCUITCOURTOF--E
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL C'RCU'- 0 r
FLORIDA IN AND FOP OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERv.
No. 62C 1168
THE WILLIAMSBI .
SAVINGS BANK
Plaintiff,
EDWARD RAYMI IND HA1
BUI SEN1A SISSI H IN
H Ife, et al.
I let*, ndan" B.
NOTICE OF SU T
Tl i l ierald Lee KI laj n i S
Kllday, his Ife
c .. Mr John w Thompt
Route =1. Ashfoi d, Maba
You are hen notified tl the
above captloned acl Ion lias bi en i -
siiiiiie.i against you in the i I
Court of the Judicial Circuit of Fli
Ida in and ior l lade County to fo
.lose a mortgage upon thi following
a. ... ribed real prop-rty:
Lot 20, Block 12, PIN B T rt K K
MANOR SECTION THREE accord-
ing to the Plat thereof, recorded in.
Plat Book 65 at Page of the Pub-
lic Records of Had.- County, Florid*,
together with Frlgldalre Refriger-
ator FI-122-58 and Frlgldalre Wash-
er WCI-58
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs .....npl.iint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, "A
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff*
attorney martin fink, tith
Dade Federal Building, Mlam
Florida, not later than April 2 1962,
or a Decree Pro Confl----- Will be ell-
tered agalnsl you
Dated: February 86, l 162
K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Flor u
tseal) B: K. M LYMAN,
Deput] Clerk
MARTIN PINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
I Ith Floor I 'ade Fedi I ng
Miami 12, Florida
;.'-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2121
CARTBRBT SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RONALD E GARDNER attd AVIS I
GARDNER, his wife, st al,
1 lol'endnnts.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Robert ii. U'inn. as Trustee In
Hankruptoy for Mason Mortgage
* Investment Corp.
1021 Tower Building
1405 K. Street. N \\
Washington, D.C.
You are hereby notified that the
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 528668 C
in RE: Estate of
NATHAN N. TltAl'MAN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
fil.d nn Final Report ami PetllIon
for Distribution and Final Discharge
a. Executrix of the estate of NA-
THAN" N Ti:.w MAN. deceased: and
that mi the 29ih day ol March. 1982,
will appl) to the Honorable County
.ludg.- of Dade County, Florida, tor
approval Of said Final Report and
i.,i distribution and final discharge
a- Executrix of the estate of the
above-named decedent. This Mth day
of Februar>. 1982.
FRANCKS F TP.At'MAN.
Executrix
JOSEPH A VON AltX
Attorney
:.>_' Piscayne Huildlng
Miami, Florida
.'-16-23
aline caption.d action has been In-
stituted agalnsl you in the circuit
Court of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Dade County to fore.
lose a mortgage upon the following
described real property:
Lot ,. Hlock 13, CORRECTED PLAT
l IF Pd.l >CK IS, cARl H. CITY. I -
cording to the plat thereof, n
,,i in Plat Hook M at Page 98 il
the Public Records of Dade county,
l-loi'idu. together with Hutjioin-
ii Igerator EA 108
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with the
chrk of the aforesaid Court, and
.-, ve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor.
Dade Federal Building, Mian
Florida not later than April 8, 198! IT
a Decree Pro Confesso will be enter-
ed agalngl you
Dated: February 27. I94B.
B. B. LEATHER* VN
Clerk of the circuit Court
(seal) Bj : K. M LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
llth Floor Dade Federal Building
Miami It, Florida
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Friday. March 23, 1962 MmM /Inr/ofifrr? Page 7-B Bermans Get Citations Here Mr. ,:;.:: Mrs Hj man Be) i longtime residents : Mi Beach, wei ... it a n | reception tendei at their eri cffii i of the Nations Mao • evi Assn., ;...,. l)u I % %  ebem H< I ICongragal Uttahem, N.H CHalions wexe presented to them I in -"'T' %  "" •' •'•tfc.KMr.i. *e* vici in [unh< rinj %  •. i • iritual and charitable activities <: th< community of %  at well as I for %  %  ( • • no! suffering to needy haj fever ;. asthc victims." The Bermani ; mox e p:oDeer: traxaformation of Bethli '. ;soiate. rer communit; hii rhe; als< leaders in nd i 11 th< Bethlehem 1 %  The citations were presented by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Licht, com: of Providence, R.I., and %  n sid< I of the National Hay Fever Relief Assn : Mr. and Mrs. Basser. of F;.r Rockaway, L.I., president of the Bethlehem ew Congregation; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krulik. treasurer of i congregation, and chairman of] the board" oT the relief association; Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal jf the Hebrew Academy: and Louis Merwitzer, vice president of the Hebrew Academy. Getting into the act is a freguent occurrence :or children of pre-school age in the early childhood development program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Opportunities to perform before other chidren are among the many creative outets offered in this program at four different locations in Dade county now accepting registration for the fall term. At the North County Branch are (left to right) Lynn Oshins, Cara Lee Cohen. Florita Mendes, Steven LaBello. Ellen Golden. Barry Dresner. Carolyn Spector, Terri Sparber and David Glasserman. Agency Handles Morton Towers E. J. Schaeffer & Associates, advertising agency, has been appointed to handie ail local and national I advertising for Morten Towers. Located on Biscayne Bay at 15th st.. Morton Towers it one of the largest and most luxurious rental i apartments in Miami Beach, constaining 1.297 units, ranging from studios to palatial suites. Eerkrnan Names Committee Head n Rubin, of Miami Beacn, been named campaign chairthe committee to keep Bei kman as Justice ace for the 5:h district. I r< -.dent of the Civic League of Beach, vice president of the Presidi Council of Miami Beach, in is ;. member of the Miami Eiach Personnel Board, and a past piesident of the Miami Beach Taxpayers Assn. In 1960. he was voted Miami Beach's "Most Outstanding Citizen"' by the Taxpayer's group, and in the same year, was one of the 25 persons nominated for the "Most Outstanding Citizen of Dade County" award. Center Reveals Registration Date %  nts may now enroll their il iren for the fall term in the i. r!y childhood development pro. ..in of the Greater Miami Jewish unity Center, at either ot r I ranch locations, it was anil by Mrs. Harry Kaufman, inn an of the program. The service is offered to the comunity, according to Mrs. Kauf%  1 the belief that a group exiiier.ee tor the preschool child fcrs an invaluable opportunity :< i 'he child to find himself away from the protected environment of family." fhe program is conducted by a staff of teachers who are professionally trained in the field of working with very young children The program is conducted Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, throughout the school year. At some branches there is a full day program which continues daily until 4 p.m. Transportation in agency vehicles is available within certain areas. Boys and girls from three to six years of age are assigned to groups according to age level. At the fiveto-six year level there is a first grade readiness program. A midmorning snack is provided daily. In the all-day program, a hot lunch is served, and individual cots are provided for a rest period. Activities include indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts, blockbuilding, housekeeping and water i play, creative dramatics, music, rhythm and dance, storv-tellini' and rhyme*, tups and picnics, and celebration of American and Jewish holidays. A staff psychiatrist consults with the teaching staff on a regular basis to help achieve the maximum in each child's development. With small groups of ten children, opportunities are provided for each child to find self-expression, individual development and social achievement. YUBAN SALUTES The Simcha of Modern Israel FROM EILAT, on the Red Sea, '.he ships cf Solomon sailed with copper from his nearby mines and returned from myst.ca. Ophir laden with gold and gems and exotic goods. Today, tilet is a thnv.ng, growing seaport, destined to exceed its greatness of Biblical times when it was known as Ezion-geber. 1 Young Student Wins Polaroid The Polaroid camera won by DavWillens for 13 new. local subriptions to The Jewish Floridian, Will be a "lifetime treasure," says the young man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Willens, 479 NE 102nd St., Miami Shores. David, 12, is a seventh grade stu' ent at Horace Mann Junior High %  nd Is on the honor roll in scholarnip and citizenship. He attends Temple Israel, having started in junior kindergarten, and will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah next October. In addition to playing clarinet in ie -chool band and studying the I lano, David is a Boy Scout in Troop 47. Now he has a new hobby—instant ihotography with his Polaroid. "It was easy to get the subscriptions," he said—"almost as easy as to thoot with the Polaroid." Coral Way Tots To Offer Play On Wednesday morning, the Coral Way Jewish Center preschool will present a "Purimspiel," with kindergarten, pre-kindcrgarten and the nursery class participating. Registration is now being taken for the next school year Children from three to five and a half are eligible. There will he three reading rcadim ss kindergarten classes, three prc-kindergarlen classes and two mir-cry classes, Teachers have a Bureau of Jewish Education preschool license, and certification for kindergarten classes, Sratl oil si ct :,. v.) Beth Torch Camp Now Registering Registral i boys and girls from 6 to 12 is now open for Ha-Ge-Gah, Both Torah Congregation's summer day camp. Mrs. Robert Schwarti is camp committee chairman. The day camp will run for eight i weeks beginning June 25. and the daily schedule will include swimming, arts and crafts, dancing. dramatics and athletics. Bus trans| port at ion is available. KOSHER-PARVE 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...?.ged like t--.o best flavored wine and c u eese. Deep, dark delicious Yuban...every cp, every sip a joy in itself 1 YU BAN-The Simcha Coffee L f f'emiuni (:"ee ot '.'. eral iceds •



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Friday. March 23, 1962 *Jewist> nrrldfirin Page 3-B Youth Aliyoh committee for Miami Beach • cr c! Hadassah ere standing (left to Mrs. Joseph Gorinstein, Morton Towers; Joseph Walkow, Emma Lazarus; Mrs. Abraham Golub. Sbaloma; Mrs. Harry Kastan, Emma Lazcrus; Mrs. Benjamin Linde and Mrs. Rose Delierson, Stephen S. Wise. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Nat Barih, executive vice president, Beech chapter; Mrs. Abel Levin, Kei.rirf.a Szoid; I ving W I iund-ruisir.g cccc.r.ctc: chapter; Miss Li n Goodman, president. Beach chapter; Mrs, Mary Gerstman. Youth Aiiyah coordinator for chapter; Mrs. Minnie Lubell Kerzl; and Mrs. Ann Recback, Hannc Senesch. Annual Event Set for Menorah Temple Menonh trill nok: its lOih annual celebration banquet on Sum!a. in till V.poleon room cf the Deauville hotel. Chaired I Irs. Al Mechlowitz. the banqtu ; solicit%  ighting ceremony, "The Flaming Meni.ruh." conducted by Rabbi M : i Abrai; antor Edward Klein. Included ir, the program will be a pre-< nti daurice R< vitz, presidenl of Tempi Menorah, and Irs r.i.y Morse, sisterhoe •.. Hi blowitz teremonies. '• I senBilly Bi &ram. Faculty Will Perform ,:i Conservatory will present a faculty concert on Sunday, Apr. 1. 8:15 p.m.. in the Recital Hall, 2973 Coral Way. Performing on the program will be Emil Maestro, Da' .rn. Roy Oliver. Rose i,. samond, Mimi Retskin, Mona an, and Pierre Maude. Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Will Celebrate Youth Aiiyah at Monday Fetes Mrs. Mary Gerstman, chapter itor for Miami Beach Ha. has announced Mi ."!. as the date of all roups for Yo th Aiiyah cslebrat ons. Lillian Goodman, : 'eakli nl • %  "this %  Bti % % % % %  riing child project since ISM has hi over 100.000 you: into Israel. With understanding : r ach individual child's emo p| \ gical and vocational the lives (it these threatened and tearful children have been transformed into well-adjusted constructive citizens. "Throughout the globe. World Jewish Child's Day will be celebrated this Sunday to highlight tiie satisfaction of helping the plight ot uprooted Youth Aiiyah youngsters our own selebxatioas en • | will be a happy addition to the event." > Morton Towers group will have a luncheon at the Morton Towers dining room at 12:30. Hcrzl will have a tea at the Technion Women To Meet Here Mrs. Herman J. Leffer!, national president of the Women's Division I.I ihe American Technion Society, will be guest of honor next Thursday at a tea in the home of Mrs. David Ponve, 5915 Pineiro* dr. Under Mrs. Leffert's leadership, the Women's Division of the American Technion Society has grown to 19 chapters and over 6.000 members throughout the United States. Membership dues go toward providing faculty and tuition costs and books and scientific equipment necessary to the successful functioning of Technion and its students. Henry L. McCarthy. Commissioner of Welfare for the City of New York from 1950 to 1959. now consultant for the Welfare Planning Council of Greater Miami, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Irving Lehrman is president of the Greater Miami chapter. Mrs. M. A. Baskin is vice president, and Mrs. Nan Cohen, treasurer. Election of officers will take place at the tea. MOLLY PICON %  % %  i of Mr?. Samuel Lirton. 6535 :: rd. ., • Hanna Senesch will h a lunchem a: the Saxony hotel at 12 HOOD. 'the program features a play, "Majority of One." • Eirnni Lazar._s gmup will a iuncheun at I ona hotel at 12 noon. Program will feature A. ..ike Tamil ..speaker will I "t :: %  i Kogen. • Uraeti g-a-or '• %  -meel at the Algiers hotel .. — noon Mrs. Dorothy : (aril g will • tented b> Sir.-, Uum RLakovsfcy, pre ehuirman. Shaioma -rorp will meet at th Eden Roc hotel for luncheon at i 1 12 .noon. ?.:usical selections by I k, ye Bwttieen will be part of the progXttm for the afternoon. Stphm 6. WWe group will have a luncheon a: the Casablanca hotel at 12 noon. Program will include Olga Pavlova, vocalist, and Victor Mai hese, tenor, at| companK-d by Aida Yaslow. Henrietta Szold group will meet I at the Algiers hotel at 12 noon. Quest speaker will be Rabbi Jonaii Caplan. of the Hebrew Academy. Joseph Malek will offer a program of musical selections, and will be accompanied by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern. B'ncti B nth Donor Dinner ts fifth i %  .' and sh ll< hotel on Lerman is dinner and journal ch< Mrs Ruth • v airman. Donor ;•. -. icar Rosen! JWV Post Plans Joint Installation int installation of officers i r / Post 632, JWV. will be held Thursday evening, M %  Unified bldg. N commander is Dan I u ho will take offii •; Wclvin Daum, seni a Martin Saxon, Nor n ; jui o • ce c immani Wander, chaplain; • ell, ..•• %  .•< cate; Dr. Al,. r c I. ergeant; In I i ar trust •<". and Nat< A : %  In an, one-year trustee. Lucille Bit derman is new pr< sidi at of th< Kiliary. Others Daum. seni r vic president: (', Safra, junior vict president; Hortense Greer.I.:., treasurer; Justine Abramowitz, chaplain; Anne Fricdma:-., conductress; Eunice Winer, historian: Elsie Greebel, guard; Sylvia Rosenthal; patriotic instructrcs-: and Joyce Leif. C< ;i Zucker, ar.d Neoirt Wander, trustees. r^f^ BUPiiDinsrE'S sunshine fashions trend setter in the south Shcp Bundle's for the South's w'dest assortments best in values ne.vest in fesrvon and horr.e trends. Use one of our Su-nsK^e Credit piens to shcp the -nicest way 10 own what ycu went when ycu want it. Shop mondiy and Friday nights, miami, miami beach 'til 9 163rd ttraet, ft. laudardala, watt palm baach 'til 9:30 Molly Picon Tells Her Fish Favorite By Special R*prt NEW YORK—Internationally-renowned comedienne Molly Picon is known for more than her stage humor. She also has a way in the kitchen. With Passover around the corner, Molly has taken out her recipe book and begun to consider the menu for the holiday. Gefillte fish Me"-""""^... ...K-f""^ ') SWEE-TOUCK-NEE "TW ARISTOCKA4 OF IMS)!" L LEV'NSON'S I 4 o E. toth Lane. HJariaah, • Deborah to Hear Young Performers Heading the program presented by the Deb irah group of Hadassah at the You Miyah luncheon Mon-! day at the F intainebleau hotel will be Trudi Gertler, daughter of, Judge am: Irs. Charles Gertler. Her pn^rmance will include two monolgues, -Actual Testimony from the El hinann Trial," which -h,. a ls and a scene from he firs' f "Cat on a Hot Tin Hoof," h she'll interpret the role of Ua Trudi, a junior at Miami Beach High, recently brougnl "first" in humorous and dr -Hing for a cutting •,!!• %  in borderland" from Oklah' |] be accompanied by Jay hit dramatic deM Miami Bearh Hifh. i • pr,)ram will be young ROM, son of Mr. and student at the Heine' y. He'll play Leis always a favorite at Passover tables the world over, and here's Molly's recommendation: Gefillte Fish Puff 4 egg whites 4 egg yolks •4 teaspoon salt Vs teaspoon Rokeach Pepper V* cup Rokeach Gefillte Fish Liquid 4 servings Rokeach Gefillte Fish, mashed Va cup matzo meal 1 tablespoon finely chopped parsley 2 tablespoons Rokeach Nyafat Using rotary beater, beat egg whites until stiff but not drySet aside. Beat egg yolks with seasonings and Fish Liquid. Fold in mashed Fish, matzo meal and chopped parsley. Gently fold egg yolk mixture into egg white. Mean while, heat Nyafat in 9 inch skillet for 2 minutes over medium heat. Add egg mixture and cook 5 minutes or until bottom of omelette is j'olden brown. Slip omelette in nan under low broiler heat for 5 minutes to brown ami cook top of omelette. Turn out on heated platter. Cut into wedge shapes to -i rve, Serres 4. HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS AN OUTSTANDING, DELICIOUS HEALTH FOOD MADE WITH HONEY, MILK AND RYE FLOUR ALSO SALT FREE NO FAT • NO SUGAR • NO SYRUP USED ASK FOR HOLLAND HONEY CAKE AT YOUR MARKET sncoo 25 Mrs. Barbara Twersfcy, N. Wsrnoclc St., Philadelphia. Pa., won $25 tor her tasty parve Vegetable Steaks. VEGETABLE STEAKS 1 cup cooked Wolff's Kasha. 1 can mined egetable$ tegg, beaten Fun Night Set Saturday Miami eh.ipter. B*nai 15'rith Women, will have a Purim festival. i (i m and run night Saturday evening at Beth El Congregation. FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE And delight your family with the dish you.make! All you do is submit S our favorite recipe tor using Wolff s ;asha...for stuffing chicken, derma ...making knishes, vatnishkas, soups... side dishes with onions, chopped mushrooms, peppers or any oMier tasty use for this all-time favorite. YOU GET $25.00 Send your own original recipe with a Wolfl's Kasha box top to: Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, N. Y. We will pay $25.00 for eveiy recipe published; but every entrant receives a FREE Kasha Cookbook and all recipes become Wolfl's property. -raii KASHA (wkifiilA* Brown Buckwheat Croats 1 small onion .1 tbs. cooking ow Vi oup mauo meal 1 tbs. salt dash pepper 1 can diced mushrooms ^optional) Wa?h mlied vegetables. Add beaten eggs, Kasha and Masoning. Brown onion* an* mushrooms slightly In oil. Mix. Then add matzo meal and mix thoroughly. Fora Into aix large patties add try. KASHA ""OWN "UCKWNSAT Also enloy Wolff's Creamy Kernels (grits) KasVa'N'Cfam Kasha Soup



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Fridav, March 23, 1962 vJewisti fhrktiaHn Page 5-B %  W nt MM • TT %  %  j ii n i ljl i n %  am**.. JUJ.i mmm | Bond-with-lsrael Luncheon Will Serve Dorfl Sfe,n s,sferhoorf As Tribute to Young Craft Industries Israel Bond Women's Division leaders set the wheels in motion for the Brat women's even' of the year, a Bond-With-Isrr el luncheon Thursday, Apr. 12, ct the Doral Country Club. Shown (from left) are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, honorary nnan :: he Women's Division; Mrs. Max Weitz, luncheon co-chairman; Mrs. Ben Essen, Coral Gables Israel Bond leader; and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, vice chairman of the Women's Division. b'.:=. Jennie Grossinger (not shown) is chairman of the luncheon, which will feature a tribute to Israel's craftsmen and artisans. The luncheon will mark the official public opening of the new Doral Country Club. The Bond-With-Israel luncheon to be held under the auspices of the Israel Bond Women's Division will be a truly "sparkling" event, it was pointed out by Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, luncheon chairman. In a unique tribute to the women oi Miami who have helped to develop Israel's industry in its first decade, the craft guilds of Israel are sending gift diamonds to be presented at the luncheon as a token of the esteem in which the sponsors of Israel of Miami are held. The event will mark a dual tribute on the part of Miami's women to the craftsmen and artisai Israel and a reciprocal tribute on the part of Israel's craft induss to the women of Miai The Bond-With-Israel i,:ncheon will take place on Thursday, Apr. 12, at the Doral Country Ciub. The sion will mark the official public opening of the Doral. Preparations for the luncheon were to move into high gear on Thursday at a breakfast of the hostesses committee at the home of! Mrs. Grossinger. Serving as co-chairman of the' luncheon will be Mrs. Max Weitz, former chairman of the Israel Bonds Women's Division. Mrs. Weitz has been active with Israel Bonds since its inception. Together with her husband, she has visited Israel many times. Known for her tireless devotion to Israel, Mrs Weitz has been honored .ia "sinning example for the community in aiding Israel's nomic development as a leader in the Israel Bond Women's Division." Vice chairmen of the luni will inclu le Mrs* Ruth Ber Mrs, Sam F Danels, Mrs. Ben Essen, Mrs, A. C. Fine, Mrs. Si m Kipnis drs J iseph Lipton, Mrs Ai.na Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Jack S. Popick. Mrs. Maurice Revltz, j Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Fred Somerstcin and Mrs. Harold Thurman. Dora Stein Sisterhood will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, 8 p.m., at the Israelite Center. Cantor and Mrs. Louis Cohen will offer a musical program for Passover. Ner Tamid Games Party Tuesday i Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid i-i having a donor card and games party Tuesday evening in Sklar Auditorium. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Charles Raab and Mrs. Herman Levin are chairmen. On Wednesday evening, the Sisterhood monthly moiling will be held in Sklar Auditorium. Mrs. Louis Cohen, chairman of the nominating committee, will and Mrs. Eugene Schwarz, chairman of the t .i


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I>cqe 8-A 9-JenM /fcr*/*r Frida YMarch 23. 1962 How HST Changed Toward Israel Anhur Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, discusses the school Combined Jewish Appeal campaign sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education with four delegates attending the annual CJA breakfast meeting on Mar. 11. Left to right are Candy Silver, Temple Emanu-El; Bette Rosenberg, Temple Judea; Sam Goldstein, Temple Beth Am; and Stuart Cohen, Beth David Congregation. Uneasy Quiet Prevailing Along Syria-Israel Border Continued from Page 1-A hours before the raid, was taken prisoner, and quantities of Russian-made ammunition were captured by the Israelis. Israel's casualties included five dead and 10 wounded, six of the wounded in serious condition. According to Syrian reports, Israel allegedly suffered 200 casualties wT.ile fQWr Israeli tanks were destroyed. Reliable Israeli sources, however, denied categorically the Syrian reports of higher casualties, repeating firmly that the Israel casualties were not greater than those reported by the Israel Army. Maj. Gen. Zvi Tsur, Chief of Staff of Israel's defense forces, reported on :he Syrian clash to the Cabinet a', its weekly meeting here. Later, be discussed the events also with the Foreign Affairs and Security Committee of the Knesset, Israel's Parliament. David Ben-Gurion, the Prime Minister, was not present at the Cabinet session, being absent as scheduled while on a two-week vacation. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol, h; acting Premier, expressed the Government's appreciation to the Army for it? work in Sunday morn ing's action. At the same time, Mr. Eshkol, on behalf of the Government, voiced Israel's grief over the casualties, He expressed his con.DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mall. Kail your orders to Rich Dale Grove* for prompt handling. dolences to the families of the bereaved, and his hope that the injured would recover very soon. Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, disclosed that the Israel Government had earner notified Acting Secretary-General U Thant, of the United Nations, at well as Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn, chief of staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, that Syria's attacks on Israeli boats on Lake Tiberias caused "a dangerous situation" in which the Syrians were "playing with fire." "Israel," said Mrs. Meir. "cannot tolerate provocative acts on I the part of Syria She said she had notified Mr. Thant of the situation last Monday and, again on Thursday. "Israel's approach to the United Nations authorities to prevent the Syrians from carrying | out these incidents," said Mrs. %  Meir, "were of no avail. The Syr^ ians continued their provocations,, and attacked fishermen and police | in patrol boats. Israel had no alternative but to take action against the places from which the firing was directed." The Israeli action was carried out by crack units of Israel's army. Israel's forces had not only wiped out the Syrian gun positions but had also captured about 500 Russian-made gun shells which the Syrians were using in their 102j n-.illimeter guns. When the Israel air force went into action, some M1G-17, Russian jets were in the • sky in the vicinity. However, the M1GS disappeared when the Israeli craft took to the air. (Beirut dispatches Sunday re-1 ported that, at a meeting between Iraq's Premier Abdul Kanm Kassim and Syria's President Nazem al Kodsi, the two Arab leaders de-i tided on plans for close military and political cooperation, inviting ether Arab countries to join these I plans. Diplomats at Beirut re-, ported that Iraq is seeking the stationing of Iraq troops on the Syrian-Israeli border.) fNDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT i id RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES (f Mia tfdfr U r** want Otmm— eaSf me Qmpltruit nlr) In 'fruit protector' gift cartons 90 lb. box .'111.95 Full bushel 8.60 V 2 bushel 5.50 12 lb. sampler.... S.75 By LEON ELL President Truman was immune to all group pressure. Whatever decisions he made were reached from the conviction that it was just and primarily to the best interests of this great country of ours. In his Memoirs, Mr. Truman wrote: "I do not think I ever had as much pressure and propaganda aimed at' the White House as I had in this instance. The persistence of a few of the extreme Zionist leaders—actuated by political motives and engaging in political threats — disturbed me and annoyed me. "Individuals and groups asked me, usually in rather quarrelsome and emotional ways, to s'op the Arabs, to keep the British from supporting t h e Arabs, to furnish American soldiers, to d.i this, that and the other. I think I can say that I kept my faith in t h e Tightness of my policy in spite of some of the Jews. When I say "the Jews." I mean of course, the extreme Zionists. I know that most Americans of Jewish faith, while they hoped for the restoration of a Jewish homeland, are and always have been Americans tirst and toremost "The simple fact is that our policy was an American policy ra'her than an Arab or Jewish policy. It was American, because it was based on the desire to see promises kept and human misery relieved. "As the pressure mounted. I found it necessary to give instructions that I did not want to be approached by any more spokesmen for the Zionist cause Dr. Weizmann's Visit Eddie Jacobson told me that he received a call from New Yo.'rt urging him to perform a great service for his people. They told him that they tried every personalty they could think of to get Mr. Truman to receive Dr. Chaim Weizmann, and that the President refused to see anyone Ctmpar* quality and) prlcaa. Tea l.il Rich Dal* tor superb value. Pttcea trcludt delivery txept: Add 10% Waat el Mississippi. S2.00 to Canada. SttisfecUoei a. irantnd i fruit ie replace* er money Jefundad. RICH DALE GROVES,.. Welrsdale, Florida WrBt far few feUar W BMf Malek Records For •Voice 1 Joe Malek. candidate for Justice of the Peace, 5th District, was selected by Voice of America to record a haf-hour broadcast. Ivan Leonard, officer in charge Of Special Events from Washington, D.C., came to Miami Beach especially to record with Malek. The program consisted of 30 minutes of interview based on Malek's legal career, as well as his 15 years of service to the comj munity. Malek, a cantor here, sang several songs in Yiddish, and finished the program with the Star Spangled Banner. This is the last in a series on Leon Ell's view of the crucial moments behind the founding of the State of Israel. Mr. £11 it a long-time Miamian. He is an active traveler and writer. in the matter affecting Palestine, and that he was the last and only hope to persuade Mr. Truman to see Dr. Weizmann. Eddie said that he finally agreed to intercede in behalf of Dr. Weizmann, and he went to see Mr. Truman at the White House for the purpose of trying to get the President to grant Dr. Weizmann an interview. Truman Agrees Mr. Truman was adamant in his refusal. Then. Eddie went on to say. "Harry, you have a stauette on your desk of Andrew Jackson. He is. to your mind, a great American and your hero, and always has been. Dr. Chaim Weizmann. although I have never met him personally, is to be what Andrew Jackson is to you. Dr. Weizmann. in my humble opinion, is the greatest Jew of all times. I am not asking you for a change of policy or a change of mind, nor am I trying to persuade you to take any steps contrary to your duties as President. I am onlypleading for your favor to receive Dr. Weizmann who is a sick man and has traveled thousands of miles to see you. It is not like you, Harry, to refuse to see him." The President finally consented to see Dr. Weizmann on the condition that he be taken through the rear of the White House in order to avoid any possible publicity. Dr. Weizmann was admitted to the White House through the rear door as a favor to Jacobson without the slightest publicity. The President received him very warmly and spent a great deal of time with him. Reported Eddie: "I do no*i know what the conversation was, but I know that when Dr. Weizmann was finished, it appear* that the President was convinced that it was to the best interest o" the United States and Israel %  ] extend immediate de facto reeog. nition of Israel as an independev state." In Memoriam The honor, distinction am credit properly go to my dear and lamentably late friend, Eddie Jj. cobson, who never claimed to having interceded in behalf of Israel or in behalf of any specific poicy, but only for making it possible for Dr. Chaim Weiimann t before our President the facts that were necessary for Mr. Tr man to make the right decision, A line or two about Eddie J,. cobson. He was a modest, virtuous, i right, honest Mid-westerner of ttia Jewish faith. He was not a /.; ist. He was. however, an affirmative Jewwith a kind heart deep, ly concerned about the tragedies besetting humanity generally a id his fellow-Jews specifically. Ha was proud of the service he ru.i rendered to his country and tha State of Israel. Eddie was a wonderful father, a devoted husband and a dedicated Democrat art above all. a most devoted friend to Harry S. Truman. Eddie was a credit to his CO > try, to his people and to hily. May he forever find p<', and may the memory of him H %  long in the annals of the hiof our people. UN Unit Prexy Honored Here Mrs. Norwood Phelps. of Ja sonville. was to be honored at i reception Thursday evening at % % %  • Temple Israel Community bids Mrs. Phelps is Florida preside of the American Assn. for the United Nations. She will offer a first-hand repo I on her recent visits to Africa and the Congo. ''ILViivciiiifo si ItoRiia'i!" El Al Israel Airlines flies to Rome and 14 other cities in Europe, Africa and Asia* /



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tjrewfislli Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY <: %  \ clume 35 — Number 12 Miami, Florida, Friday. March 23, 12 Three Sections — Price 2de neasy Quiet Along Syrian Border RETAIN FRENCH NATIONALITY Algeria Independence Guarantees Full Rights For Jewish Community FIVE ON TRIAL PARIS—(JTA)—Algeria's 150.000! Jews have been guaranteed full: religious, cultural and civic rights' in the agreement for a cease-fire reached between France and the ; IN the Moslem movement for Algerian independence, according to the text of the pact released lere this week. The Jews of Algeria, until now thoroughly integrated among the j .000,000 Europeans in Algeria, will (r.joy specific individual and com:..iin"al rights, according to the ( greement signed last night at Ev-. .an. As an integral part of the "uropean minority in Algeria, the \ i untry's Jews have been guaranj .nd by both sides the following: :s: 1. Jews will be able to retain their French nationality. They will enjoy a three-year transi•ional period, during which they will be able to choose Algerian nationality, which will be granted automatically, if that is their preference. Should they refuse to become Algerian citizens, they will nonetheless have the right fo continue to live in Algeria, enicyin9 rights equal to those granted to Algerian citizens. 2. During the three-year period, Jews will have specific guarantees, tuch as privileged municipal status in the cities of Algiers and Oran. They will also have judicial representation on courts and juries before which they may appear. PAGE 9 A 3. Jews have been guaranteed religious and cultural freedom They will have the right to administer their own specific institutions which will enjoy limited autonomy. A Frenchman "of the Jewish faith" will sit on the 13-man executive which will administer Algeria during the transition period Continued on Page 3-A President Kennedy this week appointed Jacob Blaustein on the six-member board of governors of the United Service Organization as successor to former Secretary of Navy Dan Kimball whose term on the USO board has now expired.—(JTA). Nazi Party Urges Virginia Not to Revoke its Charter RICHMOND. Va—(JTA)—The American Nazi Party asked Virginia Gov. Albettis S. Harrison this week to veto the State Assembly passed bill revoking the party's state charter. The appeal, made by national secretary Karl R. Allen, also contained a request f or a per sonal meeting with the Governor U.S. Watchful in Wake Of Heated Battle Clash; Casualty Figures Disputed JERUSALEM—(JTA)—An uneasy quiet prevailed this week along Israel's Lake Tiberias border with Syria, following a Saturday dawn raid by Israeli forces which smashed into Syrian gun positions atop the heights overlooking the lake, whence Syrians have been harassing Israeli fishermen and patrols on the lake. United Nations Gets Complaints From Contenders UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—Sy> ria and Israel filed complaints with the Security Council here, eacb accusing the other of "aggressions" as a result of Israel's SaturKuivi -3 .~.... •• day dawn raid against Syrian gun here that fighting had stopped. The positions overlooking Lake TiberDepartment added that it has been j. lS Neither side requested a informed that "United Nations of-, Council meeting, both being conficials are in the area") United Nations Military observers started an investigation into the events that precipitated the raid. They established their headquarters in the Syrian village of El Khrushi. The UN investigation was expected to be completed early this week. At the same time, U.S. Ambassador Walworth Barbour conferred with Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister. He had requested the meeting which was described unofficially as "intormative." (In Washington, the State Department issued a brief announcement Mating that word was received At least 30 Syrians were killed, one Syrian soldier brought to the gun emplacement only a few Continued on Page 8-A to argue the case for a veto. II | Gov. Harrison signs the bill, the charter will be voided June 1. Meanwhile, a student organizaI tion at Hunter College, one of the components of the University of the City of New York, announced it had invited as speakers both George K??M ^uTne?: T; — A r r secretary of the Communist Party mann's defense, wants the Israel Lifts Ban on Full Text Of Adolf Eichmann's Appeal JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Dr. Robot the United S'.ates. The announcement was made Continued on Page 6-A Ask Nasser Aid Bar Unless He Negotiates With Israel WASHINGTON-(JTA)-Republi-|ican aid he receives to push the v „„.h vmtino of New I United States into opposing Israel's tan Sen. Kenneth Keat.ng, of New fc ^ Europe „ Labeling such York, urged this week in the SenM p ctJon a .. blatanr at tempt to inflate that Egypt should be told mat ,i will receive no further American aid until it "sits down and negotiate its differences with Israel" and "comes together at the conlertnce table instead of spewing forth threats and propaganda." Sen. Keating charged that Egyptian efforts "to tie strings" to American foreign aid because of U. S. support of Israel'* bid for a link with the European Common Market is "ridiculous, undignified and wholly at variance with our objectives in the Middle East." The Republican lawmaker told the Senate that "Egyptian resentnient at the possible links betweenIsrael and the European Common Market is so great that Nasser Continued on Page 10 A Supreme Court, which will begin; hearing Eichmann's appeal from the death sentence on Mar. 22, to! permit him to call 16 witnesses— among whom he lists the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Israel's first President; Moshe Sharett, former Prime Minister; and Minister of Justice Dov Joseph. The text of the Servatius appeal 1 was made public here after Chief Justice Yitzhak Olshan reversed a j previous ruling banning publication of the text. Dr. Servatius, upon his arrival here to prepare for the high tribunal's hearing, had com plained that the ban was "strange." In the 61-page document. Dr. Servatius raised 9 6 separate points, challenging the judgment of the Jerusalem District Court which, last August, found Eichj mann guilty of crimes against the Jewish people and crimes against humanity by directing the annihilation of 6,000,000 European Jews during World War II. Dr. Servatius also said in his appeal he wants to question Israel's i Minister of Justice as to whether Argentina had renounced its "right" to prosecute those who abducted Eichmann in Buenos Aires, I bringing him to trial in Israel. The defense counsel questioned I some of the testimony given at the; long Eichmann trial, contending that some of the District Court's < conclusions were based on "undue weight" given to testimony, evidence and exhibits at the trial. Dr. Servatius gave notice of an appeal Continued on Page 7-A tint merely with informing the members of the Council of their conflicting claims and countercharges. Israel's protest, oy Ambassador Michael S. Comay. pointed out that Israel exercised its right of selfdefense as a result of 10 differeirt aggressive acts by Syria between Feb. 1 and Mar. 16. He also noted that, since Syria separated itseTT from the United Arab Republic, last September, its leaders have repeatedly declared that their Government is "in a state of war" with Israel. The "aggression" allegation made in the Syrian document was Continued on Page 12-A BULLETIN By Special Report JERUSALEM—Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir late Wednesday announced that her nation will call for a special session of the United Nations Security Council to review the worsening SyrianIsraeli impasse. Almost at the same time, Israeli jet fighters drove off Syrian war planes which violated Israel's air territory for the third consecutive day. Bid for Common Market Stirs New Arab Rifts LONDON—(JTA) —Israel's bid for some kind of a link with the European Common Market stirred new rifts this week among Arab League countries. Questions were again being raised in Lebanon as to just who was being hurt most by the Arab boycott —Israel or such members of the League as Lebanon. Pierre Gemayel. a member of the Lebanese seems to De trying to use the AmerCabinet, said that the boycott was being applied by Arab League officials with little regard for Lebanon's economy and "with too much regard for Egypt's economy." Arab League countries have already instructed their envoys in EEC countries to inform these Governments that they would regard acceptance of Israel as an unfriendly act. But the reports from Beirut made it clear that Lebanon was far from ready to go along with Arab League proposals to sever all relations with EEC countries if a tie is arranged for Israel. Lebanon and one or two other Arab League countries were reportea to feel that the best way to deal with the EEC-Israel problem was lor the Arabs to form a trading area of their own. either Arab. Afro-Asian or of non-aligned countries. Observers in London said the differences arise partly from Lebanon's consistent efforts to remain poised between the fiercely conlending forces in the Arab world. Premier Kassem of Iraq meanwhile announced independently that he had prepared a "precise military" plan "to liberate Pales, tine."



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Page 2-B *jenist> nwiMam Friday. March 23, 1962 IF ,r Cooking Corner Mildred G. Bellin Cedars of Lebanon Godmothers and Life Guardians active in "Harvest for Health" fund-raising cofiees are aeen at a recent luncheon discussing plans to help complete the upper three floors of the hospital. Left to right clockwise: are Mrs. W. J. Zimmern, Mrs. Joseph Sonnebcrr. Mrs Trances FTirschberg, Mrs. B. S. Kallen. MM. 3ovd KJ7 Mrs. Loais MichCTeis, and Mrs. Arthur Lindau. National Women's League President Will Be Guest Speaker at April Convention Mrs, II Herb I'lent of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue or America, will be guest speaker and consultant to the Florida Branch conference on Apr 3 to 5 at the Deauville hotel. Thirty affiliated Sisterhoods throughout Florida will be represented Theme of the conference will be: "Preserve Jewish Values — Our Priceless Heritage" Workshops will include Membership." "Ways and Means." "Social Actions." and "Youth Activities in the Home. Synagogue and the Community Mrs. Harry Levitt, president of Florida Branch, will give the welcoming address. Mrs. Harotf Kheinhard is conference chairman, and Mrs. Martin W. Smith and Mrs William Dickson. vice chairmen. President of the National u en's League of the United Synagogue of America. Mrs. Rossmar. leads close to 2oo.ooo member* at Sisterhoods in the United States. Canada. Puerto Rico and Mexico. Recently she took a 14.000-miie tour of this continent, followed By I visit to the Scandinavian countries. Belgium. England and Sco'land. She visited Arctic areas, and *er stay in Alaska resulted in the #ift by National Women's League of ritual objects, salvaged from Nazi loot, for use by the Jewish personnel at the Elmendort Air Base there. Mrs. Rossman attended the 1%'i White House Conference an Children and Youth, and the 1961 Paris %  conference of the World Council of Synagogues, where she was the only woman speaker. She will soon participate in the World Council convention in Jerusalem. Mrs. Rossman has served as associate chairman of the natnnal planning committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, member of the board of d: of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York, and past president of the Women's Division She lias also participated in the New York Federation of Jewish P thropies. Bonds for Israel, and the Academy Women Plan Program General meeting of Hebrew Academy Women will be held Jn Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.. at the Waldman hotel. After a short business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, .president, a musical program will •toe presented by Cantor Samuel Gombcrg and Joseph Schreibman, both of Temple Ner Tamid. Program chairmen are Mrs. Nathan E. Spiegelman and Mrs. Emanuel Karger. Hostesses for the meeting are Mesdames Rose Kesser. Frieda L Koch. Al Osheroff, Bertha Schatz and II Garber. yt of Mei: V -rried to a Brooklyn physician. • :up!e tam J %  who is a doctor, i daughter who is married •o a doctor, and four grandchildren. Over M delegate? are expected nd the convention Reservations can be made through ail local affiliated Sisterhoods. Dried peas and beans are cons.dered staples of our diet, since n.illions are sold each year. They are delicious, nourishing, and amazingly low in price. However, in spite of the fact that the markets feature over a dozen different kinds, in colors as diverse as those of the rainbow, most people use only a few varieties, and always prepare them in the same familiar ways. The first is Falafel. sometimes" called the hamburger or hot dog oi Israel, because it is purchased H a snack such as our hamburger or frankfurters. Actually. Falafel is an Arabian dish, and is made in various ways, sometimes of broad beans, and sometimes of cooked or raw soaked chick peas Chick peas are familiar to Jewish cooks, who serve them as holiday fare under the name of Nahit But to return :o the Falafel. As a snack, a few of them are slipped into the pocket ;: J piece of Hat Arabian bread called pita, and sundry other things such as tomatoes, radish, sauerkraut. hot pepper, or even a salad may be added For home use. we have selected a recipe for Falafel using freshly cooked dried chick peas, and we serve them as an appetizer or part of the main dish. Handle the Falafel very gently, both while they are cooking and when finished, as they are delicately tender. The ci-mplcted dish should have a prominent flavor of garlic to be authentic. Our second recipe is tor a hearty salad, which serves six generously. Either canned or freshly cooked dried red kidney beans may be used. For a small family, hall the salad could be made, and the remaining beans used as vegetables at other meals. Another fine salad of dried beans, which is often served as part of a tray of varied hors d'oeuvres. is quickly made as follows: Combine a well drained, one-pound can of great northern beans with '• cup of minced onion and enough Italian style dressing to moisten. Marinate in the refrigerator for several hours before serving. Falafel (Israel) 2 cupcooked drained dried chick peas about 1 clove garlic, minced and crushed 1 egg salt and pepper to taste all-purpo.-e flour oil for deep frying l medium small onion, minced fine Use freshly cooked dried chick peas. Mash thoroughly. Add the onion, garlic, egg. salt and pepper. The falafel should be highly seasoned, and the taste of garlic definite. Form the mixture into balls about one inch in diameter, and roll them in flour. Fry, a few at a time, in deep, hot fat, until a rich brown. Handle gently, and have plenty of room in the frying pan between each of the balls. Drain on paper towels. Serve hot as an appetizer, as a main dish with a salad for lunch, or as part of a light meat course. This recipe makes from 20 to 22 small balls. The may be prepared in advance, rfrigerated or frozen, and reheate-I in a slow oven. Three-Bean Salad Bowl 1 10-oz. package frozen c green beans 1 10-oz. package frozen cut wax beans 1 1-lb can red kidney bear.,, drained 1 small, sweet onion 1 green pepper, diced '4 teaspoon salt 'i cup vegetable oil '•4 teaspoon Woreestershirj sauce 2 tablespoons sugar 1/16 teaspoon garlic powder pepper to taste 1/3 cup white vinegar Cook the green and wax bean^ separately until tender, drain, and cool. Combine them with the we!.drained kidney beans in a mix I, Slice the peeled or ion ver thin, then cut each slice into quarters, Add to the beans with th~ green pepper. In a ,iar combine ;,ll remaining ingredients, cover tightly, and .-hake to mix. 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Friday, March 23. 1962 *• Jew 1st norktlar Page 13-A FROM THE TALMUD Baba Mcfcfe 85. He who teaches his neighbor's son w..'. deserve to sit in the Heavenly Academy. Sanhcorin, 19. He who teaches his neighbor's son is at if he had created him. • -M>liah ShTHwSnfrtrm • %  cJition of Dr. Greenhut. He who learns receives but onefifth nx iVto; pn xm# .n'ra ••atf nms" noxi • T : T T I ,0*715:3 vbp nnix "W max /DO? ns -HD 1 ? no *0? ^N .Into VTVBf '1? x ^? riftnsg o-'psoa "^ C*. rio: 1 ? 'pp'pnni ,ni3"i fog .*?i T t?:3 oi ri?ftft iwifi oy ntfpa nais; T v I v : piTtf! &WW *?tf nis:p T tf nn on %  ? /V nax nwhn "^ rnorin nx rrtin 1 ? .rvrti irpfi onS Tttfan .^tf • : T v T • : • • i woi nrrix ipia an ,no"rba "V %  ?! i^'av) .onaaon nx ,l ? •.irxa ?i;?'? n1i: ?^ nv ^1 rrnn ,nnnx o-'pna.i 1 ? -nan ,-~I'^xa oix-]3 By RABBI MORDECAI PODET Temple Judea The tidal wave which broke recently upon the shore of Miami Beach brings to mind a familiar anecdote: A Christian, a Moslem and a Jew learn that a second flood of waters is coming to inundate the earth. "I have faith; I shall be saved," avers the first. "If it be Kismet that I perish, then I accept my fate." says the second. "I will learn to live in [water," says the third. Superficially, it appears that we. together with many other Americana have learned this prinlife too well. We seem to compla--•• wa rs V the s e r v i c e s 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 wift-be returned as proof of their lateness. RAB9I MORDECAI P00£T bcyoriH fhe storm te and pub are bin he ter.: effect oi r way of li if not our very lives. One day we exult in h proclaimii ', a dramatic space flight costing 400 million dollars. While voices are raised in horrified dismay throughout the civilized world over the consequences of radiation fallout, the United States prepares atmospheric atomic explosions in order to assure our defense against the Soviet Union, and the latter threatens to recommence testing to assure defense against us. There is an old, tested, reliable formula for dealing with despair. Our fathers—often without security, prosperity or peace—had good reason to despair, but they possessed a counterforce that enabled them to resist, persist, and live nobly despite all. Their secret, one arrived at by many along different paths, was a high purpose outside and beyond oneself. Those of us for whom the meaning of life is exhausted in creature comforts and diversions are the most vulnerable to despair. Those whose lives are dedicated to lofty, grand aims beyond themselves have a shield against it. Is not this what our faith has been teaching for 3.000 years? "Be thou a blessing" is the seal set upon Abraham by Scripture. Live religiously — lay your mind and energy upon the altar of high resolve and lofty dedication above and beyond your own petty concerns. Serve not yourself but your God, your highest vision of truth and righteousness. To be intelligently, sensitively human is to recognize the reality of despair. To be nobly, religiously human, is to attain serenity amidst the raging storms. TRAHSLATION Mr. Miller Invests in Israel OIH day my friend introduced me to a f..iest from abroad and said: "Please meet Mr. Miller, who travels from one country to another, and gives away his money whenever he only can!" The guest laughed and said: "It is true my name is Miller, and it is true that I like traveling about the world, but not in order to give my money away, but to invest it. "I have projects in many countries, and I decided to try investing in Israel too. I am in touch with the investment authority of the Israeli government. Members of the authority have told me that they wish to see my plans. I submitted a detailed plan to them, they examined it, and gave me their approval, and now I have permission to construct an approved enterprise." "In other words, you will be a happy man," I said to him. "That the future will tell," he answered smiling. >• Published by Brit Ivnt By RAB3I SAMUEL J. FOX Why are the Tefillin removed in the midst of the service on the firs' of the month (Rosh Chodesh)? Basically, the Tefillin are not donned on the Sabbath or on a holiday. The reason for this is that the Tefillin are considered a "sign" of the Almighty's presence and the Sabbath itself is a sign, as is the iovous spirit of a major festival The basis of taking off the Tefillin before the additional service (Mus:.f i which is appended to the daily morning service on the first of the month, is regarded by many to be the fact that the prayers of sanctification (Kedushah) which are recited in this additional prayer carry the implication of a crown (Keser) which is the same meaning as is implied by the Tefillin. The Zohar (Midrash ha-Neelam. Shir ha-Shirim) implies that on a Sabbath, a Festival or on Rosh Chodesh. the Almighty himself is regarded as adorning himself with adornments which are comparable to Tefillin—hence there is no need for the Jew to put on Tefillin on these days. The reason for which the Tefillin on Rosh Chodesh are not taken off until before the Musaf service is the fact that with the Musaf service the Crown of Joy Is felt and thus the Tefillin are not needed as a symbol of Ilis nearness. • • Why does Jewish tradition require K: :;5".i:!;v.! IT: :. .'.':; ::rii :i::i!i • :-•' %  This piige i* prepared in CO i operation with the Spiritual Lead' I of the Greater Miami Rabbin I cal Assn. RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gems of Wisdom %  ^^ %  IIIIIIMIIII— mu iiiiniMinnii—^— MIIIM one to face eastward during prayer? The basic motive in facing eastward is that one is facing in the direction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. This is traced to the Passage in the Bible where Solomon, in speaking of the temple, says "He shall come and pray toward this house" (I Kings 8:42'. It is generally felt that if all Jews pray facing in the direction of the Holy Temple a unity is created among Jews who may be praying all over the world. Since our prayers generally In( volve the concept of a prayer for 1 and by the whole people of Israel, 1 this is manifested by the uniform 1 direction towards which all of 1s| rael faces in prayer. It is for this reason that traditional synagogues strive to build their edifices so that the Holy Ark. towards which the prayers are directed, is located on the east side of the building. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. R.ibiii Isaac ever. Friday S:80 p.m. Saturday *:M a.m. Bermon: "The Ancient Rite f Purltloation." — a — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. Frtdaj 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Bryan, sun of Mr, and Mis. s. \ mour Plvar. — e — BETH EL. 500 Sw win ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. FTIda; 8:15 p.m. Saturday v : '" a.m. Bei mon: "Ritual Cleanllm aa — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rof.man. 5; i". p.m. Sal I %  in. — a — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Wishington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tioor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. : Saturday > %  M.i.. %  • — e — CE T H RAPHAEL. 3rd ave. • — a — rH TFILAH. 935 Euel i ave. Or• %  a — BETH TORA" ""d NE I. Cantor Ben-Z.on KiraChenbai n. ml 5:1 I:.,Mill ,...;.! of M Ml f ..\ Satur i. %  • h: Michael, i "n >l %  %  \.i: i >li< ii. M rtln, sou il Mi Mrs .M .ri ill i luerin — e — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th at. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. — a — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. FYIda> 8:15 p.m. Junior L'SY Sabbath. Sermon: "Wanted: A God-Directed Youth. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Bermon: "Portion of the Week." Bar Mltavah: Gary, eon of Mr. and Mrs. NoiiiMin (Ji.Ulstein. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander, president. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday 5:80 and 8:15 p.m. Quest speaker, Harold Berirer'a topic will be: "Judaism —One Reusrlon." Saturday 10 a.rrj, — • — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Prldaj 8 and 8:15 p.m. Oneg Shabbat hosts: Youth Group. Saturday afternoon Bar Mltavah: Alan and Harvey, Bon* of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Komlcks. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Frldaj •' %  p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Bermon: "New Adventure of Greater Miami." — e — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. r-lriaj .; ami • 15 p m. Bermon: "Children Will Lead." Installation ol neu members. Saturday 8:45 a.m. m: "Portion of Law — e — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643B SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Priday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Passover >*lor. On** Shabbal hosts : Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gruberg In h >i if Bar Mltavah of grandson, Alan Michael Elllxh, of Newburah, \ v Saturday 10 a.m. Cantor Hyman Fein will conduct services. TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reiaman. i N:;!II p.m. Sermon: "An A • • of ii.ii i.-^." Saturda: 9 a m. Sermon: "Taav—Is it a Plea or a Command?" Bar Mltavah: Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .-.iuler. — • — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Priday B:80 p.m. Guest speaker, Pr. Donald Mlchelaon, of the history department of the University of Miami, and director of tinHlllel program will talk mi "Will I ur Jewish follege Students be Hi' 1 Jewish Lead,•: We Need Tomoi row TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jatfe. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. R a t: 1.1 Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Cottlieb. Prld iv 8:18 p.m. Bermon "Sai n d Trilogies." Saturday 10:80 a.m. Sermon: "The Approaching Festival of ;• issoi er." — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. | Prlda) 8:30 p.m. Hebrew High BchOOl i ii. Batui d&} '.' a.m. I TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 Chase I GEMS OF WISDOM The exit of evil worlds the entrance of virtue. —PH1LO. • • Do not court evil, and evil won't come to you. --GENESIS RABBAH. • • Let US not paralyze our capacity for %ood. by brooding on man > Cdbactt) for evil. — SARNOFF. • • Whatever hinders man'i berm reojon and capa %  PINOZA I %  '. : •i. • • Evil is oi —BA VI SHI %  %  ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah. Cantor David Conviser. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "TwentyFlve Theologians Hit Palse G> Saturday I": i"> a.m. Bar Mlt> i Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levy, — • — TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 168O0 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry B. Wernick. Priday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Lest We Forget." Saturday 9:30 a.m. — • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. — • %  TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Judgment at Nuremberg." — • — TEMPLE JUDEM. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Friday 8:15 p.m. Temple choir, directed by William Riihni. will present a special service. Saturdaj 10:8 l a.m. Baa Mltavah: Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Levin. — 0 — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram* owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. — a — TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern T'adi. tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Prldaj s l". p.m. Sermon: %  i % % %  •— An Important Attribute." Saturday -:r. a.m. Bar Mltavah: Anthony, son of Mrs. Hai I letl Gel • I — e — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12:00 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Prlda) 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morris \V. Graff, "i Tempi.Israel, gi — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Frldaj 8:30 p.m. Ser i: "The Sam* Portion of the Week as Laal Year. .ml Its Ne Meaning." Oneg Shabbat host: Sisterhood Sal irdaj I a.m. Sermon "The ^ sdom i>:' this Week'sj Sedi a." TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "The Sis> nlftcance of the Red Heifer in the. 20th Century." Ones Shabbal hosl Mr. and Mrs. Sim Rose. Saturday i am. Bermon: "Weekly Portion." — e — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Friday B:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Abundant Harvest." Oneg Bhabbat hosts: I'hl Delta Gamma girls In honor of new members — e — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "An Act of God." Saturday V a.m. One,: Shabbat host: Sisterhood. nmnmucnair: ir % %  %  .; % %  -in CANDUUGHTING TIME 17 II Adar —6:19 pan. B -**.



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FridayMarch 23. 1962 +Jewisii Meridian Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICI • TJoTICe BV PUBLICATION • N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE J• EVENTHTjUO CIAL. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 13SS %  v N K B, FROST, Plaintiff. >M IBB rHOMAH I in koort N Y V iu THOMAS E F*l .,1 tl I 'i iivorce %  '""•'' i n d you are I yoUl till of C • I : %  rne: i • ." %  '• %  j .,.: %  la and file In ,; A %  "leading of ""• t on or I %  2nd day ol 1962. II '" %  % %  t ; bj i %  will be taken : demand I %  mil of Compl Unt %  nol • %  i I mllshed ee k for I tlve weeks i jEWian IN ,JJE \N i I I : %  Hatnl, i| %  I I :' Ft b : : > [AN, Clerk. %  ti Com t, Da %  Florida By M V %  CRIBi iMp'. •RLES M KEI i.V 1 K. 41 li Avenue, : Florida i %  f 3 i • i s LEGAL NOTICE Symbolic o* its airline mission, this El Al Israel Airlines Boeing "07 intercontinental jet shows its reflection in a small puddle on its first takeoff from the Boeing plant in Renton, Wash. The El Al 707's have, for a year now, been making a mere puddle of the Atlantic Ocean, flying the longest regularly scheduled, non-stop airline service in the world, from Nw York to Tel Aviv, a distance of 5,760 statute miles. The big blue and white jet, carrying the winged Star of David, is the third 707 to be added to El Al's growing fleet. The airline also has two smaller Boeing 720B's on order. '. THE COLN r v JLOOE5' COURT IN AND F0 DADE COUNTY, FLOR.OA IN pOBATE. No S519B: %  %  \ > I %  %  %  .t--.ll NOTICE TO '. E3 -ORS tie or nd earn and • %  "' an; nd d ill %  % %  of you mains) T li — of A I I %  '"'TIS .1 late "i J inty. Xen 1 to the I I'M ible foul net of Dade Counl nd I in their ofli •in the l ouse In Dad iunty, f all all i" i monthi from the of the first nunfl ation hereof -. i claims or %  %  i to contain .:.,! addi ess ol • lalmant an I • be sworn to and presented as iid, or aame III be barred tSection 733.16 ol the 1946 ProI Act. .1 Februarj "A. A r>. 1962. DANtKI, ON "IN AA n.ilLir Bxe ii ir of the Last Will and Teatamenl of ABRAHAM ENT1N, Deceased. K >VNBR* MANNHHlMKIl I i coin Koad Beach, Plot i'l i £• %  mi. v~ for Ancill iry Executor 3 2-9-18-93 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN NO *OR OADE COUNTY. F_0=t 31 i\ PR09ATE Nj 55327. C "40T CS ""3 CREDITORS Ml H a v if you llll) %  • .. hut •• .11 Ins .. ;i IRENNKR %  11 UIK r 1 Ida. I he Honu unt> Judges ind file the ranw In the Count} Courtn 11 trie iunt). Florida, within eix months from the dale .' %  Icatlon ii >r. Knld %  irt'ls I., contain the -. .1 the claimant and 10 iv %  n i iwesented as afon said, or SUP will he barred. Dated March -I. A.I'. 1982, RPRBVV I. HI'.KNNi:!! As Executrix of the l.a-i Will and 1 llrennei ; % %  1 : lANIEL MAI. HELLER • HI Alnale> Building Ml.-imi 32, Florida A-1 %  •} 1 Executrix 8 83-30, 4 6-13 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NSTME LAW N, .TICE 1HEREBT QIVEX thai gi 1 desiring to engage In business nriei the fictitious name ol REMARK OAH18 RESTAl'RANT al 1040 8iW. lOTtU Avenue, Miami Intends said name ith the rHsrk if the Circuit Court of Dade Florid 1 : IR JE P K !'..v \l BR %  IH iur :-ii>. 4 8-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 203' V ,1,1 AW .T. S*HEI!UAL1S. Miff, vs. I 1TR0DH SHEHIAliI-. Ii umlaut. SUIT FOR DIVORCE ; %  1 truile Sherg ills 1 eatnut 81 Apr. UN 1 'hlcufio, Illinois, Gertrude ShergaHa, are hr1 notified that n Hill of Complaint 1 Dlvoroa baa 1 1 nwd aRalnst and >"i ur.. required i" serve n ol your Answer or Pleading t- t BUI of Complaint on the Plaint1 attorney, Owen s Krt-ed, Esq., Iin JH*'. sr.5 fnlvwrsi'v Drive, Coral 1 %  lies, Florida, and file the origtaeil A awer or i'lesdtim tr th* ofHoe of 1 Clerk of the Otrcutt Court on or • fore the 2nd day of April. IMS. ? 'ii fail to do so, Judgment by default; • % %  %  ;.\ N iasdCIATION, v ill be taken agarnin yon for thONB AND ORDERED at Miami, F irlda, this 2fitb day of Febrogry, A 11. 1962, K. Fi. I.EATHBRMAN. Clerk. 'Ircuit Court, Dade Coanty, Florida < •1 > By: 1. 8 DePIETRO Deput] 1 'i.-ik EN B FREBD, KSQ. NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 2978 ELDER OBI 1R1 IE HI I I-. 1'ial I in. \ a. EL1ZAKKTH llll-l'. 1 ..i endaut. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Pi 1 EI.IZARETII IH'Kl Apt. 120; 234 v> Adams Blvd. LOB Angi li s, I "allfornla You, BMZAUKTH HL'Fr', are hi n in noil I led thai 11 BUI of Complalni ;,',, Divorce has been filed agalnsl you, > 11 • 1 you are required to serve a copj "i your Answer or Pleading i" the liill ol Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, Sanford M. Swerdlm, S|9 Seybold Bullning, Miami :'.2. Florida and file toe original Answer "i Pleading In the ofti.-. ..1 the Clerk ..1 ;h. 1 in nil Colirl on or before the 23rd ibiv of April, 1M*. If you full to do so, Judgment by default wUI be taken against you for the relle munded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published onoe each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEW18H I M.uHIHI AN. DONE ANIi ORDEMBD it Miami. Florida, this 10th day of March A.D. E. H. I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, I >ade Counts B lorida (aal) By: HELEN KESSO.ER lVputv ilerk .; 83 '80, 1 6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54786 IN RE; Estate of 1 ;KNI.\ TANNER I teceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are herebj notified and required to i-ia-.s.-ji! an) Blaimi god ii.imui.N whleh you may have against tht esiai. ,, 1IEN i.\ TANN BR di 1 eased late "i Bt, Joseph County, Florida, t* the County Judges of Dade County. and file the sain.in duplicate and as provided In Section 783.16, Florida statutes, iii their offices In the Counij Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication here. of, or the sain,win be barred, 1 i.i ..I at .Miami. Florida, this tih .lav ..f February, A.I 1, l6I BERNARD OPPBRMAN As Administrator MIl.Ti IN A. FRIEDMAN Attornej for Estate of Oenla Tanner llll Ainsley Building M ia 1111 ::^. h lorida 3 23-30, I 8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tli*> undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of INSTAI.i'i' al 3688 B. 11th Avenue, Hialeaii. Fla., intends to register said name with tin Clerk of the Clrcuil c.uit ol 1 'aoe 1 '•unity, Florida INTERN ATII -N A I. STRl'l "PL'RAL AI.I'MIM \1 Cl lUI'l ill.V I'll 'N ( A Michigan Corp. 1 Calvin Sllber, 1'r.s. Sole Owner ALBERT I. ROHEN Al torne> for Applicant :•!" Lincoln Road 3 83-30, 1 8-13 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +J€wi$t /TkridTiatr} solicits your legal notices. We appreciate yoaxr patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-1605 lor messenger service NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 0 VEN that the undersigned, desiring to ens -• in business andr the flctltloti %  if MR. Ki >1 at Ii •-1 B 1 Boulevard, Miami. FI irids register said name with the Cle the Circuit Co trt of i> • le Florida, U-TOTEM BEACH 1 I IR B> : Irving F tv ie; g, Pi •• %  DANIEL BBPL-ER tun Hialiah Drive iiiai. ah, FI01 Ida Attornej f"> L'-Tote'm Beach ( Richard M. Sepli r, if %  tunsel .-.; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engH %  business iinilei I In fictitious name of SECOND AVB. TV al 99 N.W, • 11 li St In '"ii> of Miami. Ila Intends to 1 name with the I l.i k of 1 1 :. 1 'ircuit Court "f l'ad, Count). | Duletl al .Miami. Fla., this '1,1, das • %  < Man h, 1962 EDWARD W K I.I '.II' :: 83-80, I 8-13 University Drive al Gables, Florida ney for Plaintiff 3/2-9-16-2:: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 2135 FREDA Q, PARR. Plaintiff, WILLIAM ALBERT PARR, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE 1" WILLIAM ALBERT I'ARR 117R Fairmont Avenue Sherbrooke, Quetoe*-, I'unadn Von. WILLIAM AI.HKRT PARR. a-e hereby notified that n Fin of C .1,,,i a int for Divorce ha hern filed against you, and you are required to 1 v H copy Of your Answer or C ulinK to the Hill of Compkiint on the Plaintiff's attorney. FINKKI. AMI 1:1. KIN, I;IK Hade Federal Bulldb :. 101 K. Klait'er St., Miami S2, F: irlda and file the original answer 01 Pleading In the office of the Clerk J the Circuit Court on or bet.,re the lay of April, ltl if you fall to 'l 10, Judgment by default Will be iik.n agalnsl you for the relief dsn unled In ihe Hill of Complaint. 1 his noti.e shall be published once e a week for four consecutive weeks Is THE JEWIffH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Mian P" irlda. this 88th day of Fobraur. A l>. 1962. E. B LRATWWRMAN, Clerk, lit Cant. IHrdo Comity, Florida Building, Miami 82, Florida, and rile the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the ci.rk of the Circuit Court on or before the 83rd day of ,! i9(2, I: you r. • it to do so. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that lersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 1 i:i:i:i'M.\N s CLEANERS at 1718 iMth si 1 auseway. Miami. Florida intends to reglsti r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. FREKDM \N S DRY CLEANERS Cl >MMERCIAL A LAIN'MO I <>RI S.,|e I iwn.-r HAl'.i ILD STRPMPF Attorney for Applicant ^ ( o i; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT OTVEN lha the undersigned, desiring to engage business undi RICHARD H IBsrd si No lendto register NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2905 VIOLA Bl*B, Plaintiff, vs. 1ISCAR l:i'i:. 1 lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl 1 isi'Ait r.i'i: |V) Hill Apartments. Apt II". 8in Mi. Vernon Place New ark. New J i s<> You, OSCAR BUB, are hereby 110I t ii ifl that a Bill of I'omplaint for l>lvorce has been filed agalnsl you, and you are required to serve s cops of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, ANGELO A Al.l. 400 Ainsley Building, Miami 82, I lorida, and file ih Iglnal Answei or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Cli 1 ill Court on or before the 88rd daj of April, 1982 if you fall to do so. Judgment b) default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of 1 'ompl.iinl. This notice -hall lepublished once each we.k for foui consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 18th day of March, A.D. 1962. 1: 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit 1 'oui 1. I lade Counts 1l"i Ida is.all ItJ : HELEN KESKLER ji.putx Clerk • ANGELl A Al.l I Ait. rney for PlalntlH |en Alnslej Building Miami :::'. Ilorida :: 33-10, I 8-18 the fictitious nam. ol l'KN7.F,l. at III" N.E. Miami Beach. Fta., Insald name with the Clerk Of the circuit Court Of Dade CountV, Florida TENZEI. PROTB8BIONAL A SSI MATli >N la Fla. Professional Corp. 1 Sole owner Lew. Leventhal, Goldstein Krasner Attorneys for Applicant ,„0Ni l.i:'.rd St.. N %  M. s K jo 4/< u be taken eiiiauded Apul. 1982. It you inn judgment bj lefaull will against you for the rellel in the Complaint .. -hill be published onj e ,, h e.-k fi-r four < secutive weeks In THE JKVMSH W.ORIDIAN. IU.NF AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 21st day of March, A.D. 19t>. K R l.KATHRRMAN. Clerk circuit curt, Dade County. !• lorida itm H) B) : HELEN EBMLER Deputv Clerk MILTON ARTHUR FRIED SHI Ainsley Building Minim .12. l'loi Ida Attorney for HH.ntlff 3 ,,,.,„ 4 ,.^ 1:; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA Probate No. 46677-B IN UK: Guardianship of SANlUt \ BROOKS, a Minor. NOTICE PLEASE BE ADVISED that the guardian i" 'he above matter nevstng been deceased and new guardian having la-en appointed for the minor 111 the state of her present residence, of New York, the undersigned petitioner will move the Court t" transfer all funds to the New York guardian and pay an attorney fee and otherwise, close out the within matter on the 20th day of April. 1962. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for B llll Ainshy HuikliiiK Miami 32, Florida 3/23-30, C6-1S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 2120 ,1. I. Klsl.AK MORTGAGE CORPORATION lF FLORIDA, Plaintiff, GEORGE W. SCHUBERT and MARY 11. SCHUBERT, his wile, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT l-i 1 George VV. Schubert and Mary D. Schubert, his wife 7889 Hamilton Avenue Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania You are hereby notified thai the above captloned action has been Instituted agalnsl you In the < Ircuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of FJorida in and for I'ade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the lollowlnt descrfewd real property: „,._.,. Lot :l Block 7C NORWOOD FIFTH ADDITION SKi-TION TWo. according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook 86 at Pnge 109 of the Public Records of Dad. County, Florida. You are required to file your answer to plaintiffs complaint with the ( lerk of the aforesaid Court, and %  erve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs aitoine. MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor Hide Federal Hullding. Miami 12, Florida not later than April 2. 1981 or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered auainst you. lined: February 2.. 1962. E. P. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the circuit Court ,seal) IK. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINF Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Floor l>nde Federal Building Miami 82, Florida 3/2 9-16-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 55474-C IN RE: Estate "f HENRY A LASKO, Deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit..!and All Persons Having claimor Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified ami required !•> pi.-, in aii.i claims ami demands whtl h you may have agalnsl the estate of HENRY A. LASKO deceased late of Pad. County, Florida. to the County Judges of Dade County, and file th. same in duplicate and is provided In Section 738.16, FI la Statutes, iii their offices In the County Courthouse In Hade County. Florida, within -i\ calendai month* from the tune of the first publication hereof, Ol He same will be liari.d Dated 81 Miami. Florida, this 13th das of March, A.D. 1962 ( ISCAR I. LA SKI 1 AExecutor TALIANOl I-. WALLER .<• 1.ITMAN Attorneys for Executor 1211 I.inc..In ltd Miami Beach, Fla. ", 88-80, I 6-18 IN THECIRCUITCOURTOF--E ELEVENTH JUD CIAL C'RCU' 0 r FLORIDA IN AND FOP OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERv. No. 62C 1168 THE WILLIAMSBI SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff, EDWARD RAYMI IND HA1 BUI SEN1A SISSI H IN H Ife, et al. I let*, ndan" B. NOTICE OF SU T Tl i l ierald Lee K I laj n i S Kllday, his Ife c .. Mr John w Thompt Route =1. Ashfoi d, Maba You are hen notified tl the above captloned acl Ion lias bi en i siiiiiie.i against you in the i I Court of the Judicial Circuit of Fli • Ida in and ior l lade County to fo %  .lose a mortgage upon thi following a. ... ribed real prop-rty: Lot 20, Block 12, PIN B T rt K K MANOR SECTION THREE according to the Plat thereof, recorded in. Plat Book 65 at Page %  •' of the Public Records of Had.County, Florid*, together with Frlgldalre Refrigerator FI-122-58 and Frlgldalre Washer WCI-58 You are required to file your answer to plaintiffs npl.iint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, "A serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff* attorney MARTIN FINK, tith Dade Federal Building, Mlam Florida, not later than April 2 1962, or a Decree Pro Confl Will be elltered agalnsl you Dated: February 86, l 162 K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Flor u tseal) B: K. M LYMAN, Deput] Clerk MARTIN PINE Attorney for Plaintiff I Ith Floor I 'ade Fedi I ng Miami 12, Florida ;.'-• %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2121 CARTBRBT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff, vs. RONALD E GARDNER attd AVIS I GARDNER, his wife, st al, 1 lol'endnnts. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Robert II. U'inn. as Trustee In Hankruptoy for Mason Mortgage Investment Corp. 1021 Tower Building 1405 K. Street. N \\ Washington, D.C. You are hereby notified that the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 528668 C IN RE: Estate of NATHAN N. TltAl'MAN. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have fil.d nn Final Report ami PetllIon for Distribution and Final Discharge a. Executrix of the estate of NATHAN" N Ti:.w MAN. deceased: and that mi the 29ih day ol March. 1982, will appl) to the Honorable County .ludg.of Dade County, Florida, tor approval Of said Final Report and i.,i distribution and final discharge aExecutrix of the estate of the above-named decedent. This Mth day of Februar>. 1982. FRANCKS F TP.At'MAN. Executrix JOSEPH A VON AltX Attorney :.•> %  _' Piscayne Huildlng Miami, Florida .'-16-23 aline caption.d action has been Instituted agalnsl you in the circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to fore. %  •lose a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot ,. Hlock 13, CORRECTED PLAT l IF Pd.l >CK IS, c ARl H. CITY. I %  cording to the plat thereof, n ,,i in Plat Hook M at Page 98 il the Public Records of Dade county, l-loi'idu. together with HutjioinII Igerator EA 108 You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the chrk of the aforesaid Court, and .-, % %  ve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor. Dade Federal Building, Mian Florida not later than April 8, 198! IT a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered agalngl you Dated: February 27. I94B. B. B. LEATHER* VN Clerk of the circuit Court (seal) Bj : K. M LYMAN, Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff llth Floor Dade Federal Building Miami It, Florida 3 B-9-16-S 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET! ANY DOCUMENT (CLUB BULLETINS LtTTt* REPORT PLEADINGS (•MKll or",x14— Black & White) Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAIT! CASH A CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0115



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Miofi March 23, 1962 *'JcnM rkwKttcin Pag* 9-A 5 on Trial for Bombing Algeria Jews PARIS—(JTA)—Five European Algerians, all Frenchmen, all believed to be members of the OAS, the secret French Army organization opposed to Algerian independence, went on trial here for the bombing of shops owned by Jews in Oran, Algeria, last summer. The men faced a special military court convened here. Arrested last August, the prosecution now demands heavy prison terms for the men. During the bombings, one Jewish businessman, M. Levy, was injured while his store was wreckhibition against "desertion" decreed by the OAS, the Constantine Jews were reported to be seeking temporary refuge in Oran and Algiers which have big enough Euro> od. The defendants are accused of Pean populations better able, the Lee : rece. Jewii Fontc Shot turf his :: the j the t "indlin (right), executive editor of The Jewish Floridian. es the Esther and Louis LaMed Award in the field of .-. journalism al a function in his honor last week at the nebleau hotel. Making the presentation is Dr. Judah ro, secretary of the National Foundation for Jewish Culjponsor of the national awcrd. Mindlin was cited for rntribution to the American Jewish cultural scene through ::ges of The Jewish Floridian. Some 300 persons attended rent. TWIN CITY GLASS CO. SUARAHTUD MIRRORS STORE TR0H1S FURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SIIVERING AUTO CLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 12:0 IM Street, M.B. Closed Saturday* Tel. JE 8-6141 at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new. baby with a friendly ca ll__ w ith a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your .life. HI 84994 WELCOME WAGON ,-t— urajuKfl E having used plastic bombs—the usual OAS terroristic weapons— against Jews who had contributed funds to the FLN, the Moslem independence movement. In Mexico City. Dr. Nahum Goldman told a press conference this week that the status of the 150,000 Jews in Algeria has been guaranteed. He said he had been given assurance that the Algerian Jews will be able to choose recognition as French nationals or as Algerian citizens. Meanwhile, anticipating new even increased violence to follow the announcement of agreement between France and the Algerian rebel leaders, Jews in Constantine, Algeria, are leaving the city in large numbers now, it was reported here from Algiers. No more than 5.000 Jews are believed left in Constantine. Unable to quit Algeria because of the proMiami Temples Send Delegates Five synagogues in the Miami area are expected to send delegations to the Southeast regional convention of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America to be held in New Orleans on Mar. 30 to Apr. 1. The Miami synagogues to be rep-, resented at the three day meeting are Beth El, Beth Israel, Beth Ja-1 cob, Beth Tfilah, and Kneseth Isj rael. Representatives of synagogues in other Florida cities, as well as delegations from Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, and | Louisiana, will participate in the j regional conclave of the UOJCA, I the national organixation which serves 3,100 Jewish congregations throughout the U.S. and Canada. __ Among the national Jewish leaders who will address the convention are Moses I. Feuerstein, president of the Orthodox Union; Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, director of Torah Umesorah, national society for Hebrew Day Schools; Reuben E. Gross, attorney and author; Dr. Samson It. Weiss, executive vice president of the Orthodox Union; and Saul Bernstein. UOJCA administrator and editor of Jewish Life. The delegates will deal with various aspects of synagogue and communal affairs at the convention sessions, which will also include Sabbath services, a Friday evening symposium, a public assembly on Saturday evening. Mar. 31, workshop meetings, and a banquet session on Sunday evening, Apr. 1. fleeing Jews hope, to cope with intcrcommunal strife. The disappointment of Algerian Jews over the mounting violence accompanying the move toward t cease-fire was reported typical of all non-Moslems in Algeria. Bota Arabs and Europeans were actively preparing for the cease-fire an nouncement. Many European* were busy surrounding their homes with barbed wire and shopkeeper* put up specially reinforced steel curtains to protect their store win-, dows. Jan Peerce Will Officiate Here Jan Peerce will again conduct the Passover Seders this year at the Carillon hotel. Last year's audience gave Peerce a standing ovation at the conclusion of the Seder. The first Seder night, Apr. 18. is open to the public. The Carillon hotel Seder office will accept res-) ovations by mail. The second right is reserved for guests of the hotel. The Carillon will cater the Seder banquet according to dietary laws. ^GORDOTTRO^ SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 N.W. 10th A v.. FR 3-7180 Have your roof .-epalred now; you will save on %  now roof lator. "8titfctory Work by Experienced Men" VAN HEFLIN will make you proud of your American heritage as he guides you from Maine to Key West in a documentary the whole family will enjoy... U.S/1: AMERICAN PROFILE Thursday, March 29, at 7:30 P.M. Channel 7. Co-sponsored by MIAMI BEACH 1* FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Member of the Savings and loan Foundation, Inc. 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Friday. March 23, 1962 %  *Je**isti ftcridUajn Page 11-A Fla. Reserves Bible-Reading Decision Officers of the Religious Zionists of Greater Miami posp al their annual dinner recently in the Coronet hotel. Seated (left to right) are Rev. Solomon Cooper, Rev. Joseph Krantz, E!i Getchman. Standinn are Jack Ciment, Sol Raskin, and I. B. Kramer. NEW FUND-RAISING IDEA at no cost to your organization! HOTEL We supply the entertainment the place and the party atmosphere. All you do is supply the people and reap the profits. Interesting' Phone Herb Parker, Catering Manager at UN 5-7561. Oceanfront at 68th Street Hava that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion # You'll find complete facilities to •exactly satisfy your needs In the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and) Ruboiyat Rooms, be It for • wedding or a private party I .-—tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 Bin St. A Collins lv MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY Iflflorton Towers MEW LUXURIOUS LANDMARK ON BISCAYNE BAY TRADITIONAL SABBATH DINNER (every Friday) Enjoy the dignity and beauty of traditional Sabbath Dinner m the candle-lit elegance of Morton Towers bayside dining room. Dinner music... strolling violins. ..complimentary Israeli wine. DINING 5:N TO 9:30 P M • FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE JE : 6426 By Special Report TALLAHASSEE — Florida's Supreme Court has reserved decision here on arguments over the constitutionality of Bible -r e a d i n Christmas celebrations and other religious practices in the public %  chords. The case is expected to be decided ultimately in ttie U.S. Supreme Court. Al issue in the case are a series tcti<. s in the public SC '.' Da le c >unty, which attorneys tor thi i Fewish CtSngress and tl Civil tflj %  as "divis ive, harmful ;> ive of relig%  ; eedom." The two or.jar'iitions are repre-" ntinj Five Miami parents hroucht suit in Dade County C cuil Court in '960 to require loe i school authorities to discontinue the roigiout practices. I i Prcffer oi N( w York, gen' of the American JewCoi ess irg .. I the parents' -( before the Florida Supreme here Tuesdi y oi last week, He was i pposed by attorneys for Dade County Hoard of Public instruction and a group of "intersupporting the school board. In his decision handed down Ins! April. Circuit Judge .1. Fritz GorKosher Zion Set Fcr Passover By Special Report CHICAGO—Kosher Zion Sausage Company of Chicago, one of America's largest manufacturers of 100 percent beef delicatessen products. his week announced that over M varieties of Kosher Zion products will be available in the nation's food stores for purchase on Passover. Among Kosher Zion's top line will be their contribution of is i i for such p r< nil al Pi -ver %  w i as hoi pastrami and rned and i with p itati pane ikes, matzo mi al pancakes, livei e on matzo tors d"( 'tiled s< rs and v r Pi ssovi tches, snacks ind la; at same Koshi r Zion p made fami hi -. r< cipt i -:." ffi< rm declared here. Kosher Zion products are mad; under the supervision of Rabbi | Sholom Gedalia Kolpas, and will be made Kosher for Passover in modern, stainless steel U.S. Gov eminent inspected kitchens Ko 'in r Zion's parei com] was established in 1860, when the origins s of I firm started processing kosher meat.-. don upheld Bible-reading and the 'recitation of the Lord's Prayer in public schools. The five parents —three Jewish, one Unitarian and .one agnostic—appealed this part of the decision. The lower court decision also prohibited sectarian holiday observances in public schools, such as tho.-e depicting the .Nativity and p.. .„.,.. _......_.... .__..._...,. Crucifixion of Jesus; barred the showing of religious movies in pub; lie schools, and banned the use of school facilities for after-school .religious classes by church groups. The Dade county school board did not appeal those parts of the lower court decision, but the in' r enors" did argue against th before the Florida Supreme Co m be wmnkM flOTr\ 1v£) For Elegant Functions Complete Catorinfl Facilities for that Special Party served In superb fashion within a luxurious setting that Will rolled your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDING3 BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3,500 guest*. Supervised Kosher Caterina Available 'COMMmiYAMCONOITIONI ^t EAUVILLE BILL GOLDRING. Eecutiv Food Director %  %  UN 5-8511 ON THE OCEAN AT 7lh STRKKT, MIAMI BEACH CATERING.. ah X>II>L01VrAT Luncheons. Teas. Receptions. Banquets. Parties, Dinners from 20 to 2000 catered in the manner of The Diplomat an unhurried, 3ft-spoken service that make • ent of your occasion. FR 1-0781 In'ormjI'O" %  M.& je^n. C .?.'<" • ''p Manager DIPLOMAT RESORTS A COUNTRY CLUB • pr vacy Moiiywooo Dy-iht-Sta, Florida Students Will Hear Cuban Se : high school students at Tern] El will delve into the s ci %  'i bv sin' Cn ban situation this Sunday morning. They will have as their guest speaker, at a breakfast in Sirkin Hall. Luis de I.asa. public information officer for the United Suit. Department of Health. Education and Welfare's Cuban Refugee Center in Miami. Mr, de Lasa will discuss "The Impact of Our Cuban Neighbors in Greater Miami—What it Means tolls." The breakfast will be preceded I by a young peoples' worship service in Friedland Chapel at 10 a.m. •'^mSCA^NE BAY. AT 15th ST. / 'MIAMI B^ACH Rabbi Wernick in Talk The philosophy of Martin Buber was discussed by Rabbi Henry I Wernick, of Congregation B'nai Sholom. last week ;it Beth Torah | Congregation a> pan of a serii on "Giants of Jewish Literature" conducted at the College of Ji studies of the Bureau oi Jewish Education. • M.AMI BE*



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Friday. March 23. 1962 LEGAL NOTICE UtartUH ttarikMam Page 15-A J AfOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business unde r the fictitious name of TOM ROCKET SURPLUS PRODUCTS at 4070 N.W. ::T t li Court, Hlaleah Intends to register said name with the Clerk of ih.Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. T. J. ROOKBT, Hole owner Goldman, Goldstein .•. Pacsier Attorneys for Registrant 2301 \V. FJacler Street Miami 3", Florida 8/16-2 3-80, 4/ti IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55458-B IN RE: Estate of JOSBPH DANZIG Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T<> All Creditors and All Pera ma Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: Von anhereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which yon may have against the estate of JOSBPH DANZIG deceased late of 1 '.oilCounty Florida, to the County Judges %  %  Dade County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six "l-ndr months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred, IRENE DANZIG, Executrix 145.". B.W, 13th Avenue Miami. Florida H. ROBERT K(II,TN(1W, Attorney a!'!' \V. Mauler St. Miami, Ma. 3 16-23-311, 4/6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55454 IN RE: Estate of LEE II. KENDALL ., k a LEE IIAKul.li KENDALL p...., a NOTICE TO CRED.TORS To Ml Creditors nnd All l'i rsnna Havng Claims or Demands Against said Estate: ', ; an hereby notified and required i" present any claims and .;. and hli h you Ituj hat • %  agnlnsl ihi es of LEE II. KENDALL a k a LEE HAROLD KENDALL deceased I Dade County, Florida, to the Judges of Dade County, and me In theii office* in the lounty t 'ourthouse In I lade i Florida, within six calendar iths from the date ol tht fl HI publication IM i. of, or the same ,\ ill be barred MA RT1N D. VI IN /.AMIT, Executoi VON ZAMFT A. KRAV1TZ Attornej 407 Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla. :; 16-23-30, I D IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52031-C IN RE: Estate of MAURICE I* KAPPLOW NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that l have fl!>l my Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge .is Administrator, C.T.A. ol the estali of MAURICE L. KAPPLOW, decs -• I: and that on the Kth day of April. 1962. will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, l'i, Ida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final dlsi harge as Administrator, C.T A. of the estate of the above named decedent. This 13th day of March, 1962. METER CHAIKHN KOMMEL & RtMlKRS Attorneys 420 Lincoln Road Miami lleach 3!', Florida :: 16-2.1-3", 4/6 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 13451 BABE VAI.ENTE, Plaintiff, MILDRED REGINA P< Wl VALENTE, l 'efendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MILDRED IIEGIN \ POWELL \ ALENTE P.O. Box 141, Wh i tcksom lib Florid MILDRED REC.INA POWBL VALENTE, P O. Box I 11, Whlteyi Jacksom Hie, Floi quired lo file your answer lo the < iplalnt fur divorce, Ith Ihe i "• ^ ol • i o\ e Com t and si ri e n copy thi i upon Glno p. Negrettl, At%  iii,. n i %  %  i 114.. in N.E, 2nd Aveni e, Ml I Floi Ida, on or before April 19, 1962, or < i complain! .'. ill be taken as confi ssed Dated this th day of M n rh, 1961. I-:, n. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit % %  -•-:-1. Dad Ci in y, Ilorida (seal) By: K. M. I.V.MAN', Peie.itv Clerk 8 16-28-80, 4/6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55421-A IN RE: Bstati i f HARRY .1. LUFT, Dcceasi NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demands Agalnal Said Estate. VMI are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands wUch you ina) have again*! hi date of HARRY ".! I.P'I T •'• eeased late of Dade County, Florida, in the County Judges ol Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 783.16, Florida Statutes, in their ofllces In the County Courthouse in Made county. Florida, within six calendar months from the ti of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7th day of March, A.D. 196!. ANNA LIFT A %  Administratrix VRONOVTTS, 8ILV--K A.SCHER Atti rneys lor xdministratrlx 807 Alnsli y Hulldlng Vft-1fi-?':-"n IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S OOUH I IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55402-C IN UK: Estate of YHT'I A KAM1NSKY, Deceased. NOTICE TO CBED1TOR6 To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notlfed and required to present any elalms and demands which von niBV have against the estate of TETTA KA.MINSKY deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Made County, Morida, within six calendar months from the date of 'he ft publication hereof, or the same will be baired NAT 11 W K VMINSKY Executor II ROBERT KOLTNOW, Attorney :.:':• Wi st l lagler Stn el Miami. Florida 1 'O.i,: %  ''* .•* rmniw BY HENRY LEONARD "No, I'm sorry B. G. won't let you have Eichmonn to play Hamqn in your Purim show." Copr. IMJ, Daywti Prodwlloii List New Items At Gift Shop Autographed ceramic ware, pottery and jewelry, straight from the studios of South Florida artists and craftsmen, are the newest acquisitions of the Cedars of Lebanon Lobby Gifl Shop. Mrs. Morris Blau reports that "one-of-a-kind" originals are much in demand at the shop by local people and visitors lo Dade"s newest medical institution at 1321 NW 14th st. All the items bear the signature of Miami artisans Proceeds are turned back to the hospital for support of the Maternity Wing. Mrs. Frank Cole is co-chairman of the Gift Shop, and Mrs. Robert Werner is in charge of volunteer i recruitment. The Cedars shop recently won a citation for "outstanding community service." LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE .NIOTICfc BY PuBL.WriUn IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 22P8 CONSTANCE LAVERNE SHIVERS, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLIE SHIVERS Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CHARLIE SHIVERS You CHARLIE SHIVERS, are hereby notified that a B1U of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve B copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, 1 All. KWITNEV, 120 Line,do Road, Miami Beach, Florida. .IK 1-5858, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offiee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or beforethe I'th day .if April, 1882. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will ie taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once eaeh week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd day of March A.D. ion. E. B. LBATHBRMAN, Clark. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. If. I.Y.MAN, Deputy Clerk 3/9-16-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 50343A IN RE: Estate of HEN.1AMIN S1ECI.ER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate Vuu are hereby notified and required In present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of BENJAMIN SIEGLER ,1,cased late of Had,County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offlci III the County Courthouse in I Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the n HI publication hereof, or the same will be barred. CHARLES 8IEC8LER, Executor H ROBERT KOLTNOW, Attorney 529 W, st Plagler Street Miami, Florida %  :, 8-16-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55459-C IN RE: Estate of ABRAHAM COHEN I le eas. d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors nn I All Person Ha* ing claims or Demands Against btold Esl ite:: you are hereb) notified and requlr: ed tn present any claims and ,1, v\ hit li you ma) ha \ a the estate of ABRAHAM COHEN deceased late of Had.County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Had,Co nty. and fit-the same in their office* in the County Courthouse in Dade County, l lorida, within six eaten months from the date of the first ; publication hereof, or the same N the in ,.f Ins U J< NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW OTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that undersign) d. d< sli Ing to n ittslness undi r • flcl Itlo m vl.' IN D'AR r n: al 9480 HardAvenue, Sui %  !• Miami l -I. •.. i eglsli s.,i,i name w iili erk ol tin Clrcul Court "f :• 'OUnl '..II" ISEPH OF LINCOLN ROAD, INC. A Fla. Corp. be bailed. DAVID COLLIN Administrator "f Estate of Abraham Cohen PAl'NCE, KINK' & FORMAN By: Sanford s. Fauna Attorneys for Administrator 150! Congi i ss Building. Miami IS, Fla. — FR 1-5471 8/16-28-80, I >* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 2C 2660 CARLOS F. QUERRA PI lintiff. \ s. EMMA C. GONZALEZ GUEJIRA fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: EMMA GONZALEZ GUERR \ Ban Lataro 170, Srd plao, Apt. 10 A:Ulla l *l • Ii il ana, Ri p, dl "Uba. TOP". EMM \ C Q' >NZ \I.KZ QUERRA, San Ls pi' Apart io. bet ^' lls po, Habai Ri %  de Cuba, %  ri required to %  • j,, the eompl 'int foi with the ti' rk of th< ah ve Court, ind serve s sol upon i'. Negrettl, 910-11 Congress Bldg., Ill S E. 2nd kvenue, Miami U.S.A.. on or before \ mplalnt will b. infesspd I, this 13th day of March, 1M2. i !•: %  in N Clerk, ,ii i. Had. %  inty, Florida B> K. X' I.V.MAN ;. .10, 4/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that he undersigned, desiring t • > engage in business under the fictitious name of SHNRIBE APARTMENTS at 700-710, :n l..ii.\ Avenue Miami Beach, Florida Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court ni I iadc County Florida. NATHAN HADAT REBECCA BADAT JACK IV BCRRIS Attorn*)—42U l.inocln ltd. Miami H.arh 39. F4a. S/1K-23-30, 4 'ti IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 2C 2548 .MAN ANTONIO VAZQl'E/. Plaintiff. vs ROSA VA/AM'Ey. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO HOSA VA/.yi'i'.'/ 3166 Mi. Pleasant St.. N.W. Washington B.C. rou, ROSA VAZQUEZ, 3UM N.W, Mt. Pleasant St.. VvaehlngtoJa, D.C., are required to file your answer to the Complaint for Divorce, with the Clerk of the above Court, and serve copy thereof upon oino P. Negrettl, Attorney. '.UO-H Congress Pldg., Ml:. l'"loi ida, on or heli. 11 April 16, 1961, or els, complaint willbe taken nfesst H Pal., I at Miami, Florida, this Uth da) of Man i. 1963. E. n. i.io \'I'III:I:MA\ Cl irk, Circuit Court, I lade Counl I-1 (seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk li IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 2709 J. I. KISI.AK MORTOAtlE CORPORATION olFLORIDA, Plaintiff. \s. MIOUEL F. I>E l.EON and HELEN O. DE LEON, his wife, .t al, l>efendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: MIGUEL F. DE LEON and HELEN O. .DE LEON, his wife, and all parties claiming by through or under Hum, If dead or alive and if dead their unknown heirs, devisees, legate, IS, grantees, assignees, Honors, creditors, trustees nnd all parties having or claiming to have any rieht. title or Interest In the propert) herein desoribed Residence Unknow n. You are hereby notified that th, above eaptloned action has been Instituted against you In the Circuit Court of the Judicial circuit of Florida in nnd for Had, County to foreclosi a mortgage upon the following desci Ibed real property: Lot I in Hhx-k : %  %  < of CURTISS PARK, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook 50 at Page 2 of the Public Records "f i lade county. Florida, You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with the ci, rk of the aft resaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, nth Floor Dade Federal Building, Miami 32, Florida, not later than 16th day of April. IMC, ni" a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Hai.d: March IS, l2. %  : p. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk, cii-cnlt Cunt, Dade County, Florida (Si Bl) R) HELEN KESSLER Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attnrne) for Plaintiff 14th Motir Dade Federal Bide. Miami :'.:', Florida :!. 16-23-30, I • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55328-A IN RE: Estate of Mil.FORD CHARLES STEINHARDT B/k a C St, inhardl. a k'a Max Stclnhardt, I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and requlr,,l to pies,-ni any claims and demands which you may have against tht i tai.of MILFORD CHARLES STEIN II II1HT deceased late of Dade C.nint Florida, to the County Judges of i County, and file the same In th ii offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six i. endnr mi nths from the date of the fi: st publica lion hereof, or the same will be bam d. \ STEINHARDT, \dmlnistratrlx 811 MEY El IIONSON An ney f v dmlnlstratrlx S cm ii > Ti us: Bldg Id 16-23-30. I %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DDE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1433 IP ANITA MARK IN l.l l W.MAN. Plaintiff, vs. JESSE Ji IEL LOWMAN, I i.t,infant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO JESSE JOEL LOWMAN R l-'l i 2, P.t >. Box 100 St. AugUStine, Florida You, Jesse Joel Lowman, are hereby notififd that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed ngalnst you. ami you anrequired to serve s copy of your Answer or Pleading to tin Hill of Complaint on the Plalnl Iff H attornej. CJeoi s A. I I'Brli n 223 Aragon Avenue. Corn! Gables, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of tin ''ii. lit Court nn or before the 16th day of April. I9K2 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 ,ach week for fom consecutive wicks in THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN OONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 12th day of March, A.D. 1962. i: p.. LBATHERMAN, Cli Circuit Court, Dad,County. Florida (seal) By: HEI.EN KESSLEI:. Deputy cierk OEOROE A. O'BRIEN 223 Aragon Avenue Coral Cables. Pll attorney for Plaintiff %  iN THE "COUNTY J 'JDGE'S COU RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 50701 — George T. Clark IN RE: Estate of HENRY DEWET JACOBT, 1 leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'o AH Creditors and All Persons Havi '.im. or l '• n nd Igalnst Said Estate: You arc hereby notlfed and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the .state of HENRY m:wi:Y JACOBT, deceased :.•!• %  of Pad,' County, Florida, to the County Judges of Padi County, and file the same In duplicate and as pun Ided in Sectll n Florida Statutes, In theii the i 'ounty Courthouse in I is ty, Florida, iibin ~i\ calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the sum win be bnrred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 28th day of Februai y, A 11 1962 PHEHE l. JACi H'.Y As Administratrix BERNSTEIN ,v MILLER B) Milton Miller Attorney for Administratrix mi Congress Building IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55377-B IN RE: Eatati of IDA FBLDMAN, 1 leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HavIsja claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and renulled to present any claims and demands which you may have ami lust the estate of IDA FBLDMAN, fei eased late Of Dade County. Florida, in th, Gaunt) Judges of Dade County, and file the same In dupllce as provided In Section 738.16, I I Statutes, In their offices in the Coun ty Courthouse in pad,County, Flor :da. within six ci ndar months from the time of the flrsl publication here: .if. or tin • II be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 27th %  lav of Febr lars'i A D 1962 JACOB FELDMAN A Execul Mi IRRIS COHEN Attot in y for Jacol I Id nan il.') Ailllerui Fla, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55448-B IN RB: Estate of WILLIAM JANDREI.L I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required in present nu\ i alms and demands which > iu may have against the estate ol ILL1 \V IANDRELL deceased lati %  f I 'adi i 'ounty, Fli rl i, to ih, County Judges of Dad,County, and file the snme In their offices in the Counts Courthouse in Dade Co | II'll Ida, n SlX i alone ir i fn i tin date of the first li a in i. r l he same will I'd PHI 1SIN trlx ARTHI i. ROTH !;; i A isley Buildii n Florida :: 28-80, 4 6-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai erslgned, i to engagi in 1 PSS under the fictitious name of %  ,v s ASSOCIATE}" at 7680 Blsoayne It ilevard, Klami, t lorMa intend to nglster said name with the Clerk of Ihi ci' i nil i 'in,11 ol Dade County, NORMAN I DAVIDSON WILLIAM SIK.c.EL MARTI \ FINE Vtl rnej for Applies nts I 88-80, 1/6-U NOTic r. FICTITIOUS Nii'l'ICE IS HER the underali— d, buslni ss under t • UNIVERSITY i'M ING at 2841 s W ami. Florida int-n name with the Cli Court of Dade C BENJ \ THOMAS ARONOVITZ. sll\ A %  • i for Vpi .,u7 Ainslv) Building Miani Kl UNDER NAME LAW EBY OIVEN that : to engage ill CtitloUS nam. -if : iii PR CLBAN27th Avenue, Mill tn register said rk of the Circuit inty, I'"1,'ilda. IN PECK BRANDTS ER .* SCHER :: 88-80, I (-18 NOT.CE I NDER FICTITIOUS NAViE LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ; I .', to engagi In business r the fictitious name of A-A-A 12 N.W. .'"h Si eel M i.l, Dad< C unty, Florida %  -• • i BH 1 name with Clri ait Court of y, n, !., LDOLPHE J RI iSMAN s • %  ner •: r i. sriEu :i..vi \x • Wesl I -inStreet %  %  •aMB Miami .. I %  rl la %  %  for Vu 3/9-W-83-30 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that desiring to engage In business under the fict tious name of THE KLORE.VCE >'' '. I: r.MENTS at % %  :.] loth Street, Miami Beach, Fla., Intends lo register said name wuh the Clei ihe C %  irt of D Count). r li |. LORENCE QREENBERS %  'I .. | ll 0| PAUL KW1TNEY Attorne) foi Applicant iL'n Lin. nin Road 18-88-80, 1/6 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 23722 Acts of 1941 File A-20495 NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that Nathaniel W. Siegel holder of City of Homestead Tax Sale Certificate No. 38719 Issued the 2nd day June, A.D, 1958, has filed same In my office, and has mad. application for a tax deed t,i be Issued tin r, nn Said Certificate! embraces the following described property In the county ox Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt: Lot •; Block % %  l %  %  ead'i \ddi, £ %  _' Plat Book 6 Page 182 in Section 13, Township "'7 Smith, Range 38 East in tin Cli) of Homestead, County Of Dad, State of FlOt Ida, Tin ass.-sin, nt of said property under the said certificate was in the name of: Unknown. PulesBald certificate shall be redi med ni ordlni to law, the prop, rty d-a no. .1 ii. rein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court H door mi the flrsl >i< i ly in the month -if April, 1962, which ls the 2nd da) of April I I 'Ins 28th day nf Febr 1962. i LBATHERMAN, 'I. I lade County, Floridg is,all PER, I ', put) J, J -K-16-23



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Friday, March 23, 1982 +J&vlsii fkrldflan Page 7-A Ban Lifted on Eichmann Appeal Text A. DAVID RAYVIS Continued from Page 1-A for a hearing on whether he may obtain the manuscript of Eichmann's "last testament," a 500pnge book written by the prisoner in jail in Israel. Meanwhile, a Government regulation was published in the official, Gazette, over the signature of Police Minister Behor Sintreot, authorizing the Commissioner of Prisons to appoint "a man to execute the death sentence" imposed on Eli hmann. The order provides that the Prison Commissioner appoint the executioner after two conditions have been fulfilled: 1. The death ssr.tence is upheld by the Supreme Cotrt; and 2. the Minister of Justice gives written approval fcr carrying out the sentence. Such approval by the Minister of Justice cannot be given, under the law has unless the President of Israel pardon or commutation. regulations, issued by Mr. Shitreet, gives the prison warden who has custody of Eichmann authority "ta> seize any letter of manuscript or notes written by the prsoiur bsrefused to exercise his right of! Another amendment to present fore or after conviction." Sayvis to be Installed Sholem Lodge 'rexy at Banquet Ceremonies Sunday A. David Rayvis. incoming president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai 3'rith. Will be installed at a banquet at the Deauville hotel on SunJay evening. E. Albert Pallot. former president of B'nai B'rith District Grand {.odge 5. will be installing officer. Rayvis, who holds a CPA from Pennsylvania, is also co-owner of [ill's Men's Shop in Coral Gables. Se has been a member of B'nai J'rith for over 25 years. Rayvis is new serving for the p sixth consecutive year as Florida Anti Defamation League •jchairman for the Florida Fedration of B'nai B'rirh Lodges, nd has also served as a merrier of the executive committee f the Florida regional board of ADL for six years. I He is also ADL chairman of the kamiitee on discrimination in iployment for the Florida renal board of the organization, bd a former ADL chairman for %  strict Grand Lodge 5, B'nai frith. He was graduated cum ^ude from the University of Pennylvania. Also to be installed Sunday are I Sanford M. Swerdlin. presidentelect; Marvin Pearlman. vice president; Martin Budnick, vice president; Saul I. Blake, recording secretary; Morton W. Palmer, finani cial secretary: Moe Schatzman, 1 corresponding secretary; and Milton Hahn. treasurer. Eli Hurwitz. outgoing president, has been named monitor of the lodge. Cardiac Hospital Presses for Funds p Construction work on the new facilities for National Children's Cardiac Hospital is well under way In the new Metropolitan Medical Center on NW 12th ave.. and for-, jnal dedication of the buildings is Set for mid-summer. Meanwhile, according to Leo RobBison, president of the free, nongectarian institution, which deVotes itself to treatment and reSearch of heart disease among young children, a sustained drive lor contributions has been inaugprated. Playing an important role in the fund solicitation are two new committees just announced by Robinson. Heading the Special Prospects Division is Richard I. Berenson, with Louis Pokress as vice < chairman. Chairman of the House Party Division is R. Williams Apte, with I Dr. Louis Lemberg. chief of staff I at the hospital, as vice chairman. School Directors Meet at Bureau Educational directors of the Jewish schools of Greater Miami and Hollywood met at the Bureau of Jewish Education here to set the Bureau's annual testing program for the first week in May with Bureau tests in history. Hebrew. Jewish life, Bible and Israel. A special sampling program was I explored to gain a more accurate community median in the subjects tested. The school directors discussed the formation of an inter-school Keren Ami Council to be organized in the form of a junior Federation to study the needs of local, national and inter-school agencies and to recommend contributions to these agencies to the individual schools. Half-Day Camp Program Listed Temple Adath Yeshurun announces a half-day summer camp program for children from three through elementary school ages, daily from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The program will include arts and crafts, music and dancing under professional supervision, basketball, volley ball, bowling, field trips, and dramatics. The air-conditioned Temple will be used for activities which will be divided between the indoors and outdoors. Mrs. Joseph Gersten is in charge of information. Personnel needs outlined by the directors of the schools for the coming year indicate the need of more qualified Hebrew teachers for this area. The school directors stressed the need for further in-training programs for Hebrew, Sunday and pre-school teachers. Because of geographical problems, these intraining programs will be set up in three or four areas of the community, necessitating the expansion of the College of Jewish Studies of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The educators have begun exploration of a program of accreditation of all Jewish schools. A third draft of accreditation requirements was reviewed and some modifications suggested. The accreditation program of schools will be further studied and set in operation for one year after its approval by the board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Among school directors attending were Abraham Gittelson, Beth Torah; Benjamin Udoff, Temple Emanu-EI; Meyer Samberg, Temple Ner Tamid; Abraham Reiseman, Adath Yeshurun; Herzl Honor, Temple Menorah; Ellis Robbins, Temple Judea; Herbert Harari, Temple Sinai Hollywood; and Louis Schwartzman and Herbert Berger, of the Bureau. Metropolitan Bank Dividend Metropolitan Bank of Miami has announced its regular quarterly dividend of 20 cents per share to stockholders of record, as of Mar. 23, 1962, and payable Apr. 6, 1962. Which matzo for Passover? Egg Matzos: with plenty of eggs and a hint of apple cider flavor. *p 7m 'mm Round Tea Matzos: in a brand-new attractive package! •T1 Square Matzos: crisp, baked through and through! ?"| Look for the 5 Pound Package. Each pound injg^jj dividually wrapped to preserve freshness. Goodman's bakes all 3 for your Passover table! All throe kinds of GOODMAN S Matzos are strictly Kosher for Passover, baked under the supervision of Rabbi M. Chodorow. A. 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Pcce 4-A +Jmistincrk&*r Friday. March 23. 1962 ^Jewish Floridian CfFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 336 Fr.ZD K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO M1NDLIN Executive Editor SILMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published *TT Pridir !TC 1*!T br T*e Jlh nsrMlava • uts y. -••-' .%  -•%  Mn~ i '. y >T %  Second-CUM Pot4 Paid at Mttnl, Ftor-.da. Th Jew th rieridian haa bs-bed th Jewith Unity nd tft* J.riti Weekly. Member of the Jewiih Teleflraphie Agency. Seven Art* Feature Syndicate. Worldwide New Se-viee. National Editorial Ann.. American Aun. of Engliah-Jewish Newtpaper*. and the Florida Preat Aan. '--* .--. F~. i'.in d->es not aTiaranf-* the Kashr ittl hardiee adv*r"M 1 -rr.ns SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Lee 11 Area One Year $S 30 Three Year* $10 00 O-t of Town Upon Revest Volume 35 Number 13 Friday. March 23. 1962 17 H Adar 5722 A Community Plan The announcement '.':..s weet c! a capita] fund drive kx the c~--e'.zz~.jr.z: the Jewish Home %  .'. i u; ~r. :r.teres:..-.r ;r.e ::' v:ev: Fit %  I is to allev —. InI acity 7" .. i %  ,.. it %  Equal] ; 1 drive will ] tndei the aegis 3 Greater Mi rmi ) jwis] ; -. ol v..-..• a Jewish Home tor the Aged is a local crffiliate agency. Federation officials indicate tbal this will be the first time Miami Jewry's central fund-raising and community-planning organization has undertaken a capital cempaign for a single participating beneficiary. They also look upon the Home's expansion program as the first in a ten-year Federation plan for the capital improvement of other Jewish community affiliates here. These are certainly ambitious aspirations, which admirably underscore what, it is hoped, can be accomplished through the mutually cooperative efforts between Federation and Federation's beneficiaries. Announcement of the plan comes at the highpoint of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. The Appeal some ten days ago revealed it had reached the SI million level. R.ghtly, campaign leaders simultaneously indicated that the hardest climb still lies ahead, if sufficient funds are to be raised this year to fulfill the community's local, national, and overseas responsibilities. In the wake of this week's ten-year capital improvement plan, it devolves upon the community to redouble its effort to meet these responsibilities. Highlighting great expectations in newer degrees of Federction-local agency cooperation, it behooves all oi Miami Jewry, including the leadership of the agencies, themselves, to reexamine the extent of their participation in the Combined Jewish Appeal Mrs. Grossman Honored Mrs. Ethel Grossman was honored Saturday evening upon her retirement after 20 years oi service to the community. Friends, neighbors, and feuow-professionals turned out to say "thank you" to Mrs. Grossman for her knowing leadership here. An authority in the field of pre-school education, Mrs. Grossman leaves her post as county supervisor of the Early Childhood Development program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. In this capacity, she rose to become the current president of the South Florida Section of the Florida Association on Children Under Six. Among her many other professional achievements, Mrs. Grossman is a past chairman of the child care committee of the Family and Children's Division of the Welfare Planning Council. No greater testimonials to her accomplishment can speak more eloquently. They are a reflection of the leadership of her late husband, Maurice Grossman, who was widely known here as executive director of the Miami YMHA. No Peace in Middle East Prime Minister Ben-Gurion told a graduating military class some two weeks ago that the danger of war or aggression against Israel seemed to have lessened considerably. And then the peace was shattered by gunfire. The border battle with Syria last week emphasizes the uneasy truce between Israel and the Arabs in the Middle East as a continuing threat that can erupt to engulf the entire area and, under "favorable" circumstances, possibly the major world powers, as well. Many crises have beset the globe during the past fifteen years. There have been costly wars in Korea. Indochina, and Algeria — in addition to small eruptions such as in Laos and the Congo. Revolutions have been staged in Hungary and Cuba; and chaos seems to be challenging the viability of Argentina today. In a world where aggression presumably goes unrewarded by territorial acquisition, peace-barker Nehru recently annexed the enclave of Goa in the name of India. One can go on and on with the catalogue of atrocities against the best interests of humankind And principal among them would be the Israel-Arab conflict, about which much is spoken and little if nothing has been accomplished toward solution. To repeat the "rightness" of Israel's reestablishment — the justification of her reemergence in our time — would be to tread on ground by now well-ploughed with equally well-documented argument. Once again to be critical of Arab recalcitrance — of Arab avowals of total destruction of a nation and a people —would be to criticize the world powers that, from the beginning, set themselves up as arbiters of the human conscience in Israel's independence, and as the referees of potential Middle East conflict. While major efforts, even if unsuccessful ones, have been launched to deal with most areas of global conflict from their very inception, more words than deeds mark the role the arbiters and referees play so far as Israel and the Arabs are concerned. Can it be that they believe time is on the side of the Arabs? Whatever the reasons, the men, women, and children shelled at Ein Gev last weekend only know that everyone talks peace, peace— but there is no peace. the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN Yt/ E ST0OD < the three of u daring the week s^AwF* emy. Jack Popick. Mortimer May, and I. Both Mr. Popick and Mr. May are estimab:gentlemen in the community We gazed up at the connected buildings which were soon to be dedicated. They appcarei •„, lovely a pain s t the eraettj bright sky. The crowd waa gathering in an alcove the buildings made — among them busy members of the city government busily flitting about to be seen. The. had long ago been honored for their role in bringing the new into being, although some of them did their best to prevent it a! • turn, and now they congregated in anticipation of more applause. I said soniPthincj cynical abcut this. Mr. May smiled in respoi M Mr. Popick sadly protested that Jews no longer show either rev. or respect for intellectual achievement. Realistically giving moderations their just due. he nevertheless suggested that • -how a more proper regard for learning. I counterc 1 Academy certainly demonstrates the community's r tor learni '.-: and Mr, May stood silently for a momen: %  ." mplications of thai Somehow, it didi I felt thi en what was i ts? I wondered y i "r; ^•ELA"::: :TEACHER %  %  • this. .A -.. %  • %  ted (ample of their lives .. to education. Whereupon. I wai :' an agonizing letter to mc :': : friend in Nc • York, who took sharp to my rec I about the Israel Bond national inaugural and its exit--. ;.:ums to Eddie Cantor. How could I. my friend wondered a >ick old man who had done so much for Jews everywhere? 1 isolated light. I found it difficult to reply to him — except by c trast to recall that it was not Eddie Cantor's applause to which 1 toe.. exception, but to the lack of equally fervent applause for the poetj among us. This was what the very estimable Mr. Popick meant when h • sadly complained that Jews have forgotten how to respect their me l of letters. Sadly, the dilemma has other ramifications: If honors to the clowns arouse our philanthropic instincts, while reverence f learning among us rustles the leaves as much as a dead breeze o: a brutally hot day. should we therefore deny the clowns and thus endanger those in need? Charity, too. is an ancient Jewish tradition Put it another way: Many were the dedicated people, honest motivated, who contributed to the building of the beautiful new Acad emy. Many are the dedicated people, honestly moticated. who cor. tribute to the creation of fine projects in communities everywhere why blot their escutcheon with thoughts of the less well-motivated. ON KNITTING A 0AN6U0US CLUVAGl QNE CAN END it here, on precisely this happy ncte. except thi it would -nun some more important conversation we had — Mr Popick. Mr. May and I — in the hot. near-noon sun I suggested tha we permit ourselves the free use and interchange of these tl education, intellect, and traditional Jewish ideology. Whereupon. 1 further suggested that a dangerous divorce seems to be occurr:in American Jewish affairs between ideology and our com: fund-raising mechanisms. Mr May. twice a president of the Zionist Organization of Am ica, agreed heartily, adding that the singular lack of Zionist leadership in our central philanthropic campaigns proves the stat rably. I was here brought to mind of what is commonly called circle" meaning I suppose, an insoluble dilemma. F philanthropic campaigns, by their nature today, appeal to the mate levels of our material understanding — levels where poetpurveyors of ideology can not comfortably, and therefore tl Knit the cleavage. I gallantly demanded, and stop the dr. Our conversation could be carried no further. Mayor Oka. laUBChii the dedication, recalled his participation in the Kennedy dinner t1 "" ni„ht before, reporting the Presidents urgent and continuing request] for rising American educational standards. •*• <• •:• BRING TH[ HtAVtNS TO OUR YOUNG IN THE HEBREW Academy, the Mayor declared during his welcoming remarks, the Jewish community had made a fine contribution toward this end; although, he said, in an oblique reference •• the U.S. space program, the Academy would not educate its youth ; the way of the stars, it would prepare them in the means of both secular and religious scholarship and identification. Silently, and respectfully. I made a silent note respectfully I disagree with Mayor Oka. The Hebrew Academy. I thought, better than any other school among us. must take our youth not only to the stars but to all the heavens — to the ultimate reaches of manideological speculation. The Academy. I thought, must make poe!> of our young: lovers of books and learning. We emerged from the blaze of the near-noon sun into the beyond. Adjusting to the subdued light, there in the alcove the connected branches of the school made. I saw the stars in my eyes, flitting about the spanking now walls, flying up the stairs to the cl.isrooms and halls, waiting to bring their message from the heavens to the students soon to gather there. % 



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Pago 12-B vJewisli fhrSdlian Friday. March 23. 1962 85th Birthday For Rabbi Jacobs Rabbi and Mrs. Pizer W. Jacobs celebrated his 85th birthday last week. He graduated from Hebrew Union College in 1900. and was actively engaged in the rabbinate for 56 years. His last pulpit was in Marshall. Tex. The first Reform spiritual leader in Florida when he came to Jacksonville in 1904. he has been affiliated with Temple Beth Sholorn since settling in Miami Beach in 1956. His class of 1900 of Hebrew UBion College served as pall-bearers at the funeral of Rabbi Isaac Wise, founder ot Reform Judaism and the college. He is one of the four cf that class left. Here with his wife. Antoinette, to whom he has been married for 53 years, they celebrated the occasion with a ceremony at Beth Sholorn performed by Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, who had officiated at the original ceremony in Buffalo. NY. • MHO.tiOttt ;L ajaafj: tm -—W' 1 i.iiiiiiii>'.:.i.i i j-f Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl .i !.. -|rr:-'':r.. I %  II II' "••"''HOTEL RESERVE FOR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER Strictly Kosher Cuisin* Conducted by Car .'.. ••>— 2j Rewmtloni. Cll JK 1-MM On the Ocean • Colllm Oil Lincoln R4.. Miami Beacb 3 I ORTtRHOUJt A OlNlrJO (LACfOF DISTINCTION ~ THE ONLY PLACE FOR "DOUBLE" PORTERHOUSE STEAKS A COMPUTE MENU OF FINtfOOpS jr.Noac Ittter At Amy 'lace. A* Any fr'ict COCKTAIL LOUNGE Corner 132nd St one) S. Diiie H„ Phonr CE 5-1621 'Unusual and Delightful Old World Atmosphere Lounge—Entertainment YOUK HOST, JOE COHEN Food Served S p.m. — 1 a.m. 1850 Le Jeune Rd. /A/r//£ CELLAR orm CONGRESS AIRPORT INN NE S-0-4.lt KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co Owner WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: There's a slight slowdown in the influx of name stars this coming week. But. just like they say on TV. there's more to come. Passover comes later this year, starting Apr. 18, and that's when our town should be swollen at the seams again, with a fresh new crowd of visitors swarming in for celebrated Seder time and other highlights of that holiday period. Activity continues at brisk pace, however, at the Pompeii room ot the Eden Roc. Comedian Alan King dominates the scene there. Alan is back for a second visit to Harry Mufson's hostelry and. as usual, is extending his impish appeal to all ages, and few are the performers who can boast of that. Alan's supporting cast includes the songstress Tina Robin, and the dancing Taylor Twins. Connie Francis, probably the "hottest" voice on records today, makes hsr bov/ at the Eden Roc on Tuesday, with comic Bcb Melvin and the MaHisor Trio. Connie's big hit at the present is "Don't Break the Heart That Loves You," written by Benny Davis. The Deauville closes the Casanova room following the Sunday night performances c,f comic Jack Carter and singer Brenda Lee. Mor' %  ris Lan.sburgh will open the big room again Apr. 20, when the ever, sensational Sammy Davis mikes his first appearance at the Deauville. He'll be there for 10 days. What a Passover package that makes. The Tack room of the Diplomat, which has rapidly become the springboard for new song stars—remember Damita Jo?—has come up with another popular vocal personality in Gene McDaniels, of Liberty records. M %  %  %  BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Milt Trenier, at Copa City, is probably the swingiest singer to hit this town since Sinatra. Besides his tricky singing style, he moves around the stage gracefully and smoothly, dancing and twisting, with pleasant chatter during and between tunes. Star of the Copa City—Belle Barth—is in her 11th week at the Dade blvd. nitery, and that's an unbeatable record for a feminine performer. Martha Raye could only go six weeks at the same club. Looking forward to actor Sam Levene's return to Coconut Grove Playhouse. I'll never forget his role in "Three Men on a Horse," when it opened on Broadway. Sam's an actor's actor. He'll star at the Playhouse in "Make a Million," opening Tuesday. John Payne makes his stage bow here on Apr. 10 at the same theatre, in a preBroadway showing of "Tender Loving Care." "Holiday on Ice," which I previewed in Atlantic City last summer, makes its annual hew here Monday with a huge cast and spectacular i numbers. Same day. 'The Music Man" arrives at Miami Beach Auditorium for a week's run. No slowdown in stage spectaculars, that's for sure. -fc 4c MOVIE TIME: Sex t^kes a holiday at our local art houses this week. "Murder She Said.'' a delightful comedy thriller, by Agatha Christie, with a cast headed by Margaret Rutherford. Arthur Kennedy ar.d Muriel Pavlow, is ;il the Normandie and Parkway. The Mayfair and Sunset display a French lrolic. "La Belle American.c." -tarring Robert Dhery and Collettc Brossett. Dhcry is considered one of the continent's most delightful new comedy stars. "Sweet Bird cf Youth," distinguished by Geraldine Page's performance as a fallen woman, holds over at the Carib, Miami, Miracle, Essex and 163rd St. Theatres. Paul Newman plays tho role of a dis^asteful gigolo, while Shirley Knight holds down the ingenue part. "King of Kings," begins a popular-price, continuous engagement at the Paramount, Coral and Boulevard. • Judgment at Nuremberg'' has picked up a lot of extra business since going on a popular-price run at the Lincoln. "El Cid" holds over a reserved seat engagement at the Roosevelt, and ditto "West Side Story" at the Sheridan. The controversial remake of the Broadway hit and movie, "The Children's Hour," is current at the Olympia, Beach, Gables and Shores. -* ON THE TOWN: "Water, stay away from my door," could be the theme song for one of Miami's most unusual restaurants. It's the Rathskeller, cellar restaurant at the Congress Airport Inn. Recently opened by Joe Cohen, of Miami Beach, the former owner of the Embers and Beef and Bird, the Ralhskellar is Austro-German in decorative motif and offers the favorite food of those countries, plus American steak and roast beef items. The new Cafe Jardin Suisse in the Roney Plaza hotel quietly opened its doors to the public Monday. Executive director, Ronald Spetalnick, planned the grand opening for Wednesday, thus giving his staff "on the floor" practice. Featuring Swiss French cuisine, the Jardin Suisse is an indoor-sidewalk cafe that offers from a snack to a complete dinner 24 hours a day in an authentic atmosphere. Speaking of which, the first customers of the new Cafe Jardin Suisse in the Roney Plaza were the parents of Morris Lansburgh, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lansburgh. Internationally known author Victor H. Lindlahr, of Miami Beach, celebrated his "first" birthday at Miami Springs Villas with wife Helene. Lindlahr, of 4746 Alton rd., has written two books that each sold more than a million copies. His latest, "Calorie Countdown," published in January by Prentice-Hall, is off to a fast start toward the mai. ic "million" mark. %  %  HERE AND THERE: Leo Fenstcr scored a fine 75 at Doral to make his tournament bow in the Doral $50,000 Open, current at the new Miami country club and resort, with the world's greatest golfers. Seymour Rubin scored a 75 also, to earn the medal in the qualifying round for the Bayshore championship. He'll be a tough man to beat. Most improved of the young-oldsters at Bayshore, perennial visitor Ed Glickstein. Shot a 38 the other afternoon on the long front nine at Bayshore. How do you like a man at 70 hitting the ball 20 yards further than he did five years ago? That's Glickstein's achievement under the eagle eye of his pro, John Conti. Many friends of Nate Feeman, the veteran pro, and long-time teacher at Bayshore, are curious about Nate's sudden absence at the course. He's gone to New York to start a new post at Saks-Fifth Ave. Nate was summoned by Ben Hogan to take charge of a new department featuring Hogan's golf goods. This "break" couldn't happen to a nicer guy. Good luck, Nate Feeman. WAITER WEISS Kam Coordinates Convention Event The appointment of Hyman Kam as special coordinator for the local hospitality arrangements in conlection with the biennial conven'ion of the Naional Jewish Welfare Board wa s announced by A. Budd Cutler, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Comm u n i ty Center, host agency lor KAM the event. Kam has been active in many phases of Center leadership, having served on its board of directors for many years, president of the Miami Branch Golden Age Friendship Club, and volunteer coordina1 tor for the JWB Armed Service: work at the Veterans Hospital. Kam will resign from his post as president of the Golden \ in order to undertake the responsibilities involved in the convention preparations. The convention opens here Apr. 4. Weiss Predicts Added Growth County Commissioner Walter Weiss, predicting "progress for South Dade in the next four years that will exceed the previous 20 years," announced Tuesday that he will be a candidate for reelection to his District 4 post. In the past four years, Weiss said, "a solid foundation has beep, laid for the long-term future of South Dade. It has been fascinating to play a role in laying tha'. foundation, and I want very much to be on the county commission to finish the job." The next few years, he said, should see "four great overall projects come to fruition — four projects that will make South Dado one of the most prosperous and fast-growing areas in the nati Accordig to Weiss these include industrial development, now so imminent with the announcement by Aerojet-General, Seadade Refinery, and other business giants that they will build in South Dade; advanced planning, now completed on South Dade's first major civilian airport. expected to be completed with federal matching funds west of Homestead this autumn; rapid development of South Dade's road network to service the growing area; continuation of the outstanding water resources and flood control projects so vital to South Dade and its growing needs. CBS Report to be Shown "Thunder on the Right." the recent CBS Report, will he shown at a brunch of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday. 10:30 a.m., in the Temple Auditorium. Gulf stream Sets Top Handicap A preview of a good many Florida Derby candidates and : :he top grass event of the current meeting provide the twin features of the third week of the Gulfstream Park meeting. The Fountain of Youth Stakes or. Wednesday was the vehicle which paraded top three year-olds over the mile and a sixteenth distance, among them numerous eligible! be. ing tested for the sterner Flor Derby which is scheduled Mar. 31 at a mile and an eighth. Saturday's feature will be the Donn Handicap, a test ;.: a mile and! a half on the turf course and from the 53 eligibles to this $35,000 added event, it is expected that a dozen will answer the call. Mrs. Moody Jolley's Ridan and Fred W. Hooper's Admiral's Voyage head the list of possible prospects for the Fountain of Youth. 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Page 14-B Jet*1st nnridnar Friday. March 23, 1962 'f Israel in Major Role in Africa, Carl Alpert Says .Israel is playing a major role m improving relations between the West ana the nations of Africa, according to Carl Alpert. assistant to the president of Technion, Isjuel Institute of Technology. Addressing a luncheon hosted recently by Jacob Rifkin.and attended by Greater Miami supporters of Technion. Alpert described %  what he called "Israel's Point Tour'' program to the underdeveloped nations of Africa. "In the last four years. Israel has established an interesting new kind of relation with 30 countries of Africa and Asia," A pert explained. "It involves syncing cf hundreds of Israeli engineers, architects, teachers, and other experts to these nations, and receiving several thousands •* their citizens in Israel's schools." At the core of thi= program, Alien explained, is Technion, Isonly technological training center. Technion educators have taken over direction of a number of technical schools in Africa." Alpert said. "These people need help— and they won't seek it from colonial powers. They don't want it from Russia or the United Stales because small nations just don't trust big countries." stead, Alpert said, these new nations have turned to Israel — itself a small country recently Through the throes of liberation and statehood. "This has put a tremendous burden on Technion," Alpert said. Israel needs all its engineers and teachers. But through this program, Israel wins friends and strengthens the democratic world." Beginning in 1962. Alpert said, Technion will open special courses in African engineering — with the emphasis on agriculture. "Little Israel cultivates every possible acre." Alpert said, "so we know how to assist African nations who must plant farms on rocky hillsides." This year, 40 African students have begun 4-year courses, taught in English, in agricultural engineering at Technion, Alpert concluded. Hail to Launch Campaign Here With th< theme. "First Call for Hall," .pporters and friends will join with Commissioner Charles "Chuck" Hall in launching bis campaign for U.S. Congress from Dade county's new 3rd Con iional District, north of 20th St., at a breakfast Saturday at Miami Springs Villas Playhouse Hall, who officially qualified as a candidate for the new Congressional .-eat last week, said that lie would reveal his campaign strategy and key platform planks at the meeting, "I am looking forward to meeting with my many friends and supporters, and I am certain they will be as enthusiastic as I am with our program and plans for the future of Dade covaty," Hall said. Hall was elected to the Dade County Commission in J.956. He has been active in youth work and is a member of the Executive Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Ho has served as Dade count \ chairman of March of Dimes Dade county chairman for thi Heart Assn., Dade county campaign chairman for Multiple Sclerosis. Dade county director of United Fund, and sponsor of the Chuck Hall Clinic in Israel. Officers and directors of Hatikvah Lodge at their first annual installation banquet Sunday evening al the Carillon hotel. Seated (left to right) are Robert L. Grover, secretary; Judah J. Sweet, fourth vice president; Max Marin, first vice president; Joseph B. Gorinstein, president; Harold S. Caplan, third vice president; Emanuel Mentz. second vice president; and Frank H. Kravjt, trustee. Standing (left to right) are Dr. Oscar Cowen, Samuel S. Gc".dberg, Judge Frederick Bcrad, Alexander Sc.i—er, Nat Trovers Eer/arr/r Schwedel, Robert Litt, Jack R. Glick, installing officer, EH Kcmmer, Lou^s Lev:!, Meyer L. Cherkas, chaplain, Louis Roser.burr.. Isadore Levin, Jack G:or, Nathan Golr.mcr., William E. Harris ."oseph Gould. Charles E. 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Benz will be 1111 n i ii g as a ioldwater Conervative Repubican and will ampaign specifically "against Federal control HtNl "' education, Federal control of agriculture, the welfare state and any area not specifically delegated to the Federal Government by the U.S. Constitution." He is for "personal responsibility and private initiative, free enterprise, guarantees of rights and responsibility to both majority and minority groups." A manufacturers representative, Bei / ciivcrs the State of Florida -::d ihe Island of Puerto Rico. He s active in many anti-Communist pa locally and acts as coordiator for an and Communist speakers bureau in Greater Dade : nd Broward county. Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El presented its third annual musical revue and Purim party Sunday evening. Front row (left to light) are Diane Barnes, Karen Karkeet, Shearl Arnold, Marion Broome, Debbie Raichien, Mrs. Sol Weger, Mrs. Sam Miller, Dolores Lowe, Mrs. Philip Kostick, Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president, Mrs. Louis Hoberman, and Mrs. Leo Paul. Standing are Ronald Tendrich, Thelma Kaai, Sam Miller, Anita Karns, Goldie Indgin, Minerva Cohen, Fannie Ames, producer director, Mrs. Solomon Schill, Mrs. William Swimmer, Morris Friedman, Arrvolla Van Deusen, and Donald Tendrich. Appearing the production but not shown were Tova and Yolanda Simcoff. Cheer Plays Critical of Anti-Semitism AT IIOO TO** IVCUVWHCM He Surges 1o Lecd %  petitii %  11 .1. FRANKFURT—(JTA)-A play which indicts anti-Semitism as inhuman received premier performances in three leading West German cities recently and vigorous praise from audiences and drama critics. By the end of the current theater season, tiie play, "Andorra," will have been orasented on 25 West German stages. The initial perf') v n n"ces '"•o presented in Frankfurt, Munich and Dusseldorf. The Frankfurt audience sat in stum ed silenc at the end of the play and then burst into tremendous rounds of applause. There wee 40 curl in calls for the cast.. "Andorra," writer by Max Frisch, concern'. -• yMjr boy who is brought to *! %  ••• imaginary vill^c,? of Andorra by a schoolteacher who introd. e b t.:-> chile! as a Jewish boy saved from disaster. The ch'W is really the teacke. HWoiriaMre Wkl. As he TOWS ur> in I %  the child suffers from vejly deetU of ai : Semitism aim?d at him by the villager 1 :. When his cowardly father finally confesses 4hat ihc child is really an "Aryan." .the aiiti-Semific villagers are onwi! 1 ing to believe the child is not a lew, ill. pi >' lent must face the fact that the boy they have been tormenting as a Jew is one of them. The boy and the town are ruined by the intolerance, hatred and prejudice. In addition to its performances in West Germany, the author arranged a presentation in Haifa, is working on an American premier and has set an Austrian premier in Vienna on Mar. 28. The Augsburg Zcitung declared that "the German postwar stagehas finally produced a play which can stand tip against the competition of American and French playwrights." Critic Erich Lissner. writing in the Frankfurt Rundschau, declared that the play highlighted the problem that the Germans "have learned all too little from the past misdeeds and the injdividuals who cooperated with the j Nazis during the Hitler period have not accepted their guilt." Judge Turner Slated Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Assn. was to have a dinner meeting th.s j Thursday. 7 p.m., at the Sorrento restaurant. Judge Jack Turner | was to speak on "The Functior; and Operations of the Metro Couit System." %  WVl•W rW*** A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Served In a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in this famous tea... 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t Page 16-A • Jewist fhrktian Friday. March 22, 1962 Only Florida Town Elects Jewish Citizen GRACEVILLE. Fla. — (JTA) — Morris Rabinowitz, a popular — and the only — Jewish merchant in this community of 2,500, has been elected mayor on his first try for public office. Mr. and Mrs. Rabinowitz are the only Jews in Graceville. They are active members of Temple Emanuel in Dothan, Fla., the nearest organized Jewish community. The new mayor is proud of his status as the only Jew in Graceville, remarking that in school, their four children are asked to lead out of the Old Testament. He said, "We have never asked this, but the teachers have this much respect for us and our T(t\\x gion." Adding that his family observes each Jewish holiday, "just as though we were among Jewish friends," the mayor and his nonJewish friends "come into our home to admire our Chanuka decorations." IIAIIIM SS In Your Future! Hair is ossc;iarcd with youth, boldness with age. Wilcox with his 20 years experience, can save and improve your hair • your youthful appearance • Free Examination • Trial Treatment $1 • No Obligation • Complete Privacy Personalized nu-method treatment for both men ond women. Weekdays 10 to 7—Sat. 10 til 2. Phone FR 4-7882 Today! 302 Congress Bldg., Miami Florida Citrus Industry Worried About Import of Jaffa Oranges WAVERLY. Fla.—(JTA)—A complaint against competition offered the Florida citrus industry through the import of Jaffa oranges grown in Israel was voiced here this week by W. C. Pedcrson. president of the Waverly Growers Coopera-; tive. In a statement in his organization's publication, on the arrival | in New York last month of the first shipment of Jaffa oranges, he staled that the duty on imported : oranges was so small that foreign shippers are "easily able to sell them in competition with fruit produced in the United States." The U.S.A.. he said, ha; Helped establish tm? Israeli fruit industry by financing and other aid "above what It does for the Ohited States fruit growers." Mrs. Korenvaes to Comment Sisterhood and Brotherhood of Temple Judea will have 1 joint meeting on Sunday evening n honor of Inter-faith.Month. Mrs. Herman Korenvaes. of the Antl-Dfjfamation League, and a member of the Florida Bar. will be commentator for the film, "The Chosen People." A social hour .11 follow. Left to right are Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman, Foundation for Jewish National Fund, and Mendel Fisher. Standing are Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council ol Greater Miami; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Menorah; and Dr. Zev Kogan, Miami Beach attorney, and active INF leader. Mendel Fisher Dreams His Dream of the New City 'Me Ami' in the Sands of Israel Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain NewYork,N.Y.(Speciai)-Forth first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain-without surgery. ) In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. |t Most amazing of all — results were so thorough that suffercn made astonishing statements like /'Piles have ceased to be a problem!" } The secret is a new healing subStance (Bio-Dyne) — discovery of a world-famous research %  Institute. \ This substance is now arailablo In ruppository or ointment form i under the name Preparation H*. At all drug counters. A gray-haired, balding man was gazing out of a 14-story window overlooking Biscayne Bay. He was looking at Miami with its white modern homes, and the swaying palms in the background. ] But Mendel Fisher was not thinking of our Miami. He was seeing I a city called Miami situated thou-1 sands of miles away. He was envisaging a city—a modern city like Miami—rising out of the hot sands of the desert, near the hills of Galilee in Israel. It will be a modern city on land now dotted with rocks and lava, a city with roads, growing vegetation, and the cries of little children walking and running down the roads toward playgrounds yet unbuilt. To Mendel Fisher, retiring executive director of the Jewish National Fund after 28 years of dedicated service, this was not a dream that fills one with nostalgia, and is soon forgotten. To Fisher it was New Farband Branch Here Farband, Ben-Gurion Branch, will hold a monthly meeting on Wednesday evening, Mar. 28, at the Cultural Center, 842 Washington ave. The meeting will honor the newlyestablished Farband Branch of Cuban Jews. Name of the new unit is David Bliss Branch. Rabbi David Bliss, formerly of Argentina, dedicated himself to Jewish cultural activity in Havana. During the Hitler era, he was among leaders involved in saving Nazi refugees. Cultural portion of the Mar. 28 meeting will be dedicated to the 100th poet, Morris Rosenfeld. a dream to be made into a reality. ; For with him he brought a detailed | map, filled with those hieroglyphi ics which only engineers underj sland, showing that here a school will be built, here a waterworks, I here a number of modest homes, I here a road. The map is the first part of a I dream initially envisaged by Zev Kogan, an ardent member of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. When discussed j with the national leaders of the | Fund, it was enthusiastically adop-1 ted, and Fisher wen tto Israel to I get the consent of tiie government, and at the same time to look over the site personally. Now Mendel Fisher has returned. Flying in from Israel, with a painful leg injury sustained while boarding a plane, he sat in his suite talking about the new city. With; his lea propped up on a chair, he was holding conferences regarding the future of the new city of "Me Ami"—which in Hebrew means "of my people." "I have been a resident of 'Me Ami' ever sine* the Government of Israel chose the site," said Fisher. "I know practically where every stone, where every tree will be planted. It will take $5,000,000 to initiate our project. We have some money now, and we will begin building almost at once. It will be a great tribute to the people of Greater Miami, who have so generously supported the Jewish National Fund in | the past." The new city will also be of great strategic importance, said Fisher. It will be on the border of Israel and Syria, to symbolize Israel's efforts toward peace in the Mid-East. The city will have its own schools, utilities, parks, and playgrounds, surrounded by farms and other ag anniversary of the Jewish j rk ultura pro jects. Its first obHOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN DRINKING MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER? Some of our customers have been using this world-renowned water from Hot Springs, Arkansas for generations! These people know from experience that the recommended daily amount of Mountain Valley helps to: • STIMULATE KIDNEY ACTION • SOOTHE BLADDER IRRITATION • NEUTRALIZE EXCESS URINE ACIDITY • DISCHARGE WASTES If, by chance, yem have not tried this delightfultasting natural health aid, call today for your first order. I.earn how it may help you and we predict yew will continue using it for a long time. Ask your doctor about Mountain Valley Water. 301 S.W. 8th Street Pfcone FR 3-2484 jective will be to settle 1.000 families in an area of 7,200 dunams of land on approximately 1,800 acres. Mendel Fisher talked for hours, discussing many phases of the new city. 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Page 12-A +Jewish DorMiair Friday. March 21, 1962 I —— JOSEPH M. UPTON Cantor's Concert Scheduled First annual Cantor's concert at Belh Torah will be held Sunday evening, Apr. 1. in the auditorium, under the auspices of the cultural committee. Program will include ; \ i ried program of cantorial. lit:il. Hebrew, and Yiddish seditions by Cantor Ben-Zion Kirsehenbaum. a guest soprano and an instrumentalist. N*EWM%N FUNERAL HOME • 333 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH JEfferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman Funral Director Emanu-EI Reelects Officer Slate Membership of Temple EmanuEI reerected all the men who are now serving as officers of the congregation last Saturday evening at the Diplomat hotel. Samuel N. Friedland will continue, as chairman of the board, and Joseph M. Lipton continues as president. Honorary life presidents are Mayer H. Frankel, Joseph M. Rose and Harry Sirkin. Olhers named to offices were honorary vice president, Bernard I. Binder. Charles Fruchtman and Leo Robinson; vice presidents. Max Boderman. Joseph Cohen, Judge Irving Cypen. Samuel J. Halpcrin i and George J. Talianoff. Also. E m i 1 Morton, treasurer; Samuel I.ipton. associate treasurer: A. J. Molasky. secretary; .lack S. Popick, financial secretary; and Marcus 0. Sarokin, associate financial seen tary. Those elected to three year term.as directors, joining ol Temple leaders whose terms of office have not yet expired are M ris Cohen, Allen Goldberg, Sol Goldman, Gabriel Hcatter, Benjamin Kline, Morris Lapidus, Oscar Mamber. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Harry Mufson, Simon E. Rubin. Irving Schatzman and Louis Spect< r, Followin;.' the election. Dr. Irving Lehrman paid special tribute to the congregation's patron and donor members. During the evening, Gabriel Heatter narrated a musical sketch, written by Trixie Levin, that featured Cantor Ilir.-h Adler and the Temple Choir under the direction of Florence Goldring. 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Box 7207, ludlom Branch We Clean MONUMENTS, Call For FREE ESTIMATES. Syria, Israel Complain to UN SAMUEL FRIEDLAND Testimonial Held For Cantor Brill At a testimoi.ial dinner last week given at Temple Zaniora. in honor of Cantor Rudolf Brill, lie was presented with his portrait in oil. to be hung in the main hall 01 the Temple. Lauding his 12 years of service. tribute was paid to Cantor Brill hj Nathan Davidow, Temple president. Herman Douglass, vice president. Cantor Seymour Hlnkes, Milton Gaynor, Sidney H. Palmer. Steven Shuman, representing the Bar Mitizvah class, and Rabbi Morton Malavsky. president of t h e Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Entertainment was under direction of Julius Taylor and included songs by Jack Asantwicky, and vocal selections by Fannie Ames, accompanied at the piano by Dr. Sidney Zurik. Guests from Bangor. Me., where Cantor Brill formerly lived, included Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gass, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Shiro. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grossman, Mr. and Mrs Ilyman Pertes, William and Sam Viner, Max Kaminsky, .lean GnisMrs. Mac Falik, Cantor Brill's bury, Jean Mayer. Sophie Kirn. Fannie Anns. Harry Haben. and : • Mac Falik Cantor liter, now ol '.lie Bronx. N.Y. Chairmen of the evening were Edwin Solomon and Julius Tavior. Continued from Pace 1-A firmly rejected by the Israel delegation here. "The Israel action was taken in accordance with Israel's legitimate right of selfdefense." The Syrian complaint avoided mention of the harrassing by the Syrian gun positions of Israeli patrol boats and fishermen on Lake Tiberias—acts which precipitated Israel's raid on these positions. It charged Israel with attacks by mortars, artillery and from aircraft against seven Syrian villages. The Israeli spokesman said that the Syrian letters "gives a completely untrue account of the clash'" and drew attention to the fact that "the letter is also remarkably silent about the chain of events leading up to this incident." "Lake Tiberias." t h c Israeli spokesman emphasized, "is wholly within Israel territory. Near its northeastern shore, the Syrians have established fortified gun positions, from which they have repeatedly fired on Israel fishing boats and police patrol vessels on the Lake—most recently on Mar. 8. 15 and 16. When appeals and warnings through the United Nations authorities failed to stop these Syrian violations of the Charter jnd the Armistice .Agreement, an Israel force destroyed cert aw Svr. ian gun positions from which the firing had been directed. PALMER MEMORIALS GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. 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Page 14-A fJewisti meridian Friday, March 23. 1962 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPL1N The Manner of Dying Severed Their Will to Live THE ACCIDENT. Bv Elie Wiesel. Translated from the French by Anne Borchardt. 120 pp. New York: Hill and Wan 3 I'll Fifth Ave. $3.00. I BEGIN TO become accustomed to the yearly appearance of an Klie Wiesel book. Inevitably it is a slender, wellmade volume set in attractive type; inevitably, too. it is a hook of disturbing power which I open with something like fear, girded to leave my living room and enter the real world. Two years ago I was rocked by •Night." a harrowing evocation of Auschwitz and the death of God United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON in a Child; lust year "Dawn" broke over me with some of the same force, despite its incompletely realized theme. "The Accident" (Le Jour" in its French publication) is the best ol the three, a strong book of terrifying vision which spills daylight into the darker rooms of the soul, stirring up all the lust for death. Its hero is Ihe little boy of the firs! book who saw his god go up in the smoke of the crematoria, and the young man of the terrorist gang in Israel who needed:desperalely to learn to hate. Now with neither God nor hate, he wailu the streets of New York into the images of his past, unable to love, his life an Meaning Behind U Thant's Latest Appointment United Nations an F RIENDS OF ISRAEL at the United Nations are watching carefully] these days what goes on, on the 38th | floor—meaning the office of Acting Secretary General U Thant. Two recent appointments by Mr. Thant are of particular interest. The first concerns his selection of Dr. Omar I I.outfi, formerly the United Arab Republic's permanent representative here, to the post of Undersecretary. The second and latest, which went into effect Mar. 15. is the appointment Of Moscow's principal Arab expert. Eugeny D. Kisclev. to another of the top Undersecretary posts. In the case of Mr. Kiselev. there is no doubt that Mr. Thant had no choice in the matter. At the time he took otfice, he announced that, among his principal advisers. Undersecretary Georgy P. Arkadev, would hold a ranking Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIK A Study in Orange H |ISTORY, it has been said, is the composite picture of the selected few who. by power of mind and personality, have dominated and influenced human events since the beginning of counted time. There are those who will question this thesis, but even an untrainej reader of the human record must discern that alwaysin great epochs of human change the center of the stage was occupied by a giant who almost alone symbolized the cravings, the turmoil and the agony of his age. America's contribution to the gallery of the selected few was Abraham Lincoln, who not only had a date with destiny but influenced its course as no other man in American historc Excorr for craftiness perhaps and greater vision. Lincoln appeared indistinguishable from the genre of men that passed lor politicians in his day Me was shrewd, ambitious, summit-bound and oiten the coiner of semantics that did not lit his stature. But there win greater dimensions to the man. a depth that was beyond the reach and comprehension ol the puny hands that manipulated the political framework thai was to be his instrument of operation. The master was not always his own master, and the hand that strove to forge a new image of a tree America, as the country was reaching out for the promise oi the twentieth century, often wavered in agonizing hesitation. Yet Lincoln knew his path, by intuition, by the prompting of heart. His heart ached and probably broke under Ihe approaching tragedy, but there was a greater destiny for America than making peace with slavery. It is a measure of Lincoln's greatness that practical America to this day has not been able to close 'its books on this historic figure, and the reason is quite obvious Lincoln like no other man in American history has become a legendary figure, one around which countless future generations Will be weaving dreams, for he was of the stuff of which dreams are made. Recently there has been an outpouring of remarkable books on Lincoln. Among the outstanding bocks of liiei was "Conversation with Lincoln.'" compiled and edited by Charles M. Segal and published by G. 1'. Putnam's Sons. Mr .Segal is weljknown • to the American Jewish community as a publicist who served with some of the leading organizations. It is therefore interesting that he saw fit—properly so in this columnist's opinion — not to dwell specifically on the lachrymose and overworked theme _of Lincoln and the Jews. In his preface. Mr. Segal tells us that his wife, Annette, had been most helpful in his research—a truly colossal task. This is no perfunctory tribute, for Mrs. Segal, who passed away suddenly as the laudatory press reviews began to pour in, was in fact co-editor of the volume. place. Mr. Arkadev. a Soviet citizen, submitted his resignation. Obviously, his successor had to be appointed in accordance with the Kremlin's wishes, and Mr. Kiselev is the man. But interest centers here on the reason why the Soviet Government placed Mr. Kiselev in this strategic UN post. Mr Kiselev is well known here, both in person and by reputation. Back during 1943-45. he was Soviet Consular General in New York. While the UN had not been born as yet by that time, many of the old-time diplomats here remember the man. Those who don't know him personally, know his record. From 1955 through 1959. Mr. Kiselev was the Kremlin's hatchet man in Egypt. He was Ambassador to Cairo. He was the man who helped engineer the move for opening the Arab Middle East to the largescale shipments of Russian and other Communist-originated armaments. It was he who routed to Alexandria the vast armaments which Egypt stored in the Sinai Desert— obviously aimed at aggression against Israel. It was he who arranged Soviet shipment of submartes to Egypt. Later, he returned home and became head of the Soviet Foreign Ministry's Department of the Middle East. It was under Kiselev's management, therefore, that other large quantities of war hardware continued flowing not only to Egypt but also to Iraq and to Syria. Now he enters the UN as one of the Secretary General's principal advisers. Dr. Loutfi is. on the surface, in another category. The question had been asked earlier, when the Ix>utfi appointment was announced, why the representative of a discredited, warmongering dictator like Nasser had to be chosen as Undersecretary. That question has never been answered. But now conies another development. When Loutfi was appointed an Undersecretary, diplomats here wondered what his specific assignment would be. Mr. Thant wasn't saying. Now Mr. Thant has spoken upon this point. Dr. Loutfi is an Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs. An Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs is in a very special category—depending entirely on the wishes of the Secretary General. Like any government's cabinet minister "without portfolio." such a man can be very important in the Administration, or he can be a zero, with nothing to do. But there is only one other Undersecretary with the "special political affairs" label. He is Dr. Ralph J. Bunche—obvioibly anything but a zero Nasser's man Loutfi now shares Bundle's status — and people here wonder. Certainly, one meaning given to these developments concerns the possibility that the top Secretariat is now overloaded with Middle East experts — real or imagined. Kiselev is one, from the Soviet point of view. Bunche is another — strictly from the UN point of view. Where, then, does Loutfi fit? Does Mr. Thant really need another Middle East "expert" — one representing Nasser? Time may provide some of the answers to these questions. Meanwhile, it is important to friends of Israel here that a close watch be kept on the doings on the 38th floor. excruciatingl) painful affront to his memories of the dead For i; lnot their deaths but the manner of their dyin which has severed the will to live within him, so that the present is simply an instrument to recall the past—to remember Sarah, the golden-haired Paris prostitute who at the age of twelve was offered as a "birthday present" to the commandant of the concentration camp, and C.olda w hose baby cried in a bunker and who handed it to Shmuel the chicken slaughterer. And to remember his grandmother: "But above all I am the one who saw his grandmother go to heaven. Like a flame, she chased away the sun and took its place. And this new sun which blinds instead of giving light forces me to walk with my head down. It weighs upon the future of man. It casts a gloom over the hearts and vision of generations to come." Like Schwarz-Bart in "The Last of the Just." Wiesel is haunted by the fact that the bodies of his loved ones were buried on the wind, that they ascended to heaven up the chimneys of Auschwitz and became a part of every cloud, so that a grey day increasi %  his suffering and a passing breeze touches his lace with agony. It is more than simply sensitivity, this exquisite exci> sion of Ihe heart. You have to BUSpend modern psychology and give ear to earlier echoes. It is to the poetry of the inner vision thai Klie Wiesel gives his tortured obeisance-. to the real world which runs like a stream of pain beneath the civilised overlay in every man. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ New Lincoln Volume % HE METROPOLITAN dailies %  have been carrying stones ibout the first commercial shipnents of Israeli oranges to t h e I United States. It is reported that [Israel looks forward to marketing [.oine two million cases of her "JatI as" here, and it is hoped through his to help cover the deficit between Israel's exports and imports. If enough Americans eat the Israeli oranges, they will be lull of vitamins and help "eat up" Israel's foreign trade deficit. Israel's ancient export was the Torah. If Israel received royalties on all the Bibles sold in the world, there would be no difficulty of her balancing her foreign trade. She started at the wrong end. She should have exported oranges or pumpernickel— something for daily use—instead of once a week. It's good that Israel is now exporting oranges for still another reason. The world knows our capacity for spiritual manufacture. It concedes our brain, but questions our brawn. The Jew, I think, does have a special liking for the mind and spirit. The Talmud tellls of a disputation on what is greater —action or study. Rabbi Tarphon said action is most important, but Rabbi Akiba thought study was most important. After such discussion, it was concluded that Rabbi Akiba was right—that study was most important—because study led to right action and so in fact comprehended action. I have told the story before—but a good story is worth repeating—about the American tourist who visiting Israel paused to admire a beautilul orange grove and then could not resist shaking a tree and treating himself to one of its oranges. The deed did not escape the eye of the owner, who called out, "Reb Yid. the Torah commands. 'Thou Shalt not steal.' What a wonderful land Israel is," exclaimed the tourist, 'Li what other country can you eat an orange right off the tree and at the same tune hear the words of the Torah?" How did they become orange growers? The first settlers, the pioneers of Rishop and Petach Tikvah, in the beginning knew nothing of agriculture. Their ancestors of course had been good farmers. Bigot Plans to Besmirch the Season of Peace THE ATTENTION of Jewish orgamza%  tions engaged in combatting bigotry is now centered on Apr. 20. Two most sacred holy days in the Christian and! Jewish religion happen to fall on that day: Good Friday and the second day j of Passover. But George Rockwell, the leader of the anti-Semitic American Nazi Party, has chosen that day to hold a public meeting in New York's Union Square. His application for a permit to hold that meeting is still under consideration by New York City's Park Commissioner. However, bolstered by a U.S. Supreme Court decision affirming his right to speak, Rockwell obviously anticipates he will receive the permit. His right to speak in New York is also being advocated by the American Civil Liberties Union, even though his views are repugnant to ihe members of this liberal organization. It is feared that a Rockwell speech against Jews and Negroes in New York could easily provoke disturbances in Union Square. Major Jewish organization are also paying attention to the activities of a new organization named Christian Citizen, Inc. This organization, which has its headquarters in Denver, was officially launched last month in >CV


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Pcge 10-A Jew is* fkrldlan Friday, March 23, 1962 JWV Urges Nation Steering committee made up of doctors on the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital medical staff meets to discuss advance plans for the hospital's "President's Dinner" on Apr. 28. Abraham Ribicoff, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, will be guest speaker. Left to United Synagogue Southeast Region Plans Two-Day Conference in Late April rabbinic-lay relationships. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Tempi? EmanuEl. and president of the Rabbinical Assembly's Southeast region, and Rabbi Harry H. Epstein, of Ahavath Achim Congregation in Atlanta. Ga.. will take major roles i in the conference, which is exIpected to attract delegates from ifive states in the Southeast area. rioht are Dr. Maurice Rich, Dr. Edward Cutler, Dr. Reuben Rochkind, Dr. Barnard Yesner, Harold Dunsky, development director, Mai tin Harrison, Dr. Nathaniel Levin, Dr. Morton Halpern, and Dr. Benjamin Oren. Annual soring conference of the United Synagogue of America. Southeast region, will be held on Apr. 29 and 30 at the Carillon hotel, according to an announcement made by regional president. Judge Irving Cypen. of Temple EmanuEl. The conference, which provides an opportunity for the lay leaders and professional staffs of the 45 affiliated congregations in the region to meet to discuss problems of mutual interest and to plan for the coming yi' ar wi nave as its theme. "And I Will Give Them One Heart and I Will Put a NewSpirit Within You — The Jew and His Synagogue.' Theme is from Ezekiel. ch. 11. verse 19. The program will direct itself to formulating a viable philosophy of synagogue lifo. Major conference addresses will concern themselves with the essential nature of the synagogue: its role traditionally as a force for vitality in Jewish life: its capacity to make a difference in each Jew's life: and its potential for the future as an instrument to make knowledgeable, practicing Jews with a love for Judaism and its way cf life of the uncommitted, the untutored, and the uninterested. There will be practical seminars on synagogue financing, elementary school education. Youth activities, adult Jewish education, and Officers and members of the executive council of the region who will take a major role in the conference proceedings are: Judge Irving Cypen. president. Miami Beach: Morris Davis, vice president. Nashville; Karl Friedman, vice president. Birmingham: Seymour Mann, vice president. Hollywood: Hyman Meltz. vice president. Atlanta: Dr. Harold Riv-' i kind, vice president. St. Petersburg; Louis Safer, vice president. Jacksonville; Jerry Sussman. vice president. Miami Beach; Manuel 1 Solomon, secretary. Hollywood: Maurice Shapiro, treasurer. Columbus; and Lewis Sternshein. financial secretary. Miami. Also Sol Singer. Columbus: Herbert Kohn. Columbus; Philip Seljber. Jacksonville; Joseph Cuba, Atlanta; and Rabbi Morris Chapman. St. Petersburg. Reservations for the convention are now being accepted by Rabbi Allen Rutchick. director. Southeast : region. United Synagogue of Amerjica. 1075 95th st.. Bay Harbor Island. Adult Education Series Rabbi Mordecai Podet will give the final lecture in the current series of adult education at Temple Judea on Tuesday from 8 to 9:30 p.m. A question and answer period will follow. A new series will begin in April. Spaet Opens Miami Quarters Harold B. Spaet. county commissioner and candidate for Circuit Judge in Group 1, has announced the opening of his central headquarters in the Civic "Bldg., opposite the courthouse in downtown Mimai. The former Miami Beach Vice Mayor. Councilman, and Judge of the Municipal Court, who has been a practicing attorney for 32 years, said that a Miami Beach headquarters would open shortly at 1212 Washington ave. Spaet also announced the appointment of E. C. Fogg III, Surfside dairy executive, as his campaign treasurer. Fogg served in a similar capacity in Spaet's successful County Commission campaign. A resident of Dade county for 28 years during which time he has been active in legal and governmental affairs, the 54-year-old Spaet is a former president of the Dade County League of Municipalities and, on a state level, served as president of the Florida League of Municipalities and as vice president of the Florida State Elks Assn. Support Foreign Aid Funds By Special Report the contribution we made through ., n „_ the foreign aid program to str NEW YORK—National Comman1 ,, -i then these nations, militanlv and ki of the Jewish War Veterans.: • „ <• w— -v !" .ir-1 economically. The record achieved 1 Theodore Brooks of New TTorK. intuuuii !" bv (hp f oro gn all ] program, in our ibis week warned that "some aii ," u> wl (here can be M self-labeled anti-Communists fit l q ue t l0n ,„;,, the communists will within the framework of Sovieli^ cver in many areas u ,. logic in stressing the alleged tj for thest reasons that our conventility of making freedom work. tions in tne past have supported the requests for foreign aid made by Republican and Democratic administrations alike.'' "There is a strange similarity in their opposition to the United Nations and to foreign aid. I submit that the spectacle of such groups, extreme right and extreme left, havin/j such a common objective cannot in the end, if their myepie opposition he* any success, fail but to have disastrous consequences on our own people and our own government." Commander Brooks wrote the Congressman that "for many years, beginning with the time of "the concept of the Marshall Plan, ted States should say "No." This is the Jewish War Veterans of the one of those times. Israel has a USA have consistently supported gnat deal to gain and to contribute the foreign aid program of the in an agreement with the Common United States. Delegates to our | Market Nasser apparently has conventions have taken this posinothing to contribute in the Middle tion because of their convictions East except haired, ill will and turthat it is the dutv of the free world moil. He seeks to gain nothing exto help the underdeveloped and : cept the destruction of the neigh, weaker nations. That help lies in boring State of Israel." Ban Aid Unless Nasser Will Talk, Says Sen. Keating Continued from P?.ie 1-A I ence U S. foreign policy. 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Page B-B +JmisMk**Ma*i Friday. March 1\ 1962 WOMAN OF THE WEEK Lillian (Mrs. Samuel) Simonhoff is two kinds of smart. She's smart a^ far as brains are concerned and she's smart-looking in her choice of clothes. Her hats are always the very latest style, and she always has that "different" air about her. Lillian was born in Atlanta and moved to Charleston, where she finished high school. Her folks and the parents of the man she was later to marry came from the same town in Lithuania. When Lillian's family moved to Miami, Samuel arrived here on a visit. And that's how they were married. Lillian said "I do" at quite an early age, and determined that being a wife should not spell the end of her education. And so she studied drama and American history, and did a lot of reading in Shakespeare. Then, came the raising of a familyJoy, Elaine and Michael, all of whom are married, and youngest daughter, Shirna, still in school. Now, in her leisure time, her five grandchildren notwithstanding. Lillian has gone back to school again. This is her sixth semester at the University of Miami, where she takes philosophy courses. The amazing thing is that Lillian practices what she is learning. She has a verve and zest for living. She also has an inclination toward religious belief inherited from her mother, who could boast that she never missed a service. Lillian and Sam love to travel, and since ULUau 1951 thev have been to Europe five times. In order to learn more about the people of foreign countries, they do their fight-seeing from street cars and buses, mix with the local populace, and act as little as tourists as possible. Last year, they toured Japan, one of their favorite travel spots—but not before a stopover in Israel. As one of the pioneer women in Jewish community work. Lillian has been active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Hadassah, Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, and many other organizations. She was recently elected president of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Just where she finds the time is her very special secret—what with school in the morning and study in the afternoon. The evenings are left free for an occasional dinner with friends and, of course, all the meet-! ings and other functions that are part of community endeavor. Her | favorite form of relaxation ? Television — and the bloodier the better. If you should happen to stand outside the Simonhoff home and hear someone shout, "Don't move, or I'll shoot," don't run for the police. It's only Lillian relaxing. IT'S BEEN A LONG, LONG TIME The Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel was beautiful. Tables for ten around the dance floor were gay in pink and gold. Some 200 friends of Sol and Mollie Sitverman gathered to help them celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. Seen on the dance floor: Hazel and Judge Irving Cypen, Don and Marcelle Kaplan, Dr. and Mrs. George Graham, the Harold Spaets, Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, the Maurice Perlsteins, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kalish. Chatting to friends: Mrs. Isadore Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kopelowitz, and Trudy Hamerschlag. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman beaming at one and all. An exquisitely-carved Ten Commandments at the Silverman table was the work of Mrs. Fred (Henrietta) Jones. Dorothy Krieger Fink seated with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jacobs. Dancing later to modern Israeli music: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser. Also at the celebration: Irving and Ruth Zimmerman, Mollie's cousins from Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rost, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hammerman, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weston, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Makovsky. UNDER THE STARS AND THE RED ROOF Bill and Rhoda Farr's most unusual house on Palm Island was ablaze with lights, laughter and music. Inside the spacious living area, red and white flowers were in profusion. On a long red-clothed sweet table, a huge red and white Bar Mitzv-ih book cake told the reason for the party. It was Neal Farr's Bar Mitzvah celebration. The family of Manny Farr's wife, the Combas, who are refugees from Cuba, were mighty happy to be able to help celebrate. Outside, a lavish buffet table was striking in the red decor. Small tables dotted the huge tarpaulined space between the house and bay, with hurricane lamps flickering on each table. Exclaiming over the Miami skyline: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casselhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Roth, Dr. and Mrs. Ben Margolis, and the Irving Rothmans. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Engel deciding whether to stay a little longer, what with their dog expecting puppies momentarily. Sitting on the couch waiting for their husbands to join them after the President Kennedy dinner were Mrs. Sidney Gruber and Mrs. Louis Spector. Other guests: the Simon Rubins, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, the William Kruglacks, Mayor and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, and Nat and Suki Williams, the latter dancing to marvelous music. Harvey Fair twisting with Marina Comba, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Mazel dancing, of course, since she's chairman of a cotillion group, and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Wien receiving congratulations on their 39th wedding anniversary. And: Aaron Goldman and Sally, the Adrian Thais, M. H. Rosenhouses, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Shapiro, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz. Miss Hollander Says Vows Here A double ring, candlelight ceremony at the Algiers hotel, united Susan Jane Hollander and Melvyn Rachleff on Sunday noon, Mar. 18. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Hollander, 55 NE 113rd St., No. Miami, the bride wore a gown of pure silk tissue faille, designed with portrait neckline and brace"teMength sleeves. The bodice v/ts trimmed with reembroidered alencon lace, seed pearls and iridescent .sequins, and the full skirt was draped to the back in panniers and fell to a chapel train. The bouffant veil of French illusion was held by a crown of lace and pearls, and the bouquet was made up of white orchids, siephanotis and lily-of-thevalley. Maid of honor was the bride's cousin, Carol Weisbaum and bridesmaids were Sheila Durst, Brenda Howard. Sandra Collins and Fern Beth Rachleff, the bridegroom's sister. A graduate ot North Miami High School, the new Mrs. Rachleff attended the University of Miami and is a member of Associated Women Students. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Louis E. Rachleff, of Springfield, Mass., is a graduate of Classical High in Springfield, attended American International College and is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Serving as best man was Steven Breitbart, and ushers were Robert Hollander, the bride's brother, Theodore Weinberg, the bridegroom's cousin, Herbert Klappcr. and Donald Bernstein. Following a reception and formal luncheon at the Algiers hotel, the young couple left for a honeymoon in Jamaica. On their return they will live in Springfield. : B I R T N D A Z E s New "Man About Town," Robert Steven was bom Mar. 4 to Louise and Albert Berris, 8330 SW 29th st. Big sister is Paula Diane, 7*4, and grandmother is Mrs. Bessie Barris, here from Detroit for the happy occasion. • • A first son, Richard Howard, for Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tupler, 9035 SW 46th ter. He was born Jan. 24. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herb Edelstein and Mrs. Faye Tupler. Ardmorr IMS. MEIVYN RACH1EFF Laskin, Cohen Betrothal Told At a reception held in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laskin, of Miami announced the engafiement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Lewis Franklin Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Cohen of Normandy Isle. The future bride graduated from Miami Senior High and attended the University of Miami on a Dade county scholarship, graduating with a B.A. She is a member of Psi Chi, psychology honorary, and was treasurer of Delta Phi Epsilon. Mr. Cohen received his BBA and LLB from the University of Miami, where he won the freshman, junior-senior and Florida State debate competitions. He is a member of Iron Arrow, highest men's honorary, Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership honorary, and "Who's Who in America Colleges and Universities." A practicing attorney in Miami, Mr. Cohen is a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Florida. A member of the American Bar Assn., he is presently serving on the board of directors of the University of Miami Alumni Assn., is vice president of the Coral Gables Optimist Club, and trustee of the Coral Gables Moose Lodge. Lynne Abrams' Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Al Abrams. 16002 NE 3rd ave., No. Miami Beach, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of (heir daughter Lynne Beth, to Dr Stephen Granet Rosen, son of Dr. and Mrs. Michael Rosen, of New York. Secretary to Judge Miltor. Friedman, and a model, the bride-elect attended Dade County Junior College. Winner of many beauty contests, she holds the titles >t Mi.s North Miami Beach. Miss Btscayne Federal, Miss Freedom, and Miss Capri. Dr. Rosen attended the University of Pennsylvania and is I ^r:ul uate of the university's school of dentistry. His fraternities are Tau Delta Phi and Alpha Omega He taught dentistry at New York University and is presents in private practice in West Hollywood, Fla. The wedding is planrad lor June 24. Gabriel Meatier to Speak Radio and television commentator Gabriel Heatter will be guest speaker at Temple Emanu-El on Friday evening. His subject will be "The Next 300 Days." -'V^WA^^^W^^W^^* ELSIE DE MARCO KtCISTIRED MASSOIS1 SWEDISH MASSAGE LADIES OMlf FOR AFfoimmiNT CAU PI 4-7893 7915 N.E. 3rd AVE. Miami, Fla. v^v^v^v^v^v %  ^^v^v^v^^ I } MISS BARBARA LASKIN Fashions for Menorah Chapter Fourth donor luncheon of Menorah chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will be held at the Algiers hotel next Thursday noon. Program will include entertainment and a fashion show. KNIT 'N' NEEDLE FINEST IMPORTED YARNS EXPERT INSTRUCTIONS 2628 G All A NO HI 5-5121 Coral Oaklet Closed Mondays Persamal Atln.: Barbara Creenfcerg Dance Group Ends Season The 1961-62 Junior Cotillion Dance Group at Temple Emanu-El concluded its season of classes last Sunday when the children and their parents gathered in Sirkin Hall for a dinner party. 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Friday. Match 23, 1962 +ikmvi #> nkridtifrn Paqe 11-3 EDWARO LASSMAN Beach Man Will Be Honored Here Edward Lassman. businessman Bnd civie leader at Miami Beach, vill be honoref ac i testimonial dinner given lv the Children'* Asthma Research Institute and Hospital on Tuesday evening. Chairman of tin Miami Beach Boxing Commission and second vice president of the National Boxing Assn.. Lassrrun is president of the Paralyzed Veterans Assn. ot Florida. He is jwner of Wolfies on Miami Beach, and the Forum in Ft. Lauiierdale Co-chairmen si the function which will be attended by over 300, aie Michael Pox, Chief of Police. Joe Cohen, and Joe Gardner, realtors. In accepting the honor. Lassman said, A::er learning at first hand the wi nrierful work that this instihas done n >. 1907, and is i the stricken lot 0 ur area but %  he I would be %  my is a parent and as ,i c itizen if I uld not do all : can to li I • n >s\ wortlu : in from this who are i re '. m< TIand a:.! it the hospital Eldredcje Lists Campaign Staff David C. E'.dredge. candidate for I'S. Congress in the 4h District this week announced the appointment of E. N. Claught m. .ir.. as his campaign manj Eldredge. two-term member of the State La also announced the appointment of Kenneth S. Keyes. IT., as his finance committee chairman, Joseph C. I-vreno. jr.. as Iv.s campaign treasurer, and Lester R Johnson as campaign coordinat >r. CUcu'iton. an attorney and businessman who successfully managed Eldr*dg's first campaign for public office m 1958, said he was "pleased once again to be working in behalf Of a man who has established a record of letting the peop'e know where he stands and then adhering to these principles." Keyes, chairman .A the board of Keyes Realty Companies of Miami, said he accepted the finance committee chairmanship "as an honor, and I consider this as a most important fight for the constitutional principle.} which Eldredge stands for." Pereno is a director of the Dade county unit of the American Cancer Society, a member of the Downtown Kiwanis and has served as an officer of the Independent Dairy Farmers Assn.. and the Dairy Council of South Florida. Johnson, an insurance executive and member of Bayside Kiwanis. was Eldredge's campaign manager when he suciessfuiy ran for reelection in 1960. what a beautiful gift and it can be yours ABSOLUTELY FREE POLAROID LAND CAMERA make clear, sharp pictures in only 10 seconds] Snap it Pull a tab There's your print tO secondsl That's all It takes with the Polaroid Land Camera, to get the greatest thrill that photography ha to offerl Imagine — the Polaroid Land process gives you a finished photograph in less time than it has taken you to read this paragraph 1 10 new paid-in-advance subscriptions to 'Jewish Floridiaii are all you need to get this fine camera free! Jewish Floridian Britain Consider! OK f 5 — ... Of mM Agreement B-G Satisfied With Talks Outlawing Genocide rsrssSrT rS5 i^jSSssM Sabrf Unas team Sura Cairo Reports Kennedy %  H Proposal on Refugees c.ru SMIU i : :L"-: Arat htmkl -7_ %  *—. =L=i==ix-~":=i -'r-J"^-State Dta't tap fcd SSS3gK^g5g|gS Uf. t. AimAmUttM ac -m *m VIUM nan HI tmmmu immm la-sw^bck* • Caam^ntiM Caa* KVrtn GREATER MIAMI'S ONLY JEWISH-ENGLISH WEEKLY What could be simpler? Just secure 10 new, paid-in-advance one-year subscriptions to The Jewish Fioridian at $5 each. Turn in subscription forms and cash— and this Polaroid camera is yours. Renewals of subscriptions which have been in effect any time in 1961 DO NOT COUNT. For an additional 3 new subscriptions on the same basis — 13 in all — you will receive not only the camera, but the complete kit: carrying case, wink light, two rolls of fim and filter! (Dade and Broward County Subscriptions Only) SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE REDEEMABLE AT ANY TIMV. ORGANIZATIONS now participating in The Jewish Fioridian subscription program may elect to take either cash or camera. YOU CAN'T LOSE! If you for any reason have fewer than 10 subscriptions which you would like to redeem, you may do so for a valuable premium! EMPLOYEES of the Jewish Flnrlrltan and their familied are not eligible t> participate. THIS OFFER nuiy be withdrawn at any time FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION & OFFICIAL SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS, CONTACT THE JEWISH EL0RIDIAN OFFICE AT 120 N.E. 6th STREET PHONE FR 3-4605 or Write P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Florida



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Friday. Watch 23. 1962 *JNM JUKMMP Page 9-* cade theatre ensemble was the choice of Mrs. Don Reiff. The modified cape collar on her coat was in black velvet. Mrs. Theodore Lomaskin wore an unusual two-piece knit ensemble of bronze llame. Her bodice was a slight blouson, and her jacket was hiplength. A black wool sheath was worn by Mrs. Judith Goldstein. It was topped with an embroidered ombre chiffon stole from Japan. A champagne-colored satin brocade ensemble was the choice of Mrs. Prudence Vaughn. Her hip-length jacket featured a mink Peter-Pan collar. S EVERAL hundred Greater Mlamians gathered at a dinner Saturday at the Biscayne Terrace to honor Mrs. Ethel Grossman upon her retirement from the Greater Miami Jewish Com. munity Center. For the event, Mrs. Grossman wore a rose beige (.own. Her bodice was of French thantilly lace and featured the dropped waistline. The full silk organza skirt was appliqued with The lace. Her daughter, Miss Rita Grossman, flew in from New York lor this special occasion. Rita is extcutive secretary of the National Committee of American Israel Public Affairs Committee, and bas made several trips to Israel in the past few years. Her dress \> as the classic black chiffon, with low V decolletage both front and back, and a full cut skirt. Mrs. Nat Tudor wore an emer-j aid green peau de soie with a I %  •cooped neckline and a bell silhouette skirt. An Italian silk was the choice of Mrs. Esther Levi:an. Narrow pin stripes of muted colors ran in vertical lines on her dress, which had a high neckline j and an unpressed pleated skirt. Mrs. Leon Kaplan's selection for the evening was a royal blue silk brocade jacket dress, featuring the important hip-length jacket. Mrs. Ben Essen. Her bodice was of beige alencon lace, with a low scooped neckline and a suggestion of a sleeve—all contoured to the lace pattern. The controlled fullness of her skirt was of a rich chocolate brown silk alpaca. Silk alpaca was also worn by Mrs. Bernard Baron. Her emerald green sheath featured the surplice bodice. Mrs. Sidney Roberts chose a black silk sheath with a flat bow in the center of her squared neckline. Mrs. A. Bud Cutler, who's husband is president of GMJCC, wore a blue wool tweed with a slashed bateau neckline and full gored skirt. A black raw silk jacket dress was the selection of Mts. Anna Brenner Meyers. Her jacket featured a full shawl collar. A platinum-colored silk broBJRS. Harold Greene's silk faille %  theatre coat was a print in tones and shades of blues and greens. Her silk sheath was of one of the deeper jewel tone shades of green. A striking black silk, embroidered in gold and silver llame into a large medallion brocade pattern, was worn by Mrs. Stanley H. Spieler. It featured a high rounded neckline, a blouson bodice and a sheath skirt. A sheath of tiers of black chantilly lace was Mrs. Francis Heilig's choice for the evening. Her scooped bodice was trimmed with a double tier of short black silk j fringe. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers | chose a two-piece ensemble for I this occasion. Her bodice was a i black silk brocade from Hong I Kong, and her white sheath skirt I was of peau de soie. Beth David Puts Out Cook Book Sisterhood of Beth David Congregation announces the publication of a new cookbook, "All This and Kosher Too." Edited by Mrs. Frank Rose and Mrs. David Parnes, the cookbook is a compilation of choice, traditional reeipee, presented in easily undertood language. Representing the results of many years of effort, the book may be obtained at the Beth David synagogue office. Bern David Men's Cfufe Beth David Men's Club will sponsor its annual Cadillac affair Sunday evening in the Grand ballroom of the synagogue. Moe Atkins ischairman. M Brandeis Prof. Will Lecture i 1 Gables Optimists Hold Contest Coral Gables Optimist Club was to hold its annual oratorical contest this Thursday evening, 7:15 p.m., at the Airliner motel. Judges were to be Circuit Judge Hal P. Dckle; Joseph Murphy, Vice Mayor and Commissioner of Coral Gables; and Murray Shear, local attorney and former national debate champion. Dr. Leonard W. Levy, Brandeis University Associate Dean of Faculty and Dean of the Graduate School, will lecture on "The Civil War and Civil Rights: Then and Now" at the Algiers hotel Monday evening. This is the second in the current series sponsored by the Brandeis Club of Greater Miami and cosponsored by the Brandeis University Women's Committee, Miami Beach and Miami chapters. r NATIONALLY FAMOUS... FOR 50 YIAKS THE FABULOUS ZEIGER KOSHER CUISINf I ZEIOERS' IESIDEHT •AJHCIACH B EIGE and chocolate were the color combination worn by HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1666 ALTON ROAD MB. JE 8-1861 Young Couple Plan Wedding Junior Cotillion Party Sunday Final session of Beth David's j junior cotillion will be a semi-for-1 mal party on Sunday. 6:30 p.m., in I Ihe social hall. Mrs. Peggy Logan j is cotillion instructor. Junior cotillion committee has been under the chairmanship of | Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, and Mrs. ; R it z Plaza MOTH POOl (1I1NI fllM Carol Friedburg and Joel Schwartz are planning their nupMa Silver, co-chairman. tials to be held Saturday evening, Committee members are Mrs, HOTU • ram • UUM CUM I. RESERVE NOW FOR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDERS Conducle4 by lh Eminent CANTOR MORDECAI VARDEINI •d t JOSEPH SCHREIBMAN CHOIR Reservations: Mrs. Hoffman JEfforsoa 1-tMI I I I Mar. 24. Rabbi Nownan Shapiro Ben Friedman. Mrs. Edward Weiss and Cantor William Lipson of Bethj """ Mrs. Walter Falk. David Congregation, will officiate. OH TRf OCEAN IT V.ii ST. MIAMI SUCH ILA Ardmor* Parti King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry King, of 4574 Royal Palm ave., celebrated her Sweet Sixteen birthday at a luncheon for friends and family in the Charlemagne room of the Deauville hotel on Saturday. Patti is a sophomore at Miami Beach Senior High. The wedding, first to be held at 1 the new Westbrooke Country Club.; will take place at 8 p.m., after a 1 reception at 7 p.m. Following thei marriage ceremony, there will be; a dinner for family and guests. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-1 ray Friedburg, of 5845 Twin Lakes j dr., the bride-to-be will be attend-1 ed by Marcia Friedburg, maid of honor, and Sheila Sandier, Barbara Adler, Yvonne Isriel and Pearl Kopel, bridesmaids. An electrical engineer at Stanford University in the research department, Mr. Schwartz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, of San Francisco, Calif. Stan Friedburg will be best man, and serving as ushers are Michael Krassner, Barry Goldbaum, Michael Miller, Arnold Adler, Robert Friedburg and Neil Kopel. After a honeymoon at Carmel-bythe-Sea, the young couple will live in San Francisco. WIDOW DESIRES ROOM AND BOARD Congenial Horn* with Understanding OX 1-4242 AIR CONWT/ONfD I/Of I ft ARB HEALTH SALON SWEDISH MASSAGE • CABINETS • COIONICS MOnfOAf thru SUNDAY 9 d.m. 7 pjn. 2O80 BISCAYNE BLVD. Out-Calls Hi. FR 3-1252 Miss Wollen Eyes June Ceremony The engagement of their daughter, Ronnie, to Barnett Jacobskind is announced here by the parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wollen, of 13105 Ixora ct., No. Miami. Mr. Jacobskind is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Jocobskind, of 1765 S W16th ter., Miami. Miss Wollen and Mr. Jacobskind are planning to be married in June. Ot£t eville MIAMI BEACH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PASSOVER FAMILY SEDER Wednesday Evening April 18 Thursday Evening April 19 II 7 5 per p* L.*^..OBKv.--i Conducted by CANTOR HERMAN K. GOTTLIEB and a Professional Choir person TAX & TIP INCLUDED KtSlMATIOHS FOR BOTH StDtRS $22.00 PER PERSON CHIIDKIN UN0M 10 $7.50 P NIGHT SevilleOHWIIM .1 2** Street, l**m> •••< MSMVAtrONSi Ct*rl UM, C....in 0 Mf. JC 2-231 BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict 8upervilon of the Orthodox Vaad Hakaehruth of Florida Rabbi Dr. laaac H. Ewer, Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MOOfBN fQWPWfMT nUOSWIMS fftlPtOOf BWtP.MO 310 Collins Avt, Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach Judea Women To Hear Report Mrs. A. David Goldberg, president of Temple JUdea Sisterhood, will include the nominating committee's report on the new slate of officers in her agenda at the meeting Wednesday evening. Mrs. Maurice Waldorf is chairman of the committee. Following the business meeting, Allison Podell and Joe Farina, winners of last year's Sisterhood scholarships, will tell of their experiences at the Southeast Federation Temple Youth camp. .Minyonaires Purim Party The Minyonaires, 3737 Bird rd., held a Purim party Tuesday evening. RESERVE FOR PASSOVER Services Will Be Conducted' by %  Well Known Cantor — -the STrMTH-HAVfN | NntrDmnW l Directly en the Ocean MIAMI BEACH GLATT KOSHER DINING ROOM Mefary Laws and Sabbath Strictly PASSOVER SPECIALS — 3 MBALS DAILY $100 ond up April 18 Aeril 2b (t Doys) per per*. (DW. *c) $120 and up April April 29 (Tl 0*y> '30'ef TOf/Kaoms Swimming Pee* 700% Mr C —dTfiew ee) \J, > ^'J Privat* Beach Symnjmmam ear Premises NATHAN GINSBWtC Owner I



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Paqe 2-A +Jewish Haridten Friday, March 23, 1962 Liebman Elected Hospital Director H la m I and Pcrrine attorney, .lames David Liebman, has been elected a director of the James Archer Smith Hospital in HomeMi ad. Liebman is currently president of the Homestead Bar Assn. He J> also president of the South Dade Kiwanis Club. Liebman is immediate past president ni" the Miami-Gables Zionist District. Beth Torah Camp Program Camp Ha-Ge-Gah. summer day camp of Beth Torah Congregation, is now open for registration to boys and girls from 6 to 12. The day camp will run for eight weeks beginning .Time 25. Arts and crafts, swimming, dancing and dramatics will be incorporated in the daily schedule. Bus transportation will be available. Mrs. Robert Schwartz is camp committee chairman. Sunday Laws Penalize Sabbatarians By Special Report ALBANY —New York's compulwas endorsed by the Jewish Jewish Congress delegation that he spokesmen at the hearing. I was trying to find a basis for pasIn his testimony. Pfeffer noted sage of a measure this year that %  i inilil nnnmil inl>i-. sory Sunday closing law forces am ong the 34 states having would permit storekeepers to Orthodox Jews. Seventh Day Ad ", C eneral Sunday laws, 'no less than main P en on Sun(i > U they obventists and other Sabbatarians to ; Drovide so mc form of exempserved another day as their relig. makp a "casual choice" between 1 e-...,..:,„.... AMOM,H IOUS day of re-:. tion for Sabbatarians." Attached j 0lls da y 'make a "casual choice' violating their religious beliefs or Jo"' nis '" s \ at 7ment'"were the texts of j "I am doing my best to find the suffering economic hardsm P; # sup i Sunday law exemptions for Sabba-; basis for passage of Sunday law porters of a "fair Sabbath law > tarians in the laws of Connecticut, i legislation that recognize! the reLONO-DISTANCI MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey F,< lirfelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Boston — all other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 M. lleberman & Son 655 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH RETURN LOAD RATES Pepper Says Dade Must Move Fast •Dade county won't be able to get tpf&ppSe 0UHCC PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women fr.lt PARKING SPACE IN KffAK CONVENIENT TO BUStS 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Uoll) Phone JE 80749 OCULISTS PRESCRIPTIONS FIUED CONTACT LENSES charged here today. Speaking in behalf of 21 national and New York Jewish groups at a hearing of the Assembly Codes Committee on proposals to amend 'the State Sunday law, Leo Pfeffer i of New York, general counsel of the American Jewish Congress, dei clared: "Enforcement of compulsory Sunday observance laws against those who observe another tay as their religious day of rest constitutes a serious infringement of their civil, religious and economic rights. By prohibiting labor and commercial activity on Sunday, it has the effect of requiring Sabbatarian merchants to be closed two days a week. "The Sunday law thus penalizes its fair share of space-age industry Seventh Day observers—Christian just by wishing for it." Congresas we ii as Jewish—through the im! sional candidate Claude Pepper pos ition of an economic hardship said in speeches to groups of North an a burden on their adherence to Miami Beach businessmen Tuestnc j r re ligious beliefs." da -'we must move fast to build an 1 The Jewish spokesman called for industrial complex here which will egislatlon that would exempt all provide a more solid, year-round "">? who observe another day as basis for our economy; to build their Sabbath from the State law increased purchasing power: and that prohibits most labor and cornto provide better employment for mercial activity on Sunday. I xecutives, technicians and la-; pfeffer was supported by another bor," Pepper said at a breakfast witness. Theodore Conklin. repreof 150 businessmen Later in the morning, he told another group at the Center that "this area will have to bid its resources against other rapidlygrowing areas in the state to secure a share of the federal government's program at Cape Canaveral." Indiana. Kentucky. Maine. Michigan. Oklahoma and Vermont. His statement concluded: "In the interests of religious liberty, of equality and of fair play, we respectfully urge this Committee to correct the grave injustice and serious discrimitv i ation which observers of a day | other than Sunday now suffer i under the laws of Now York ; State." Several hundred "fair Sabbath" ilaw supporters attended the public hearing, arriving here by train and bus from New York City and from other parts of the state. Hopes for an exemption for Sab bath observers to the State Sundayclosing law rose last week when Gov. Rockefeller told an American PERSONALIZED MEN'S HAIR STYLING by DAVID ROSE of the BISCAYNE TERRACE HOTEL BARBER SHOP For Aopf. Co// FR 4-8779 ligious convictions of the persons involved and helps meet the economic impact upon then'." i, Rockefeller said. Proposals to exempt Sabbatlmb. servers from the Sunda) closing law have been before the Legislature for more than ten Mars but have never passed either house. For several years such an exemption has had the support of the Protestant Council of Churches hut has been opposed by the Roman Catholic Church. 51 <% (j % '*" 9 ""' Iff STOP SWARMING TCRMlTtS senting the Protestant Council of .New York City and the State Coun• cil of Churches, who said that "because of our belief in the freedom of religion for all. we shall sup: port legislation for the protection I of those who regularly keep another day of the week as holy time and do not labor or engage in business on that day." He pointed out that ''missile inAUn „ „ number of sucn ex dustr.es were eyeing the Tampa; u „ ave ^ introduccd in St. Petersburg area Orlando and no c m Orange county, an dfast-growmg | Brevard as locations lor their peo-1 [ pie and projects. *• %  %  • %  "From long experience, I feelj LeGTII [ IdulStl ; certain I can convince them that | our plant facilities, transportation, cultural and educational opportuni1 ties and our nearness to Cape Ca! naveral and the Atlantic missile range tip the balance in our favor," Pepper said. r iruti*. WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY 1VRPVSE STOHI FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors aed Resifvering Our Specia/fy L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WC XS 136 S.W. 8th ST. Morris Orlie Phone Ft I 1363 RW*. *? Records Appear By Special Report INSURANCE £\3GUSt BROS R V £ ^ l-flhr REST' i] LET'S MAKE ISRAEL ECONOMICALLY SECURE BUY rut SAflST BONOS ISRAEL BONDS and GIVE TO THE CJA /HAr'SHIE FRIECBERG PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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" Penje 6-B -.knist: fhrtdtfon Friday. March 23, 1962 Looking on as Mrs. Mark Cirlin, volunteer technician for Mt. Sinai Hospital's Blood Bank, checks pressure of Officer Marty Miller of the Miami Beach Police Force, are Samuel Racoff, purchasing director for Mt. Sinai Hospital, Dr. Mark Cirlin. director of the Blood Bank, and Samuel Farber. assistant director-comptroller. The event took place at Hibiscus Lodge 31ood Donor project for members of the group and indigent patients at Mt. Sinai. Edward Plotkin is lodge chairman. Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! Three generations of Jewish housewives have put their fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality. Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neither too coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash off. Perfect, too, for all your seasoning. Today for your holiday cooking and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX of Diamond Crystal Kosher Saltl makes crispier salads The Courier Ordinary salt melts fast, wilts greens. Not so with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt. It's coarse. So it doesn't melt readily. Just sprinkle on eritp greens. Then shake off. Greens are perfectly seasoned and stay crisp for your favorite dressing. Build your reputation front Cook to Chef! Do all your seasoning with DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSE KOSHER SALT Lead article in the Mar. 24 issue of Setvrday Evening Post, 'Ring of Hate Around Israel." ends up on this note attributed to an American diplomat: There are some wounds that only time can heal and some problems only time can solve. The Arab-Israeli issue is one of them. It vould be fatal if we tried to force the issue now All can we do is try to keep them from fighting. If we can keep the pot from boiling over for another 20 years or so. maybe by that time some answer can be found." Hirold H. Martin, author of the fourth in a seres of Middle East reports in the remodeled Post, presents no new facts or view points, but the Syrian-Israeli fighting over the weekend highlighted a recent statement by Dr. John H. Davis, director of the United Nation's huge Relief and Works Agency, The refugee problem is still growing in size and complexity. It overshadows every major decision and action in the Middle East. It hangs as a cloud over the peace of the world." Look for more and more conservative candidate.to take a proIsrael stand in the 1962 Congressional elections. Fact that the Arab nations are using Communist jets and other arms, and that Israel stands with tl'e West, is being pointed out again and again by candidates of the non-extreme right. Son. Barry GoWwater's statement that As a man who is half-Jewish I resent these anti-Semitic slanders (by the very extremists supporting him)" won him new respect in all qua'ters of political opinion We deem it fortunate that the splitting of Dade into the 3rd and 4th Congressional Districts has been accomplished without concentrating Jewish neighborhoods in either district. Thus, there should be no obvious plays for the so-called Jewish vote. • • o Irving Stone, whose The Agony and the Ecstacy" still is on the ; best-selling list, joins Dore Senary on the advisory committee of the i Jewish Publication Society of America John Serbin beaming over 30 percent hike in receipts from Heart Sunday Julian Weinkle new secretary-treasurer of University of Miami Citizens Board. Joseph Weintravb exits as president R"on*rt L. Shevin, president of the Sertoma Club of Miami, reports growing interest in Service to Mankind Award dinner honoring Dr. Ben J. Sheppard on Saturday night at Miami Springs Villas Artur Rubemtein's record-breaking attendance for his two University of Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts was a well-deserved tribute to Rubenstein, who often has given his own proceeds from concerts to the United Jewish Appeal. Dr. SeJman Waksman, Nobel Prize scientist, will visit Israel this spring to assist in the development of a new microbiology laboratory at the Technion in Haifa Lawrence Thompson, official biographer of another Israeli visitor — Hebrew University visiting lecturer Robert Frost — will speak on the popular poet's early life Friday night at 8:30 at New Hall of the University of Miami Mrs. Robert Z. Greene is one of 22 individuals given a citation for educational philanthropy by the editors of the 32nd biennial edition of "Who's Who in America." Marvin Feld, a senior in the University of Miami's school of music, will serve as one of the conductors of the Symphonic Band during the first of a series of Henry Fillmore concerts Mar, 22 at the Dade County Auditorium • a e Dr. Irving H. Block, Miami Beach podiatrist, glowing over selection of daughter Elizabeth as •'Today's Teen" by the Miami Herald Notes from former Justice of the Peace Mai Englander and aspirant Joe Malek remind us to remind you thai Mar. 24 is the absolute deadline for registration to vote in the county, state and federal primaries to be held in May. Non-partisan ballots for Metro Commissioners also will be cast. In addition, a slew of amendments to the Miami Beach and Metro charters probably will appear on the ballots at second primary time. Hollywood thespians predict bigger things for Mrs. Herbert Goldberg, Hadassah's gilt to the Broward little theater stages ... It was carnival time Sunday, and hundreds of youngsters and oldsters, too, made the cash registers ring a merry tune at Beth David and Temple Beth Am Sam Cohen, Federation assistant director, ready to exit for a Massachusetts position as community executive director Cliff Straus leaves, and the Jewish Theological Seminary closes its office in mid-May Louis Hirsch, active worker for Bonds and Hebrew University, off to Israel next month. Stanley C. Myers' emcee performance at the Leo Mindlin award function last week should serve as a model for fledgling toastmasters Ruth and Jack Popick spending a couple of weeks in Puerto Rico, where Jack has industrial laundry operations. It'll be a surprise if the Jewish community activity there doesn't double in the fortnight. e e e Honor Roll of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation reached the homes of Federation contributors Wednesday. Listed are gifts of $10 and over. Publication should inspire non-givers to give and givers to give more. Top beneficiary is the Combined Jewish Appeal. What can be more worthy? Sentence Nazi Doctor Criminals, Then Promptly Let Them Off PsSVsit ls*v# Moy 5 Sooth Florida Division of the American PriendR of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem will co. sponsor a community-wide celebration of Israel's 14th anniversary of independence May_ 5, president Jack S. Popick announced Wednos day. The Greater Miami Women's Division, headed by Mrs. Samuel SI. monhoff. will share the sponsoring rule for the dinner dance, which also will mark the 13th anniversary of the admission of Israel into trm United Nation-. Popick also announced that registration for the American Stc-c'en* Program of the American Friends, which provides for o year's study at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, now is open for the 19o2-o3 academic year. Information may be obtained from the American Friends' office, 940 Lincoln Road bldg. Popick noted that the Hebrew University has more than quadrupled in size since Israel proclaimed it ^ independence in May, 1948, upon the end of the British mandate in Palestine. He also pointed out that the university, now 37 years old, is playing a major role in Israel's two greatest projects of 1962. "These projects are the development of the Negev, which can only be accomplished if the scientific knowledge necessary to prepare the land for settlement is on hand, and the expansion of Israel's relations with the newly emerging nations of Asia and Africa." Starts Quarter-Century Thomas M. Burns, jr.. a funeral director and executive with Riverside Memorial Chapels, 1920 Alton rd.. will start his 25th year with the national funeral home chain this April. The senior Burns, a former resident of Jacksonville, was one of a group of four who founded, in 1917, the Association of Funeral Directors and Embalmers for the State of Florida. If you like KREPLACH Diamond Crystal Salt Company MUNSTER. W. Germany—(JTA) —Two former Nazi camp doctors were sentenced to eight and three years, respectively, recently and then notified the sentences would be regarded as served. They were immediately freed. The defendants were Dr. Heinz Baumkeotter, 50, a doctor at the Sachenhausen concentration camp from 1942 to 1945, sentenced to eight years for aiding in two cases of murder of camp inmates and 11 cases of manslaughter. He also was accused of participating in the murder of at least 77 other inmates. Dr. Alois Gaberle, 54. was given three years. The court said that the two sentenced men acted like "real doctors wherever they could and that one had served ten years in a Russian jail and the other had been interned for three years. Spinoza Forum Moves Uptown After many years of meeting at Ocean ct., on South Beach, the Spinoza Outdoor Forum this week moved its headquarters cite to the home of Dr. Morris Schor, 4720 Alton rd. 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Page 6-A +.kwtol> Ftvrldian Friday, March 23, 1962 Tree of Life Symbolizes Hospital %  %  1 %  i %  CEDARS or LEBANON HOSPITAL CONCEIVED BY MICHAEL PIUGGI Free Loan Group Installation Set Installation dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. will be held at the Lombardy hotel Sunday night, starting at 6:30 p.m. Installing officer will be Circuit Judge Irving Cypen. and Ben Esfen will be master of ceremonies. Newly reelected president is METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. M.idiso'i Ave.. Ntw York 10. N.Y. I! alth > A T U A W S 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami Phones FR 3-4616 or HI 6-9981 Isadore Schwarti, who was the association's first president, and has served for nine of the 12 years since it was organized. Other officers are Joseph Nevel, Sam Siegel and Sam Sherman, vice presidents; Max Rappaport, treasurer; Mrs. Gladys I'endell, financial secretary: Mrs Zelda Kunst. ling secretary: and Max Price, corresponding secretary. in charge of reservations are Nevel, chairman, Genet, co-chairman, and Mrs Fe idell. .. %  CASH TO BLILD, BUY, MODERNIZE If you're thinking of building or buying a rew home—or you're ready to modernize and expand your present home—you'll reed cash. How do you get it? Simple answer. Just come to WASHINGTON FEDERAL. An economical first mortgage loan for building or buying or a lowcost refinancing loan for moderniiation can be read-ly arranqed by WASHINGTON FEDERAL'S Mortgage Loan Department. A phone call to our Mortgage Loan Department will bring you full information without any obligation. You'll like doir.q business with the people at WASHINGTON FEDERAL. No red tape. Speedy service. And the cash you • need. WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS onj LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI IEACH 1701 Meridian Avenue 1244 Washington Avenue 1133 Normandy Crive All Offices : JEfterson 8-8452 la l-ai-d Cunt* d.l duct — Jckton 4-4S7T JACK D. COHDON AIITHUH H.COUHSHOM A priceless gift from Michael Piuggi, internationally-famed artist, will enrich Miami's new Cadars of Lebanon Hospital. A "Tree of Life" caning by Piuggi has been officially installed at the hospital as a fitting form of recognition to many hundreds of donors. Contributors of S500 or more will be listed on the dramatic woodr. rving which was designed and fashioned single-handed by the Italian-born sculptor. ••II will stand at the entrance of the hospital, as a symbol of strength, comfort, and hope," announced the hospital president, Samuel T. Sapiro. Three months in the making, the walnut panel depicts a mighty cedars tree as symbolized in early religious illustrations and in the Bible. The massive roots are boldly set in relief, stemming up from a title ribbon. Aluminum nameplates, some 500 of them, are set vertically into the lower third of the panel, beneath the roots, figuratively "giving life to the Tree," which is Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. The dynamic energy of Piuggi has amazed men half his age. He recently passed his 71st birthj day. and expressed regret he may' be required to leave his teaching job at Lindsey Hopkins School. 'Regulations.'' he says. But Piuggi doesn't feel "old." Not a bit of it. He tackles new projects every day. In addition to creating huge wall murals for hotels and public buildings, he develops commercial exhibits and displays, paints portraits in oils and pastels, hand letters ornate scrolls and citations, designs religious statues, builds floats for parades, and displays the alertness and agility of a man in the first bloom of his career. "When I'm all wrapped up in • big job, like the tree—it took three months, you know—I feel fine.I feel younger all the time," he beamed. Piuggi Is an authority on application of gold leaf, antique scroll lettering, and illumination, An example of one of his illuminated 5 is now on exhibit in the Vati tan m Rome. Dentists to Hear Treasury Man Miami Beach Dental Society will meet for cocktails and dinner at I he Seville hotel on Monday at 7:30 p.m. Speaking on "How !o Save a Little of What We've Got," "ill be Albert M. Cooper, estate and gift tax supervisor, main office U. S Treasury department, and Arthur .!. Schwarlz. manager. Bache and Co., Lincoln rd. office. As Cedars official see it. the tree is "a work of art. beauty, and remembrance." "A brilliantly-conceived symbol of strength" is the way some art critics have described the nine-loot bo> relief panel. •cine of the best thing* ever said about this breathtaking piece ot si ulpture," remarked Sapiro, Is that it stands for something fundamental and solid—thai it pictorializes the heart of Miami's people in a material form. Those who come closest to the core of the idea call the tree a monumenl lo Miami's philanthropy." he said. Some works of art, like the sculptures ol B< Iticelli, Michelan. < |o, nd Rodin, depict man al his finest hour. The Tree of Life repi, sents man's efforts lo nurture the roots oi th>' tree, to strengthen and upbuild the totality of mankind, and to heal and care for him physically in his lifetime. Tinis as Michael Piuggi sees it. According to the Bible, the talltrowing Cedar of Lebanon Tree ,. ml *, IM.4 TRAVHIHG! STI'AMSMHI MO til Calf GUS SHAW IPAVtl SMVKLln< 149 N.I. 1st St., Miami, FR 4-26U* YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 was known thousands of years ago for its strength, durability'and frag! ranee. The Bible says that David used timber from the Cedar of Leb. non Tree to construct the Temple at Jerusalem, and in another Biblical passaje it is indicated that W'se K : n<> Solomon's Palace was also built with this solid, powerful wood. Still further references are made about the Cedar oi Lebanoi Tree, in the Bible. 1: si iieral the tree is rel most famously, in regai I to the righteousness chai Sculptor I'm. hi i i hii idea ol a I %  %  ; LH i Psalm 92-12:. '1 hi | Houriah like the pi tree ... he shall grow like lar in non." Undoubtedly, mosl people will refer to Cedars ol Lebanon Hospi< t.-il as "Cedars," 11 1 the dep meaning of tinItution's name can never be 1 Nazi Party Seeks To Save Charter Continued from Page 1-A by Harlan P. Kleiman, a founder of a new Hunter College campus organisation, the Competency Party. Kleiman is also president of the student government. He said Rockwell will address the students Apr. 11, while Hall will speak on the campus two weeks later. The campus newspaper, "The Up*owner," criticised the invitation to Rockwell. In San Diego. Calif., the Jewish college student from Brooklyn who punched George Rockwell on tne jaw during the Nazi's lecture at the San Diego State College will be let off with a reprimand from College president Malcolm Love, officials announced this week. The reprimand for E d w a r d Cherry, a senior, was recommended bj the student body's Judicial board which noted that the punch was unpremeditated. 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Page 4-B Jentfk>ridr&r Friday, March 22 1962 Mrs. Salk Chosen Purim Queen Mrs. Tilne Salk. of 17150 NE 4th pi., was chosen Purim Queen by the Abe Homwitl Auxiliary of ifa War Veterans last W4 M re. £ effort: good w i i ~~ ; t New BB Chapter Meeting Tuesday i B'ri i I I • by the v idem • ; i i r i Litt •: id this "the ads for ship is [ i i I %  ] be held 1 il ..• Mrs Au Goldsti.;. mi :.. x rship cl man. A new men's B'nai B'ri'.h Lodge has also been organized at Morton Towers. Third annual "Angel" luncheon given by the eon. Seated Heft to right), preparing tor the — ... n •" .T .i r:i -j I. ._„'.,**.. r*re> \naaAr-mcw Hr-nrv Green. M:Iinira annuci nngei iiuicasun yjveu uj un wu. ^-,-.— -—3 — Greater Section. National Council of luncheon, are Mesdamcs Henry Green. t> lewisl Wome I place Friday nocn ten E. Cadck on Side, Mtcnael Merae Ece:. The luncheon will honor sel, Samuel K rg, Alvin Watsc;. me he h e Ratnei Mon I mum cc in vice preside] %  TV Film to be Shown Miami Ileostomy-Colos"omy Assn. will meet at White Temple Methodist Church on Monday evening. Apr. 2. The film, "All the Long Night," from the original Medic television series, will be shown. Dr. Joseph Jana, member of the medical advisory board, will be speaker. In charge of information is Mrs. Edythe Stegman. Dar Id Blind Youth • hestra -ic fur the entertainment and tag Funds raised will be used to provide braille writers, typewriters, tape recorder? and other special requirements for blind children attending regular schools with sighted children. The organization's only fundraising project, the affair will also assist in the summer camping program, underwritten by the parents of the blind, which offers the physical education not available to the blind children in the schools. Camp activities include swimming, boating, hiking and archery. NOW! ^KKOSHER FOR PASSOVER CHEESE! Dress rehearsal over coffee cups finds hostess, Mrs. Andrew Novak (center", with Mrs. Alexander Miller (left) and Mrs. Edward Gralnick (right) going over final details for c coffee to be held at her Coial Gables home, 7340 Mindel'.o eve., ;. Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Social is one of the popular "Hcrvest-for-Health" events now ieir.g held in homes of s: leaden in all parts of Dade county in behalf of Cedars c: taL Edam, Gouda, Muenster MayviN CHEESE CERTIFIED n03}11D3 Now you can enjoy pure, natural cheese all during Passover. Made in the traditional Old Country way by one of America's most respected cheese makers...Purity Cheese Company. All Mayvin Brand Kosher Cheese is under strict Rabbinical Supervision the year around. And now they have received special Kosher for Passover certification. Enjoy all three... holiday time and all the time! PURITY CHEESE COMPANY, MAYVILLE, WISCONS'N B'nci B'rith Tour Adds Features hi our to arid Europe sponsored by •. Florida B'nai B rith V ha; been "so instantani us features have tag to Mrs. Betty hansky, tour chairman. For the same $995 per person, le occupancy, the tour will be extended to 42 days, leaving \ a Economy Jet from New York on July 5. Three days and nights will be spent in London. Amsterdam and Lucerne, four nights in Rome, and also on a cruise via Zim Lines to Israel. Thirteen days will be devoted to Israel, with visits to Mt. Zion, Mea Shearm, Beersheba, Ashkelon and the Gaza Strip. Trips to Jerusalem, Judca, Tel Aviv, mountains an3 valleys of the Galilee, Haifa, Acre, the Negev, Eilat and kibbutzim villages and settlements throughout the country will all be included. The trip will also include a fiveday cruise on the Mediterranean to Nice and four nights in Paris. Cost of the trip includes all transfers, baggage-handling, sightseeing by private motorcoaches, first class hotels, two meals daily while in Europe and all meals while in Israel. Common Market To be Discussed World affairs committee of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth stioiom will conduct a forum on "The European Comn. n 'on lay evenh 11m. Mrs. Harvey E. Ki rhood pr> Speakers will I r. Ed |, Fox, chairman 1 Di c! Marketm*• 1 I vice pn r %  ij ci will follov Ch:. %  mm is open to ... I Dr. Wolison to Spoak Dr. Abraham |] disnoia and R at 1 ol the Brotherhood of Sinai of Hollywood o:i laj noon, Mar. 29, Dr Wi son is author of a study of Spinoza and has also written "How to Live a Hundred Years Happily.'' Menorch Ladie Annual Donor Temnle donor lui tl 1 French n. 11 the u hotel 01. • blight ol I % %  3 %  %  %  %  Cedars Women Finalize Luncheon Mrs Jack Fur t 2300 S ,11'. will hostess a "Harves Health" luncheon on Th'r Apr. 5. for Cedars of Lt Hospital. The theme. "Harvest-for-Health.'' was adopted by the Cedars Women's Division to symbolize the community's "'cornucopia of genero.-ity." and to encourage support of the Cedars development drise. Said Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Auxiliary president: "We will all eventually reap a harvest of health if we invest now in this life saving institution." p.,... Dzde Heights Plans Play sti rho I ol %  : %  % %  %  Art Show Opens Sunday Greta Carmen's show opens at the Huber Gallery in the Deauville hotel on Sunday, with Ronald Maiexhibit being held over and shown in the second room. Beauty Pageant Announced Here ; Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce announces the 1902 Miss Miami Beach Beauty Page1 ant to be held at the Monte Carlo I hotel on Apr. 20. 1 The pageant is a preliminary to the Miss America contest to be j held later this year. The new Miss i j Miami Beach will compete direct-1 jly in the Miss Florida Pageant. Robert Young has been named chairman of the pageant commit; tee, with Ted Cohen as executive director, and Mel Frankel. entrants I chairman. j Entry i s limited to tingle rirh between the age of IR and 2 R. 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JOCIAl'llf *iu< oman s "WoM by ISABEL GROVE A beautiful cocktail party and dinner at the Diplomat Country Club > %  •" Saturday night given by Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Jacobs in honor of son, Kenneth, who had observed his Bar Mitzvah that mornAmong the 160 friends and relatives were over 20 teenagers, classmates from Nautilus Junior High Two orchestras alternated with music for the twist, as well as the more conventional dances, and young and not-so-young barely left the floor. The celebranVC mother lovely in white peau de soie, full-skirted gown encrusted w 'th bugle beads from the ring neckline to below the hjn Kenneth"s five-year-old sister, blond Susan, adorable in pink and white three-tiered eyelet ensemble with matching jacket Down from New York, Samuel Moskowitz, great-grandfather, Arlene and Jerry Pitofsky, the Bernard Goldfusses, and Mrs. Delia Kaufman, great aunt All the way from Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs George Breslau, another great aunt, and from Providence, i; i Mr. and Mrs. Saul Spitz Local contingent included still let great-aunt, attractive Mrs Martha Schwartz, the Irving Cowans, Dr. Irving Lehrman, who had officiated at the morning cerem> ny, and wife Belle, the Robert Turchins. William Schonbruns ami Dr. and Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz Si my Miller, straight A student at Nautilus Junior High, has been accepted at Phillip's Academy, at Andover in Boston, and will enter in September Plans to be a nuclear engineer, a degree not yet formulated in academic circles, even at Andover which trains die "world changers'* Parents, torn between pride and reluct.imt to see their son leave so soon, are David and Phyllis Miller, ol La Gorce dr. Box and Cox arrangement at the home of Mrs. Ethel Schonfeld Gerson in Coral Gables involved niece Norma and husband Alan \ ifziei and sister and brother-in-law, Jane and Mike Kanter The f< rmer had just returned to Clifton, N. J.. after several weeks here, when the latter arrived from PassaiC, also N. J. For the first time in many a year, Janet's visit coincided with her birthday, and the family dinner at the Play Boy Club also included her brother and sister-in-law, Abe and Beryl Schonfeld, of Miami Beach Ethel is hoping to drive north with the Kanters when they leave, making a stop in Washington, DC, to visit with son Gordon, and his bride, Evelyn -!( litre from Los Angeles Dorothy (Mrs. Adolph) Stein house guest of sister Mrs. Selma Fried Made the trip by way of New Orleans for the Mardi Gras and hopes to persuade Selma to join her im a quick visit to New York and Chicago on the way back Localitea who also enjoyed the excitement of Mardi Gras week, Dolores (Mrs. Irvin) Shapiro and Civie (Mrs. Earl) Pertnoy, who were guests in New Orleans of former Miamians, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Feltman % %  .> Belore returning to.their home in Bat Yam, Israel, after spending everal months here. Mathilda and Abram Fox will spend a little more time in the U. S. Visits to Cincinnati. O., Pittsburgh, Pa and Palisades, N. J., with children, grandchildren and greatgrandchildren will precede their departure from New York on May t" on the SS Atlantic Plan to return to this country and their many friends and relatives in December Ott-time winter visitors, Larry and Ruth Goldstein, arrived this week Former Gothamites, now native Floridians. with whom they will visit are the Murray Axelrods. the Howard Groves and the Harold Lowenthals Wouldn't surprise their intimates even a little bit if the Goldsteins spent their time finding a permanent abode in this land of sunshine Son Bobby just waiting for 'the I to transfer his studies to the low school at the University of Miami. • • It is almost certain '.hat no feminine visitor to La Belle Paree has ever left without perfume, gloves or handbag, perhaps all three. from Freddy's at 10 Rue Auber. Now Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Markowits, owners of the exquisite shoppe, are here for their first visit, Staying at the Carillon Dinner party given in their honor I is) week by long time friends, Bea and Sam Hirsch, of 3325 Pineiree dr. What will Mrs. Markowitz take back with her from the U.S.? Wonder what would happen if those learning to do the twist at the Sunday afternoon sessions were the budding artists taking classes in oil painting on Friday afternoons at the Westbrooke Country Club, and thev planned doing them simultaneously at the Mar. 31 Saturday night dance??? Studying with art expert Valiente are Mrs. Wallace (Pearl) Lazarus. Mrs. Harold (Lois) PomerantZ, Mrs Sheldon (Evelyn' Kay, Mrs. Paul (Sylvia) Low. and Mrs. Ron (Geri) Levitt Beautiful luncheon g'ven by Mrs. Jennie Grossinger at her waterfront home on Pine'ree dr. for 65 Mizrachi Women Charming compliment paid her by Mrs. Mildred Small, who became a lite member when Jennie became a Mother in Israel Looking on with approval, Mrs. Isaac Teitch, president, and Mrs. Morris Bienenfield. chairman. HC %  No one can deny that Andrew and Lynn Novak have a valid reason for believing numbers possess a certain magic quality Their children Michael 8. Keith 7, and Donna Lynn 5. all celebrate their birthdays on Mar. 19 Only disappointment for Mrs. No. vak, a Godmother in the Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary, is that the "Harvet-for-Health" luncheon which she'll hostess in her home, 7340 Mindello ave.. on Tuesday, falls on the 26th .. However, she consoles herself with the recollection that the hospital opened on the 19th of November, so the charm can be expected to continue its good work. • *• At the Morton Towers last week, a surprise gomg-away luncheon m the dining room there for Mrs. Fannie Abrahams, winter resident Hostess to the 20 guests was Mrs. Lester Netter Fannie, who spends part of every year in Manhattan at the Pare Vendome, is a hat designer A welcome to spring luncheon given recently at the Lambs Club by Rhona (Mrs. Marvin) Guberman and Kev (Mrs. Morgan) Levy. Availing themselves of the opportunity to wear the new luscious linens, silks and cottons were Mrs. Robert Miller. Mrs. Henry Lubow, Mrs. Sidney Sachs, Mrs. Lee Pohner, Mrs. Perry Altfield. Mrs. Rona'd Reichner. Mrs. Ralph Leidner, Mrs. William U Baros, jr.. and Mrs. Donald Kohner Faye Tupler, current events reporter, has moved her pencils, typewriter and furniture to a co-op at the Terrace Towers. "cJewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, March 23, 1962 Section B New members of the Society of the Book, Hebrew University of Jerusalem honor organization, include (left to right) Mesdames Frances Entine, Fannie Goldberg, Anna Brenner Meyers, Jennie Grossinger, Abram Fox, Gertrude Hamerschlag, Jack S. Popick, Sigmund Fogler. Samuel Simonhoff, and Charles Charcowsky. Members not pictured are Mesdames Louis Glassor, Shepard Broad, Jack Burris and Carl Weinkle. The women, all members of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, have contributed a minimum of $1,000 to the University and Jewish National Library. Mrs. Hamerschlag is chairman of the Women of the Book committee for the local group, which met last week at the home of Mrs. Grossinger. Home Auxiliary Meets Tuesday Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will hold its monthly meeting luesday noon in the Algiers hotel. Dr. Celia Wohl will give the opening prayer and Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, president, will conduce a short business meeting. Highlight of the meeting will be a report on the donor book project by Mrs. Sol Silverman, chairman. Proceeds go toward the maintenance of the Home. The donor journal is now being prepared under the chairmanship of Mrs. Max Yokell. Refreshments will be served. Pioneer Women at a membership coffee, toasting new members who were presented with pins and Israeli champagne, are (left to right) Mesdames Moses Meyer, Milton Green, president of Council, and Leo Goldman. Pioneer Women Plan Events Pioneer Women, Golda Meir Club, is having a victory meeting Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation, to celebrate the sue cessful annual donor luncheon held recently at the Fontainebleau hotel. Purim program will be offered, followed by a social heur. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin is president. • • Pioneer Women Club 2 will honor Mrs. Ida Gilman for "her many years of devoted service to the children's institutions in Israel" at a dinner. Event will be held Sunday, 6 p.m.. in the Royal Hungarian restaurant. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro. Invocation will be given by Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. president, and a group of folk songs will be presented by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horowitz. Chairman of the dinner Is Jacob Liftman. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Regular meeting of Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will be held on Monday evening in the social hall. Slate for new officers will be presented. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will also hold a card party in the social hall on Wednesday evening. Book Review On Agenda Here A review of Louis Nizer's "My Life in Court" and election of directors are on the agenda of Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary's general meeting Tuesday. 10 a.m., at Jordan Marsh auditorium. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will give a dramatization of portions of the best-selling book which describes the attorney's experiences while he was representing Hollywood's movie stars. > Candidates to the Auxiliary's board of directors include Mesdames Joseph Barshan, James Lewy, Frank Perlman, Jerry Weiss and Gertrude Dunner. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Auxiliarypresident, will report on the new "escort service" program designed to make patients as comfortable as possible on entering the hospital. Advance plans for the president's dinner to be held Sunday, Apr. 28. at the Deauville hotel will be discussed. Honored guests will be Secretary Abraham A. Ribicoff and Mrs. Ribicoff, and Auxiliarymembers will be hostesses. jA



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Friday. March 23. 1962 fJewisti fhridliain Page 13-B J$ar a ceremony, ••• address and telephone number. The corsage will be .-'ded, to. you, courtesy of Biackstone Flower. iir.ifisjn-tim* fcr the occasion. Czr">\ Levin • • • Mar. 24. at the B dordecai Podtt oinA •• %  loin at Shenandoah Junior Carol is a membt r of the -• council and plays clarinet in ihe school band. S! %  i< a rad le of the Templ< '.religious school and a freshlebri She is past tor of You %  '!' %  i s junior ycuth i I Anthony Gcller Lee, son of Mrs. 819 79th ter. ieller, of New h Har and y :•. ; S^fHH Tern r Tamid • • I-* mm i %  •• %  vi r /nrhony teller %  h loberman Win \n Surfsk 'j :" (a ..;• 11 cted Sidney term as mayor received 665 votes out of ; 1.084 ballots cast. This record outpouring for the hip, which lists 1,157 eligible voters. Louis Hoberman, incumbent councilman, came in second, with 598 votes, and was reelected to a four-year term. Two of these, he will serve as assistant mayor. I '• r ".. se, who ed 5-l(i talli Kenneth Wolis, 301. Runnersup were Mrs. Irene Warren. 285: Lee Pathman. 260; and Mrs. Frances Medow, 82. Three amendments to the Surfside charter were also passed. | principal among them a recom mendation to establish specia assessment procedures allowing Surfside to tax property owners who have benefited by improveiments in their section. WHEN IT'S TIME TO DINE... TRY THE CAFE JARDIN SUISSa LUNCHEON from $.75 %  o-! r —specialty fruited cereal r ',i"Tlcjcricr.—giant cropo, beef in wint lauce Kascburgcr Te*sinoie— yere stuffed cheeseburger, raiatouiile .. .45 ...1.10 DINNER from $1.10 Soupe a 1'oignon gratinee Wienerli avec Choucroute—Franks, kraut and potatoes. Poulet en Marmlte—French chicken-in-the-pof .. .75 ..195 .3.75 from a mack to a complete meal... At any time of the day or night., • Cwtss-French cuisine, JARDIN SUISSE mm PARKING ",. : cONEV PLAZA HOTEL. 23rd Street and Collins Avenue • Miami Beach, Florida • JE 2-590C Leonard Rosen, Hebrew Academy building chairman, presents a plaque tc Mrs. Louis Merwitzer and son, Charles, ct the Hebrew Academy dedication dinner Sunday evening at the Deauville hole!. Louis Merwitzer, in mourning for the less of a brother, did not attend Sunday's event where, as rmen of the building campaign, he was to be cited fcr -i and self sacrifice in bri hi ....:.flaps ( %  I ; • iad< r, Sterl liis overall campaign manager, Tom Quinn, civic leader and former council member of North Miami, will head the campaign in his area. Others to head sectional committees are: Bill Stevenson. North Miami Beach; George Kastenbaum, Miami Beach; Sanford Muchnick, North Dade; Glenn Lynch, Hialeah; Joe Tomassi, Homestead; Dick Barest, Perrine and Cutler Ridge; Ray VandeZeyde. Little River; Joe Palank. Allapattah and Opa-Locka; Bob Wolfe, South Miami and Coral Gables; and Jerry Kogan, Southwest. Academy Dinner Brings Funds To $900,000 More than 1,000 persons heard entertainer Sam Levenson commc-nt n "The Value of Traditional Home Life" al a dedication dinner >y ot Greater at the Dean* villi d the packed room for ress. Sound Spat Age.'' He said. "S'aMina my career as a school teacher, and new as a humorist arc 1 entertainer, I have come to the conclusion that our chi'drcn must be arrr.cd with a sound religious and moral training in order to provide the intelligent and knov. i.dgeable lead 1 t. ship our American Jewish community needs so badly." heard a taped iccor •' ouk, :.fon D..y enl i i I the new He• which had ribbong cert • ;id at the school's new site, 24th st. and Pin* Tree dr. Chairmen and organizers for Hebrew Academy Dedication Week were Harry Genet, Sam Rcinhard, Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mortimer May, Louis Rudnick, Jacob Fishman, Irving Firtel and Mrs. Gerald Soltz. Maurice Revitz and Leonard Rosen, co-chairmen of the week, announced "$900,000 has been collect| ed. and we hope to reach our $1,[ 000.000 goal before students move I into the new building next month." Eye Institute To Held Dance Bclfouria Gilad, Israeli singer and dancer, entertained at en "Israeli Night Under the Stcrs" sponsored Sunday by Kinneret chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organisation in Westbrooke Country Club. Guberman Puts Hat in Ring Reuben Guberman, of 11320 SW 46th st., Miami, has announced his candidacy in the District 1 race for county commission. The 35-year-old candidate is head of his own firm, Safeguard Business Systems, and has received national recognition as a business writer. "I am for sta bility in govern ment," Guberman declared this week. "I am tired of seeing the county administration living on the defensive." Guberman declared that he is "pro-Metro," and that "we must have property reevaluaticn in order to protect the small homeowner." Guberman is married to the former Tamara S. Sherman, a University of Miami graduate. Second annual dinner dance of the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute will be held Sunday in the Grand ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel. Chairmen arc Mrs. Rhoda M. Lcvine and Mrs. Rena B Broidy. Pr< e< i Is will go toward thi chase of book? for the ophthalmolibrary in the Institute, now • 10 bt i.-:furnished with the first benefit year. inc rge of res. erval I Molly Picon's M1SH-MASH We allI v 11least one relative from :' e old com try whose life is a t lage. In c ir family, it was Grandma. I remem : her put up her own jams and jellies, th< ', some of .the f as,' atii g 1 ds she put on the jars, like "Blegl erra," 'Steaberra" and other strange sounding fruits. Yes, she was quite a bahbusteh, my grandmother. Besides being a bustling homemaker, she was also a socialite, businesswoman, mother, and it shouldn't Lc a total less, a charter member of Hadassah. One morning she said, "Molly, today I'm going to a launchlug." "Well," I thought, '•Grandma gets around, but you really have to be somebody important, like the governor's wife, to get invited to a launching/' Then I realized what she meant. "Grandma," I said, "not launching, luncheon." "That's exactly what I said, launching. I never could pronounce my W's so good." Whether vou pronounce it "launching" or "luncheon," one way to make it a smash hit is to serve tire girls a salad plate made with Rokcach Rings O'Whitefish. It's an all whitefish gelilte fish, the finest you can buy. That you can be sure of because Rokcach has been making gcfilte lish since 1870, and they're past masters. Arrange the fish on a bed of lettuce, put a radish rose in the center of each ring, garnish with carrot curlicues, parsley sprigs ... be real artistic. You didn't think I had such fancy ideas about food, did you? I may be a journalist, but after all, I'm a woman, too. "^Wtj T.S. If you can't fmd Rokcach products where you shop, just write to me. Give me the name of the store, and I'll see to it that they stock Rokcach from now on, u3_ .:„ aac



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Page 10-B f fcwflfl flfvidlimn Former Habtmah Actress to Appear Chayele Grober. former leading lady of the Habimah Theatre, with Esther Barrett a: the piano, will jfive a performance of Jewish and Hebrew humor, song, an 4 drama under the naaagement of Ruth Brotman. on Thursday. Mar. 29, 8:15 p.m.. at Hihi-uf. > Curium, 955 Alton rd.. Miami Beach. Miss Grober has appeared throughout ihe world, carrying With her the traditions of Habimah Theatre. Many of her performances an available on reci rd.-. Gercldine Page taunts Paul Newman in this scene from Sweet Bird of Youth," screen version of the powerful play by Tennessee Williams, in which they repeat their original stage icles. Shirley Knight. Ed Begley and Rip Torn co-star in this color film new in its second week at the Carib, Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street and Essex Theatres. Peerce to Sing Here Saturday Jan Peerce. leading tenor of the Metropolitan Opera, will be presented at a Community Concert Assn. program on Saturday evening at Miami Bach Auditorium. Peerce will be heard in works by Bach, Alessandro Scarlatti. Handel. Schubert. Donizetti. Rachmaninoff, Verdi and Mascagni. In the seasons since his historymaking debut with the Metropolitan Opera, Peerce has won a distinguished place among the world's artists, earning the affection, respect and admiration of critics, fellow musicians, and an enormous and devoted public. Born in New York City and entirely American-trained, Jan la Traviata' Repeated by Popular Request MAY 6 SUNDAY AFTERNOON TICKETS AT DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM SI to $2 50 Boy Scouts Set 'Good-Turn Day' This weekend is Ihe first half of Buy Scout Good-Turn Day. and for !he second year in succession it is devoted to helping Goodwill Indus| tries. On Saturday, the Boy Scouts will call on homes in Greater Miami ?nd distribute Goodwill Bags. Residents are being asked to fill the bags with surplus clothing and houaehold appliances that can be i 1 repaired by handicapped workers | at Goodwill and sold through their [ outlet. | The second half of "Operation Goodwill" comes the following Saturday, when the Boy Scouts, in cooperation with the local Jaycees. will pick up the bags and transfer them to the Goodwill plant. All of the work is voluntary, with many local concerns donating trucks and drivers for the transportation, and the local Jaycees under the chairmanship of Leonard Sehwarz, coordinating the pick ups for the Boy Scouts. Fridcy, March £3, 1962 Young VSofimist, Christian Ferras, To Play Here Christian I young French violinist, soloist with the Udversitj I Ififuni Symphony Orchestra. Fabiai ii-vitzky conducting, at th( • s eighth pair <; subscripts .trts on Sundey ;.: (I Monday • Mar. 25 and 2U. at Mian B and Dacie County Au i!< He will | Tchaikovsk> s. Conceit 1 in for Violin and Orchestra. Eern in "t.c.f. Prance, in 133. Ferres oe&.n his musical i'ud : m phony. Cfeartet Munch conducting. He has appearti at the Hague fessional entertainment Saturuay under Pierre Mocteux and :n evening. Montreal gn<3 re Cltytens. CHRISTIAN flRKtS Flap Purim Party Temple Adalfi Ytshurun held a "flap" Purim party wi:h pro CARIB MIAMI |MlflACi€, €SSEX Open 1:45 J u; I • IAGUI ST POWNTOVN | Open 10:45 ua*cu Mil L 1 • !• iHw,. | COIAIGARIS %  I'— I MAW Jpen 1 I 15 q Caen Ii45 C'ATFWyl m K3AT a TODAY JVi W&dJ fnemiene ShWntf !§3*St CINEMA *.".'•;•' Avi. al lUttiSt. MumlBeieh LEON SCHACHTER Presents YIDDISH %  AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & PICTURES IN PERSON a it A c i i<: B A it is 11<: AAiami Beach's Singing Sensation and Comedienne Plus Other Acts • ON OUR SCREEN True Story of the £xodus of the Jews from Europe to Israel "THE EARTH CRIES OUT" JAM PEERCE Peerce is that rare singer whose versatility makes him equally at home in Italian, French or German opera, in Bach, Handel or Moiart, in German Lieder, French art songs, and popular ballads. Peerce has shattered the tradition of an Italian tenor being solely a product of Italy. No less an authority than Arturo Toscanini named the dynamic singer his "favorite tenor," and on 14 important occasions used Peerce as a key soloist. It was Toscanini who first gave the tenor his start toward musical stardom. =~ JIMMY ROMA Z Kay Carole & Tommy < Freddie Ross Frankie Hyert _^=j Tho Cookies %  — MURRAY FRANKLINS 211 22nd St., Miami Beach Continuous f nttrtftJnmcnt Show*.me 10 P m. A 12:10 .m. Tumult.m 3 to S .m. %  •Mrvations J* 0-79*1 __ Simon to Chair Annual Dinner George A. Simon has been appointed chairman of the 11th annual dinner meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by A. Budd Cutler, president. The meeting will lake place on Sunday night, May 6. Simon is a past vice president of Ihe Miami Branch and currently ;i member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A past president of the Miami Board of Realtors, he is now state chairman of the public relations committee and district vice president of the Brokers' In: stilute. He also serves on the International Department of the Dacle County chamber of Commerce. Beach League Offers Concert On Saturday evening. Mar. 31, the Miami Beach Music and Arts League will present a concert in the Ocean Lounge of the Roney Plaza hotel. Featured artists will be Patricia Ippolito. soprano. Herman Gott'' lieb, tenor, with Esther Barrett, piano accompanist, and Alice j Kwartin in a series of dramatic readings. Patricia Ippolito was soloist with the North Carolina Symphony Ori chesira before coming to Miami Beach where she sang in Puccini's ] "II Tabarro" with the Co-Opera of Miami. An interpreter of Hebrew and Jewish folksongs. Herman Gottlieb has appeared throughout Europe in concert and opera. He hcgan his musical career by winning a scholarship at the State Conservatory of Riga in his native Latvia. Alice Kwartin trained and acted in New York's Neighborhood Playhouse. RAUL NEWMAN GERALD. NE PAGE H SHIRLEY KNIGH, E USED ECBEGLEY '"*•'" RIP TORN LOVE LIKE ~ USE MONEY .. TENNESSEE WUUAMS /""i'M Wittiami. ihr author of ~tal n t. Hot Tin Hoof rtuhurd Brook*, the uritrr-direilur %  / / imrr Cam Pandro \ Btrman. the product! c' i'.uii, Irrfielit ." I "*T.* SOU-H win mm jL optn6:4s TODAY open6 A 5 MARK J %  UHUCWil H .vcviivcrcD FOR 'BEsr m ^|/'.ruiiTWNnM>N [ acrox-#caoEAiy RW^RD-^ V Emm TODAY Open 6:<5 Open t :45 parkway ncrmandie ] -^theatre ^theatre A "" MIKUR KMHEOV kUACitfT RL'THEJ:D UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY 0XCHESTRA FABIEN SEVITZKY, Conducts Sunday, Mar. 25, Miami Beach Auditorium. £ 30 P.M Monday, Mar. 26, Dade County Auditorium, 8.30 P.M V0ICI Of AMUICA'S MUSICAL SALUTC TO STCCKHCLU, SWEbiN CHRISTIAN FERRAS IN TCHAIKOVSKY VIOLIN CONCERTO IN C MliCK APRIL 1516 RUDOLF SERKIN Tickets ST.75 to $4.50 UM Sym. OH. MO 1-4*Mj Miemi Seoch Aud. it 1-0477; Dadc County Aud. H e "230; Cordelias fR 3-5123; Amidon's HI 6-2'. 14. Joining the fun makers at Murray Franklin's is the eduElection of officers and board ofI £ a,ed ,r ^ mpet ?\ \ i m m Y directors for the Center will take I place at the May (i meeting. There I will be a reception for board mem-1 bers and community leaders prior show business greats via his to the dinner. I singing trumpet. Roma. The taletnted young man offers a series of original musical impressions of NOMINATED FOR THE LINCOLN ACADEMY AWARDS Best Pel. -r Best A::c Maximilian Schell Best Aiu • — srt -ccr Ti icy Best E perl *-ctor — Monti' • erj Clift Best Si. -1 I %  %  -tress — Juo., of,' ard Best S: • • r ." .— Best Director—Stanley Kramer Best A-L til rn— Bla< A .Vh.te Best Clnematopraphy— Black A Vj' te Best Cost i—it DtsiQ"— 585 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH, FUL rt "urn AwiS*"



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Friday. March 23, 1962 +Je*isti thrUian Page 5-A Challenge Partly-Arab Land Expropriation .1ERUSALEM — (JTA) — Two, land for development of a new.ing for a full debate on the proIritist Arab members of Israel's town near the Acre-Safed road. | posed exproprjation T^J, argued Parliament recently challenged A motion was submitted by Com[ that marble quarries on the site r-Jans of the Government to ex-1 munist deputy Emile Habibi and \ provided a livelihood for 400 Arab jiropriate some partly Arab owned Mapam deputy Yousef Khamis ask-1 families and that adjacent land could be used for the development project. Some 1,300 acres, half of which belongs to Arab villages, will be used for the new town, Carmiel. I Finance Minister Levl Eshkol, replying for the Government, said it was simply a coincidence that some of the land was partly Arabowned. He said Jewish land was also expropriated for similar purposes. He explained that among considerations leading to selection of the site were the topography proximity to roads and supply centers. He also said that in compensation, the Government had offered either land or money and that most of the owners chose cash. A million camehelp more come... '"%  %  • v...••........ --You have helped to bring a million immigrants to Israel since 1948, through your generous contributions to the United Jewish Appeal. Now, more thousands are on the way. To transport them and assure adequate initial reception aid, your continued and increasing help is vital. And that help cannot stop at the bottom of the gangplank. Help them as they strive to make new lives for themselves. Help provide the new homes they need, the clinics and youth centers, the trade training and educational opportunities, the welfare and rehabilitation aid... See them through—into a hopeful future... through the United Jewish Appeal. IN 1962, UJA MUST RAISE $95,000,000 To make possible this vital lifesaving aid to 600,000 In Israel: Help to 335,000 immigrants, new and old-including transportation, reception assistance and housing help for new immigrants^ and expanded absorption aid to unabsorbed immigrants of previous years: 135,000 immigrant farm settlers, 45,000 aged and handicapped, 31,000 young people needing vocational training and youth training help. In Other Overseas lands: Aid to 255,000 Jewish rmen, women and children including food, shelter, medical care, vocational training, other %  constructive help. In U.S.A.: Assistance to 10,000 refugees, here or expected. In Greater Miami, funds for the United Jewish Appeal are provided through the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION. Give much more—fo save more lives UNITED JEWISH APPEAL. $35,000,000 SPECIAL FUND In addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN All MM (i VNITID HUft tfMM • JOINT DimiMTlOH NHI0 • MW VCHK mOCIATlON fO !••* AMMICAN*