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

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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 35 Number 14
Miami, Florida, Friday. April 6. 1962
Three Sections Price 20
levenson Criticizes Raid in Security Council
DELEGATES GATHER ON BEACH
Klutznick Will Address
JWB Confab Banquet;
Sessions Near Climax
Ambassador Philip M. Klutznick, dcptuy to Ambassador Adlai E,
Stevenson in the United Slates Mission to the United Nations, will be
featured speaker at a banquet Saturday evening in the Deauville hotel.
The function will be one of the culminating events of the 1962 biennial
convention of the National Jewish Welfare Board, which opened here
Wednesday.
Calls for Strengthening
Of UN Truce Supervision
On Troublesome Borders
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Adlai Stevenson, making the first pol-
icy statement of the Kennedy Administration in the United Nation- on
the Israel-Arab struggle, chastised Israel here for its retaliatory raid
on Syrian gun positions in the Lake Tiberias area on Mar. 18.
Stevenson, cnairman of the Unit-
Two prominent rabbis and a na-
;ionallv-kno\vn social worker were
named winners of the 1962 Frank
; Weil Awards of JWB. They are
Prof. Abraham Joshua Heschel.
professor of Jewish Ethics and
Mysticism at the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America; Rabbi
Morris Lieberman. spiritual leader
of the Baltimore Hebrew Congre-
gation. Baltimore, Md.; and Grae-
I rmm Berger. consultant. Commun-
AMBASSADOR STEVENSON
ORGANIZED BY DEMOCRATS
JFK Urged to Intervene
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTON Members of New York's Congressional delega-
| tion appealed to President Kennedy Tuesday in separate telegrams to
intervene against an expected Security Council resolution condemning
it) (enters and Camps of the Fed- ,srae| for its rc,e in thc reccnt Svrian border c|ash
lation of Jewish Philanthropies of I
Vi W York. Tne appr-al. organized by Democratic Congressman Emanuel Cel-
i ler, got immediate responses from Democrats Leonard Farbstein, Vic-
Prof. Heschel won the award lor Aufuso. Edna Kelly, bnd Hugh Varey. and Republican Seymour Hal
for hit "distinguished contribu- Ipcrn. Other members were also expected to respond and send their
tion to the advancement of Amer- own telegrams of appeal to the White House,
ican Jewish culture;" Rabbi
Lieberman, for his "distinguish-
ed contribution to the welfare of
Jewish personnel ar.d their de-
pendents in the U.S. Armed For-
ces and in VA hospitals;" and
Berger, for his "distinguished
contribution to the Jewish Com-
munity Center movement."
These are the three major areas
of JWB service.
The awards will be presented at
Saturday night convention ban-
let, Charles Aaron, past presi-
I both the Jewish Federation
I Chicago and JWB, will make the
I'M' -i illation. Ambassador Klutz
pick, leatured speaker at the ban-
Continued on Page 9-A
ed States delegation to the UN, took
that stand during debate before the
Security Council, which met at the
requests of both Israel and Syria
in the latest border fighting. He
said that whatever the facts might
be in thc newest fighting, "they
do not, in our view, justify the
Israeli reversion to any policy of
retaliatory raids." He said that if
the UN peacekeeping machinery in
(he areaa reference to the UN
Truce Supervision Organization-
was not always sufficiently effec-
tive to "preclude such difficulties."
the answer was to improve
Security Council
Condemns Israel
Wanton Attack'
By JTADirect Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONS Israel
the Tuesday suggested to the Security
machinery and not "in raising the Council here that it adopt a rcso-
rv action in viola- lution condemning "all violations"
18 Soviet Jews are Indicted;
Report Two Have Been Shot
BOYCOTT ACTION REQUESTED
ANTI-ISRAEL STAND .
MIDDLE EAST STATEMENT .
. PAGE 7 A
PAGE 8-A
. PAGE 10-A
scale of military
tion of the Armistice."
He added that it was apparent
from a preliminary study of the
reports from Major Gen. C. von
Horn, chief of UNTSO, that "there
has been both provocation and re-
taliation" both of which "are con-
trary to the letter and spirit" of
the armistice agreement and
'cannot be condoned."
Farid Chehlaoui, Syria's perma-
by Syria of the Israel Syrian Ar-
mistice Agreement of 1949. calling
upon it "to abide fully by all pro-
visions of agreement, in particular
to refrain from forays into Israel
territory." The Israeli suggestion
would also call upon Syria "to
desist from any threats against
thc territorial integrity or politi-
cal independence of Israel."
The suggestion was made by
Michael S Comay, chairman of
PARIS (JTAI Eighteen Sov-
iet Jews_ ..re among 4-! defendants
charged with corruption and "theft
of public property" whose trial
opened this wc ok in FrOUSZe, the
capital of the Soviet Republic of
Christian Citizens Group
Condemned by ADL Exec
- \N Fi; ANCISCO (JTA) The
lornied national "Christian
itizens" organization "pose> the
threat of relegating Jews and other
r.on-Christians to positions of fourth-
tliiss citizenship in this country,"
m the opinion of Stanley S. Jacobs.
I director of the San Francisco Anti-
Defamation League office.
The ADL official, in a statement
published here, said that the "Chris-
tian Citizens" organization was a i
movement "to train Bible-bel'evins '
Christians in how to win at practi-
cal politics" by developing oartv
workers and candidates for public
office with the goal of making ft
possible for "evangelical Christians
to control local, state and Federal
governments."
He said the originator of the pro-
gram was a wealthy Denver real
estate developer, Gerri Von Freil-
ick, who limits membership in trie
organization to those who "believe
in Christ, the Bible and the 'Con-
stitution "
The ADL official explained that
while Von Freihck denies the or-
ganization is anti-Semitic, the Den-
vei promoter insists that all can-
didates for public office must "give
a public commitment to a firm be-
lief in Christ."
Kirghizia, the influential Le Monde
reported this week.
Basing its report on a story in
Sovietskaya Kirghizia," the
Blities as the vice minister
for Commerce and the former pres-
ident of the "Grosplan" of the Sov-
iel Republic.
The c"fendants were a'cuseJ
of having stolen government
property valued at 3,000,000 rubles
and with selling it on the black
market. The indictment said that
with the proceeds, the defend-
ants allegedly purchased gold,
precious stones and foreign cur-
rency.
Fourteen of the defendants have
typical Jewish names but to dispel
any possibility of misunderstand-
ing, the Soviet newspaper wrote
that "everything started with a
Continued on Page 12-A
nent representative, demanded "se- the Israel delegation, after a reso-
Continued on Page 6-A Continued on Page 5 A
UN Truce Chief Arrives
To Report on Israel-Syria
1XITED NATIONS (JTA)Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn. Chief
Of Staff Of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, arrived
here to report in person to the Security Council about the recent
events on the Israeli-Syrian border which resulted in an Israeli military
raid against Syrian gun positions
thai have been harassing Israel. Chile's permanent representative
fishing and police patrol boats on here. He is a Jew.
Lake Tiberias,
Gen. von Horn went immediate-
ly into conference with Acting Sec-
retary-General U Thant. The Se-
curity Council, meanwhile, was
summoned to reconvene Tuesday
iillernoon to hear an oral report
from the UNTSO chief. When the
Council met Tuesday, its presi-
dent, assuming office for the month
of April, was Daniel Schweitzer,
The Council met last Thursday
to hear the complaints and coun-
tercharges by Syria and Israel,
each of which accused the other
of aggressions. Gen. von Horn
had already filed a written re-
port on the events surrounding
the latest outbreak of Syrian-
Israeli conflict. But Adlai E.
Stevenson, chairman of the Unit-
Continued on Page 5-A
Eichmann Counsel Planning Appeal to Ben Zvi
JERUSALEM (JTA) Adolf
Eichmann is back in his cell in a
prison near Tel Aviv. His defense
attorney. Dr. Robert Servatius, who
left last weekend for Germany, said
prior to his departure that the one-
time Gestapo colonel "has no
chance" of having his death sen-
tence annulled by an appeals tri-
bunal.
The attorney said he would ap-
peal to President Ben Zvi for clem-
ency if the appeals tribunal up-
holds the judgment and sentence.
He also said that at the same time
he would ask West Germany to
demand Eichmann's extradition so
that he might be tried by German
courts. The attorney admitted this
was not likely.
Argument on Eichmann's appeal
to the Israel Supreme Court from
conviction of participation and com-
plicity in the Nazi slaughter of six
million Jews has ended amidst in-
dications by legal experts that the
Nazi butcher's attorney had failed
to shake the prosecution's case
either in point of law or fact.
Eichmann's attorney before the
Supreme Court in fact reiterated
ail the legal arguments he raised
v hen his notorious client was on
trial before the three-judge district
court in Jerusalem, which convict-
ed him on all major counts of the
indictment and sentenced him to
death by hanging. The only new
Continued on Page 7 A


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Friday. April 6, 1962

fabiknri Hebrew Academy students, winners in the recert
Dcde County Science Fair, are : = ~ to right Thomas Gcld-
rir.o who received honorcble mention for his project on elec-
trical current; Roncid Bergman, who ccme in second with a
project on the cuiomic nervous system, shown in the back-
ground; and Randy Makovsky, a winner in the Academy's
Science Fair for his extensive study on congenital heart
disease. Joseph Acknei chairman c: the Hebrew Academy
3 snce Departme I is shown (haring the victory with his

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Thomas Famigtietti. mounted on
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Cedars' Hall of Honor.
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He has pledged 830.000 to the Ce
of Lebanon H'>>?;ta! for comply I
of the upper three i>r-. Urns be-
coming ;he first -Standard Bearer
cf Philanthropy ir. :he growing
roster of imUDmUVJ
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the announcement of Mr. Silber-
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dent, Samuel T. Saoiro, this week.
"He has provided our develop-
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precede hy |p-
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Alexander F. Miller, national di-
rector of the Community Service
Division of the Ant.-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. will be guest
speaker at Sabbath services in
Xei**n1e Jud^a on Friday evening
Miller supervise? the work of
the League's 27 regional offices
located in every major sector of
the United States
Durir.g the summer of I960, he
headed the B'nai B'rith mission
to Germany, which surveyed the
programs there dedicated to com-
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Friday- April 6. 1962
fJewistinuridlian
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MAX OROVITZ Will BE TOASTMASUR
Dore Schary to Speak at JDA Dinner
Here in Honor of Leonard Abess Saturday
When -iveral hundred Greater
Miami cvic loader*, philanthrop-
i |S, ir v.i- and admirers of Leon-
ard I. Abess join in honoring the
banker and humanitarian at a tes-
I inonihi dinner Saturday night at
Ihe ...nebleau hotel. Dore
Schary. -..oted film producer and
nlaywi : "ill be principal speak-
er
The d i ner honoring Abess is be-
i, a by the Jolnl Defense
v. pea : ehall I the American
mittee and the Anu-
i an League "i B*nai B'rith.
Procei from the $50-per-per-
s .., ,. ,.i u hi( i there will be
ig, will -> i" further
(i,i. ol .i!).\'- constltutenl
nc safeguarding demo-
. and combatting big-
i discrimination.
"The dinner will acknowledge
/bess' continued work as a hum-
anitarian," according to co-chair-
rian Maurice Glinart, AJC na-
tional 'reasurer, and Hanry E.
Schulti. ADL national chairman.
Chain an of the board of Indus-
i ial Nal onal Bank of Miami and
North Shore Bank of Miami Beach.
Abess, :*. is a native of Providence,
U I., whe came here in 1925 to
practice accountancy.
Ih> rtccid of leadership in many
fields ol human endeavor, includ-
ing philar.mrophy. health care, civic
activitiet and interfaith affairs,
"has been a model of which the
entire c< mmunity is rightly proud,"
according to the co-chairmen.
Abes.- jj treasurer of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, a trustee of United Fund,
member ol the Orange Bowl Com-
mittee, and executive committee
of Greale; Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. H< is a trustee of the Miami
Heart Institute, a director of the
Jame.- E Scott Community Center,'
member of the Florida State Board
of Accounting, of which he is a
fi.rmer chairman, past president ol
the Flc.-jifa Institute of Certified,
Public Accountants, and past pres-
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U0NAR3 ABESS
MD's to Talk
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Dr. Norman Azen will speak on
"Coronary Artery Disease" at the
Hialeah Woman's Club meeting
Monday, 2 p.m., at 95 West 55th st.,
Hi.-.kali.
"Coronarj Heart Disease" will be
discussed by Dr Maurice H. Laszto,
cardiologist, at the monthly dinner
meeting <>i the Kiuanis Club of
(1,11s in the Ki wains bldg., on
Tuesday at <\.w p.m.
Al both functions a film. "Arte-
1 rosis," will !>c shown by a
. pr. sentative ot the Heart Assn.
ol Greater Miami.
II.YHKI
YESHIVA onr) COLUGE GRADUATE,
EXPERIENCED, ELOQUENT SPEAKF.R,
SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZER, EDUCATOR,
ADWN ST'fATOR. IN PRESENT POSI-
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PULPIT. MIAMI OR VICINITY.
WRITE RABBI A.,
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MIAMI 1, FLORIDA
ident of the Dade County Commun-
ity Chest.
He and Mrs. Abess, the former.
Bertha Ungar, live at 5101 N. Bay
Schary has had a long and var-
ied career in the film and theater
industries. He pioneered the use
of commercial films as a means
to fight prejudice and to win ui*
derstandir.g among people of
many, races and religions.
As production head at RKO, he^
made such films on the subject of
prejudice as "Crossfire" and "The
Boy with Green Hair."
As MGM's chairman of the,
studio's executive board, he super-;
vised production of such films;
,1. "Quo VadiS," "Battleground."
"Showboat." "Executive Suite,"
"Brigadooa" and "Go for Broke
Sciiary has gained numerous
awards for his efforts on behalf
1 1 bettei intergroup relations and
iiiiderstauding. Aside from his
..1 ademj award for the screen play,
"Boys' Town," lie has received the
One World Award of the American
v'l Center for screen contribu-
tions to international peace.
After leaving MGM in 19S6,
Zionist Leaders
Schedule Drive
Some o0 top leaders of the Miami
Beach Zionist District attended a
special meeting at the Coronet hotel
this week called by Herman W'ein-
traub and Al Lefkowitz, chairmen
of an enniversary membership
drive of the district.
Also participating in the program
were Josh Rephun, president of the
district, Louis B. Rudnick, Dr. Mor-
ton J. Robbins, Mortimer May, and
Joseph Mechlow, who stressed the
importance of life membership.
Following the program, the dis-'
trict leaders pledged themselves to
bring in 14 new members each in.
honor of Israel's 14th anniversary.
1'lans were also made for joining |
with other ZOA Districts of Great-
er Miami in a community-wide,
membership drive and celebration.;
Assisting on the committee, in
addition to Weintraub. Lefkowitz, j
and Mechlow, are Al Sherman, Will-!
iam Smith, Ted Trushin, Sam Fried-
man, Abe Rubin, Mrs. Fannie Rud-,
dy. and Julius J. Rosenstein.
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Schary began to write again, and
created a play from the ordeal
of young Franklin Delano Roose-
velt. Within six months, the play
opened in New York"Sunrise at
Campobello," which has won a
double handful of awards.
Saturday night's dinner, which
starts at 7 p.m., will be a black tic
affair, according to dinner treasur-
er Leo Robinson. Robinson still is
accepting reservations for the din-
[ner at 330 Seybold bldg., Miami.
Max Orovitz. noted Miami civic
leader and industrialist, will act as
Inastmaster for the dinner, and a
number of top-ranking entertain-
ment figures are expected to per-
form.
REMEMBER
The memories of Passovers gone bythe search and sale ot the Chomatz-Grandpa
poking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and theChwaches-putting on the
new suit of clothes and shoes-pockets full ot hazel nuts-and almonds-aruious y
waiting for the Seder to start-Uncle loe and Aunt Sadiewere always late-Mole
family together-Grandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on he chair beside
him-Grandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malta" my queen, he
caHed her-the Kiddush and then my turn for "Mi NisMank" and the answer given
with Grandpa's voice ringing out over allthe first half of the Hagadah almost over-
wen the bitter herbs tasted so good-Passover it was always "strong -all were com-
celled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt water-and
then the meal-nobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandma-we ate-and
ate and then the "Benchen"-and the rest of the Hagadah-and some more cups of
tine and the opening of the door-and the stories of how in the old country someone
h htened he whole family by appearing at that door-but best'of all the song! with
which the second half of the Hagadah abound-and the feeling of drowsiness-content-
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Friday. April 6. 1962
2 Nisan 5722

The Syria Impasse
The American delegation's po-
Bition at the United Nations this
week was a bitterly disappoint-
ing one. Ambassador Adlai Ste-
venson expressed a point of
view that must be contested on
oasis of its partiality and re-
,on.
Israel's clai i Syria was
the result ol ling ban
ment and
S
: rtive
re-
- the U.S. to the k ad :
: -.-'. diplomac y that
:3a Elsenhower-Dulles policy
for eight years.
The aggressor is tapped on the
wrist, and the defenders are
hauled before the world peace
organization to be censured or
worse.
The American position simply
lequires that Israel rely on the
United Nations Truce Supervis-
ory Organization in the worst no
less than in the best of times. In
this regard, it is officially hoped
that UNTSO will discourage ag-
gression simply on the basis of
the prestige accorded a UN body.
If aggression occurs in any case, it is ex-
pected that UNTSO will act as arbitrator and
guarantee the cessation of further acts of
provocation.
With respect to the Israel-Arab dilemma,
the United Nations seems to have made no
other provisions. But what happens if UN ex-
pectations remain unfulfilled? The clash with
Syria is a clear case in point.
Provoked to the breaking point, Israel re-
taliated in defense. Is UNTSO still the arbitra-
tor? Hardly. The debate this week before the
Security Council was the full-dress result of
a nation's right to maintain her territorial in-
tegrity when threatened from without.
Apparently, the U.S. position, as ex-
pressed by Ambassador Stevenson, does not
see it this way. Apparently, the U.S. prefers
to foster a double level of morality in the
sphere of international diplomacy.

MORE NEEDED WAN PIOUS ENFORCEMENT
Such a position hardly adds up to any-
think like what President Kennedy vowed
would be his Middle East policy when he was
running for election back in the summer of
1360. The President spoke brave words then,
making a specially star-studded presentation
before a national convocation of the Zionist
Organization of America in August of that
election year.
Since then, installed into office, his "urgent
approach" to solving the Israel-Arab dilemma
has been to align the U.S. against those forces
insisting upon a face-to-face discussion of it;
while his latest Administration view of the
problem not only harkens back to the worst
of the Eisenhower-Dulles days, but it adds
some peculiar twists of its own.
We heartily agree with Ambassador Ste-
venson that UNTSO needs strengthening, so
that would-be aggressors consider their plans
wisely before committing them to action. But
it is hardly enough. It is hardly enough to
speuk for the letter of the law when the law
repeatedly proves itself inadequatewhen the
law must be reinforced before it is piously
enforced.
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NASSER MAY DREAM HIS DREAMS
Syrian provocation against the State of
Israel is explained by many things these
days. But none of the explanations makes as
much sense as those stemming from the na-
ture of Syria's internal unrest.
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There seems to be an almost one-to-one re-
lationship between the shooting across the
border and the sudden appearance in Syria's
principal cities of avid marchers carrying Nas-
ser placards. Of course, Nasser has not given
up, and there is little reason to hope that he
will, to fulfill his vision of a pan-Arab empire
with himself at the helm. And so long as
aggressors are merely reprimanded by UN
field units, while defenders are threatened
with full-scale punishment, the puny little
Egyptian strongman has every reason in the
world to continue dreaming his dreams.
Tribute to Leonard Abess
The Jewish community will honor Leonard
Abess on Saturday night. Mr. Abess has an
enduring record of civic identifications, with
a special accent on the battle against bigotry.
The Joint Defense Appeal, whose constitu-
ent agencies are the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish Com-
mittee, will be host to the function in his honor.
Through his concern for strengthening in-
tergioup relations and for lessening the
scourge of racial and religious intolerance,
both agencies in Greater Miami have had
their programs enriched, and the people of
this area are the legatees of his highest in-
tentions.
Mr. Abess is the patron of the annual ADL
Human Relations Award. He is a patron of
the general hope that man may soon learn to
live in peace with his fellow-man.
The JDA function is one of which the com-
munity may be proud. Mr. Abess. for his con-
tributions in this field of human endeavor,
also deserves Greater Miami's accolade.
The Threat from Within
Dr. Nahum Goldmann's points of view in
Mexico City before a meeting of the World
Jewish Congress are well-taken.
We would not go so far as to say that
major threats of anti-Semitism throughout the
world today are virtually non-existent. As a
matter of fact, we believe Dr. Goldmann does
not, himself, think this.
But we do agree that Jewish identifications
with the ancient traditions of Judaism and Jew-
ish education in these traditions are the abso-
lute essentials of the Jewish continuum. With-
out them, Jewish survival is indeed threatened.
How a News Report Was
Born -- and Killed in Russia
By BORIS SMOLAR
ANTI-RELIGIOUS PROPAGANDA has its periods of ups and down-
in the Soviet Union. There are years like now when the
campaign against religion is highly intensified. There are aU>
periods when it is deliberately relaxed.
The year 1930. during which f'was stationed in Moscow as cdrrc-
pondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, was a year which starle I
with unprecedented fury against rabbis and synagogues.
As early as February of 1930 the Soviet press boasted that n..
less than 63 synagogues had been closed down throughout the Sowc-
Union within the first six weeks of the year. This was taken as a
signal for an all-out intensified drive against Jewish religion in ever'.
Soviet city and town. Within a few days news came from Minsk
14 Rabbis Arrested Here!
Never before had such a large number of Jewish religious lead-
ers been arrested in any Soviet city. The Moscow press, participate,
in the anti-religious campaign as it did, abstained from reportii >
the mass arrest of the rabbis in Minsk. Not so the Minsk Yi<
Communist newspaper "Oktiabr." The newspaper obviously c Ti-
ered the arrests an 'achievement'' in its tight against the .K
reiigion.
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CENSO* AMAZED AT NEWS
WHEN THE "OKTIABR" reached me the next morning in U
cow. I saw that the matti extremely serious. The Mil
us leader- m with maintaining illegal coi
abroad a sve chargi ii I
Union with hoi
:. rabbi whi a l< I i -
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ng I were rabbis of great i
lewish world. The; i '
its. N I lest no time
mass ai n si ai I rush id with it |
Soviet Foi get the cens r's stami wi hout whi< I
press cable v a- forwarded by the Mosci .ph.
The censor, obviously surprised, read and reread the text of
cable. a:.d then asked: "Do you seriously expect me to pass this
news?"
Why not'.''' I replied. "It emanates from an official Soviet
source, from a Communist newspaper in Minsk."
The censor was puzzled. "You mean to say that the news of the
arrest was printed in one of our newspapers?" he asked.
"Yes." I said. "This is exactly what I mean, and here is the
newspaper."
I pulled out from my pocket the copy of the "Oktiabr" to show
him the story there. He could not read Yiddish: so he asked me to
reiid the news to him in Russian and to be sure to give him the cor-
rect translation.
Soviet censorship regulations at that time permitted any foreign
correspondent in Moscow to cable abroad any news published in the
Soviet press on the assumption that Soviet newspapers could be
bought later abroad. The censor had therefore no choice but to pass
my cable.

M0 NEWS IS BAD NEWS
yUHEN THE JTA released the news in New York, it came like a
" bombshell not only to Jews but also to non-Jews. The general
press in New York gave the JTA report great prominence on its front
pages and the Associated Press, which has an arrangement with
the JTA for news, considered it as one of the major news stories of
the day.
Before the day was over, all the American correspondents in
Moscow received cables from their editors in New York asking why
they failed to file the news on the Minsk arrests. However, the corres-
pondents were at a loss to understand what was wanted of them. The
Moscow papers did not carry the news and no Minsk newspaper was
available in Moscow.
Upon learning from me the details of the case, they were ever
at a greater loss, because they could establish no contact with any-
one in Minsk. There was al-o no point in going to Minsk because no
who might have any details would have dared to open bis
mouth. Supplying information to a foreign correspondent was cor.-
ed no less criminal than maintaining illegal contact with organ-
id. ,

A CASE OF JUCCUN0 THE FACTS
UUITH EVERY DAY, the interest in the arrest of the Minsk rabbis
" grew not only in the United States, but also throughout
I me a world affair. The arrest was <
a threat to all religions, and speculation was rife in newspapers
toad that the rabbis might be executed.
As the pre' w, the Soviet authorities realized that I
( tuld no longer ignore them. I was therefore summoned to the For-
eign Office and told that I could send a cable denying "on good
authority" the rumors abroad that the rabbis would be executed.
This was exactly a week since I sent my first cable to New York
en the arrests of the rabbis. Two days later, my telephone ran^ in
the middle of the night. The night censor was on the phone.
"Will you come over immediately to my office?" he said. "I
have something very urgent and important for you to know."
It was an exceptional case for a correspondent in Moscow to bo
taken out of bed in the middle of the night for news. When I appeared
in the censor's office, he apologized for calling me at such a late
hour, and added:
"I am sure you will not consider it a molestation ... I am under
instructions to give you the news that the Minsk rabbis are released,
and to give it to you urgently ..."
The JTA was the first to bring the world the news of the arrest
of the Minsk rabbis, and was also tht first to report the news of their
release. Several days later, I was assured by the Soviet Foreign
Office that there would be no trial of the rabbis.
On the day when the release of the rabbis was announced. Feb
23 the entire Moscow press, from Izvestia to the smallest news-
paper, attacked the JTA because of the furor raised abroad over the
arrest of the Minsk rabbis. The released rabbis were made to sign
a declaration denying there was religious persecution in Russia a
declaration which I cabled in full to New York.
Less than a month later, however, the Central Committee of the
Communist Party published an order urging the discontinuance of
closing of houses of worship. The anti-religious campaign had entered
its period of relaxation.


Friday, April 6. 1962
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Page 5-A
Security Council Condemns Attack
Nelson A. Rockefeller receives lithograph of a sketch entitled
The Prayer," by the noted Israeli artist Yehuda Bakon. The
presentation at the Governor's New York office is made
oy Mrs. Max M. Meth, of Hadassah, United Stales chairman
for Child's Day for Youth Aliyah. Hadassah is the official
U.S. representative of Youth Aliyah, international agency for
the rescue, relief and rehabilitation in Israel of homeless
Jewish children from various parts of the world. Yehuda
Bakon, the artist, is a Youth Aliyah graduate.
UN Truce Chief Arrives
To Report on Israel-Syria
Continues from Page 1-A
?d States delegation, proposed
hat the Council summon the
JNTSO chief for further, personal
discussions.
The current discussions in the
'I Nations Security Council of
rsrael \rab problem, ::; connec-
. ii wall He recent Syrian-Israeli
rder i' presei I an oppor-
United States "to
., fi isition in favor of di-
, Aral -Israeli nei i ," Re
i an .Son. Kenneth Keating >>i
re. Failure
do so, h< idded, will onlj hei hi
n emotions on bolh sides.
Sen. Kea'.i chari I irized state
partmi nl i elu tance push
ore \ i mslj for d n cl Arab-
raeli peace talks as an attempt
to appraise Nasser and the Arabs"
a policy, he said, thai i- design* d
to woo their support against the
lans."
Don't rock the boat seems to he
the most conspicuous element in
ir Middle Eastern policy." the
Senator charged. He added that
"even though the boat is leaking
to such an extent that it is barely
afloat, we still sit motionless within
it. We refuse all efforts to bail
or patch, which admittedly would
be difficult."
But, said the New York law-
maker, who has frequently advo-
cated stronger United States ac-
tion in efforts to get the Arabs
and Israel to sit down around the
conference table, "the result of
cur inactivity is even worse, for
it denies usalong with Israel
and the Middle Eastany oppor-
tunity to repair the situation while
there m:y yet be a chance."
He complained that his repeat-
ed prodding of the State Depart-
ment urging U S. attempts at di-
rect Arab-Israel negotiations, ha?
brought replies "in diplomatic
double-talk, which if it says any-
thing, implies simultaneously that,
in the one hand we are doing what
we can and on the other that we
cannot interfere."
Continues from Pag* 1 -A
lution sternly condemning Israel
for a "wanton attack" and issuing
a Council warning of possible
sanctions against Israel, was in-
troduced by Sarah Terazi of Syria:
Comay delivered a brief but
firm reply to Terazi, who had
addressed the Council for a full
hour, repeating all the additional
anti-Israel charges voiced here
over the years by the Arab del-
egations. Tuesday's meeting was
attended by Maj. Gen. Carl C.
von Horn, chief of staff of the
United Nations Truce Supervis-
ion Organization, who had been
summoned here to clarify for
the Council the issues surround-
ing the Syrian-Israeli charges
and counter-charges of aggres-
sion which culminated in the Is-
raeli military action against the
Syrian gunpost positions on Mar.
17.
Various members of the Council
directed questions to von Horn,
who was scheduled to reply to
all of the questions when Council
resumed its Israel-Syrian debate
on Wednesday afternoon.
The United States delegation,
which had proposed that von Horn
be brought here, asked the follow-
ing questions: 1. "Can you suggest
ways in which UNTSO's effective-
ness could be increased? 2. Is
UNTSO afforded the necessary
freedom of movement which is
essential to performance of its re-
sponsibilities under the general
armistice agreement? 3. Does
Gen. von Horn have any sugges-
tions as to how observance of the
armistice agreement, with special
reference to deployment of forces
in the demilitarized zone and de-
fensive area, could be improved?
4. Could he comment further, in
addition to remarks in bis report,
on the status of the Israel-Syrian
Mixed Armistice Commission?"
In his report of a week ago, von
Horn had pointed out that the
Israel-Syrian MAC has not been ef-
fective since 1951. Mohamed H.
El Zayat. of the United Arab Re
public, a member of the Council,
had asked the General the same
question about MAC which, he
said, Israel is boycotting. He also
asked von Horn whether he ex-
pects "further Israeli attacks
against Syrian territory."
Platon D. Morozov, of the So-
viet Union, asked the UNTSO
chief whether he knew how long
it had taken Israel to prepare
for the Mar. 17 attack. Alex
Quaison-Sackey, of Ghana, asked
the General whether he could
report on violations of the ar-
mistice agreement by either
Syria or Israel in the past six
months, and what UNTSO has
done to prevent such violations.
Comay's suggested resolution
came as a distinct surprise to the
Council. However, neither the Is-
raeli suggestion nor the Syrian
draft can come to a vote unless
such resolutions are sponsored by
a member of the Council. Neither
Syria nor Israel holds Council
membership.
In his reply to the Syrian dia-
tribe, Comay told the Council that
the "Syrian representative has lit-
tle to learn about bad taste." Re-
plying to a challenge by Syria to
the State of Israel's objectives,
Comay said: "All we want is
i peace with our neighbors. If cur
! neighbors refuse to negotiate
! peace, we insist upon freedom
from attack and aggression. We
will not .icquiesce to any impair-
' ment of our rights. My govern-
| ment looks to the Security Council
to take action on our complaints "
The Israel delegation chief
then read off what he called a
: "tentative suggestion" for the
resolution. In preambular p r-
tions of th Israeli draft, the Is-
rael Government would have
Council recall that previous i
lutions dating back to 1943- '
had called "on a final settlen
( of all questions oulsanding be-
i tween them."
They Do Not Believe in God/
Old Man Prays Outside of UN
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONS An elder-
ly gray-bearded Jew staged a
"prayer for peace" in front of the
main Visitors Entrance to the
United Nations Tuesday, donning
a yarmulke, prayer shawl, and
tefillin.
The man stood on the edge of
the UN Plaza near the principal
entrance and prayed aloud for a
half hour. Since at this season of
the year thousands of tourists visit
the United Nations, a crowd of
tourists surrounded the man.
A United Nations guard politely
told the man that he could enter
the building and pray in the Medi-
tation Room. He replied: "I am
afraid they do not believe in God
there."
He was allowed to finish his
prayer. He rolled up his teiillin
and prayer shawl, put them into
a bag, removed his yarmulke. and
departed. The guard did not ask
the man his name.
Tifereth Israel
Planning Seder
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hold its first Passover Sedar on
Wednesday evening, Apr. 18, S".atT>
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The Seder will be conducted by
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman, with
the assistance of Benjamin Gend-
ler, Yiddish-English singer. Tradi-
tional questions will be afted by
the children.
A seven-course Passover di Uier
v.ill be served with the sym! lie
' dssover foods on each table.
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Ovc-the-Top" Committee
Over the Top' I Leonard rosen
Chief Proposes
Business Week
Th- ipeal's
.'.. ek pens Monday
leadership of L
Resen'
to kick off i
the Top Coi '
Bus
-
far ui
Long a dedicated worker for
the Combined JewisS Appeal,
Rosen ha* risen rapidly ts he
too ranks of Grea'e- Miami's
a+iiUnthrepic campaigners.
He I -
is a -
"
isees
TCI I OOSi-
Gl
Miami bus;r> -mer. have '.
teere: rk with Rot
-: Each will drop
by Temple Israel for live Bin-
morning next week, and
p:clc up a maximum of tnree
They'll contact the prospects
_ the day. and return the
Temple Israel the next
r. jrning.
Joining Rosen in leadership of
>< Week are seven Greater
Mismians who will sen
.are Sam
J. H<
Nathan fjurr.eniek. Sidney Ansin.
rnard Ste
Kiflak
"The fact that men like these
ire leading the way in Business
Week shows the importance of
. "a_- MTBtfSTH
OWKS GULP AMERICAN LAND COMPAN1
this particular facet of the cam-
paign, Rosen said. "We feel
it will go a long way towards
cfeternvning the degree of suc-
cess cf the entire drive."
All of -hose being contacted dur-
ing Bii-ine.-- Week are previous
CJA contributors. Rosen explain-
ed, who haven't yet been asked to
contribute this year.
We know they're ready and
willing to givethey just haven't
been asked.'' Rosen explained.
Tha;'s the purpose of Business
Week ''
Committee Will Greet Ribicoff
A Re-! Carpet" committee of Lebanon Hospital trustees and local
was named civic leaders.
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Stevenson Criticizes Israel
For Reprisal Against Syria
Ceittinsjed from Pace 1-A
vere and -rigsswi.-" corrrleTrirrsHon
Ol I-rael. Michael S tomay.
Israel'.- permanent representative,
baked Ike Security Council to ob-
tain from Syria a promise to keep
the peace ir, i.e. sHK Tlbei area.
The A'rricen MnbassadOl 'her.
-sled that mpc. Ul( -
Count nci ,n"
formation from !h. Cbiel ol Stall
since Use thi
ed the i van
Horn to York o-
able for cons
Acting BeetwsWy General L" Than'
received the proposal with coossess,
pointing out that Gen von Horn
_.>- tr. h:- reports all the
information he had. The United
State- proposal sss adooted and
the Security Council adjourned for
a week the debate on the Israel and
in complaints.
The UN officer declared in his
reports that Israel had insisted on
a peaceful solution in the Lake
Tiberias area but at the same
time had warned Syria through
UNTSO that Syria was "playing
with fire."
He said m bit report tha he had
aasseesd _J' Ht> Go Mi Mew
Israel- Forsifl) Minister ro step]
to ease tension One f. i
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arreed to the second Disposal ln
formed source- in Israel not"
thi- ua- nr a Bev itep t' I
which bad .,-*>- permit',
ohservers to make such ui-pecti"n
visits
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Conversion Told
World War II vetei lorida
ha not i their
i to | rmanent plan poll-
use an i -hod
c] Rufus H.
: anager of the '
Administration regional office in
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Ekhsttann's Defense Counsel
Says He'll Appeal to Lm
At the 37th anniversary and installation of
tn Looge ol B'nai b'rlth at thd Deou.
are front (left to right) Eli Huiwitz, out-
g president; E. Alberi Pallot, instaUinn oi-
A. David Rayvis, president- Sarford M.
president-elect. Rear are Moe
: iaizman, Saul Blake, Dr. William Schiff,
"; t~n Kahn. Sidney Palmer, Morton Palmer,
tin Budnick, and Marvin Pearlmcn.
Mass. Urges U.S. Action on Boycott
vr< in (J i \ ssi unions u
p isiti ii ag linsl Arab interl
ol Ann rican citizei s" were adoptei
; id usetts Central Court.
N< i'.i | in I to adopt such
ons and the seventh slate
ifter California, Mis-
_ .... New Jersey, New York,
1 cnns; Ivania and Wisconsin.
The petition adoption of
thi resolutions v as originally sub-
to the Joint Committee on
i itional Law in January.
Among those speaking in favor of
i on was Herbert B. Ehr-
mann, chairman of the executive
: i ard an l honorary national pros-
i; the American JVwih com-
and Rep S Iney Q. Curtiss.
In ihi General Court, the resolu-
tions ir< si i I ed by boih Dem-
ocrats and Republicans and are in
keeping with the iyu platform of
both parties.
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rging the Si ite Department to lake
Tenet in the < ; 11.. i t ol the affairs
l unanimously here by both houses
Tins makes Massachusetts the first
The text of the identical resolu-
tii .'. adopted by both houses reads:
"The General Court of Massa-
chusetts respectfully urges the '
Department of State to take a
firm position against Arab inter-
ference in the conduct of the af-
fairs of American citiens and
businessmen, to abstain from any
accommodation to Arab League
boycott activities and policies,
wneihar passive or overt, to re-
sist any efforts by Arab nations
to maintain or widen its boycott
activities in the United States,
and to exert all possible efforts
and utilize its resources to the
fulfillment of the spirit and pur-
poses of this resolution." Copies
c| the resolutions will be forward-
ed by the secretary of the com-
it), nwealth to the Secretary of
Stale of the United States.
A resolution calling on the Unit-
ed Stales Department of Stale to
"firmly" oppose Arab interference
with the rights of American citizens
and firms to travel to, reside in
i r trade with areas controlled by
Arab League states was meanwhile
introduced in the Michigan State
Senate at Lansing last weekend by
State Sen. Charles S. Blondy.
The resolution also calls on the
State Department to "redress these
circumstances and conditions, and
to prevent them in the future." In
the preambular clauses of the reso-
lution, Senator Blondy specifically
objected to the anti-Israeli boycott
as applied to American citizens and
shipping, and to the banning of
Jews from the United States-oper-
i-led Dharhan airbase in Saudi
Arabia.
Cc .tinued Ircm Page 1-A
major element introduced by Bich-
mane's lawyer on appeal was a pro-
posal thai pei miUed le bring
Dew v in sses and .'."..it the prose-
cutio.i be sirec ed to on sent as
v. iM, sses thi alleged ai ductors of
Eichmann from Ai entina H
nppeale I to the court to
the death penaltj on wha: he call-
ed humanitarian grounds, The
conn rejected the requesl tor the
production ci new witnesses,
Dr. Servatius argued that he
district courl which trie Eichmann
lucked jurisdiction because the
charged crimes were committed
outside Israel; that the abduction
of Eichmann in Argentina had
brought him illegally within Israel's
jurisdiction and that the illegality-
was therefore fatal to the court's
jurisdiction; that his client had
been a mere transport official car-
rying Out directives from his
superiors: that the trial in Jeru-
salem was held in a prejudicial cli-
mate.
Israel Attorney General Gideon
Hausner, arguing against the ap-
peal, told the five-man appeal
court that the evidence before the
trial court left no doubt of
Eichmann's guilt, and that the
Nazi butcher must be made to
pay with his life for his inhuman
crimes. He said "there is no
punishment in the wold commen-
surate with the enormity of his
deee'e." Retorting to Dr. Serva-
t.us' p-eo foi mercy for his client,
Mr. Hd'jsner reminded the court
c{ Eichmann's callous assertion
in 'he course of his trial that
".hira is o place for repentance
i.Ai remorse. '
hi v ol the volumii
ci rd, the c urt is expecti d to ti -
p ss th or two before
ling tiewn a ruling on the ap-
I, al Should it sustain the con.
wction and the penally, the only
i medy open to Eichmann will be
appeal clemency to the
i m sidenl oi Israel, who would face
insurmountable criticism it he mod-
11 ed the death sentence. There
has for years been a strong und
current in Israel against the death
penalty not only among the intel-
lectuals I ut on a mass level, but
lure are few in Israel who would
bet against the prediction by Eich-
mai h ayer that the Nazi
butcher will not be around at his
next birthday.
Ad Firm Names Staffer
E. J. Seheaffer and Associates
have announced the appointment of
Alan J. Gallagher tc the copy stale.
Gallagher, original!" from England,
! came to this country with the
Sears Roebuck orgi nization which
he served for ten jears. Five of
, these were spenl in t le national ad-
vertising department.
Board Will
Meet Weekly
Starting this Friday, board of
trustees of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital will meet weekly at 4 p.m., in
' the conference room, it was an-
nounced By E. Albert Pallot. vice
t president, and chairman of the Ced-
; rs development fund.
The business and civic leaders
will report on progress of the cur-
rent fund-raising campaign to com-
plete the upper three floors.
Ciimax of the drive will be a
dinner Saturday. Apr. 28. which will
he attended by Secretary Abraham
A. Ribicoff.
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Friday. April 6, 1962
Soviet Shows Increasing Anti-Israel Stand at UN
UNITED NATIONS (JTAi -
An analysis of statements made by
the Soviet delegate during the brief
Stcurity Council debate this week
on the Syrian-Israeli border con-
flict indicated that the Soviet Union
hrd taken its most anti-Israel atti-
tude at the Unied Nations in many
years.
Platon D Morozov. the USSR
i esentative on the Council, not
only continued the strongly pro-
Arab. anti-Israel bias which has
teen standard policy but he also
Knted that anti-Israel sanctions
and even expulsion of Israel from
the United Nations should be con-
s'tlered by the Security Council. He
lirked such proposals to the con-
tingencywhich he apparently took
for grantedthat the Security
Council condemn Israel in the re-
ADL's Epstein To Speak Friday
jamin R. Epstein, niti oa]
ir of the Ar.t.-Defamation
i; nth. will -
nanu-EI on I
:. ...: Lehrmt-
which be-
I m Cantor Hir=h
A
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n 1934 :
m the Institute ot
.
rise ol the Hitler
i hip.
Epstein has been associated
wi'h the Ani-Defama*ion League
for more than 20 years, 13 of
Donor Dinner Saturday
veterans, Ladies'
iary of North Short ; si 671
Kill hold their sixth annual dono.-
at the Carillon hotel on Sat-
Members and g tests n
the Scandales de Paree re\ue
ir le Cafe Le Can Can. Pr>.
are for work at Veterans Hospital
II oral Gable? and for veterans
bilitation. Reservation chair-
l- Mrs. Sidney Ritterman.
them as national director. He
was elected a national commiss-
ioner of the ADL in 19S6.
He is iuate of Dickinson
I and earn-
his M from the
L'niversit) inia. After
completing a year's study at the
ed to the facull I the Unr.
of I' e was
si rand Trai
for further
In 1957. he received the
Doctor of La -
n 1 ill lega i
:^rch. 1954. he revisited Ger-
U )n of the \\'-. 51
German Federal Republic In
he again made a
v. i rermany
he i (era i
and conducted ai into anti-
Semitism in Cera : today. On
: tut trip, he als private au-
ee with Pope J tin XXIII.
In "he fiel i of publications. Ep-
s.ein i~ .o-author with Arnold For-
The 1 roul makers" 11952)
and "Cross-Currents" '19561, books
v hich analyze the activities of big-
oted racist groups and individuals
in the United State.-, and "Ger-
manyNine Years Later." report
on one of his study tours of Ger-
many
i.ewed clashes with Syria in the
Lake Tiberias area.
Morozov als> argued that the
Security Council "must examine
what further concrete measures
art necessary at the present iime
in order to oblige Israel to carry
out its obligations." Without
troubling to await a Security
Council decision, he called Israel
the "aggressor" and exonerated
Syria as the "victim." He ac-
cused Israel of "flagrant viola-
tions," and dug into recent history
in a bid to "prove" that Israel
has never heeded the rules of the
UN charter or the terms of the
14 armistice pact with Syria.
Israel strongly defended its posi-
tion in the debate. Michael S. Co-
may, chairman of the Israeli dele-
i gation, said Israel would not be
1 intimidated by Syria and its
1 "friends." He insisted that the
Security Council probe the entire
background of the current fighti.-\
and not stop with Israel's March 17
re id on Syrian gun positions. He
challenged the Syrians to pledge
themselves before the Security
Council to keep the peace in the
Lake Tiberias area.
Equally interesting was the re-
sult of an analysis of the United
States position on the first Arab-
Israel dispute to come before the
Security Council since the Kennedy
Administration took office. It ap-
peared that the United States dele-
gation was seeking to take a neirral
stand but one that ended up a>
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fJewisli Fhridlian
Page 9-A
K/utznick to Address JWB Banquet Saturday Eve
GtORGt SIMON
Simon Reveals
Committee Heads
I -y committee heads for the
11th annual ilmnor meeting of the
Vliami Jewish Community
ere announced this week
ge A. Simon, dinner chair-
are Mrs Solomon Kann,
hlrs Samuel Gordon and Mrs.
\.i. Gold. The function will
ace on Sunday night. Maj
Duponl Plaza hotel.
Mrs Kann will be in charge of
nations committee, [nvi-
.ire now being mailed to
n mm unity leaders in all walks of
life -. reception for the incom-
in( icers, board members and
community representatives has,
been .-"ranged prior to the dinner. |
Mrs Gold will be in charge of
the hospitality committee. Mrs.
fiordi has been appointed in
chare* of a sub-committee for
spei guests and community of-
fii is
Rej esentatives from the Cen-|
ter's branchea will assist on each I
ol thcit committees.
Lehigh Acres
Opens Office
Gerald H. Gould, president of
Lehigt Acres, this week announced
anotb( move in the Lehigh Acres
expansion program, with the open-
ing of ts latest branch sales office
al the icw 163rd Street Jefferson
Superstore in N. Miami Beach. I
The liice here will be under the
management of Bob Baker, who
has been specializing in Florida
land developments since 1950. A
16-yeai resident of Miami Shores,
Rakei >pent four years in the U.S.
Navj nd served in both the At-
lanta and Pacific Theatres.
I i Acres is a 3,000-resident
community on the West Coast. 12
miles ;ast of Ft, Myers, and is1
complete even to its own post of-
fice ..-, telephone exchange.
ISA Kill
Scmickt from Yeshiva, Cantor, teach-
er, Br. Koreh, etc. Wife, Kindergarten
teacher Seeks position. Write, Rabbi
2, Boi 2973, Main Postofiice, Miami
Continued from Page 1-A
quet, will discuss "Achieving
I Greatness: Goals for American
Jewry in the 1960s." JWB presi-
dent, Solomon Litt, will deliver the
President's Report at the banquet.
Louis S'.crn, national vice presi-
dent of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds and of
JWB. was meanwhile to present
the findings and recommendations
of the Committee on Reappraisal
and Planning on Thursday. The
committee conducted a year-long
intensive study of every aspect of
the organization's programs, ser-
\ u i and structure. Delegates will
act on the recommendations on
Friday. If the recommendations
are adopted. JWB will undergo a
major reorganization and unifica-
tion of services to its affiliated VM
and YWHAs and Jewish Commun-
ity Centers and Jewish personnel
in the Armed Forci 3, veterans hos-
pitals and their dependents. The
streamlining oi structure and uni-
fied approach ma) well serve as
model examples for other organi-
zations.
On Sunday morning, neuiy-elect-1
id officers will be installed, and
delegates will adopt a series ot
i.'solutions and the organization's
1963 and 1961 budgets Santord
m lender, JWB executive vice pres-
ident, will be the closing speaker.
The contemporary revival of
Judiasm in the U.S. in an envir-
onment "remarkably free of prej-
udice and resentment" was direct-
ly linked by Dr. Bertram W. Korn,
noted historian and rabbi. Reform
Congregation Keneseth Israel,
Philadelphia, to the work done by
Jewish military chaplains in
World War II. Dr. Korn made
the assertion at the official open-
ing session of the 1962 convention
Wednesday night.
Referring to the development as
"the transformation of American
Judiasm in the cauldron of World
War II." Dr. Korn acknowledged
that "many other factors" had help-
ed to create the conditions which
made the development possible.
"But," he added, "I do not believe
that this development would have
taken place without the return to
civilian life of hundreds of thou
sands of young Jewish men who
gained a healthy, self-respecting.
affirmative attitude towards their
cwn Jewish identity in the midst
of the terrifying experiences of war
because they were served by Jew-
ish chaplains and because Judaism
had been given the highest possible
status by governmental and mili-
tary authority."
Dr. Korn. author of "American
Jewry and the Civil War," and pas!
president of the American Jew-
ish Historical Society, said. "But
this experience in World War II
was possible only because of the
events of a century ago which we
have uathered together to com-
memorate tonight." He then trac-
ed the steps which led to the Act
of Congress, signed by President
Lincoln on July 17, 1862. which for
the first time permitted regularly
ordained ministers of any religious
denomination to serve as military
chaplains. Prior to that time. only-
Christian ministers could serve in
that capacity.
The opening session of the JWB
convention was devoted to the
celebration of the 100th anniver-
sary of the signing of the Act,
which in effect marked the estab-
lishment of the Jewish military
chaplaincy. JWB, through its
Commission on Jewish Chaplain-
cy, recruits, gives ecclesiastical
endorsement to and serves Jew-
ish chaplains in the military and
in VA hospitals.
Maj. Gen. Frank A. Tobcy, Chief
i:f Chaplains. U.S. Army, presented
a citation to the JWB Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy on behalf ol
the. Department of Defense. Solo-
mon Litt. JWB president, accepted
the citation on behalf of the organi-
zation.
The citation is "For outstanding
service rendered to the Department
of Defense in the procurement of
Jewish chaplains for the Army.
Navy and Air Force and in provid-
ing information, counsel and assist-
ance to the Armed Forces Chaplains
Board concerning chaplains ant
other Jewish personnel in the Arnv
cd Forces."
Gen. Tobey, who is also chairman
of the Armed Forces Chaplain*
Board, was a major speaker at tila
convention's opening session. Ha.
spoke on "Brotherhood in Action."
Aged Home Auxiliary
Miami Auxiliary of the J
Home for the Aged was to hold :;:
next regular meeting this Thurs-
day noon at Jordan Marsh. Pro-
gram was to include cards and re*
'lments. I
Civic Orchestra
Plays Sunday
Rumanian Rhapsody No. 1. by
Georges Enesco, will be a featured
crchestral work at the Miami Beach
Civic Orchestra concert Sunday,
8 p.m., in municipal auditorium.
Another, scheduled by conductor
and music director Barnett Brces-
kin. will be Rimsky-Korsakov's
"Capriccio Espagnole."
Young pianist Bonnie Anne Broni-
berg, the guest soloist, will play
Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3,
op. 37 in C minor.
This concert is next to the last,
in the current series of eight month-
ly events. Admission is free, but
on a reserved seat basis only.
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U.S. Body in Middle East Statement
3 lichael Oritt. son of Mrs. Sehna Oritt and the late Samuel
Oritt, 810 Lakevi?w dr., presents the 60-volume English edi-
tion of the Babylonian Talmud to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
:::incipal of the Academy. The piesentation, made at a spe-
;.al assembly, was given to the new Hebrew Academy Li-
rary in memory of his father, who was a member of the
- oard of directors of the Academy, and active in many re-
ligious and communal organizations.
Temple Menorah Camp Schedule
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' emple Menorah has announced
schedule for its summer day-
Tip, which will open on June 18
1 run tor eight weeks.
Vnder the supervisor! of Herzl
.nor. education director of the
igious school, trained supervisors
1 contuct activities including
ging. dancing, dramatics, games.
"s and crafts. A full athletic
.grain, including swimming in-
uction in an Olympic-sized pool
1 be provided
~he camp will use the facilities
the air-conditioned social hall.
sery rnd youth lounge, where
hoi Kosher lunches will be served.
A wading pool for three-year-old
children will be available in the
recreation area.
A special Kabbalat Shabbat ser-
vice will he held each Friday.
Weekly iield trips scheduled in-
clude:
Pepsi Cola visit, Funland. Plane-
Utrium and Museum of Science,
Seaquarium, Crandon Park Zoo,
Clyde Beatty Jungleland, Seminole
Queen boat trip to Musa Isle, fire
station and police station visits,
Mac-Arthur Dairy, and Greynolds
Park picnic.
WASHINGTON (JTAi The
an Israel Public Affairs
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oi which work- to
. rican-Israel friend-
h p
Rabbi FS;iip S. Bernstcjin,
chairman of the committee, ad-
dressing ths conference, cal.ed
i-pcn the United Nations to dis-
tinguish between "those who fire
shots of .-.ggression and those who
reply in self-defense." Referring
io the recent Israel-Syrian clash
on the Sea of Galilee, he declar-
ed there should be no double stan-
dard. "If the United Nations as-
sumes an attitude of ambivalent
neutrality towards this violence,
it will probably continue," he
said. "The United Nations should
get the Syrians to observe the
cease-fire. If there is no shoot-
ing, there will be no shooting
back."
Rabbi Bernstein urged that the
U.S. Government should "make
clear its conviction that Israel is
here to stay, that Israel, as a sov-
ereign nation, has every right to
develop its economy to support its
population, and that our country
will not give its support to pro-
posals or action designed to pro-
mote belligerence and to obstruct
the economic development of the
area."
"Our Government must know that
short of peace with the Arabs.
Israel simply cannot accept any
number of refugees committed to
the destruction of Israel. These
proposals are fut:Ie and they may "The United States," he said, "was
i-,( giving the rel jees false hopes," committed to direct negotiations
he declared I also con'ended .;. iween Israel and the Arab states
that the L'.S to rce \ in- by lormer UN resolutions, and the
i resident of the United States was
.. i ., 16-nation pe.-.ce committed to this bj statements
ive al th last UN session, thai ha m*de prior :o his election."

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Third Sedi c le I the
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i levoted to
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The Third Sed r the organize-
: Sunday, Apr.
22 6:30 p.m at the Coronet hotel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
der of Temple Beth Sholom, has
i di signati d as chairman of the
i ent.
Rabbi Kronish said that the Bus
iness and Professional Council ot
Kupat Holim here is currently plan-
ning to participate in the construc-
tion of a Greater Miami Medical
Center in the Negev The center
ill be part of Kupat Holim's vast
medical network in Israel.
The project was officially launch-
ed here recently at a meeting in
the home of Mrs. Jennie Gross-
inger, with Mrs. Michael Comay as
guest speaker
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*Jmisli noridlian
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Rabbinical Assembly Vice President Will
Address United Synagogue Convention
Miami Bench Mayor Kenneth Oka proclaims the week of Apr.
29 as B'nai B'rith Week in his city. Florida btate Federation
of B'nai B'rith Lodges and Chapters will hold its 2bth annual
convention in Miami Beach on Apr. 28 to May 1 at the Algiers
hotel. Shown (left to riqht) are Charles Seiavitch, president-
elect; Mayor Oka; and Edward A. Stern, convention co-
ordinator.
Giller Installed ion Slat ed Sunday
Ben Giller has been elected pres-
ident of the Biscayne Point Home
Owners Assn.. and he will be In-
stalled in ceremonies Sunday even-
ing at the Algiers hotel.
Also to be installed are Ezra
FinegoM, honorary president; Dr.
Edward T. Litt, first vice presi-
dent; Dr. Jacob Stolzenberg, sec-
ond vice president; Joseph Rosen-
i turn, third vice president; Mrs.
Irving Gaby, recording secretary;
Mrs. Elizabeth Krivitzin. financial
secretary; and Harry Goldberg,
eastrrer.
Banquet chairman is Bernard A.
r, and Dr. Jacob Stolzenberg
..- ticket ihau'Jiian.
Evening's program will be
Ighttd by Eddie Schaffer,
fctar of East Side Story," Napol-
i on Rcec', Doc Marcus, and danc-
i ihe music of Arne Arnett
na his band.
ir :- \ ill be presented to the
; of the Goll Tournament
ation held last March,
cl awards is Melvin J.
. nl.
: honor al the function
ill inelu I Miafnl Bi h Mayor
;: Kenneth Oka. Vice Mayor
tnd Mrs Malvin Englander. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Lipp. Mr. and
Mrs. 0. M. Pushkin. Mr. and Mrs
D. Lee Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vin Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Bern-
ard A. Frank. Marcie Liberman.
Mr. and Mrs. Woltie Cohen, and
Mr and Mrs. John Poulos.
Snsurance Exec
Speaks al Confab
Fred Stone, field underwriter
v ith Home Life Insurance Com-
pany, New York, has been chosen
speaker at .; meeting of lend-
inj Pield Underwriters of the com-
pany to be bold in the Hollywood
Bi. ch h itel on April 1-9.
Stone is ass ith Hon..'
- Miami m naged by
at 1150 SV
:
Stone was
in his agenc ii
i I ...
undi rv rit( r in 1 i
\ mem
l t the Knights ol Pythias, hi
. ried an I i chil lr< n.
lie lives al 7400 Sw L35th -I
Rabbi Theodore Friedman, vice
president of the Rabbinical Assem-
bly of America, and nominee for
the presidency, will be keynote
speaker at the annual United Syna-
gogue conference of the Southeast
region to be held Apr. 29 and 30
al the C irillon hotel.
.indue Irving Cypen, of Miami
Beach, president oi the region, said
Spaet Forms
Special Comm.
County Commissioner Harold B.
for Circuit Judge j
in Group 1. t'lis week announced
ihe formation of a Committee ol
0 e Thousand" to head his cam-:
;i effort.
"The c ii,imi tee already numbers
70u.'" Spaet said, "with about five
weeks to go heiore the May 8 pri-
m&rj
Spaet^pointed out that the "com-,
ttee is made up of the people,
who have attended my campaign
affairs, including contributors, vol-
unteers in the Miami Beach and |
Miami headquarters, and those who;
have written to me ottering help."
The bulk of the committee
membership, Spaet said, comes
from those who atttended affairs
starting with a big reception in
Miami and continuing through
get-togethers of various kinds in
Hialaah, Wastchester and North
Miami Reach.
A luncheon for the Coral Gables
area, slated for the Pub restaurant,
Wednesday, was expected to add
another 75 members to the com-
mittee.
Spaet's campaign headquarters
are located m the Civic bldg.,
Miami, and al 1212 Washington
ave Miami Beach. He lias been
an attorney for 32 years, and
j< a former Vice Mayor of Miami
I ach, Councilman and Municipal
fudge
that plans for the conference pro-
gram are now approaching com-
pletion. Delegates from 40 congre-
gations in the Southeast are ex-
pected to attend.
Rabbi Friedman was ordained
by the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America "with distinc-
tion" in 1931. He received his
Master of Arts and Doctor of
Philosophy Degrees from Colum-
bia University. He is former
chairman of the committee of
Jewish law of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America. For the
past eight years, he has served as
managing editor of "Judiasm," a
scholarly journel devoted to the
discussion of Jewish religion,
philosophy and ethics. He is co-
author of "Jewish J.ife in Amer-
ica."
He is on the board of governors
01 the National Academy Jewish Studies, and has served as
visiting professor of homiletics at
the Jewish Theological Seminary.
In addition to keynoling the con-
ference on Apr. 29 Rabbi Friedman
will lead an informal discussion on
the meaning of the Conservative
movement. Ideas to be examined
are "Jewish Law.-' "Ritual and
Change," "Synagogue Worship,"
"Kashruth," and a variety of prac-
tical matters lacing congregations
each day.
The United Synagogue is an or-
ganization of 700 congregations in
the United States and Canada, serv-
ing the Jewish needs of one million
adults and youngsters.
RABBI THEODORt FRIEDMAN
Zamora Ladies
To Hear Talk
Sisterhood of Temple Zamor.
meet Wednesday evening.
A business meeting will be foi
id by an address by Dr. Ha
Anderson, cardiac surgeon, whose
subject will be "The Backgro-md
and Future of Heart Surgery."
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,,::.,, Member of the
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imunism.
Vceordii I'' eodore Brooks, ot
New Ymk. JWV national com-
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his wishes to Marvin Liebman,
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e he is currently on a fact-
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Other i ficers of the organization
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late Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
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Friday. April S. 1962
Hebrew University Elects Elath New President \p
JERUSALEM (JTA) Eliahu
Elath, former Israeli Ambassador
to the United States and Britain,
aid this week be regarded his dec-
ision to the presidency of the He-
brew University as not only an hon-
or "which any graduate of the uni--
vtrsity could only have dreamt of"
bul also a challenge to match the
achievements of his "distinguished
predecessors." Elath's candidacy
was proposed by Pinhas Rosen, who
declined to run for the post.
The election of Elath. currently
]'ead of the Afro-Asian Institute of
the Histadrut. ended a four-day
election deadlock of the board of
governors of the university over
b"th the candidates for the post
^nd the question of separating the
i-itions of president and rector of
1he institution.
Judge Louis Levinthal, of Phil-
adelphia, was elected chairman of
tht board. He is expected to
HIAHU tlATH
come to Jerusalem in several
months. Daniel Ross, who head-
ed the nominations committee,
UN Admission Fete Wins OK
Plans for Greater Miami Jewry's
community-wide celebration of the
]3th anniversary of the admission
il the State of Israel into the
United Nations this week won rec-
ognition from Avraham Harman,
Israel's Ambassador to the United
States.
Jack S. Popick. president of the
South Florida Division of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, disclosed the
plans at a meeting with Ambassa-
18 Soviet
Jews Indicted
Continued from Page 1-A
group of looters named Goldman,
Nathatuon and Singer."
Another Soviet newspaper report-
ed this week that Sovie: authorities
ocecuted two Soviet Jews who had
been convicted in an earlier trial
French daily said that the c!
ants included such prominent local
last December. The newspaper
Vostoka, published in the
'.eoreian city of Tibilisi, reported
Mordekh Al amo*. il h Kaki-
.- -hv:ii and A. F. Steimanov had
been executed foi ed
The -<. iel Pn has
i idely reported in recent i
'rials and death sentences i^r
siieculators in which Jewish
bei ii conspicuous!]
dor Harman in Washington on Sun-
day. ,i
Some 400 leaders of the com-
munity will participate in a din-
ner and dance aboard the M. S.
Calypso Liner on May 5. Invita-
tions for the black tie affair are
in the mail, Popick said.
Co-sponsors of the sea-going func- \
lion are members of the Greaterj
Miami Women's Division of the
American Friends, headed by Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff.
Mrs Simonhoff lauded the se-,
lection of Eliahu Elath. former:
Israel Ambassador to the United |
States and Great Britain, as the
new president of Hebrew Univer-j
laity.
She noted that it was Ambassa-
dor Elath's leadership in 1949,
v. hen he was Israel's first envoy to
ine United States, which paved the
way lor admission of the Jewish
State almost as soon as the armis-
tice with the Arab states was sign-
ed.
Mrs. Simonhoff pointed out that
the new president's leadership in
Afro-Asian relationships with
Israel has played a major role in
circumventing the Arab economic
boycott.
"In fact, hues! figures show there
an now some !'i Arab and Druze
students enrolled ;t the Hebrew
University, with another ini i -
expei ted next year." .-he a- si
said that George Wise, who re-
signed as board chairman during
the board meeting, had baan
elected to the board as a gov-
ernor for the Mexican Friends erf
the University.
YlrTVcw York'/Dr! G*eorge S.
Wise told the JTA that "my state-
ment of last November still holds
true, that I will be glad to serve
the university in any capacity,
especially now that the principle for
which the American delegation and
I have been fightingthe sapara-
t:on of the functions of the presi-
dent and rectorhas been put into
effect.")
Mr. Ross said that a $4,000,000
lean to the university being arrang-
ed by the American Friends organ-
ization was assured and that the
university's budget would be bal-
anced. The board decided to in-
, crease the number of members to
120 to provide for 50 percent repre-
sentation by Israel members.
Elath. a graduate of the Hebrew
University, moved to Israel in 1924,
alter being arrested in Russia for
Zionist activities. He immediately
I enrolled at the university, to study
in the School of Oriental Studies.
President of the University's
Israel Oriental Society for the last
' two years, he is the author of two
I books on the Beduin, and the peo-
I pies of the Transjordan.
Between 1934 and 1945, Elath
served as head of the Middle East
Division of the Jewish Agency in
Jerusalem, and in 1945-41 was in
Menorah Will
Honor Donors
Members of Temple Menorah
will gather Sunday evening at the
Temple to honor congregants who
made possible the construction of
its new quarter of a million dollar
social hall.
Maurice Revitz, president of,
Temple Menorah, said that the
highlight of the Sunday ceremon-
ies will be the unveiling of a bronze
plaque inscribed with the names of
contributors to the building fund.
The program will also include an
address by Morris Lapidus, re-
nowned architect, on "The Spiritual
and Physical Beauty of a Tern-
pie." A cantata. "TorahThe In-
heritenco of Israel," composed by
liabbi Mayer Abramow itz for the
occasion, will be presented by the
Rabbi and Cantor Edward Klein.
Revitz and Max Krauss. past
president of Temple Menorah. will
essist in the unveiling of the
plaque and cake-cutting ceremon-
ies.
the United States directing the
Agency's political department in
Washington.
His success gained his appoint-
ment as Israel's first Ambassador
to the United States, and he is
credited* wftfi a major role in the
securing of the admission of Israel
into the United Nations in 1949.
In 1950, Elath was transferred to
London and served until 1959 as
Ambassador to Great Britain. Dur-
ing his long tenure there. England
developed into one of Israel's
Maunchest allies.
Tilereth Israel Sisterhood
A card party and social evening
will be held by Tifereth Israel Sis-
terhood in the social hall on Wed-
nesday at 8:30 p.m.
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HARRY GORDON
PRESIDENT
IKE GORDON
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
MILLER UNVEILING
The Dedication of a Monument
to the Memory of the Late
JACK M'llER
forme'.;, of S313 La Corce Dr..
Miami Beach
mil tal(e place
Sunday, April 8 at 1 P.M.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
uith Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating.
Mr. Miller is survived by his
wife. Thcrca Miller: a son.
(Icrald Miller: and a daughter,
Mr*. Manlynn Savage.
Friends and Relatives
Are Aalrea' to Attend.
COHEN UNVEILING
The LTnrei!in(* In the
Memory of m\ late Husband
MAX COHEN
mil be held at
Key West Cemetery, Key West,
on April 8th, at 2 P.M.
with Rabbi Jacob Safra.
of B'nai Zion. officiating.
Friends and relatives
are a>ked to attend.
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Jewish- Community Should Support t..
DAVID ELDREDGE
FOR
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roughly that part of Dade county south of NW 20th
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(State Rep. David Eldredge is a candidate for the con-
gressional seat held by Dante B. Fascell. This Fourth
Congressional District includes all Monroe County,
Fascell Has Favored Huge American Financial
Dante Fasceli has voted repeatedly for foreign aid ap-
propriations which include large quantities of Ameri-
can tax dollars for such nations as Egypt, Syria, Iraq
aria other Arab nations. He has also cast his vote in
favor of military aid to these nations. Nasser's United
Arab Republic alone received close to ONE BILLION
DOLLARS in American foreign aid. Some of these
countries, including the Nasser bloc, have then turned
around and supported the Soviet Union.
Fascell Voted for Foreign Aid to Arab Nations Which Bar American Jewish Servicemen
Dante Fascell has voted in favor of foreign aid to Arab DAVID ELDREDGE believes this violates the basic tradi-
nations which refuse to allow the United States to tions on which our nation was founded. He will op-
send American Jewish servicemen to our own mili- pose foreign aid for nations which discriminate
tary bases contracted and paid for in those countries. against any Americans.
Military Aid to Nasser and Other Arab Nations
DAVID ELDREDGE is in favor of American foreign aid
going only to those nations which stand with us on
vital issues. This description certainly fits Israel the
only stable democracy in the Middle East. David
Eldredge oppores foreign aid to those nations which
threaten democratic countries, and which frequently
support Russia in the United Nations on important
issues.
Fascell Voted for Foreign Aid for Communist Nations
Dante Fascell has repeatedly cast his vote in favor of
foreign aid to such Communist-dominated nations as
Poland, Hungary, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia.
The Free World has watched in horror the renewed
growth of minority persecutions in those nations-in
DAVID ELDREDGE is vigorously opposed to sending
American tax dollars to Communist-dominated na-
tions. He believes that it just doesn't make sense to
help our enemies bury us.
can't be spent wh;le they're here. This undoubtedly results in the
loss of millions of dollars each year to this area.
DAVID ELDREDGE will fight for repeal of the 10 per-
cent federal travel tax.
recent years.
Dante Fascell Voted to Keep the 10 Percent Travel Tax Which Is So Injurious to the
Economy of Miami Beach and All South Florida
Dante Fascell has voted repeatedly against repeal of
the 10 per cent federal tax on travel.
Florida's United States Senators, of course, have long fought to
repeal this tax which is bound to hurt the economy of any tourist
area. Money which people spend on a tax to get to Dade county
David Eldredge's Legislative Record Deserves Your Support
While serving as a member of the State Legislature for the past four years, DAVID ELDREDGE co-spon-
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vJewisti MoridFfan
Friday. April 6. 1962
UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
The Russian Role Behind the Israel-Syria Border Battle
United Nations
SOME danger signals are atloat
in th.- Middle East and the
Idistress flags are being read here.
I at the Unued Nations, by some per-
ceptive diplomats. If these diplo-
finals are correct there may be trou-
Ible. serious trouble, in the near fu-
Jture for Israel.
The recent clash between Israel and Syria, along
the Syrian shores of Lake Tiberias, was only a symp-
tom of what I happening in the region, as some peo-
ple at the UN see the events. As known now. Israel I
raid into Syria, for the purpose of silencing the Syrian
gun positions that harassed Israel police and fi her-
mei on the Sea of Galilee, had been pr ce
by an agreement between Syria and Iraq for the es
tablishment of a joint military for<. I
.1 of thai agreemenl envisages the postii oi
Ira ; ler "'"' l"r;'l'1 ,
: idnol take UN people long to recall that u
never did gn an armistice agreemenl wjith Israel.
,, er Israels War ol L ei in 1948-49. Thus,
t tl ... vr i thai did make ar-
m, Egypt Syria. Lebanon and Jordon
_ ,.. .... Vi0iai n those instruments, the tact
is jhat ir q .- nol evi i by whatever pledj
,,,- trUce h i I been n ade by Syria or the others Iraqi
troops .ni Israel's border with Syria would, in thein-
selves, con unite a threat to peace and security in
the area. .
What is of still greater, perhaps most vital, im-
portance, is the fact that the Syrians provoked the
clash with Israel on the very eve of the cease-tire
finally reached between France and Algeria. For-
mally Russia leaped happily to announce its joy
over the end of the Franco-Algerian war if. in-
deed, the Evian pact has really put a stop to hostili-
ties But nothing in recent years has given the Krem-
lin more comfort than the conilict between France
and the Moslem states of Algeria and Tunis. Any issue
that makes for conflict is giist to the Kremlin's mill.
If, indeed, the Franco-Algerian agreement leads to
a form of peace between France and the Moslems,
Russia is obviously prepared to keep the fires dt
hatred and warefare aflame. Thus, we arc back in
the Arab-Israel area.
When, following the Syrian clash. Israel ex-
hibited some of the Russian and Czech arms it cap-
tured from the Syrians, there was little surprise here.
Everyone has known that the Communist states keep
sending h",avy armaments to all of the Arab states.
On that score, Russia is "non-partisan" in its own
evil manner.
These are the reasons knowledgeable UN diplo-
mats keep a weather ey< open toward the Middle
Fast
[| so happened that, immediately alter the Syrian-
Israeli clah, Russia's new man in the high echelons
of tin UN Secretarial came here to take up his job as
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
What is Being a Jew?
\ CARMEL monk by way ol conver-
*^ sion Erom Ji'daism has asked the
Israel Supreme Court to rule thai an
apostate falls within the "Law ol Re-
turn which says thai (very Jew has a
right to settle in (srai i i i urts ol law are
known to be as unpredictable as prima
donnas, but it is inconceivable that an
Israeli court, or any conn for thai mat-
ter, would hold !hal a "goy" is a "Jew." It ma> be diffi-
cult to define who is a Jew. as was demonstrated by the
-harp disputation in Israel some years ago, but it is quite
easy to delermir.e who is not a Jew. A Christian is not a
Jew, nor .is one who abandoned the Jewish fold lor the
Christian camp. The Carmelite monk is. seemingly, the
classic example of the man who wants to eat the cake and
have it too.
The question "who is a Jew" is neither unique nor new .
It has been troubling Jewish scholars over the centuries.
rticularly where apostate- were involved, and respon-
sible literature is marked by many inquiries about the
status of people claiming to be Jews. The governing prin-
ciple has always been that a Jew, even if he sinned, still
remained a Jew. and was thus recognized by the Jewish
community. A Jew's fringes wen never to be examined
to the end of proving that he was a Jew. Neither atheist
nor agnostic was excluded from the klal, the Jewish com-
munity, only the ir.eshumed, the apostate, who could no
longer be counted among the living in the community by
reasons ol bis conversion.
As lar as Jews are concerned, the monk in Israel is
among the dep.-rted, and the departed have no need for
visas,

On Being Sixty
My theme on becoming sixty more than three-and-half
vears ago was a simple one. At sixty, I wrote, the bones
ache, the shadows lengthen, and the nights hum sad dirges.
This premonition was to haunt me in the ensuing years,
bringing me closer to the greater reality that is the close
of the tale but perhaps not its end.
Leon Rappaporl. of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
remembered that column and, on becoming sixty himself,
he wrote me what I consider a really fine introspective let-
ter
Undersecretary for Political and Security Council
Affairs. The man is Eugeny D. Kiselev. the Krem-
lin's former hatchet man in the Middle East, the
man who had opened the Arab states for large-scale
purchases ot Communist arms Kiselev's arrival here
at that very time was mere coincidence. But it was
a fortuitous happening. The timing dovetailed Befiun-
fully with the change in the entire Near East situa-
tion.
Those here who are friendly to Israel and they
are numerous as well as influential are gratified
with Israel's alcr:nes-. Tncy know that Israel's pos-
ture is one of keen watchfulness They wonder, how-
ever whether friends of Israel outside the Umted
Nations are as alert to read gns as the Israelis are.
There has been relative quiet along Israel's borders
for some time now People here ask: Have the
friends of Israel outside the UN enclave been lulled
by the relative absence of shooting along th Israeli
Arab borders'.' They hope the answer is in the nega-
tive. Because, il ever Israel must be watchful
the time is now. Wi'h active encouragement from
Russia, the Arabs could start some real trouble
Khrushchev wants trouble. Nasser wants it. and Nas-
ser's corresponding numbers in the other Arab capi-
tals want it.
There is no reason for panic. But neither is com-
plete relaxation indicate"! in the present situation.
i time for verj careful watchfulness in the
c pinion ot diplomats here.
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Browsing Wh Pw'r.: Bv HHAW PWPUN
Critical View of the Rabbinate
THE FAILURE OF THE AMERICAN RABBI. By
S. Michael Galber, 79 pp. New York: Twayn
Publishers, 31 Union Square West. S2.7S.
MICHAEL Gelber is a businessman and gu
turer in Homiletics at the Academy for Higher
Jewish Learning in New York City. He has col-
lected a crowd of criticisms: what's wrong with
the American rabbi, what's wrong with the
American synagogue (other than its rabbi), what's
wrong with American Judaism. One would think
that Mr. Gelber should also be concerned, if only
by implication, with what's wrong with the Ameri-
can Jew. but this is a step he mostly forbears to
take. Undoubtedly it is more sensible to attempt to
reform the rabbis rather tiian the rabble, there
being less of them.
Not that his criticisms are unfounded: far from
it. He calls the Union Prayerbook an "ode to senti-
mentality" which is old-fashioned and passe: he
notices that reading English in unison sounds like
a bunch of third graders and is almost as inspiring
and adds that "congregational participation is not
a synonym for group recitations." He takes issue
with sermons unrelated to anything in Judaism and
unrelated to each other, week after week.
He decries the decline of Torah among the
people and the lack of knowledge of both Bible and
Talmud, and his accusing linger points again at
the synagogues: they are social meetinghouses
when these facilities are available elsewhere,
when they should concentrate on study and prayer
to which everj rabbi would counter that it is
belter to have Ibem come for a dance than never
to come at all. He deplores the bestowal of honors
on ignoramuses in order to exploit them: "When
a boor contributes to virtue, some ol the good IS
bound to rub olf and improve nim Bui when a
rich boor is given a place on a committee or is
honored by a theological body, then the reverse
process seen to obtain. A nea ure of the boorish-
ne.-s nibs oil on the- academy Mr. Gelber is noth-
ing if not courageous.
He is tender with the rabbis, but ut
Their modern pressures and obligations have forced
them to be experts in "schulmanship." too bus;
be men of God. Too many, he says, are social
climbers, publicity hounds, business executives I io
many give little spiritual sustenance and tedi
sermons. Towards their revitali/.ation he suggests
more seminaries, time off from daily duty to study,
"licensed laymen' to free rabbis for more impor-
tant functions, and "mitzvoi dues" performed by
congregation members instead of visiting all this
milzvot on the rabbi; attractive courses in Judaism,
with a good plan spelled out in the book: and "the
creation of an engaging introductory literature that
can popularize" Judaism. Mr. Gelber thinks there
are no popular English language books about Ju-
daism but then, he's not a book reviewer. There
are. Many.,
Some of his proposals are iconoclastic: why
t-at-l e to aUi I
are intriguing brighter robing foi i
cant autiful tallethim and brocade or vel-
vet yarmelkas although one would want to be
sure the philosophy behind the innovation is uplift
synagogue and not high church. Some are foolish.
like a five-minute simplified tefillin ceremonj for
reform and "left-wing" (!) conservatives, to consist
of one psalm, the Shema. and a personal prayer oi
thanks in English and one may as well wind blue
and white ribbons and call it a matitudinai. because
to my mind the tefillin ceremony is an irreducible
complex; it is cither itself, or it is nothing.
Mr. Collier's observations, mostly sound, sharp
and sometimes scathing, are limited to the con-
seivative and reform movements. He omits ortho-
doxy because he thinks it has no real future here;
"With its fundamentalist assumptions, (it) is an ana-
chronism." I cannot help being amused by the fact
that so many of the things the author is so eager to
inject into reform and conservatism are part of the
lifeblood of that anachronism. Good as these rag*
gestions are. one wonders not only how to cure
the patient, but. inescapably what made him so
sick?
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
ADL's Unhappy Study
THE ANTI-DEFAMATION League ot
, B'nai B'rnh is now unhappy about a
survey it conducted because the results
an doubted even by ADL leaders. The
survey deals with the moods of high
school students It was conducted in 21
cilii among 2,000 high school pupils It
[was initiated bj the ADL with the ..>>;'l
__I of determining the feelings among high
school students Inwards Jews. What did it establish"
If the results of the survej are correct ami API.
lea lers feel that they do not reflect the correct situation
then they show quite a high lev! of anti-Jewish preju
among Ihe youngsters The survey leads to the conclusion
thai anti-Jewish bias "ol some kind and degree" is found
in 2\\ t.i :;< percent oi the sample polled. The sampling
covered cities ol various si/e-. but New York was net
included.
The findings show that between 10 and 13 percent
definitely do not want to have ec.ntact with Jews A much
larger percentage Indicated they were uncertain a- I
Vnether they would like to work with Jews, have them as
neighbors and cuests in their homes.
Many students showed a rather disturbing amount 01
lgnorince about Jews. Eight percent of those polled
thought Jews had ton much economic power: nine percent
said Jews had t.io much political power; twelve percent
aid Jews m general were "overprivileged". Eighty-two
percent overestimated the number of Jews in this country
by inflating the correct figure of 5.000,000 anywhere be-
tween two and 15 tunes.
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Eichmann Appeal Brings Judgment and Advice
Jerusalem
tUHAT HAPPENED to the old
German thoroughness? The
appeal submitted to Jerusalem's
Supreme Court by Adolf Eich-
mann'.- counsel. Dr. Robert Ser-
vatius, included a list of 15 wit-
nesses which he wanted to call.
Among them are listed a high
official of Israel's Foreign Min-
istry, Keuven Shiloach; and Is-
rael's first President, Dr. Chaim
Weizmann. Both are no more
among the living.
Dr. Servatius might not have heard of the untimely
death of Shiloach several year? ago, but it is hard to ex-
plain how il had escaped Dr. Servatius' notice that Dr.
Weizmann had been dead lor a full decade!
In .1 way, this relatively small detail is characteristic
of the appeal as a whole, which lacks a clear line ana
seems to stretch in all possible directions in an attempt
to find some new angle.
What one finds is a repetition of a long list of old argu-
ments There is again the questioning of Israel's right t<
try Eichmann; there is the argument of Eichmann having
been merely a small cog in the Nazi machine, that he
merely carried out orders from above and hence that only
his superiors could be held responsible. Nothing new A
these points have been thoroughly belabored in the Dis-
trict Court. -J


Friday. April 6. 1962
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Page 15-A
President of Mt. Sinai Hospital, J. Gerald Lewis, at the annual
Founders Club with Mrs. Sunny Goode and Mr. and Mrs.
William D. Sinqer.
Founders Club
In Social Here
I'\ unders Club oi Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital c ebri ed Its seventh year at
un annual dinner dance Saturday
evening ;.; the Eden Roc.
Present were some 100 founders
and their gues;s.
A brief report on hospital needs
and plans for the future was given
bj Leonard A. Wien, chairman of
the group, and by J. Gerald Lewis,
president of the hospital.
Plaques for participation in the
founders club were presented to
Leonard A Abe.--. Jerry Blank.
Sam Blank, Ben Blum, Max V.
Cogen, Samuel Friedlan I, Paul R.
Gordon, Benjamin <;. Kline. Jos-
eph M. Lip'on, Leon Lowenstein,
Baron deHirsch Meyer. A J. Moi-
BRky, David Phillips. Lee Ratner,
Dan B. Ruskin, Saul Silberman,
Wm. D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Jos-
eph R. Stein, Albert Warner, Abe
\V. Waxenberg and Carl Weinkle.
Founders who had received
plaques previously were Jack Gar-
ret. A C. Fine. Sam C. Levenson,
J. Gerald Lewis, William B. Mc-
Donald, jr., Ben Markowitz. Max
Schlossberg and Leonard A. Wien.
Present at Mt. Sinai Hospital's annual Founders dinner dance
on Saturday evening were chairman, Leonard A. Wien and
Mrs. Wien, with Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Eshkoi Revsews
Fiscal Condition
TEL AVIV -- i.ITAi Finance
Minim- Levi Eshkol declared this
week, in .i summary of Israel's
five-wei ii nee with devalua
hat the average rise In prices
! ( been silghtly more Hum one-
half ol Ihe percent during that
period.
Adding that if there had n>'t been
a two percent rise in prices in the
month preceding devaluation, there
would he no excuse whatever for
any increase in cost-of-iiving al-
lowances to workers, the Finance
Minister reiterated his opposition
in any such increases before July.
This is the date set in agree-
ments between maniifaciurers and
the Histadrut. Israel's Labor Fed-
c-ration, for consideration of
diunges in the allowances.
"Long time" members of Mt. Sinai Hospital Founders Club
who enjoyed the seventh annual dinner dance of the civ ;
at the Eden Roc on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mr-..
Dan B. Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank. ___
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Friday. April 3, 1962
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'Public School Religion' Charged in New York State
NEW YORK(JTA)The Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and the An-
;i-Defamation League of Bnai
B'rith announced that they are
charging the New York State Board
f Regents with establishing "pub-
lic school religion" by poosonng
a prayer in public schools.
The two organizations revealed
that they submitted to the U S. Su-
preme Court an amicu; curiae brief
in which they argue that the Re-
gents' prayer in public schools con-
stituted an establishment of re-
ligion" and thus violated the First
Amendment to the Constitution.
The brief was filed in a case involv-
ing the New Hyde Park public
schools.
The brief stresses tSat both
organizations include among their
membership "vast numbers of
people who not only believe in
the existence of God, but devout-
ly worship Him." However, the
organizations hold to the view
that "prayer in our democratic
society is a matter for the home,
synagogue and church, and not
for the public schools."
The New York Board of Regents,
in a statement on moral and spir-
itual training in the schools, had
Prized "Hechsher" (certificate of Kashruth) is presented to
Bernard Manischewitz, president of the firm which bears his
name, by Rabbi Eliezer Silver. The traditional ceremony ob-
served prior to the Passover is one of the annual events at
the bakery, held now for over 70 years. The "Hechsher" at-
tests that all Manischewitz matzoh, wine and all food pro-
cessing carried out by the company is in strict conformity
with the stringent requirements of Kashruth. Signing the cer-
tificate (left to right) are Rabbi I. Siegal, Jersey City, N.J.; Rab-
bi N. Riff. Camden, N.J.; Rabbi E. Silver, Cincinnati, O.; Rabbi
C. Karlinsky, New York. Also pictured is William B. Mani-
schewitz, treasurer of the B. Manischewitz Company.
recommended that the daily Pledge
oi Allegiance "might well be joined
w.th this act of reverence of God."
The act ol reverence was in the :
form of a prayer devised by the,
B-.ard of Regents which reads: !
"Almighty GoJ. we acknowledge!
cur dependence upon Thee and we :
l-eg Thy blessings upon us, our par-
ents, our teachers and our coun-
try."
In 1958. the New Hyde Park
Beard of Education directed the
district principal to institute this
p;ayer as a daily procedure follow-
ing the Pledge of Allegiance. A
number of parents in that school
district brought suit against the
Beard of Education on the consti-
tutionality of the prayer in the
school system. The case is now be-
fore the U.S. Supreme Court follow-
ing decisions by the New York
Slate courts upholding the New
Hyde Park Board of Education.
Provisions for the excuse of pu-
pil.- whose parents object to their
participation in the school spon-
sored prayer, the brief states, does
not make the practice any less an
establishment of religion.
The National capital area Coun-
cil of Churches said meanwhile
that public schools should not re-
quire teachers or students to par-
ticipate in devotional Bible read-
ing or mass prayer recitations.
Similarly, observance of religious
holidays in public schools, said
the Council, "should have clear
educational purposes and should
not distract from the religious
meaning which some associate
with that holiday."
The Council positions were con-
tained in a statement prepared by
a Special Committee on Religion in
the Public Schools which was
ntimed last January to study the
issue of religion in public schools
lollowing an appeal from the Wash-
ii.gton Jewish Community Council
to school boards in the Washington
area to discontinue all religious ob-
m nances in public schools.
The Church Council said that
while "it is not the function of the
public school to be a church or
synagogue, or attempt to do the
work of the church or synagogue."
it endorsed the idea that "objective
treatment of religious facts as an
integral part of the com;>., anil
curricula*' would be accepta o. On
the subject of Christma- obser-
vance in schools, long a one of
contention within the Jewish com-
munity, the Council saw r
tion so lamp, as the culture,
of the holiday were stress
no reference to the religio
tones of Christmas.
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my first push. Mania was a dressmaker. Since we live 1
around the corner from the Columbia Theatre in Phi!
delphia, Mama's first customer was an actress. Fannii
Thomashefsky. If the name rings a bell, it should. She w
the sister-in-law of Boris Thomashefsky, the famous Yiddi
actor. One day Mama was on her knees with a mouth full i
pins, draping Fannie's ample figure, when a thought stru,^
la-r. "Molly, sing a little something for the lady." Nine yea
old Molly needed no urging, and burst into song. Mama w. ;
so proud and excited she stuck Mrs. Thomashefsky with a
pin. Nevertheless, the actress liked my performance tad
promised to let me sing in her next show. When she left. :
jumped up and down and shouted. "Hurrah, I'm an actor:''
Mothers are all alike. Years later, a woman barged into nv
dressing room with her little girl who was dressed in an exa.t
copv of a costume I wore in Circus Girl. "My daughter 'i
crazy about you," she began. "I have to take her to see all
your plays. She stands in front of a mirror a whole day
copying everything you do. She insisted on coming back
stage to meet you." The child stood motionless, staring at
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actress is." Finally the girl spoke up: "Mickey Mouse."'
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ISABEL GROVE
Linda Easton, a junior majoring in psychology at Wellesley
College in Mass., was named a Wellesley College Scholar at the
annual Honors Day Convocation there The citation is award-
ed to students who have a "high level of achievement" ... A
graduate of Coral Gables High, Linda is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Easton, 551 Geronimo dr., who recently announced her
engagement and approaching marriage to Paul Kalos, of Free-
port. L.I. The young couple plan to be married this summer .
Also on the collegiate front, Marianna Youngerman, junior
majoring in social welfare and public education at Florida State
University, Tallahassee, has been elected delegate to the student
council from her dorm She's also president of Hillel Reyna
Ales Youngerman, 3000 Prairie avc., are expecting their
laughter home for vacation .'. .
Another here for spring vacation. Arthur Sater. third year
major in Spanish at Western Kentucky State University, arrived
i: time to greet a brand new niece. Natalie, daughter of sister
Barbara and Marvin Haven Arthur is the son of Mrs. Pauline
Sater
It will be a full house for the Leonard Zilberts. of 7504 W.
Treasure dr.. No. Bay Village, when their offspring. Diane and
Sheldon, entertain former classmates from Long Island schools
the holiday .. .
Spotlight on Brown University's track team when the school's
alums honored them at Miami Springs Villas during the South
Florida alumni club meeting there this week.
hc -
Double birthday celebration at Gallaghers last Sunday night
Mrs Eve Chanin dinner hostess to her two lovely daughters
and their husbands Accepting best wishes for many more, the
former Honey Chanin. now Mrs. Herb Salzman. and Stan Baumann.
with his Phyllis (nee Chanin) Gay evening continued at Jai-
Alai and ended hours later at Juniors .
Eighty guests gathered at the Deauville on Saturday night for
cocktails and dinner, many to say a temporary farewell to winter
residents returning to homes in Chicago and New York Co hosts,
Sarah and Jerry Sugcrman and Hattie and Sidney Band Sarah
in floral peau de soie with draped bodice and bell skirt over a
narrow underskirt Blond Hattie in all-over sequined white
sheath Saying au revoir as they prepare to leave for the
north, the Leon Goldmans, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Circus, Mr. and
Mrs lsadore Spitz, Mrs. Ethel Osman, Sidney's brother, Alvin
Band Samuel Dainer. and Sidney and Blanche Lewis, the latter
celebrating her birthday Accordion player supplied the accom-
paniment for the many gay and nostalgic songs .
Debghtful luncheon recently in the Louis Phillipe room of the
Kontainebleau hotel, with hostess Mrs. Betty Finegold most at-
tractive in a deep turquoise shantung sheath with beaded bodice
and matching coat Among the 40 guests, Mrs. Sylvia Fried-
man, frequent winter visitor from Cincinnati.
-
Miami Beach can now claim a bona fide Knight Bertram
Scheuer of 5445 Pine Tree dr.. and New York, had the Royal
Medallion conferred on him by Belgian Minister Carlos Van Bel-
h^hen recentlv, making him a Knight of King Leopold II .
titation given by the Belgian Government "as a token of appreci-
ation for the relationship established," by Bert, "to the mutual
interest of Belgium and the United States in the field of economic
and commercial development" .
Former Miami Beachite. Kenee (Mrs. Louis) Korda. now of
New York, here with her two young ones Julian 6, and Susan 3 .
Thevrc houseguests of long-time friend, Mrs. Ted (Myrtle) Epstein
' Arrived in time to attend Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women's Angel luncheon at the Eden Roc last
week ... She used to be a vice president of one of the local divis-
ions ... Is looking forward to seeing many with whom she was
active in the Mt. Sinai Garden Club and Brandeis.
. -*
Attractive redhead, Trudi Hoffman, visiting with her Parents
the Mark Hoffmans. of Miami Beach Very sought-after in
Chicago for her unique commercial radio recordings with mood
music and sweet talk ...
Also here from the Windy City, Mrs. Lillian Kahn at the Sor-
rento for some sunshine and rest But more important 8 the
chance to visit with the many friends she has here ******
when her late husband, Bernie Kahn, did public relations for the
Saxony ...
Ruby and Al Goldman, of Fu Manchu, will spend several hours
of their 22nd wedding anniversary on Saturday evening attend ng
Miami Beach High's spring concert with daughter Joan, who is a
junior there.
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Iris and A. Budd Cutler, who's president of the Greater Mian,,
Jewish Community Center, are entertaining local board mebers
and guests attending the JWB national biennial at a late coffee of-
lowing the convention banquet Saturday night at the *g
hotel Assisting the hostess will be Mrs. DavidI Schuham. Hw.
Sam Cohen. Mrs. Sy Somerstein. Mrs. Jack Chernau. Mrs. Philip
Samet, Mrs. Solomon Kann and Mrs. Howard Dunn
Westbrooke Country Club members had so much fun in the
ballroom dTnce contests last Saturday night, they a.mos; forgot
the Twist Grand champions in balloons popped Jesrica and
Irv Wallichs, with Dorothy and Herb BUM, runners.up And the
Kenneth Feldmans found a few more Paces to HfeMiV
than the Sid Effronsons did The Phil Frougs counting years -
it was their anniversary.
HC **
Two popular matrons whose rapid recovery from surgery is
pleas^ Si: friends, Mr, Charles (Ruth, ^J
cupcrating at her home in Coral Gables and Mrs. Arthur Zwe.g
enthal, convalescing in her home at 1717 Douglas rd. .
Art Bruns' Japanese Steak House at ;Miami Springs Villas
being featured in coming issues of two national magazines .
International flavor of the music played by the trio at Josh
Cohen's new Rathskeller at Congress Airport tan J^Jg
naturally Willy Mathias studied both the piano and accordion
m Berlin, violinis Alex Roller is from Budapest, and pianist Rudy
Chmelik, is from Vienna ... No doubt that's where Rudy also
learned many of the baffling card and coin tricks with which he
amuses the patrons of the Inn.
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 6, 1962
Section C
The 1962 Israel Bond drive will officially open
at the premiere Bond-With-Israel luncheon next
Thursday, Apr. 12, at the new Doral Country
Club under auspices of the Israel Bond
Women's Division. Above, luncheon chair-
man, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (second from
left), discusses final plans with her co-chair-
men (from left), Mrs. Max Weitz, Mrs. Joseph
M. Lipton, and Mrs. Jack S. Polick. The oc-
casion was a brunch hosted by Mrs. Sam
F. Danels for members of the luncheon com-
mittee Monday at Tony Sweet's.
Woman Israel Diplomat to Bring Tribute
To Bond Luncheon Here Next Thursday
MMf. JUDITH BEIMN
Women Helped
At Conference
B'nai B'rith Women's Councils of
South Florida, under the leadership
cf Mrs. David Sachs, senior citi-
zens coordinator, provided a variety
of services for the senior citizens
conference conducted early this
week at the Waldman hotel by the
Southern section of the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
Volunteers, engaged in a coopera-
tive effort with the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center through-
out the year in offering service to
the senior citizens program, helped
as hostesses at the registration and
information desk and in the pre-
paration of souvenir kits.
Included were Mesdames Frances
Dreeben, Ruth Corey, Muriel
Holmes, Esther Ginsberg, Ann Kap-
lan, Leonora Gerstenfeld, Rae
Cohen, Sylvia Liebman. Leonora
Curtis, Tina Katz, Dora Finegold,
Betty Matlika, Hazel Rappaport,
Lillian Smulson, Sally Sternstein.
Billie Kern. Gert Hechler, Jean
Gherman, Dora Wilson and Anna
Krassner.
One ^r Israel's most brilliant
women has been selected personally
to convey an unusual tribute to
women of Miami at the premier
Bond With Israel luncheon on
Thursday. Apr. 12, at the Doral
Country Club.
Her Excellency Mrs. Judith Beil-
in, one of Israel's ranking Foreign
Oifice Diplomats, currently serving
as Consul of Israel in New York,
will come to Miami as Israel's
emissary for a tribute to Miami
women, highlighted by the presen-
tation of the Woman of Valor
Award to Mrs. Elise A. Adams in
ncognition of "her service and de-
votion to the cause of Israel and
her exemplary leadership in the
Israel Bond issue."
The luncheon will be held under
auspices of the Sponsors of Israel
of the Israel Bond Women's Divis-
ion. Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger. Co-chairmen
are Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton, Mrs.
Jack S. Popick and Mrs. Max
Weitz. Chairman of the Israel Bond
Women's Division is Mrs. Jack
Ki'tzman.
Featuring the luncheon activities
will be a salute from the craft in-
dustries of Israel who are sending
gift diamonds to be presented as
a token of esteem to Israel Bona
Sponsors.
The diamonds will be presented
to the Sponsors by Mme. Beilin on
behalf of Israel's craft industries.
Honor will also be paid to the
women Trustees of Israel of 1901.
who will be presented with Standard
Bearer Awards.
Mme Belin has served Israel
with distinction in many important
Foreign Office posts, including a
tour of duty at the United Nations.
During the recent Eichmann trial,
she was selected by the State of
Israel to serve as Foreign Office
liaison with the corps of hundreds
cf correspondents covering the
event for the press of the world.
Just prior to her appointment as
Consul, Mme. Beilin served as
Israel's official spokesman in greet-
ing distinguished visiting emissar-
ies from around the world.
In addition to achieving fame in
her own right, Mme. Belin was
the wife of one of Israel's most be-
loved public figures, the late Harry
Beilin. who at the time of his
death in 1959 was chief of protocol
for Israel's Foreign Ministry.
From 1954 to 1957. he had served
as Israel's Charge d'Affaires in
Denmark. Prior to that, he had
bten Consul General of Israel to
the 11 Western States of America.
From 1938 to 1951, the Beilins par-
ticipated in every phase of the
establishment and development ot
modern Israel. While her husband
served as liaison between the Jew-
ish Agency and the British manda-
tory government, Mme. Beilin was
active in Haganah and also in the
program of founding new settle-
ments At the same time, she was
for eight years on the staff of the
Palestine Service. Following this,
she worked for the underground
radio station of Haganah.
A special guest at the Bond-
With-Israel luncheon will be John
Payne, *idely-known star of stage
and screen.
Goodman Group
Meets Next Week
I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah
will meet Wednesday evening in
the Mercantile National Bank bldg.
On the agenda will be election of
new officers, and highlight of the
evening will be a memorial to the
late I. R. Goodman, in whose honor
the group is named.
Final Oneg Shabbat meeting will
be held on Saturday at 1 p.m., in
the home of Mrs. Jack Levine, 820
15th st.


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Friday. April 6.
1932

Health Program to be Focus of April
Meetings Set by ORT Southeast Region
Members of the 12 chapters of
the Southeastern Floiida region of
Women a American QBT will hear
how the aims of ORT's health pro
ject are being fulfilled.
The project provides a first aid
and health program in ORT
schools around the world.

Bay chapter will meet for lu:.ch-
eon at the Seville hotel on Tues-
day noon. A >ocial afternoon is
planned.
* *
Bittayn* chapter, newest local
unit in ORT will meet at the Mor-
ton Towers Coffee Shop at 11:30
a.m.. Thursday. Apr 12. Judge
Jason Berkman will officiate at
a charter ceremony.
Coral Gables chapter will meet
at the home of Mrs. Victor Reiter.
1275 Mariola St.. Coral Gables.
Wednesday. Apr. 11. at 1 p.m.
Greater W ami chapter will hear
Joseph Malek give a program of
suiigs and r.arrattcns on luesday
ivening at the Deauville hotel.
*
Greynotds Park chapter will
meet on Tiiesday noon at the Club
House. 163rd and Biscayne blvd.
Psychologist. Richard Greenbaum.
i will speak on -Jewish Women in
American Culture."
a a
Hollywood chapter will meet at
Manero's iestaurar.t. Hallandale
Beach blvd., for Luncheon at
noon. White elephant sale will be
heia. Tuesday. Apr. 10. is the date.
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter Apr. 10, at the home of Edna U1.
will meet at the Seville hotel for vidson. 1601 SW 137th st. pn.
luncheon on Wednesday. Apr. 11. gram of entertainment feature
at noon. White elephant sale is Ella Schenkman.
slated. *
* Southwest chaptar will meet oi
; Wednesday. Apr. 11. 8:30 p.m., at
South Miami chapter will hold Everglades Elementary SchoD1
a bruncheon raeet'ng on Tuesday. Social evening planned.
Cotillion Group Ends Season JWVA Officers
To be Installed
The 1961-62 Junior cotillion dance
group at Temple Emanu-BI con-
eluded its >eason of classes last
Sunday with a dinner party. Dr.
and Mrs Irving Lehrman were
special guests The cotillion group
was sponsored by the PTA Pro-
ject chairman was Mrs. Murry
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aye. Newly-elected corresponding
secretary is Mrs Sam Finstein.
1001-Tth :t The Auxiliary has a
j membership of 115 women. Main
activities of the JWVA are service
to the Veterans Hospital in Coral
Gables, child welfare, aid to Israel,
i rvicemens center, community
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bank.
Installation of officers will be
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Department president. Mrs Evelyn
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Page 3-B
Beth David Women's Election
Head table at the Angel Luncheon of the
Greater Miami Section, National Council of
"ewish Women, on Friday to fete the women
who stock and staff Council's two Thrift
Shops. Site was the Pompeii room of the Eden
Hoc hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Acron
Farr, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Sidney Lew-
is, president, Mrs. Jack Krause, chairman of
the day. Stcnding (left to right) are Mrs.
Jess Spirer, Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim, Mrs.
William Brenner, Mrs. Harry Gersten.
Beth David Sisterhood will elect
new officers at its next regular
meeting Wednesday at Spector Hall.
Mrs, Max Jacobson. president.
Will conduct the business meeting,
followed by the annual Tombola
contest.
New slate includes Mesdames
Louis Seitlin, president; Richard
Harold. Meyer Forer, Theodore
Lomaskin and Leonard Wolf, vice
president; Howard Berger, cor-
responding secretary; Benard Lett-1
ler, recording secretary; Sam Ba-
dancs, treasurer; Seymour Kaplan,
financial secretary; and Ray Jac-;
ohson, advisor.
Board members are Mesdames
Michael Covin, Harry Stone, Max
Silver. Jerome Maxwell. Stanley
Tinter. Murray Marcus, Arthur
Rosinek. Gerald Soltz. Ralph Ross,
Max Rosing, Michael Sehachter.
Ernest Sussmann, Nat Spiegelman.
living Weiner, Al Beer. Kalman
Friedberg, Fred Sandier, Minna
Bloom, Herman Goodman, Law-
rtnee Schcrr, Murray Turetsky.
.Morris Rabinowitz, Daniel Jatte.
Harry Zuckerman and John Strunin
On the nominating committee are
Mesdames Harold Rcinhard, chair-
man. Samuel Cohen, Ralph Hankin,
Maurice Hyman. Jerome Maxvll,
Gerald Soltz and Stanley Tinter.
^Arnae/ic tvo/ncn at an ^Arngcl j^tc
Hospital Unit
Inducts Officers
New officers of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, Miami Beach chapter,
were inducted on Wednesday even-
ing at the Algiers hotel. Judge
Jason Beikman was installing of
ficer.
Mrs. Sidney Ritterman was re-
I elected as president. Serving with
her will be vice president, Mrs.
I Bertram Whitman. Mrs. Jerry Res-
! nick and Miss Terry Abert; cor-
\i-ponding secretary, Mrs. Anne
Relff; recording secretary, Mrs.
Albert Laufer; social secretary,
Mrs. Laurence Bietz; treasurer and
financial secretary. Miss Edna Fin-
berg; and chaplain, Faye Koch.
Entertainment included Bobby
Byron, comedian, Meyer Sandberg,
and a group of vocal selections by
Miss Annette Harris, with Mrs.
Ilortcnse Arvan at the piano.
By ISABEL GROVE
Staff Writer
beautifully-dressed women
ing the third annual Angel
.con of the Greater Miami
;. National Council of Jew
.-Ted to lock serene and cool in a
beige silk shantung costume of
sheath dress and full-length coat,
.-. off with three-strand jet neck-
lace and black rough straw cloche.
Mrs William Brenner, immediate
j-n Women, were probably giving Pst chairman 01 the Thrift Shops.
i sneak, preview of the clothes
ich will eventually be displayed
.uneij's Thrift Shop.-
ssion to the gala at the Eden
T hotel on Friday was earned by
I ributio.is of merchandise and
ice to the shops.
Sidney Lew i-. president.'
I the more than 650 women
.in attractive apricot and white
< tfit with wide white piping ana
} ter Pan collar ai.d a white or-
idy bonnet. Seated with her
ne Mrs. Stanley C Myers, na-
,il vice president, in a glitter
it oyster white ensemble with
.-trolled silver blouse and large
: mimed straw hat. ornamented by
; Impe black rose: and Mrs Aaron
i .rr. national hoard member,
\ liose choice was a silver tinsel
C< 'ton grei^e two-piecer
Chairman of the day. Mrs Jack
Krause, though carefully noting
< iry detail of the aUernoon. man-
Lave the invocation. She wore a
white square-necked '..:.-. sheath
lavishly strewn with multi-colored
embroidered flowers
A window pane check dress and
.. el for attractive Mrs.
: B Gppenheim. chairman of
the Thrilt Slup board, with gar-
cknia-coverel pancake lor a top-
per. (hairxoan ol tin Northwest
Shop, vivacii as Mrs Hi rry Ger-
Blein's eutfil was a silk floral print
hock featuring a bateau necki:ne.
and her chapeau was a white tex-
lured straw. And another chair-
man of the successful marts. Mr-
Jess Spirer, in navy and white suit
trimmed with red piping and a
rough white straw bonnet.
Gaily-colored butterflies on a
white silk dress and sweater for
Mrs. Meyer Baskm. and red. white
and blue jersey shirtmaker for Mrs
Maxwell Hyman. Mrs. Harold
Zeeman chose green over oyster
white, Mrs. Harry Orleans in yel-
low with matching mohair, sweater.
President-elect. Mrs. Raymond R.
Robin, set off her beige silk linen
with orange bag, gloves and match-
n ^ floral bonnet, and Mrs. Will-
iam I. Brenner's lime sheath was
a background for a beautiful neck
lace of green, amber and pearl
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Wednesday noon in Wolfson Audi-
torium.
Fashions by Miss Eileen Dress
.chop will be featured, with nar-
j;ition by Mrs. Dan Satin.
Passover invocation will be giv-
en by Mrs. Morris Graft, and Mrs.
(;.rl Etttnger will speak on 'Union
(i World Judaism.""
Chairman of the day is Mrs
Myron Behrman. Refreshments
will be served.
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Friday. April 6, 1962

MARILYN
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. This old-fashioned a.
i< correct in the case of Marilyn iMrs. Harry B.) Smith pretty blond,
daughter of Inez Krensky. and one of the outstanding club.women_>
our town. Marilyn was born in Chicago and moved to Miami Beach
when she was eight. At Miami Beach High School, she participated in
many activities, including a cappella choir and cheer-leading, of.Bourse.
When she was sixteen. Marilyn drove her
father to a Miami Beach Civic League meet-
ing and met all the men there, including one
she thought quite old. Harry waited until she
graduated from high school before he began
dating her. Marilyn went to the University
of Miami because she wanted to be close to
home, what with her father's illness.
At eighteen, she was married their age
difference no longer seemed so monumental.
With her mother's example as a guide. Mari-
lyn started at once to do her share in thecom-
munitv. She and Harry organized the Young
Couples Club at Temple Beth Sholom. She
accepted the challenge of organizing the Vol-
unteens for Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxil-
iary, and next came Les Girls of the Combined
Jewish Appeal and. of course. PTA.
Marilyn spends every afternoon with her
children, Lou Ann and Joey. They go grocery-
shopping, to the Mobile Library and. naturally,
to opera and ballet, which Lou Ann loves. Sunday is family day. with
Harry trying to teach Joey to fish. Right now. the Smiths are contem-
plating buying a boat in Marathon, and Marilyn applauds the idea,
since there would be no phone to interrupt their leisure hours.
For his part, Harry has been president of the Bar, Civic League,
and presently, Palm-Star-Hibiscus Island Home Owners Assn., and
Marilyn does her share of arrangements and phone calls.
The Smiths love to travel, and have had many exciting adventures.
But then everything Marilyn does seems exciting. Right now, she is
studying the piano. In addition, she sings some, acts some, and is
much adorable. Her column for a Miami Beach weekly finds her
hardly able to wait to read her copy in galley.
* *
AT THE GRAHAMS
The greenhouse was full of orchids, the street was full of cars,
and the house was full of people, hats and women the day that the
Miami chapter of Brandeis University, National Women's Committee,
had their meeting. They do so many different things in Dr. George
Graham's family that it's no wonder the house must be so bigenough
room for everybody's hobby. Rae showed off her pictures of her sons
on the walls. Mortimer Wien, there to give a lecture on modern art,
brought Harry Rossman along to help him with the slides. Five pretty
models showed a collection of hats from Jordan Marsh. Mr. Ted, who
came along with the hats, doesn't believe that men prefer blonds be-
cause four of the models had very dark hair. They were Mrs. Robert
Hyams, Mrs. Warren Witus, Mrs. Lawrence Porter and Mrs. Julian
Burg.
Mrs. Harold Thurman, with her gray hair, was supposed to be
modeling granny hats, but there didn't seem to be any difference in
the hats. Helen (Mrs. Hyman) Kaplan made all the delicious cookies.
Enjoying the afternoon were Mrs. Michael Covin, Mrs. Marvin Tanner.
Mrs Max Stein. Mrs. Marvin Zuckerman, Mrs. Louis Goodman, Mrs.
Meyer Baskin, Mrs, Frank Cole. Mrs. Herman Weiner, Mrs. Herbert
Marvin Brown and the president, Mis. Joel Meyer,
* *
THEY DATED ALL FALL
the; d, Mrs, R larks sh< i- Hel< n (Mrs.
and I
158 years i coz;
I r. G mai i ith no familj befon
r
i .. He wishes there were moi
* *
OUT AT THE DORAL COUNTRY CLUB
It never rains on a golf course. Then u
Ir : Miller wearing that ingenious raincoat over her hi ad i .arshall
l ;, en she stopped to say hello to her husband who was having
coffee with Alfred Kaskel and Bill Brenner? Howard Kaskel, in hi
yellow pants, was outside hurrying hither and yon. It was the Doral
Open Golf Championship. Also eating lunch was Madeline Ketzsky,
whose husband. Dr. Joseph, was walking the course with their house-
guest, Dr. Samuel Whitehouse, of Johns Hopkins. With her was Kstelle
(Mrs. Bill) Brenner, who had spent the weekend there. Spotted in the
crowd were Evelyn (Mrs. Arthur) Lowell. Mrs. Leo Fenster, and Mrs.
Allen Cutler. Eating outside were the Bernard Pallants with their son
Joe, the golfer of the family. Harriet (Mrs. Joe) Salinger and her sis-
ter, Mildred Ives, were lunching with friends. Irvin and Lucy Kuntz
were also guests for the weekend to play golf as well as watch.
Everything, grounds, dining rooms, bars, and rooms are gorgeous.
Doral was built in the middle of nothing like the Negev.
* *
THEY LOOKED AND LOOKED
Oh my, all eyes were on the head table at the Children's Asthma
Research Institute dinner for Ed Lassman at the Fontainebleau. Jayne
Mansfield and her husband, Mickey Hargitay, were the center of at-
tention. Jayne sat next to Jennie Grossinger, and Mickey next to Mrs.
Lassman. Jayne wore a long, slinky gold and silver sequin gown, and
had a lot of fun with a mile-long gold jeweled cigaret holder. Among
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Burke. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Smith, Chief and Mrs. Mike Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Goldstein. Judge and Mrs. Harold Spaet, Sam and Lottie Fricdland
he has a beard Alex Gordon and his Sally, who served as master of
ceremonies, Mrs. Bertha Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rubin. Judge
and Mrs. Jason Berkman he's a President Kennedy twin wei
there too.
Couple to Live
In No. Miami Bch.
A double ring ceremony united
Aurienne Muchnick and Harry B.
Anchell on Sunday, Apr. 1. at Tem-
ple Sinai with Rabbi Benno Wallach
officiating.
Daughter of Mrs. Pauline Much-
nick. 904 84th st., Miami Beach,
Old the late Edward Muchnick. the
bride was given in marriage by
her brother. Sanfo'rd L. Muchnick.
The family is originally from Phil-
adelphia. Pa. Matron of honor was
Mrs. Richard Barth.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anchell. of
Brooklyn, N.Y. His brother. Rob-
ert Jay Anchell, served as best
man.
Following the ceremony, a recep-
tion for the immediate family was
held at the Temple. Guests includ-
ed Mrs. Annie Anchell, and Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Levy, grandparents
of the bridegroom, and Mr. and
Mrs, Louis Weinfeld, the bride's
maternal grandparents.
After a honeymoon in the Florida
Keys, the newly-weds will live at
1440 NE 17th st.. No. Miami Beach.
Former Miamian
Plans for Rites
Announced here is the engage-
ment of Miss Diana Alderton.
daughter of William Alderton. Ips-
wich. England, and Airman 2/c
Stephen A. Sigler, stationed with
the U.S. Air Force at the Bent-
waters Air Force Base in England.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Sigler, of Far Rockaway, N.Y., for-
merly of Miami Beach, the future
bridegroom received his early edu-
cation here and graduated from
Far Rockaway High. He is a past
president of the Mitchell Cohen
chapter, AZA of Far Rockaway.
Mr. and Mrs. Sigler plan to fly
to England to attend their son's
wedding on July 14.
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Fishkin, Klein
Exchange Vows
Barbara Jane Klein and Steven
Lowell Fishkin exchanged nuptals
vows IB an evening ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Morris Skop on
Thursday. Mar. 29. at the Algiers
hotel Following a reception in the
hotel'! Rubajyat room, the.young
couple left for a honeymoon in
Nassau.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a gown of white silk and chantilly
e and carried pink and white
iveri Her sister. Patricia Joan
Klein, was made of honor, and
Mrs. Leah Klein, her sister-in-law,
- matron of honor.
r of Mr, and Mrs. Jack
Klein 1110 Venetian Way. Miami
,, ndNev York City, the new
. i shkin is a graduate of Bent-
I y High School in New York City,
I the I Diversity of Miami school
on. Her sorority is Alpha
Kpsiion Phi.
Tin bridegroom is the son of
,'eanne Fishkin, Harbour
, Bal Harbour. He graduated
from .Miami Beach High and has
a degree in business administration
from the University of Miami.
Marvin Dubin. Mr. Fishkin's
brother-in-law. was best man. and
Abe Klein, Saul Weinstein, Frank
Ciabelman and Al Gabelman serv-
ed as ushers.
w.i ner-Kahn
MRS. STEVEN FISHKIN
Dubersteins Tell
Ellen's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Duberstein,
of New York City, have announced
1 the engagement of their daughter,
| Ellen, to Robert Nagler, son of
Mrs. Ethel Nagler, of Miami Beach,
and Frank Nagler, of New York.
The couple plan to be married
in June, Known professionally as
Ellen Dana, the bride-elect is an
alumna of the Berkeley Institute
and attended Wellesley College and
the Sorbonne. A member of the
administrative staff of the Amer-
ican Ballet Theatre on its 1960
State Department tour of Europe
; n.i the Soviet Union, she is cur-
rently with the Metropolitan Opera
Guild .n New York.
Her father is executive vice pres-
idi lit of the Raeford Worsted Co.,
division oi Burlington Industi
Mr Nagler was graduated in 1950
from Cornell University, where he
was president of the Octagon Club
and Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, and
v.as elected to Sphinx Head. He
served with the United States Navy
during World War II. A member
of the Cornell Club of New York,
be is vice president of the Equity
Funding Corp. of America, a man-
agement-holding company.
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MISS ELLEN DUBERSTE/N
:BIRTHDAZE:
Daughter Natalie, born Mar 30
to Barbara and Marvin Haven, of
85 NE 174th dr.. No. Miami Beach.
The new arrival has twin sisters
Betsy and Robin 3, and Nancy 5.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Mover Haven, of Gainesville.
Grandmother is Mrs. Pauline Sater,
tiid great-grandmother is Mrs Anne
Kaplan.
*
First child for Jack and Joan
Polan, 9795 SW 114th St., Marc Nor-
man, was born Mar. 29. He is
also the first grandchild for Mr
and Mrs. Herbert Gutman. ar.
great-grandchild for Louis G I
Paternal grandfather is Al F
of Miami Beach.
A-l EMPLOYMENT
DOMESTIC HELP
DAY WORKERS
Ph. FR 9-8401
Academy PTA Meeting Tuesday
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex-
ander Moscovits. 3054 N. Bay rd.,
will be the locale for the spring
meeting of the Parent-Teacher,
Assn. of the Hebrew Academy,
Mrs. fheldon Dearr, president, an
nouncer].
The meeting, scheduled for Tues-1
day al 8 p.m. will highlight ai
'Pesach Seminar and Practicum,"!
Mrs Zvi Berger, program chair
man, said.
Participating in the seminar will
be Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, who will discuss 'Laws and
Customs;" Mrs. Alexander Mos-
covits. "Preparation for Passover;"
;.tid Mrs. Morris Waldman, "Re-
cipes for Passover."
A question and answer period
will follow the program, at which
time problems relating to the Pass-
over holidays will be answered.
A special booklet pertaining to
Passover laws and customs is be-
ing prepared for the meeting.
A nominating committee will be
apponted at the meeting. Reports
will be made by library, dining
hull, oratorical contest and gift
shop chairmen.
A social evening will follow.
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*Jew1st ncrktfan
Friday, April 6. 1962
President of the Greater Miami j snown during her talk
Council of Pioneer Women, Mrs. Group singing will be led by Mrs.
Milton Green, will be guest speak- gijl Gruber, assisted at the piano
cr at next Thursdays meeting of by Mary Rick. The meeting will
the Kadimah chapter at the Miami | be conducted by Mrs. Jacob Raff el.
be held Tuesday evening in the iz;ition of Pioneer Women in Israel. Hej,rew Congregation. Her subject president. Hostesses are Mrs. Rose
Pioneer Women To Hold Meeting
A regular meeting of the Golda with the new projects of the Work-
Meir chapter of Pioneer Women will ing Women's Council, sister organ-
Jleih El Congregation A film, re- will be shown,
centlv released in Israel, dealing president.
Mrs Isaac Pushkin
will be "The New Olim," with a' Brody, Mrs. K Kalman, and Mrs.
film-strip. "Our Sister's Keeper." Hyman Selcer.
i Mrs. Sam Davis, president of tho
Coral Gables chapter, has an<
' nounced that the regular monthly
meeting will be held next Thurs-
day noon at Cookies restaurant, 129
Miracle Mile. The change in data
is due to the Passover holiday
Very Joyous
Passover
'Passoverwith its rituals, its remembrances,
its special foods and family reunionsis a time
of joyousness. Passover is a happy holiday, for
it symbolizes the unity of the Jewish people,
their oneness and sense of brotherhood. This i3
especially true of the family as they sit to-
gether at the Seder.
To our many Jewish friends, everywhere, we
extend sincere holiday greetings.
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Tiiday. April 6. 1962
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Forest HiHs Girl
Engagement party for Miss Lynn
JOV( V R o < ''" 7 '
NY and Richard M. Jacobs. 4!25
-^f^a.vMia^m^*m\\ oa.tnW tt\tv *
\l at th< Barcelona hotel.
Daughter cf Mr. and .Mrs. Irv-
ing Rosenkrantz, the bride-elect is
a senior at Syracuse University,
when -.' .- majoring in drama.
She ; ;. member of lota Oipha Pi
Mir r!". r, an attorney,
is Government app< il agent for
thi United States Selective Service
sj stem
Mi f the son oi Mr. and
Mrs. .'.. Ja ol of Pike, N ,H .
and M i ch. A graduate ot
M High S?ho>'l and the
Un versi f Florida, he is present
|j stud-j big for Master's dei ree
in banking and finance a; the New
York .:; graduate school.
His father, a hotelier since 1928.
is oni Sout! Florida's well-
I .-. persi nalities, who pres-
i ntlj is i' -owner of the Lake Tarei-
:on Club ii N Hampshire, where
the younj couple me: Ii si su ri-
mer
Planning the annual spring tea election of Tempie Ernunu-El
Sisterhood are (left to right) Mrs. Alexander Koqcm; Mrs. Mar-
ry Koretzky, soloist; Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of Sister-
hood; and Mrs. Florence Goldring, director of Sisterhood's
new choral group.
Cancer League Installation Set
Mrs Milton Linn, charter mem- in the tumor clinic at the hospital,
ber Of the Women's Cancer League Mrs. Burton Ilaf; will be guest
oi Miami Beach, will be installed scloist. Mrs. Ethel Gerson is
as president of the organization at chairman of the day.
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Joen Peterson,
Welter Grueriberq
Mr W liter C !'<;rrson
have i c< (hi ''fit of
[i Walter R.
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Her l of Mr. and Mrs.
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And now they have received special Kosher for Passover
certification. Enjoy all three... holiday time and all
the time!
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a luncheon meeting a: the Seville
hotel on Friday noon. Mrs. Paul
will be mst illing officer,
Others to be ins.alled are vice
l sident, Mrs. Charles Gertlcr.
Mrs Howard Grove, Mrs. Robert
Mr.. Sunn Ohrbach.
\lr> Segal; corresponding
secretaries, Mrs. Nat Waldman.
. k Rabinovitch, Mrs. Jer-
(>me Superman. Mrs. Lobert Levy;
I ; ancial secretaries, Mrs. Martin
Wexler, Mrs. Jerome Rado; record-
secretary. Mrs Harold Osier;
ecretary, Mrs. Leon Man-1
heimer; treasurer. Mis. Irving1
Rubin; chaplain, Mrs. Leonard
i ssman; advisory board. Mrs.
ky Kraus, Mrs U ie Schonfeld;
parliamentarian, Mrs. Ethel Ger-
son.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be me presentation of a check for
$20,000 from the Damon Runyan
Foundation by Mrs. Robert Z.
Greene, national president of the
lies' Auxiliary oi the Damon
Runyon Foundation, which matches
the funds raised by the League.
The League recently purchased
X-ray equipment for the early de-
lection of breast cancer for the
iology department of Mt. Sinai
Hi spital. The organization also
maintains two beds for indigent fer-
al cancer patients at Mt. Sinai
Hospital and provides a $3,600 Pel-
It wship for cancer research for a
lesident physician there. Members
of the group serve as volunteers
Passover Setting
At Menorah
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
hold its annual election of officers
Wednesday evening in the Social
Kail.
Featured will be the yearly re-
port by historian. Mrs. Morris
Smukler. and "Exodus Recreated."
presented by Mrs. Mayer Abramo-
witz.
In her narration. Mrs. Abramo-
witz will use a traditional Passover
setting and foods to illustrate the
trials of the Jews in their flight
from Egypt.
Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood
president. __ _______
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Emanu-EI Ladies
PSan Election
Annual spring tea election meet-
ing of Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-
El will take place Wednesday I
p m at the North Branch blrig.,
77th and Dickens ave.
Mr- Jules Channing, chairman of
11 me "uuHidifeUiig uuiinmuee, win
pieseni the slate of officers for 'he
coming year.
i uring at the "silver service"
> 11 be Mesdames .Joseph Rose,
.' orris Lapidus, Joseph Lipton,
Jack Popick and [rving Lehrman,
king their first appearance will
11 the newly-organized Sisterhood
Chora! Group under the direction
of Mr=. Florence Goldring. Songs
will be presented in Yiddish. He-
brew and English.
Members of the choral group are
Mesdames Henry Fretde. Samuel
: Struhl, Abe llornstein. Albert Lau-
fer. Henry Raichen, Cele Newman,
Human Shapiro, Morris Golfer*-
berg, Murry Koretzky and Ale*
andcr Kogan.
Mrs Sol Goldstein is president
Of Sisterhood. In charge of reser-
vations is Mrs. Raymond Mel-
schick.
KOSHER
TTO
PASSOVER
Under strict supervision
of Rabbi Hersch Kohn,
Passover and year 'round.


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Jewistincr*fiar>
Friday. April 8. 1962
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19th DAY
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Friday, April 6. 1962
*Jewish norldUan
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Jm ist FkrSdian
Friday, Apr;". 3, \%%
Sirkin to Play
Beethoven Opus
With UM Orch.
Rudolf Serkin. internationally re
i.e..1 pianist, v. ill make hi- fir t
tppeara 'ht- l niversity of
Miami Syipphom Orchestra. Fab-
jtn Sevitsky condoctinf, on Apr.
:V*itt \c> at Mi an: i t'unty Auditoriu.Tis.
Serkin vill perform Beethc
Piano Concerto S i. 3 for the or-
i> ar/1 la-t pair of sub-
l r.ption eoneerts of the 1961-62
ton.
11-. ,.: the mi I persistent!
rr ireii musical ficuro on the con-
ic mporary scene. Serkin made his
it v ith 'he Vienna Philharmonic
, th< BJ< ; 1-' His early proi
i i was m ed by the late
linist Adolf Busch, whose only
i ighter, Irene, married Serkin in
1935. Mr- Serkin is the niece of
UM S>mphony Orchestra princ-
ipal cello player Herman Buseh.
Born in Czechoslovakia, but now
hr. American citizen, Serkin made
his U.S. debut in Washington, DC.
1933. Tlu<. vi an later, he re-
turned to the US to give a per-
il rma nee of two Mozart concertos
v.th the New York Philharmonic
nnd< r Artun T anini From
timi Serkin ha- been acclaim
{. ( ni iano virtuow
of th< ( ra.
..'i today lives with hi- wife
, : : -..- childen in Philadelphia.
: the Curtis In-
payment. During
. !mer month; he i~ din i I
A ISlC and
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There were many excellent skits and so mnv rln*d re-
formers that it's quite a tjsk tc tinfjio cut any particular number or
persenaii'v. However, much credit mutt 30 Hra Porlv.o, an
amateur comedienne, who would make many pro'essienal perfermtrs
turn green with envy, on beholding her rare partomimic ta'ent;. es-
pecially her natural flair for rr.jggin and top-timing.
Abo outstanding were Marion Colby. Sue Lav.ton. Carol Donn. Lil-
lian Malek. Ruth McMahon. Care: Taran. and. indefatigable Patsy
vho also took part in the show, most of it. that is. as the jester
Othei exci enl performances were turned in by Sheila Barr. Pat
Bromberg. Lillian Burak. Trez Fra-'.rand. Bookie Sterling, Cheena dc
Simi :, Silver. Connie Kulok. Trudj Lawrence. Ethel Harr. Lila 1
Dee Kirsh, Terry Gi Lynn Levin, Charlene Russell and Ben ci
Simi 1
The presentation of this Jerri award to Eleanor Powell
,, ings ri Pollak. gorgeously gowned
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BOTH SIDES OF THE SAY: Georgia Gibb. the personable b';1 r
rf ballad: 5 the s opening Tuesday in the Pcmpeii room of the
in the 1 hat of Al
It rn the vet e fellow, wt I singii are a
...... the ear and eyi Bob He Voy di rouni out the bill. 1
si..... ee days, that show
the 19tl ith the exti aded by
.;, .. ;-c- appeared then
Sa 11 Levene doing a magnificent job in "Make a Million," the
biggest laugh-getter to play the Coconut Grove Playhouse rhis season.
It runs through Mcnday, then on Tuesday John Payne stars there in
the p-e-B roadway tryout of "Tender Loving Care."
It B.rth v >hed a record-breaking season
- resting an out-of-town night club to 1
tartini Detroil n Apr. 2 I inu ng thr -
Mlant c City ai I Vegas. Then when she n ti
tarts her first f:at th movie, tentatively titl
. made to
.: 54 '. y iii ci -star ith B hich
modern day Man. :-Wallace Beery teamii
* *
MOVIE WORLD: Now that E I Liz are calling ii quits
: akii stage, stands to be the most public
ct comes up to expectations, it
proba sser of all time, including '"Gone with
the Wind" and "Ben liur." And it wouldn't surprise me if the Richard
Burton-Liz Taylor romance started as a publicity stunt to enhance the
public interest in the movie, only getting out of hand, or off the track.
Carib. Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres offering -The Day
the Earth 1 aught Fire" through Tuesday. It's a topical story of atom
bomb testiiiL ar.d it> ultimate effect on the world.
"The Mark," still doing big business at the Mayfair and Sunset,
definite : thr gh tomorrow, with possible-longer stay. "Uta
Maro." a moder 1 feature, starts at the Parkway today.
Comir-j up is the double feature of "The Hustler" ar.d "Two
Women," both of which should garner many Academy Awards, at the
Carib, Miemi and Miracle, from Apr. 11 through 17. "State Fair,"
wilh Pat Boone, Booby Darin, Alice Faye, and Tom Eweli, starts on
the 18th at those theatres.
"Judgment at Nuremberg," another top film that should earn
some Academy recognition, hotels over at the Lincoln. As does "West
Side Story," the Academy Award winner ('.'). at the Sheridan, and "El
1 i' ." at the Roosevelt.
* -at -te
HERE AND THERE: Jerry Kimball. of Miami sporting goods
fame, kept so busy these days, he's missing a lot of Sunday golfing at
Bayshore. Jerry's helping the nation's physical fitness program by-
enabling the sports devotee to indulge in his favorite game by offering
one of the biggest variety of active sports goods ever displayed.
Some exciting matches were held in the quarter final round of
the Bayshore club championships. Sy Levine topoed Frank Strafaci,
last year's champ, and Dr. Julian Rickles nosed out Dave Hender-
son, and Seymour Rubin won his match by default.
Also entering the semi-final round is Bernie Karn. who trimmed
Marty Horback. Mrs. Harriet Williams won the ladies' championship
at Bayshore in a sudden death match at the 19th hole.
By the way. the recent and long-awaited rains put Bavshore and
Normandy fairways and greens in top shape again. And was manager
Stu Boyle happy to see those drops falling in abundance.
Internationally renowned violin
virtuoso Joan Field will be heard
in a recital next Wednesday even-
8 p m al Dade County Au-
ium.
M -- Field, a Telelunken record-
ing artist, will be accompanied at
the pia 10 bj Fli rence Kutzen.
i" ram will open with per-
kormah e In memotlam'to the late
Fritz Kni-ler oi his "Slcillienne
and Rigaudon A premiere per-
fi,-mance for Miami will be Miss
Field's interpretation of 'Theme
: v. ia : ins." bj the contempor-
1 rv French c impost r Messiaen.
.; of the porgram
wili th Henri Wienlaw-
ski's Concerto for Violin in I) min-
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A highlight of the evening will
be the Concerto for Violin, Piano,
and String Quartet, by Chausson.
Miss Field and Miss Kutzen will
be joined by the following artists:
Victor Stern, viola; Alexander
Prilutchi, first violin; Arthur
Eodger, second violin; and Her-
man Busch, cello.
Miss Field will conclude the
evening with a performance of
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Miss Field will donate a portion
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Election and Donor Reward Luncheon
To Spark Hadassah Meetings on Beach
Election of new officers and the
donor reward luncheon to be held
aI |hi Fontainebleau hdtel will be
on th agenda tor all Miami Beach
chapters of Hadassah when they
meei or Mendsy.
t *
Bay Harbor group lunched
whose topic is "Young Judea."
Musical program will be by Sirna
Swee.
* *
Shalom* group will meet at Hi-
'liscus Temple, 10th st. and Alton
rd., at noon. Mrs. Milton Margu-
lis. vice president cf National
at the Beau Etivaga hotel j Council of Jew'tta Women, wi
, n | speak on "Public Affairs a.id Cur-
| rent Events."
Br -eis group luncheon and in-
,,; will be at the! Henrietta Siold will meet in the
I ir.ebleau hotel at 12:30 p.m. Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel
* at noon.
Debt-ah meeHng is get for the
hom( Mr? WUrry Rosenthal,
9314 Br dr., at noon.
cantile Bank bldg. Guest speak-
er, Sandra Schotts, of Junior Ha-
dassah, will talk about her six-
mon'h stav in Israel.
Chiid Guidance Their Theme
Meeting of Opti-Mrs. will be
Tuesday noon at the Seville hotel.
Guest speaker will be Mr. Richard
Emerson, director of the Dade
bounty Child Guidance Clinic. Mrs.
Melvin Richard is president.
Etb^- group 'i'.l meet at the
r C( 1, at 12:30 for a so
, moon.
Stephen S. Wise group will have
installation of officers at a lunch-
eon in the Seville hotel at noon.
A play will be presented by the
Acorn Players, "The Youngest
Shall Ask." Communitj singing
!will be led by Mrs. Alex Dcllerson,
Hr: group will have a lunch- |wlUi Aida Yaslo, accompanist.
Eden Roc hotel
. 12 p.in Special program will Southgate orouo will hold its
Chagall windows and meeting on Thursday evening in
glide, the interior of Hadassah the Southgate Termer room.
Hebn L'l "--'> Hospital by
Ahr eblw
Israe" grova will meet at the
Aki. hotel it 12:80 p.m.
* *
Eiti-j Lazarus will meet at
noon the Washington Federal
gavii and I tan Assn.. Norman-
dy l.->. Mdg.
Mem Towers will have its reg-
ular meeting at the Morton Tow-
ers Sot Har.-* Sonesth will have its
luncheon meeting at the Saxony
hotel at 12:30 p.m. Guest speaker
will be Mr- Gerald P. Sollz.
I. R. Goodman group will meet
Wednesday evening at the Mer-
"Fanny's Miracle," a musicomedy. will be presented by the
Playhouse Players of Coral Way Jewish Center on Saturday
and Sunday eveninqs. In the chorus line (left to right) are
Poail Lazarus, Eleanor Seltman, Flora Rosen. Judy Immermaji
Allan Immerman, Lee Redstone, Selma Freedland, and Linda
Barlow. First performance was Mar. 31. Book is by Julia
Weinstein; lyrics, Paula Herris; choreography, Allan Immer-
man; director. Shelly Nidetz; assistant director, Michael Rud:-
sill; technical director, Irv West; pianist, Irving Pincus.
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vJewisli Flcriclian
Friday, April 6. 1962
rr-.t:

The Courier
bu (-f era la Schwartz
Plans for Israel's 14th birth-
day around the country include
a Jewish National Fund salute to
former President Harry S. Tru-
man in New York on May 9. Mis-
cha Elinan will share siage with
the man who granted Israel al-
most instant recognition at the
Auditorium of Hunter Colic ',.'.
Abraham Feinberg, national pres-
ident of Israel Bonds and a pos-
sible Democratic candidate for
Governor of New York, is chair-
man. But the big question is
whether Harry will accompany
Mischa in one number Great-
er Miami's 14th birthday salute
to be held on the Calypso Liner
on May 5will be the only sea-
going celebration.
Oregon's popular political mav-
erick. Sen. Wayne Morse, will be
here Apr. 25 for a special Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital dinner at
home of Emil J. Gould, who also
is chairman of the Apr. 28 Ce-
dars President's Dinner at the
Deauville, honoring Samuel T.
Sapiro and featuring Secretary
Abraham Ribicoff as principal
speaker. There's every reason
to believe Ribicoff turned down
Supreme Court appointment so
he can run for Senate and pull
along Democrats from Connecti-
cut in hot Congressional cam-
paigns there this fall.
.'-7-
Harold Dunsky has come up
with some nifty titles for chap-
ters in his book, "ABC's of Fund
Raising for Organizations." Ex-
amples. "The Thief of Grab-bag,"
"A Night in Koved Garden" and
"An Honor Roll is Not a Sweet
Biscuit." Dunsky will return here
after his European trek this sum-
mer at which he'll attend several
medical conventions Look
for some top-level changes in
community service organizations
during the summer vacation per-
iod. Haven't been announced of-
ficia ly yet, bul candidates fur
the lo-be-vacated spots arc mend-
ing their fences.
Vice Mayor Henry L. Balaban
'i a- master i ceremonies
at a meeting al which Interna-
tional Rescue Committee re-
ceived $5,000 check for Reader's
Digest Foundation to aid Cuban
refugees here. Marshall Wise, di-
rector of the emergency center
here, also on hand Max Ko-
gen waging a spirited campaign
for circuit judgeship, receiving
much aid from Jaycees here.
Kogan served as top-notch pres-
ident of Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce For-
ceful efforts also being put on
by judicial hcpetuls Jack Falk.
Harold Spaet and Incumbent Phil
Goldman.
Get the lead on this week's 're-
lease" from the American Coun-
cil for Judaism: "An American
rabbi warned tonight that the
Eichmann trial judgment, and its
exploitation by the Israel-Zionist
apparatus make it impossible for
American Jews to practice Juda-
ism, without a public disavowal
of the national system of rights
and responsibilities assigned to
the Jewish people by the Israel-
Zionist establishment." Although
Council claims 20.000 members,
we have been able to turn up
the names of less than 20 in
South Florida, which has more
than two percent of nation's Jew-
ish population.
&-
Rabbis Mordecai M. Kaplan.
Ira Eisenstein and Sidney Jacobs
will be among those to address
annual convention of Reconstruc-
tionist congregations in Skokie,
111., May 17 to 20. Miami's Rab-
bi Morris Skop among those who
will participate Auxiliary of
Greater Miami's Variety Club
elects Apr. 9 at Art Bruns' Mi-
ami Springs Villas. Slated for
top posts are Pat Bromberg as
president, Phillis Pollak and
Terryce Kaplan as veeps, Ger-
trude Weiner as treasurer .
Mrs. Edward (Bernice) Melniker
will be Jack Bell's co-chairman
in Committee of 1.000 drive this
year Pro-legalized gambling
aspirant Harry Levy's bid for
siaic representative getting the,
most mileage per dollar of any
Florida hopefuls.
Wally cluck's district in Dem-
ocratic committee race includes
Star Island Surprise entry
in the race for District 38 is
Henry M. Waitzkin, president of
the Miami Beach Bar Assn.. and
past worshipful master of Hibis-
cls Lodge. lies Democratic Club
of Miami Beach member, also...
Esther Gottfried, president of the
Women's Auxiliary of American
Legion Post 85, also running in
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formation t'-an any onewe said
any onein the United States
Stales without even a glance at
a World Almana. He'll receive
strong support from Kennedy
forces in Miami Beach.
Jack S. Popick. president of
the local unit of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, represented this
area at third annual national pol-
icy conference of the American
Israel Public Affairs Committee
in Washington on Sunday morn-
ing. Popick, who doubles in brass
as chairman of the executive
committee for Israel Bonds in
Greater Miami, said principal at-
tention was given to "United Na-
tions policy of ambivalent neu-
trality in Middle East."
Quote comes from keynote ad-
dress of Rabbi Philip Bernstein,
of Rochester, national chairman
of the committee, which I. L.
Kenen so ably directs. Executive
secretary is Rita Grossman, a
Miami native, former editor of
The Jewish Floridian. who was
editor of the University of Miami
Hurricane when this scribe was
sports editor Rabbi Bernstein
said "The United Nations should
get the Syrians to observe the
cease fire. If there is no shooting,
there will be no shooting back."
Crisis abated sharply after the
conclave as the Syrians took to
fighting among themselves. Even
with the reported revolt in North
Syria put down, there can be
little doubt that Col. Nasser has
won a convincing victory in his
fight for Arab leadership. Prox-
imity of Egyptian Army on Is-
rel's exposed Southern flank
means more to Syrian military
than far-removed and untested
Iraqi forces
Mrs. Keiser Will
Head Home Here
Bikur Cholim Kosher Convales-
cent Home of Greater Miami v.ill
installation of ol t a
rich on Wednesday evening at
the Algiers hotel. Mis. Arthur Ap-
pelbaum will conduct the ceremony.
Invocation will be given by Mrs.
Morris Dubler and benediction by
Mrs. Sam Yudien.
Joseph Malek, attorney, will give
a program of Yiddish and Hebrew
songs, with Mrs. Olga Biber Stern
at the piano. Malek was recently
named Knight of the Month by Wi;
George Gershwin Lodge of the
Knights of Pythias, with William
Reiner, chancellor commander,
presenting the award.
New officers are Mesdamcs Jos-
eph Keiser, president; Ray Licber-,
man, executive vice president; Al-
bert Kohn, treasurer; Adolph Eck-
er, recording secretary; Harry Top-
per, corresponding secretary; Louis
Fishman, Helen Hornstein, George
Burkim and Fannie Forstein, vice
president; Nathan Roth and Anna
Rosenfeld, life membership vice
presidents; Sam Yudien, chaplain;
Paula Belanoff, sergeant-at-arms;
Victoria B. Roe, parliamentarian;
Miss Lillian Nydick, recording sec
letary; and Mrs. Edward Elkin,
honorary president.
Trustees are Nathan Roth and
Mesdames Edward Elkin, Sarah S.
Czech. Altha Mcssirow, and Morris
Dubler.
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Herbert Sober Chapel Dedication Sunday
Will Feature Presentation Ceremonies
Dedication of the Herbert E.
Scher Memorial Chapel of Beth
David Congregation will take place
on Sunday at 3 p.m.
Mr. Scher passed away in 1959.
At the time of his death, he was
president of Beth David, and he
held this office for five terms be-
fore that.
Sidney Aronovitz, a former
president of Beth David, and
chairman of the dedication com-
mittee, said Wednesday that Rab-
bi Norman N. Shapiro has invited
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, former
spiritual leader of Beth David, to
share the platform with him in
the dedication program, adding
that Rabbi Rosenberg has accept-
ed the invitation.
Stanley C. Myers, former presi-
dent and pioneer member of Beth
David Congregation, and promi-
nently active in Jewish communal
affairs, will introduce both spiri-
tual leaders, who will pay tribute to
the late Mr. Scher.
Cantor William VV. Lipson will
chant the opening prayer. Greet-
ings from the congregation, Men's
Club and Sisterhood will be ex-
pressed by their respective presi-
dents, Phillip Schiff, Max Jacobson
and Mrs. Max Jacobson.
The program will be followed by
a visit to the chapel, at which time
a plaque will be unveiled by Mrs,
Herbert E. Scher. Refre-nments
will be served by the Sisterhood in
Suector Hall.
Luncheon Group
Honors Wilson
Herman Wilson, financial secre-
tary of the Miami Beach Zionist
District, will be honored ,
Luncheon Club meeting on W
' dav afternoon at the R:tz
hotel.
Wilson, who has served i-
ficer. and also the office ro
of the district for sevei
was cited in the past as "
Ihe outstanding volunteer-
organization."
Guest speaker at the luncheon
will be Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Jacob
i C. Fishman and Joseph Malek are
chairmen of the Luncheon Ciub. and
! Joseph Spar, Abe Rubin, Herman
Weintraub, Bessie Greenrrald, and
! Joseph Alter are in charge oi the
arrangements committee.
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J$*r As o gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
fcr the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Bex
2973/ Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the nar-e
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Talmudic College to Begin Classes Soon;
Orthodox Yaad Marks Fifth Anniversary
Stuart Cypen
p; [rving Lehrman will officiate
Bar Mitzvah of Stuart Alan,
; Mr. and Mrs. benjamin
, .luring services at Temple
I ;-El on Saturday morning,
Stuart is a seventh grade student
at Nautilus Junior High, where he
is on the conduct honor roll and
plavs viola in the orchestra. He
is a member of the Stamp Club.
\ luncheon in his honor will be
held at the Algiers hotel following
the ceremony.
*
Robert Belitsky
T!:ir Mitzvah of Robert, son of
Mi and Mrs. Ray Belitsky, will be
observed Saturday morning, Apr. 7,
in Tnnple Ner Tamid, with Rabbi
lie Labovitz officiating.
Tlu celebrant is a student at Nau-1
tilus Junior High and in the Tem-
ple's religious school.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low the services.
*
Morris Sowntck
Morris Harold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Susaneck, will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr.
7. at Tifereth Israel Congregation.
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman and Can-
tor Albert Glantz, the celebrant's
grand-uncle, will officiate.
Both his maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Rose Borkin, and his paternal
grandmother, Mrs. Tillie Susaneck,
will be present at the ceremony.
The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
grade student at West Miami Jun-
ior High.
*
Judith Stein
Bar Mitzvah of Judith, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stein,
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
ing, Apr. 7, at Temple Emanu-EI,
With Dr. Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing.
A seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High,. Judith is on the
scholarship and conduct honor rolls.
Her hobbies include water sports
aid art.
A reception for her friends will
be held Saturday evening at her
*
Steven Sodikoff
Donald Sodikoff, son of
: Mrs. Maurice Sodikoff. will
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiritual
leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute, this week announced that
classes will soon begin at the re-
cently-chartered Talmudic Theo-
logical College of America.
The college will be situated on
a site next door to the Orthodox,
V'aad Hakashruth of Florida at
7801 Carlyle ave.. which is now
celebrating its fifth anniversary.
According to Rabbi Ever, the
Talmudic College will complete
the pattern that began with his
establishment of Agudath Isivel
Hebrew Institute and expanded
with the Vaad on November 7,
1957.
Levenberg," a history of 25
years of Judaism in America, pub-
lished in 1939; "Holiday Sym-
bols," in 1947; and "Two Worlds,"
a series of essays advancing solu-
tions for social and religious
problems, which appeared in 1956.
For the latter he was granted a
Doctor of Philosophy degree from
Burton College of Colorado.
The Beach spiritual leader is cur-
rently working on a fourth book,
dealing with questions of lore and
Jewish law.
Officers of the Orthodox V'aad
Hakashruth of Florida are Herman
Weintraub, president; Philip Yass-
er, vice president; Sam Brick, sec-
retary; William Cohen, treasurer;
and board of directors, Morris
Block, Harry Cammer, Charles
Eichen, Max Goldberg, Samuel
Hershkowitz, Sam Klein. Morris
Samewitz and Moishe Sterling.
Rabbi Ever this week announced
the appointment of Reuben Guber-
nian as executive secretary and di-
tor el COinmunity relations ojf^
Talmudic College! Gubcrman s
' function will be to coordinate the
i activities of the center of Hebrew
( holarship with the needs and acti-
I ities of the community.
Gubcrman has a long background
of business writing and business
systems analysis.
Mrs. Friedman Tells Candidacy
Stuart Cypen
Steven, in the seventh .- -., ------
Shenandoah Junior High School, is ] Rabbi Ever explained.
..n avid stamp collector.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro will ot-
ficiate.
*
Andrew Linch
Andrew Mark Linch, son of Mr.
"The college will enjoy the ad- Sylvia S. Friedman, wife of Judge
vantage of close association with Milton A. Friedman of Miami, an-
day to day religious pracltv-s '
through the Agudath Institute, and
will have the additional advantage
of working with the applied tenets
of Kasruth through the Vaad,"
Mrs. Friedman, a native of South
Carolina, has lived in Miami for
Mil "II rt. I'llCUIIimi Wl I'llOIIU, lll- j (..... iiu.j ^x* ... -------
nounced this week her candidacy j the past 22 years. She is the moth-
for Democratic State Committee-
woman. This is her first venture
into the field as a political candi-
date.
and Mrs. Abraham Linch, will be-
The spiritual leader pointed out
that "the Orthodox Vaad now sup-
ervises many dairies and beverage
companies, as well as a long list of
Kosher establishments, on a reg-
ular basis. The Vaad also super-
vises many of the finer Kosher
hotels and restaurants."
Rabbi Ever was ordained in 1935
come Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
services en Saturday, Apr. 7.
Andrew is in the seventh grade as"an orthodox Rabbi, with his or-
at Shenandoah Junior High School.: (|iratjon bearing specific mention dl
His hobbies include com collecting
and sports.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro will of-
ficiate.
Death Cancels Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Lip-
son at Saturday morning services
of Temple Judea was canceled ab-
ruptly this week immediately fol-
lowing the sudden death of his
grandfather, George Miller. Steven
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Lip-
son, 409 Miller rd., Coral Gables.
He is a seventh grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High. Rabbi
Mordecai Podet and Cantor Williant
Royal were to have officiated.
Candidates Will
Answer Queries
Congressional candidates will be
guests of the Citizens Action
League on Monday evening at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy dr.
A question and answer period has
been set aside for each candidate.
Appearing will be Sen. W.
Herrell, Sen. Claude Pepper, Coun-
ty Commissioner Charles Hall,
Fasci'.l and
"Yore Yore" and "Yodin Yodin,"
dietary and ritual laws, as well 'Ss
civil laws. His ordination at the
New Haven-Cleveland Orthdox
Rabbinical Seminary of America
was signed by Rabbi Judah H. Lev-
enberg, world-renowned rabbinical |
scholar, and Rabbi Uri Meyer Cir-
lin, late Dean of the Los Angeles
Yeshiva.
Rabbi Dr. Ever is
'Biography of Rabbi
author of
Judah H.
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MRS. MIUTON FR/fOMAN
er of Ronald, 20, an honor graduate
of Miami High School, now attend-
ing the University of North Caro-
lina; Kenneth, 18, now serving as
state president of the Junior Order
of B'nai B'rith; and a daughter
Judith, an honor s'udent at Shen-
andoah Junior High.
Known for her activities in PTAs
and civic endeavors, Mrs. Fried-
man has felt the need "for a
stronger, more unified Democratic
Party in Florida." "A strong
America reeds a strong Democrat-
ic Party to best carry out the prin-
ciples of democracy," Mrs. Fried-
man explained, "and I feel qualified
to give leadership in this area be-
cause of my activities and educa-
tional background."
Mrs. Frieman majored in gov-
ernment at the University of South
Carolina and the University of
Miami.
Election for the position of State
Committeewoman takes place on
May 29.
, urday morning, Apr. 7.
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Mrs. David A. Hesse, donor chair-
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Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will have its
annual donor luncheon in La Roncte
room of the Fontainebleau hotel on
Tuesday noon.
A candlelighting ceremony, pre-
pared by Mrs. Meyer Forer, will
commemorate the tenth anniver-
sary of the chapter, with a mem-
bership now of over 200 women.
Presentation of service awards,
and entertainment by Larry Blue,
singer and accordion player, will be
included in the program.
Donor recorder is Mrs. Lilyan
Brotman, and committee members
are Mesdames Arthur Anderson,
Leon Andress, Louis August, Jos-
eph Barchan, Aaron Bellinkofl
iv Birchansky, Dorothy D
Peter Duchon, Murray Glad
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vJewisti Fk ridden
Friday, Apiil 6, 1962
No. Shore Ladies
To be Installed
New officers of Ladies' Auxiliary
of the North Shore Post of Jewish
War Veterans will be installed
Monday evening at the Deauville
hotel.
Officers to be installed are Mcs-
dames Ciel Simon, president; Rose
Spielberg, senior vice president;
Belly Graysou. junior vice presi
dent; Charlotte Shalom, correspon-
ding secretary; Rhoda Eisenberg,
recording secretary: Ann Schwartz,
treasurer; Sadye Raymer. chap-
lain; Eva Rubin, conductress; Rose
Marks, patriotic instructor; Sadie
Klein, historian; and Ray Cole,
guard.
Installing officer will be Mrs.
Evelyn LeVine. State Department
of Florida president.
Assisting will be Freda Levine,
Siate Department senior vice pres-
ident; Kay Lingaton, national con-
ductress; and Daisee Haberman.
national president and guest
speaker lor the evening. Soloist
will be Leonore Wander.

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Eldredge Urges
Aid for U.S.
Rabbi Narot in Review
Friends Only
State Rep. David Eldredge said
Wednesday that as a United States
congressman he will "vigorously
oppose'" sending American foreign
;.id money to those Arab nations
"which then turn around and play i
fnotsie with Russia in the i nn. i Adath Yeshurvn Sisterhood
Nations."
Temple Israel Sisterhood will pre-
sent Dr. Joseph R. Narot in a re-
view of Summerhill," by A. S.
Neill. on Tuesday, at 8 p.m., in
wolf son auditorium.
Refreshments will be served.
Pennario Will
Play Monday
Internationally renowned pianist
Leonard Pennario will be guest
artist at the sixth concert of the
subscription series of Community
Concert Assn.
The recital is scneduled tor Mon-
. evening at Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
Program will include Sonata in
G. K. 283. Mozart; two Etudes.
Chopin; Kreislenana, Robert Schu-
mann; "Delphian Dancers," "The
Wins of the Plain." "The Hills of
Anacapri." "The Engulfed Cathe-
dra!." and Fireworks." by Claude
Debussy; and Sonata No. 2, Serge
Prokofieff.
Pennario, the young Buffalo-
born pianist, has appeared, o.'en
repeatedly, with every major or-
chestra in the United States.
Pennario"s annual sold-out tours
of the United States are always
btudded with engagements as solo-
as many as 16 in a season.
Hotel Names
New Director
William iBill) Koff has been ap-
pointed director of food and bev-
- for the Fontainebleau hotel.
according to an announcement by
Ben Novak, president of the resort.
At the same time Novak revealed
that Harold Beck will remain as
banquet manager, specializing in
local functions arranged by Great-
er Miami organizations and indivi-
duals.
A native of Atlantic City. Bill
Koff has spent most of his adult
life in Florida. He attended the
University of Miami, and was asso-
ci&ted with the food departments
of the Casablanca and Carillon
hotels.
He left the Carillon to join the
Forum of the Twelve Caesars in
"I believe firmly thai our foreign
rid should go to those nations which
stand by us on vital issuesnations
like Israel, the only stable demo-
cracy in the Middle East."
Eldredge said.
He also attacked the policy of
sending foreign aid to those Arab
nations which refuse to allow the
United States to send Jewish ser-
vicemen to American bases in
those countries.
"This is inconceivable to me."
Eldredge said. "It violates the
basic concepts on which our na-
tion was founded."
Eldredge. a candidate for the
congressional seat now held by Con-
gressman Dante Fascell. said he
will also fight for repeal of the ten
per cent Federal travel tax. which
he said "skims off millions of dol-
lars every year that would other-
wise be spent in the Greater Miami
area."
Pointing to his own two-term rec-
ord in the Florida Legislature.
Eldredge said he had co-sponsored
and fought for these laws:
"The law making it a crime to
Temple Adath Yeshurun Sister-
hood will hold a card party next
Wednesday evening. Donor credit
will be given to Sisterhood mem-
bers and for each guest they bring
Donor credit goes toward partici-
pation in the May 7 luncheon of
the women's organization at the
Carillon hotel.
Youth Participate
In Services
Beth David's Junior Congrega-
tion and students of the religious
school conducted the Saturday
morning service last week
David Price acted as leader, with
Maryann Marder delivering the ser-
monette. Chanters included Rob-
cehtfoyiw; Jiinmie J)sesnick. Bruce
Kaler, Michael Minor. Edv in p0nt
Philip Rabin, David Siler and Fred
Silverman.
The Torah readers were Jeffrey
Abrams. Stanley Bilsker. Harris
Friedman. Robert Goldberg. Louis
Ilerskowitz, Jcsiih Meyer and
Mary Tytell.
Haftorah readers were Mindy
Forer, Madeline Laskae, Elise Yet-
fler and Molly Turetsky.
bomb schools, synagogues
churches;
ind 'ii election day;
"The law reducing the tax on
intangible persona! property;
"The law providing for absentee "The law requir ns, the teaching
voting for those who. on account ol of Americanism vs. Communism ;n
their religion, cannot go to the polls uui public schools
q-
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\< w York City as director, but de-
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position at Fontainebleau.
He is married and has one son.
Ronald,
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Testimonial Set For Berkowitz
Abe Chiel, president of Congre-! Rabbi Solomon Scruff will offer
pution Beth El, announces that a a special prayer.
testimonial dinner in honor of Philip _______
Berkowitz, honorary life president
Lester ]. Waldman, national
directc: of organization and
planning for the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai
B'rith. will speak at Temple
Beth Sholom's Oneg Shab-
bat following Friday evening
services this week. Wald-
man will discuss "Do Jews
Have Built-in Radar?"
Model Seder Sunday
Dr. Irving Lehrman will present
a model Seder for junior and sen-
ior high school students in Sirkin
Hall on Sunday following 10 a.m.
services in FrU'flland Chapel.
of the congregation, will he held j
Sunday, 6 p.m., in the auditorium.
Berkowitz, a resident of Miami
for many years, has been leader
at Beth U thwmghout jno^t M the
eongregation's history. He has
served as president for many years.
Dinner committee includes Sam
Miller, chairman. Mrs. Max Rappa-
port, Mrs. lack Shapiro, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Seigal, Hyman Chabner,
Geo. Bass, Isadore Schwartz. Sey-
mour Schwartz. Joe Zalis. Hyman
Kam. Mrs. Jeanne Rotcnberg. and
Chicl.
Rally Crowds
For Malek
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLOR'OA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6X83:2 (Gordon)
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One of the largest kick-off rallies Co rthoune in Miami. Florldi
.. fore May -. 1962, and
in the history of Miami Beach was
held on Sunday for Joe Malek, can-
didate for Justice of Peace, Fifth
District.
Hours before the official opening
jat 3 p.m.. the lobby of the DiLido
I hotel was crowded with Malek
! supporters.
An estimated crowd of 5.000 ate,
drank and danced in the Cotillion
room of the hotel. Hundreds of
local dignitaries and officials pre-
dicted success in his election.

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address i- 14th PI..... at 10
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E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Coui i Dade i 'ounty, Fl
(srali Bs 'n M l.v.MAN
l >eputy Clerk
DAVID P. CATSMAN
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 3507
SAMCKI, KKAVKTZ.
Plaintiff,
MINNA KRAVETZa/k .i MINNA
WITT.
I 'efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MINNA K&AVETZ
a/k a MINNA WITT
I Admiral Hotel
li> Main Street
Hyannls, Massachu iettfl
you, minna KRAVBTZ a/k/n
MINNA WITT are hereb notified
thai a Bill en' Complalnl for Divorce |
has been filed against you, and you
i-. required to serve a copy ( your
Answer "i Pleading to t'ie Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
I'KHMER, ROSEN & MOFSKY. 420
Uncoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
and file the rlglnnl Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
i ult < 'oui on "i befi i the "th day
of May, 1962. If you fall to i- so,
will lie taken
vou for the rellel demanded
BUI Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
h week for tour cot
THE JEWISH 1- l OR1DIAN,
i >i 'N :: an; > ORI >EREI ai Miami,
I' i da. this 2nd day of Api II A.D
I 162,
!:. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
, '|r t Co Dade Counl la
Bj : L. 8NEE1 >EN
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE
No. 55338
in RE: Estate <'
ANTOINETTE K. JACOBS
l 'eceaaea,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Ing Claims oi Demanda Against Said.
Estate:
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(juheil im present any olaima and de-
manrlK which you may hav.- against
the estate of AKTtflNB'rTK K. JA-
I'niis deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, in the County Judjtes of Dado
County, nnd file the same In their of-
fices in the Count) Courthouse lq
Dade County, i- orlda, within six cal-
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first publication hereof, or the samej
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CITES APPEASEMENT OF ARABS
Jewish -Fforidian ] Kea)lns Char9es,State ,
Dept. Policy is Bungling
Miami. Florida. Friday, April 6, 1962
Section C
By Special Report
NEW YORKSen. Kenneth B.
Keating. Republican of New York,
called recently for a Middle East
summit conference with the Soviet
hate and dissension throughout
the Middle East/'
Another speaker at the meeting
was David Rivlin, Israel consul in
\c w York. Phil Baum, director
Union to establish a durable peace of the Commission on International
between Israel and the Arab states.
"Of all the troubled areas of the
world, the Middle East is the only
one where a summit conference
would offer hope of concrete ac-
complishments," Sen. Keating told
a forum sponsored by the Ameri-
Affairs of the American Jewish
Congress, was discussion moderat-
or. The meeting was opened by
S o 1 Rafel, executive director of
Bronx House and chairman of the
Bronx House Forum Committee.
Mrs Sylvia Birnbaum, president
the American Jewish Congress,
presided. Co-chairmen of the event.
were Mrs. Fay Binder, chairman of
the Commission on International
Affairs, and Mrs. Shirley Hershko-
witz, coordinator, of the Bronx
Women's Division. American Jew*
ish Congress,
ing to Arab music," he declared,
and it's not a pretty sight."
Cal Kovens (left), chairman of the 1962 Com- whose equally growing needs in the field of I The New York Republican said
."ined Jewish Appeal, and A. I. Harris, presi- health, welfare, and education must be met. ) that "appeasement of the Arabs
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, The Combined Jewish Appeal is now in the
consider progress of the current CJA drive midst of a fast-moving "over-the-top" action
Miami Jewry's "New Horizons" campaian to bring the 1962 humanitarian effort to a suc-
ugainst the horizon of a growing community, cessful conclusion. .^_____________________
can Jewish Congress and the Bronx of the Bronx Women's Division of
House Forum Committee at Bronx
House here.
"The proposal I would make
is that we pick the summit we
want to ascendnamely, the Mid-
dle Eastand convince the Arabs
and Israelis that they should join
the climbing party.
"Here would be an opportunity
to make historynot fight history.
The Kremlin summit minded
might well consider this as a pilot
operation in the direction they want
to go.
"And even a limited Buccess
lei us say a disarmament pact lor highlighted activities of the Beth
the Middle Eastwould stand as a Torah Congregation religious
i triumph fur the concept of summi-j chool during the pas', week.
try." Under the direction of C
Sen. Keating criticized State Dc- 3en Zion Kirschenbaum, son. 20
partment policy in the Middle East students joined a Cantorial Club
| as "short-sighted, misguided, met-1 .vhich meets Saturday afternoons.
fective diplomacy. We are danc- j Temporary officers are Michael
Beth Torah Has
Active Week
Formation of a Canton.il l,
Held trips, and an address by a
member of the Israel Consulate
has not worked, cannot work, be-
Johen and Robert Feinstein.
Also meeting on Saturday after-
100ns are the Torah readers orr up
conducted by Abraham .1. Gittel-
on. education director, and advan-
cause it is a policy of retreat, not :ed Cantorial Club and LTF group
Of advance. And we practice that if high school students led by Rab-
same sterile policy when we extend bi Max A. Lipschitz.
political favors in the wistful hope
WHAT ARE THE JEWISH STATE'S CHANCES? PART It
Israel's Anguish: EEC Membership
to help its former African colon-
ies.
By EDWYN EYTAN
Todav. five years later, the Com
i unity has more than iulfilled its Europe's investment in Alnca
tial economic plans it has also strengthen the "Old Conti-
. -:ablished a European investment nent" politically. Africa has al-
. -ik. adopted a common agricul- ready twice as many votes as Eur-
ral policy, cut interstate customs ope in the United Nations, and the
. -M percent and adopted more Community's partnership with its
50 projects for financing so-! newly independent nations can help
( al and economic investments in to guide their political line.
. associated African states It
..- i nly due to particular circum-
- that the political int"
:. still lags behind it has not
: i... tten oi .' cted.
The Communit: ; lulosophy was
last month by the (om-
ssion's Presi lent, Professor
This is ;!.e merging giant who can
spell either economic doom or new
hope to small and struggling Is-
rael li can further increase [sra- ,. Beersheba, Haifa and Dimona
For the sake of removing some
of the difficulties barring her
way to association, Israel has
consented to un unprecedented
sacrifice: a 70 percent devalua-
tion of her currency a measure
which has affected every Israeli
in his personal well-being and
comfort.
On the eve of the Ministerial
I ......i1 ting in Brussels, which
will have to decide on whether to
accept Israel's candidacy, econo-
ists and businessmen in Tel Aviv
that such concessions may elicit a
more reasonable stand.
"The hard fact is." Sen. Keating
told the Bronx House forum, "that
State Department attempts to ig-
nore blockades and boycotts and
to do nothing respecting the limita-
tions on Suez navigationtar from
winning Arab respectserve only
to encourage further encroach-
ments, greater pressure."
He continued:
On Monday afternoon the pre-
confirmation class, led by in-
structor Mrs. Irving Seidel, vis-
ited Temple Beth Israel, Tem-
ple Beth Sholom and Temple
Menorah. i
Confirmation class visited the
Bureau of Jewish Education where
Louis Scliwartzman. director, dis-
cussed the Bureau's activities.
Julie Cohen. University of Miami
basketball star, was referee for
el i political loneliness and eco-
nomic difficulties if it decides to
cut itself off; it can infuse i
life into th( Jewish State
eii ing a lecture before .,,,rt,,.s ,0 |et it link it; late With
:.i Harvai Vssoc iti n The Com- |,_ .,.;... European natioi
;. Mark* i ler said "We are ___
]V. I .:. to promote lartfl
. erei s, to i stablish a discrim-
> club, to form a larger mar-
make us richer, or a trading
I to further our commercial in-t
sts \- a matter ol fact we are
.: at all: We are in
itics "
ask themselves in deep anguish:
. e succeed or has it all been
in vain?'What do we want? What
Her, -o as to be admitted
Continued on Page 3C
"I am frankly disturbed by the :hc school and USY games against
Temple Sinai of Hollywood.
Club Slates Speakers
Politics will be the order of the
i y for the Luncheon Club ot
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith on
Friday noon. Apr. 13. at the Robert
Clay Hotel. Speakers will be for-
mer Sen. Claude Pepper. Com-
missioner Chuck Hall, and Stale
Sen Cliff Harrell. Program chair-
man is A) Kreisler.
tendency ol the U.S. Government
to proceed with commercial and
ether deals with Nasserdeals that
may prove to jeopardize our own
interests as well as those of Israel.
"There was, for example, the
sale of rockets to Cairo last year.
A big U.S. contractor has also
secured a contract for powerful
radio transmitters additional
and louder voices by which Nas-
ser can spew his word-bombs of
Noted Celiist Casals Host
To Navy Cmdr. Langfur
Eenefits Foreseen
Internationally renowned cellist myriad other subjects. Cmdr. Lang-
Pablo Casals recently was host to: fur expressed surprise over the
the Commanding Officer of Air- Maestro's intense interest in avia-
borne Early Warning Squadron lion
i Four. --But I am a most enthusiastic
Commander Joshua A. Langfur,
skipper ol the Navy's Hurricane
By the end of the current decade.
' is planned, the community will
have become a social and economic
entity free of any internal trade i
barriers. Workers from all member Nayy
slates will be able freely to circu- Hu Resented Mr. Casals with
ate and work throughout the tern- ^ mom o( & HurrR.ane Hunter air-
tory (this measure has already < (t and a cerllficatc designating
been partially applied, social bene-| -Honorary Hurricane Hun-
fits and national insurances will '''''
have become standardized, univer-
sity and school diplomas equiva- Cmdr. Langtur became interest-, pie who perform intangible serv-
ant, thus enabling professionals to ed in meeting the eminent and rev-1 ;ccs t0 mankind
uork throughout the Community, cred musician through a mutual in-1 your music amJ the Navy.s
| terest in the celhx Cmdr Langfur ice, are slmllar in
son of Elsa Langfur and the ate; mass com.
Jacob Langfur. is a former student | t.___i .
at the University of Miami, played
| the cello in the Miami Symphony,
and has continued his cello-playing
i as a hobby ever since.
air traveler," Mr. Casals said, add-
ing that he had witnessed the first
recorded parachute jump years
ago in Paris.
In a letter to Mr. Casals, Cmdr.
Langfur pointed out that "there is
a certain kinship between all peo
The E.E.C. is also the world's
largest investor in Africa. Be-
sides the Common European De-
velopment Fund, which will pour
nearly six hundred million dol-
lars in the African associated
states by 1962, the member states
themselves are prominent inves-
tors. France is the world's largest
per capita contributor, devoting
two percent of its national budget
munication beneficial to
throughout the world."
people
During his visit at the musician's
He concluded: "We feel justified
and privileged in presenting you
with this certificate, designating
n Isla Verde. Puerto Rico, I you an Honorary Hurricane Hunter
the Commander and Mr. Casals | in recognition of your great serv-
ihatted about music, aviaUon and ices to humanity.
CELLIST MEETS NAVAL OFFICER


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+Jenist fhrSdliari
Friday. April 6. 1962
I
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
G.
Even '.hough strawberries can be
purchased all year, and fresh ones
during more than half the year,
most of us really enjoy them to the
full only during their own season
When the berries are grown under
ideal conditions, picked at the peak
of ripeness, and eaten soon after,
they are so delicious that to pre-
pare them in any other way than
natural slate is to gild the lily.
Some devotees of the strawberry
maintain that for such perfection
nothing extra is needed, not even
a bit of sugar.
Others insist with equal vigor
that cream light, whipped, or
sour is needed to bring out the
lull flavor. And still others assert
Beach Zionists
Slate Speaker
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director
of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, will
he guest speaker at a meeting of
the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon
Club next Wednesday noon at the
P;itz Plaza hotel.
Dr. Wolfson will discuss 'Spi-
noza and Judaism." Program was
arranged by Jacob C. Fishman and
Joseph Malek. co-chairman of the
dub, which meets regularly on
Wednesdays,
Dr Morion J. Robbins, national 1 pint very ripe strawberries
Zionist leader, was honored at a 2 3 cup sugar
meeting oi the club last week. 2 teaspoons all-purpose flour
that a brief bath in a liqueur is a
must in savoring the berry. Each to
his taste, and each way of enjoy-
ing perfect berries is delightful.
However, when nature has been
somewhat uncooperative and the
strawberries ripen a little less than
perfect, we can, with no qualms, |
j-.repare several fine dishes which j
need fresh berries, but do destroy
their original appearance.
One such is a Strawberry Soup,
with a taste like that of a fresh
strawberry sundae and a rich
smooth texture which makes it as
suitable for a dessert as an appe-
t'zer. The other is for a Strawber-
ries Chantilly Ring, which is really
a combination of two desserts.
Strawberries Chantilly is a simple
confection made of halved berries
folded into sweetened and flavored
whipped cream.
The ring is the pastry used in a
popular French dessert called a
Paris-Brest, which is customarily
made with a more complicated but-
ter-cream filling. The pastry is
somewhat like that used for cream
puffs, and like the puffs may be
b:>ked in advance and frozen. The
Strawberries Chantilly, however,
should be prepared and placed in
the thawed ring immediately be-
fore serving.
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Save a few of the perfect berries
for a garnish. Puree the rest
through a sieve or food mill. Com-
bine the sugar and flour in a sauce- f
pan. stjr in the water, and bring the
mixture to a boil over high heat.;
stirring constantly. Cook for two|
minutes. Add the strawberry puree
and bring to a full boil. Remove
from the heat at once and chill.
M serving time blend a little of
the soup with the sour cream, then
stir into the rest of the soup. If
wine is used, add it at this time.
Serve the soup in individual bowls
with a garnish of a ".hole straw-
berry. This recipe makes from 3'4
to 4 cups of soup.
Strawberries ChantiMy Ring
1 cup water
Mi cup butter or margarine
l teaspoon granulated sugar
V4 teaspoon salt
1 cup sifted all-purpose flour
4 large eggs
1 teaspoon milk
1/3 cup slivered, blanched
almonds
2 cups fresh strawberries
1 cup whipping cream
2 tablespoons sifted
confectioners sugar
a few drops vanilla 'extract
In a one-quart saucepan place the
water, shortening, granulated sug-
pr, and salt. Bring to a boil and
stir until the shortening melts. Add
the flour all at once, and stir hard
for a few minutes until the mix-
ture becomes a smooth ball, and
leaves the sides of the pan clean.
Remove from the heat and cook
slightly. Add 3 of the eggs, one at
a time, and beat very hard after
each is added.
Break the fourth egg into a small
bowl, beat well, reserve one tabTe-
spoon. and add the rest to the bat-
ter. Beat hard again, until the bat-
ter is satiny. Cover a baking sheet
with lightly oiled waxed paper.
Shape the batter on the paper by
spoonsful in the form of a ring
about 9 inches in diameter. Add the
milk to the reserved egg and brush
over the surface. Sprinkle the al- j
monds evenly over this.
Put into an oven heated to 425
degs. F. for 18 minutes, reduce the
heat to 375 degs. F., and continue
baking 25 minutes longer, until the i
ring is a rich, deep brown, crisp:
and dry. Remove the paper and |
cool the ring on a rack. Just before |
serving split horizontally. Cut the
strawberries in half now, and drain I
off any juice which forms. Whip|
the cream until it is stiff enough to
hold its fhape firmly, add the con-
fectioners sugar and vanilla, and
fold in the strawberries. Fill the
bottom of the ring, which has been (
placed on a serving platter, cover
with the top, and serve at once.
Serves 6.
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+JtwisH fhridf/ar
Page 3-C
PART II IN A SERIES
Israel's Anguish: EEC Membership
Continued from Page 1C
into this new and rapidly growing'
family of nations?
Brussels:
Ambassador Emile N'ajar. the
head of Israel's permanent mission
ta Uie.EurojM.ar, Economic Qompju-
nily in Bru-m Is, is an eleiiant man
in his laic fifties with greying hair
Slid an ambassadorial aura about
him. Although Egyptian-born and
bred, his attitude is typically Brit-
ish; he prefers the understatement
and the humorous approach to the
emphatic tone often associated with
Israel's diplomats. Coming trom
him, the words carried extra
weight: "There is no doubt that the
Common Market is a vital issue for
Israel. The Government has rccog-
nied il is such and. with the pos-
sible exception of Defense, has
given it Number One priority in
ilu nation'.- affairs."
On the Ambassador's desk, a
thick file lay sedately and unex-
plosively. As he turned its closely
typed pa'es. a mass of cold num-
ber-, statistics and elaborate
graphs came into view. They all
spelled out the same message: For
Israel, the Common Market is a
matter of life and death
The problem in itself is not
new. Israel has for long recog-
nied the EEC's growing impor-
tance: the Jewish State was the
third country in the world to es-
tablish a permanent diplomatic
mission accredited to the Com-
munity's Secretariat, following in
the traces of only the United
States and Greece.
At the lime when Israel started
showing a keen interest in the prob-
lem, such "European" states as
Britain, Sweden and Switzerland
.still considered the Community,
"the mad dream of a few ideolo-
gists" and actively worked for the
creation of a competing organiza-
tion, the European Free Trade
Area, now organizing.
Israel's approach was motivated
both by her ideological aspirations
and her national interests. Sur-
rounded by Arab neighbors, with
whom she is still officially at war,
subjected to a stringent economic
boycott, deprived of her national
geographic markets. Israel has
since her creation turned toward
the only open frontier: the sea, be-
yond which lies Western Europe.
Driven by necessity, Israel de-
\ veloped a purely European econo-
my, producing quality goods manu-
factured for Western Europe: 31
percent of her exports go to the
Common Market countries and 19
percent more to the United King-
dom, soon due to join the Commu-
nity. Most of the goods Israel im-
ports come from the same area.
NEXT WEEK: An
Outgoing Dilemma
More than 100 Beach attorneys attend a cocktail party hon-
oring Judge Jason M. Berkman, candidate to succeed himself
as Justice of the Peace. Berkman (center) chats with Judge
Larry Hoffman (left) and Harold Rosen, iwo members oi his
campaign committee.
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NEW YORK Mother's Food
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Borscht in a new carafe, with a
new "contour" shaped label.
Mother's Borscht. popular as a
thirst quenching cold drink, and as
a hot soup, is described as "the
drink with lots of everything but
calories." It is a good, non-acidic
source of Vitamin C. and is rich in
minerals.
Mothers Borscht is non-fattening,
containing only 50 calories per 7
oz. cup. It conies ready-to-drink
a tasty, non-filling refresher with,
or between, meals, any time of
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Orthodox Unit Urges Aid for All Day Schools
I By Special Report
NEW ORLEANS Jewish com-|
munity federations throughout the
Uniltd States were urged here Sun- ]
da] "to assume a larger share of |
tru increasingly heavy financial
burden in establishing and main-
taining Jewish All-Day schools."
Addressing the closing session of
thi :7:h annual Southeast regional,
convention of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
at the Sheraton Charles hotel here, I
Moses I. Feuerstein, national pres-j
idem or the organization, asked for
immediate action by the local fed-1
(. :is "to ensure that the most'
effective instrument for Jewish sur-
vival is not only maintained, but ex-
panded to serve the growing needs
of the American Jewish commun-
ity."
The Jewish leader warned,
however, "it would be a serious
mistake (or any federation to as-
sume that such support entitled
the agency,to determine the edu-
cational policies of the day
schools in its area of commit,
ment." Such interference, the
UOJCA president declared,
"would serve to undermine the
spiritual resources of the Jewish
community which do not depend
Backgrounded by the devastation of the city, Leo McKern,
Jcr.et Munro and Edward Judd lift their eyes to the sky for
an indication of relief or death. This scene is from the start-
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upon majorities, but upon the
ideological heritage which form-
ed the basis of the survival of ,
Judaism against all odds through-
out the history of our people."
Citing the example of the Jewish
Education Committee in New York
which, he said, respected the iden-
tity of each religious trend. Feuer-
stein asserted that it was the task
cf the community "to strengthen
each ideology in every undertaking
rather than for the strong to pirate
the schools which the minorities
have created. "It would be chaos,"
he declared, "if the Protestants
were to infiltrate Catholic schools
and take them over through finan-
cial manipulation or majority
votes "
Feuerstein assured the delegates
that "the American sense of fair
play and the spirit of dedication to
Jewish survival which motivates
tl.c decisions of many leaders of
tin Jewish community would en-
able federations throughout the
country to contribute a much larg-
er share ol the financial support of
Jewish All-Day schools without
seeking to undermine their ideologi-
cal objectives."
The extensive use of specially de-
veloped teaching machines in help-
ing to acquaint "young and old alike
v.ith the basic tenets of traditional
Judaism." was proposed here by a
prominent Jewish educator
Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky. director
of Torah Umesorah. the national so-
ciety for Hebrew Day Schools, told
the delegates that the latest educa-
tional devices "present a tremen-
dous challenge and potential for the
further education of ourselves and
cur children."
"Careful research and dedication
by a group of talented Jewish edu-
cators." Dr. Kaminetsky predicted.
"will produce a kind of teaching
machine which will be able to pro-
ject for Jews in small towns and
isolated communities, the essential
values and modes of the observance
of Judaism. The novelty and ex-
citement of such teaching machines
would move thousands of Jews to
a fuller study of Judaism and its
way of ilfe," the educator declared.
In a resolution adopted at an
earlier session, the delegates call-
ed on "Jewish communal agencies
to strengthen and support fully"
the maintenance of Jewish day
schools. The resolution declared, |
however, that such support "must j
not be conditioned upon, or in
any way permit, the intrusion .
of these agencies in the policy,
program or direction of the |
schools."
Another resolution approved by ;
the delegates asked the legislature (
of all states in the region to enact;
without further delay measures to I
exempt from the restrictions of the
Sunday closing laws, establishments [
which are closed on the seventh day
of the week in observance of the
Jewish Sabbath." The resolution
deplored the discriminatory feature
of the Sunday laws which "penalize
religious observance by imposing
uiioii Jewish-owned business firms
economic sanctions" in the form of
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FROM THE TALMUD
THE UNWANTED PURCHASE
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mired: "') P00' """' b'nd"s
pic\ up something that I
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New Month of Nissan
Heralds Freedom Festival
By RABBI MORRIS SKOP
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TRANSIANON -
The Springs of Salvation of
Tiberias
The springs of Tiberias arc no
ordinary -.rrings but possess great
healing powers. One who does not:
feel well has only to rush to bathe,
in the waters of these springs and
he cured.
The secret of healing powers of
the Tiberias hot springs reached
the ears of Roman magnates who
came tc Palestine to sell their
wares and of Roman soldiers and
their commanders who were sta-
tioned ir. the army camps in the
mountain.' of Galilee. All of these
came to Tiberias to bathe in its
superior springs. Jewish fighters,
the heroes of Israel who found
themselves hideouts in the caves of
the Galilean mountains, came also
to the springs.
And so with the passage of years
the waters continued to serve
every epoch.
With the establishment of the
&late of Israel, Tiberias expanded.
By Brit Ivrit Olamit
Throughout the Jewish world
this week, special prayers marked
the appearance of the new moon,
which ushers in the Hebrew month
of Nissan. It is in the month of
Nissan that the Jewish festival of
freedom occurs, when our ances-
tors achieved their independence
from Egyptian slavery and bond-
age. At the approaching Pesach
Seder, we shall retell and relive. In
story and song, the ancient strug-
gle inspired by '.he emancipator
Moses tn "let my people go" that
they might serve the cause ol
human progress and liberty.
In our shrinking world today, we
see other peoples still struggling
for their own freedom. We Ameri-
can Jews are enjoying the benefits
of our early American struggle to
be rid of unjust taxation and dom-
ination by European powers. The
struggle for freedom, emphasized
bv the Passover saga, seeks to im- .... ,,
Sen he world that freedom Is the inalienable right of every-people It
feaches that no nation has the right to enslave another people or hold
, n subjection that each has the right to develop its life to the tu I
in accordance with its own culture and traditions, and thus being free
to contribute to the sum total of world civilization.
This yearning and struggle for justice and freedom is basic to
' hllmi,n progress. Freedom implies not only-breaking thshache of
RABBI MORRIS SKOP
. freedom fo be free
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle awe.
Orthodox. RabDi Isaac Ever.
Friday :-" p.m. Saturday s:::o a.m.
s.i......i: "PreBervIng ami Patiently
Waiting for the Future."

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday II a.m. Bar
Mii/.viih: Steven, son ol Mr. and Mrs
i Sodlkoff: Andrew, son ol Ml
and Mis. Abraham Linen.

BETH EL. 500 bw i/tn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schift.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m
Sermon: "Impurity Is ContaalouH.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Friday : i". p in. Saturday 8 "" a m.
Sermon: "The Dawn ol Freedom.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. 104tn si. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
FYldai 8 anu 8:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Re-
actionaries, Inactlonarles, and Ac-
lonui'les." Sal urdaj 15 a.m.
-

GEMS OF WISDOM
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Sam- / oron.
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
In every evil thought die"- a
vp.irl^ <>/ divinity, which has sunk -I
to a very luiv degree, and beg* I
be elevated. op-atoshi
*
The Evil Will dominates only ;
over u'liat the eyes see. Raba '
t *
Without the Evil Inclination no j
man would build a house take a
wife beget a jaw.'.y and enga
work- -.-.Mill H. NAHMAN
* < *
The very fire of die En! Inclin
i must be employed in the
t-ice Oj Cod. LIKUTI TORAH
* *
Torah can temper the Evil Urge
a\ fire bend.', iron.
SIMEON B I I I s; \r
* *
A> leaven can he removed only :
h\ burning so can th Evil I -
i uliaited only by the fire
Torah. simhat hari
*
Cod created die Evil Will, bu:
He also iTeuied its antidote, the
KIDDUSH1N
*
-- clFrldas 6:S0 and T::'." p.m. Children's;
foreign voices overthrowing dictators and smashing the power Of I erv,/eB .<,,, Bfbllcal Patience
puTtlS humL beings under physical bond.ge It also implies the and Patients. _#_
achievement of freedom for the human mind the freedom toMUunK, ro he1GHts jewish congre-
disagree. to learn and probe and rebel against conformity and forced ^""X %.
acceptance of even a majority view.
Freedom has many facet. freedom from physical su iering is
but a primary freedom. There Is also the ^^T.fT^nSiX
free lorn to get an education, the freedom to be able to live according to
ne own ideals providing others are not hurt by this freedom The
twentieth century is witnessing the movements in many lands to van
liberation for enslaved and colonial peoples. The Maccabees fought for ,
this freedom. Mordecai sought it for his people against the machina-
ili0nTh- memory of the fleeing slaves of Egypt has inspired others to
'flee religion intolerance and bigotry, to rebel against calloused in-
ihumanit? The four cups of wine at the Seder table bring back the
memories of the past struggle, but there is always the fifth cup the
Z of Elijah, which is the symbol of the future redemption for all pco-
i Jtes still struggling to bring about the universal Passover when freedom
l will be the cherished possession of all. .... ;.;_ .
May the new mooVof Nissan be a harbinger of family rejoicing as
we oreoare to celebrate the historic "night of watching to be ever
ready to help keep America and all the world free from the crippling
Series of physical bondage, superstition, domination and exploitation
by the strong of the weak.
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
prida, vir. p.m Vomit Judaea Sab-
bath. Sermon: "The OkwUnj of the
Diaspora." Saturduj *t0 e m. Ser-
mon: "PorJIon "f the week.

FLAGLER -GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander.
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 6:80 and vir, pm. Baa M1W-
vah; Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Brwln B. Marshall. Saturda) :0 a.m.

HOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservat.ve. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
.SRAELITE OBNTBR. 3175 SW 25th
tr. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday and S:15 p.m. Sermon: tirst
Hebrew Month."

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid.
Cantor Abraham Seit.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
Fridav 6 ami 8:18 p.m, Bsrvlces osdi-
cated to new members. Sermon: You
aiv With I's." Saturday ":4j a.m.
Sermon: "Portion Of l-i."
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
Tlimi host given us the Evil
Will llml tee may be reuuiJed for
tmg him; bur tee wan! neither
lnm nor the reuard. YOMA
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Hen'/
B. Wernick.
I'liday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Scare-*
orows." Saturday 9:30 Mltsvah: Gary
-Sui Bellman.
son ol Mr. and Mrs*
I
t ; t
By RABBI SAMUEL J FOX
What is tho reason for the bells
which are attached to the or-
naments which decorate the
Holy Scroll?
This was originally done, accord-
in" to some authorities, so that
when the congregants heard these
bells tinkle, they would know that
the Scroll had been removed from
the ark and was being carried
1 around. They would then stand up
I to give respect to the Holy Scroll.
: This would be done for the sake
1 of those who are in the midst of
! heavily populated congregations
I who cant always see the Scroll be-
ing carried around and thus might
nol rise in due reverence for the
Scroll.
Inference is drawn from the fact
i that the Bible prescribes (Ex. 28)
i that the High Priest was required
. to have bells attached to his rai-
j ment when he entered the Holy of
, Holies on the Day of Atonement so
1 that the populace who awaited out-
' side, would be aware of his move-
ments inside, even though they
1 could not see him. The same prin-
ciple is said to apply to the bells on
. ,r 1 .li:!.:. I.. 'V .- il '. .'"II
This page is prepared in Co-
| operation with the Spiritual Lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 0438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. R a b b i Maurice
Klein.
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman. ,j
Fridav 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Boulders
tor ComfortPebble's for consecra-
tion." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: The
Diagnostician and Purification.
the ark in an upright position
and not in reclining position?
According to the commentaries
on the early Codes, this is done so
that the Torah would be in a posi-
tion ready to be read. Apparently,
they once used to read from the
Torah while it was in a standing
position. Even today, when we read
the Torah as it lies stretched out
on the altar, it is still our custom
to have it stand in the ark. Some
claim that this is done so that it
is always ready to be taken out
and carried in such a position.
Others claim that this is done to
, lu .c-------. -. remind us that the Torah is always
the vestments of the Holy Scroll -(upright and asks of us also to con-
it being a means of making the siantly be in an upright position
congregrants aware of the presence
of the Scroll even if they could not
see it because of overcrowded con-
ditions in the congregation.

I Why is tht Holy Scroll placed Jn t
morally.

For each little effort tou'a'rd holi-
ness, Heaven endowi man richly.
TALMUD.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. "abol
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Friday 7:80 p.m. Sermon: "What Does
the Ilil'le Say'.' Saturday 11.1- >'"
Baa Mltsvah: Mlohele, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Landers.
TEMPLE BETHEL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ava. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: Troblems
in Prejudice." OumI speaker, Arnold
Forster. Saturday 10:< a.m.
TEMPLE BEThT SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structions!. Rar.t,l Morns Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:1- p.m. Sermon: Big Peo-
ple in a Small World." Sat.inlay 10:80
a.m. Sermon: Some Lessons from
Levltus."
TEMPLE BETrTsHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservat.va.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowit*.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Hebrew High Bab
bath. Quest speaker, Dr. Uwla Bon-
wartziuan. Saturday 9a.m.
TEMPLE BETH-SKO'.OM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Fridav 8:18 em s..iinon: Are Jews
Sensitive i" a 'Sick Society. At
On., Shabbat, Lester J. Waldman
will speak on "Do Jews Have a BuUt-
In Radar." Saturdaj 10:46 a,... Bar
Mltsvah Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs Samuel Segal, jr. Bruce, son ol
Mr and Mrs. Stanley lYrlman.
e
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 168O0 NW
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi lrvirj|
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. |
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th s.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday B:18 p.m. Quest speaker, Her*
man Edelsberg, Washington represen-
tative of the Anti-l)efamation l.ea-
KUe, will discuss "Democracy at Wor'4
The Washington Scene." .

TEMPLE JUOE. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker. Alex-
ander P. Miller, national director,
communltv service division AMI-
Defamation League of B'nal B'rttB.
Satiinlav 1- :'." a.m. Bar MttsvahJ
Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Ijp-
son.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Native
Soil." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "l"or
tion of the Law." Bar Mltsvah: Allen*
son of Mi. and M,s. Henrj Miller
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. an Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Fridav 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "To Kill li
Mockingbird." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Ban
Mltsvah: Robert, sun of Mr.'and lartja
Ilav lielitsky. I
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMr.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Benno M. Wallach.
Frlda) 8:15 p.m. I
a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday 8:80 p.m Sermon: "Prophets)
and Proflta." Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Covenants with Qod."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 958
Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabOl
Leo Heim. I
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man.
Fridav K:?.0 p.m. Sermon: A servanS
Of Qod." Oneg Shabbat bust: Sisle:-
hood.
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dix*
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldott
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Nau.
Fridav VI.'. p.m. Sermon: "Hebrew-.
The Holy language." Onec Bttabbal
host: Sisterhood Saturday 9 a.m.
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. ,
CANDLWGHTING TIMC
2 Nison 6:25 p.m.


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vJewisli fkwidHairt
Friday, April 6. 1962
Rabbi Kronish
To be Heard
."Gideon." the Biblical drama by-
Paddy Chavefsky. now currently
on Broadv.ay. will be reviewed by
Pabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leacf-
er of Temple Beth Sholom. at a
hook revie series sponsored by
Temple Sisterhood on Tuesday,
J2.30 p.OI in the Temple Chapel.
Rabbi K. inish will have return-
c i from Now York where he saw
1 e play Prootpds irre tor-the
Sisterhood's religious school sub-'
- i I Harvey E. Kram-
er is Sisterhood president, and
Mrs Alexan ler Robbins is book re-
view project chairman.
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LONDON
LOS ANGELES
CHICAGO
LEGAL NOTICE
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Chief the Honorable Samuel Ladoke Akitola, Premier of West-
ern Nigeria (left), on a visit to the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence in Rehovoth, Israel, receives a copy of "Science and the
New Nations" from Abba Eban, Israel's Minister of Education
and president of the Weizmann Institute. The book, edited by
Ruth Gruber, contains the proceedings of the International
Conference on Science in the Advancement of New States
held at the Institute last August.
Syrians Fight First and Warn Second
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IT irote
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LONDON ( JTA 1 Syria has
warned the major powers that if
Israel proceeded with plans for di-
version of Jordan River waters,
this would be a threat to peace and
security, it was reported here this
week from Beirut.
Syrian Premier Maarouf Dawali-
bi received the envoys of Britain.
1 e United States. Rumania and
Russia, the only Security Council
member states represented diplo-
matically in Damascus to hand
them a memorandum which assert-
ed that Israel was continuing con-
struction work to pump Jordan
River waters from the Sea of Gali-
lee into channels leading to the
I Negev. .
The memorandum, at pub-
lished later in a Foreign Ministry
statement, recalled that Syria
had resisted similar efforts by
Israel in 19S3 and would do so
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again. At that time, Syrian gun-
ners repeatedly fired on Israeli
workers.
The memorandum said that the
Israel-Syrian armistice agreement
provided that neither party should
achieve any gains by unilateral ac-
tion. The memorandum argued
that successful diversion of the
Jordan River would enable Israel
to absorb a few million people
"thus causing a new threat to the
Arab world."
Syria also contended that Israel
could not. under international law.
change riparian states rights by
unilateral action and that the proj-
ect would increase the salt content
of the Sea of Galilee "thus harm-
ing Arab lands." The memorandum
added that "the plan was no less
dangerous to the Arabs than the
creation of Israel.
LEGAL NOTICE^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
I.* signed, dealt Ing to engage in
ihisin.s.< under the flctltloua name of
RICHARD R. TENZEL, VI O., at 111"
N I-: IsJnl Si Mo Miami Beach, Fla..
Intend* to register Bald num.- with the
Clerk hi the Ctrculi Couri ol Dade
County, Floi Ida
TKNZE1. IR< 'FESSH X \:.
ASSOCIATION
i.i Fla. Profeasl inal Corp >
Sole ner
. Levenihal, 0 r> fcKrassnei
ai ioi ii. > f.n Applicant
111" N !: 16:trd St., N M. I'
8 23-30, 4 B-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE is HEREBY tltV'EN thai
the imiii s gii- I .: i i i.. i.. ; snail
|i|'. i-i 'I >!.< IB ASS'
C< 'I.i >R PRINTERS; n A N H O E
PRINTERS & I.I TIli MiR VI'HERS Hi
il N.E. 123th Street, North Miami
Intends to rcgistel aid na with
the i'li i k ol the Cli t of I 'ade
Count.v. Floi Ida
IVAN M KOENH1SBKIU!
Sole Ow ner
HENRY A KAMI'. A ttorney
122 I H ashlngton A\ i
i Miami Beach, Fla.JE 1-
10. 4 6-1S-20
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 69327-C
| IN RE Estate of
MAURICE 11 BRENNER.
Dece .-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Aaralnst Bald
Estate:
You. :niil e.icli of y.iii are hcr.-l>y
notified and required to presenl an)
claims and demands which you. or
either "f you, ma> have against the
estate of MAURICE II BRENNER
deceased late of DADE County, Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges
of bade County, and file the same in
their offices In the County C
house In Dade County, Florida, with-
in six it. nil;,r month?- from the date
of the fii st publli at Ion hei eof h id
claims oi demands i" contain the
legal address nl anl and to
b in i" .ind i ..~ afon -
said, -imii' 111 he bai 11 'I
Dat. March 21, A.D
REBECCA I BRENNER
As Exe ntrlx ..." the l.a.-l 'A ill and
'I'- i ml Min.. 11 r
Deceased
DANIEL NKAL HEI.I.ER
' Mo Alnslex Building
Miami 12. f i .ii.i
ai iin m ) for Exei utrlx
: 3 1-30, I 6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
RT
.

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t
the undersigned, desiring tu engagi
business under the fictitious name
REMARK OASIS RESTAURANT
3040 S.W 107th Avenue, .Minim
tends to register raid nun., with
I Clerk ol the Circuit Court of 1>
i Count;. Florida.
CIKORUE P. KRAMER
Hole i iw ner
a 23-30, I
rial
- in
of
at
in-
the
.i.l.
6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO I
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55594-A
IN RE; Estate of
i ITT<' A. I'ASSl.i IFF
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All in
Ing Claims o i lemi ndi As Ii
Estate:
You .i i. hei. i. nol tried and n
ed io piesei i an) clalins ..
mands hleh you maj have .,
the -i Hi ol I 'T'l'i i \ PAssi
ilei i a si .! lati of l ladi ' Ida, to thi Count i Judges
Co .iir -v. and file the n In
iii. and id il i Si
I'lol ill;, SI:. I U PS, ill '
the Coui i n i i.i.i.
ty, Flurl nil hln i\ ., .

publli ai Ion I ri "f. ... i he -..
lie 1,1,1 .
l .. -. i ii Mlam i
.la.-, ol March, t.D
Mi iLI.IE s P ,-.-'.
As I
A I'.i iNi iVITZ SI LVKII & S
Attorili fol Hxei an i\
6 il \ I.- Ii Building
Minim ..:'. Floi ill.I
. '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55561-A
IN RE: Estate of
THEODORE ROSANTONAK1
Di eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H.ir.
ine Claims or Demands Again
Estate
You an hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and .i-.
mamls which you iua\ have
the estate of THEODORE ROSAX.
TONAKI di censed lat.- of Dadi i
ty, Florida, to the county Judg.
Dade County, and file the ss
duplicate and as provided In -
733.16, Florida Statutes, in theli ..-.
fices in the Count) Courthousi
Had. County, Florida, within >i\ .;
endar months from the tlmi
first publication hereof, or thi
will be barred
Dated al Miami, Florida, tl
day of Ma i h, A I l62
m \i:v Rosanton \kl.;ai \\
As Exei
riEORGK \"li 'Ii' il.AS
Attorni i ;' : Exi ill i
1218 N.W. 7Hi St.
3 10, I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'| iTU'E is HEREBY GIVEN tl
' hi undi i gned, di si Ing to ens -
bualness under the fictitious I
I i & S ASSOCIA l'i:s .it 763 I:
Boulevard, Miami, Florida Inti
Ceglster said name with the i
i he Circuit i N>urt of 1 >adc i 'o
Florida
NORMAN .1 DAVIDSON
WILLIAM aiEGEL
MARTIN FINE
I Attoi ne> toi Applicants
1/13-30 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55547-B
IN RE: Estate of
LOUIS A SAMUELS,
I l,M ,'.,>,"ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims oi- Demands Againat Staid
Estate:
You arc- hereby notified and requir-
ed t" present any claim- and de-
mands which you nine have agalnsl
the estate of LOUIS A. BAM I'ELS
deceased late of Dade County, Floi -
Ida. to the County Judges of Dane
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
I the County Courthouse In Dade
[County, Florida, within six calendar
'months from the time of Die first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this L'Srd
day of March. A.t>. 1962.
ROSALIND W. SAMUELS
As Executrix
;ABE BCHONFELD
Attorney for Executrix
ISO Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
3/30. 4/0-13-20
Miller Electric Co.
of Miami, Ine.
OUAUTY CONTKACTING I SUVICt
3905 N.W. 37th Ct.
Ph. NE 3-2686
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, '-> engage in
business under thi fici il name ol
A-CHEM LAB at m" Palm Avenue
Hialeah. FNa., in! .. I to t glstei said
name Ith the Cleri the Oln uli
Court of Dade C Florida.
CHARLES AI MAN-
INEZ F.MMA.V
.1 .".ii. 4 6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 3058
SADIE LAPIDUS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GKORtiE I,APIHUS. DADE PED-
FTRAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION HE MIAMI.
GREATER MIAMI FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA-
TION, ami AMERICAN SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Defendant.s.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO DEFEND
You, GEORGE LAPIDUS, are here-
by notified that a Complaint for Dis-
covery, to Declare Mortgage i'utd and
Satisfied, to Establish Constructive
Trust and Eurther Equltabe Relief
has been filed againat you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorney. Mil.TON
AHTHI'K FRIED, 810 Alnslev Build-
ing. Miami 32. Florida, and file the
original Answer or rieacilng in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 23rd dav of
I April, 1962. If you fail to do so,
I judgment by default will be taken
| against you for the relief demanded
In the Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each w,.,k for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH PI.oltlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I'l.i Ida. this L'lst day of March, A.D.
1962.
E It LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Count]. Floi Ida
'seal! B) : HELEN K ESSLER
I 'eputj i "lerk
MIl.TiiN- AHTIII'll FRIED
nslej Building
Miami ::j. Florida
Ait.irn.> f,,i Plain
83-30, 4 6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name
AI.STKVi: APARTMENTS at 640 ^,
Street, Miami Beach, Florida Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit, Courl of Dade O
Plot-Ida.
samuel yanowitz
Minnie yan< >witz
K'i i\- N I: It ,Y- M A V N 111:1 M Kit
Attorneys for Alsteve Apartments
S/I0, -i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirini; to engagi
business tinder the fictitious name il
Pfil.A APARTMENTS at 1600 Pern
svhania Av.-niie. Miami Beach, Floi
irla. intend to register said name uitli
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade
t'liunt). Florida.
Alt! IN SNIAP
I'111. A S.VIAD
SAROLD SHAPIRO
tlorneys for
Aron Sniad & Pola Snlad
3/30. 4/6-1S-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 55474-C
IN RE: Estate of
HENRY A. LASKO,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sam
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to presenl any claims and ai
mands which you may have Mfln*
the eatate of HENRY A. i.asko .i--
ceased late of Dade County. V'"''',
to the County Judges of Dade < oimt}.
and file the same in duplicate a u
provided in Section 1UM. ''..,,'
statutes, in their offices n the coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade Count}, nor
Ida, within six calendar months rrom
the time of the first publication here-
of, in the same will be barren
bated al Miami, Florida, this 18th
das of March. A.D. 1962
OSCAR L LASKO
TAl.lANnl'l'.' WALLER .* LIT MAN'
Attorneys for Executor
420 Uni oln Rd U ami Bea j i i;_..
**
Old
Milwaukee
HENRY E. MANGELS CO.
3550 N.W. 58th ST.
Miami, Florida
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
613 N.E. 1st Ave.
FR 4-1034
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/Friday. April 6. 1962
*3cni Page 7-C
LEGAL NOTICE
'----- NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTU-B IS IIKKKHV GIVEN that
inderslgned, desiring to encage In
.".'. ss under the fictitious name of
,,,-KKY SlJlPL.ua PRODUCTS
v w S7th Court, Hlaleah in-
... reaititer -"id name with me
,., the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
i ki ii'KKY, Bole owner
Goldman, (Joldsti In A Pac*ler
. v fur Registrant
i |- i|i spc t
M l.i Ml
I'l.....I.I
:i 16-38-80, 4/6
IN
\ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55458-B
[E Eiitate "f
iukk.ph i'anzh;
notice to creditors
tvi \\\ Creditor! and All Persona Hav-
'.. .......- or Demands AgaJnat said
nre hereby notified and requir-
> |o present any claims and demands
i,,li you may have against the es-
,.,. ..< Joseph danziu deceased
iai i'l Made (bounty, Florida, to the
Judges of Dado County, and
:. [he same In their Offlcea in the
County CourthotWe in Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
[he date of the first publication
it the. same will be barred.
IRENE PANZKi. Executrix
1 135 8.W. 13th Avenue
Miami. Florida
}1 ROBERT Kol.TNOW. Attorney
SJ9 vv. Flagler st.
:',n"- l/ir-M-SO. 4/<
\ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55454
IS rk Estate of
IKK H. KENDALL
, ., I.KIO IIAKol.D KENDALL
1 < ci aai d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors and All Persona Hav-
.:,: i'l.urns hi Demands Against Said
are hereby notified and requir-
. ui .mi claims and demands
. maj have aaainsl the es-
I.KK II KENDALL a it a
HAROLD K BNDALL deci asecl
Dadi County, Florida, to the
i rt| 0f Dade County, and
. -..in. in their offlcea in the
Courthouse In Dade County,
ivithln six calendar months
. dati "i the flral publication
r the Mini.' will be bai red
MARTIN D. VI IN ZAMFT,
Executor
V >N ZAMFT .> KRAVITZ
I
,: I.in, in Rd Miami Beach, Kla.
.1 Hi ::. 10, i 6
\ TKE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52031-C
is u :tate ot
MAI'KICE L KAPPLOW
lie., ased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Mi i ICE la hereby given tbal I have
I Final Report and Petition
!..i Distribution and Final Discharge
.- \iluiinistrator, C.T.A. of the es-
tat< ..I MAURICE L. KAl'I'LoW, ib-
.....I: .ml that on the Sth day of
I962, will apply to the Hnnor-
i County Judges .if Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said Final
Report in.I for distribution and final
discharge as Administrator. C.T.A. of
thi estate of the above-named dece-
1. in This, 13th day of March. 19(2.
METER CHAIKKN
KOMMBL& ROQER8
leys
420 I.mi..In Road
Miami Beach 3W, Florida
vmm
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
VI Sri
"Let's ask the Chief Rabbi where the
Mezuzah goes on this revolving door."
Copr. 1?62, Dayn.i Piodutlionl
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
buainess under th. fictitious name of
F*REEDM*ANS CLEANERS ..i 1718
T'.iii st Causeway, Miami, Florida In-
i, n.is 1.1 register said name with the
Clerk "f tin- Circuit emit ol Made
County, Florida ,
FREBDM VN'S DRY 'I BANERS
& LAl'NDRT CORP.
Sole iv. n. r
HAROLDSTRfMPF
Ait..,- for Applicant ^y.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ena
busin. sa under the fictlfloiia name ol
INSTALCO ..i 3693 E. Ilth Av. nue,
Hlab uli. I-1.' Intends t" reglsti r -." name win, the Clerk of Ih. Ircull
Court ui Dade County, I oridn
INTKRNATION VI. STR1 I I I RAL
Vl.l'MINI M IRPOR VTION
i A Michigan Corp.l
Calvin Sillier. Pres Bole Owner
ALBERT L. ROSEN
Attorney for Applicant
'"" ''""1" l:""' J3-30, l 8-13
:l/16-:>3-30, 4/6
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 GEORGE HUFF,
Plaintiff,
ELIZABETH HUFF,
Defendant. _....
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: ELIZABETH HI" Eh
Apt. 420; 2:14 W. Adams Blvd.
I...s Angelea, California
u kli/.abetii HUFF, .ire here-
' ..... Ii<.1 ... '. .ii.i. -I ...I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 3311
1" IRIITHY MAY TURNER,
Plaintiff,
\.
ROBERT WILSON TURNER,
I', f. ii lanl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l'i Ri IBERT VVILSI -N TURNER
c-o Natlm i illsl ngi'
\\ rton, D.C.
V. :. Rl IBURT W1LSI IX TURNER,
are hen l>.\ nol II i. .1 thai .i BUI of
. omplalnl for I l\ on has hei i
nmiinsl > "i. milI required i"
^. \. ., copj of \ ..in A nswer oi Plead-
Ihe i^ill of ComplaJnl on the
Plaintiff's attorney, CHARLES M.
KELLY, 1.12.1 B. Itli Ave., Hlaleah,
I- lorlda, ..ml i the i-in il
..i- I'leadlnii In th. if Ih. ("lerk
. f i ii.- 'irinit Conn ore ll
joth day "i April, 1962. If you fall to
no .... judgment li> d( fault 111 bi
taken against you foi the relief de-
manded ii. th.- Hill ni Complaint.
Tliis notice shall be published once
a.-li vv.-.-k lor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
i lorlda, tliis JTih da) of March a D.
1902
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Klorida
(seal) Bj K M I.Y.MAN.
Deputy Clerk
.: 30, I 8-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
'h.. undersigned, desiring t- enga I
business under the fictitious na..... of
SINKI.-i: APARTMENTS at 700-710-
1720 I.. i'i.\ Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida int.-ml t>. register aald name
with ilu- Clerk of the Circuit Court
of l >ade 'ountj Florida.
NATHAN BADAT
REBECCA BADAT
JACK 11 HI KIMS
; Ml..i in y 1L'n Lin,., In ltd.
' Mil,mi Beach :;. l l...
___________________________3. Iii-2:i-:i. I K
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2548
I JUAN ANTONIO VAZQUEZ
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROSA VAZQUEZ
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROSA VAZQUEZ
:;i.',ii Mi. Pleasant St., N.W.
Washington, l>.<'.
TOU. ROSA VAZQUEZ, :!!! N.W.
Mt. Pleasant St., Washington, D.C,
are required to file your answer to
the Complaint for lhvorce, with the
Clerk oi ih-- above Court, and serve
a copy thereof upon Glno P. Negrettl,
Attorney. !>l(i-ll Congress Bldg., Mi-
ami. Florida, on or before April Ifi,
1062, or .-Is.- complaint will be taken
as confessed.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Jth
day of March, 1962.
i: II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Had. County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. i.y.man,
1 leputy < 'lerk
3/16-2:t-3l>. ,4'
IN THfc COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Probate No 46677-B
IN RE:
i luitrdianship of
SANDRA CROOKS, a Minor.
NOTICE
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the
cuardlan in the above mattei having
i,. n dec. ased and a n.-w guardian
ha\ iuu i.. ii .ii. ... ii'. i for the minoi
n ilu atati oi !' i' i i ii' ret id......
Stati "i N'.w York, tin- undersigned
p. iiti ii. i tt ill nii.\. tin- i '..iirt to
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewisti Fk/rrofian
solicits your leqcl notices.
We appreciate your
patronag > and guarantee
accurate service ci legal
rales .
Dial Fit 3-4K05
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
nil funds i.. ih. N. w York
suardian and pa.v mi al toi ni > i' i nd
. lose "us i h. withil.....i -
ler "ii ih" -"Hi day "t April,
MILTON \ IKIi:i'MAN
Attoi :i' Estal
1111 Ain-i. : Building
M ..mi :'.:'. Kloi Ida
:; 23-30, I S-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I-- HEREBY II1VEN that
, del signed, desiring t i g ige In
'" fictitious name of
si:, -i >N 11 \\T. TV it N W. r.lili
St.. in 'ity ..I Miami, l-m Intends to
i ... ., :.iiii" whii Hi.- Clerk oi
the Circuit c.nirt ..f Dade County,
.,1 .Miami. I'i.i.. this
1 lih da) of March, 1962.
EDWARD W. KLEID
:: :::-::n. I '6-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2^t:
VIOLA BUB,
Plaintiff,
v v
OSCAR IM'li.
I '. i. n.lant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: t 'SOAK IUI!
Ivy Hill Apartmi ntc, Al i. 15E
240 Mt. V"i non I'In
Newark, New Jersi I
You. OSCAR nun, ..r. h.r.b> no-
tified that a Hill of Complaint for l>i-
voi.e has been filed against you, and
you .no required to serve a copy .t
your Answer or Pleading to the Hill
ot Complaint on the Plaintiffs attoi-
nej \N'i;i:i.o A. A LI, te" Ainsley
Building, Miami :;l'. Florida, and file,
bi original Answer ..r Pleading In
th. offlc. "f the Clerk I th< circuit
Court on or in for. ilu 33rd daj of
April, 1962 If you fail to do s... jihIl-
in. nt b> default will In n against
von f.i tin :. l if demanded in the
Bill of i 'omplaint.
Tliis nol..... ahall bi hi u on. e
,.,. i, u ., i.,, ion .I,-, i ..:i\. weeks
in THE JEWISH ELOR1DIAN.
I 'I IN E AND IRDERE1' .it Mian I,
Ihls 19th .i.n I March, A I'.
I9B2.
i: i; LEATHERMAN Clerk,
. ..,.. I '.oi. Count; I- i"i Ida
is. .il. By: HELEN KESSLER
i ..;nil;. '
vNC.EI.ti A ALI
-.. > for l 'lalnl il
i ki Unsli > Building
Miami :::. tloi Ida
i ..- S
by notified 'bat
for Divorce has
Bill of C
l|| n filed
nplalnt
against
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 13451
c \"i: VALENTB,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
MILDRED REQ1NA POWELL
x'i'i:.
.i.mt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To MII.IHtKP ItEUINA
ItiWELL VALENTB
I'.ti Box in. WhlteHouaa
Jacksonville, Klorida.
You, MII.HUICI) BEOl.NA POW-
ELL VALENTB, P.O. Box 141. Whlte-
lloitse, Jacksonville, Florida, are re-
' to file your answer to the com-
lamt for divorce, with the Clerk of
Above Court, ami serve .' copy
upon Glno P. Negrettl, At-
ii 910-11 Cnnrfress Bldg., HI
~> R 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, on
I" fore April 19, 1962, or else cum-
in will be taken an confessed
Dated this '.'th day of March. 1962.
i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
".nil Court, I >ade County. Florida
-al) By: K. M. I.YMAN.
Di puty Clerk
3/16-23-30. 4/6
the
you. and sou arc required to serve
I cops of your Answer or
the Bill of Complaint
iff s Attorney, Sanford M. > >'" |".
819 Seybold Building, Mtam *2, Hor-
i.i., and file He original Answer ,,,
Pleading In the office ol the < >i k of
Circuit court on oi before tn
lav of April, I92. if sou fall to
,i .... Judgment by default will be
i,k,n against sou for the relle de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
', tub JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
'"OONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
i-i. ;.. t... thla 20th da> of March a.o.
"'"' i- is LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit court. Dade County. Florida
,TOal) By: HELEN KESSLER
li.puty < lerk
3 28-80, l I 13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54786
IN RE: Estate of
Li EN IA TANNER
I'. .-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims ur Demands Against s.iai
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which sou may lias.- against the es-
tate oi GENIA TANNER deceased
late ..f st. Joseph County, Florida, to
' in County Judges of Hade County,
and file iii. same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in tli.il offlcea in the C.....i-
iy Com in..us.- in Bade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time oi th.- first publication here-
r. or th.- sum., will be barred.
I i.ii. .1 .ii Miami, l-'I'H Ida, this Ith
da] "I February, A I. 1962.
BERNARD OPPERMAN
As Administrator
MIl.ToN A I R1FJDMAN
sit., ii.s ii.i h-state of Clenia Tanner
nil Ain-l.-s Building
Miami 12, lorida
:: 23-30, I 8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56448-B
IN RB: Estate of
WILLIAM JANDRBLL
""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltprs and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
'"You.iic hereby notified and re.|iiir-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 2660
AIM.i is y. UUERRA
Plaintiff,
vs.
EMMA C. (ioN7.AI.KZ ODERRA
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: i:\ima i;i ,N"/A1.|-/. CI'I'IKHA
Ban Lasaro l7t>. :ird piso, Apt. 10
Igulla v Crespo.
Ilabana. Rep. de Cuba.
VOl', EMMA C. c.oN/.Al.l'-./ QUBR-
RA, San Lasaro 170, Ird plao, Apart;
10, bciween Aniiila and CraapO, Ha-
vana. Rep. de Cuba, are required to
file your answer to the complain! tor
divorce, with the Clerk of the above
Court, and serve a copy thereol upon
Qlno p, Negrettl, attornej 9l"-li
Congress Bldg., hi M.B. 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida, U.S.A., on or before
April IB. 1812, .Is,- complaint will
. n as confess...1.
Dated, thla 13th das of March, 1962.
!: B LEATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court. Hii.l" i'.."ins Florida
..il Bj K. M. I.YMAN
Deputy cieia
3/16-23-30. 4/6
ed to i*. sent any claims and demands ij,. i.:.
whi.h yog may V^v,!'cT,'-, i'"' S!"
late of WILLIAM JANDRBLL de-------------
ceased late of Dade /'onnts. Klorula IN TH
NOTICE UNDEM
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
Hi., undersigned, rteslrliis to engage In
im-iii.ss under the fictitious name of
THE PLORFiNCE APARTMENTS at
s:tl mth Street, Miami Beach, l-ln.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Clrcull Courl of l'ade
Countv, Hoi i.la.
FLORENCE GREENBERG
Sole Proprietor
PAUL KWITNEY
Aitoi n. s for Applicant
420 '''" '"*'1 ,.t.ao.4/
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 2709
.1 I KISI.AK Ml IRTGAOE
CORPORATION oh KLOKIHA,
Plaintiff,
s B.
MIGUEL 1-". BE LEON and HELEN
O, DE LEON, his wife, el al.
i defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: MIGUEL 1 DE LEI IN and
HELEN tl. DE I.ICON, his wife,
and hII parties claiming by
through or under them, if dead
or alive and if dead their un-
known h.irs. devise.s. legatees,
grantees, assignees, llenors, cred-
itors, trustees and all pai Iles
having or claiming t" have any
riuht. till.....' Inten s( In l>-
property herein described
Residence I 'nknown.
You are hereby notified that the
above eaptloned action bus been In-
Btlttiteil against you in Hi" Circuit
Courl of the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Dade Count} to fore-
close i mortgage upon the following
.I,-, i Ihed real property:
I...I I in Block 32." of CURTISS
PARK hi cord Ins to the Plat there-
of, recorded In Plal Book 50 al
Page of the Public Records of
l mdi ('"nil's. Chi Ida,
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs complaint with thi
Clerk of in.- aforesaid Courti and
serve H eopy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney, MARTIN FINE, Ilth Floor
Dade Federal Building, Miami 32,
Klorida, nol later than 16th das ol
April. 1062, or a Decree Pro Confeaao
\s ill he entered agalnsl > mi.
Dated: March 13, 1982,
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dnde Counts. Florida
is...ill Bs HELEN KESSLER
Deputy Clei k
MARTIN FINK
Attorney for Plaintiff
i ith Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
:: 16-23 80, I 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY M1VEN that
ml. i slgm d, de> Irlns t. ngage In
husln. under Ho fictitious name I
I >:l :i:i i.\l A\"S CLEANERS al '-'"--
Coral Way, .Miami. Florida Intend '
i, gist, i said name s. Ith thi Clerk r
Ii.. .' i. nit Court of I '. d< i 'oiiuty.
Florida.
BENJAMIN BECK
THOMAS .1 BR \N I VS
ARONOVITZ, SILVER A- SCHER
Attorm s s for Applicant*
607 Ainsl"> Building
Miami '.:'. l-'la.
' ii. I >;-i3-:o
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Ol
l-M'N FAIR RESTAURANT at 162J
Ttqli street Cans, was. North BUy
Village, tin.. Intends to register said
name with the Chris of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Klorida.
DAVID KLEIM \N, INC
. CU. Corp.
David Klelman, President
l-'i leda Klelman, Secretary
ARONOVITZ, SILVER A SCHBR
Attorney a for Applicant
607 ,\in-li s Butldlns
". I 6-18-20
to the County JudBes of Dade c,uni-
ty, and file the same in then offlcea
In tne .'..iinty Courthouse in I mile
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
""bar'"d l-HVLISSCRSIN
Executrix
ARTHUR BOTH. Attorney
1111 Ainsley BUlldlftg
M,.,::,. H.-rida ^ ^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
"NOTICE IS liKKKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
INIVKHSITY oNi: HOIK il.i:\N-
i.vi; at Mi S.W. -'Tth Vvenue, Ml
.,mi Florida Intend to register said
name with the Cleric of the Clrcull
Court of Dade County, Florida,
BENJAMIN BECK
THOMAS I BRANDYS
ARONOVITZ, SILVER .s. SCHER
At loiii.s s for Apnl ca n's
607 Alnaley Bi.ildiiiK
Miami a;', Florida .
t.33-30, 4/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55328 A
IN RB: Batata of
Ml I. l-.iUl) CHARLES 9TBINH M'.O'I
a k/a C. Steinhardt,
a/k'/a Max Steinhardt.
11. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
^-.,i! are hereby notified an.i r.-qutr-
.d to preaenl anj claims and demanda
which s"u maj has. agalnal the ea-
.:,,.. ot MILFH1RD CHARLES STEIN-
HAiti iT dei oasi il late of Dade Coun-
i i iiia, to the County Judgea of
County, and file the same ill
n, mtj i'"' rthouse
..I, C.....us. Florida, within six
ilar months fi iim the date of the
publication hereof, oi the same
Ls.
their
in D
calen
first .
will be barn I
i:\ A STEINHARDT,
\.111.ini-t i .i11 i\
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Ait.H in \ for Adminisi
241 Security T Bldg.
Miami 32, ,. .
g/ie-23-30. 4/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55459-C
IN RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM COHEN
O......ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Pi rsons Has -
Ing Claims or Demanda Agalnal Said
Kstate
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to presenl ans claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ol ABRAHAM COHEN de-
ceased late of Hade Coiinis. Florida,
io the Cuiints Judgea of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in their offices
iii the County Courthouse in Dade
i nun >. Florida, ss Ithln six i all ndar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same ssill
he b hi ed.
DAVID COLLIN
Admlnlstrai"i of Estate of
Al'V.iliam Coin
FA I NCFJ, KINK & Fl "RMAN
Bs Sanford s Haunci
Attorneys for Vdmlnlsti ator
i "i02 i '..in; i sa Building.
Miami IK .-".471
> 3 16-23-30, I. I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 3098
Il ISEPH '' S" 'OKKS,
Plaintiff,
\
ANN I STOKES,
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti I: ANN .1. 8TI IKES
287 Lakes i. ss \s.
Cambrldgi Mas-.
You, are hei eb> nol i:i. .1 that a Bill
of Complaint for Dlvorei has be.
filed agalnal you, and sou are re-
quired to serve a com of sour An-
swer "i Pleading i" the Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff*! attorney,
NORMAN s PALLOT, 506 Ingraham
Bldg Miami. Cla.. and file the oi i
inal Answer or Pleading in the offlc<
ot iii. clerk of ill" Circuit,Courl on
.1- before the 80th daj of April. 1962.
ii s.ai tail to do so, Judgment bj di
fault ssill be taken against you for
Hi. relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each ss.. i io, lour consecutive weeka
in THE' JEWISH IT.' IR1DIAN.
Ho.NK AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 22nd day oi March, A.D.
i'i'/'
E B i.i: \ riiKit.MAN. Clerk,
Circuit '"..ui i. Had. County, Klorida
(seal) Bs: K M I.YMAN.
Denut) I'ltih
3/30, 4/6-13-:'0
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(PHOTO OFFSET)
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Pace 8-C
vJenisf ftcridliar
Friday, April 6. I96j


k "Tirf ^^^B B
1
Phi Sigs Elect Officers
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami were to Meet Thurs-
day. 8:15 pm.. at the home of
- M'.lwn Harmon, 714 Cala-
trava. Coral Gables, for the organ-
z. tion's annual election of officers.
According to Mrs. Joseph Ed-
wards, public.ty chairman, plans
were also to be formulated for a
Phi Sig social event ichejuled
May 5.
LAST
2 DAYS
GRAND
Recipients of honorary degrees at a special academic convo-
cation at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yesruva
University are (left to right, Vice President Lyndon Baine=.
Johnson "in recognition of his many years of devoted service
to '.he nation;" Dr. Rene Jules Dubos, member end professor
c: the Rockefeller Institute, for "his myriad contributions to
medicine and the philosophy of health;" and to Nobel leureate
Dr. Ernst Boris Chain, for his "pioneering work in the dis-
cover.- of penicillin and his subsequent contributions to world
health.' The recent convocation marked the 10th anniver-
sary of the inception of the Einstein College. Albert Parker was
..-. of the anniversary observance.
Anti-Semitism on Decline,
But Rightist Ideas are Rising
ENOS AIRES fJTAj
ile .'. S actions in this
try have decreased in inten-
sity in recent months, "rightist
encies" in public opinion have
become more apparent. Dr Isaac
Goldenberg. president of DAIA.
! organization of Argentine
Jewry, said here this week.
Reviewing DAIA activities in
1961, Dr. Goldenberg said at a
conference that small but
Championships on Saturday
Championship playoffs and the
end of title races in all divisions
mark the last full week of play
at the Dania Jai-Alai Palace. All
championships will be awarded on
g night when the entire roster
v .11 b'.- intioduced individually. The
. Palace is already assured of
a record pari-mutuel handle for the
ieafcon. and may set new attend-
ance marks as well An increase
in the latter over last season is
already a certainty.
N. zi or-
lions are behind the r.
icies evident in Argentina.
He declared there ha- been an in-
crease in the distribution in Argi n-
tina of gross" anti-Semitic litera-
ture, imported from Mexico.
Dr. Goldenberg also deplored the
spread of the so-called "free educa-
tion" movement in '.his country's
public schools. Many public
schools, he said, are passing from
Federal governmental jurisdiction,
under the label of "free education"'
into the hands of provincial govern-
ments which permit the introduc-
tion of Catholic, religious education
into the public schools.
To help offset the rightist ten-
dencies. Dr. Goldenberg announced
the establishment of a Juan D.
Alberdi Prize to be awarded to the
person in Argentina who has per-
formed outstanJing work in the
field of increasing Jewish-Christ-
ian understanding. Alberdi was a
noted 19th century Argentinian
itlentified with the spread of demo-
cratic principles here
-

: ; miti
Riverside Names
Executives Here
Larrie S. Blasberg and Leonard
Zilbert have been named'vice pre--
of Riverside Memorial
Chape -. natii I meral home
in, by Morton Rosenthal. of -
V rk, president The mer.
[flees at River^de
1920 Alt- n rfl -

firm's chapels at
1717 SW 37th
Sky Lake,
Uiami Beacb is i
He is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami and the American
Academy of Funeral Services,
N.Y., and is licensed mortician
and funeral director. He also has
completed two years of military
service. Larr;e is the son of the
late Irving Blasberg, president of
Riverside.
Zilbert. of 7504 W. Treasure dr..
No. Bay Village, is married anu
has two children. He has been an
executive with Riverside for the
past 12 years. The Zilberts have
been local residents since i960, and
ar< from Ba;. side. L.I. In New
York, he was active with the Col.
David Marcus Lodge, Knights ot
Pythias, -r.d with the Masons.
He was recently named to the
board of governors of Gershwin
Lodge 196 and Miami Beach chap-
ter. Knights of Pythias. His wife,
;lind. was active in cancer care
ir. New York, and was board chair-
man of the Bayside chapter of the
National Cancer Foundation She
ha- a Bachelor of Science degree
from Columbia University.
During the past two years. River-
ide has spent over one-half million
dollars locally in beautifica'.ion and
construction. In New York, the
Bronx chape] was recently rebuilt
ut a co-: ol S250.0'XJ.
OPENING
NORTON TIRE CO.
6017 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.WEST HOLLYWOOD
OPEN EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M.
Sale Prices In Effect At All Stores
Throughout S. Florida See Acdresses Belc.v



SAVING IS FUN AT 101
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office building at 101 N.K. First Avenue. It's worth-
while, too. At Flagler Federal your money earns at the
new higher rate of 4X%, and you now receive divi-
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FREE TRANSFER of funds from anywhere in the United State*.
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before April 20th and earn dividends from April J
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All focrory-new Not Seconds Not Dis-
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SALE PRICED !
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IN WRITING BY
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ALL SALE PRICES INCLUDE
APPLICABLE COUPON FROM
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BOOK DRIVE IN AND ASK
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General Diagnosis and X-Ray
Colonic Irrigations
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PHONE PI 7-7234
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-IT'S GOOD FOR A LIFETIME.
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CONVENIENT
LOCATIONS
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COMPANY, INC
Electrical Contractors
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS
MAINTENANCE
PAUL FOSTER, president
AIR CONDITIONING and
ADEQUATE WIRING
2264 W. FLAGLER ST. HI 8-2671
Nights, Sundays A Holidays Dial
HI 3-0922
5300 M.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Hours and All Day Sunday
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Page 16-B **H/*f fkrkfictn Friday. April 6, 1962 THE FOLLOWING CONCERNS ARE UNDER STRICT SUPERVISION OF THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER Ph.D., LiM.D., Director 'With the Help of G-d' AND ARE COMMENDED TO GREATER MIAMI JEWRY AS CERTIFIED nos^i KOSHER FOR PASSOVER, 1962 BORDEN'S DAIRY 7103 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami FLORIDA DAIRIES, INC. 2534 N. Miami Ave., Miami FOREMOST DAIRIES, INC. 2165 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami HOME MILK 2451 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY 6851 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami ***•%  y. SEALTEST DAIRY 62 N.E. 27th St., Miami VELDA MILK CORPORATION 501 N.E. 181st St., Miami O SEASHORE FOOD & PICKLE PRODUCTS 13480 Cairo Lane, Opa-Locka CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. OF FLORIDA 1125 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami O COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF MIAMI 301 N.W. 29th St., Miami COTT BOTTLING COMPANY 7130 N.W. 35th Ave., Miami FLORIDA JUICE, INC. 2700 N.W 2nd Ave., Miami PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF MIAMI 1251 N.W. 36th St., Miami SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO. OF MIAMI 5901 N.W 27th Ave., Miami SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, INC. 3601 N.W. 55th St., Miami BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME 310 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 0 CROMWELL KOSHER HOTEL 110-20th St., Miami Beach $ HARFENIST DAIRY & MEAT KOSHER RESTAURANT 1381 Washington Ave., Miami Beach O MICHEL'S KOSHER RESTAURANT 940 7 1st St., Miami Beach 0 SOL'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET 7446 Collins Ave., Miami Beach IT IS ESSENTIAL WHEN ORDERING ANY PRODUCTS FROM THESE CONCERNS TO SPECIFICALLY DEMAND "KOSHER FOR PASSOVER," AS IN SOME INSTANCES VARIOUS PRODUCTS ARE MANUFACTURED UNDER THE SAME BRAND AND NOT ALL ARE KOSHER FOR PASSOVER.



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iday. April 6. 1962 +JewlstnoridlSari Page 13-B garJHi ee As a W'ft t o subscribers. The Jewish Floridian will present fr_. fcr the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Bex 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the narre of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, ho—'e address and telephone nurcber. The corsage will be fc-.varded to you courtesy of Blackstane Flower Shops in.time fcr the occasion. Stuart Cypen .. Lehrman will officiate tar Mitzvah of Stuart Alan, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cypen, iuring services at Temple I -El on Saturday morning, Stuart is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High, where he on the conduct honor roll and plays viola in the orchestra. He is a member of the Stamp Club. A luncheon in his honor will be held at the Algiers hotel following tin ceremony. • Robert Belitsfcy Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of Mi and Mrs. Ray Belitsky, will be cbsi rved Saturday morning, Apr, 7,, at Temple Ner Tamid, with Rabbi! nciau. Eugene Labovitz officiating. I ( celebrant is a student at Nau-, ilus Junior High and in the Temple's religious school. A reception in his honor will fol lew the services. Talmudic College to Begin Classes Soon; Orthodox Vaad Marks Fifth Anniversary Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiritual leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, this week announced that classes will soon begin at the re\ eently-chartered Talmudic Theological College of America. The college will be situated on a site next door to the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth of Florida at 7801 Carlyle ave.. which is now celebrating its firth anniversary. According to Rabbi Ever, the Talmudic College will complete the pattern that began with his establishment of Agudath Isr/el Hebrew Institute and expanded with the Vaad on November 7, 1957. "The college will enjoy the advantage of close association with Levenberg," a history of 25 years of Judaism in America, published in 1939; "Holiday Symbols," in 1947; and "Two Worlds," a series of essays advancing solutions for social and religious problems, which appeared in 1956. For the latter he was granted a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Burton College of Colorado. The Beach spiritual leader is currently working on a fourth book, dealing with questions of lore and Jewish law. Officers of the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth of Florida are Herman Weintraub, president; Philip Yasser, vice president; Sam Brick, secretary; William Cohen, treasurer; and board of directors, Morris Block, Harry Cammer, Charles F.ichen, Max Goldberg, Samuel llorshkowitz. Sam Klein. Morris Samewitz and Moishe Sterling. Rabbi Ever this week announced the appointment of Reuben Gubernian as executive secretary and director oi_comnuinitv^ relations o£ Talmudic College! Gubcrman's [unction will be to coordinate the activities of the center of Hebrew %  < holarship with the needs and activities of the community. Guberman has a long background of business writing and business Bystems analysis. Mrs. Friedman Tells Candidacy Sylvia S. Friedman, wife of Judge i Mrs. Friedman, a native of South i Milton A. Friedman of Miami, an-1 Carolina, has lived in Miami for day to day religious pracCV-s nounced this week her candidacy i the past 22 years. She is the moth.i .i. i._ i„...i.,k T *:...* „„j f.v*. nnmnor^iifi ctiln rnmmiHoA. r.tnf Hnn.ilH 90 sn hnnitr prnduato Slvart Cypen Judith Stein Steven, in the seventh grade at Shenandoah Junior High School, is an avid stamp collector. Rabbi Norman Shapiro will olMorris Susaneck Morris Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Susaneck, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr. 7. at Tifereth Israel Congregation. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman and Cantor Albert Glantz, the celebrant's grand uncle, will officiate. Both his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rose Borkin, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Tillie Susaneck, will be present at the ceremony. The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High. • • • Judith Stein Bar Mitzvah of Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stein, will be celebrated Saturday morning, Apr. 7, at Temple Emanu-El, with Dr. Irving Lehrman offieiating. \ -venth grade student at Nau-] tiluJunior High, Judith is on the i scholarship and conduct honor rolls. lier hobbies include water sports ar-d art. A reception for her friends will be held Saturday evening at her I • Steven Sodikoff Donald Sodikoff, son ol Mrs. Maurice Sodikotr. will .: h a' Beth David Andrew Linch Andrew Mark Linch, son ol Mi and Mrs Abraham Linch. will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David services on Saturday, Apr. 7. Andrew is in the seventh grade at Shenandoah Junior High School. His hobbies include coin collecting and sports. Rabbi Norman Shapiro will of ficiate. Death Cancels Bar Mitzvah The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Lipson at Saturday morning services of Temple Judea was canceled abruptly this week immediately following the sudden death of his grandfather, George Miller. Steven is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Lipson, 409 Miller rd., Coral Gables. He is a seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Rabbi Mordecai Podet and Cantor William Royal were to have officiated. through the Agudath Institute, and will have the additional advantage of working with the applied tenets of Kasruth through the Vaad," Rabbi Ever explained. The spiritual leader pointed out that "the Orthodox Vaad now supervises many dairies and beverage companies, as well as a long list of Kosher establishments, on a regular basis. The Vaad also supervises many of the finer Kosher hotels and restaurants." Rabbi Ever was ordained in 1935 as an Orthodox Rabbi, with his ordination bearing specific mention ol "Yore Yore" and "Yodin Yodin," dietary and ritual laws, as well "as civil laws. His ordination at the New Haven-Cleveland Orthdox Rabbinical Seminary of America was signed by Rabbi Judah H. Levj enberg, world-renowned rabbinical j scholar, and Rabbi Uri Meyer Cir-j lin, late Dean of the Los Angeles Yeshiva. Rabbi Dr. Ever is author of "Biography of Rabbi Judah H. for Democratic State Committeevoman. This is her first venture into the field as a political candidate. MKS. MIUTON FRIEDMAN er of Ronald, 20, an honor graduate of Miami High School, now attending the University of North Carolina; Kenneth, 18, now serving as state president of the Junior Order of B'nai B'rith; and a daughter Judith, an honor student at Shenandoah Junior High. Known for her activities in PTAs and civic endeavors. Mrs. Friedman has felt the need "for a sfonger, more unified Democratic Party in Florida." "A strong America needs a strong Democratic Party to best carry out the principles of democracy," Mrs. Friedman explained, "and I feel qualified to give leadership in this area because of my activities and educational background." Mrs. Frieman majored in government at the University of South Carolina and the University of Miami. Election for the position of State Committecwoman takes place on May 29. Apr. 7. Candidates Will Answer Queries Congressional candidates will be guests of the Citizens Action League on Monday evening at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy dr. A question and answer period has been set aside for each candidate, Appearing will be Sen. W. "Cliff" Herrell, Sen. Claude Pepper. County Commissioner Charles .an Dante FaHdl and Rep. David El In press your feelings to your loved ones SmD FLOWERS frcm the BLACKSTONE FLOWER SHOPS of the eldest in Greater Miami Just none zing you 24 hours ... 7 days UNlon 6-1*33 Listen to Radio Station WKAT, 1360 on your d:ol, every Sunday at 7:35 P.M., to the comments ot the .„..., _,. ru HONORABLE JUDGEI MULVIN ENC-IAN0IR. VICE MAYOR OF MIAMI BEACH Miami Chapter Donor Luncheon Mrs. David A. Hesse, donor chairman, has announced that Miami Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will have its annual donor luncheon in La Rondfc room of the Fontainebleau hotel on Tuesday noon. A candlelighting ceremony, prepared by Mrs. Meyer Forer, will commemorate the tenth anniversary of the chapter, with a membership now of over 200 women. Presentation of service awards and entertainment by Larry Blue. singer and accordion player, will be included in the program. Donor recorder is Mrs. Lilyan Brotman, and committee members are Mesdames Arthur Anderson, Leon Andress, Louis August, Joshan, Aaron Bellinkofl irchansky, Dorothy Dittman, Ducnon, Murray Glad /. Ethel Lackey, Harry Peru '• living Schwartz, Maurice I David Weisberg. we put all our EGGS in one basket! J Mahi Temple at Services < { Members of the Mahi Temple ts ol Beth David i ; on at I idaj i ; ;' s n Lc< 8 this • > eek. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro '. will officiate, assisted by Cantor William W. Lipson. PASSOVER SEDERS (Strietly Kosher) SERVICETCONDUCTED BY Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Cantor Edward you are invited I^JJ CHOIR DIRECTED BY ELI SAMUELS WEDNESDAY EVENING APRIL 18, at 6:30 ML Temple Men or 620 %  75th STREET $12.50 for Non-Members THURSDAY EVENING APRIL 19, at 6:30 PM. ah S o c i a MIAMI BEACH I Hall EACH NIGHT ALL-INCLUSIVE $10 for Members ^"RESERVATIONS CALL THE TEMPLE AT UN 6-0221 HAS EVERYTHING KOSHER FOR PASSOVER THE WORLD S FINEST MATZOS, EGG MATZOS AND MATZO MEAL, Gefilte Fish • Borscht • Potato Lotke & Kugel Mixes • Preseives Cakes and Cake Mixes • Candies • Condiments • Coffee, Tea and dozens of other Passover Delicacies ... Distinctive in Taste, Distinguished for Quality, and Dedicated to Kashruth. Under Rmbbtrvcmt Supervision of rr; RABBI AARON S0L0VEICHIK ARON STREIT. INC., 150 RIVINGTON ST, NEW YORK.*. %  SAVE 5c STREIT'S ON ONE 32 oz. JAR OR TWO 16 oz. JARS OF NEW WHITEFISH AND PIKE FISH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER BAKERS OF YOUR rAVOR'TE MATZOS TAKE THIS COUPON TO YOUR FOOD STORE TODAY! Mil iu:.\i,i:it: The bearer of thl coupon la entitled to 5c off '>n the purchase ••f l ql J; r -' pt Jars STRB1TS Whlteflsh & Plki I o, HI-Qrade Pood Co. will redeem thli roMtyon phis Jc handling proving pun ol sufficient stock i ver coupons redeemed be sli <\vn wli> I'equ< -' % 



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,k. r W i ovnan s 1i/oM ISABEL GROVE Linda Easton, a junior majoring in psychology at Wellesley College in Mass., was named a Wellesley College Scholar at the annual Honors Day Convocation there The citation is awarded to students who have a "high level of achievement" ... A graduate of Coral Gables High, Linda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Easton, 551 Geronimo dr., who recently announced her engagement and approaching marriage to Paul Kalos, of Freeport. L.I. %  %  • The young couple plan to be married this summer Also on the collegiate front, Marianna Youngerman, junior majoring in social welfare and public education at Florida State University, Tallahassee, has been elected delegate to the student council from her dorm She's also president of Hillel Reyna Ales Youngerman, 3000 Prairie avc., are expecting their laughter home for vacation .'. Another here for spring vacation. Arthur Sater. third year major in Spanish at Western Kentucky State University, arrived i: time to greet a brand new niece. Natalie, daughter of sister Barbara and Marvin Haven Arthur is the son of Mrs. Pauline Sater %  • It will be a full house for the Leonard Zilberts. of 7504 W. Treasure dr.. No. Bay Village, when their offspring. Diane and Sheldon, entertain former classmates from Long Island schools the holiday .. Spotlight on Brown University's track team when the school's alums honored them at Miami Springs Villas during the South Florida alumni club meeting there this week. HC • Double birthday celebration at Gallaghers last Sunday night Mrs Eve Chanin dinner hostess to her two lovely daughters and their husbands Accepting best wishes for many more, the former Honey Chanin. now Mrs. Herb Salzman. and Stan Baumann. with his Phyllis (nee Chanin) Gay evening continued at JaiAlai and ended hours later at Juniors Eighty guests gathered at the Deauville on Saturday night for cocktails and dinner, many to say a temporary farewell to winter residents returning to homes in Chicago and New York Co hosts, Sarah and Jerry Sugcrman and Hattie and Sidney Band Sarah in floral peau de soie with draped bodice and bell skirt over a narrow underskirt Blond Hattie in all-over sequined white sheath Saying au revoir as they prepare to leave for the north, the Leon Goldmans, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Circus, Mr. and Mrs lsadore Spitz, Mrs. Ethel Osman, Sidney's brother, Alvin Band Samuel Dainer. and Sidney and Blanche Lewis, the latter celebrating her birthday Accordion player supplied the accompaniment for the many gay and nostalgic songs Debghtful luncheon recently in the Louis Phillipe room of the Kontainebleau hotel, with hostess Mrs. Betty Finegold most attractive in a deep turquoise shantung sheath with beaded bodice and matching coat Among the 40 guests, Mrs. Sylvia Friedman, frequent winter visitor from Cincinnati. • %  Miami Beach can now claim a bona fide Knight Bertram Scheuer of 5445 Pine Tree dr.. and New York, had the Royal Medallion conferred on him by Belgian Minister Carlos Van Belh^hen recentlv, making him a Knight of King Leopold II titation given by the Belgian Government "as a token of appreciation for the relationship established," by Bert, "to the mutual interest of Belgium and the United States in the field of economic and commercial development" Former Miami Beachite. Kenee (Mrs. Louis) Korda. now of New York, here with her two young ones Julian 6, and Susan 3 Thevrc houseguests of long-time friend, Mrs. Ted (Myrtle) Epstein Arrived in time to attend Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women's Angel luncheon at the Eden Roc last week ... She used to be a vice president of one of the local divisions ... Is looking forward to seeing many with whom she was active in the Mt. Sinai Garden Club and Brandeis. -* Attractive redhead, Trudi Hoffman, visiting with her Parents the Mark Hoffmans. of Miami Beach Very sought-after in Chicago for her unique commercial radio recordings with mood music and sweet talk ... Also here from the Windy City, Mrs. Lillian Kahn at the Sorrento for some sunshine and rest But more important 8 the chance to visit with the many friends she has here ****£**• when her late husband, Bernie Kahn, did public relations for the Saxony ... Ruby and Al Goldman, of Fu Manchu, will spend several hours of their 22nd wedding anniversary on Saturday evening attend ng Miami Beach High's spring concert with daughter Joan, who is a junior there. • *"" Iris and A. Budd Cutler, who's president of the Greater Mian,, Jewish Community Center, are entertaining local board mebers and guests attending the JWB national biennial at a late coffee oflowing the convention banquet Saturday night at the !" g !" hotel Assisting the hostess will be Mrs. DavidI Schuham. Hw. Sam Cohen. Mrs. Sy Somerstein. Mrs. Jack Chernau. Mrs. Philip Samet, Mrs. Solomon Kann and Mrs. Howard Dunn Westbrooke Country Club members had so much fun in the ballroom dTnce contests last Saturday night, they a.mos; forgot the Twist Grand champions in balloons popped Jesrica and Irv Wallichs, with Dorothy and Herb BUM, runners.up And the Kenneth Feldmans found a few more Paces to HfeMiV than the Sid Effronsons did The Phil Frougs counting years it was their anniversary. HC • *•* Two popular matrons whose rapid recovery from surgery is pleas^ Si: friends, Mr, Charles (Ruth, ^J cupcrating at her home in Coral Gables and Mrs. Arthur Zwe.g enthal, convalescing in her home at 1717 Douglas rd. Art Bruns' Japanese Steak House at ;Miami Springs Villas being featured in coming issues of two national magazines International flavor of the music played by the trio at Josh Cohen's new Rathskeller at Congress Airport tan •J^Jg naturally Willy Mathias studied both the piano and accordion m Berlin, violinis Alex Roller is from Budapest, and pianist Rudy Chmelik, is from Vienna ... No doubt that's where Rudy also learned many of the baffling card and coin tricks with which he amuses the patrons of the Inn. Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, April 6, 1962 Section C The 1962 Israel Bond drive will officially open at the premiere Bond-With-Israel luncheon next Thursday, Apr. 12, at the new Doral Country Club under auspices of the Israel Bond Women's Division. Above, luncheon chairman, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (second from left), discusses final plans with her co-chairmen (from left), Mrs. Max Weitz, Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton, and Mrs. Jack S. Polick. The occasion was a brunch hosted by Mrs. Sam F. Danels for members of the luncheon committee Monday at Tony Sweet's. Woman Israel Diplomat to Bring Tribute To Bond Luncheon Here Next Thursday MMf. JUDITH BEIMN Women Helped At Conference B'nai B'rith Women's Councils of South Florida, under the leadership cf Mrs. David Sachs, senior citizens coordinator, provided a variety of services for the senior citizens conference conducted early this week at the Waldman hotel by the Southern section of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Volunteers, engaged in a cooperative effort with the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center throughout the year in offering service to the senior citizens program, helped as hostesses at the registration and information desk and in the preparation of souvenir kits. Included were Mesdames Frances Dreeben, Ruth Corey, Muriel Holmes, Esther Ginsberg, Ann Kaplan, Leonora Gerstenfeld, Rae Cohen, Sylvia Liebman. Leonora Curtis, Tina Katz, Dora Finegold, Betty Matlika, Hazel Rappaport, Lillian Smulson, Sally Sternstein. Billie Kern. Gert Hechler, Jean Gherman, Dora Wilson and Anna Krassner. One ^r Israel's most brilliant women has been selected personally to convey an unusual tribute to women of Miami at the premier Bond With Israel luncheon on Thursday. Apr. 12, at the Doral Country Club. Her Excellency Mrs. Judith Beilin, one of Israel's ranking Foreign Oifice Diplomats, currently serving as Consul of Israel in New York, will come to Miami as Israel's emissary for a tribute to Miami women, highlighted by the presentation of the Woman of Valor Award to Mrs. Elise A. Adams in ncognition of "her service and devotion to the cause of Israel and her exemplary leadership in the Israel Bond issue." The luncheon will be held under auspices of the Sponsors of Israel of the Israel Bond Women's Division. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton, Mrs. Jack S. Popick and Mrs. Max Weitz. Chairman of the Israel Bond Women's Division is Mrs. Jack Ki'tzman. Featuring the luncheon activities will be a salute from the craft industries of Israel who are sending gift diamonds to be presented as a token of esteem to Israel Bona Sponsors. The diamonds will be presented to the Sponsors by Mme. Beilin on behalf of Israel's craft industries. Honor will also be paid to the women Trustees of Israel of 1901. who will be presented with Standard Bearer Awards. Mme Belin has served Israel with distinction in many important Foreign Office posts, including a tour of duty at the United Nations. During the recent Eichmann trial, she was selected by the State of Israel to serve as Foreign Office liaison with the corps of hundreds cf correspondents covering the event for the press of the world. Just prior to her appointment as Consul, Mme. Beilin served as Israel's official spokesman in greeting distinguished visiting emissaries from around the world. In addition to achieving fame in her own right, Mme. Belin was the wife of one of Israel's most beloved public figures, the late Harry Beilin. who at the time of his death in 1959 was chief of protocol for Israel's Foreign Ministry. From 1954 to 1957. he had served as Israel's Charge d'Affaires in Denmark. Prior to that, he had bten Consul General of Israel to the 11 Western States of America. From 1938 to 1951, the Beilins participated in every phase of the establishment and development ot modern Israel. While her husband served as liaison between the Jewish Agency and the British mandatory government, Mme. Beilin was active in Haganah and also in the program of founding new settlements At the same time, she was for eight years on the staff of the Palestine Service. Following this, she worked for the underground radio station of Haganah. A special guest at the BondWith-Israel luncheon will be John Payne, *idely-known star of stage and screen. Goodman Group Meets Next Week I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah will meet Wednesday evening in the Mercantile National Bank bldg. On the agenda will be election of new officers, and highlight of the evening will be a memorial to the late I. R. Goodman, in whose honor the group is named. Final Oneg Shabbat meeting will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Jack Levine, 820 15th st.



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Pace 8-C vJenisf ftcridliar Friday, April 6. I96j K "Tirf ^^^B B %  "• 1 Phi Sigs Elect Officers Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami were to Meet Thursday. 8:15 pm.. at the home of M'.lwn Harmon, 714 Calatrava. Coral Gables, for the organz. tion's annual election of officers. According to Mrs. Joseph Edwards, public.ty chairman, plans were also to be formulated for a Phi Sig social event ichejuled May 5. LAST 2 DAYS GRAND Recipients of honorary degrees at a special academic convocation at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yesruva University are (left to right, Vice President Lyndon Baine=. Johnson "in recognition of his many years of devoted service to '.he nation;" Dr. Rene Jules Dubos, member end professor c: the Rockefeller Institute, for "his myriad contributions to medicine and the philosophy of health;" and to Nobel leureate Dr. Ernst Boris Chain, for his "pioneering work in the discover.of penicillin and his subsequent contributions to world health.' The recent convocation marked the 10th anniversary of the inception of the Einstein College. Albert Parker was ..-. of the anniversary observance. Anti-Semitism on Decline, But Rightist Ideas are Rising ENOS AIRES — fJTAj — ile .'. S %  actions in this try have decreased in intensity in recent months, "rightist encies" in public opinion have become more apparent. Dr Isaac Goldenberg. president of DAIA. organization of Argentine Jewry, said here this week. Reviewing DAIA activities in 1961, Dr. Goldenberg said at a conference that small but Championships on Saturday Championship playoffs and the end of title races in all divisions mark the last full week of play at the Dania Jai-Alai Palace. All championships will be awarded on g night when the entire roster v .11 b'.intioduced individually. The Palace is already assured of a record pari-mutuel handle for the ieafcon. and may set new attendance marks as well An increase in the latter over last season is already a certainty. %  N. zi orlions are behind the r. %  icies evident in Argentina. He declared there habeen an increase in the distribution in Argi ntina of ••gross" anti-Semitic literature, imported from Mexico. Dr. Goldenberg also deplored the spread of the so-called "free education" movement in '.his country's public schools. Many public schools, he said, are passing from Federal governmental jurisdiction, under the label of "free education"' into the hands of provincial governments which permit the introduction of Catholic, religious education into the public schools. To help offset the rightist tendencies. Dr. Goldenberg announced the establishment of a Juan D. Alberdi Prize to be awarded to the person in Argentina who has performed outstanJing work in the field of increasing Jewish-Christian understanding. Alberdi was a noted 19th century Argentinian itlentified with the spread of democratic principles here : ; miti Riverside Names Executives Here Larrie S. Blasberg and Leonard Zilbert have been named'vice pre-of Riverside Memorial Chape -. natii I meral home in, by Morton Rosenthal. of V rk, president The mer. [flees at River^de 1920 Altn rfl • • • firm's chapels at 1717 SW 37th Sky Lake, Uiami Beacb is i He is a graduate of the University of Miami and the American Academy of Funeral Services, N.Y., and is • licensed mortician and funeral director. He also has completed two years of military service. Larr ; e is the son of the late Irving Blasberg, president of Riverside. Zilbert. of 7504 W. Treasure dr.. No. Bay Village, is married anu has two children. He has been an executive with Riverside for the past 12 years. The Zilberts have been local residents since i960, and ar< from Ba;. side. L.I. In New York, he was active with the Col. David Marcus Lodge, Knights ot Pythias, -r.d with the Masons. He was recently named to the board of governors of Gershwin Lodge 196 and Miami Beach chapter. Knights of Pythias. His wife, ;lind. was active in cancer care ir. New York, and was board chairman of the Bayside chapter of the National Cancer Foundation She haa Bachelor of Science degree from Columbia University. During the past two years. Riveride has spent over one-half million dollars locally in beautifica'.ion and construction. In New York, the Bronx chape] was recently rebuilt ut a co-: ol S250.0'XJ. OPENING NORTON TIRE CO. 6017 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.—WEST HOLLYWOOD OPEN EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. Sale Prices In Effect At All Stores Throughout S. Florida • See Acdresses Belc.v SAVING IS FUN AT 101 It's fun to save at FLAGLER FEDERAL'S new home office building at 101 N.K. First Avenue. It's worthwhile, too. At Flagler Federal your money earns at the new higher rate of 4X%, and you now receive dividends four times a year. 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/Friday. April 6. 1962 *3cni |o present any claims and demands „i,,li you may have against the es,„.,. ..< JOSEPH DANZIU deceased iai i'l Made (bounty, Florida, to the Judges of Dado County, and %  :. [he same In their Offlcea in the County CourthotWe in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months [he date of the first publication IT the. same will be barred. IRENE PANZKi. Executrix 1 135 8.W. 13th Avenue Miami. Florida }1 ROBERT Kol.TNOW. Attorney SJ9 vv. Flagler st. • : n "l/ir-M-SO. 4/< \ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55454 IS RK Estate of IKK H. KENDALL ., I.KIO IIAKol.D KENDALL 1 •< ci aai d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Creditors and All Persona Hav.:,: i'l.urns HI Demands Against Said are hereby notified and requir. ui .mi claims and demands maj have aaainsl the esI.KK II KENDALL a it a HAROLD K BNDALL deci asecl Dadi County, Florida, to the i rt| 0 f Dade County, and -..in. in their offlcea in the Courthouse In Dade County, ivithln six calendar months dati "i the flral publication r the Mini.' will be bai red MARTIN D. VI IN ZAMFT, Executor V >N ZAMFT .•> KRAVITZ %  I %  •: I.in, in Rd Miami Beach, Kla. .1 Hi %  ::. 10, i 6 \ T KE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT \ AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52031-C is u :tate ot MAI'KICE L KAPPLOW lie., ased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Mi i ICE la hereby given tbal I have I Final Report and Petition !..i Distribution and Final Discharge .\iluiinistrator, C.T.A. of the estat< ..I MAURICE L. KAl'I'LoW, ibI: .ml that on the Sth day of I962, will apply to the Hnnori County Judges .if Dade County, Florida, for approval of said Final Report in. I for distribution and final discharge as Administrator. C.T.A. of thi estate of the above-named dece%  1. in This, 13th day of March. 19(2. METER CHAIKKN KOMMBL& ROQER8 leys 420 I.mi. .In Road Miami Beach 3W, Florida vmm LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD VI Sri "Let's ask the Chief Rabbi where the Mezuzah goes on this revolving door." Copr. 1?62, Dayn.i Piodutlionl LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, desiring to engage In buainess under th. fictitious name of F*REEDM*ANS CLEANERS ..i 1718 T'.iii st Causeway, Miami, Florida Ini, n.is 1.1 register said name with the Clerk "f tinCircuit emit ol Made County, Florida FREBDM VN'S DRY 'I BANERS & LAl'NDRT CORP. Sole iv. n. r HAROLDSTRfMPF Ait..,„for Applicant ^ y LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to ena busin. sa under the fictlfloiia name ol INSTALCO ..i 3693 E. Ilth Av. nue, Hlab uli. I-1.' Intends t" reglsti r -."3-30, 4/6 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 GEORGE HUFF, Plaintiff, ELIZABETH HUFF, Defendant. _....„ %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: ELIZABETH HI" Eh Apt. 420; 2:14 W. Adams Blvd. I...s Angelea, California „u KLI/.ABETII HUFF, .ire here' ..... Ii<.1 ... '. .ii.i. -I ...I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 3311 1" IRI I THY MAY TURNER, Plaintiff, \. ROBERT WILSON TURNER, I', f. ii lanl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE l'i Ri IBERT VVILSI -N TURNER c-o Natlm i illsl ngi' \\ rton, D.C. V. :. Rl IBURT W1LSI IX TURNER, are hen l>.\ nol II i. .1 thai .i BUI of •omplalnl for I l\ on • has hei i nmiinsl > "i. MIL I %  required i" ^. \. ., copj of \ ..in A nswer oi PleadIhe i^ill of ComplaJnl on the Plaintiff's attorney, CHARLES M. KELLY, 1.12.1 B. Itli Ave., Hlaleah, Ilorlda, ..ml i • the %  • i-in il ..iI'leadlnii In th. if Ih. ("lerk f i ii.. 'irinit Conn ore ll •• joth day "i April, 1962. If you fall to no .... judgment li> d( fault *• 111 bi taken against you foi the relief demanded ii. th.Hill ni Complaint. Tliis notice shall be published once • a.-li vv.-.-k lor four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, i lorlda, tliis JTih da) of March A D. 1902 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Klorida (seal) Bj K M I.Y.MAN. Deputy Clerk .: 30, I 8-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai 'h.. undersigned, desiring tenga %  I business under the fictitious na of SINKI.-i: APARTMENTS at 700-7101720 I.. i'i.\ Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida int.-ml t>. register aald name with iluClerk of the Circuit Court of l >ade 'ountj Florida. NATHAN BADAT REBECCA BADAT JACK 11 HI KIMS ; Ml. .i in y 1L'n Lin,., In ltd. Mil,mi Beach :; % %  l l... 3. Iii-2:i-:i. I K IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2548 I JUAN ANTONIO VAZQUEZ Plaintiff, vs. ROSA VAZQUEZ I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROSA VAZQUEZ :;i.',ii Mi. Pleasant St., N.W. Washington, l>.<'. TOU. ROSA VAZQUEZ, :!!•! N.W. Mt. Pleasant St., Washington, D.C, are required to file your answer to the Complaint for lhvorce, with the Clerk oi ih-above Court, and serve a copy thereof upon Glno P. Negrettl, Attorney. !>l(i-ll Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida, on or before April Ifi, 1062, or .-Is.complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated at Miami, Florida, this Jth day of March, 1962. i: II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Had. County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.Y.MAN, 1 leputy < 'lerk 3/16-2:t-3l>. ,4' IN THfc COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA Probate No 46677-B IN RE: i luitrdianship of SANDRA CROOKS, a Minor. NOTICE PLEASE BE ADVISED that the cuardlan in the above mattei having i,. n dec. ased and a n.-w guardian ha\ iuu i.. • II .II. ... ii'. i for the minoi n ilu atati oi !' %  i' i i %  • %  ii' ret id Stati "i N'.w York, tinundersigned p. iiti ii. i tt ill nii.\ tini '..iirt to ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewisti Fk/rrofian solicits your leqcl notices. We appreciate your patronag > and guarantee accurate service ci legal rales Dial Fit 3-4K05 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE nil funds i.. ih. N. w York suardian and pa.v mi al toi ni > i' i • %  nd lose "us i h. withil i ler "ii ih" -"Hi day "t April, MILTON \ IKIi:i'MAN Attoi :i' • %  Estal % %  1111 Ain-i. : %  Building M ..mi :'.:'. Kloi Ida :; 23-30, I S-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I-HEREBY II1VEN that del signed, desiring t • i g ige In '•" fictitious name of si:, -I >N 11 \\T. TV it !• N W. r.lili St.. in 'ity ..I Miami, l-m Intends to i ... ., :.iiii" whii Hi.Clerk oi the Circuit c.nirt ..f Dade County, .,1 .Miami. I'I.I.. this 1 lih da) of March, 1962. EDWARD W. KLEID :: :::-::n. I '6-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2^t: VIOLA BUB, Plaintiff, v v OSCAR IM'li. I '. i. n.lant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: t 'SOAK IUI! Ivy Hill Apartmi ntc, Al i. 15E 240 Mt. V"i non I'In %  Newark, New Jersi I You. OSCAR nun, ..r. h.r.b> notified that a Hill of Complaint for l>ivoi.e has been filed against you, and you .no required to serve a copy .t your Answer or Pleading to the Hill ot Complaint on the Plaintiffs attoinej \N'i;i:i.o A. A LI, te" Ainsley Building, Miami :;L'. Florida, and file, bi original Answer ..r Pleading In th. offlc. "f the Clerk I th< circuit Court on or in for. ilu 33rd daj of April, 1962 If you fail to do s... JIHILin. nt b> default will In % % % % % %  n against von f.i tin :. l if demanded in the Bill of i 'omplaint. Tliis nol ahall bi hi u on. e ,.,. i, u ., •, i.,, ion .I,-, i ..:i\. weeks in THE JEWISH ELOR1DIAN. I 'I IN E AND IRDERE1' .it Mian I, Ihls 19th .i.n %  I March, A I'. I9B2. i: i; LEATHERMAN Clerk, ..,.•. I '.oi. Count; Ii"i Ida is. .il By: HELEN KESSLER i ..;nil;. vNC.EI.ti A ALI -.. > for l 'lalnl il i KI Unsli > Building Miami :::. tloi Ida i ..S by notified 'bat for Divorce has Bill of C l„|| n filed nplalnt against IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 13451 c \"i: VALENTB, Plaintiff, \ s. MILDRED REQ1NA POWELL x'i'i:. .i.mt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To MII.IHtKP ItEUINA ItiWELL VALENTB I'.ti Box in. WhlteHouaa Jacksonville, Klorida. You, MII.HUICI) BEOl.NA POWELL VALENTB, P.O. Box 141. Whltelloitse, Jacksonville, Florida, are re' to file your answer to the comlamt for divorce, with the Clerk of Above Court, ami serve .' copy upon Glno P. Negrettl, Atii 910-11 Cnnrfress Bldg., HI ~> R 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, on I" fore April 19, 1962, or else cumin will be taken an confessed Dated this '.'th day of March. 1962. i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. ".nil Court, I >ade County. Florida -al) By: K. M. I.YMAN. Di puty Clerk 3/16-23-30. 4/6 the you. and sou arc required to serve I cops of your Answer or • the Bill of Complaint • %  iff s Attorney, Sanford M. >• %  >'" |". 819 Seybold Building, Mtam *2, Hori.i., and file He original Answer ,,, Pleading In the office ol the < • >i k of Circuit court on oi before tn lav of April, I92. if sou fall to ,i„ .... Judgment by default will be i,k,n against sou for the relle demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeka „', TUB JEWISH PLORIDIAN. '"OONE AND ORDERED al Miami, i-i. ; .. t... thla 20th da> of March A.O. "'"' iis LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court. Dade County. Florida TOa l) By: HELEN KESSLER li.puty < lerk 3 28-80, l I 13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54786 IN RE: Estate of Li EN IA TANNER I '. .-eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims ur Demands Against s.iai Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which sou may lias.against the estate oi GENIA TANNER deceased late ..f st. Joseph County, Florida, to in County Judges of Hade County, and file iii. same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in tli.il offlcea in the C iiy Com in..us.in Bade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time oi th.first publication herer. or th.sum., will be barred. I i.ii. .1 .ii Miami, l-'I'H Ida, this Ith da] "I February, A I. 1962. BERNARD OPPERMAN As Administrator MIl.ToN A I R1FJDMAN sit., II.S ii.i h-state of Clenia Tanner nil Ain-l.-s Building Miami 12, !• lorida :: 23-30, I 8-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56448-B IN RB: Estate of WILLIAM JANDRBLL ""NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltprs and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said '"YOU.IIC hereby notified and re.|iiirIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 2660 AIM.i is y. UUERRA Plaintiff, vs. EMMA C. (ioN7.AI.KZ ODERRA Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To : I:\IMA i;i ,N"/A1.|-/. CI'I'IKHA Ban Lasaro l7t>. :ird piso, Apt. 10 Igulla v Crespo. Ilabana. Rep. de Cuba. VOl', EMMA C. c.oN/.Al.l'-./ QUBRRA, San Lasaro 170, Ird plao, Apart; 10, bciween Aniiila and CraapO, Havana. Rep. de Cuba, are required to file your answer to the complain! tor divorce, with the Clerk of the above Court, and serve a copy thereol upon Qlno p, Negrettl, attornej 9l"-li Congress Bldg., HI M.B. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, U.S.A., on or before April IB. 1812, ,„• .Is,complaint will n as confess...1. Dated, thla 13th das of March, 1962. !•: B LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court. Hii.l" i'.."ins Florida ..il Bj K. M. I.YMAN Deputy cieia 3/16-23-30. 4/6 ed to i*. sent any claims and demands ij,. i.:„. whi.h yog may V^v,!'cT,'-, i'"' S!" late of WILLIAM JANDRBLL deceased late of Dade /'onnts Klorula IN TH NOTICE UNDEM FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that Hi., undersigned, rteslrliis to engage In im-iii.ss under the fictitious name of THE PLORFiNCE APARTMENTS at s:tl mth Street, Miami Beach, l-ln. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Courl of l'ade Countv, Hoi i.la. FLORENCE GREENBERG Sole Proprietor PAUL KWITNEY Aitoi n. s for Applicant 420 '''• %  '"*' 1 ,.t.ao.4/ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 2709 .1 I KISI.AK Ml IRTGAOE CORPORATION oh KLOKIHA, Plaintiff, s B. MIGUEL 1-". BE LEON and HELEN O, DE LEON, his wife, el al. i defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: MIGUEL 1 DE LEI IN and HELEN tl. DE I.ICON, his wife, and HII parties claiming by through or under them, if dead or alive and if dead their unknown h.irs. devise.s. legatees, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees and all pai Iles having or claiming t" have any riuht. till Inten s( In l>-• property herein described Residence I 'nknown. You are hereby notified that the above eaptloned action bus been InBtlttiteil against you in Hi" Circuit Courl of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade Count} to foreclose i mortgage upon the following .I,-, i Ihed real property: I...I I in Block 32." of CURTISS PARK HI cord Ins to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plal Book 50 al Page of the Public Records of l mdi ('"nil's. Chi Ida, You are required to file your answer to plaintiffs complaint with thi Clerk of in.aforesaid Courti and serve H eopy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney, MARTIN FINE, Ilth Floor Dade Federal Building, Miami 32, Klorida, nol later than 16th das ol April. 1062, or a Decree Pro Confeaao \s ill he entered agalnsl > mi. Dated: March 13, 1982, E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dnde Counts. Florida is... ill Bs HELEN KESSLER Deputy Clei k MARTIN FINK Attorney for Plaintiff i ith Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami 32, Florida :: 16-23 80, I 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE is HEREBY M1VEN that ml. i slgm d, de> Irlns t. %  ngage In husln. under Ho fictitious name I I >:l :i:i i.\l A\"S CLEANERS al '-'"-Coral Way, .Miami. Florida Intend %  i, gist, i said name s. Ith thi Clerk %  r •Ii.. .' i. nit Court of I '. d< i 'oiiuty. Florida. BENJAMIN BECK THOMAS .1 BR \N I VS ARONOVITZ, SILVER ASCHER Attorm s s for Applicant* 607 Ainsl"> Building Miami '.:'. l-'la. II. I >;-i3-:o NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Ol l-M'N FAIR RESTAURANT at 162J Ttqli street Cans, was. North BUy Village, tin.. Intends to register said name with the Chris of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorida. DAVID KLEIM \N, INC CU. Corp. David Klelman, President l-'i leda Klelman, Secretary ARONOVITZ, SILVER A SCHBR Attorney a for Applicant 607 ,\in-li s Butldlns ". I 6-18-20 to the County Jud B es of Dade c,unity, and file the same in then offlcea In tne .'..iinty Courthouse in I mile County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will "" b ar '" d l-HVLISSCRSIN Executrix ARTHUR BOTH. Attorney 1111 Ainsley BUlldlftg M,.,„„::,. H.-rida ^ ^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "NOTICE IS liKKKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of INIVKHSITY oNi: HOIK il.i:\Ni.vi; at Mi S.W. -'Tth Vvenue, Ml .,mi Florida Intend to register said name with the Cleric of the Clrcull Court of Dade County, Florida, BENJAMIN BECK THOMAS I BRANDYS ARONOVITZ, SILVER .s. SCHER At loiii.s s for Apnl ca n's 607 Alnaley Bi.ildiiiK Miami a;', Florida t.33-30, 4/6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55328 A IN RB: Batata of Ml I. l-.iUl) CHARLES 9TBINH M'.O'I a k/a C. Steinhardt, a/k'/a Max Steinhardt. 11. ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltora and All Persona Having claims or Demanda Against Said Estate: ^-.,i! are hereby notified an.i r.-qutr.•d to preaenl anj claims and demanda which s"u maj has. agalnal the ea.:,,.. ot MILFH1RD CHARLES STEINHAiti iT dei oasi il late of Dade Couni i iiia, to the County Judgea of County, and file the same ill n, • mtj i'"' rthouse ..I, C us. Florida, within six ilar months fi iim the date of the publication hereof, oi the same Ls. their in D calen first will be barn I i:\ A STEINHARDT, \.111.ini-t i .i11 i\ SIDNEY EFRONSON Ait.H in \ for Adminisi 241 Security T Bldg. Miami 32, % % % % %  ,. „ g/ie-23-30. 4/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55459-C IN RE: Estate of ABRAHAM COHEN O ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Pi rsons Has Ing Claims or Demanda Agalnal Said Kstate You are hereby notified and required to presenl ans claims ami demands which you may have against the estate ol ABRAHAM COHEN deceased late of Hade Coiinis. Florida, io the Cuiints Judgea of Dade County, and file the same in their offices iii the County Courthouse in Dade i •, nun >. Florida, ss Ithln six i all ndar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same ssill he b HI ed. DAVID COLLIN Admlnlstrai"i of Estate of Al'V.iliam Coin FA I NCFJ, KINK & Fl "RMAN Bs Sanford s Haunci Attorneys for Vdmlnlsti ator i "i02 i '..in; i sa Building. Miami IK .-".471 > 3 16-23-30, I. I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 3098 Il ISEPH '' S" 'OKKS, Plaintiff, \ ANN I STOKES, I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti I: ANN .1. 8TI IKES 287 Lakes i. ss \s. Cambrldgi Mas-. You, are hei eb> nol i:i. .1 that a Bill of Complaint for Dlvorei has be. filed agalnal you, and sou are required to serve a com of sour Answer "i Pleading i" the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff*! attorney, NORMAN s PALLOT, 506 Ingraham Bldg Miami. Cla.. and file the oi i inal Answer or Pleading in the offlc< ot iii. clerk of ill" Circuit,Courl on .1before the 80th daj of April. 1962. ii s.ai tail to do so, Judgment bj di • fault ssill be taken against you for Hi. relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each ss.. i io, lour consecutive weeka in THE' JEWISH IT.' IR1DIAN. Ho.NK AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day oi March, A.D. i'i'/' E B I.I: \ riiKit.MAN. Clerk, Circuit '"..ui i. Had. County, Klorida (seal) Bs: K M I.YMAN. Denut) I'ltih 3/30, 4/6-13-:'0 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) ANY DOCUMENT (CLUB BUlltTINS UTTER REPORT PLEADINGS) 8'jxl1 or 8 xU Black A White) Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAIT! CASH & CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 -v



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Friday, April 6. r%2 Jmisli noridlian Page 11-fl. Rabbinical Assembly Vice President Will Address United Synagogue Convention Miami Bench Mayor Kenneth Oka proclaims the week of Apr. 29 as B'nai B'rith Week in his city. Florida btate Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges and Chapters will hold its 2bth annual convention in Miami Beach on Apr. 28 to May 1 at the Algiers hotel. Shown (left to riqht) are Charles Seiavitch, presidentelect; Mayor Oka; and Edward A. Stern, convention coordinator. Giller Installed ion Slat ed Sunday Ben Giller has been elected president of the Biscayne Point Home Owners Assn.. and he will be Installed in ceremonies Sunday evening at the Algiers hotel. Also to be installed are Ezra FinegoM, honorary president; Dr. Edward T. Litt, first vice president; Dr. Jacob Stolzenberg, second vice president; Joseph Roseni turn, third vice president; Mrs. Irving Gaby, recording secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Krivitzin. financial secretary; and Harry Goldberg, eastrrer. Banquet chairman is Bernard A. r, and Dr. Jacob Stolzenberg ..ticket ihau'Jiian. Evening's program will be Ighttd by Eddie Schaffer, fctar of East Side Story," Napoli on Rcec', Doc Marcus, and danci ihe music of Arne Arnett na his band. ir : \ ill be presented to the ; of the Goll Tournament ation held last March, cl awards is Melvin J. nl. : honor al the function ill inelu I %  Miafnl Bi • h Mayor • ; : Kenneth Oka. Vice Mayor tnd Mrs Malvin Englander. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lipp. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Pushkin. Mr. and Mrs D. Lee Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Frank. Marcie Liberman. Mr. and Mrs. Woltie Cohen, and Mr and Mrs. John Poulos. Snsurance Exec Speaks al Confab Fred Stone, field underwriter v ith Home Life Insurance Company, New York, has been chosen speaker at %  .; meeting of lendinj Pield Underwriters of the company to be bold in the Hollywood Bi. ch h itel on April 1-9. Stone is ass ith Hon..' Miami %  m naged by at 1150 SV : Stone was in his agenc ii i I ... undi rv rit( r in 1 i \ mem l t the Knights ol Pythias, hi ried an I i chil lr< n. lie lives al 7400 Sw L35th -I Rabbi Theodore Friedman, vice president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, and nominee for the presidency, will be keynote speaker at the annual United Synagogue conference of the Southeast region to be held Apr. 29 and 30 al the C irillon hotel. .indue Irving Cypen, of Miami Beach, president oi the region, said Spaet Forms Special Comm. County Commissioner Harold B. for Circuit Judge j in Group 1. t'lis week announced ihe formation of a •Committee ol 0 e Thousand" to head his cam-: ;i effort. "The c II, imi tee already numbers 70u.'" Spaet said, "with about five weeks to go heiore the May 8 prim&rj Spaet^pointed out that the "com-, ttee is made up of the people, who have attended my campaign affairs, including contributors, volunteers in the Miami Beach and | Miami headquarters, and those who; have written to me ottering help." The bulk of the committee membership, Spaet said, comes from those who atttended affairs starting with a big reception in Miami and continuing through get-togethers of various kinds in Hialaah, Wastchester and North Miami Reach. A luncheon for the Coral Gables area, slated for the Pub restaurant, Wednesday, was expected to add another 75 members to the committee. Spaet's campaign headquarters are located m the Civic bldg., Miami, and al 1212 Washington ave Miami Beach. He lias been an attorney for 32 years, and j< a former Vice Mayor of Miami I ach, Councilman and Municipal fudge that plans for the conference program are now approaching completion. Delegates from 40 congregations in the Southeast are expected to attend. Rabbi Friedman was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America "with distinction" in 1931. He received his Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy Degrees from Columbia University. He is former chairman of the committee of Jewish law of the Rabbinical Assembly of America. For the past eight years, he has served as managing editor of "Judiasm," a scholarly journel devoted to the discussion of Jewish religion, philosophy and ethics. He is coauthor of "Jewish J.ife in America." He is on the board of governors 01 the National Academy ''•"<' Jos .... "%  s N Let.) th ormed lh< %  War v ,.i the United i ca that he had rename be removed ,,::.,, • Member of the American Jewish L S imunism. Vceordii I'' eodore Brooks, ot New Ymk. JWV national comr, ( haplain Goldberg wired his wishes to Marvin Liebman, cutivc secretary of the AmenJewish League Against Com Istanbul, Turkey, e he is currently on a factng tour of Europe and the He East. Iberg will be leadI I th m senl Gold erg decla le dispatched I N quote remove withmy name as vice presi,-,,,; Jewish League Against Comm and obliterate name from all printed material. Corroborating letter follows unquote." Other i ficers of the organization include such personalities as Columnist George Sokolski. and Roy M. Colin, former counsel for the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy. ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET T ii VDITIONAL ss &i*%G oen SERVICES :_j conducted by t)K. iRVlNQ LellRMAN and CANTOR lliRSh AOLCR under the auspices of % xreMpLe eMANU-eL sisTenboot) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 AND THURSDAY, APRIL 19 Reservations BANQUET DEPARTMENT JE 8-8811 fAMOUS URIC TENOR AND CANTOR Spinoza Forum States Rabbi Spinoza Outdoor Forum for aduft education will meet Wednesday i vening at the home of Dr. Morris Sehor. 4720 Alton rd. Rabbi Nathan W'itkin will speak >n "Conditions in the Jewish Communities in the Caribbean and Latin American Countries." Rabbi Witkin was formally spiritual leader in Redbank. N.J.. and for 20 vears has been serving as director for Jewish Armed Forces in the Caribbean area under the auspices of the Jewish Welfare Board. the. CEJEAWILLE ^ % %  •^^^^ CN TM OCI T arm IIMIT.WMII MACH p/tcscnts k tRAoitiooAi seden services in tha beautiful Napoleon Room April 18IH and lOtrt conducted by S&OR BeURSky no Famojt Concert Basto fcnd Renowned Choir flcr person firsiscdtr %  %  • parten $econd Stdr $750 For Raaarvationa, Phena: UN 6-8811 Catering OHica



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Pcge 4-A Jewish ncrMton Friday, April 6. 1962 Ofewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SILMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY TJ. BINDER C orrespondent Published evenFriday slice 1917 by The Jewish FloridUn at 120 N.E. Sixth Str<">t, Miami 1. Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Aasn. The J-wish Floridian does not guarantee :hn Rashrutli of the merchandise advertised in its columns. — -•* %  asowtPTi an STEJ-; Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Ysara 110.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 14 Friday. April 6. 1962 2 Nisan 5722 The Syria Impasse The American delegation's poBition at the United Nations this week was a bitterly disappointing one. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson expressed a point of view that must be contested on oasis of its partiality and re,on. Israel's clai i Syria was the result ol ling ban ment and S : rtive rethe U.S. to the k ad : : -.-'. diplomac y that :3a Elsenhower-Dulles policy for eight years. The aggressor is tapped on the wrist, and the defenders are hauled before the world peace organization to be censured or worse. The American position simply lequires that Israel rely on the United Nations Truce Supervisory Organization in the worst no less than in the best of times. In this regard, it is officially hoped that UNTSO will discourage aggression simply on the basis of the prestige accorded a UN body. If aggression occurs in any case, it is expected that UNTSO will act as arbitrator and guarantee the cessation of further acts of provocation. With respect to the Israel-Arab dilemma, the United Nations seems to have made no other provisions. But what happens if UN expectations remain unfulfilled? The clash with Syria is a clear case in point. Provoked to the breaking point, Israel retaliated in defense. Is UNTSO still the arbitrator? Hardly. The debate this week before the Security Council was the full-dress result of a nation's right to maintain her territorial integrity when threatened from without. Apparently, the U.S. position, as expressed by Ambassador Stevenson, does not see it this way. Apparently, the U.S. prefers to foster a double level of morality in the sphere of international diplomacy. • • • MORE NEEDED WAN PIOUS ENFORCEMENT Such a position hardly adds up to anythink like what President Kennedy vowed would be his Middle East policy when he was running for election back in the summer of 1360. The President spoke brave words then, making a specially star-studded presentation before a national convocation of the Zionist Organization of America in August of that election year. Since then, installed into office, his "urgent approach" to solving the Israel-Arab dilemma has been to align the U.S. against those forces insisting upon a face-to-face discussion of it; while his latest Administration view of the problem not only harkens back to the worst of the Eisenhower-Dulles days, but it adds some peculiar twists of its own. We heartily agree with Ambassador Stevenson that UNTSO needs strengthening, so that would-be aggressors consider their plans wisely before committing them to action. But it is hardly enough. It is hardly enough to speuk for the letter of the law when the law repeatedly proves itself inadequate—when the law must be reinforced before it is piously enforced. see NASSER MAY DREAM HIS DREAMS Syrian provocation against the State of Israel is explained by many things these days. But none of the explanations makes as much sense as those stemming from the nature of Syria's internal unrest. *WHY IS THIS NWHTN0 DIFFERENT FROM ANY OTHER*" (somriwr-BWKo Mu m &***** 7W& )UlQ • %  %  f ,• % %  -. / m& > ^ jflWBv TME SEDER IN SOVIET RUSSIA. There seems to be an almost one-to-one relationship between the shooting across the border and the sudden appearance in Syria's principal cities of avid marchers carrying Nasser placards. Of course, Nasser has not given up, and there is little reason to hope that he will, to fulfill his vision of a pan-Arab empire with himself at the helm. And so long as aggressors are merely reprimanded by UN field units, while defenders are threatened with full-scale punishment, the puny little Egyptian strongman has every reason in the world to continue dreaming his dreams. Tribute to Leonard Abess The Jewish community will honor Leonard Abess on Saturday night. Mr. Abess has an enduring record of civic identifications, with a special accent on the battle against bigotry. The Joint Defense Appeal, whose constituent agencies are the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish Committee, will be host to the function in his honor. Through his concern for strengthening intergioup relations and for lessening the scourge of racial and religious intolerance, both agencies in Greater Miami have had their programs enriched, and the people of this area are the legatees of his highest intentions. Mr. Abess is the patron of the annual ADL Human Relations Award. He is a patron of the general hope that man may soon learn to live in peace with his fellow-man. The JDA function is one of which the community may be proud. Mr. Abess. for his contributions in this field of human endeavor, also deserves Greater Miami's accolade. The Threat from Within Dr. Nahum Goldmann's points of view in Mexico City before a meeting of the World Jewish Congress are well-taken. We would not go so far as to say that major threats of anti-Semitism throughout the world today are virtually non-existent. As a matter of fact, we believe Dr. Goldmann does not, himself, think this. But we do agree that Jewish identifications with the ancient traditions of Judaism and Jewish education in these traditions are the absolute essentials of the Jewish continuum. Without them, Jewish survival is indeed threatened. How a News Report Was Born -and Killed in Russia By BORIS SMOLAR A NTI-RELIGIOUS PROPAGANDA has its periods of ups and downin the Soviet Union. There are years — like now — when the campaign against religion is highly intensified. There are aU> periods when it is deliberately r elaxe d. The year 1930. during which f'was stationed in Moscow as cdrrcpondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, was a year which starle I with unprecedented fury against rabbis and synagogues. As early as February of 1930 the Soviet press boasted that n.. less than 63 synagogues had been closed down throughout the SowcUnion within the first six weeks of the year. This was taken as a signal for an all-out intensified drive against Jewish religion in ever'. Soviet city and town. Within a few days news came from Minsk — 14 Rabbis Arrested Here! Never before had such a large number of Jewish religious leaders been arrested in any Soviet city. The Moscow press, participate, in the anti-religious campaign as it did, abstained from reportii > the mass arrest of the rabbis in Minsk. Not so the Minsk Yi< Communist newspaper "Oktiabr." The newspaper obviously c Tiered the arrests an 'achievement'' in its tight against the .K reiigion. • • CENSO* AMAZED AT NEWS W HEN THE "OKTIABR" reached me the next morning in U cow. I saw that the matti extremely serious. The Mil us leaderM with maintaining illegal coi abroad — a sve chargi ii I %  Union with hoi :. rabbi whi a l< % %  .• I i %  : •' ng I were rabbis of great i lewish world. The; i %  %  its. N I lest no time mass ai n si ai I rush id with it | Soviet Foi get the cens r's stami wi hout whi< I press cable v aforwarded by the Mosci .ph. The censor, obviously surprised, read and reread the text of cable. a:.d then asked: "Do you seriously expect me to pass this news?" •Why not'.''' I replied. "It emanates from an official Soviet source, from a Communist newspaper in Minsk." The censor was puzzled. "You mean to say that the news of the arrest was printed in one of our newspapers?" he asked. "Yes." I said. "This is exactly what I mean, and here is the newspaper." I pulled out from my pocket the copy of the "Oktiabr" to show him the story there. He could not read Yiddish: so he asked me to reiid the news to him in Russian and to be sure to give him the correct translation. Soviet censorship regulations at that time permitted any foreign correspondent in Moscow to cable abroad any news published in the Soviet press on the assumption that Soviet newspapers could be bought later abroad. The censor had therefore no choice but to pass my cable. • • • M0 NEWS IS BAD NEWS •yUHEN THE JTA released the news in New York, it came like a bombshell not only to Jews but also to non-Jews. The general press in New York gave the JTA report great prominence on its front pages and the Associated Press, which has an arrangement with the JTA for news, considered it as one of the major news stories of the day. Before the day was over, all the American correspondents in Moscow received cables from their editors in New York asking why they failed to file the news on the Minsk arrests. However, the correspondents were at a loss to understand what was wanted of them. The Moscow papers did not carry the news and no Minsk newspaper was available in Moscow. Upon learning from me the details of the case, they were ever at a greater loss, because they could establish no contact with anyone in Minsk. There was al-o no point in going to Minsk because no who might have any details would have dared to open bis mouth. Supplying information to a foreign correspondent was cor.%  ed no less criminal than maintaining illegal contact with organid. A CASE OF JUCCUN0 THE FACTS UUITH EVERY DAY, the interest in the arrest of the Minsk rabbis grew not only in the United States, but also throughout I me a world affair. The arrest was < a threat to all religions, and speculation was rife in newspapers toad that the rabbis might be executed. As the pre' w, the Soviet authorities realized that I ( tuld no longer ignore them. I was therefore summoned to the Foreign Office and told that I could send a cable denying "on good authority" the rumors abroad that the rabbis would be executed. This was exactly a week since I sent my first cable to New York en the arrests of the rabbis. Two days later, my telephone ran^ in the middle of the night. The night censor was on the phone. "Will you come over immediately to my office?" he said. "I have something very urgent and important for you to know." It was an exceptional case for a correspondent in Moscow to bo taken out of bed in the middle of the night for news. When I appeared in the censor's office, he apologized for calling me at such a late hour, and added: "I am sure you will not consider it a molestation ... I am under instructions to give you the news that the Minsk rabbis are released, and to give it to you urgently ..." The JTA was the first to bring the world the news of the arrest of the Minsk rabbis, and was also tht first to report the news of their release. Several days later, I was assured by the Soviet Foreign Office that there would be no trial of the rabbis. On the day when the release of the rabbis was announced. Feb 23 the entire Moscow press, from Izvestia to the smallest newspaper, attacked the JTA because of the furor raised abroad over the arrest of the Minsk rabbis. The released rabbis were made to sign a declaration denying there was religious persecution in Russia — a declaration which I cabled in full to New York. Less than a month later, however, the Central Committee of the Communist Party published an order urging the discontinuance of closing of houses of worship. The anti-religious campaign had entered its period of relaxation.



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ffridcy. April 6. 1962 •*JpHi*0 norkfiart 13-A % % % %  ~*-J: %  % %  *• %  -•-, _.. ..-• %  The Greater Miami JewishCommunity Should Support t.. DAVID ELDREDGE FOR GRESS roughly that part of Dade county south of NW 20th St., and that part of Miami Beach south of 34th St.) .,'/ • j ( (State Rep. David Eldredge is a candidate for the congressional seat held by Dante B. Fascell. This Fourth Congressional District includes all Monroe County, Fascell Has Favored Huge American Financial Dante Fasceli has voted repeatedly for foreign aid appropriations which include large quantities of American tax dollars for such nations as Egypt, Syria, Iraq aria other Arab nations. He has also cast his vote in favor of military aid to these nations. Nasser's United Arab Republic alone received close to ONE BILLION DOLLARS in American foreign aid. Some of these countries, including the Nasser bloc, have then turned around and supported the Soviet Union. Fascell Voted for Foreign Aid to Arab Nations Which Bar American Jewish Servicemen Dante Fascell has voted in favor of foreign aid to Arab DAVID ELDREDGE believes this violates the basic tradinations which refuse to allow the United States to tions on which our nation was founded. He will opsend American Jewish servicemen to our own milipose foreign aid for nations which discriminate tary bases contracted and paid for in those countries. against any Americans. Military Aid to Nasser and Other Arab Nations DAVID ELDREDGE is in favor of American foreign aid going only to those nations which stand with us on vital issues. This description certainly fits Israel — the only stable democracy in the Middle East. David Eldredge oppores foreign aid to those nations which threaten democratic countries, and which frequently support Russia in the United Nations on important issues. Fascell Voted for Foreign Aid for Communist Nations Dante Fascell has repeatedly cast his vote in favor of foreign aid to such Communist-dominated nations as Poland, Hungary, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia. The Free World has watched in horror the renewed growth of minority persecutions in those nations-in DAVID ELDREDGE is vigorously opposed to sending American tax dollars to Communist-dominated nations. He believes that it just doesn't make sense to help our enemies bury us. can't be spent wh ; le they're here. This undoubtedly results in the loss of millions of dollars each year to this area. DAVID ELDREDGE will fight for repeal of the 10 percent federal travel tax. recent years. Dante Fascell Voted to Keep the 10 Percent Travel Tax Which Is So Injurious to the Economy of Miami Beach and All South Florida Dante Fascell has voted repeatedly against repeal of the 10 per cent federal tax on travel. Florida's United States Senators, of course, have long fought to repeal this tax which is bound to hurt the economy of any tourist area. Money which people spend on a tax to get to Dade county David Eldredge's Legislative Record Deserves Your Support While serving as a member of the State Legislature for the past four years, DAVID ELDREDGE co-sponsored and fought for passage of the following laws: 1. The law making it a crime to bomb schools, synagogues, and churches. 2. The law providing for absentee voting for those who, on account of their religion, cannot go to the polls on election day. 3. The law requiring the teaching of Americanism vs. Communism in our schools. 4. The law authorizing a Turnpike between Miami and Tampa if determined feasible. 5. The law reducing the tax on intangible personal property. YOU CAN JOIN DAVID ELDREDGE IN H/S FIGHT FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT You can write to David Eldredge and give him permission to use your name in his campaign for Congress. You can work for David Eldredge in your block, your neighborhood, and your precinct. Or you may send a financial contribution to: DAVID ELDREDGE CAMPAIGN FUND POST OFFICE BOX 455 COCONUT GROVE STATION MIAMI 33, FLORIDA !••! I'd AdV. m



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Page 12-B +JeisT rkrkBan Friday, April 6. 1962 The Courier t>u \-jerala •Schwartz Plans for Israels 14th birthday around the country include lahite to former President Harry S. TPJman in New York cha Elnai with Auditorium of n inter Abraham I national B ible Demoi rs foi ', i.ernor of New York But '• %  '• • -''ii u her Harrj will accoi Miscba in one number Greater Miami14;h bin luteto be held on the Calyp i Lit er on May 5— will be the only leagoing celebration. Oregon*! popular political maverick. Sen. Wayne Horse "ill be here Apr. 25 for a special Cedars of Lebanon Hospital dinner at home of Kmil J. Gould, who also is chairman of the Apr. 28 Cedars President'l Dinner at the Deauville, honoring Samuel T. Sapiro and featuring Secretary Abraham Ribicoff as principal speaker. There's every reason to believe Kibicoff turned down Supreme Court appointment so he can run for Senate and pull along Democrats from Connecticut in hot Congressional campaigns there this fall. Harold Dunsky has come up with some nifty titles for chapters in his book. "ABC'l of Fund Raising for Organizations." Examples: "The Thief of Grab-bag," "A Night in Koved Garden" and "An Honor Roll is Not a Sweet Biscuit Dunsky will return here after bis European trek this sumin' r at winch he'll attend several mi 'I %  ^l i iir.entions Look fur gome lop '*• ^ el ch ingei in community sei • ice oi ;aniz dui ing the sum mi i period, Haven i I i i ounced of ;> %  yet, but cand tea for ii c to be %  • at a i mendVice M lyor llenr; I B i .i n a %  i ni ceren ,ii a meetini ch Interna tiom l R cue i received $5,000 check for Reader's Digest Foundation to aid I refugees here. Marshall Wise, director of the emergency center here also on hand Max Kogen waging a spirited campaign for circuit hidgeship, receiving much aid from Jaycees here. otcb oresof Miami Beach Junior Forceful by judicial bcpei Jack Falk. ud incumbent Phil man "refor Juds i ibbi v %  % %  tonight that the Eichmann exploitation by the Isr %  Z apparal %  it American Jews to practice Judaism, without a public disavowal of the national system of ri and responsibilities assigned to the Jewish people by the IsraelZionist establishment." Although Council claims 20.000 members, we have been able to turn up the names of less than 20 in South Florida, which has more than two percent of nation's Jewish population. Rabbis Mordecai M. Kaplan, Ira Eisenstein and Sidney Jacobs will be among those to address annual convention of Reconstructionist congregations in Skokie, 111., May 17 to 20. Miami's Rabbi Morris Skop among those who will participate Auxiliary of Greater Miami's Variety Club elects Apr. 9 at Art Brims' Miami Springs Villas. Slated for top posts are Pat Bromberg apresident, I'hillis Pollak and Terryce Kaplan as veeps, Gertrude Weiner as treasurer Mrs. Edward (Bernicel Melniker will be Jack Bell'.eo chairman ommittee of l.ooo drive year i'i" l< galized gambling a pir ml Hai rj I". y's bid lor tting the i %  .,. i ; anj Wally Gluck's district in Den race includes Star l la id Surpi in tin i for District 38 is Henry M. V aitzkin, president of !!.•• Miami Beach Bar Assn past worshipful master of I Lodge. He's Democratic Club of Miami Beach number, also... Esther Gottfried, president of the Women's Auxiliary of American Legion Post B5, also running in Choose your favorite style of H0R0WITZ-MARGARETEN f Gefilte Fish Tops-fo-Taste Quality! REGULAR in liquid broth or jelled saute jumbo or snack-size portions. •> PIKE ,. riWHlTEHSHn %  Jl DE LUXE ... made with aristocratic PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusively...with homey thick, shimmering jelled sauce. District 38 Robert Sperling, veteran real estate man, up in 3'J District 1 looks like a hot race between Henry Abrahams, vice pesident of the Miami Beach Democratic Club ar.d charter member of Surfside lodge, and Eugene Beck. Gene probably can recite mere political information than any one—we said any one—in the United States States without ever, a glance at a World Almar.a. He'll receive I support from Kennedy %  '. %  mi Beach. Jack S. Popick, president of local unit of %  r.ear. Friends of the Hebi of Jerusal n rei %  sented thi area at t! '. P" 1 American : Public Alfa rs Comn in Wa morn.. Popick, who doubles in brass chairman of the executive committee for Israel Bondin Greater Miami, said principal attention was given to "United Nations policy of ambivalent neutrality in Middle East." Quote comes from keynote address of Rabbi Philip Bernstein, of Rochester, national chairman of the committee, which I. L. Kenen so ably directs. Executive secretary is Rita Grossman, a Miami native, former editor of The Jewish Floridian. who was editor of the University of Miami Hurricane when this scribe was sports editor Rabbi Bernstein said "The United Nations should get the Syrians to observe the! cease fire. If there is no shooting. | there will be no shooting back." Crisis abated sharply after the conclave as the Syrians took to fighting among themselves. Even i with the reported revolt in North Syria put down, there can be little doubt that Col. Nasser has won a convincing victory in his f14ht for Arab leadership. Proximity of Egyptian Army on Isrel's exposed Southern flank means more to Syrian military far-removed ar.d untested Iraqi fi rces Mrs. Ke.ser Will Head Home Here Cholim KOSH cent Home of Greater Miami at a bi unch on '•'• %  laj evening at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Arthur Apim will conduct 'he ceremony. Invocation will be given by Mrs Morris Dubler and benediction by Mrs. Sam Yudien. Joseph Malek. attorney, will give a program of Yiddish and Hebrewsongs, with Mrs. Olga Biber Stern at the piano. Malek was recently named Knight of the Month by tbJJ George Gershwin Lodge of the Knights of Pythias, with William Reiner, chancellor commander, presenting the award. New officers are Mesdames Joseph Reiser, president; Ray Licberman, executive vice president; Albert Kohn, treasurer; Adolph Ecker, recording secretary; Harry Topper, corresponding secretary; Louis Fishman, Helen Hornstein, George Burkim and Fannie Forstein, vice president; Nathan Roth and Anna Rosenfeld, life membership vice presidents; Sam Yudien, chaplain; Paula Belanoff, sergeant-at-arms; Victoria B. Roe, parliamentarian; Miss Lillian Nydick, recording secretary; ana Mrs. Edward Elkin, honorary president. 'Im tees are Nathan Roth and Mesdames Edward Elkin, Sarah S Czech, Altha MeSSlrOW, and Morns Dubler. Herbert Scber Chapel Dedication Sunday Will Feature Presentation Ceremonies Dedication of the Herbert E. Scber Memorial Chapel of Beth David Congregation will take place on Sunday at 3 p m. Mr Scher passed away in 1959. At *he time of his death, he was president of Beth David, and he held this office for five term? before that. Sidney Aronovitz, a former president of Beth David, and chairman of the ded'eation committee, said Wednesday that Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro has invifed Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, former spiritual leader of Beth David, to share the platform with him in the dedication program, adding that Rabbi Rosenberg has accepted the invitation. former presimember of Beth and : active in Jewish communal allairs. will introduce both spiritual leaders, who will pay tribute to the late Mr. Scher. Cantor William W. Lipson will chant the opening prayer. Greetingfrom the congregation. Men's Club and Sisterhood will be expressed by their respective presidents. Phillip Schiff. Max Jacobion, and Mrs. Max Jacobson. The program will be followed by a visit to the chapel, at which time a plaque will be unveiled by Mrs. Herbert E Scher. Refres! will be served by the Sister.-. 5uector Hall. Luncheon Group Honors Wilson Herman Wilson, financial of thMiami Beach Z. i • District, will be honored Club meeting on W day afternoon at the Rlti Ml, who has served aficer. a.-ui also the office mai t e district for sevei .cited in the past as he outstanding volunteers organization." Guest speaker at the luncheon will be Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Jacob C, Fishman and Joseph Malek are chairmen of the Luncheon CHID, and Joseph Spar. Abe Rubin. H Weintraub. Bessie Greenwaid, and Joseph Alter are in charge of trie arrangements committee. MORE PEOPLE USC refreshing, calorie-free Ml Kosher for Passover DISTRIBUTED BY: 1*AI3I IHSTH1IM TOIIS. INC. 373 N.E. 61st Street Miami, Florida -I / %  arena' Suadrfne *^^3 Liquid SWatlt THAN SUGA8 YiT HO FOOD VALUl Recommends d by doctor v tat I *betic5. ovetwe.ghts ind to atom diets. Us* lor btvfijgofc Mosierti. cooking. Port. 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As a W'ftto subscribers. The Jewish Floridian will present fr_.
fcr the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Bex
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the narre
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
ho'e address and telephone nurcber. The corsage will be
fc-.varded to you courtesy of Blackstane Flower Shops in.time
fcr the occasion.
Stuart Cypen
.. Lehrman will officiate
tar Mitzvah of Stuart Alan,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Cypen, iuring services at Temple
I -El on Saturday morning,
Stuart is a seventh grade student
at Nautilus Junior High, where he
on the conduct honor roll and
plays viola in the orchestra. He
is a member of the Stamp Club.
A luncheon in his honor will be
held at the Algiers hotel following
tin ceremony.

Robert Belitsfcy
Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of
Mi and Mrs. Ray Belitsky, will be
cbsi rved Saturday morning, Apr, 7,,
at Temple Ner Tamid, with Rabbi! nciau.
Eugene Labovitz officiating.
I ( celebrant is a student at Nau-,
ilus Junior High and in the Tem-
ple's religious school.
A reception in his honor will fol
lew the services.
Talmudic College to Begin Classes Soon;
Orthodox Vaad Marks Fifth Anniversary
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiritual
, leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute, this week announced that
classes will soon begin at the re-
\ eently-chartered Talmudic Theo-
logical College of America.
The college will be situated on
a site next door to the Orthodox
Vaad Hakashruth of Florida at
7801 Carlyle ave.. which is now
celebrating its firth anniversary.
According to Rabbi Ever, the
Talmudic College will complete
the pattern that began with his
establishment of Agudath Isr/el
Hebrew Institute and expanded
with the Vaad on November 7,
1957.
"The college will enjoy the ad-
vantage of close association with
Levenberg," a history of 25
years of Judaism in America, pub-
lished in 1939; "Holiday Sym-
bols," in 1947; and "Two Worlds,"
a series of essays advancing solu-
tions for social and religious
problems, which appeared in 1956.
For the latter he was granted a
Doctor of Philosophy degree from
Burton College of Colorado.
The Beach spiritual leader is cur-
rently working on a fourth book,
dealing with questions of lore and
Jewish law.
Officers of the Orthodox Vaad
Hakashruth of Florida are Herman
Weintraub, president; Philip Yass-
er, vice president; Sam Brick, sec-
retary; William Cohen, treasurer;
and board of directors, Morris
Block, Harry Cammer, Charles
F.ichen, Max Goldberg, Samuel
llorshkowitz. Sam Klein. Morris
Samewitz and Moishe Sterling.
Rabbi Ever this week announced
the appointment of Reuben Guber-
nian as executive secretary and di-
rector oi_comnuinitv^ relations o
Talmudic College! Gubcrman's
[unction will be to coordinate the
activities of the center of Hebrew
< holarship with the needs and acti-
vities of the community.
Guberman has a long background
of business writing and business
Bystems analysis.
Mrs. Friedman Tells Candidacy
Sylvia S. Friedman, wife of Judge i Mrs. Friedman, a native of South
i Milton A. Friedman of Miami, an-1 Carolina, has lived in Miami for
day to day religious pracCV-s nounced this week her candidacy i the past 22 years. She is the moth-
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Slvart Cypen
Judith Stein
Steven, in the seventh grade at
Shenandoah Junior High School, is
an avid stamp collector.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro will ol-
Morris Susaneck
Morris Harold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Susaneck, will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr.
7. at Tifereth Israel Congregation.
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman and Can-
tor Albert Glantz, the celebrant's
grand uncle, will officiate.
Both his maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Rose Borkin, and his paternal
grandmother, Mrs. Tillie Susaneck,
will be present at the ceremony.
The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
grade student at West Miami Jun-
ior High.

Judith Stein
Bar Mitzvah of Judith, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stein,
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
ing, Apr. 7, at Temple Emanu-El,
with Dr. Irving Lehrman offieiat-
ing.
\ -venth grade student at Nau-]
tilu- Junior High, Judith is on the i
scholarship and conduct honor rolls.
lier hobbies include water sports
ar-d art.
A reception for her friends will
be held Saturday evening at her
I
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Steven Sodikoff
Donald Sodikoff, son ol
Mrs. Maurice Sodikotr. will
.: h a' Beth David
Andrew Linch
Andrew Mark Linch, son ol Mi
and Mrs Abraham Linch. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
services on Saturday, Apr. 7.
Andrew is in the seventh grade
at Shenandoah Junior High School.
His hobbies include coin collecting
and sports.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro will of
ficiate.
Death Cancels Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Lip-
son at Saturday morning services
of Temple Judea was canceled ab-
ruptly this week immediately fol-
lowing the sudden death of his
grandfather, George Miller. Steven
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Lip-
son, 409 Miller rd., Coral Gables.
He is a seventh grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High. Rabbi
Mordecai Podet and Cantor William
Royal were to have officiated.
through the Agudath Institute, and
will have the additional advantage
of working with the applied tenets
of Kasruth through the Vaad,"
Rabbi Ever explained.
The spiritual leader pointed out
that "the Orthodox Vaad now sup-
ervises many dairies and beverage
companies, as well as a long list of
Kosher establishments, on a reg-
ular basis. The Vaad also super-
vises many of the finer Kosher
hotels and restaurants."
Rabbi Ever was ordained in 1935
as an Orthodox Rabbi, with his or-
dination bearing specific mention ol
"Yore Yore" and "Yodin Yodin,"
dietary and ritual laws, as well "as
civil laws. His ordination at the
New Haven-Cleveland Orthdox
Rabbinical Seminary of America
was signed by Rabbi Judah H. Lev- j
enberg, world-renowned rabbinical j
scholar, and Rabbi Uri Meyer Cir-j
lin, late Dean of the Los Angeles
Yeshiva.
Rabbi Dr. Ever is author of
"Biography of Rabbi Judah H.
for Democratic State Committee-
voman. This is her first venture
into the field as a political candi-
date.
MKS. MIUTON FRIEDMAN
er of Ronald, 20, an honor graduate
of Miami High School, now attend-
ing the University of North Caro-
lina; Kenneth, 18, now serving as
state president of the Junior Order
of B'nai B'rith; and a daughter
Judith, an honor student at Shen-
andoah Junior High.
Known for her activities in PTAs
and civic endeavors. Mrs. Fried-
man has felt the need "for a
sfonger, more unified Democratic
Party in Florida." "A strong
America needs a strong Democrat-
ic Party to best carry out the prin-
ciples of democracy," Mrs. Fried-
man explained, "and I feel qualified
to give leadership in this area be-
cause of my activities and educa-
tional background."
Mrs. Frieman majored in gov-
ernment at the University of South
Carolina and the University of
Miami.
Election for the position of State
Committecwoman takes place on
May 29.

Apr. 7.
Candidates Will
Answer Queries
Congressional candidates will be
guests of the Citizens Action
League on Monday evening at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy dr.
A question and answer period has
been set aside for each candidate,
Appearing will be Sen. W. "Cliff"
Herrell, Sen. Claude Pepper. Coun-
ty Commissioner Charles
.an Dante FaHdl and
Rep. David El In
press your feelings to your loved ones .
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Miami Chapter
Donor Luncheon
Mrs. David A. Hesse, donor chair-
man, has announced that Miami
Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will have its
annual donor luncheon in La Rondfc
room of the Fontainebleau hotel on
Tuesday noon.
A candlelighting ceremony, pre-
pared by Mrs. Meyer Forer, will
commemorate the tenth anniver-
sary of the chapter, with a mem-
bership now of over 200 women.
Presentation of service awards
and entertainment by Larry Blue.
singer and accordion player, will be
included in the program.
Donor recorder is Mrs. Lilyan
Brotman, and committee members
are Mesdames Arthur Anderson,
Leon Andress, Louis August, Jos-
han, Aaron Bellinkofl
irchansky, Dorothy Dittman,
Ducnon, Murray Glad
. /. Ethel Lackey, Harry
Peru living Schwartz, Maurice
I David Weisberg.
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Fcge 10-A fJenist ncrldfiair Friday. April 6. 1962 I U.S. Body in Middle East Statement 3 lichael Oritt. son of Mrs. Sehna Oritt and the late Samuel Oritt, 810 Lakevi?w dr., presents the 60-volume English edition of the Babylonian Talmud to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, :::incipal of the Academy. The piesentation, made at a spe;.al assembly, was given to the new Hebrew Academy Lirary in memory of his father, who was a member of the oard of directors of the Academy, and active in many religious and communal organizations. Temple Menorah Camp Schedule ; %  H :I emple Menorah has announced schedule for its summer dayTip, which will open on June 18 1 run tor eight weeks. Vnder the supervisor! of Herzl .nor. education director of the igious school, trained supervisors 1 contuct activities including ging. dancing, dramatics, games. "s and crafts. A full athletic .grain, including swimming inuction in an Olympic-sized pool 1 be provided ~he camp will use the facilities the air-conditioned social hall. •sery rnd youth lounge, where hoi Kosher lunches will be served. A wading pool for three-year-old children will be available in the recreation area. A special Kabbalat Shabbat service will he held each Friday. Weekly iield trips scheduled include: Pepsi Cola visit, Funland. PlaneUtrium and Museum of Science, Seaquarium, Crandon Park Zoo, Clyde Beatty Jungleland, Seminole Queen boat trip to Musa Isle, fire station and police station visits, Mac-Arthur Dairy, and Greynolds Park picnic. WASHINGTON (JTAi — The an Israel Public Affairs : • %  ; concluded i] pol:.\.r. th polii Easl is %  %  %  -• % % %  : C immittee is a naoi which workto rican-Israel friendh p Rabbi FS;iip S. Bernstcjin, chairman of the committee, addressing ths conference, cal.ed i-pcn the United Nations to distinguish between "those who fire shots of .-.ggression and those who reply in self-defense." Referring io the recent Israel-Syrian clash on the Sea of Galilee, he declared there should be no double standard. "If the United Nations assumes an attitude of ambivalent neutrality towards this violence, it will probably continue," he said. "The United Nations should get the Syrians to observe the cease-fire. If there is no shooting, there will be no shooting back." Rabbi Bernstein urged that the U.S. Government should "make clear its conviction that Israel is here to stay, that Israel, as a sovereign nation, has every right to develop its economy to support its population, and that our country will not give its support to proposals or action designed to promote belligerence and to obstruct the economic development of the area." "Our Government must know that short of peace with the Arabs. Israel simply cannot accept any number of refugees committed to the destruction of Israel. These proposals are fut:Ie and they may "The United States," he said, "was i-,( giving the rel jees false hopes," committed to direct negotiations he declared I also con'ended .;. iween Israel and the Arab states that the L'.S to rce \ inby lormer UN resolutions, and the • i resident of the United States was .. i ., 16-nation pe.-.ce committed to this bj statements ive al th last UN session, thai ha m*de prior :o his election." rdSe3£rW!IS Mx Third Sedi c le I the [sra il Commi tee of i %  •. %  levoted to I -n Jubilee of Kupat Holim. The Third Sed r the organize: Sunday, Apr. 22 6:30 p.m at the Coronet hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual der of Temple Beth Sholom, has i di signati d as chairman of the i •. ent. Rabbi Kronish said that the Bus iness and Professional Council ot Kupat Holim here is currently planning to participate in the construction of a Greater Miami Medical Center in the Negev The center •ill be part of Kupat Holim's vast medical network in Israel. The project was officially launched here recently at a meeting in the home of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, with Mrs. Michael Comay as guest speaker RA3?/ IE0.V KROV'SM FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS RLTURN BY POPULAR DEMAND! Rabb? Maurice Klein and Choir WILL CONDUCT THE PASSOVER SEDERS AT THE HARFEI^ST RESTAURANT 1381 WASHINGTON AVE. KOSHER MASHGIACH ON PREMISES M£AT & DAIRY MENU Serving Daily 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. TWO SEDERS $ 15 Per Person TWO SEDERS PLUS SIX DINNERS DURING PASSOVER WEEK $32 Per Person RESERVE IMMEDIATELY Call JE 8-2055 or JE 8-2058 PASSOVER Holiday Meals • RABBI HI ISRAEL OFFICIATING $10 PER* PERSON lor TWO NIGHTS HOTEL PROMENADE 2469 COLLINS AVE. FOR RESERVATIONS Phone George Ktiye JE 8-5721 %  a. 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Tzce 2-A +j*ist ftor&km Friday. April 6, 1962 fabiknri Hebrew Academy students, winners in the recert Dcde County Science Fair, are : = ~ to right Thomas Gcldrir.o who received honorcble mention for his project on electrical current; Roncid Bergman, who ccme in second with a project on the cuiomic nervous system, shown in the background; and Randy Makovsky, a winner in the Academy's Science Fair for his extensive study on congenital heart disease. Joseph Acknei chairman c: the Hebrew Academy 3 snce Departme I is shown (haring the victory with his %  :• '•-, \\nmPf TERMITES SWARMING 5 2" slim Atnr<-.nn bern. --, >, well br. J iy widow j : tc m:-- g '-mart. MUST sir-?!? \ dor.c : ng & %  ; : I ? • 2973, i PsstelMee, SOU ZED HUM'S HAIR SKL v IE ih rIOTEl EAitBEK S Hr Appl. Crf/ T: 1 *779 Sportsman to Get Cedcrs Award nthro%  .:' %  "<• the Ho-p. Pfc -i-.ropy" *pr. home. : j 11 i -: b) E Albert Pa dot. of of the camThe plaque is a life-siie bronie prcftle of S :brmjn by sculptor Thomas Famigtietti. mounted on KIIPV*, which will be displayed in Cedars' Hall of Honor. -. > president of Tropics! Park Race Track ;re. He has pledged 830.000 to the Ce of Lebanon H'>>?;ta! for comply I of the upper three i>r-. Urns becoming ;he first -Standard Bearer cf Philanthropy ir. :he growing roster of IMUDMUVJ Another St and a re Bearer includes Mr zr.i Mrs >a.~ Spector. who have contribute i a similar amount '. %  : I Co-h • the SUbern tor. • • end lor. B "..iD maid %  .-. r I %  %  "Cedars cf Leb-non Hospital will get a tremendous lift with the announcement of Mr. Silbers gift," said hospital president, Samuel T. Saoiro, this week. "He has provided our development drive v.i:h just the magic precede hy |pDAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS Wfl M.UEBERMANT50N51 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE o*d all other points Weekly Service fire Proof Consfrocfed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave Miami Beach Did JE 8-8353 PALMER'S MIAMI HUMEKT CO. "Miami's leading Memorial Dealers" S;rv;g the Jewish Cmmvnht Sinst 1925 MAWS ONE AND osir JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATtKISG uamnta TO THE JimiM tutmtu GUARANTIED FINEST QUAUTY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I 6R6VE MARKERS HEADSTONES FCui'j'.'O.-.ES Only $35.00 WJ:y Pay More? Buy for less at Palmer's and Save I Ai; MetmmeiHi Cwstem Mode in Our Owu Shops within 3 Oayt I Htxl t Corner at 33r4 Avenee PHONE! | J 1492) Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky M5 MKHt€AN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Pho#e JE 1-359S ROOF LEAK? € A L L VICTOR CGNN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ACME ROOFING CO. IE 8-7255! •wo weeks the PresMcnt'l Dinner on Aprl. 28 at the Deamille hotel, featuring a nal appearance if ,\ • \' Ribicoff, Secretary of Health c-ition an 1 Welfare, and Mrs liihi. elf. c. dars Hi spital | | \v, ;i:i, .• opened its doon las \ %  h hen opi rati lg at i : its i' 8 bed • • %  The non-profit, w: 'i com. J v ill < vei D, de county v. hen the fourth. floors are finished. ford K Bronsti rir:ministrator. and -' chairman of the lees. SAUL SILBERMAN touch we've needed to complete the buildmg. I look to other business leaders in Miami and Miami Beach to follow his example." Ttti remonies on Apr 15


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Ifriday. April 6. 1962 +Jewlsti n-cridHknn Page 13-B J$*r %  v „?„ %  ..., :..,i._.. MRS. MIUTON FR/fOMAN er of Ronald, 20, an honor graduate of Miami High School, now attending the University of North Carolina; Kenneth, 18, now serving as state president of the Junior Order of B'nai B'rith; and a daughter Judith, an honor s'udent at Shenandoah Junior High. Known for her activities in PTAs and civic endeavors, Mrs. Friedman has felt the need "for a stronger, more unified Democratic Party in Florida." "A strong America reeds a strong Democratic Party to best carry out the principles of democracy," Mrs. Friedman explained, "and I feel qualified to give leadership in this area because of my activities and educational background." Mrs. Frieman majored in government at the University of South Carolina and the University of Miami. Election for the position of State Committeewoman takes place on May 29. urday morning, Apr. 7. Express your feelings to your loved ones SEND FLOWERS frcm the BLACKSTOKE FLOWER SHOPS C e of the cdest in Greater Miami JWl Pfcone zing you 24 hours 7 days UNlOII 6-U33 Miami Chapter Donor Luncheon Mrs. David A. Hesse, donor chairman, has announced that Miami Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will have its annual donor luncheon in La Roncte room of the Fontainebleau hotel on Tuesday noon. A candlelighting ceremony, prepared by Mrs. Meyer Forer, will commemorate the tenth anniversary of the chapter, with a membership now of over 200 women. Presentation of service awards, and entertainment by Larry Blue, singer and accordion player, will be included in the program. Donor recorder is Mrs. Lilyan Brotman, and committee members are Mesdames Arthur Anderson, Leon Andress, Louis August, Joseph Barchan, Aaron Bellinkofl iv Birchansky, Dorothy D Peter Duchon, Murray Glad Abe Katz, Ethel Lackey. Harry Perlroth, Irving Schwartz, .'. I Davul Weisberg. we put all our EGGS in one basket! LhtM to Radio Station WKAT 1360 on your Mm Sunday at 7-i P M to the comments 01 tnc H0NORABU JUDGE SlVIM'wGlANDER. VICE MAYOR Of M.AM. BEACH Mahi Temple at Services Mahi Temple will eth David Con iday night services this ; week. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro I will officiate, assisted by Cantor William W. Lipson. PASSOVER SEDERS (StHetty Kosher) SERVICES~CONDUCTED BY Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Cantor Edward l/OH are invited #i CHOIR DIRECTED BY ELI SAMUELS WEDNESDAY EVENING APRIL 18, at 6:30 PM. Temple Menor 620-75th STREET THURSDAY EVENING APRIl 19, ot 6:30 P.M. ah S o c i a MIAMI BEACH I Hall $12.50 for Non-Members EACH NIGHT ALL-INCLUSIVE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL THE TEMPLE AT UN 6-0221 $10 for Members HAS EVERYTHING KOSHER FOR PASSOVER THE WORLD'S FINEST MATZOS, EGG MAT/OS AND MATZO MEAL Gefilte Fish • Borscht • Potato Lotke&Kugel Mixes • Preserves Cakes and Cake Mixes • Candies • Condiments • Coffee, Tea and dozens of other Passover Delicacies... Distinctive in Taste, Distinguished for Quality, and Dedicated to Kashruth. u "Z^;:::i RABBI AARON S0L0VEICHIK ARON STREIT, INC., 150 RIVINGTON ST. NEW YORK,*. Y. SAVE 5c STREIT'S ON ONE 32 oz. JAR OR TWO 16 oz. JARS OF NEW WHITEFISH AND PIKE FISH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER BAKtRS Of YOUR" FAVORITE MATZOS TAKE THIS COUPON TO YOUR FOOD STORE TODAY! jin PKAI.Klt: The bearer <>f thla coupon i Mttttlad to Be oft '>n the purchase cf I qt. Jar or pt Jars STREIT'S WhUeflan & Plki in •. i i Co. will redeem thi coii|K>n phia -c handling, i^ proving pu BUfllclenl stock i ver coupons redeemed must %  i. cuiestc 1 fthown wht il.



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7>cae 16-A vJtnisti ncridliar Friday. April 3, 1962 f 'Public School Religion' Charged in New York State NEW YORK—(JTA)—The American Jewish Committee and the An;i-Defamation League of Bnai B'rith announced that they are charging the New York State Board f Regents with establishing "public school religion" by poosonng a prayer in public schools. The two organizations revealed that they submitted to the U S. Supreme Court an amicu; curiae brief in which they argue that the Regents' prayer in public schools constituted an establishment of religion" and thus violated the First Amendment to the Constitution. The brief was filed in a case involving the New Hyde Park public schools. The brief stresses tSat both organizations include among their membership "vast numbers of people who not only believe in the existence of God, but devoutly worship Him." However, the organizations hold to the view that "prayer in our democratic society is a matter for the home, synagogue and church, and not for the public schools." The New York Board of Regents, in a statement on moral and spiritual training in the schools, had Prized "Hechsher" (certificate of Kashruth) is presented to Bernard Manischewitz, president of the firm which bears his name, by Rabbi Eliezer Silver. The traditional ceremony observed prior to the Passover is one of the annual events at the bakery, held now for over 70 years. The "Hechsher" attests that all Manischewitz matzoh, wine and all food processing carried out by the company is in strict conformity with the stringent requirements of Kashruth. Signing the certificate (left to right) are Rabbi I. Siegal, Jersey City, N.J.; Rabbi N. Riff. Camden, N.J.; Rabbi E. Silver, Cincinnati, O.; Rabbi C. Karlinsky, New York. Also pictured is William B. Manischewitz, treasurer of the B. Manischewitz Company. recommended that the daily Pledge oi Allegiance "might well be joined w.th this act of reverence of God." The act ol reverence was in the : form of a prayer devised by the, B-.ard of Regents which reads: "Almighty GoJ. we acknowledge! cur dependence upon Thee and we : l-eg Thy blessings upon us, our parents, our teachers and our country." In 1958. the New Hyde Park Beard of Education directed the district principal to institute this p;ayer as a daily procedure following the Pledge of Allegiance. A number of parents in that school district brought suit against the Beard of Education on the constitutionality of the prayer in the school system. The case is now before the U.S. Supreme Court following decisions by the New York Slate courts upholding the New Hyde Park Board of Education. Provisions for the excuse of pupil.whose parents object to their participation in the school sponsored prayer, the brief states, does not make the practice any less an establishment of religion. The National capital area Council of Churches said meanwhile that public schools should not require teachers or students to participate in devotional Bible reading or mass prayer recitations. Similarly, observance of religious holidays in public schools, said the Council, "should have clear educational purposes and should not distract from the religious meaning which some associate with that holiday." The Council positions were contained in a statement prepared by a Special Committee on Religion in the Public Schools which was ntimed last January to study the issue of religion in public schools lollowing an appeal from the Washii.gton Jewish Community Council to school boards in the Washington area to discontinue all religious obM nances in public schools. The Church Council said that while "it is not the function of the public school to be a church or synagogue, or attempt to do the work of the church or synagogue." it endorsed the idea that "objective treatment of religious facts as an integral part of the com;•>., anil curricula*' would be accepta o. On the subject of Christmaobservance in schools, long a one of contention within the Jewish community, the Council saw r tion so lamp, as the culture, of the holiday were stress no reference to the religio tones of Christmas. 'bjecPects with over* Where people come first for security and 4 1% 4 PER Paid & Compounded Q uarterl y Savings received at FIRST FEDERAL by the 20th earn from the 1st Your savings will now earn at FIRST FEDERAL'S new, higher dividend rate of 4Ji% per annum from the 1st of the month if received at any of our 5 convenient offices by the 20th .. and dividends are now paid and compounded quarterly— four times a year. While your savings are earning at the increased rate, they are protected by over 27 million dollars in safety reserves and the strength of more than 300 million dollars in assets at the South's Largest Federal, where people come first. First Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI W. H. WALKER, Chairman %  % Molly Picon's MISH-MASH "=*iarrr: How did I get started in a theatrical career? Mama pave :.. my first push. Mania was a dressmaker. Since we live 1 around the corner from the Columbia Theatre in Phi! • delphia, Mama's first customer was an actress. Fannii Thomashefsky. If the name rings a bell, it should. She w the sister-in-law of Boris Thomashefsky, the famous Yiddi actor. One day Mama was on her knees with a mouth full i pins, draping Fannie's ample figure, when a thought stru,^ la-r. "Molly, sing a little something for the lady." Nine yea old Molly needed no urging, and burst into song. Mama w. ; so proud and excited she stuck Mrs. Thomashefsky with a pin. Nevertheless, the actress liked my performance tad promised to let me sing in her next show. When she left. : jumped up and down and shouted. "Hurrah, I'm an actor:'' Mothers are all alike. Years later, a woman barged into nv dressing room with her little girl who was dressed in an exa.t copv of a costume I wore in Circus Girl. "My daughter 'i crazy about you," she began. "I have to take her to see all your plays. She stands in front of a mirror a whole day copying everything you do. She insisted on coming back stage to meet you." The child stood motionless, staring at the floor. "Go on, Sandra, tell Miss Picon how much you love her, how you want to be just like her when you grow up. Show her how you can sing and make funny eyes like Shmendrick." Poor Sandra stood frozen. In desperation, her mother said, "All right, so you won't sing. But at least tell the lad", she should hear it from your own lips, who your favorite actress is." Finally the girl spoke up: "Mickey Mouse."' You see? 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Friday. April 6. 1962 vJewisfi fkridRbn Page 7-A Ekhsttann's Defense Counsel Says He'll Appeal to Lm At the 37th anniversary and installation of tn Looge ol B'nai b'rlth at thd Deou. are front (left to right) Eli Huiwitz, outg president; E. Alberi Pallot, instaUinn oiA. David Rayvis, presidentSarford M. president-elect. Rear are Moe : iaizman, Saul Blake, Dr. William Schiff, "•• ; t~n Kahn. Sidney Palmer, Morton Palmer, tin Budnick, and Marvin Pearlmcn. Mass. Urges U.S. Action on Boycott vr< IN —(J i \ ssi unions u p isiti ii ag linsl Arab interl ol Ann rican citizei s" were adoptei ; id usetts Central Court. N< i'.i | in I to adopt such ons and the seventh slate ifter California, Mis_ .... New Jersey, New York, 1 cnns; Ivania and Wisconsin. The petition adoption of thi resolutions v as originally subto the Joint Committee on i itional Law in January. Among those speaking in favor of i on was Herbert B. Ehrmann, chairman of the executive : i ard an l honorary national prosi ; the American JVwih com• and Rep S Iney Q. Curtiss. In ihi General Court, the resolutions ir< si i I•• ed by boih Democrats and Republicans and are in keeping with the iyu platform of both parties. TIFERETH ISRAEL SEDER Wednesday Eve. 6:15 APRIL 18rh 6500 N. MIAMI AVE. Ceita'scted by NATHAN H. ZW5TMAN RAB3I BEN YOOMIN GENDLER "Matter of MeMies" Adults Children $7.50 $3.75 Telephone PL 1-6791 rging the Si ite Department to lake Tenet in the < ; 11.. •. i %  t ol the affairs l unanimously here by both houses Tins makes Massachusetts the first The text of the identical resolutii .'. adopted by both houses reads: "The General Court of Massachusetts respectfully urges the Department of State to take a firm position against Arab interference in the conduct of the affairs of American citiens and businessmen, to abstain from any accommodation to Arab League boycott activities and policies, wneihar passive or overt, to resist any efforts by Arab nations to maintain or widen its boycott activities in the United States, and to exert all possible efforts and utilize its resources to the fulfillment of the spirit and purposes of this resolution." Copies c| the resolutions will be forwarded by the secretary of the comit), nwealth to the Secretary of Stale of the United States. A resolution calling on the United Stales Department of Stale to "firmly" oppose Arab interference with the rights of American citizens and firms to travel to, reside in i r trade with areas controlled by Arab League states was meanwhile introduced in the Michigan State Senate at Lansing last weekend by State Sen. Charles S. Blondy. The resolution also calls on the State Department to "redress these circumstances and conditions, and to prevent them in the future." In the preambular clauses of the resolution, Senator Blondy specifically objected to the anti-Israeli boycott as applied to American citizens and shipping, and to the banning of Jews from the United States-operi-led Dharhan airbase in Saudi Arabia. Cc .tinued Ircm Page 1-A major element introduced by Bichmane's lawyer on appeal was a proposal thai • %  pei miUed le bring Dew v in sses and .'."..it the prosecutio.i be sirec ed to on sent as v. iM, sses thi alleged ai ductors of Eichmann from Ai entina H nppeale I to the court to the death penaltj on wha: he called humanitarian grounds, The conn rejected the requesl tor the production ci new witnesses, Dr. Servatius argued that he district courl which trie Eichmann lucked jurisdiction because the charged crimes were committed outside Israel; that the abduction of Eichmann in Argentina had brought him illegally within Israel's jurisdiction and that the illegalitywas therefore fatal to the court's jurisdiction; that his client had been a mere transport official carrying Out directives from his superiors: that the trial in Jerusalem was held in a prejudicial climate. Israel Attorney General Gideon Hausner, arguing against the appeal, told the five-man appeal court that the evidence before the trial court left no doubt of Eichmann's guilt, and that the Nazi butcher must be made to pay with his life for his inhuman crimes. He said "there is no punishment in the wold commensurate with the enormity of his deee'e." Retorting to Dr. Servat.us' p-eo foi mercy for his client, Mr. Hd'jsner reminded the court c{ Eichmann's callous assertion in 'he course of his trial that ".hira is o place for repentance i.Ai remorse. hi v ol the volumii • ci rd, the c urt is expecti d to ti P ss th or two before ling tiewn a ruling on the apI, al Should it sustain the con. wction and the penally, the only i medy open to Eichmann will be appeal clemency to the i M sidenl oi Israel, who would face insurmountable criticism it he mod11 ed the death sentence. There has for years been a strong und current in Israel against the death penalty not only among the intellectuals I ut on a mass level, but lure are few in Israel who would bet against the prediction by Eichmai h ayer that the Nazi butcher will not be around at his next birthday. Ad Firm Names Staffer E. J. Seheaffer and Associates have announced the appointment of Alan J. Gallagher tc the copy stale. Gallagher, original!" from England, came to this country with the Sears Roebuck orgi nization which he served for ten jears. Five of these were spenl in t le national advertising department. Board Will Meet Weekly Starting this Friday, board of trustees of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will meet weekly at 4 p.m., in the conference room, it was announced By E. Albert Pallot. vice t president, and chairman of the Ced; rs development fund. The business and civic leaders will report on progress of the current fund-raising campaign to complete the upper three floors. 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Page 4-B vjewistincrkffor? Friday. April 6, 1962 MARILYN WOMAN OF THE WEEK The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. This old-fashioned a. i< correct in the case of Marilyn iMrs. Harry B.) Smith pretty blond, daughter of Inez Krensky. and one of the outstanding club.women_> our town. Marilyn was born in Chicago and moved to Miami Beach when she was eight. At Miami Beach High School, she participated in many activities, including a cappella choir and cheer-leading, of.Bourse. When she was sixteen. Marilyn drove her father to a Miami Beach Civic League meeting and met all the men there, including one she thought quite old. Harry waited until she graduated from high school before he began dating her. Marilyn went to the University of Miami because she wanted to be close to home, what with her father's illness. At eighteen, she was married — their age difference no longer seemed so monumental. With her mother's example as a guide. Marilyn started at once to do her share in thecommunitv. She and Harry organized the Young Couples Club at Temple Beth Sholom. She accepted the challenge of organizing the Volunteens for Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary, and next came Les Girls of the Combined Jewish Appeal — and. of course. PTA. Marilyn spends every afternoon with her children, Lou Ann and Joey. They go groceryshopping, to the Mobile Library and. naturally, to opera and ballet, which Lou Ann loves. Sunday is family day. with Harry trying to teach Joey to fish. Right now. the Smiths are contemplating buying a boat in Marathon, and Marilyn applauds the idea, since there would be no phone to interrupt their leisure hours. For his part, Harry has been president of the Bar, Civic League, and presently, Palm-Star-Hibiscus Island Home Owners Assn., and Marilyn does her share of arrangements and phone calls. The Smiths love to travel, and have had many exciting adventures. But then everything Marilyn does seems exciting. Right now, she is studying the piano. In addition, she sings some, acts some, and is much adorable. Her column for a Miami Beach weekly finds her hardly able to wait to read her copy in galley. AT THE GRAHAMS The greenhouse was full of orchids, the street was full of cars, and the house was full of people, hats and women the day that the Miami chapter of Brandeis University, National Women's Committee, had their meeting. They do so many different things in Dr. George Graham's family that it's no wonder the house must be so big—enough room for everybody's hobby. Rae showed off her pictures of her sons on the walls. Mortimer Wien, there to give a lecture on modern art, brought Harry Rossman along to help him with the slides. Five pretty models showed a collection of hats from Jordan Marsh. Mr. Ted, who came along with the hats, doesn't believe that men prefer blonds because four of the models had very dark hair. They were Mrs. Robert Hyams, Mrs. Warren Witus, Mrs. Lawrence Porter and Mrs. Julian Burg. Mrs. Harold Thurman, with her gray hair, was supposed to be modeling granny hats, but there didn't seem to be any difference in the hats. Helen (Mrs. Hyman) Kaplan made all the delicious cookies. Enjoying the afternoon were Mrs. Michael Covin, Mrs. Marvin Tanner. Mrs Max Stein. Mrs. Marvin Zuckerman, Mrs. Louis Goodman, Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mrs, Frank Cole. Mrs. Herman Weiner, Mrs. Herbert Marvin Brown and the president, Mis. Joel Meyer, THEY DATED ALL FALL the; d, Mrs, R larks — sh< iHel< n (Mrs. %  — and I 158 years i coz; I r. G mai i ith no familj befon r i .. He wishes there were moi OUT AT THE DORAL COUNTRY CLUB It never rains on a golf course. Then u Ir : Miller wearing that ingenious raincoat over her hi ad i .arshall l ; en she stopped to say hello to her husband who was having coffee with Alfred Kaskel and Bill Brenner? Howard Kaskel, in hi yellow pants, was outside hurrying hither and yon. It was the Doral Open Golf Championship. Also eating lunch was Madeline Ketzsky, whose husband. Dr. Joseph, was walking the course with their houseguest, Dr. Samuel Whitehouse, of Johns Hopkins. With her was Kstelle (Mrs. Bill) Brenner, who had spent the weekend there. Spotted in the crowd were Evelyn (Mrs. Arthur) Lowell. Mrs. Leo Fenster, and Mrs. Allen Cutler. Eating outside were the Bernard Pallants with their son Joe, the golfer of the family. Harriet (Mrs. Joe) Salinger and her sister, Mildred Ives, were lunching with friends. Irvin and Lucy Kuntz were also guests for the weekend — to play golf as well as watch. Everything, grounds, dining rooms, bars, and rooms are gorgeous. Doral was built in the middle of nothing — like the Negev. THEY LOOKED AND LOOKED Oh my, all eyes were on the head table at the Children's Asthma Research Institute dinner for Ed Lassman at the Fontainebleau. Jayne Mansfield and her husband, Mickey Hargitay, were the center of attention. Jayne sat next to Jennie Grossinger, and Mickey next to Mrs. Lassman. Jayne wore a long, slinky gold and silver sequin gown, and had a lot of fun with a mile-long gold jeweled cigaret holder. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, Chief and Mrs. Mike Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldstein. Judge and Mrs. Harold Spaet, Sam and Lottie Fricdland — he has a beard — Alex Gordon and his Sally, who served as master of ceremonies, Mrs. Bertha Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rubin. Judge and Mrs. Jason Berkman — he's a President Kennedy twin — wei there too. Couple to Live In No. Miami Bch. A double ring ceremony united Aurienne Muchnick and Harry B. Anchell on Sunday, Apr. 1. at Temple Sinai with Rabbi Benno Wallach officiating. Daughter of Mrs. Pauline Muchnick. 904 84th st., Miami Beach, Old the late Edward Muchnick. the bride was given in marriage by her brother. Sanfo'rd L. Muchnick. The family is originally from Philadelphia. Pa. Matron of honor was Mrs. Richard Barth. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anchell. of Brooklyn, N.Y. His brother. Robert Jay Anchell, served as best man. Following the ceremony, a reception for the immediate family was held at the Temple. Guests included Mrs. Annie Anchell, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levy, grandparents of the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs, Louis Weinfeld, the bride's maternal grandparents. After a honeymoon in the Florida Keys, the newly-weds will live at 1440 NE 17th st.. No. Miami Beach. Former Miamian Plans for Rites Announced here is the engagement of Miss Diana Alderton. daughter of William Alderton. Ipswich. England, and Airman 2/c Stephen A. Sigler, stationed with the U.S. Air Force at the Bentwaters Air Force Base in England. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sigler, of Far Rockaway, N.Y., formerly of Miami Beach, the future bridegroom received his early education here and graduated from Far Rockaway High. 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Friday. April 6. 1962 IpMicfIFMr'/rffrf/f^rr Page 15-A President of Mt. Sinai Hospital, J. Gerald Lewis, at the annual Founders Club with Mrs. Sunny Goode and Mr. and Mrs. William D. Sinqer. Founders Club In Social Here I'\ unders Club oi Mt. Sinai Hospital c ebri ed Its seventh year at un annual dinner dance Saturday evening ;.; the Eden Roc. Present were some 100 founders and their gues;s. A brief report on hospital needs and plans for the future was given bj Leonard A. Wien, chairman of the group, and by J. Gerald Lewis, president of the hospital. Plaques for participation in the founders club were presented to Leonard A Abe.--. Jerry Blank. Sam Blank, Ben Blum, Max V. Cogen, Samuel Friedlan I, Paul R. Gordon, Benjamin <;. Kline. Joseph M. Lip'on, Leon Lowenstein, Baron deHirsch Meyer. A J. MoiBRky, David Phillips. Lee Ratner, Dan B. Ruskin, Saul Silberman, Wm. D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph R. Stein, Albert Warner, Abe \V. Waxenberg and Carl Weinkle. Founders who had received plaques previously were Jack Garret. A C. Fine. Sam C. Levenson, J. Gerald Lewis, William B. McDonald, jr., Ben Markowitz. Max Schlossberg and Leonard A. Wien. Present at Mt. Sinai Hospital's annual Founders dinner dance on Saturday evening were chairman, Leonard A. Wien and Mrs. Wien, with Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Eshkoi Revsews Fiscal Condition TEL AVIV -i.ITAi — Finance MinimLevi Eshkol declared this week, in .i summary of Israel's five-wei ii nee with devalua hat the average rise In prices •( been silghtly more Hum onehalf ol Ihe percent during that period. Adding that if there had n>'t been a two percent rise in prices in the month preceding devaluation, there would he no excuse whatever for any increase in cost-of-iiving allowances to workers, the Finance Minister reiterated his opposition in any such increases before July. This is the date set in agreements between maniifaciurers and the Histadrut. Israel's Labor Fedcr a t i on, for consideration of diunges in the allowances. "Long time" members of Mt. Sinai Hospital Founders Club who enjoyed the seventh annual dinner dance of the civ ; at the Eden Roc on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mr-.. Dan B. Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank. Summer Camp Registration Now Registration is now open for Activities will include swimming, Camp Ha-Ge-Gah, summer day arts and crafts, dancing, camp for Beth Torah Congregation. Starting June 25. sessions will run for eight weeks. Mrs. Robert Schwartz is camp committee chairman. TRnVElIHGi Boys and milfrom (> through 12 are eligible, and bus transportation is available. ppTM. Call XGUS ; SHAW SERVICE. Inc. 14V N.F.. Ui St., M ami, FR 4-260* For Information 4 Reservations CHUCK KALL TRAVEL 975 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD (Giller Fildtj.) IWAMI BEACH New Mgmt. John E. Lcn.ird. V.P AUTHORIZE AGENT FOR JE 1-1195 7.IM LINES and EL AL GEORGE KRONEHGQLD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH .5E<: 1-0155 SAILING FROM NEW YORK EVERY THIRD WEEK: S.S. Israel and S.S. Zlon, stopping en route at Madeira, Spain and Greece SAILING FROM MEDITERRANEAN PORTS WEEKLYi S.S. Theodor Heril and S.S. Jerusalem (in season) See Your Tnnt >hjit w OWNERS' Mr.: AMERICAN ISRAELI SHIPPING CO. INC. 42 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 4, NY. • 014 7600 THE BALMY SOUTHERN SEA WAY fo Europe tnd the mWMfMM • Fully air conditioned • Stabilizer-equipped for smooth voyaging • Tempting, strictly Kosher cuisine • Lively Israeli atmosphere Miami OHiec: 407 lincoln Road JE 8032? FARR TOURS & TRAVEL SERVICE 424 Lincoln Road JE 1-5327 6638 Collins Avenue UN 5-7444 H Willkommen in Zurich!" El Al Isratl Airlines flies to Zurich and 14 other cities in Europe, Africa and Asia. SAIL ON AN ISRAELI SHIP MM For Official Rates & Information Call GETAWA1 7 TOUKS Telephone JE 2-3336 1638 Collins Ave. Mi"i Beach it



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friday. April 6. 196? fJewisti Fk)ridfifn Page 15-1 Testimonial Set For Berkowitz Abe Chiel, president of Congre-! Rabbi Solomon Scruff will offer pution Beth El, announces that a a special prayer. testimonial dinner in honor of Philip Berkowitz, honorary life president Lester ]. Waldman, national directc: of organization and planning for the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will speak at Temple Beth Sholom's Oneg Shabbat following Friday evening services this week. Waldman will discuss "Do Jews Have Built-in Radar?" Model Seder Sunday Dr. Irving Lehrman will present a model Seder for junior and senior high school students in Sirkin Hall on Sunday following 10 a.m. services in FrU'flland Chapel. of the congregation, will he held j Sunday, 6 p.m., in the auditorium. Berkowitz, a resident of Miami for many years, has been leader at Beth U thwmghout jno^t M the eongregation's history. He has served as president for many years. Dinner committee includes Sam Miller, chairman. Mrs. Max Rappaport, Mrs. lack Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seigal, Hyman Chabner, Geo. Bass, Isadore Schwartz. Seymour Schwartz. Joe Zalis. Hyman Kam. Mrs. Jeanne Rotcnberg. and Chicl. Rally Crowds For Malek LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLOR'OA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6X83:2 (Gordon) MI wrESr fttftWAseTi'MrXtcf, i .Mi-mil C i II, art; orlzed to In .. Ini %  • %  % %  5 nti • Pioi la P ahv.l f. \ s. I :. BL'KEUA ". Hi iLLOWAY, el 'i\. I attendants, NOTICE OF SUIT TO: MINNIE LEE HOI I 'WAT i: ilden %  • I'nt I VOi :-:K'. NI 'TIFIED that ., ,,, •,,.,, :.,. %  n % % %  i %  In %  < %  % % %  -' V" I .... Ml v. : % %  R HAOE COM'Wl if) •'• %  i %  j • : %  %  •. rnllov Ing d> % %  %  % %  it :•' %  '•'.;. SEC" 'NO %  i \ Ti Kli Mi XO .'•'V. dlmi to %  ; %  %  %  % %  irds of i i ft de Couni %  la: and y ir* requlied to tile yo H • she Clerk ol thi I i % %  i 4 T I %  :l • rida. ai One of the largest kick-off rallies Co rthoune in Miami. Florldi .. fore May -. 1962, and in the history of Miami Beach was held on Sunday for Joe Malek, candidate for Justice of Peace, Fifth District. Hours before the official opening jat 3 p.m.. the lobby of the DiLido I hotel was crowded with Malek supporters. An estimated crowd of 5.000 ate, drank and danced in the Cotillion room of the hotel. Hundreds of local dignitaries and officials predicted success in his election. • ,,,, % ,,• iuch answer upon DAN i • VTSSI AN, Plaintiffs attorm address i14th PI at 10 %  St i "' %  I %  re .-.i 'l date, i i li the la\v ref Florid %  If you fall HO, thi complaint III be tak< nfe %  : ree Pro Conf —i III be %  nti red agalne ;,,,. ,|,,. relief demandi i In the >m. %  ;, tl :>th laj Of M ir h E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Coui i Dade i 'ounty, Fl (srali Bs 'N M l.v.MAN l >eputy Clerk DAVID P. CATSMAN i nil i i • .ii 101 E. i I igi i Si • W • -— o 1 KUOL CliO. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 3507 SAMCKI, KKAVKTZ. Plaintiff, MINNA KRAVETZa/k .i MINNA WITT. I 'efendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MINNA K&AVETZ a/k a MINNA WITT I Admiral Hotel LI> Main Street Hyannls, Massachu iettfl you, MINNA KRAVBTZ a/k/n MINNA WITT are hereb notified thai a Bill en' Complalnl for Divorce | has been filed against you, and you i-. required to serve a copy •( your Answer "i Pleading to t'ie Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, I'KHMER, ROSEN & MOFSKY. 420 Uncoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file the • rlglnnl Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the i %  ult < 'oui %  on "i befi i %  the "th day of May, 1962. If you fall to iso, will lie taken • vou for the rellel demanded %  % %  BUI Complaint. This notice shall be published once • • h week for tour cot THE JEWISH 1l OR1DIAN, i >i 'N :•: AN; > ORI >EREI • ai Miami, I' i da. this 2nd day of Api II A.D I 162, %  :. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, '|r t Co Dade Counl la Bj : L. 8NEE1 >EN %  DERMER Ri 'SEN .v n Ril.. V By: J M.if.-ky i %  16-1 .: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE No. 55338 IN RE: Estate <•' ANTOINETTE K. JACOBS l 'eceaaea, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona HavIng Claims oi Demanda Against Said. Estate: Vou are hereby notified and r-(juheil IM present any olaima and demanrlK which you may hav.against the estate of AKTtflNB'rTK K. JAI'niis deceased late of Dade County, Florida, in the County Judjtes of Dado County, nnd file the same In their offices in the Count) Courthouse lq Dade County, iorlda, within six calendar months u t lie date ••!" 11' %  first publication hereof, or the samej u ill he barred. NAN i: I:I 'i KWKl.l.. Bxei i \ t >r the Estate of Antoinette K. Jacobs* l leceased. Al.lI'.KI I KREISl.ER, Atto| ni 30(1 Ainsle) llldg. Miami 32, Florida %  6-1 EXCLUSIVE INNER PROTECTIVE WAX WRAP • {I mm* KEEPS MANISCHEWITZ MATZOS CRISP TO THE LAST DELICIOUS BITE 4 wax wrapped packages of matzos In every 5 pound box of MANISCHEWITZ Passover Matzos. Open one at a time, serve what you need, close the inner wrap again. The matzos stay fresh, crisp, delicious. Only MANISCHEWITZ has the exclusive 'inner protective wax wrap. ,' | Produced under strict Rabbinical Supervision, with over 70 years of baking skill and devotion^to tradition. i MANISCHEWITZ |J 10*01 Of MSS0VII NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N i NCE IS HEREB? GIVEN thai • i, undersigned, desiring i %  engage Ions mm f BERMAK A .ii numb N> '. Miami PI.. In the 'Ity if Ml im Plor..-, ...i: register the said name with 'he ••:-ik nf the Ctn ult 'oun Dade i %  unt; H"> Ida M. G< ITTl ""''. IN B \1 Gottlli T tnoff W iller and Llti 120 Line oln Rd., Mlai I NOTICE BY PU81 ICATION IN TH6 r.lRfll'T rriljO-e r>=TUC ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL ClRCU'T OF Fl OP'OA IN A Nn F"R f'1E COUNTY. IN CHANCERV. No. 62C 3530 •All 'E R SCOTT, Plali • vs CARSIE M > V SCI ITT PefePdant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE i\s-ii: M \ v sc< IT • %  rn) v. ii kS'SIE M W • T notified that a Pivot %  i %  -.-.1 to yon i ,, rhe H %  • • %  : %  %  %  %  -v SE AND ORI KB (m-nll CM in n vvn R Deep rich mellow tasty... 0C0SS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE MANISCHEWITZ >N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CiRCu'T OF FIOR'DA IN AND FOR OAQE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C-1760 is i :i .EASON, JR., a* v n m \ %  • %  %  \ %  %  the I'ntted Plates of Ai nsorn in such office, and hi thi Ir asslens, Plaintiff, vs. EMFRSI IN E. DYKES Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti i: t"M ERPi IN l". IYK BS a ,\i INES I. I >YKE8, h living, Including an) unki -.of Raid I '• In, \ i i ve t. in.ii rli d, %  < nd If %  %  "i to their unknown hell -. d*vls grantees, assla ai es creditors, llennra trustees and > i i oi persona claiming by, throuah, nder or against these Defendants whose resldi aces may be unknown. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai .i suit Ir's heen brnucht agalnal you hi .1 8. <:' BASl IN, JR., ns Adi I rat or of Veterans Affairs, .in Officer ,.f the United states of America, and iln successors In such office, and ['is • th"lr assluns. in the .ibove-entltled Court, to foreclose morttrage en• imii,ting the following; desctlbed in noi rtv. to-wlt; Lol it. Block 47. P'IRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, according to the lilnt thereof, recorded In I'liit Hook n. at nage IS, of the public records „f Dade ( %  .•iinty. Florida; and vou are required to file your antrlth the <"1erk of the Circuit (nut of "arte County, Plorhla. at the I'liin-thouxe In Miami. Florida, on or before May *, IMS. and to serve a pony of such answer ui>n DA\ ID r CAT8MAN, PlalntlfPs attorney, whose address l Hth Floor at 101 East Street. Miami 32. Florida, on .. before said date, as required bs 'he law r>f Plorlda. if you fall to do .n th implalnt win be taken is oonfessed by you and %  • Decree Pro • -.,,,•-.. •,. \EATHERM VN, Clerk. f. .. ,,i %  ,-.,-i. i mile Count; Florida i „ :,'• By: K. M. I/YMAN I leputy Clerk VTRMAN • • at 101 H. Klagler St. '"" i


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} Page 6-A n / s t fhrHinr C "J'fmjn CJ A %  Ovc-the-Top" Committee Over the Top' I LEONARD ROSEN Chief Proposes Business Week Thipeal's .'.. ek pens Monday leadership of L Resen—' to kick off i the Top Coi %  Bus far ui Long a dedicated worker for the Combined JewisS Appeal, Rosen ha* risen rapidly ts he too ranks of Grea'eMiami's a+iiUnthrepic campaigners. He I is a %  isees %  TCI I OOSiGl Miami bus;r> -mer. have '. teere: rk with Rot -: Each will drop by Temple Israel for live Binmorning next week, and p:clc up a maximum of tnree They'll contact the prospects the day. and return the Temple Israel the next r. jrning. Joining Rosen in leadership of >< Week are seven Greater Mismians who will sen .are Sam J. H< Nathan fjurr.eniek. Sidney Ansin. rnard Ste Kiflak "The fact that men like these ire leading the way in Business Week shows the importance of "A_MTBtfSTH OWKS GULP AMERICAN LAND COMPAN1 this particular facet of the campaign, Rosen said. "We feel it will go a long way towards cfeternvning the degree of success cf the entire drive." All of -hose being contacted during Bii-ine.-Week are previous CJA contributors. Rosen explained, who haven't yet been asked to contribute this year. •We know they're ready and willing to give—they just haven't been asked.'' Rosen explained. ••Tha;'s the purpose of Business Week '' Committee Will Greet Ribicoff A Re-! Carpet" committee of Lebanon Hospital trustees and local was named civic leaders. reet Secretary Abrafj and Mrs. Ribicoff. r.ere Saturday. Apr. 2 • cation re, Ribicoff C&////'2i^ */ ^m 3 V^For Elegant Functions. Complete Catering Facilities for that Soecial Parly served In superb fashion within a luxurious setting, that Will reflect your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WED3INGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3,500 guests. %  Cat ng Available EAUVILLE X BILL LD>Nfi ccj .i Fe-d o -ctor PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON THE OCEAN AT •*! STftSBT. MIAMI BEACH Dinner chairman Emil Gould %  aid the frmmif.ee will meet the Ribicoff party at the airport, preat the reception preceding the r, and act as ho-p.the Ribicofl> I ere. The -,includes Stanley T Sapin S Albert Pal[arold Thurman. Lei .:. R. William\; Dr enthal. Dr. Ches • • i .. Irving Cypen. loseph A. iierbert G Louis %  Dr. Morton M. Halpern. Sidney Robert Dr. Max Pepper, Dr. Maurice Rii '.. Dr. Reuben Rochkind, Col. Nathan B. Rood. Robert Russell, Sol. C. Saul Silberman. iel J Si" -"ph Wemtraub. Henry E. Wolf, Stanley H. Have tfisvt Business Meeting. Banquet, or ( %  Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for e wedding or a private party I Friday, April 6, 1962 at tht # •or Inlormallnni HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-606! Mt St. A Collins aWet. Stevenson Criticizes Israel For Reprisal Against Syria Ceittinsjed from Pace 1-A vere and -rigsswi.-" corrrleTrirrsHon Ol I-rael. Michael S tomay. Israel'.permanent representative, baked Ike Security Council to obtain from Syria a promise to keep the peace ir, i.e. sHK Tlbei area. The A'r—ricen MnbassadOl 'her. -sled that MPC. Ul( Count nci ,n formation from !h. Cbiel ol Stall since Use thi ed the i ••van Horn to •" York oable for cons Acting BeetwsWy General L" Than' received the proposal with coossess, pointing out that Gen von Horn _•.>•••tr. h:reports all the information he had. The United Stateproposal sss adooted and the Security Council adjourned for a week the debate on the Israel and in complaints. The UN officer declared in his reports that Israel had insisted on a peaceful solution in the Lake Tiberias area but at the same time had warned Syria through UNTSO that Syria was "playing with fire." He said m bit report tha he had aasseesd _J' HT> Go Mi Mew IsraelForsifl) Minister ro step] to ease tension One f. i i N pat P.. bast or. Lake ^ >r. [isaLI tha Bsmntareli •v.~ ed'by sstisi r.\ militar; %  o live v %  i of both ea c '• • ;•1 s ihr,: the • ^ continue lo bsild un Us % %  Shortly I : %  -•' Qa a H"rn reported th, both easntra 1 arreed to the second Dis p osal ln formed sourcein Israel not" thiuanr a Bev itep t' I which bad .,-*>permit', ohservers to make such ui-pecti"n visits Easy Stage Conversion Told World War II vetei lorida ha not i %  •• their i %  to | rmanent plan polluse an i -hod c] Rufus H. •: anager of the Administration regional office in SI Peti rsburg, said this week. Both the law and VA resulations permit these term policy-holders to convert as little as Si,000 to a plan w.th fixed premium amounts, in cider to avoid the periodic increases in the cost of term insurance. By converting $1,000 a year for the next ten year.-, the full amount of a S10.OO0 policy will be in permanent plan insurance within a decade. Wilson pointed out that annual dividends may be used in the process to reduce the cash outlay. Permanent plan policies available to World War II term policyholdeiH are ordinary life. 20-payment life, 20-year endowment, endowment at age 60 and endowment at age 65. Permanent plans have certain values which term policies do not have, including loan value, cash surrender value, and an extended j insurance value. Deborah Hospital Meeting Greater Miami chapter of Deborah Hospital me: Tuesday noon at the Barcelona betel. Mr;. Morns Kripple ain crarge of reservations L ON -CAN manner of The Diplomat an unhurr;ed, MOLLVWOOD WA 3-Stlt MIAMI FR 1-0781 Information: M fc jn Cdter/ng Manager DIPLOMAT RESORTS A COUMTRV CLUB 1300 /eel of Ocean Frmcy hoilywooa-Dy.ir.ff S*. FioncJa



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Page 2-B +Je*ist fkridfor Friday. April 6. 1932 Health Program to be Focus of April Meetings Set by ORT Southeast Region Members of the 12 chapters of the Southeastern Floiida region of Women a American QBT will hear how the aims of ORT's health pro ject are being fulfilled. The project provides a first aid and health program in ORT schools around the world. • • • Bay chapter will meet for lu:.cheon at the Seville hotel on Tuesday noon. A >ocial afternoon is planned. Bittayn* chapter, newest local unit in ORT will meet at the Morton Towers Coffee Shop at 11:30 a.m.. Thursday. Apr 12. Judge Jason Berkman will officiate at a charter ceremony. Coral Gables chapter will meet at the home of Mrs. Victor Reiter. 1275 Mariola St.. Coral Gables. Wednesday. Apr. 11. at 1 p.m. Greater W ami chapter will hear Joseph Malek give a program of suiigs and r.arrattcns on luesday ivening at the Deauville hotel. • • Greynotds Park chapter will meet on Tiiesday noon at the Club House. 163rd and Biscayne blvd. Psychologist. Richard Greenbaum. i will speak on -Jewish Women in American Culture." • a a Hollywood chapter will meet at Manero's iestaurar.t. Hallandale Beach blvd., for Luncheon at noon. White elephant sale will be heia. Tuesday. Apr. 10. is the date. Miami Beach Afternoon chapter Apr. 10, at the home of Edna U1 will meet at the Seville hotel for vidson. 1601 SW 137th st. p n luncheon on Wednesday. Apr. 11. gram of entertainment feature at noon. White elephant sale is Ella Schenkman. slated. • Southwest chaptar will m ee t oi ; Wednesday. Apr. 11. 8:30 p.m., at South Miami chapter will hold Everglades Elementary SchoD 1 a bruncheon raeet'ng on Tuesday. Social evening planned. Cotillion Group Ends Season JWVA Officers To be Installed The 1961-62 Junior cotillion dance group at Temple Emanu-BI coneluded its >eason of classes last Sunday with a dinner party. Dr. and Mrs Irving Lehrman were special guests The cotillion group was sponsored by the PTA Project chairman was Mrs. Murry M a: tel ttatu "KfDfM" KOSHER GRAPE JUICiS t SASPBERRr SfROPS, i-e now available in yovf r.* be -;eo 'or Kiddinh ? a Passover Seder, and Sacramental c-'poses. 7 Bur '00'Pure Kisob-r--. Srv.p Kosher fcr Passe.e'He only c ^e c* on -he No Color or Flav >f s added. It's PURE. Distributed by LEVINS0NS FOOD SPECIALTIES 4570 E 10 Lane. Hialeah. MU 1-3578 New president of the Miami Beach Auxiliary 330. Jewish War Veterans of the United States, is Miss Edith Feingold. 302 N*W 32nd aye. Newly-elected corresponding secretary is Mrs Sam Finstein. 1001-Tth :t The Auxiliary has a j membership of 115 women. Main activities of the JWVA are service to the Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables, child welfare, aid to Israel, i rvicemens center, community relations, civil defense and blood bank. Installation of officers will be held Sunday evening at the American Legion Hall. 1828 Alton rd. Department president. Mrs Evelyn LeVine. will preside at the ceremony, assisted by national conduc-. Mrs. Kay Lingaton. IfiM Feingold Is presently serving as Department of Florida rerording secretary and is past president of the Miami Auxiliary JWVA 17-1. Her mother, past president, Mrs Esther Feingold, will present the president's pin. The installation is open to all members of the :.v. V'A and their gui -•onnounces that only the products bearing the following endorsement: • Gail Borden Signature Quality Milk • Homogenized Milk • Heavy Cream • Fortified Skimmed Milk • Light Cream • Eggs • Sour Cream • Cottage Cheese # nee 1 ? TT3 # WWi Firww in :?H-;HO-K %  WtVrn .-;••;• -si prr m KOSHER FOR PASSOVER TMt ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHKVTH Of riOPUDA RABBI DK. ISAAC H. IVER, Dim., AKt SUPtKVISlD AND ENDORSED BY THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Mashgichim are taking care of Kashruth at the farms and the pasteuriiing and bottling plants. Tell Your Driver or Place Your Order Now! Ask for Borden's at Your Neighborhood Store. Plu>n<> lI. .-.,4,4,1 in flic best IHiSKovei tradition! mjJiAxJl U.'. a t.1 %  !> =£ **it4ttbaW>a GOODMANS INDlVlOUAlir .1*11. *'rr> i .3 MCKAM4 MATZOS Goodman's square matzos, round tea matzos, egg matzos, matzo meal? macaroons and other choice Passover foods-all produced under the strictest rabbinical supervision. = Distributed by: FOOD CRAFTIRS D.S


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Page 10-B • Jm ist FkrSdian Friday, Apr;". 3, \% % Sirkin to Play Beethoven Opus With UM Orch. Rudolf Serkin. internationally re i.e.. 1 pianist, v. ill make hifir t tppeara 'htl niversity of Miami Syipphom Orchestra. Fabjtn Sevitsky condoctinf, on Apr. :V*itt \c> at Mi an: i < tew h -tntrl -&ade t'unty Auditoriu.Tis. Serkin vill perform Beethc Piano Concerto S i. 3 for the ori> ar/1 la-t pair of subl r.ption eoneerts of the 1961-62 ton. 1 1 -. ,.: the mi I persistent! rr ireii musical ficuro on the conic mporary scene. Serkin made his it v it h 'he Vienna Philharmonic th< BJ< •; 1-' His early proi i i was M ed by the late linist Adolf Busch, whose only i ighter, Irene, married Serkin in 1935. MrSerkin is the niece of UM S>mphony Orchestra principal cello player Herman Buseh. Born in Czechoslovakia, but now hr. American citizen, Serkin made his U.S. debut in Washington, DC. 1933. Tlu<. vi an later, he returned to the US to give a peril rma nee of two Mozart concertos v.th the New York Philharmonic nnd< r Artun T anini From timi %  • Serkin habeen acclaim {. ( ni iano virtuow of th< ( ra. ..'i today lives with hiwife : : -..childen in Philadelphia. : the Curtis Inpayment. During • !mer month; he i~ din i I A ISlC and • ; I Since 1950, he has an integral part of thi Cast :• als, first in Prades, France, th n in Puerto Rk o la Traviala' Repeated by Popular Request MAY 6 SUNDAY AFTERNOON TICKETS AT DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM $1 to $2.50 Jean FieSd Will Play Wednesday Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl CIA/FMA Washington Avi.tl IlltkSt. Miami Btich WOW l_eON '.CHACHTER'S YIDDISH AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & P.CTURES IN PMSON ON SlAGt FEATURING MORT FREEMAN RECORDING ARTIST Singing the Songs of His People (e the Hearts of His People LEON SCHACHTE* • GITIl STi:N Plus Other Acts ON OUR SCRfCH A YIDDISH FILM "MOTHERS OF TODAY" WONDHRFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: The am PropA wards Dinner a: the Eden Roc Pom] • %  • %  name Ihr would holt I the best Bn adwaj 1 .*> to offer. f the s ..; frivolity. iirected by Patsj \i i I a: need by ; :. led ith • i pei There were *• many excellent skits and so mnv rln*d reformers that it's quite a tjsk tc tinfjio cut any particular number or persenaii'v. However, much credit mutt 30 Hr—a Porlv.o, an amateur comedienne, who would make many pro'essienal perfermtrs turn green with envy, on beholding her rare partomimic ta'ent;. especially her natural flair for rr.jggin and top-timing. Abo outstanding were Marion Colby. Sue Lav.ton. Carol Donn. Lillian Malek. Ruth McMahon. Care: Taran. and. indefatigable Patsy vho also took part in the show, most of it. that is. as the jester Othei exci enl performances were turned in by Sheila Barr. Pat • Bromberg. Lillian Burak. Trez Fra-'.rand. Bookie Sterling, Cheena dc Simi :, Silver. Connie Kulok. Trudj Lawrence. Ethel Harr. Lila 1 Dee Kirsh, Terry Gi Lynn Levin, Charlene Russell and Ben ci Simi 1 • The presentation of this • Jerri award to Eleanor Powell ,, ings ri Pollak. gorgeously gowned -K BOTH SIDES OF THE SAY: Georgia Gibb. the personable b';1 r rf ballad: 5 the s opening Tuesday in the Pcmpeii room of the in the 1 hat of Al It rn the vet e fellow, wt I singii are a ...... the ear and eyi Bob He Voy di rouni out the bill. 1 si ee days, that show the 19tl ith the exti aded by .;, %  %  • %  .. ; -cappeared then Sa 1—1 Levene doing a magnificent job in "Make a Million," the biggest laugh-getter to play the Coconut Grove Playhouse rhis season. It runs through Mcnday, then on Tuesday John Payne stars there in the p-e-B roadway tryout of "Tender Loving Care." It B.rth v >hed a record-breaking season resting an out-of-town night club to 1 tartini Detroil n Apr. 2 I inu ng thr %  Mlant c City ai I Vegas. Then when she n ti tarts her first f:at th movie, tentatively titl made to .: 54 '. y iii ci -star % % %  ith B %  hich modern day Man. %  : -Wallace Beery teamii %  MOVIE WORLD: Now that E I Liz are calling ii quits : akii stage, stands to be the most public ct comes up to expectations, it proba sser of all time, including '"Gone with the Wind" and "Ben liur." And it wouldn't surprise me if the Richard Burton-Liz Taylor romance started as a publicity stunt to enhance the public interest in the movie, only getting out of hand, or off the track. Carib. Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres offering -The Day the Earth 1 aught Fire" through Tuesday. It's a topical story of atom bomb testiiiL ar.d it> ultimate effect on the world. "The Mark," still doing big business at the Mayfair and Sunset, definite : thr gh tomorrow, with possible-longer stay. "Uta Maro." a moder 1 feature, starts at the Parkway today. Comir-j up is the double feature of "The Hustler" ar.d "Two Women," both of which should garner many Academy Awards, at the Carib, Miemi and Miracle, from Apr. 11 through 17. "State Fair," wilh Pat Boone, Booby Darin, Alice Faye, and Tom Eweli, starts on the 18th at those theatres. "Judgment at Nuremberg," another top film that should earn some Academy recognition, hotels over at the Lincoln. As does "West Side Story," the Academy Award winner ('.'). at the Sheridan, and "El 1 i' ." at the Roosevelt. -at -te HERE AND THERE: Jerry Kimball. of Miami sporting goods fame, kept so busy these days, he's missing a lot of Sunday golfing at Bayshore. Jerry's helping the nation's physical fitness program byenabling the sports devotee to indulge in his favorite game by offering one of the biggest variety of active sports goods ever displayed. Some exciting matches were held in the quarter final round of the Bayshore club championships. Sy Levine topoed Frank Strafaci, last year's champ, and Dr. Julian Rickles nosed out Dave Henderson, and Seymour Rubin won his match by default. Al s o entering the semi-final round is Bernie Karn. who trimmed Marty Horback. Mrs. Harriet Williams won the ladies' championship at Bayshore in a sudden death match at the 19th hole. By the way. the recent and long-awaited rains put Bavshore and Normandy fairways and greens in top shape again. And was manager Stu Boyle happy to see those drops falling in abundance. Internationally renowned violin virtuoso Joan Field will be heard in a recital next Wednesday even8 p m al Dade County Auium. M -Field, a Telelunken recording artist, will be accompanied at the pia 10 bj Fli rence Kutzen. i" ram will open with perkormah e In memotlam'to the late Fritz Kni-ler oi his "Slcillienne and Rigaudon A premiere perfi,-mance for Miami will be Miss Field's interpretation of 'Theme : v. ia : ins." bj the contempor1 rv French c impost r Messiaen. .; of the porgram w ili th Henri Wienlawski's Concerto for Violin in I) miner A highlight of the evening will be the Concerto for Violin, Piano, and String Quartet, by Chausson. Miss Field and Miss Kutzen will be joined by the following artists: Victor Stern, viola; Alexander Prilutchi, first violin; Arthur Eodger, second violin; and Herman Busch, cello. Miss Field will conclude the evening with a performance of ..;, gnd Ma io by Glazounov, and "Hoe-Down," a work of the American Ci ::" %  • i" Aaron Copland. Miss Field will donate a portion Educators Wsl! 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Pceie 6-B *Jew1st ncrktfan Friday, April 6. 1962 President of the Greater Miami j snown during her talk Council of Pioneer Women, Mrs. Group singing will be led by Mrs. Milton Green, will be guest speakgijl Gruber, assisted at the piano cr at next Thursdays meeting of by Mary Rick. The meeting will the Kadimah chapter at the Miami | be conducted by Mrs. Jacob Raff el. be held Tuesday evening in the iz;ition of Pioneer Women in Israel. He j, re w Congregation. Her subject president. Hostesses are Mrs. Rose Pioneer Women To Hold Meeting A regular meeting of the Golda with the new projects of the WorkMeir chapter of Pioneer Women will ing Women's Council, sister organJleih El Congregation A film, rewill be shown, centlv released in Israel, dealing president. Mrs Isaac Pushkin will be "The New Olim," with a' Brody, Mrs. K Kalman, and Mrs. film-strip. "Our Sister's Keeper." Hyman Selcer. i Mrs. Sam Davis, president of tho Coral Gables chapter, has an< nounced that the regular monthly meeting will be held next Thursday noon at Cookies restaurant, 129 Miracle Mile. The change in data is due to the Passover holiday Very Joyous Passover 'Passover—with its rituals, its remembrances, its special foods and family reunions—is a time of joyousness. Passover is a happy holiday, for it symbolizes the unity of the Jewish people, their oneness and sense of brotherhood. This i3 especially true of the family as they sit together at the Seder. To our many Jewish friends, everywhere, we extend sincere holiday greetings. Standard Brands hase> Panborn :..•'• %  v. > 1 ,. KK] %  w*J % %  3 "& **>AS* • IW 1H ...I leaf -* For your holiday table, these fine beverages are Kosher for Passover and all year. Supervised by Rabbi Dr. J. H. Ralbag



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Page 6-C vJewisli fkwidHairt Friday, April 6. 1962 Rabbi Kronish To be Heard ."Gideon." the Biblical drama byPaddy Chavefsky. now currently on Broadv.ay. will be reviewed by Pabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leacfer of Temple Beth Sholom. at a hook revie series sponsored by Temple Sisterhood on Tuesday, J2.30 p.OI in the Temple Chapel. Rabbi K. inish will have returnc i from Now York where he saw 1 e play Prootpds irre tor-the Sisterhood's religious school sub-' i I Harvey E. Kramer is Sisterhood president, and Mrs Alexan ler Robbins is book review project chairman. pp— %  "' f. .*""'* ,l Jfc btitriltuted ft*: > BOSTON LONDON LOS ANGELES CHICAGO LEGAL NOTICE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR AN INTUNATIONAL Interesting Accurate Complete International New! Coverage The Christ an Science Moritor One Norway St., 9oston 15, Mas!. Send your newspoper for the time ehecked. E-:'3sed find my check or meney or3-. Q 1 year $22. O S monmi ill Dl month! $5.50 Chief the Honorable Samuel Ladoke Akitola, Premier of Western Nigeria (left), on a visit to the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth, Israel, receives a copy of "Science and the New Nations" from Abba Eban, Israel's Minister of Education and president of the Weizmann Institute. The book, edited by Ruth Gruber, contains the proceedings of the International Conference on Science in the Advancement of New States held at the Institute last August. Syrians Fight First and Warn Second N imi cay Zone IT irote P3-16 LONDON — ( JTA 1 — Syria has warned the major powers that if Israel proceeded with plans for diversion of Jordan River waters, this would be a threat to peace and security, it was reported here this week from Beirut. Syrian Premier Maarouf Dawalibi received the envoys of Britain. 1 e United States. Rumania and Russia, the only Security Council member states represented diplomatically in Damascus to hand them a memorandum which asserted that Israel was continuing construction work to pump Jordan %  River waters from the Sea of Galilee into channels leading to the I Negev. The memorandum, at published later in a Foreign Ministry statement, recalled that Syria had resisted similar efforts by Israel in 19S3 and would do so BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS HI-VOLT BATTERY INC. SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue FR 9-34S1 •345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357 f'WWWWN. WINDOW SPECIALISTS "SERVICE WE'RE PROUD OF!" Maintenance Inc. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Stock of Replacement Parts 3427 N. Miami Ave. Miami 37, Fla. 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?~ge 14-A vJewisti MoridFfan Friday. April 6. 1962 UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON The Russian Role Behind the Israel-Syria Border Battle United Nations S OME danger signals are atloat in th.Middle East — and the Idistress flags are being read here. I at the Unued Nations, by some perceptive diplomats. If these diplofinals are correct there may be trouIble. serious trouble, in the near fuJture for Israel. The recent clash between Israel and Syria, along the Syrian shores of Lake Tiberias, was only a symptom of what I happening in the region, as some people at the UN see the events. As known now. Israel I raid into Syria, for the purpose of silencing the Syrian gun positions that harassed Israel police and fi hermei on the Sea of Galilee, had been pr ce by an agreement between Syria and Iraq for the es tablishment of a joint military for<. I .1 of thai agreemenl envisages the postii oi Ira ; • %  ler "'"' l r; l 1 : idnol take UN people long to recall that u never did gn an armistice agreemenl wjith Israel. ,, er Israels War ol L ei in 1948-49. Thus, t t l ... vr i thai did make arm Egypt Syria. Lebanon and Jordon ,.. .... V i 0 i a i n those instruments, the tact is jhat ir q .nol evi i %  by whatever pledj • ,,,t rU ce h i I been n ade by Syria or the others Iraqi troops .ni Israel's border with Syria would, in theinselves, con unite a threat to peace and security in the area. What is of still greater, perhaps most vital, importance, is the fact that the Syrians provoked the clash with Israel on the very eve of the cease-tire finally reached between France and Algeria. Formally Russia leaped happily to announce its joy over the end of the Franco-Algerian war — if. indeed, the Evian pact has really put a stop to hostilities But nothing in recent years has given the Kremlin more comfort than the conilict between France and the Moslem states of Algeria and Tunis. Any issue that makes for conflict is giist to the Kremlin's mill. If, indeed, the Franco-Algerian agreement leads to a form of peace between France and the Moslems, Russia is obviously prepared to keep the fires dt hatred and warefare aflame. Thus, we arc back in the Arab-Israel area. When, following the Syrian clash. Israel exhibited some of the Russian and Czech arms it captured from the Syrians, there was little surprise here. Everyone has known that the Communist states keep sending h",avy armaments to all of the Arab states. On that score, Russia is "non-partisan" — in its own evil manner. These are the reasons knowledgeable UN diplomats keep a weather ey< open toward the Middle Fast [| so happened that, immediately alter the SyrianIsraeli clah, Russia's new man in the high echelons of tin UN Secretarial came here to take up his job as Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN What is Being a Jew? \ CARMEL MONK by way ol conver*^ sion Erom Ji'daism has asked the Israel Supreme Court to rule thai an apostate falls within the "Law ol Return which says thai (very Jew has a right to settle in (srai i i i urts ol law are known to be as unpredictable as prima donnas, but it is inconceivable that an Israeli court, or any conn for thai matter, would hold !hal a "goy" is a "Jew." It ma> be difficult to define who is a Jew. as was demonstrated by the -harp disputation in Israel some years ago, but it is quite easy to delermir.e who is not a Jew. A Christian is not a Jew, nor .is one who abandoned the Jewish fold lor the Christian camp. The Carmelite monk is. seemingly, the classic example of the man who wants to eat the cake and have it too. The question "who is a Jew" is neither unique nor new It has been troubling Jewish scholars over the centuries. rticularly where apostatewere involved, and responsible literature is marked by many inquiries about the status of people claiming to be Jews. The governing principle has always been that a Jew, even if he sinned, still remained a Jew. and was thus recognized by the Jewish community. A Jew's fringes wen never to be examined to the end of proving that he was a Jew. Neither atheist nor agnostic was excluded from the klal, the Jewish community, only the ir.eshumed, the apostate, who could no longer be counted among the living in the community by reasons ol bis conversion. As lar as Jews are concerned, the monk in Israel is among the dep.-rted, and the departed have no need for visas, • • On Being Sixty My theme on becoming sixty more than three-and-half vears ago was a simple one. At sixty, I wrote, the bones ache, the shadows lengthen, and the nights hum sad dirges. This premonition was to haunt me in the ensuing years, bringing me closer to the greater reality that is the close of the tale but perhaps not its end. Leon Rappaporl. of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, remembered that column and, on becoming sixty himself, he wrote me what I consider a really fine introspective letter Undersecretary for Political and Security Council Affairs. The man is Eugeny D. Kiselev. the Kremlin's former hatchet man in the Middle East, the man who had opened the Arab states for large-scale purchases ot Communist arms Kiselev's arrival here at that very time was mere coincidence. But it was a fortuitous happening. The timing dovetailed Befiunfully with the change in the entire Near East situation. Those here who are friendly to Israel — and they are numerous as well as influential — are gratified with Israel's alcr:nes-. Tncy know that Israel's posture is one of keen watchfulness They wonder, however whether friends of Israel outside the Umted Nations are as alert to read %  gns as the Israelis are. There has been relative quiet along Israel's borders for some time now People here ask: Have the friends of Israel outside the UN enclave been lulled by the relative absence of shooting along th Israeli Arab borders'.' They hope the answer is in the negative. Because, il ever Israel must be watchful — the time is now. Wi'h active encouragement from Russia, the Arabs could start some real trouble Khrushchev wants trouble. Nasser wants it. and Nasser's corresponding numbers in the other Arab capitals want it. There is no reason for panic. But neither is complete relaxation indicate"! in the present situation. i time for verj careful watchfulness — in the c pinion ot diplomats here. r Browsing Wh Pw'r.: Bv HHAW PWPUN Critical View of the Rabbinate THE FAILURE OF THE AMERICAN RABBI. By S. Michael Galber, 79 pp. New York: Twayn Publishers, 31 Union Square West. S2.7S. M ICHAEL Gelber is a businessman and gu turer in Homiletics at the Academy for Higher Jewish Learning in New York City. He has collected a crowd of criticisms: what's wrong with the American rabbi, what's wrong with the American synagogue (other than its rabbi), what's wrong with American Judaism. One would think that Mr. Gelber should also be concerned, if only by implication, with what's wrong with the American Jew. but this is a step he mostly forbears to take. Undoubtedly it is more sensible to attempt to reform the rabbis rather tiian the rabble, there being less of them. Not that his criticisms are unfounded: far from it. He calls the Union Prayerbook an "ode to sentimentality" which is old-fashioned and passe: he notices that reading English in unison sounds like a bunch of third graders and is almost as inspiring and adds that "congregational participation is not a synonym for group recitations." He takes issue with sermons unrelated to anything in Judaism and unrelated to each other, week after week. He decries the decline of Torah among the people and the lack of knowledge of both Bible and Talmud, and his accusing linger points again at the synagogues: they are social meetinghouses when these facilities are available elsewhere, when they should concentrate on study and prayer — to which everj rabbi would counter that it is belter to have Ibem come for a dance than never to come at all. He deplores the bestowal of honors on ignoramuses in order to exploit them: "When a boor contributes to virtue, some ol the good IS bound to rub olf and improve nim Bui when a rich boor is given a place on a committee or is honored by a theological body, then the reverse process seen to obtain. A nea ure of the boorishne.-s nibs oil on theacademy Mr. Gelber is nothing if not courageous. He is tender with the rabbis, but ut Their modern pressures and obligations have forced them to be experts in "schulmanship." too bus; be men of God. Too many, he says, are social climbers, publicity hounds, business executives I io many give little spiritual sustenance and tedi sermons. Towards their revitali/.ation he suggests more seminaries, time off from daily duty to study, "licensed laymen' to free rabbis for more important functions, and "mitzvoi dues" performed by congregation members instead of visiting all this milzvot on the rabbi; attractive courses in Judaism, with a good plan spelled out in the book: and "the creation of an engaging introductory literature that can popularize" Judaism. Mr. Gelber thinks there are no popular English language books about Judaism — but then, he's not a book reviewer. There are. Many., Some of his proposals are iconoclastic: why t-at-l e to aUi I are intriguing — brighter robing foi i cant autiful tallethim and brocade or velvet yarmelkas — although one would want to be sure the philosophy behind the innovation is uplift synagogue and not high church. Some are foolish. like a five-minute simplified tefillin ceremonj for reform and "left-wing" (!) conservatives, to consist of one psalm, the Shema. and a personal prayer oi thanks in English —and one may as well wind blue and white ribbons and call it a matitudinai. because to my mind the tefillin ceremony is an irreducible complex; it is cither itself, or it is nothing. Mr. Collier's observations, mostly sound, sharp and sometimes scathing, are limited to the conseivative and reform movements. He omits orthodoxy because he thinks it has no real future here; "With its fundamentalist assumptions, (it) is an anachronism." I cannot help being amused by the fact that so many of the things the author is so eager to inject into reform and conservatism are part of the lifeblood of that anachronism. Good as these rag* gestions are. one wonders not only how to cure the patient, but. inescapably — what made him so sick? Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR ADL's Unhappy Study THE ANTI-DEFAMATION League ot B'nai B'rnh is now unhappy about a survey it conducted because the results an doubted even by ADL leaders. The survey deals with the moods of high school students It was conducted in 21 cilii among 2,000 high school pupils It [was initiated bj the ADL with the ..>>;'l I of determining the feelings among high school students Inwards Jews. What did it establish If the results of the survej are correct — ami API. lea lers feel that they do not reflect the correct situation then they show quite a high lev! of anti-Jewish preju among Ihe youngsters The survey leads to the conclusion thai anti-Jewish bias "ol some kind and degree" is found in 2\\ t.i :;•< percent oi the sample polled. The sampling covered cities ol various si/e-. but New York was net included. The findings show that between 10 and 13 percent definitely do not want to have ec.ntact with Jews A much larger percentage Indicated they were uncertain aI Vnether they would like to work with Jews, have them as neighbors and cuests in their homes. Many students showed a rather disturbing amount 01 lgnorince about Jews. Eight percent of those polled thought Jews had ton much economic power: nine percent said Jews had t.io much political power; twelve percent • aid Jews m general were "overprivileged". Eighty-two percent overestimated the number of Jews in this country by inflating the correct figure of 5.000,000 anywhere between two and 15 tunes. Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Eichmann Appeal Brings Judgment and Advice Jerusalem tUHAT HAPPENED to the old German thoroughness? The appeal submitted to Jerusalem's Supreme Court by Adolf Eichmann'.counsel. Dr. Robert Servatius, included a list of 15 witnesses which he wanted to call. Among them are listed a high official of Israel's Foreign Ministry, Keuven Shiloach; and Israel's first President, Dr. Chaim Weizmann. Both are no more among the living. Dr. Servatius might not have heard of the untimely death of Shiloach several year? ago, but it is hard to explain how il had escaped Dr. Servatius' notice that Dr. Weizmann had been dead lor a full decade! In .1 way, this relatively small detail is characteristic of the appeal as a whole, which lacks a clear line ana seems to stretch in all possible directions in an attempt to find some new angle. What one finds is a repetition of a long list of old arguments There is again the questioning of Israel's right t< try Eichmann; there is the argument of Eichmann having been merely a small cog in the Nazi machine, that he merely carried out orders from above and hence that only his superiors could be held responsible. Nothing new A these points have been thoroughly belabored in the District Court. -J



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CITES APPEASEMENT OF ARABS Jewish -Fforidian ] Kea ) ln s Char 9 es S tate Dept. Policy is Bungling Miami. Florida. Friday, April 6, 1962 Section C By Special Report NEW YORK—Sen. Kenneth B. Keating. Republican of New York, called recently for a Middle East summit conference with the Soviet hate and dissension throughout the Middle East/' Another speaker at the meeting was David Rivlin, Israel consul in \c w York. Phil Baum, director Union to establish a durable peace of the Commission on International between Israel and the Arab states. "Of all the troubled areas of the world, the Middle East is the only one where a summit conference would offer hope of concrete accomplishments," Sen. Keating told a forum sponsored by the AmeriAffairs of the American Jewish Congress, was discussion moderator. The meeting was opened by S o 1 Rafel, executive director of Bronx House and chairman of the Bronx House Forum Committee. Mrs Sylvia Birnbaum, president the American Jewish Congress, presided. Co-chairmen of the event. were Mrs. Fay Binder, chairman of the Commission on International Affairs, and Mrs. Shirley Hershkowitz, coordinator, of the Bronx Women's Division. American Jew* ish Congress, ing to Arab music," he declared, and it's not a pretty sight." Cal Kovens (left), chairman of the 1962 Comwhose equally growing needs in the field of I The New York Republican said ."ined Jewish Appeal, and A. I. Harris, presihealth, welfare, and education must be met. ) that "appeasement of the Arabs dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, The Combined Jewish Appeal is now in the consider progress of the current CJA drive — midst of a fast-moving "over-the-top" action Miami Jewry's "New Horizons" campaian — to bring the 1962 humanitarian effort to a sucugainst the horizon of a growing community, cessful conclusion. .^___ can Jewish Congress and the Bronx of the Bronx Women's Division of House Forum Committee at Bronx House here. "The proposal I would make is that we pick the summit we want to ascend—namely, the Middle East—and convince the Arabs and Israelis that they should join the climbing party. "Here would be an opportunity to make history—not fight history. The Kremlin — summit minded — might well consider this as a pilot operation in the direction they want to go. "And even a limited Buccess— lei us say a disarmament pact lor highlighted activities of the Beth the Middle East—would stand as a Torah Congregation religious i triumph fur the concept of summi-j chool during the pas', week. try." Under the direction of C Sen. Keating criticized State Dc3en Zion Kirschenbaum, son. 20 partment policy in the Middle East students joined a Cantorial Club | as "short-sighted, misguided, met-1 .vhich meets Saturday afternoons. fective diplomacy. We are dancj Temporary officers are Michael Beth Torah Has Active Week Formation of a Canton.il l, Held trips, and an address by a member of the Israel Consulate has not worked, cannot work, beJohen and Robert Feinstein. Also meeting on Saturday after100ns are the Torah readers orr up conducted by Abraham .1. Gittel• on. education director, and advancause it is a policy of retreat, not :ed Cantorial Club and LTF group Of advance. And we practice that if high school students led by Rabsame sterile policy when we extend bi Max A. Lipschitz. political favors in the wistful hope WHAT ARE THE JEWISH STATE'S CHANCES? PART It Israel's Anguish: EEC Membership to help its former African colonies. By EDWYN EYTAN Todav. five years later, the Com i unity has more than iulfilled its Europe's investment in Alnca tial economic plans it has also strengthen the "Old Conti. -:ablished a European investment nent" politically. Africa has al. -ik. adopted a common agriculready twice as many votes as Eurral policy, cut interstate customs ope in the United Nations, and the -M percent and adopted more Community's partnership with its 50 projects for financing so-! newly independent nations can help ( al and economic investments in to guide their political line. associated African states It ..i nly due to particular circumthat the political int" :. still lags behind — it has not : i... tten oi • .' cted. The Communit: ; lulosophy was last month by the (omssion's Presi lent, Professor This is ;!.e merging giant who can spell either economic doom or new hope to small and struggling Israel li can further increase [sra. ,. Beersheba, Haifa and Dimona For the sake of removing some of the difficulties barring her way to association, Israel has consented to un unprecedented sacrifice: a 70 percent devaluation of her currency — a measure which has affected every Israeli in his personal well-being and comfort. On the eve of the Ministerial I i 1 ting in Brussels, which will have to decide on whether to accept Israel's candidacy, econoists and businessmen in Tel Aviv that such concessions may elicit a more reasonable stand. "The hard fact is." Sen. Keating told the Bronx House forum, "that State Department attempts to ignore blockades and boycotts and to do nothing respecting the limitations on Suez navigation—tar from winning Arab respect—serve only to encourage further encroachments, greater pressure." He continued: On Monday afternoon the preconfirmation class, led by instructor Mrs. Irving Seidel, visited Temple Beth Israel, Temple Beth Sholom and Temple Menorah. i Confirmation class visited the Bureau of Jewish Education where Louis Scliwartzman. director, discussed the Bureau's activities. Julie Cohen. University of Miami basketball star, was referee for el i political loneliness and economic difficulties if it decides to cut itself off; it can infuse i life into th( Jewish State eii ing a lecture before .,,, rt ,,. s 0 | e t it link it; late With :.i Harvai Vssoc iti n The Com|,_ .,.;... European natioi ;. Mark* i ler said "We are %  ]V I %  .:.• to promote lartfl erei s, to i stablish a discrim> club, to form a larger mar%  make us richer, or a trading I to further our commercial in-t sts \a matter ol fact we are %  .: at all: We are in itics ask themselves in deep anguish: e succeed or has it all been in vain?'What do we want? What Her, -o as to be admitted Continued on Page 3C "I am frankly disturbed by the :hc school and USY games against Temple Sinai of Hollywood. Club Slates Speakers Politics will be the order of the i y for the Luncheon Club ot Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Friday noon. Apr. 13. at the Robert Clay Hotel. Speakers will be former Sen. Claude Pepper. Commissioner Chuck Hall, and Stale Sen Cliff Harrell. Program chairman is A) Kreisler. tendency ol the U.S. Government to proceed with commercial and ether deals with Nasser—deals that may prove to jeopardize our own interests as well as those of Israel. "There was, for example, the sale of rockets to Cairo last year. A big U.S. contractor has also secured a contract for powerful radio transmitters — additional and louder voices by which Nasser can spew his word-bombs of Noted Celiist Casals Host To Navy Cmdr. Langfur Eenefits Foreseen Internationally renowned cellist myriad other subjects. Cmdr. LangPablo Casals recently was host to: fur expressed surprise over the the Commanding Officer of AirMaestro's intense interest in aviaborne Early Warning Squadron lion i Four. --But I am a most enthusiastic Commander Joshua A. Langfur, skipper ol the Navy's Hurricane By the end of the current decade. is planned, the community will have become a social and economic entity free of any internal trade i barriers. Workers from all member Nayy slates will be able freely to circuHu ££ Resented Mr. Casals with ate and work throughout the tern^ mom o( & HurrR ane Hunter airtory (this measure has already < (t and a cerllficatc designating been partially applied, social bene-| -Honorary Hurricane Hunfits and national insurances will '''''„ have become standardized, univer%  sity and school diplomas equivaCmdr. Langtur became interest-, p i e who perform intangible servant, thus enabling professionals to ed in meeting the eminent and rev-1 ; ccs t0 mankind uork throughout the Community, cred musician through a mutual in-1 „ your music amJ the Navy s | terest in the celhx Cmdr Langfur %  ice are slmllar in son of Elsa Langfur and the ate ; mass com Jacob Langfur. is a former student | t .___i .„ „„„„.„ at the University of Miami, played | the cello in the Miami Symphony, and has continued his cello-playing i as a hobby ever since. air traveler," Mr. Casals said, adding that he had witnessed the first recorded parachute jump years ago in Paris. In a letter to Mr. Casals, Cmdr. Langfur pointed out that "there is a certain kinship between all peo The E.E.C. is also the world's largest investor in Africa. Besides the Common European Development Fund, which will pour nearly six hundred million dollars in the African associated states by 1962, the member states themselves are prominent investors. France is the world's largest per capita contributor, devoting two percent of its national budget munication beneficial to throughout the world." people During his visit at the musician's He concluded: "We feel justified and privileged in presenting you with this certificate, designating n Isla Verde. Puerto Rico, I you an Honorary Hurricane Hunter the Commander and Mr. Casals | in recognition of your great servihatted about music, aviaUon and ices to humanity. CELLIST MEETS NAVAL OFFICER



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frido 11 Page 12-A fJenisii fkrkHan Friday. April S. 1962 Hebrew University Elects Elath New President \p JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Eliahu Elath, former Israeli Ambassador to the United States and Britain, •aid this week be regarded his decision to the presidency of the Hebrew University as not only an honor "which any graduate of the uni--— vtrsity could only have dreamt of" bul also a challenge to match the achievements of his "distinguished predecessors." Elath's candidacy was proposed by Pinhas Rosen, who declined to run for the post. The election of Elath. currently ]'ead of the Afro-Asian Institute of the Histadrut. ended a four-day election deadlock of the board of governors of the university over b"th the candidates for the post ^nd the question of separating the %  i -itions of president and rector of 1he institution. Judge Louis Levinthal, of Philadelphia, was elected chairman of tht board. He is expected to HIAHU tlATH come to Jerusalem in several months. Daniel Ross, who headed the nominations committee, UN Admission Fete Wins OK Plans for Greater Miami Jewry's community-wide celebration of the ]3th anniversary of the admission il the State of Israel into the United Nations this week won recognition from Avraham Harman, Israel's Ambassador to the United States. Jack S. Popick. president of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, disclosed the plans at a meeting with Ambassa18 Soviet Jews Indicted Continued from Page 1-A group of looters named Goldman, Nathatuon and Singer." Another Soviet newspaper reported this week that Sovie: authorities ocecuted two Soviet Jews who had been convicted in an earlier trial French daily said that the c! ants included such prominent local last December. The newspaper Vostoka, published in the '.eoreian city of Tibilisi, reported Mordekh Al amo*. il h Kaki.-hv:ii and A. F. Steimanov had been executed foi ed The -<. iel Pn has i idely reported in recent i 'rials and death sentences i^r siieculators in which Jewish bei ii conspicuous!] dor Harman in Washington on Sunday. ,i Some 400 leaders of the community will participate in a dinner and dance aboard the M. S. Calypso Liner on May 5. Invitations for the black tie affair are in the mail, Popick said. Co-sponsors of the sea-going func\ lion are members of the Greaterj Miami Women's Division of the American Friends, headed by Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Mrs Simonhoff lauded the se-, lection of Eliahu Elath. former: Israel Ambassador to the United | States and Great Britain, as the new president of Hebrew Univer-j laity. She noted that it was Ambassador Elath's leadership in 1949, v. hen he was Israel's first envoy to ine United States, which paved the way lor admission of the Jewish State almost as soon as the armistice with the Arab states was signed. Mrs. Simonhoff pointed out that the new president's leadership in Afro-Asian relationships with Israel has played a major role in circumventing the Arab economic boycott. "In fact, hues! figures show there an now some !'i Arab and Druze students enrolled ;t the Hebrew University, with another ini i %  • expei ted next year." .-he asi said that George Wise, who resigned as board chairman during the board meeting, had baan elected to the board as a governor for the Mexican Friends erf the University. YlrTVcw York'/Dr! G*eorge S. Wise told the JTA that "my statement of last November still holds true, that I will be glad to serve the university in any capacity, especially now that the principle for which the American delegation and I have been fighting—the saparat:on of the functions of the president and rector—has been put into effect.") Mr. Ross said that a $4,000,000 lean to the university being arranged by the American Friends organization was assured and that the university's budget would be balanced. The board decided to in, crease the number of members to 120 to provide for 50 percent representation by Israel members. Elath. a graduate of the Hebrew University, moved to Israel in 1924, alter being arrested in Russia for Zionist activities. He immediately I enrolled at the university, to study in the School of Oriental Studies. President of the University's Israel Oriental Society for the last two years, he is the author of two I books on the Beduin, and the peoI pies of the Transjordan. Between 1934 and 1945, Elath served as head of the Middle East Division of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, and in 1945-41 was in Menorah Will Honor Donors Members of Temple Menorah will gather Sunday evening at the Temple to honor congregants who made possible the construction of its new quarter of a million dollar social hall. Maurice Revitz, president of, Temple Menorah, said that the highlight of the Sunday ceremonies will be the unveiling of a bronze plaque inscribed with the names of contributors to the building fund. The program will also include an address by Morris Lapidus, renowned architect, on "The Spiritual and Physical Beauty of a Ternpie." A cantata. "Torah—The Inheritenco of Israel," composed by liabbi Mayer Abramow itz for the occasion, will be presented by the Rabbi and Cantor Edward Klein. Revitz and Max Krauss. past president of Temple Menorah. will essist in the unveiling of the plaque and cake-cutting ceremonies. the United States directing the Agency's political department in Washington. His success gained his appointment as Israel's first Ambassador to the United States, and he is credited* wftfi a major role in the securing of the admission of Israel into the United Nations in 1949. In 1950, Elath was transferred to London and served until 1959 as Ambassador to Great Britain. 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Pcge 3 A +Jewisii fUrifitr Friday. April 6, 1962 Soviet Shows Increasing Anti-Israel Stand at UN UNITED NATIONS — (JTAi An analysis of statements made by the Soviet delegate during the brief Stcurity Council debate this week on the Syrian-Israeli border conflict indicated that the Soviet Union hrd taken its most anti-Israel attitude at the Unied Nations in many years. Platon D Morozov. the USSR i esentative on the Council, not only continued the strongly proArab. anti-Israel bias which has teen standard policy but he also Knted that anti-Israel sanctions and even expulsion of Israel from the United Nations should be cons'tlered by the Security Council. He lirked such proposals to the contingency—which he apparently took for granted—that the Security Council condemn Israel in the reADL's Epstein To Speak Friday jamin R. Epstein, niti oa] %  ir of the Ar.t.-Defamation i; nth. will nanu-EI on I :. ...: Lehrmtwhich beI m Cantor Hir=h A BCtiVI %  ':. %  n 1934 :• m the Institute ot rise ol the Hitler i • • hip. Epstein has been associated wi'h the Ani-Defama*ion League for more than 20 years, 13 of Donor Dinner Saturday veterans, Ladies' iary of North Short ;• si 671 Kill hold their sixth annual dono.• at the Carillon hotel on SatMembers and g tests n the Scandales de Paree re\ue ir le Cafe Le Can Can. Pr>. are for work at Veterans Hospital II oral Gable? and for veterans bilitation. Reservation chairlMrs. Sidney Ritterman. them as national director. He was elected a national commissioner of the ADL in 19S6. He is iuate of Dickinson I and earn• his M from the L'niversit) inia. After completing a year's study at the ed to the facull I the Unr. of I' e was si rand Trai for further In 1957. he received the Doctor of La n 1 ill lega i :^rch. 1954. he revisited GerU )n of the \\'-. 51 German Federal Republic In he again made a • v. %  i rermany he i • (era i and conducted ai into antiSemitism in Cera : today. On : tut trip, he als private auee with Pope J tin XXIII. In "he fiel i of publications. Eps.ein i~ .o-author with Arnold ForThe 1 roul • makers" 11952) and "Cross-Currents" '19561, books v hich analyze the activities of bigoted racist groups and individuals in the United State.-, and "Germany—Nine Years Later." report on one of his study tours of Germany i.ewed clashes with Syria in the Lake Tiberias area. Morozov als> argued that the Security Council "must examine what further concrete measures art necessary at the present iime in order to oblige Israel to carry out its obligations." Without troubling to await a Security Council decision, he called Israel the "aggressor" and exonerated Syria as the "victim." He accused Israel of "flagrant violations," and dug into recent history in a bid to "prove" that Israel has never heeded the rules of the UN charter or the terms of the 14 armistice pact with Syria. Israel strongly defended its position in the debate. Michael S. Comay, chairman of the Israeli delei gation, said Israel would not be 1 intimidated by Syria and its 1 "friends." He insisted that the Security Council probe the entire background of the current fighti.-\ and not stop with Israel's March 17 re id on Syrian gun positions. He challenged the Syrians to pledge themselves before the Security Council to keep the peace in the Lake Tiberias area. Equally interesting was the result of an analysis of the United States position on the first ArabIsrael dispute to come before the Security Council since the Kennedy Administration took office. 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Friday. April 6, 1962 fJewisli Fhridlian Page 9-A K/utznick to Address JWB Banquet Saturday Eve GtORGt SIMON Simon Reveals Committee Heads I • -y committee heads for the 11th annual ilmnor meeting of the Vliami Jewish Community ere announced this week ge A. Simon, dinner chairare Mrs Solomon Kann, hlrs Samuel Gordon and Mrs. \.i. Gold. The function will ace on Sunday night. Maj Duponl Plaza hotel. Mrs Kann will be in charge of nations committee, [nvi.ire now being mailed to n mm unity leaders in all walks of life -. reception for the incomin( • icers, board members and community representatives has, been .-"ranged prior to the dinner. | Mrs Gold will be in charge of the hospitality committee. Mrs. fiordi has been appointed in chare* of a sub-committee for spei guests and community offii is • Rej esentatives from the Cen-| ter's branchea will assist on each I ol thcit committees. Lehigh Acres Opens Office Gerald H. Gould, president of Lehigt Acres, this week announced anotb( move in the Lehigh Acres expansion program, with the opening of ts latest branch sales office al the icw 163rd Street Jefferson Superstore in N. Miami Beach. I The liice here will be under the management of Bob Baker, who has been specializing in Florida land developments since 1950. A 16-yeai resident of Miami Shores, Rakei >pent four years in the U.S. Navj nd served in both the Atlanta and Pacific Theatres. I i Acres is a 3,000-resident community on the West Coast. 12 miles ;ast of Ft, Myers, and is 1 complete even to its own post office ..-, telephone exchange. ISA Kill Scmickt from Yeshiva, Cantor, teacher, Br. Koreh, etc. Wife, Kindergarten teacher Seeks position. Write, Rabbi 2, Boi 2973, Main Postofiice, Miami Continued from Page 1-A quet, will discuss "Achieving I Greatness: Goals for American Jewry in the 1960s." JWB president, Solomon Litt, will deliver the President's Report at the banquet. Louis S'.crn, national vice president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and of JWB. was meanwhile to present the findings and recommendations of the Committee on Reappraisal and Planning on Thursday. The committee conducted a year-long intensive study of every aspect of the organization's programs, ser\ u i and structure. Delegates will act on the recommendations on Friday. If the recommendations are adopted. JWB will undergo a major reorganization and unification of services to its affiliated VM and YWHAs and Jewish Community Centers and Jewish personnel in the Armed Forci 3, veterans hospitals and their dependents. The streamlining oi structure and unified approach ma) well serve as model examples for other organizations. On Sunday morning, neuiy-elect-1 id officers will be installed, and delegates will adopt a series ot i.'solutions and the organization's 1963 and 1961 budgets Santord M lender, JWB executive vice president, will be the closing speaker. The contemporary revival of Judiasm in the U.S. in an environment "remarkably free of prejudice and resentment" was directly linked by Dr. Bertram W. Korn, noted historian and rabbi. Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Philadelphia, to the work done by Jewish military chaplains in World War II. Dr. Korn made the assertion at the official opening session of the 1962 convention Wednesday night. Referring to the development as "the transformation of American Judiasm in the cauldron of World War II." Dr. Korn acknowledged that "many other factors" had helped to create the conditions which made the development possible. "But," he added, "I do not believe that this development would have taken place without the return to civilian life of hundreds of thou sands of young Jewish men who gained a healthy, self-respecting. affirmative attitude towards their cwn Jewish identity in the midst of the terrifying experiences of war because they were served by Jewish chaplains and because Judaism had been given the highest possible status by governmental and military authority." Dr. Korn. author of "American Jewry and the Civil War," and pas! president of the American Jewish Historical Society, said. "But this experience in World War II was possible only because of the events of a century ago which we have uathered together to commemorate tonight." He then traced the steps which led to the Act of Congress, signed by President Lincoln on July 17, 1862. which for the first time permitted regularly ordained ministers of any religious denomination to serve as military chaplains. Prior to that time. onlyChristian ministers could serve in that capacity. The opening session of the JWB convention was devoted to the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Act, which in effect marked the establishment of the Jewish military chaplaincy. JWB, through its Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy, recruits, gives ecclesiastical endorsement to and serves Jewish chaplains in the military and in VA hospitals. Maj. Gen. Frank A. Tobcy, Chief i:f Chaplains. U.S. Army, presented a citation to the JWB Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy on behalf ol the. Department of Defense. Solomon Litt. JWB president, accepted the citation on behalf of the organization. The citation is "For outstanding service rendered to the Department of Defense in the procurement of Jewish chaplains for the Army. Navy and Air Force and in providing information, counsel and assistance to the Armed Forces Chaplains Board concerning chaplains ant other Jewish personnel in the Arnv cd Forces." Gen. 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Page 2-C +Jenist fhrSdliari Friday. April 6. 1962 I Cooking Corner Mildred G. Even '.hough strawberries can be purchased all year, and fresh ones during more than half the year, most of us really enjoy them to the full only during their own season When the berries are grown under ideal conditions, picked at the peak of ripeness, and eaten soon after, they are so delicious that to prepare them in any other way than natural slate is to gild the lily. Some devotees of the strawberry maintain that for such perfection nothing extra is needed, not even a bit of sugar. Others insist with equal vigor that cream — light, whipped, or sour — is needed to bring out the lull flavor. And still others assert Beach Zionists Slate Speaker Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, will he guest speaker at a meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club next Wednesday noon at the P;itz Plaza hotel. Dr. Wolfson will discuss 'Spinoza and Judaism." Program was arranged by Jacob C. Fishman and Joseph Malek. co-chairman of the dub, which meets regularly on Wednesdays, Dr Morion J. Robbins, national 1 pint very ripe strawberries Zionist leader, was honored at a 2 3 cup sugar meeting oi the club last week. 2 teaspoons all-purpose flour that a brief bath in a liqueur is a must in savoring the berry. Each to his taste, and each way of enjoying perfect berries is delightful. However, when nature has been somewhat uncooperative and the strawberries ripen a little less than perfect, we can, with no qualms, | j-.repare several fine dishes which j need fresh berries, but do destroy their original appearance. One such is a Strawberry Soup, with a taste like that of a fresh strawberry sundae and a rich smooth texture which makes it as suitable for a dessert as an appet'zer. The other is for a Strawberries Chantilly Ring, which is really a combination of two desserts. Strawberries Chantilly is a simple confection made of halved berries folded into sweetened and flavored whipped cream. The ring is the pastry used in a popular French dessert called a Paris-Brest, which is customarily made with a more complicated butter-cream filling. The pastry is somewhat like that used for cream puffs, and like the puffs may be b:>ked in advance and frozen. The Strawberries Chantilly, however, should be prepared and placed in the thawed ring immediately before serving. Strawberry Soup Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service 'GREATER MIAMI'S flKST An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 3111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE FR 5-5593 1 cup water V4 cup dairy sour cream 1/3 cup Sauterne or Claret (optional) Save a few of the perfect berries for a garnish. Puree the rest through a sieve or food mill. Combine the sugar and flour in a saucef pan. stjr in the water, and bring the mixture to a boil over high heat. ; stirring constantly. Cook for two| minutes. Add the strawberry puree and bring to a full boil. Remove from the heat at once and chill. M serving time blend a little of the soup with the sour cream, then stir into the rest of the soup. If wine is used, add it at this time. Serve the soup in individual bowls with a garnish of a ".hole strawberry. This recipe makes from 3'4 to 4 cups of soup. Strawberries ChantiMy Ring 1 cup water Mi cup butter or margarine l teaspoon granulated sugar V4 teaspoon salt 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour 4 large eggs 1 teaspoon milk 1/3 cup slivered, blanched almonds 2 cups fresh strawberries 1 cup whipping cream 2 tablespoons sifted confectioners sugar a few drops vanilla 'extract In a one-quart saucepan place the water, shortening, granulated sugpr, and salt. Bring to a boil and stir until the shortening melts. Add the flour all at once, and stir hard for a few minutes until the mixture becomes a smooth ball, and leaves the sides of the pan clean. Remove from the heat and cook slightly. Add 3 of the eggs, one at a time, and beat very hard after each is added. Break the fourth egg into a small bowl, beat well, reserve one tabTespoon. and add the rest to the batter. Beat hard again, until the batter is satiny. Cover a baking sheet with lightly oiled waxed paper. Shape the batter on the paper by spoonsful in the form of a ring about 9 inches in diameter. Add the milk to the reserved egg and brush over the surface. Sprinkle the alj monds evenly over this. Put into an oven heated to 425 degs. F. for 18 minutes, reduce the heat to 375 degs. F., and continue baking 25 minutes longer, until the i ring is a rich, deep brown, crisp: and dry. Remove the paper and | cool the ring on a rack. Just before | serving split horizontally. Cut the strawberries in half now, and drain I off any juice which forms. Whip| the cream until it is stiff enough to hold its fhape firmly, add the confectioners sugar and vanilla, and fold in the strawberries. 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' Friday. April 6, 1962 vJewisti flcrkfiam Page 5-B Fishkin, Klein Exchange Vows Barbara Jane Klein and Steven Lowell Fishkin exchanged nuptals vows IB an evening ceremony performed by Rabbi Morris Skop on Thursday. Mar. 29. at the Algiers hotel Following a reception in the hotel'! Rubajyat room, the.young couple left for a honeymoon in Nassau. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of white silk and chantilly e and carried pink and white iveri Her sister. Patricia Joan Klein, was made of honor, and Mrs. Leah Klein, her sister-in-law, matron of honor. r of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Klein 1110 Venetian Way. Miami ,, ndNev York City, the new i shkin is a graduate of BentI y High School in New York City, I the I Diversity of Miami school on. Her sorority is Alpha Kpsiion Phi. • Tin bridegroom is the son of ,'eanne Fishkin, Harbour Bal Harbour. He graduated from .Miami Beach High and has a degree in business administration from the University of Miami. Marvin Dubin. Mr. Fishkin's brother-in-law. was best man. and Abe Klein, Saul Weinstein, Frank Ciabelman and Al Gabelman served as ushers. w.i ner-Kahn MRS. STEVEN FISHKIN Dubersteins Tell Ellen's Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Norman Duberstein, of New York City, have announced 1 the engagement of their daughter, | Ellen, to Robert Nagler, son of Mrs. Ethel Nagler, of Miami Beach, and Frank Nagler, of New York. The couple plan to be married in June, Known professionally as Ellen Dana, the bride-elect is an alumna of the Berkeley Institute and attended Wellesley College and the Sorbonne. A member of the administrative staff of the American Ballet Theatre on its 1960 State Department tour of Europe ; n.i the Soviet Union, she is currently with the Metropolitan Opera Guild .n New York. Her father is executive vice presidi lit of the Raeford Worsted Co., division oi Burlington Industi Mr Nagler was graduated in 1950 from Cornell University, where he was president of the Octagon Club and Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, and v.as elected to Sphinx Head. He served with the United States Navy during World War II. A member of the Cornell Club of New York, be is vice president of the Equity Funding Corp. of America, a management-holding company. Bradford 11 MISS ELLEN DUBERSTE/N : B I R T H D A Z E : Daughter Natalie, born Mar 30 to Barbara and Marvin Haven, of 85 NE 174th dr.. No. Miami Beach. The new arrival has twin sisters Betsy and Robin 3, and Nancy 5. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mover Haven, of Gainesville. Grandmother is Mrs. Pauline Sater, tiid great-grandmother is Mrs Anne Kaplan. • First child for Jack and Joan Polan, 9795 SW 114th St., Marc Norman, was born Mar. 29. He is also the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs. Herbert Gutman. ar. great-grandchild for Louis G I Paternal grandfather is Al F of Miami Beach. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Academy PTA Meeting Tuesday The home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Moscovits. 3054 N. Bay rd., will be the locale for the spring meeting of the Parent-Teacher, Assn. of the Hebrew Academy, Mrs. fheldon Dearr, president, an nouncer]. The meeting, scheduled for Tues-1 day al 8 p.m. will highlight ai '•Pesach Seminar and Practicum,"! Mrs Zvi Berger, program chair man, said. Participating in the seminar will be Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, who will discuss 'Laws and Customs;" Mrs. Alexander Moscovits. "Preparation for Passover;" ; .tid Mrs. Morris Waldman, "Recipes for Passover." A question and answer period will follow the program, at which time problems relating to the Passover holidays will be answered. A special booklet pertaining to Passover laws and customs is being prepared for the meeting. A nominating committee will be apponted at the meeting. Reports will be made by library, dining hull, oratorical contest and gift shop chairmen. A social evening will follow. For A Lovelier You... A hairstyle different, casual and easy-to-keep! SUE Bf O T T HAIR STYLIST free parking in rear 1073-95th Street, Bay Harbour Island UN 6-18



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' Page 12-B vJewisli Flcriclian Friday, April 6. 196 2 rr-.t: The Courier bu (-f era la Schwartz Plans for Israel's 14th birthday around the country include a Jewish National Fund salute to former President Harry S. Truman in New York on May 9. Mischa Elinan will share siage with the man who granted Israel almost instant recognition at the Auditorium of Hunter Colic ',.'. Abraham Feinberg, national president of Israel Bonds and a possible Democratic candidate for Governor of New York, is chairman. But the big question is whether Harry will accompany Mischa in one number Greater Miami's 14th birthday salute— to be held on the Calypso Liner on May 5—will be the only seagoing celebration. Oregon's popular political maverick. Sen. Wayne Morse, will be here Apr. 25 for a special Cedars of Lebanon Hospital dinner at home of Emil J. Gould, who also is chairman of the Apr. 28 Cedars President's Dinner at the Deauville, honoring Samuel T. Sapiro and featuring Secretary Abraham Ribicoff as principal speaker. There's every reason to believe Ribicoff turned down Supreme Court appointment so he can run for Senate and pull along Democrats from Connecticut in hot Congressional campaigns there this fall. —.'-7Harold Dunsky has come up with some nifty titles for chapters in his book, "ABC's of Fund Raising for Organizations." Examples. "The Thief of Grab-bag," "A Night in Koved Garden" and "An Honor Roll is Not a Sweet Biscuit." Dunsky will return here after his European trek this summer at which he'll attend several medical conventions Look for some top-level changes in community service organizations during the summer vacation period. Haven't been announced officia ly yet, bul candidates fur the lo-be-vacated spots arc mending their fences. Vice Mayor Henry L. Balaban %  %  'i amaster i ceremonies at a meeting al which International Rescue Committee received $5,000 check for Reader's Digest Foundation to aid Cuban refugees here. Marshall Wise, director of the emergency center here, also on hand Max Kogen waging a spirited campaign for circuit judgeship, receiving much aid from Jaycees here. Kogan served as top-notch president of Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Forceful efforts also being put on by judicial hcpetuls Jack Falk. Harold Spaet and Incumbent Phil Goldman. Get the lead on this week's 'release" from the American Council for Judaism: "An American rabbi warned tonight that the Eichmann trial judgment, and its exploitation by the Israel-Zionist apparatus make it impossible for American Jews to practice Judaism, without a public disavowal of the national system of rights and responsibilities assigned to the Jewish people by the IsraelZionist establishment." Although Council claims 20.000 members, we have been able to turn up the names of less than 20 in South Florida, which has more than two percent of nation's Jewish population. —&Rabbis Mordecai M. Kaplan. Ira Eisenstein and Sidney Jacobs will be among those to address annual convention of Reconstructionist congregations in Skokie, 111., May 17 to 20. Miami's Rabbi Morris Skop among those who will participate Auxiliary of Greater Miami's Variety Club elects Apr. 9 at Art Bruns' Miami Springs Villas. Slated for top posts are Pat Bromberg as president, Phillis Pollak and Terryce Kaplan as veeps, Gertrude Weiner as treasurer Mrs. Edward (Bernice) Melniker will be Jack Bell's co-chairman in Committee of 1.000 drive this year Pro-legalized gambling aspirant Harry Levy's bid for siaic representative getting the, most mileage per dollar of any Florida hopefuls. Wally cluck's district in Democratic committee race includes Star Island Surprise entry in the race for District 38 is Henry M. 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He'll receive strong support from Kennedy forces in Miami Beach. Jack S. Popick. president of the local unit of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, represented this area at third annual national policy conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in Washington on Sunday morning. Popick, who doubles in brass as chairman of the executive committee for Israel Bonds in Greater Miami, said principal attention was given to "United Nations policy of ambivalent neutrality in Middle East." Quote comes from keynote address of Rabbi Philip Bernstein, of Rochester, national chairman of the committee, which I. L. Kenen so ably directs. Executive secretary is Rita Grossman, a Miami native, former editor of The Jewish Floridian. who was editor of the University of Miami Hurricane when this scribe was sports editor Rabbi Bernstein said "The United Nations should get the Syrians to observe the cease fire. If there is no shooting, there will be no shooting back." Crisis abated sharply after the conclave as the Syrians took to fighting among themselves. Even with the reported revolt in North Syria put down, there can be little doubt that Col. Nasser has won a convincing victory in his fight for Arab leadership. Proximity of Egyptian Army on Isrel's exposed Southern flank means more to Syrian military than far-removed and untested Iraqi forces Mrs. Keiser Will Head Home Here Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home of Greater Miami v.ill installation of ol t a rich on Wednesday evening at the Algiers hotel. Mis. Arthur Appelbaum will conduct the ceremony. Invocation will be given by Mrs. Morris Dubler and benediction by Mrs. Sam Yudien. Joseph Malek, attorney, will give a program of Yiddish and Hebrew songs, with Mrs. Olga Biber Stern at the piano. Malek was recently named Knight of the Month by Wi; George Gershwin Lodge of the Knights of Pythias, with William Reiner, chancellor commander, presenting the award. New officers are Mesdamcs Joseph Keiser, president; Ray Licber-, man, executive vice president; Albert Kohn, treasurer; Adolph Ecker, recording secretary; Harry Topper, corresponding secretary; Louis Fishman, Helen Hornstein, George Burkim and Fannie Forstein, vice president; Nathan Roth and Anna Rosenfeld, life membership vice presidents; Sam Yudien, chaplain; Paula Belanoff, sergeant-at-arms; Victoria B. Roe, parliamentarian; Miss Lillian Nydick, recording sec letary; and Mrs. Edward Elkin, honorary president. Trustees are Nathan Roth and Mesdames Edward Elkin, Sarah S. Czech. Altha Mcssirow, and Morris Dubler. MORE PEOPLE USS refreshing, calorie tree Herbert Sober Chapel Dedication Sunday Will Feature Presentation Ceremonies Dedication of the Herbert E. Scher Memorial Chapel of Beth David Congregation will take place on Sunday at 3 p.m. Mr. Scher passed away in 1959. At the time of his death, he was president of Beth David, and he held this office for five terms before that. Sidney Aronovitz, a former president of Beth David, and chairman of the dedication committee, said Wednesday that Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro has invited Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, former spiritual leader of Beth David, to share the platform with him in the dedication program, adding that Rabbi Rosenberg has accepted the invitation. Stanley C. Myers, former president and pioneer member of Beth David Congregation, and prominently active in Jewish communal affairs, will introduce both spiritual leaders, who will pay tribute to the late Mr. Scher. Cantor William VV. Lipson will chant the opening prayer. Greetings from the congregation, Men's Club and Sisterhood will be expressed by their respective presidents, Phillip Schiff, Max Jacobson and Mrs. Max Jacobson. The program will be followed by a visit to the chapel, at which time a plaque will be unveiled by M rs Herbert E. Scher. Refre-nments will be served by the Sisterhood in Suector Hall. 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Pace 4-C Jew 1st fhrklian Friday, April 8, 1962 Orthodox Unit Urges Aid for All Day Schools I By Special Report NEW ORLEANS — Jewish com-| munity federations throughout the Uniltd States were urged here Sun] da] "to assume a larger share of | tru increasingly heavy financial burden in establishing and maintaining Jewish All-Day schools." Addressing the closing session of thi :7:h annual Southeast regional, convention of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, at the Sheraton Charles hotel here, I Moses I. Feuerstein, national pres-j idem or the organization, asked for immediate action by the local fed-1 (•. :is "to ensure that the most' effective instrument for Jewish survival is not only maintained, but expanded to serve the growing needs of the American Jewish community." The Jewish leader warned, however, "it would be a serious mistake (or any federation to assume that such support entitled the agency,to determine the educational policies of the day schools in its area of commit, ment." Such interference, the UOJCA president declared, "would serve to undermine the spiritual resources of the Jewish community which do not depend Backgrounded by the devastation of the city, Leo McKern, Jcr.et Munro and Edward Judd lift their eyes to the sky for an indication of relief or death. This scene is from the startling and dramatic "The Day the Earth Caught Fire," now a; r.e Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. GOING ABROAD? NEED A CAR? WE CAN DELIVER ANY MODEL • STYLE PRICE AT ANY DESTINATION SAVE ENOUGH TO MAKE IT WORTHWHILE CHARLES STUART MOTOR CO. 2757 N.W. 36th ST. NE 5-4407 upon majorities, but upon the ideological heritage which formed the basis of the survival of Judaism against all odds throughout the history of our people." Citing the example of the Jewish Education Committee in New York which, he said, respected the identity of each religious trend. Feuerstein asserted that it was the task cf the community "to strengthen each ideology in every undertaking rather than for the strong to pirate the schools which the minorities have created. "It would be chaos," he declared, "if the Protestants were to infiltrate Catholic schools and take them over through financial manipulation or majority votes Feuerstein assured the delegates that "the American sense of fair play and the spirit of dedication to Jewish survival which motivates tl.c decisions of many leaders of tin Jewish community would enable federations throughout the country to contribute a much larger share ol the financial support of Jewish All-Day schools without seeking to undermine their ideological objectives." The extensive use of specially developed teaching machines in helping to acquaint "young and old alike v.ith the basic tenets of traditional Judaism." was proposed here by a prominent Jewish educator Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky. director of Torah Umesorah. the national society for Hebrew Day Schools, told the delegates that the latest educational devices "present a tremendous challenge and potential for the further education of ourselves and cur children." "Careful research and dedication by a group of talented Jewish educators." Dr. Kaminetsky predicted. "will produce a kind of teaching machine which will be able to project for Jews in small towns and isolated communities, the essential values and modes of the observance of Judaism. The novelty and excitement of such teaching machines would move thousands of Jews to a fuller study of Judaism and its way of ilfe," the educator declared. 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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 35 — Number 14 Miami, Florida, Friday. April 6. 1962 Three Sections — Price 20 levenson Criticizes Raid in Security Council DELEGATES GATHER ON BEACH Klutznick Will Address JWB Confab Banquet; Sessions Near Climax Ambassador Philip M. Klutznick, dcptuy to Ambassador Adlai E, Stevenson in the United Slates Mission to the United Nations, will be featured speaker at a banquet Saturday evening in the Deauville hotel. The function will be one of the culminating events of the 1962 biennial convention of the National Jewish Welfare Board, which opened here Wednesday. Calls for Strengthening Of UN Truce Supervision On Troublesome Borders UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—Adlai Stevenson, making the first policy statement of the Kennedy Administration in the United Nationon the Israel-Arab struggle, chastised Israel here for its retaliatory raid on Syrian gun positions in the Lake Tiberias area on Mar. 18. Stevenson, cnairman of the Unit„ Two prominent rabbis and a na;ionallv-kno\vn social worker were named winners of the 1962 Frank ; Weil Awards of JWB. They are Prof. Abraham Joshua Heschel. professor of Jewish Ethics and Mysticism at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America; Rabbi Morris Lieberman. spiritual leader of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. Baltimore, Md.; and GraeI rmm Berger. consultant. CommunAMBASSADOR STEVENSON ORGANIZED BY DEMOCRATS JFK Urged to Intervene JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire WASHINGTON — Members of New York's Congressional delega| tion appealed to President Kennedy Tuesday in separate telegrams to intervene against an expected Security Council resolution condemning it) (enters and Camps of the Fed, srae | for its rc e in thc reccnt Svrian border c|ash • lation of Jewish Philanthropies of I Vi W York. Tne appr-al. organized by Democratic Congressman Emanuel Celi ler, got immediate responses from Democrats Leonard Farbstein, VicProf. Heschel won the award lor Aufuso. Edna Kelly, bnd Hugh Varey. and Republican Seymour Hal for hit "distinguished contribuIpcrn. Other members were also expected to respond and send their tion to the advancement of Amerown telegrams of appeal to the White House, ican Jewish culture;" Rabbi Lieberman, for his "distinguished contribution to the welfare of Jewish personnel ar.d their dependents in the U.S. Armed Forces and in VA hospitals;" and Berger, for his "distinguished contribution to the Jewish Community Center movement." These are the three major areas of JWB service. The awards will be presented at • Saturday night convention ban• let, Charles Aaron, past presiI both the Jewish Federation I Chicago and JWB, will make the I'M' -i illation. Ambassador Klutz pick, leatured speaker at the banContinued on Page 9-A ed States delegation to the UN, took that stand during debate before the Security Council, which met at the requests of both Israel and Syria in the latest border fighting. He said that whatever the facts might be in thc newest fighting, "they do not, in our view, justify the Israeli reversion to any policy of retaliatory raids." He said that if the UN peacekeeping machinery in (he area—a reference to the UN Truce Supervision Organizationwas not always sufficiently effective to "preclude such difficulties." the answer was to improve Security Council Condemns Israel Wanton Attack' By JTA—Direct Teletype Wire UNITED NATIONS — Israel the Tuesday suggested to the Security machinery and not "in raising the Council here that it adopt a rcsorv action in violalution condemning "all violations" 18 Soviet Jews are Indicted; Report Two Have Been Shot BOYCOTT ACTION REQUESTED ANTI-ISRAEL STAND MIDDLE EAST STATEMENT PAGE 7 A PAGE 8-A PAGE 10-A scale of military tion of the Armistice." He added that it was apparent from a preliminary study of the reports from Major Gen. C. von Horn, chief of UNTSO, that "there has been both provocation and retaliation" both of which "are contrary to the letter and spirit" of the armistice agreement and 'cannot be condoned." Farid Chehlaoui, Syria's permaby Syria of the Israel Syrian Armistice Agreement of 1949. calling upon it "to abide fully by all provisions of agreement, in particular to refrain from forays into Israel territory." The Israeli suggestion would also call upon Syria "to desist from any threats against thc territorial integrity or political independence of Israel." The suggestion was made by Michael S Comay, chairman of PARIS — (JTAI — Eighteen Soviet Jews_ ..re among 4-! defendants charged with corruption and "theft of public property" whose trial opened this wc ok in FrOUSZe, the capital of the Soviet Republic of Christian Citizens Group Condemned by ADL Exec \ N Fi; ANCISCO — (JTA) The lornied national "Christian itizens" organization "pose> the threat of relegating Jews and other r.on-Christians to positions of fourthtliiss citizenship in this country," m the opinion of Stanley S. Jacobs. I director of the San Francisco AntiDefamation League office. The ADL official, in a statement published here, said that the "Christian Citizens" organization was a i movement "to train Bible-bel'evins Christians in how to win at practical politics" by developing oartv workers and candidates for public office with the goal of making ft possible for "evangelical Christians to control local, state and Federal governments." He said the originator of the program was a wealthy Denver real estate developer, Gerri Von Freilick, who limits membership in trie organization to those who "believe in Christ, the Bible and the 'Constitution The ADL official explained that while Von Freihck denies the organization is anti-Semitic, the Denvei promoter insists that all candidates for public office must "give a public commitment to a firm belief in Christ." Kirghizia, the influential Le Monde reported this week. Basing its report on a story in Sovietskaya Kirghizia," the Blities as the vice minister for Commerce and the former president of the "Grosplan" of the Soviel Republic. The c"fendants were a'cuseJ of having stolen government property valued at 3,000,000 rubles and with selling it on the black market. The indictment said that with the proceeds, the defendants allegedly purchased gold, precious stones and foreign currency. Fourteen of the defendants have typical Jewish names but to dispel any possibility of misunderstanding, the Soviet newspaper wrote that "everything started with a Continued on Page 12-A nent representative, demanded "sethe Israel delegation, after a resoContinued on Page 6-A Continued on Page 5 A UN Truce Chief Arrives To Report on Israel-Syria 1XITED NATIONS— (JTA)—Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn. Chief Of Staff Of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, arrived here to report in person to the Security Council about the recent events on the Israeli-Syrian border which resulted in an Israeli military raid against Syrian gun positions thai have been harassing Israel. Chile's permanent representative fishing and police patrol boats on here. He is a Jew. Lake Tiberias, Gen. von Horn went immediately into conference with Acting Secretary-General U Thant. The Security Council, meanwhile, was summoned to reconvene Tuesday iillernoon to hear an oral report from the UNTSO chief. When the Council met Tuesday, its president, assuming office for the month of April, was Daniel Schweitzer, The Council met last Thursday to hear the complaints and countercharges by Syria and Israel, each of which accused the other of aggressions. Gen. von Horn had already filed a written report on the events surrounding the latest outbreak of SyrianIsraeli conflict. But Adlai E. Stevenson, chairman of the UnitContinued on Page 5-A Eichmann Counsel Planning Appeal to Ben Zvi JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Adolf Eichmann is back in his cell in a prison near Tel Aviv. His defense attorney. Dr. Robert Servatius, who left last weekend for Germany, said prior to his departure that the onetime Gestapo colonel "has no chance" of having his death sentence annulled by an appeals tribunal. The attorney said he would appeal to President Ben Zvi for clemency if the appeals tribunal upholds the judgment and sentence. He also said that at the same time he would ask West Germany to demand Eichmann's extradition so that he might be tried by German courts. The attorney admitted this was not likely. Argument on Eichmann's appeal to the Israel Supreme Court from conviction of participation and complicity in the Nazi slaughter of six million Jews has ended amidst indications by legal experts that the Nazi butcher's attorney had failed to shake the prosecution's case either in point of law or fact. Eichmann's attorney before the Supreme Court in fact reiterated ail the legal arguments he raised v hen his notorious client was on trial before the three-judge district court in Jerusalem, which convicted him on all major counts of the indictment and sentenced him to death by hanging. The only new Continued on Page 7 A



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Friday, April 6, 1962 +JtwisH fhridf/ar Page 3-C PART II IN A SERIES Israel's Anguish: EEC Membership Continued from Page 1C into this new and rapidly growing' family of nations? Brussels: Ambassador Emile N'ajar. the head of Israel's permanent mission ta Uie.EurojM.ar, Economic Qompjunily in Bru -M Is, is an eleiiant man in his laic fifties with greying hair Slid an ambassadorial aura about him. Although Egyptian-born and bred, his attitude is typically British; he prefers the understatement and the humorous approach to the emphatic tone often associated with Israel's diplomats. Coming trom him, the words carried extra weight: "There is no doubt that the Common Market is a vital issue for Israel. The Government has rccognied il is such and. with the possible exception of Defense, has given it Number One priority in ilu nation'.affairs." On the Ambassador's desk, a thick file lay sedately and unexplosively. As he turned its closely typed pa'„es. a mass of cold number-, statistics and elaborate graphs came into view. They all spelled out the same message: For Israel, the Common Market is a matter of life and death The problem in itself is not new. Israel has for long recognied the EEC's growing importance: the Jewish State was the third country in the world to establish a permanent diplomatic mission accredited to the Community's Secretariat, following in the traces of only the United States and Greece. At the lime when Israel started showing a keen interest in the problem, such "European" states as Britain, Sweden and Switzerland .still considered the Community, "the mad dream of a few ideologists" and actively worked for the creation of a competing organization, the European Free Trade Area, now organizing. Israel's approach was motivated both by her ideological aspirations and her national interests. Surrounded by Arab neighbors, with whom she is still officially at war, subjected to a stringent economic boycott, deprived of her national geographic markets. Israel has since her creation turned toward the only open frontier: the sea, beyond which lies Western Europe. Driven by necessity, Israel de\ veloped a purely European economy, producing quality goods manufactured for Western Europe: 31 percent of her exports go to the Common Market countries and 19 percent more to the United Kingdom, soon due to join the Community. Most of the goods Israel imports come from the same area. NEXT WEEK: An Outgoing Dilemma More than 100 Beach attorneys attend a cocktail party honoring Judge Jason M. Berkman, candidate to succeed himself as Justice of the Peace. Berkman (center) chats with Judge Larry Hoffman (left) and Harold Rosen, iwo members oi his campaign committee. Borscht in New Gay Carafe UIFSTREAM m MI KHIW. nawt W V.K'Kt .—MIAMI: 9454291 0OD I FT. UUDERDALE: 927-1711 ASM. *2M • CLUBHOUSf. J4.M By Special Report NEW YORK — Mother's Food Products announces the introduction of its popular Old-Fashioned Borscht in a new carafe, with a new "contour" shaped label. Mother's Borscht. popular as a thirst quenching cold drink, and as a hot soup, is described as "the drink with lots of everything but calories." It is a good, non-acidic source of Vitamin C. and is rich in minerals. Mothers Borscht is non-fattening, containing only 50 calories per 7 oz. cup. It conies ready-to-drink— a tasty, non-filling refresher with, or between, meals, any time of day. Popular recipes among Mother's Borscht devotees include: • Pink Lady—Mother's Borscht. blended with sour cream, served in chilled goblets. • Borscht Julep—Mother's Borscht, served chilled in tall glasses, garnished with mint or lemon. • Borscht a La Mode—Mother's Borscht. floated with boiled potato and sliced egg or cucumber, topped with sour cream. • Red Devil—5 parts of Mother's chilled Borscht mixed with 1 part Vodka. For names of neighborhood dealers already carrying Mother's Borscht in the new carafe, inquiries may be sent to B. B. Salamon. Mother's Food Products, 50 Wheeler Point rd.. Newark 5. N.J. magnificent FIRST RACE 8:15 EM. MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club DOG RACING NIGHTLY (Except Suniayt) %  k NO MINORS • WWWW W For Reservations .. phone)*. 1-0348 MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club SOITH END OF COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEAU" WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM



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Tiiday. April 6. 1962 |p*f/c#> inhrlfdHmr) Page 7-B 7L y 17 'C JjriJes to JRe t Wnd Mi$$ HUH KOSfNKJMNTI JCOOM Forest HiHs Girl Engagement party for Miss Lynn JOV( V R o <• %  ''" 7 NY and Richard M. Jacobs. 4!25 -^f^a.vMia^m^*m\\ oa.t nW tt \tv \l at th< Barcelona hotel. Daughter cf Mr. and .Mrs. Irving Rosenkrantz, the bride-elect is a senior at Syracuse University, when -.' .majoring in drama. She ;• ;. member of lota Oipha Pi Mir r!". r, an attorney, is Government app< il agent for thi United States Selective Service sj stem Mi • f the son oi Mr. and Mrs. .'•.. Ja ol of Pike, N ,H and M i ch. A graduate ot M High S?ho>'l and the Un versi f Florida, he is present |j stud-j big for Master's dei ree in banking and finance a; the New York %  .:;• graduate school. His father, a hotelier since 1928. is oni Sout! Florida's wellI .-. • persi nalities, who presi ntlj is i' -owner of the Lake Tarei:on Club ii N Hampshire, where the younj couple me: Ii si su rimer Planning the annual spring tea election of Tempie Ernunu-El Sisterhood are (left to right) Mrs. Alexander Koqcm; Mrs. Marry Koretzky, soloist; Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of Sisterhood; and Mrs. Florence Goldring, director of Sisterhood's new choral group. Cancer League Installation Set Mrs Milton Linn, charter memin the tumor clinic at the hospital, ber Of the Women's Cancer League Mrs. Burton Ilaf; will be guest oi Miami Beach, will be installed scloist. Mrs. Ethel Gerson is as president of the organization at chairman of the day. 1 .k_ Mnn (; n .< ... ,V,* Cai'illA A M.SS JEAN P'liXSCH Joen Peterson, Welter Grueriberq Mr W liter C !'<;rrson have i c< (hi ''fit of [i Walter R. I The tire tr gn duate i'""• And now they have received special Kosher for Passover certification. Enjoy all three... holiday time and all the time! FtmrTY CHEESE COMPANY, MAYVILLE, WISCONSIN a luncheon meeting a: the Seville hotel on Friday noon. Mrs. Paul %  will be mst illing officer, Others to be ins.alled are vice l sident, Mrs. Charles Gertlcr. Mrs Howard Grove, Mrs. Robert Mr.. Sunn Ohrbach. \lr> Segal; corresponding secretaries, Mrs. Nat Waldman. k Rabinovitch, Mrs. Jer(>me Superman. Mrs. Lobert Levy; I ; ancial secretaries, Mrs. Martin Wexler, Mrs. Jerome Rado; recordsecretary. Mrs Harold Osier; ecretary, Mrs. Leon Man1 heimer; treasurer. Mis. Irving 1 Rubin; chaplain, Mrs. Leonard i ssman; advisory board. Mrs. ky Kraus, Mrs U ie Schonfeld; parliamentarian, Mrs. Ethel Gerson. Highlight of the afternoon will be me presentation of a check for $20,000 from the Damon Runyan Foundation by Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, national president of the lies' Auxiliary oi the Damon Runyon Foundation, which matches the funds raised by the League. The League recently purchased X-ray equipment for the early delection of breast cancer for the iology department of Mt. Sinai Hi spital. The organization also maintains two beds for indigent feral cancer patients at Mt. Sinai Hospital and provides a $3,600 PelIt wship for cancer research for a lesident physician there. Members of the group serve as volunteers Passover Setting At Menorah Temple Menorah Sisterhood will hold its annual election of officers Wednesday evening in the Social Kail. Featured will be the yearly report by historian. Mrs. Morris Smukler. and "Exodus Recreated." presented by Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. In her narration. Mrs. Abramowitz will use a traditional Passover setting and foods to illustrate the trials of the Jews in their flight from Egypt. Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood president. LEGAL NOTICE IN Tr COUNTY ji' ---^r; COURT IN AND FOR D*D* rOUNTY, FLORID*. 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Fr idayApril 6. 1962 %  fJewistinuridlian Page 3-A MAX OROVITZ Will BE TOASTMASUR Dore Schary to Speak at JDA Dinner Here in Honor of Leonard Abess Saturday When -iveral hundred Greater Miami cvic loader*, philanthropi | S ir %  v.iand admirers of Leonard I. Abess join in honoring the banker and humanitarian at a tesI inonihi dinner Saturday night at Ihe ...nebleau hotel. Dore Schary. -..oted film producer and nlaywi : "ill be principal speaker The d i ner honoring Abess is bei, a by the Jolnl Defense v pea : ehall I £ the American mittee and the Anui a n League "i B*nai B'rith. Procei • from the $50-per-pers .., ,. ,.i u hi( i there will be ig, will %  > i" further (i,i. ol .i!).\'constltutenl nc • safeguarding demo. and combatting bigi discrimination. "The dinner will acknowledge /bess' continued work as a humanitarian," according to co-chairrian Maurice Glinart, AJC national 'reasurer, and Hanry E. Schulti. ADL national chairman. Chain an of the board of Indusi ial Nal onal Bank of Miami and North Shore Bank of Miami Beach. Abess, :•*. is a native of Providence, U I., whe came here in 1925 to practice accountancy. Ih> rtccid of leadership in many fields ol human endeavor, including philar.mrophy. health care, civic activitiet and interfaith affairs, "has been a model of which the entire c< mmunity is rightly proud," according to the co-chairmen. Abes.JJ treasurer of Mt. Sinai Hospital, a trustee of United Fund, member ol the Orange Bowl Committee, and executive committee of Greale; Miami Jewish Federation. H< is a trustee of the Miami Heart Institute, a director of the Jame.E Scott Community Center,' member of the Florida State Board of Accounting, of which he is a fi.rmer chairman, past president ol the Flc.-jifa Institute of Certified, Public Accountants, and past presIIALDXESS In Your Future! Hair ic associated with youth, baldness with age. 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MIAMI OR VICINITY. WRITE RABBI A., BOX 2973, MAIN POST OFFICE, MIAMI 1, FLORIDA ident of the Dade County Community Chest. He and Mrs. Abess, the former. Bertha Ungar, live at 5101 N. Bay Schary has had a long and varied career in the film and theater industries. He pioneered the use of commercial films as a means to fight prejudice and to win ui* derstandir.g among people of many, races and religions. As production head at RKO, he^ made such films on the subject of prejudice as "Crossfire" and "The Boy with Green Hair." As MGM's chairman of the studio's executive board, he super-; vised production of such films; ,1. "Quo VadiS," "Battleground." "Showboat." "Executive Suite," "Brigadooa" and "Go for Broke Sciiary has gained numerous awards for his efforts on behalf 1 1 bettei intergroup relations and iiiiderstauding. Aside from his ..1 ademj award for the screen play, "Boys' Town," lie has received the One World Award of the American v'l Center for screen contributions to international peace. After leaving MGM in 19S6, Zionist Leaders Schedule Drive Some o0 top leaders of the Miami Beach Zionist District attended a special meeting at the Coronet hotel this week called by Herman W'eintraub and Al Lefkowitz, chairmen of an enniversary membership drive of the district. Also participating in the program were Josh Rephun, president of the district, Louis B. Rudnick, Dr. Morton J. Robbins, Mortimer May, and Joseph Mechlow, who stressed the importance of life membership. Following the program, the dis-' trict leaders pledged themselves to bring in 14 new members each in. honor of Israel's 14th anniversary. 1'lans were also made for joining | with other ZOA Districts of Greater Miami in a community-wide, membership drive and celebration. ; Assisting on the committee, in addition to Weintraub. Lefkowitz, j and Mechlow, are Al Sherman, Will-! iam Smith, Ted Trushin, Sam Friedman, Abe Rubin, Mrs. Fannie Rud-, dy. and Julius J. Rosenstein. ROOM & BOARD IN MY BEAUTIFUL HOUSE for a Lady or Gentleman. Near 41st Street Area. Dial JE 2-4236 Schary began to write again, and created a play from the ordeal of young Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Within six months, the play opened in New York—"Sunrise at Campobello," which has won a double handful of awards. Saturday night's dinner, which starts at 7 p.m., will be a black tic affair, according to dinner treasurer Leo Robinson. Robinson still is accepting reservations for the din[ner at 330 Seybold bldg., Miami. Max Orovitz. noted Miami civic leader and industrialist, will act as Inastmaster for the dinner, and a number of top-ranking entertainment figures are expected to perform. 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Friday, April 6. 1962 •Jm-isti thrkUan Page 5-A Security Council Condemns Attack Nelson A. Rockefeller receives lithograph of a sketch entitled The Prayer," by the noted Israeli artist Yehuda Bakon. The presentation at the Governor's New York office is made oy Mrs. Max M. Meth, of Hadassah, United Stales chairman for Child's Day for Youth Aliyah. Hadassah is the official U.S. representative of Youth Aliyah, international agency for the rescue, relief and rehabilitation in Israel of homeless Jewish children from various parts of the world. Yehuda Bakon, the artist, is a Youth Aliyah graduate. UN Truce Chief Arrives To Report on Israel-Syria Continues from Page 1-A ?d States delegation, proposed •hat the Council summon the JNTSO chief for further, personal discussions. The current discussions in the 'I Nations Security Council of % % %  rsrael \rab problem, ::; connec. ii wall He recent Syrian-Israeli rder i' presei I an opporUnited States "to ., fi isition in favor of di,• Aral -Israeli nei i ," Re i an .Son. Kenneth Keating >>i re. Failure do so, h< idded, will onlj hei hi • n emotions on bolh sides. Sen. Kea'.i chari I irized state partmi nl i elu tance push ore \ i %  mslj for d n cl Arabraeli peace talks as an attempt to appraise Nasser and the Arabs" —a policy, he said, thai idesign* d to woo their support against the lans." •Don't rock the boat seems to he the most conspicuous element in ir Middle Eastern policy." the Senator charged. He added that "even though the boat is leaking to such an extent that it is barely afloat, we still sit motionless within it. We refuse all efforts to bail or patch, which admittedly would be difficult." But, said the New York lawmaker, who has frequently advocated stronger United States action in efforts to get the Arabs and Israel to sit down around the conference table, "the result of cur inactivity is even worse, for it denies us—along with Israel and the Middle East—any opportunity to repair the situation while there m:y yet be a chance." He complained that his repeated prodding of the State Department urging U S. attempts at direct Arab-Israel negotiations, ha? brought replies "in diplomatic double-talk, which if it says anything, implies simultaneously that, in the one hand we are doing what we can and on the other that we cannot interfere." Continues from Pag* 1 -A lution sternly condemning Israel for a "wanton attack" and issuing a Council warning of possible sanctions against Israel, was introduced by Sarah Terazi of Syria: Comay delivered a brief but firm reply to Terazi, who had addressed the Council for a full hour, repeating all the additional anti-Israel charges voiced here over the years by the Arab delegations. Tuesday's meeting was attended by Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn, chief of staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization, who had been summoned here to clarify for the Council the issues surrounding the Syrian-Israeli charges and counter-charges of aggression which culminated in the Israeli military action against the Syrian gunpost positions on Mar. 17. Various members of the Council directed questions to von Horn, who was scheduled to reply to all of the questions when Council resumed its Israel-Syrian debate on Wednesday afternoon. The United States delegation, which had proposed that von Horn be brought here, asked the following questions: 1. "Can you suggest ways in which UNTSO's effectiveness could be increased? 2. Is UNTSO afforded the necessary freedom of movement which is essential to performance of its responsibilities under the general armistice agreement? 3. Does Gen. von Horn have any suggestions as to how observance of the armistice agreement, with special reference to deployment of forces in the demilitarized zone and defensive area, could be improved? 4. Could he comment further, in addition to remarks in bis report, on the status of the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission?" In his report of a week ago, von Horn had pointed out that the Israel-Syrian MAC has not been effective since 1951. Mohamed H. El Zayat. of the United Arab Re public, a member of the Council, had asked the General the same question about MAC which, he said, Israel is boycotting. He also asked von Horn whether he expects "further Israeli attacks against Syrian territory." Platon D. Morozov, of the Soviet Union, asked the UNTSO chief whether he knew how long it had taken Israel to prepare for the Mar. 17 attack. Alex Quaison-Sackey, of Ghana, asked the General whether he could report on violations of the armistice agreement by either Syria or Israel in the past six months, and what UNTSO has done to prevent such violations. Comay's suggested resolution came as a distinct surprise to the Council. However, neither the Israeli suggestion nor the Syrian draft can come to a vote unless such resolutions are sponsored by a member of the Council. Neither Syria nor Israel holds Council membership. In his reply to the Syrian diatribe, Comay told the Council that the "Syrian representative has little to learn about bad taste." Replying to a challenge by Syria to the State of Israel's objectives, Comay said: "All we want is i peace with our neighbors. If cur neighbors refuse to negotiate peace, we insist upon freedom from attack and aggression. We will not .icquiesce to any impair' ment of our rights. My govern| ment looks to the Security Council to take action on our complaints The Israel delegation chief then read off what he called a : "tentative suggestion" for the resolution. In preambular p rtions of th Israeli draft, the Israel Government would have Council recall that previous i lutions dating back to 1943' had called "on a final settlen ( of all questions oulsanding bei tween them." They Do Not Believe in God/ Old Man Prays Outside of UN JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire UNITED NATIONS — An elderly gray-bearded Jew staged a "prayer for peace" in front of the main Visitors Entrance to the United Nations Tuesday, donning a yarmulke, prayer shawl, and tefillin. The man stood on the edge of the UN Plaza near the principal entrance and prayed aloud for a half hour. Since at this season of the year thousands of tourists visit the United Nations, a crowd of tourists surrounded the man. A United Nations guard politely told the man that he could enter the building and pray in the Meditation Room. He replied: "I am afraid they do not believe in God there." He was allowed to finish his prayer. He rolled up his teiillin and prayer shawl, put them into a bag, removed his yarmulke. and departed. The guard did not ask the man his name. Tifereth Israel Planning Seder Tifereth Israel Congregation v.ill hold its first Passover Sedar on Wednesday evening, Apr. 18, S".atT> ing at 6:15 p.m. The Seder will be conducted by Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman, with the assistance of Benjamin Gendler, Yiddish-English singer. Traditional questions will be afted by the children. A seven-course Passover di Uier v.ill be served with the sym! lie dssover foods on each table. L'CHAYIM to the American quality of greatness! We wish to express our sincere thanks and gratefully acknowledge the many kindnesses, expressions of sympathy, and donations to the Hematology Research Fund of the University of Miami School of Medicine in memory of our beloved husband and son-in-law, XOKMAX II. BEH, (Signed I CHARLOTTE BEIL MR. and MRS. FRED SANDLER CAMP MENORAH June 18 through August 10 From 9:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. HOT KOSHER LUNCHES Field Trips Hebraic Atmosphere All Camp Activities Half Day and Full Day Program Sponsored by Temple Menorah 620-75 St., M.B. UN 6-2156 Jacob Barslmsorf History places Barsimson as the first Jewish settler In America, 1654. He was the "founder" of the Jewwh community in New Amsterdam and was a leader in wresting full citizenship rights for Jews from the unfriendly Dutch) Governor. Peter Stuyvesant.' When the British seized I I colony in 1664, its name was changed to New York but the rights won for Jews were maintained. 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Page 14-B vJewisti Fk ridden Friday, Apiil 6, 1962 No. Shore Ladies To be Installed New officers of Ladies' Auxiliary of the North Shore Post of Jewish War Veterans will be installed Monday evening at the Deauville hotel. Officers to be installed are Mcsdames Ciel Simon, president; Rose Spielberg, senior vice president; Belly Graysou. junior vice presi dent; Charlotte Shalom, corresponding secretary; Rhoda Eisenberg, recording secretary: Ann Schwartz, treasurer; Sadye Raymer. chaplain; Eva Rubin, conductress; Rose Marks, patriotic instructor; Sadie Klein, historian; and Ray Cole, guard. Installing officer will be Mrs. Evelyn LeVine. State Department of Florida president. Assisting will be Freda Levine, Siate Department senior vice president; Kay Lingaton, national conductress; and Daisee Haberman. national president and guest speaker lor the evening. Soloist will be Leonore Wander. CERTIFIED KOSHER AND PARVE AJAX is used in over 3 times es many New York Jewish homes as any other cleanser because Ajax has new instant Chlorine Bleach that bleaches out stubborn food stains In seconds. For stains, greasy film, black pot marks, nothing cleans end bleaches better than new Ajax. Product of Colgate-Palmolive Eldredge Urges Aid for U.S. Rabbi Narot in Review Friends Only State Rep. David Eldredge said Wednesday that as a United States congressman he will "vigorously oppose'" sending American foreign ;.id money to those Arab nations "which then turn around and play i fnotsie with Russia in the i nn. i Adath Yeshurvn Sisterhood Nations." Temple Israel Sisterhood will present Dr. Joseph R. Narot in a review of Summerhill," by A. S. Neill. on Tuesday, at 8 p.m., in wolf son auditorium. Refreshments will be served. Pennario Will Play Monday Internationally renowned pianist Leonard Pennario will be guest artist at the sixth concert of the subscription series of Community Concert Assn. The recital is scneduled tor Mon. evening at Miami Beach Auditorium. Program will include Sonata in G. K. 283. Mozart; two Etudes. Chopin; Kreislenana, Robert Schumann; "Delphian Dancers," "The Wins of the Plain." "The Hills of Anacapri." "The Engulfed Cathedra!." and Fireworks." by Claude Debussy; and Sonata No. 2, Serge Prokofieff. Pennario, the young Buffaloborn pianist, has appeared, o.'en repeatedly, with every major orchestra in the United States. Pennario"s annual sold-out tours of the United States are always btudded with engagements as soloas many as 16 in a season. Hotel Names New Director William iBill) Koff has been appointed director of food and bevfor the Fontainebleau hotel. according to an announcement by Ben Novak, president of the resort. At the same time Novak revealed that Harold Beck will remain as banquet manager, specializing in local functions arranged by Greater Miami organizations and individuals. A native of Atlantic City. Bill Koff has spent most of his adult life in Florida. He attended the University of Miami, and was associ&ted with the food departments of the Casablanca and Carillon hotels. He left the Carillon to join the Forum of the Twelve Caesars in "I believe firmly thai our foreign rid should go to those nations which stand by us on vital issues—nations like Israel, the only stable democracy in the Middle East." Eldredge said. He also attacked the policy of sending foreign aid to those Arab nations which refuse to allow the United States to send Jewish servicemen to American bases in those countries. "This is inconceivable to me." Eldredge said. "It violates the basic concepts on which our nation was founded." Eldredge. a candidate for the congressional seat now held by Congressman Dante Fascell. said he will also fight for repeal of the ten per cent Federal travel tax. which he said "skims off millions of dollars every year that would otherwise be spent in the Greater Miami area." Pointing to his own two-term record in the Florida Legislature. Eldredge said he had co-sponsored and fought for these laws: "The law making it a crime to Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood will hold a card party next Wednesday evening. Donor credit will be given to Sisterhood members and for each guest they bring Donor credit goes toward participation in the May 7 luncheon of the women's organization at the Carillon hotel. Youth Participate In Services Beth David's Junior Congregation and students of the religious school conducted the Saturday morning service last week David Price acted as leader, with Maryann Marder delivering the sermonette. Chanters included Robceh tfo yiw; Jiinmie J)sesnick. Bruce Kaler, Michael Minor. Edv in p 0 nt Philip Rabin, David Siler and Fred Silverman. The Torah readers were Jeffrey Abrams. Stanley Bilsker. Harris Friedman. Robert Goldberg. Louis Ilerskowitz, Jcsiih Meyer and Mary Tytell. Haftorah readers were Mindy Forer, Madeline Laskae, Elise Yetfler and Molly Turetsky. bomb schools, synagogues churches; ind 'ii election day; "The law reducing the tax on intangible persona! property; "The law providing for absentee "The law requir ns, the teaching voting for those who. on account ol of Americanism vs. Communism ;n their religion, cannot go to the polls uui public schools q&/ 3 KOSHER FOR PASSOVEk Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen \< w York City as director, but deeded to return when offered the position at Fontainebleau. He is married and has one son. 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r April 6, 1962 +J*nlst rkridiftn Page 5-C FROM THE TALMUD THE UNWANTED PURCHASE Berakot, 10. Rrtb GiaV! was bar?a ; >vng for a ,;„, piece of ground 1 but Rab I A>ba b.'.'Rh: u insteaJ. Rib Oidal ... ro R. Ze.ra. and u>hen • K j, Abba visited h.m. R. Zeira inmired: "') • P 00 """' b nd s „ pic\ up something that I belongs n ni one else, and. as he ... another person snatches it I n-hat would you call the •J u .ou?d Call '"•" a u-.\:-d per:-,.-. R. Abba. .,... did \ >u match the from R. Gtdul? ... : \novi that he IWM tell il • i >,r 1 iceted R Abba. Ii • purcli % % % %  in I do ad nil a i '" •> .:. H iu-ever .. hdM It a gl'fl il >§g njrrtVa Q? .trnatfan irn io-rrtartpa o^ wsta tj >fyp nn ^ ni-iyaa Dv ,naai Q*an wtfltfi .nrinn Imrnnm mat? naVn TRANSIANON The Springs of Salvation of Tiberias The springs of Tiberias arc no ordinary -.rrings but possess great healing powers. One who does not : feel well has only to rush to bathe, in the waters of these springs and he cured. The secret of healing powers of the Tiberias hot springs reached the ears of Roman magnates who came tc Palestine to sell their wares and of Roman soldiers and their commanders who were stationed ir. the army camps in the mountain.' of Galilee. All of these came to Tiberias to bathe in its superior springs. Jewish fighters, the heroes of Israel who found themselves hideouts in the caves of the Galilean mountains, came also to the springs. And so with the passage of years the waters continued to serve every epoch. With the establishment of the &late of Israel, Tiberias expanded. By Brit Ivrit Olamit Throughout the Jewish world this week, special prayers marked the appearance of the new moon, which ushers in the Hebrew month of Nissan. It is in the month of Nissan that the Jewish festival of freedom occurs, when our ancestors achieved their independence from Egyptian slavery and bondage. At the approaching Pesach Seder, we shall retell and relive. In story and song, the ancient struggle inspired by '.he emancipator Moses tn "let my people go" that they might serve the cause ol human progress and liberty. In our shrinking world today, we see other peoples still struggling for their own freedom. We American Jews are enjoying the benefits of our early American struggle to be rid of unjust taxation and domination by European powers. The struggle for freedom, emphasized bv the Passover saga, seeks to im.... „„„„,„ ,, Sen he world that freedom Is the inalienable right of every-people It feaches that no nation has the right to enslave another people or hold n subjection that each has the right to develop its life to the tu I in accordance with its own culture and traditions, and thus being free to contribute to the sum total of world civilization. This yearning and struggle for justice and freedom is basic to hllmi ,n progress. Freedom implies not only-breaking thshache of RABBI MORRIS SKOP freedom fo be free AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle awe. Orthodox. RabDi Isaac Ever. Friday :-" p.m. Saturday s : ::o a.m. s.i i: "PreBervIng ami Patiently Waiting for the Future." — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con. servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday II a.m. Bar Mii/.viih: Steven, son ol Mr. and Mrs i Sodlkoff: Andrew, son ol Ml and Mis. Abraham Linen. — • — BETH EL. 500 bw i/tn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schift. Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m Sermon: "Impurity Is ContaalouH. BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. — • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Friday %  •: i". p in. Saturday 8 %  a m. Sermon: "The Dawn ol Freedom. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. — • — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. BETH TORAH. 104tn si. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. FYldai 8 anu 8:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Reactionaries, Inactlonarles, and Ac• lonui'les." Sal urdaj 15 a.m. GEMS OF WISDOM CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Sam/ oron. uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. In every evil thought die"'• a vp.irl^ <>/ divinity, which has sunk -I to a very luiv degree, and beg* I be elevated. OP-ATOSHI The Evil Will dominates only ; over u'liat the eyes see. RABA t Without the Evil Inclination no j man would build a house take a wife beget a jaw.'.y and enga work-.-.Mill H. NAHMAN < The very fire of die En! Inclin i must be employed in the t-ice Oj Cod. LIKUTI TORAH Torah can temper the Evil Urge a\ fire bend.', iron. SIMEON B I I I s; \r A> leaven can he removed only : h\ burning so can th Evil I i •uliaited only by the fire Torah. SIMHAT HARI Cod created die Evil Will, bu: He also iTeuied its antidote, the KIDDUSH1N -clFrldas 6:S0 and T::'." p.m. Children's; foreign voices overthrowing dictators and smashing the power Of I erv ,/ eB .<,,,„„„ Bfbllcal Patience puTtlS humL beings under physical bond.ge It also implies the and Patients. # achievement of freedom for the human mind the freedom toMUunK, ro HE1GH TS JEWISH CONGREdisagree. to learn and probe and rebel against conformity and forced ^""X %££. acceptance of even a majority view. Freedom has many facet. freedom from physical su iering is but a primary freedom. There Is also the ^^T.fT^nSiX free lorn to get an education, the freedom to be able to live according to ne own ideals providing others are not hurt by this freedom The twentieth century is witnessing the movements in many lands to van liberation for enslaved and colonial peoples. The Maccabees fought for this freedom. Mordecai sought it for his people against the machinai l i0n Thmemory of the fleeing slaves of Egypt has inspired others to 'flee religion !" intolerance and bigotry, to rebel against calloused inihumanit? The four cups of wine at the Seder table bring back the memories of the past struggle, but there is always the fifth cup the Z of Elijah, which is the symbol of the future redemption for all pcoi Jtes still struggling to bring about the universal Passover when freedom l will be the cherished possession of all. .... • ;.;_„ „. May the new mooVof Nissan be a harbinger of family rejoicing as we oreoare to celebrate the historic "night of watching to be ever ready to help keep America and all the world free from the crippling Series of physical bondage, superstition, domination and exploitation by the strong of the weak. servative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. prida, vir. p.m Vomit Judaea Sabbath. Sermon: "The OkwUnj of the Diaspora." Saturduj *t0 e m. Sermon: "PorJIon "f the week. — • — FLAGLER -GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander. president. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday 6:80 and vir, pm. Baa M1Wvah; Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Brwln B. Marshall. Saturda) :0 a.m. — • — HOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservat.ve. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. .SRAELITE OBNTBR. 3175 SW 25th tr. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday and S:15 p.m. Sermon: tirst Hebrew Month." — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid. Cantor Abraham Seit. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Fridav 6 ami 8:18 p.m, Bsrvlces osdicated to new members. Sermon: You A iv With I's." Saturday ":4J a.m. Sermon: "Portion Of l-i." MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Tlimi host given us the Evil Will llml tee may be reuuiJed for tmg him; bur tee wan! neither lnm nor the reuard. YOMA 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Hen'/ B. Wernick. I'liday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Scare-* orows." Saturday 9:30 •'"• Baa Mltsvah: Mlohele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Landers. TEMPLE BETHEL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ava. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: Troblems in Prejudice." OUMI speaker, Arnold Forster. Saturday 10:< a.m. TEMPLE BETHT SHIRAH. Suniland Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructions!. Rar.t,l Morns Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:1p.m. Sermon: Big People in a Small World." Sat.inlay 10:80 a.m. Sermon: Some Lessons from Levltus." TEMPLE BETrTsHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservat.va. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowit*. Friday 8:16 p.m. Hebrew High Bab bath. Quest speaker, Dr. Uwla Bonwartziuan. Saturday 9a.m. TEMPLE BETH SKO'.OM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Fridav 8:18 em s..iinon: Are Jews Sensitive i" a 'Sick Society. At On., Shabbat, Lester J. Waldman will speak on "Do Jews Have a BuUtIn Radar." Saturdaj 10:46 a,... Bar Mltsvah Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Segal, jr. Bruce, son ol Mr and Mrs. Stanley lYrlman. — e — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 168O0 NW TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi lrvirj| Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. | — e — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th s. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday B:18 p.m. Quest speaker, Her* man Edelsberg, Washington representative of the Anti-l)efamation l.eaKUe, will discuss "Democracy at Wor'4 —The Washington Scene." — • — TEMPLE JUOE. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Friday 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker. Alexander P. Miller, national director, communltv service division AMIDefamation League of B'nal B'rttB. Satiinlav 1:'." a.m. Bar MttsvahJ Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy IJPson. • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. owitx. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Native Soil." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "l"or tion of the Law." Bar Mltsvah: Allen* son of Mi. and M,s. Henrj Miller TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. an

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+JeisT rkrkBan
Friday, April 6. 1962
The Courier
t>u \-jerala Schwartz
Plans for Israels 14th birth-
day around the country include
lahite to
former President Harry S. Tpj-
man in New York
cha Elnai with
Auditorium of n inter '
Abraham I national
B
ible Demoi rs foi
', i.ernor of New York
But '' -''ii u
her Harrj will accoi
Miscba in one number Great-
er Miami- 14;h bin lute-
to be held on the Calyp i Lit er
on May 5 will be the only lea-
going celebration.
Oregon*! popular political mav-
erick. Sen. Wayne Horse "ill be
here Apr. 25 for a special Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital dinner at
home of Kmil J. Gould, who also
is chairman of the Apr. 28 Ce-
dars President'l Dinner at the
Deauville, honoring Samuel T.
Sapiro and featuring Secretary
Abraham Ribicoff as principal
speaker. There's every reason
to believe Kibicoff turned down
Supreme Court appointment so
he can run for Senate and pull
along Democrats from Connecti-
cut in hot Congressional cam-
paigns there this fall.
Harold Dunsky has come up
with some nifty titles for chap-
ters in his book. "ABC'l of Fund
Raising for Organizations." Ex-
amples: "The Thief of Grab-bag,"
"A Night in Koved Garden" and
"An Honor Roll is Not a Sweet
Biscuit Dunsky will return here
after bis European trek this sum-
in' r at winch he'll attend several
mi 'I ^l i iir.entions Look
fur gome lop '* ^ el ch ingei in
community sei ice oi ;aniz
dui ing the sum mi i per-
iod, Haven i I i i ounced of
;> yet, but cand tea for
ii c to be at a i mend-
Vice M lyor llenr; I B
i .i n a i ni ceren
,ii a meetini ch Interna
tiom l R cue i re-
ceived $5,000 check for Reader's
Digest Foundation to aid I
refugees here. Marshall Wise, di-
rector of the emergency center
here also on hand Max Ko-
gen waging a spirited campaign
for circuit hidgeship, receiving
much aid from Jaycees here.
otcb ores-
of Miami Beach Junior
. For-
ceful
by judicial bcpei Jack Falk.
ud incumbent Phil
man
"re-
for Juds
i ibbi v tonight that the
Eichmann
exploitation by the Isr Z
apparal it
American Jews to practice Juda-
ism, without a public disavowal
of the national system of ri
and responsibilities assigned to
the Jewish people by the Israel-
Zionist establishment." Although
Council claims 20.000 members,
we have been able to turn up
the names of less than 20 in
South Florida, which has more
than two percent of nation's Jew-
ish population.
Rabbis Mordecai M. Kaplan,
Ira Eisenstein and Sidney Jacobs
will be among those to address
annual convention of Reconstruc-
tionist congregations in Skokie,
111., May 17 to 20. Miami's Rab-
bi Morris Skop among those who
will participate Auxiliary of
Greater Miami's Variety Club
elects Apr. 9 at Art Brims' Mi-
ami Springs Villas. Slated for
top posts are Pat Bromberg a-
president, I'hillis Pollak and
Terryce Kaplan as veeps, Ger-
trude Weiner as treasurer .
Mrs. Edward (Bernicel Melniker
will be Jack Bell'.- eo chairman
' ommittee of l.ooo drive
year i'i" l< galized gambling
a pir ml Hai rj I". y's bid lor
tting the
i .,. i ; anj
Wally Gluck's district in Den
race includes
Star l la id Surpi
in tin i for District 38 is
Henry M. V aitzkin, president of
!!. Miami Beach Bar Assn
past worshipful master of I
Lodge. He's Democratic Club
of Miami Beach number, also...
Esther Gottfried, president of the
Women's Auxiliary of American
Legion Post B5, also running in
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3'J District 1 looks like a
hot race between Henry Abra-
hams, vice pesident of the Miami
Beach Democratic Club ar.d char-
ter member of Surfside lodge,
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formation than any onewe said
any onein the United States
States without ever, a glance at
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''. mi Beach.
Jack S. Popick, president of
local unit of r.ear.
Friends of the Hebi
of Jerusal n rei sented thi
area at t! '. P"1
American
: Public Alfa rs Comn
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.. Popick, who doubles in brass
chairman of the executive
committee for Israel Bond- in
Greater Miami, said principal at-
tention was given to "United Na-
tions policy of ambivalent neu-
trality in Middle East."
Quote comes from keynote ad-
dress of Rabbi Philip Bernstein,
of Rochester, national chairman
of the committee, which I. L.
Kenen so ably directs. Executive
secretary is Rita Grossman, a
Miami native, former editor of
The Jewish Floridian. who was
editor of the University of Miami
Hurricane when this scribe was
sports editor Rabbi Bernstein
said "The United Nations should
get the Syrians to observe the!
cease fire. If there is no shooting. |
there will be no shooting back." !
Crisis abated sharply after the
conclave as the Syrians took to
fighting among themselves. Even i
with the reported revolt in North
Syria put down, there can be
little doubt that Col. Nasser has
won a convincing victory in his
f14ht for Arab leadership. Prox-
imity of Egyptian Army on Is-
rel's exposed Southern flank
means more to Syrian military
far-removed ar.d untested
Iraqi fi rces
Mrs. Ke.ser Will
Head Home Here
Cholim KosH
cent Home of Greater Miami
at a
bi unch on '' laj evening at
the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Arthur Ap-
im will conduct 'he ceremony.
Invocation will be given by Mrs
Morris Dubler and benediction by
Mrs. Sam Yudien.
Joseph Malek. attorney, will give
a program of Yiddish and Hebrew-
songs, with Mrs. Olga Biber Stern
at the piano. Malek was recently
named Knight of the Month by tbJJ
George Gershwin Lodge of the
Knights of Pythias, with William
Reiner, chancellor commander,
presenting the award.
New officers are Mesdames Jos-
eph Reiser, president; Ray Licber-
man, executive vice president; Al-
bert Kohn, treasurer; Adolph Eck-
er, recording secretary; Harry Top-
per, corresponding secretary; Louis
Fishman, Helen Hornstein, George
Burkim and Fannie Forstein, vice
president; Nathan Roth and Anna
Rosenfeld, life membership vice
presidents; Sam Yudien, chaplain;
Paula Belanoff, sergeant-at-arms;
Victoria B. Roe, parliamentarian;
Miss Lillian Nydick, recording sec-
retary; ana Mrs. Edward Elkin,
honorary president.
'Im tees are Nathan Roth and
Mesdames Edward Elkin, Sarah S
Czech, Altha MeSSlrOW, and Morns
Dubler.
Herbert Scber Chapel Dedication Sunday
Will Feature Presentation Ceremonies
Dedication of the Herbert E.
Scber Memorial Chapel of Beth
David Congregation will take place
on Sunday at 3 p m.
Mr Scher passed away in 1959.
At *he time of his death, he was
president of Beth David, and he
held this office for five term? be-
fore that.
Sidney Aronovitz, a former
president of Beth David, and
chairman of the ded'eation com-
mittee, said Wednesday that Rab-
bi Norman N. Shapiro has invifed
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, former
spiritual leader of Beth David, to
share the platform with him in
the dedication program, adding
that Rabbi Rosenberg has accept-
ed the invitation.
former presi-
member of Beth
and :
active in Jewish communal
allairs. will introduce both spiri-
tual leaders, who will pay tribute to
the late Mr. Scher.
Cantor William W. Lipson will
chant the opening prayer. Greet-
ing- from the congregation. Men's
Club and Sisterhood will be ex-
pressed by their respective presi-
dents. Phillip Schiff. Max Jacobion,
and Mrs. Max Jacobson.
The program will be followed by
a visit to the chapel, at which time
a plaque will be unveiled by Mrs.
Herbert E Scher. Refres!
will be served by the Sister.-.
5uector Hall.
Luncheon Group
Honors Wilson
Herman Wilson, financial
of th- Miami Beach Z. i
District, will be honored ,
Club meeting on W
day afternoon at the Rlti
Ml, who has served a-
ficer. a.-ui also the office mai t
e district for sevei
.- cited in the past as '
he outstanding volunteers
organization."
Guest speaker at the luncheon
will be Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Jacob
C, Fishman and Joseph Malek are
chairmen of the Luncheon Chid, and
Joseph Spar. Abe Rubin. H
Weintraub. Bessie Greenwaid, and
Joseph Alter are in charge of trie
arrangements committee.
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[Friday. April 6. 1962 +Jewisl> fh>rldHar Paqe 11-B Election and Donor Reward Luncheon To Spark Hadassah Meetings on Beach Election of new officers and the donor reward luncheon to be held aI |hi Fontainebleau hdtel will be on th agenda tor all Miami Beach chapters of Hadassah when they mee i or Mendsy. t %  Bay Harbor group lunched whose topic is "Young Judea." Musical program will be by Sirna Swee. Shalom* group will meet at Hi'liscus Temple, 10th st. and Alton rd., at noon. Mrs. Milton Margulis. vice president cf National at the Beau Etivaga hotel j Council of Jew'tta Women, wi n | speak on "Public Affairs a.id Cur• | rent Events." Br -eis group luncheon and in,,; will be at the! Henrietta Siold will meet in the I ir.ebleau hotel at 12:30 p.m. Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel at noon. Debt-ah meeHng is get for the h om ( • Mr? WUrry Rosenthal, 9314 Br dr., at noon. cantile Bank bldg. Guest speaker, Sandra Schotts, of Junior Hadassah, will talk about her sixmon'h stav in Israel. Chiid Guidance Their Theme Meeting of Opti-Mrs. will be Tuesday noon at the Seville hotel. Guest speaker will be Mr. Richard Emerson, director of the Dade bounty Child Guidance Clinic. Mrs. Melvin Richard is president. Etb^group 'i'.l meet at the r C( 1, at 12:30 for a so • • moon. Stephen S. Wise group will have installation of officers at a luncheon in the Seville hotel at noon. A play will be presented by the Acorn Players, "The Youngest Shall Ask." Communitj singing !will be led by Mrs. Alex Dcllerson, Hr: group will have a lunch|wlUi Aida Yaslo, accompanist. %  Eden Roc hotel .„ 12 p.in Special program will Southgate orouo will hold its Chagall windows and meeting on Thursday evening in glide, the interior of Hadassah the Southgate Termer room. Hebn L'l • "--'> Hospital by Ahr • eblw Israe" grova will meet at the Aki. hotel it 12:80 p.m. Eiti-j Lazarus will meet at noon •' the Washington Federal gavii and I tan Assn.. Normandy l.->. Mdg. Mem Towers will have its regular meeting at the Morton Towers Sot J973, Main Postoffice, Miomi CERTIFIED NOW! Kosher and Parve for Passover under strict supervision of Rabbi Dr. J. H. Ratbag SLICED CORNED BEEF Ask for M VVILMO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters V^/ ESCAFE IMSTAIMT COFFEE 7kM-Cffr9ee/nst*"t ALL PRODUCTS ARE KOSHER FOR PASSOVER USE WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 %  "-T — 100% PURE COFFEE 43 beans in every cup makes Nescafe the all-coffee instant coffee! 100% PURE COFFEE Decaf* Coffee ha? a wake-up flavor but no eaffein — it lets you sleep I 100% PURE TEA Nestea*, the Ceylon crystal tea with steepe&in flavor, makes delicious tea instantly! Three Fine Products of The Nestle Company. Inc.



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Friday. April 6. 1962 Jewish F/cr/dfraun Page 3-B Beth David Women's Election Head table at the Angel Luncheon of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of "ewish Women, on Friday to fete the women who stock and staff Council's two Thrift Shops. Site was the Pompeii room of the Eden Hoc hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Acron Farr, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president, Mrs. Jack Krause, chairman of the day. Stcnding (left to right) are Mrs. Jess Spirer, Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim, Mrs. William Brenner, Mrs. Harry Gersten. Beth David Sisterhood will elect new officers at its next regular meeting Wednesday at Spector Hall. Mrs, Max Jacobson. president. Will conduct the business meeting, followed by the annual Tombola contest. New slate includes Mesdames Louis Seitlin, president; Richard Harold. Meyer Forer, Theodore Lomaskin and Leonard Wolf, vice president; Howard Berger, corresponding secretary; Benard Lett-1 ler, recording secretary; Sam Badancs, treasurer; Seymour Kaplan, financial secretary; and Ray Jac-; ohson, advisor. Board members are Mesdames Michael Covin, Harry Stone, Max Silver. Jerome Maxwell. Stanley Tinter. Murray Marcus, Arthur Rosinek. Gerald Soltz. Ralph Ross, Max Rosing, Michael Sehachter. Ernest Sussmann, Nat Spiegelman. living Weiner, Al Beer. Kalman Friedberg, Fred Sandier, Minna Bloom, Herman Goodman, Lawrtnee Schcrr, Murray Turetsky. .Morris Rabinowitz, Daniel Jatte. Harry Zuckerman and John Strunin On the nominating committee are Mesdames Harold Rcinhard, chairman. Samuel Cohen, Ralph Hankin, Maurice Hyman. Jerome Maxvll, Gerald Soltz and Stanley Tinter. ^Arnae/ic tvo/ncn at an ^Arngcl j^tc Hospital Unit Inducts Officers New officers of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital, Miami Beach chapter, were inducted on Wednesday evening at the Algiers hotel. Judge Jason Beikman was installing of ficer. Mrs. Sidney Ritterman was reI elected as president. Serving with her will be vice president, Mrs. I Bertram Whitman. Mrs. Jerry Res! nick and Miss Terry Abert; cor\ i-ponding secretary, Mrs. Anne Relff; recording secretary, Mrs. Albert Laufer; social secretary, Mrs. Laurence Bietz; treasurer and financial secretary. Miss Edna Finberg; and chaplain, Faye Koch. Entertainment included Bobby Byron, comedian, Meyer Sandberg, and a group of vocal selections by Miss Annette Harris, with Mrs. Ilortcnse Arvan at the piano. By ISABEL GROVE Staff Writer beautifully-dressed women ing the third annual Angel .con of the Greater Miami ;. National Council of Jew .-Ted to lock serene and cool in a beige silk shantung costume of sheath dress and full-length coat, .%  %  off with three-strand jet necklace and black rough straw cloche. Mrs William Brenner, immediate j-n Women, were probably giving Pst chairman 01 the Thrift Shops. i sneak, preview of the clothes ich will eventually be displayed .uneij's Thrift Shop.ssion to the gala at the Eden T hotel on Friday was earned by I ributio.is of merchandise and ice to the shops. Sidney Lew i-. president.' I the more than 650 women .in attractive apricot and white < tfit with wide white piping ana } %  ter Pan collar ai.d a white oridy bonnet. Seated with her ne Mrs. Stanley C Myers, na,il vice president, in a glitter it oyster white ensemble with .-trolled silver blouse and large : mimed straw hat. ornamented by ; Impe black rose: and Mrs Aaron i .rr. national hoard member, \ liose choice was a silver tinsel C< 'ton grei^e two-piecer Chairman of the day. Mrs Jack Krause, though carefully noting < iry detail of the aUernoon. manLave the invocation. She wore a white square-necked %  .•.:. %  sheath lavishly strewn with multi-colored embroidered flowers A window pane check dress and .. el for attractive Mrs. : B Gppenheim. chairman of the Thrilt Slup board, with garcknia-coverel pancake lor a topper. (hairxoan ol tin Northwest Shop, vivacii as Mrs Hi rry GerBlein's eutfil was a silk floral print hock featuring a bateau necki:ne. and her chapeau was a white texlured straw. And another chairman of the successful marts. MrJess Spirer, in navy and white suit trimmed with red piping and a rough white straw bonnet. Gaily-colored butterflies on a white silk dress and sweater for Mrs. Meyer Baskm. and red. white and blue jersey shirtmaker for Mrs Maxwell Hyman. Mrs. Harold Zeeman chose green over oyster white, Mrs. Harry Orleans in yellow with matching mohair, sweater. President-elect. Mrs. Raymond R. Robin, set off her beige silk linen with orange bag, gloves and matchn ^ floral bonnet, and Mrs. William I. Brenner's lime sheath was a background for a beautiful neck lace of green, amber and pearl beads. flp BTJFLI^IlSrE'S •unahln fashions trend setter hi the south Shcp Burdlne's for the South's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and hcr-e trends. Use one of cur Sunshine Credit plans to shop ... the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop menchy ind friday mghn, miami. miamt btach 163rd iticet, ft. UuderdaU, wtil plm boich 'til •til 9 9:30 Fashion Festival Wednesday Noon Temple Israel Sisterhood is hava spring festival of fashion on Wednesday noon in Wolfson Auditorium. Fashions by Miss Eileen Dress c hop will be featured, with narj;ition by Mrs. Dan Satin. Passover invocation will be given by Mrs. Morris Graft, and Mrs. (;.rl Etttnger will speak on •'Union (i World Judaism."" Chairman of the day is Mrs Myron Behrman. Refreshments will be served. 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