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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and TKf JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 35 Number 17
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 27. 1962
Two Sections Fiice 2"'
Foreign Anti-Semites Bolster Neo-Nazism, Bonn Declares
^ ______ .- u.... I..IJ kink nffir* in the NlZ
BONN (JTA) Right-w.ng organizations in the
Federal Republic'of Germany are on the decline, but nco-
izia ;ind neo-Fascists outside Germany are workina hard
/bolster the hard core of German reactionary and racist
organizations, it developed here this week from a report
compiled by the Ministry of the Interior.
Some of the sources of foreign encouragement given
o right-wing organizations in this country were identi-
l,ed in the Ministry's survey as the Jeune Europe Move-
,nt centered in Switzerland and France; the so-called
Northern European Ring, with headquarters both in Ger-
many and in Scandinavia; the European Social Move-
ment, operating out of Sweden; offshoots of the Ameri-
can Nazi Party and other right-wing groups in the United
States; propaganda emanating from Cairo; and "liaison"
eroros in this country linked to anti-Semites and former
Nazis in Communist East Germany.
Some of the East German groups, and those in
Cairo, are flooding the West German splinter groups of
neo-Naihi with anti Semitic materials and with propa-
ganda demanding West German "neutralism" coupled
with pro-Russian and anti-Israeli attitudes. High of-
ficials in East Germany, both in political life and in the
army, are known to have held high office in he Nui
Party before the end of World War II. The Cairo activi-
ties are under the aegis of Johannes von Leers, a former
Nazi official working for the Nasser Government as a
"specialist" in anti-Semitism and anti-Israel propaganda.
Extensive inquiries, according to the Interior Ifsnit*
trv have shewn that the German right-wingers have r.ot
yet succeeded in establishing unity among themselves,
with the result that they have no central apparaus. while
Continued on Page 8 A

British Board
Launches Fire
At UN Censure
LONDON (JTA) The anti-
Israeli censure by the United
N..lions Security Council was sev-
erely criticized here this week .n
. statement on behalf of the Board
l Deputies of British Jews by Sir
Barnett Janner, president of the
Board. The resolution condemning
Jrael for alleged 'aggressions"
. gainst Syria, as a result of Israel's
March military action in the Lake
Tiberias area, had been co-sponsor-
ed by the British and American
klegations to the United Nations.
"The resolution," stated Sir Bar-
ren," cannot be described as either
"hjective or just. Israel's com-
plaint to the Security Council, con-
cerning repeated acts of aggression
vommitted by Syrian armed forces
against the citizens and territory
oi Israel, and of threats against
Israel's territorial integrity and
I olitical independence uttered by
leaden of the Syrian Arab Repub-
lic, were neither challenged nor re-
nted. Yet the Security Council's
: csolution completely ignored Syr-
ia's violations of her obligations
under the UN Charter and under
;he Israeli-Syrian Armistice Agree-
ment of 1949.
"In these circumstances, the
Board of Deputies records its
opinions that an injustice was
committed by the resolution and
'eels that, instead of the resolu-
tion being landmark in the res-
Continued on Page 2-A
Legislators Urge Security
Pact Changes to Ban Bias
WASHINGTON(JTA)The House Foreign Affairs Committee was
urged this week to write an amendment into the United States Mutual
Security Act that would bar aid to any nation which discriminates
against" Americans on the basis of race, religion or color. Ihe intent
of the amendment is to thwart Arab discrimination against American
Jews. The appeals came from
Democratic Congressman James: effective steps have been taken by
Roosevelt of California and Repub- branch of government to rcm-
lican Congressman Seymour Hal-j .. (h(, sjtuatioa.
pern o[ New York, co-sponsors of
the amendment.
Jews Fear
Risky Trends
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) The
Argentine Jewish community gird-
ed all its forces this week to fight
nco-Nazism, "Marxist nationalism,"
and "dogmatic" Catholic teachings
in the public schools under the
aegis of provincial governments.
The defense campaign was the
result of an extraordinary, country-
wide conference of Argentina's
Jewish leadership which held a
1 three-day assembly sponsored by
DAIA. representative body of Ar-
gentine Jewry. The sessions, held
at Cordoba, were attended by 93
Continued on Page 11-A
They told the committee that a
mandatory stipulation denying aid
to countries which practice such
discrimination is necessary be-
cause 'executive action to date
has failed." Both lawmakers testi-
fied that, despite several resolu-
tions expressing "the sense of Con-
gress" in opposition to Arab travel
bans against American Jews, no
Rep. Roosevelt accused the
Administration of "submitting"
to a policy of Arab discrimin-
ation while, at the same time
saying it was opposed in prin-
ciple to such practices. Rep. Hal-
pern, in his testimony, cited his
unsuccessful attempts to get to
the Saudi Arabian airfield at
Dharan, built by U.S. funds, be-
Continued on Page 12-A
19th ANNIVERSARY OF AWESOME EVENT
Mark Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
In Major Capitals of World
Ribicof f Due Here Saturday
For Cedars Hospital Dinner
U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Abraham Ribi-
toff, will arrive in" Miami en Saturday to speak at a Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital banquet.
The banquet, designated as a President's Dinner, in honor of Sam-
uel T. Sapiro. president of Cedars
of Lebanon, will be held Saturday
evening at the Deauville hotel.
The first governor of Jewish
faith elected in New England,
and by the largest plurality in the
history of the State of Connecti-
cut, is scheduled to arrive at In-
ternational Airport in the after-
noon with Mrs. Ribicoff.
They will be met by a "Red Car-
pet" committee made up of prom-
inent South Floridians in govern-
ment, health, and welfare.
Mayor Robert King High is ex-
pected to arrive at the ramp by
helicopter to deliver his personal
message of welcome on behalf of
the City of Miami as TV and news-
Continued on Page 6-A
LONDON (JTA' Diplomats
stationed in Warsaw visited the
Jewish Historical Institute this
week to attend an exhibition on the
struggle and fall of the Warsaw
Ghetto, in memory of the 19th an-
niversary of that revolt, according
to information received here.
In another phase of the commem-
oration, a photographic exhibit on
life in the ghetto before the upris-
ing was opened in the conference
hall of the Jewish Cultural Associa-
tion in Warsaw. Foreign delega-
tions participated in the laying of
wreaths at the. Memorial to the
Ghetto Martyrs. A mass meeting
was held in the National Theater.
The Ida Kaminska Yiddish State
Theater commemorated the War-
saw Uprising with a performance.
The Board of Deputies of Bri'A
ish Jews announced that a mass
meeting on the anniversary will
be held in St. Pancras Town Hall,
in London on Sunday. The ith
anniversary of the Warsaw Ghet-
to revolt will also be comemorat.
ed at the Manhattan Center in
New York on Sunday.
The Apr. 29 meeting will be fhe
23rd annual conference of the Coun-
cil of Organizations of the United
Jewish Appeal of Greater New
York. Speakers will include Avra-
I
Continued on Paqe 11-A
State Dep't.
Aide Confers
With Mrs. Meir
JERUSALEM (JTA) Mrs.
Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Min-
i-ter. received James P. Grant,
deputy assistant Secretary of State
of the United States, who is in
charge of Near Eastern and South
Asian affairs. He is here for a
three-day visit and his talks with.
Israeli officials were described as
"get acquainted" sessions.
With others, Mr. Grant has met
w.th Minister of Education Abba
Eban and with Dr. Eliahu Elath,
president of the Hebrew Univer-
sity. A number of Israeli officials
attended a dinner honoring Mr.
Grant, given by U.S. Ambassador
Walworth Barbour. Among those
attending the dinner were Minister
of Agriculture Moshe Dayan and
Theodor Kolleck, director of the
Pr.me Minister's office.
Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, special
Middle East representative for the
United Nations Palestine Concilia-
tion Commission, who is on his sec-
end tour of Middle East captals in
an effort to help ease Arab-Israeli
disagreements about possible solu-
tions for the Arab refugee porblem,
conferred for the second time with
Israel's Foreign Minister.
v_ rfet/icaf C_ir*r
Secretary Ribicoff of fer-
tile Kennedy Admin^traticn
view on medical care for
the aged Page 7-A.
PASSOVER STATEMENTS PINPOINT IRON CURTAIN TRAGEDY
Hit Soviet Denial of Rights to Jews
AMANAM KIBKOrr
NEW YORK (JTA) Leaders
of Jewish organizations in the
United States condemned this week
the Soviet Union in Passover state-
ments for the USSR's general de-:
nial of religious and cultural rights
to Russian Jewry and particularly
for denying to Russia's 3,000,000
, Jews this year the right to obtain
matzohs.
Statements dealing with the cur-
rent situation of Russian Jewry
were issued by the American Jew
ish Committee; the Synagogue
Council of America, the central na-
tional agency representing rabbi-
nical and congregational organiza-
tions of Conservative, Orthodox and
Reform Judaism in this country;
and Mrs. Sidney Leff, national pres-
ident of Pioneer Women, labor
Zionist Women's Organization.
On behalf of the American Jew-
ish Committee, Louis Caplan
president, pointed out that, while
religious liberties are curtailed
for all groups in the Soviet
Union, "Soviet Jews suffer far
greater handicaps and disability
ties than others. No federation
of Jewish communities is allowed
in the USSR," Mr. Caplan noted,
"and even contact and communi-
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Judge GoWman Wins Newest Honor
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zne'. Is:: nr.i Hynian P. GaTbul right discuss with
Hip Go'.d=c- progress c: his campaign la retain
; the C:rr^it Court bench- here. Judge SoMrhth was
by G-cv LeRoy Collins.
Circu;: Court Judge Phillip Gold-
> :te recipient of the
Mr legal circles
less than a month when the
: | E:r Asa rave him
em-
ber, rodicral can-
ned for office.
_.-. honors came
man as appoint-
ed b> :he Florida Supreme Court
: ..
QOBffl of Appeal.
Shortly after this designation,
ftie State Sopreme Court invited
Jud9 Geldmon to sit in Talla-
hassee as an Associate Justice of
that top judicial body.
The Dade County Bar AMI >
poB provided Judge Goldman with
a 934 percentage of qualifying
kNMBg all the candidates in
Circuit Cos1 race He re-
Thi; was the highest "qualified"'
rating given to any candidate in
the present election race.
Commenting on his newest hon-
or Judge Goldman said that "the
confidence placed in my judicial
record by the Dade County Bar
a -- .- indeed pleasing. These
ballots were cast by attorneys who
have daily opportunity to observe
the conduct of all judges in many
-eat types of court cases.
They are so close to the judicial
r eture that they are well qualified
themselves to e\aluate a judges
service to the community at large,
tnd his fitness to hold the office for
which he is a candidate.'"
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Rabbi Schtii on Radio
Rabbi Solomon Schiff spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth El,
spoke on 'Freedom a- a Way of
Life" on Sunday morning over
radio station WGBS.
British Unit Critical of UN Censure
Continued from Pao* 1-A
?oration of peace in the area, will
prove rather to be a step back-
ardan act of appeasement of
the ejoresior."
Rusk sh full and complete
Wan -" respect to 11
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inev Ansin (left), a Combined Jewish Appeal Business
I ik host, confers over pledge cards with Joseph Rose dur-
I Business Week. Key volunteers selected two or three
Is .:. the morning, covered them during the day, and re-
Sm the next morning to Temple Israel headquarters.
lay Harbor CJA
lets Increase
Members of the CJA Bay Har-
lot Residents Division attending a
kssovei brunch at the Balmoral
otel more than doubled their 1961
ionlribul s, according to Dan
luskin, chairman of the overall
Miami Beach Residents Council.
Shepard Broad, outstanding
:inter Miami community leader1.
Idressed the brunch, and called
lot CJA leader? to accept increased
cponsibility in line with the ef-1
orts put forth by such Jewish com-
nunittes a? Detroit.
Those attending the brunch in-
bluded Ruskin, Shepard Broad.
Jorris Broad, Norman Arkin,
fli.mes Naiman, Irving Rosen, Jose
insen, Benjamin Sharps, Sam Poi-
nk. Sam Botway, Lloyd Ruskin,
Martin Lodge, Dan Elkind, Cal
lovens, and Leonard Rosen.
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cation between local congrega-
tions appears either to be disrupt-
ed or non-existent. Similarly, no
contact is allowed with Jewish
religious bodies outside the USSR.
Countless Jews," he continued,
"will be efeprived of the matxohs,
the symbol of Passover, due to
the Soviet Government's prohibi-
tion against the baking of mat-
zohs in state-operated bakeries."
Rabbi Julius Mark, president of
thi Synagogue Council of America,
stated that the matzob situation in
the Soviet Union is not the only
matter of concern to organized
American-Jewish religion. "We are
deeply concerned." he slated, "over
reports emanating from the Soviet
Union that our fellow-Jews in that
country are being subjected to new
harassmerits. The lives of many-
arc in jeopardy. A number have
been arrested and at least two have
Dt en executed."
Speaking for the Pioneer Women,
Mrs. Leff denounced in her Pass-
over message "the spiritual geno-
cide" practiced by Soviet authori-
ties against the USSR's 3.000.000
jews. Other major Jewish organi-
zations have similarly condemned
the Soviet action .n their Passover
statements,
In Jerusalem, Sephardic Chief
Rabbi Nissim spoke on a Passover
broadcast, of the dangers of assim-
ilation hovering over "certain Jew-
ish communities," stressing the re-
moval of religious freedom of Sov-
iet Jewry indicated in the ban on
the baking of matzoh for Russian
Jews.
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Volume 35
Number 17
23 Nisan 5722
Friday. April 27, 1962
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A Slight Case
Of Overweight
The Bonn Government report on
c lti-Semitism is rather like the fat
man who seems troubled by his
-. eight, but goes on eating choco-
1: tes anyway. The burden of
.: ouble, whether in the form of
conscience or any other, is a
reavy one; but positive action to
ameliorate the difficulty would re-
quire infinitely more dedication
a purpose.
Various leaders of the West
German Federal Republic have on
many occasions since World War
'.'. show:- a genuine concern for
: enewed manifestations of anti-
Semitism in their country. The
Government, itself, has taken fre-
rraent and forceful steps to guar-
antee against the renewed erup-
tion of this scourge.
Whatever may be said about
the personal role of the German
reople in the Nazi slaughter of
s.x million Jews during the Hitler
era, it must also be said that
xr.any of them have seemed hon-
estly conscientious in their deter-
rr. motion to make amends.
Neither does it at this point mat-
ter whether they have been motivated by guilt
C: the terrifying spectre of World War II.
The positive attitudes of students in a good
r. .imber of West German universities, the seem-
ingly spontaneous and massive Anne Frank
memorials, the occasional group tours young
people make to the State of Israel, the awe-
some acceptance of plays, motion pictures, and
television productions documenting the Nazi
era all these have been encouraging cul-
tural evidence of the nation's deep-rooted con-
cern over the problem.
Neither in this case do the psychoanalytical
studies of the overwhelming German attraction
tcward forms of self-destruction mitigate what
must clearly be some quantitatively genuine
signs of national contrition.
But the fact remains that the Jewish popula-
tion of West Germany today barely numbers
33,000 souls. And when, in the face of all the
cood work done to combat anti-Semitism and
when, in the bloody spectre of the Hitler epoch,
c people must still wrestle with their active
hatred of such a small group remaining among
them, the signs of the times are evil indeed.
How is it that Europe's most wealthy and
powerful nation, despite ruinous defeat in
World War II, and partition as a consequence
oi it, can still take time out for anti-Semitism?
In the answer to this guestion lies the extent
c; the virulence of the disease.
Admittedly, the Bonn Government report at-
tempts an objective documentation of the prob-
lem. But the sudden need to point to outside
influences as a forceful factor in the resurgence
of neo-Nazism is the first time that the Federal
Republic has shied away from its own respon-
s.bility in this matter. No one denies that anti-
Semitism exists elsewhere in the world.
Neither, however, by pointing to its existence
eisewhere. can Germany expect to minimize
its own. If the Bonn Government is getting fat,
it should go on a diet rather than petulantly to
declare that others are also eating chocolate.
j 'jm
during
the week
. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
:n ::..;.;:..:.;.
Arrival of Mr. Ribicoff
A distinguished member of the Kennedy
Administration Cabinet will arrive in Miami
this weekend to address a dinner of Cedars
cf Lebanon Hospital on Saturday evening.
Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare
Abraham Ribicoff may well bring some inter-
esting observations to Miamians on the con-
troversial question of medical care for the aged
a major plank in the Kennedy Administra-
tion welfare program.
What should make the anticipated message
particularly piquant will be the presence of so
many members of the medical profession in
Secretary Ribicoff's audience.
That the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital dinner
can serve as such a forum is telling evidence
of the character of the hospital, whose roots
lie deeply embedded within the community to
which it ministers.
The Saturday night function will honor Sam-
uel T. Sapiro, president of Cedars, for his role
in helping to make the hospital a reality on the
Greater Miami medical scene. Mr. Sapiro sym-
bolizes the many dedicated men and women
in the community who have ardenty assisted
in this effort.
The dinner tribute is a further example of the
Cedars of Lebanon determination to play a
telling role in the overall health and welfare
programs of the Greater Miami community.
Meaning of Statements
Repeated statements by legislators in the
Congress and by British titled spokesmen, as
in the case of Sir Barnett Janner this week, go
a long way toward accomplishing a little in
the matter of bringing pressure to bear toward
a reexamination of Western policies in the
Middle East.
The sad thing about these statements, at
least so far as the Congress is concerned, is
that they almost always come horn the same
Senators and Representatives. Even sadder is
that these legislators have few ties and fewer
powers in the highest echelons of foreign pol-
icy formulation.
The result is that the problems are aired
publicly, and that nothing is done where it
counts to ameliorate them. Neither can we be
sure that repeated airings are good in them-
selves; for it may also be true that they merely
dissipate whatever sense of urgency the prob-
lems had in the first instance.
Then what do grand statements by these
legislators mean except within the precincts of
their own constituencies? Nothing if silent
action fails to give them substance.
A DLAI STEVENSON sat in,
** room at Miami SpriM.
Villas back in November ig
Days before, Israel had launch.
ed the Sinai campaign in con-
junction with the Franco-Brit-
ish drive on Suez. News of
the war broke for me at a
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion function in one of the
oceanfront hotels here. On
Oct. 29, I was participating m
a panel discussion sponsored by the Federation Women's Division.
Moderator was Kahum Asiar, then Consul of Israel for the Southeast!
ern region of the United States. During the morning program, some-
one raced in to report the sensational story. I recall very clearly that
Consul Astar turned pale, then muttered something about the grav-
ity of the situation.
The nation was on the eve of a Presidential election. Only the
most smitten GOP supporter would deny that Republican foreign
policy in the Middle East had finally backfired on a grand scale Un-
der ordinary circumstances, the Suez-Sinai campaign should have
meant a damaging repudiation of the Eisenhower-Dulles Admim-tra-
tion. Coming literally hours before Election Day. it might even be
disastrous. But Dwighl Eisenhower was no ordinary President; and
the country's blind attraction toward him seemed clinicallj patho-
logical, to boot.
Ike threatened Israel in the most savage terms, while stabh.n?
Britain and France, ourtraditional allies, in the back. Separating the
itic measures to v. Inch Israel had resorted from the corrosive mi-
ni Stale Department policy on her, the President succei
"explaining" to the nation that the "aggressive" Jewish republic must
be punished if Israel troops failed to withdraw unconditionally. For
first, and only, time in office, Eisenhower acted. Never
had he been so p ritive; never again, in his next four->
' he prove so
A MATTER OF BIPARTISANSHIP
MR. STEVENSON SAT in his room at Miami Springs Vi
agonized. I hod asked him for a statement on Dulles-E
. in the Middle East. From his previous ren
the course of the campaign, it appeared inevitable that he
tut a; the Presid tnt's one-sided approach to the Suez-Suiai action.
A press conference several weeks earlier In Miami saw the D .
cratic Party candidate exceedingly willing to offer his critical views
on this matter. (He was. after all. running for office.)
But Mr Stevenson cont.nued to agonize. The statement was flow-
in coming. Surrounded by the late James Finnegan, his national cam-
paign manager, and Ed Ball, a high echelon assistant, he phrased and
rephrased his thinking with respect to how he might best go on rec-
ord anew. Time slipped by slowly from 7:30 a.m., and then suddenly
it was 8:30 a.m., and Stevenson rose to be dr.ven several blocks to
the airport for a hop to north Florida. Ball stayed behind, and Fin-
negan returned less than a quarter of an hour later. We sat in the
room, cold scrambled eggs, virtually untouched, and a half-filled cup
of cold coffee on Mr. Stevenson's breakfast tray.
"Where is the statement?"' I asked. When Stevenson had left to
catch his plane, he promised to give it one final touch during the
brief taxi ride to the 36th Street airport, and to send it back with
Finnegan. My question was answered evenly: There would be no
statement. 1 then asked for the reason behind what must subsequently
be regarded as a Stevenson withdrawal. The explanation proved to
be saccharine-smooth but irrevocable: The Democratic candidate
didn't think it would be proper to embarrass the President at this
or any other time with respect to foreign policy matters. These were,
after all, bipartisan. (Was he, indeed, running for office.')
A MATTER OF SERIOUS PUZZLEMENT
I DID NOT then, and I do not today, believe that anything could have
' stopped the Eisenhower tide. It was all part of the nation's path-
ological father image attachment to him. But I found it inconceiv-
able at the time, and I still remain abashed, to recall Mr. Stevenson*!
rejection of a golden opportunity to tell the world that at le."t some
Americans held a more realistic view of the Suez-Sinai campaign than
Papa Eisenhower's. And, if a statement from him could clearly
mean little at the ballot box. and not much more in terms of history,
it would at least tell us something of the mettle of Mr. Stevenson,
himself.
All of which is singularly pertinent in April. 1962 because of Mr.
Stevenson's role in I ho recent United Nations censure of Israel The
bipartisan fiction, perpetrated by the Republicans in their iron rule
behind the Eisenhower facade, is no longer available to him as an
excuse. Mr. Stevenson's party has returned to power; and, in lead-
ing the rat pack that raced toward censure, he has clearly spoken for
the Administration, whose voice at least on this issue seem.- strangely
akin to the one it supcrceded.
But Mr. Kennedy's expert change of face, which would put a
chameleon to shame, is beyond the purview of the considerations set
forth here. For the question now becomes: Did Adlai Stevenson really
intend to offer a statement on the Suez-Sinai campaign back in 1956?
Did he honestly differ with the Republican incumbent? Or was his
sudden decision to refrain from challenging his opponent on a critical
issue a reflection of Mr. Stevenson's ultimate intellectual BOnesty-
a silent expression of his agreement that Israel had erred unilaterally-
IT WILL BE DONE IN A FLOURISH OF RESIGNATION
THE SUBSTANTIAL MEANING of Adlai Stevenson's position in the
recent Syria-Israel border shooting is that Israel was entirely &
blame. His statement and its taciturn expression, no less than his
peculiarly strange demand that Gen. von Horn, chief of UM l-N
truce unit in the Middle Fast, be brought to the United Nations tor*
personal report, corroborate this and recall the dense, one-sided think-
ing that marked the most wicked years of Dulles-Eisenhower lore'S11
policy there.
I said before, in referring to the U.S.-led censure move, that SB-
Stevenson clearly spoke for the Administration. There is no douM
that, as U.S. Ambassador, he must do precisely this and little "lorej
But a second question now arises to stand alongside the first: i>w
he also speak for himself? If the answer here is that he remained
silent in 1956 because he agreed with his opponent, then the nswe*
to the second must be that, in speaking for the Administration, he
also spoke for himself.
But the puzzle becomes all the more fascinating if, forgetting 15
monstrously inept 1356 Presidential campaign, we now concentrate on
the recent UX censure of Israel. For if Mr. Stevenson was a victim
Continued on Page 10-A


Friday, April 27. 1962
+Jewish RcrkHan
Page 5-A
Blank, Friedland, Orovitz. Ruskin
To be Honored at Israel Bond Function
Launching 14th Anniversary Celebration
Four Miami business and civic
. adnn have been chosen for spe-'
cial recognition by the State of
Israel, it was announced this week
by Dr. Joseph J. Schwarz, world-
wide head of the Israel Bond Or- I
ganization.
To be honored at a dinner of
tribute will be Sam Blank. Samuel:
i idland. Max Orovitz and Dan.
Ruskin, who, "as the Miami j
GrouD, initiated the proeram of
ptivate investment in Israel when
;-... I was born and were thus the
: irerunnera ol the world-wide State
. i Bond issue."
Weinkle, Greater M i ;i m i
ad u ii! be i hairman of
M.
The diru-.er w;ll take place on
Sunday, May 27, at the fabulous
c! the Greater Miami Israel Eand
committee, in con Jim:! ion wi'h
the community-wide ceiebra'ion
ct the fh liv.rsary of Is-
rael's independence.
cing Ihe tribute to the
ii internationally-noted members
i the "'Miami Group," Dr.
5chw irtz emphasized "the business
vision and courageous faith in the
fledgling State of Israel shown by
:hese men 1-i years ago when they
(inbarkrd upon a program of pri-
Investment in Israel."
Their action served as a pattern
for other important investors and
subsequently led to the launching
>f Ihe world-wide Israel Bond pro-
gram. Dr. Schwartz declared.
"With the very birth of the State
of Israel, the four Miamians were
irrevocably convinced of the State
of Israel as a Jewish State, of its
economic potentialities, and of the
wisdom of collaboration between
private enterprise in the United
Stales and private iniative in Is-
rael.
"The Miami Group gives due
credit for their initiative and con-
tinued interest ID Israel to one oT
Israel leading industrialists, Xavier
Federmann."
It was Federmann who, in the
fall of 1947, first met Max Orovitz
and interested him in the possibili-
ties of investment in Israel, accord-
ing to Dr. Schwartz.
Orovitz, then co-owner of the
Public Gas Company of Miami,
vico chairman of the Maul* In-
dustrie of Florida, and nation-
ally known as one of Miami's
leading philanthropists and busi-
nessmen, initiated steps that led
to the formation of the Miami
Group. He interested three other
noted Miamians in the project,
Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland
and Dan B. Ruskin.
Friedland is chairman of the
board of Food Fair Stores, and is
currently chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond committee.
Blank is president of National
Brands, and a leading member of j
the Israel Bond executive board.
Ruskin was then co-owner with Or-,
ovitz of the Public Gas Company. |
The diversified investments of the
Miami Group include the King Da-,
via hotel, the Accadia hotel, Dan
hotel, an asbestos pipe factory, a .
major interest in a hank, and the I
I Israel-American Oil Corp.
Israeli spokesmen pointed out
that the celebration of Israel's 14th ;
I anniversary, under the auspices of
the Israel Bond Organization, "was
a fitting occasion to pay just hon-
or to the members of the Mia
Group."
H0TELsC0NFlRM
BOTH
ROOM
Internationally-noted Miami business and philanthropic lead-
ers who will be honored at a dinner of tribute on May 27 un-
der the auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion. Left to right are Max Orovitz, Sam Blank, Dan B. Ruskin
and Samuel Friedland.
Yiddish Language
Records Available
Rabbi Leon Kronish, president
j of the South Florida Council of the
J American Jewish Congress, has an-
j nounced that a self-teaching course
' in the Yiddish language is avail-
able at the American Jewish Con-
gress office, 714 Congress bldg.
A manual guide, accompanied by
a two-record LP album, "Invita-
tion to Yiddish," has been pre-
pared by Dr. Sol Liptzin, chairman
[ of the Commission on Jewish Af-'
fairs of the American Jewish Con-
gress, with the cooperation of the
Workmen's Circle, Jewish Culture i
J Foundation, S h o 1 e m Aleichem
schools, Farband, and the Jewish
Education Committee of New York
City.
The 16-lesson records use stand-
ard Yiddish, and were prepared by
Yudel Mark, educator, with many
years of experience in Yiddish lan-
guage teaching and research.
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*, i?n i Friday. April 27, Uty
Cabinet Official to Speak at Dinner for Sapiro
SAMLft T. SiPUtO
Lebowitz WHI
Accept Gavel
bovltx. newly-elect-
- ent of the South Beach

from J pel -: City Attorney Alar. Rothstein, at
- :o be heid.
\: month.
Other n.. sexs are Murray
- : Both, vice presi-
dents: Harry Perkel. record:.-
rc:ary: L;.. A,:-van. correspond-
:-; Mucluy; tad Na: Classman.
:rer
Vice Mayor Malvm Er.dander
erd Justice of the Peace Jasivi M
Berkaian amended ;he e:
r.'te-
Continued from Page 1-A
reel camera* record the occasion.
- Kor.r.eth Oka. of Miami
Eeach. and county officials are also
n>emK: < of :he welcoming commit-
tee
the firs: timeS
-.-\ Ribicefi hus appeare.: in his
..:> before a sp*.
sted in a
. n-profit mec
:"-:::.' I
Later, at
held at
! Ribicoff > -
:ess
ot of care of tie : .;-
-. ad aged.
The President's Dinner chalks
up an inaugural" for Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital with the glitter-
ing social affair a spontaneous
testimonial for Sapiro, who has
devoted much ef his time to lead-
ership in the Cedars development
fund.
Myers, trust
man. and K Albert Pallot building
are among the
Of, : r^es behind the s.v
ipitaL
ro will receive a '
I VB1 r ;.!.i plaque in recognition
of his serv.ces The circular wall-
pfetjoe, nanted on walnut, has
been specially designed for the
President's Dir.r.er by Edward Ar-
nold, president of American Silver
Studios A curved Olympian laur-
el wreath borders the salutation to
Sapirn on behalf of the commun-
if]
Chairman of the dinner is Emil
Gould, local bu*lder-developer. who
ministrator. and a top-level gromi |
nf officers and trustees.
As head of the national Puhi
Health Service. Ribicoff is
corned with Dade county's pn,
visions for medical care of*its resi
dents. The Service give- financial-
I ;n in constructing hospital*. nurJ
big homes and research facility I
Ribicoff s department al grants to colleges and other noJ
profit institutions in all.states. |
The Secretary will be invitednI
- imple a typical meal in "he cat*.I
t( na and to inspect all
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LEWIS
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 2
:>een prominently identified
\ ith numerous civic and philan-
:es. He and Mrs
Gould were hosts Wednesday even-
to Sen. Wayne Morse, of Ore-
who made a special flight here
-ton. DC. to addr
dinner party at tiie
.; home.
The President's Dinner program
will include remarks by Pallot as
chairman of Cedars development
and Myers, chairman of the
board of trustees.
Congressman Dante Fascell and
a number of local leaders in gov-
ernment have accepted invitations
cf the dinner committee to partici-
pate in the ceremonies honoring
Sapiro and Secretary Ribicoff.
In the receiving line Saturday
evening will be some 50 of Dade s
leading citizens.
In a statement Wednesday. Sa-
piro declared "the whole field ef
medicine is making great strides
every year. We must all be pre-
pared to serve in countless ways
in human awareness, as well at
in material accomplishments.
"Cedars of Lebanon HospU
being built by the generosity of the
people it so ab!> Every
day that
their ingnesi .. upbuild th.s
-.nan medical ir.^utuuon.
"Th:> :s your hospital. Let us
:her to bring it to full
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1 for a quick tour on his w ay
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He will be received by Sanford
K Bronstem. idministra-
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dtpartmen'- f the hospital Th*|
tour will al"> include a heck oH
the itiD-unfinished founn floor [
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Friday. April 27. 1962
vJewlsli Her Mian
Page 7-A

Ribicoff Sees Hope in Kennedy Medicare Move
Spieler Installed
For Second Term
Stanley Spieler, Miami attorney,
Las installed as president of the
[Miami YMHA Branch on Tuesday
ight by A. Budd Cutler, president
t the Greater Miami Jewish Cen-
;r
Also installed were Mrs. George
,. Simon, honorary president; Her-
Bf.chi'1 Rosenthal and Arthur Stein,
ice presidents; and Mrs. Leslie
Jlumberg, secretary.
Branch board of directors install-
d were Mrs. Richard Alper, Dr.
ack Amazon, Mrs. Jack Amazon,
[Martin Belle, Abraham Bernn,
Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, Mrs. Ed-
vard Eisenberg, Mrs. Norman
iladsdcn, Samuel Gordon. Mrs.
Samuel (Jordon, Hyman Kam, Dr.
Robert Katims, Mrs. Sol Nabutov-
bk>. Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, Mrs.
Herschel Rosenthal, George A.
Simon, Mrs, Stanley Spieler, Mrs.
Fred Stein, Maxwell Waas, and
Louis G. Wechsler.
Mow in his second term as branch
{president, Spieler has served on
lh> board of directors of GMJCC,
II 1 on :he board of governors of
Gieater Miami Jewish Federation,
a well as on its budget committee.
By ABRAHAM RIBICOFF
Secretary of Health. Education
and Welfare
Recently, I talked to a man who
had some family problems typical
of those which have become wide-
spread across the nation, causing
despair and financial worries to
young and old.
"My wife and children are fine,"
he said, "but my father has beer,
in and out of the hospital lor the
past two years, and now my mother
is seriously ill."
He said he had not only spent
his savingsclose to $2.500for his
aged father's hospital and medical
bills, but had also been forced to
borrow money and to dip into the
fund he had set aside for his son's
education.
"The troth is," he said, "I'm
broke. My wife and I will man-
age somehow, but it's my son I'm
worried about. He wants to be
an engineer. I can no longer of-
ford to send him to college."
Dr. Williams Scheduled
)r. If. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of Mi-
ami, will lead a discusson on "Ni-
geria" on Tuesday evening at Mi-
ami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. for the study group of
the United Nations Assn.
Then he asked, deeply troubled,
"What am I supposed to do? For-
get I have parents? Neglect them?
Forget I love them? Forget what
1 owe them? What's the answer?
Fortunately for him and for so
many others like him. there is an
answer. President Kennedy pro-
vided it when he proposed a Health
Insurance Plan for the Aged
through Social Security.
The President's plan will help
the whole family, as well as bene-
fit those over 65. It is a plan for
"family security." It will enable
us more easily to carry out our
responsibilities to our parents, to
our children and to ourselves and,
at the same time, lessen the drain
en the family budget.
Back in 1935. Congress passed
the. Social Security Acta tremen-
dous step toward relieving the
American people of the fear of
economic insecurity in old age.
Now we must move another step;
1 i ward. Because medical science
has lengthened the lifespan, there
are today 17 million people in this
country 65 years of age and over.
By 1970, this number will be 20
million.
A new insecurity is gripping
our Old folks nd affecting the
livas of younger members of their
families. How can they pay the
rapidly-mounting costs of hospi-
tal care for the elderlycosts
that have gone up faster than
any other necessities of life, and
far more than retirement in-
comes?
A look at the figures bears out
their fears:
Hospital costs have more than j
tripled in the past 15 years. The
bill for an aged person now is close
to $500 for the average hospital
stay. To add to this gloomy pic-:
ture, statistics show that 9 out of
10 persons reaching age 65 this
year will need hospitalization in'
their remaining lifetime, mos.t at]
them more than on.ee. Ap& their
stay in the hospital wU) average 15
days, vyhich is longer than the aver-
age hospital stay of younger peo-
ple.
Who must pay these hospital
bills? Surely nd our old folks.
Half of them have less than $1,200
a year. This is scarcely enough to
cover the.r food, housing, and a
few other esseuuuls.
Private health insurance poli-
cies? Some old people nave them,
but premiums for politics in this
age bracket are too expensive and
protection woefully inadequate, de-
spite recent improvements. As a
result, many put off going to the
hospital until it is too late or, in
desperation, turn to their children
for help.
But their children have the re-
sponsibility of raising and educat-
ing their own families and can't
carry the full burden of costly hos-
pital care. Do theynow in their
thirties or fortiesexhaust their
own savings, mortgage their homes,
borrow from friends or relatives?
Many do.
Too often, however, it is the
grandchildren who suffer most,
and it is their future which is at
stake. Today there are some 75
million children in this country
who are under 21. By 1970, this
figure will rise to 95 million.
None of these children should be
deprived of the educational op-
portunities to which he is en-
titled.
Who. then, will pay the major
hospital costs of our parents?
Under President Kennedy's pro-
gram, it would be the 75 million
wage earners who, in the course
oi a year, contribute to their own
letirement benefits through the
Social Security system. For only
$1 a month for the average worker
and an equal amount from his em-
ployer, these persons not only
would make it possible for their
parents to receive immediate health
insurance benefits, but would in-
sure their own health benefits after
they reach the age of 65 and, in
turn, make certain they won't have
to depend on their children to pay
their hospital bills when they get
old.
This is a sound and simple pro-
posal which makes sense for the
entire family.
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Gordon Urges 'Clean1 Campaign
aiog meeting Sunday morning tor the May 5 celebration
brad's 14th anniversary a: independence brought together
aft to right Philip F. Thau. Mis. Jcck S. Popick Mrs. Emil
T.:e: : nr.d Jerome Stern a*, the new office* ai the A eri-
. -.:: Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The May
I dinner dance wfU be held aboard the M. S. Calypso Liner,
_ : the Flr::d^ soasl
Bonn Says Foreign Anti-Semites
Spur to German Neo-N3zism
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- the repon
and
.%.- .ported, and
persons were arrested. It is
ever, that many ma-
ts sjo mreported in official rec-
C 5 of local and state offices.
M*w*er*hip in West German
jht-wirvg groups dropped in
':61. according to the survey, to
::4M. decrease of about 10,-
C from the preceding years.
= jt in the area of official mem-
;rship, too, it is believed that
-e records are incomplete and
"at ri>* relatively sma'l numbers
do not reflect the true strength of
the neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic
group.
Officials here emphasize
I an economic crisis hit West
any. or should the general
. al situat.on rach de-
mettts coald act quickly as a
r inning right-wing groups.
iDip and
ptrhaps bringing to the open some
cf the ar.' and neo-Nazi
leaders waiting for the opportunity
- : ,.r uitra-aationaiism and
opposition to the democratic forces
:.. in control of West Germany.
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce director "Doc" Baker join-
ed with Dade County Commission
chairman Alex Gordon this week
in calling for a "clean" election
day on May 8.
Gordon, incumbent candidate for
tht commission, urged his fellow
lord.dates for office "to keep pos*
ers. signs and literature away from
ail polling places."
"People come to the polls to cast
their vote." he said, "not to be
I >:.\inced on how to vote. Let';
more order and dignity on
the day we exercise oui tree-
choose our owr.
Baker, speaking for the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce,
aJso pleaded for a 'holiday from
litter on May 8. "We don't feel
that the indiscriminate use of
political material near polling
places is in line with our aims of
beautification for Miami Beach,'
he said.
Born in Chelsea Mass in 1913
rdon graduated from Bosl
versity's College of Business Ad-
ministration and College I La
1938. He served as a spec
to the Federal Bureau ol In-
t- -:. :,.'45. when
to South Florida 1
e. He was <
Commision in I
si rve as cl >f as
is 13 committees out of 23
ne time, and on January 9.
1962 was unanimously eleel
irman of the ( in. "the
:. si Miami Beach Com miss j ni r I
tin this position. his supp
E leclare.
A civic lea.ier Gordon is p
ident of the Miami Beach Bar
Assn., past vice president of
Kiwanis Club of Miami Beach. :
Municipal Judge of Miami
Shores, organized and first vice
I: o.dent of the 52 Assn.. member
of the Miami Beach Taxpayers
Assn.. former secretary-. Civic
League of Miami Beach, former
executive secretary of the Miami
Beach Hotel Assn., member of the
board of directors of Temple
Emaru-El. honorary life member
of the Florida Parent-Teacher
Assn member of the Mahi Tern-
lie. and member of Surf side Lodge
No 316. F & AM.
Gordon and his wife. Sandra are
the parents of four daughters.
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+Jewist\fhrldkMi
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DISTRICT 5 NEEDS
MAN
Re-Elect
LEXGORDON
I on ill v Commissioiick
EXPERIENCE
DIGNITY
RESULTS
THE RECORD IS CLEAR-
THESE WERE THE PROMISES:
to serve the interests of the people of District 5
to bring dignified leadership to County Commission
Ho bring more efficient operation and savings to all County
departments
to complete the new High School
to reduce the tax load in District 5
to equal ire allocation of road funds with benefits to District 5
HERE ARE THE RESULTS
overwhelming support of the people of District 5
unanimously elected Choirman of the County Commission. First
District 5 man to be so honored
increased services and capital improvements in District 5 by over
$14,000,000 without increasing taxes
new High School completed and in operation
one tax adjustment made already, another scheduled for July
when report of Board of Equalization is released
$1,000,000 for widening Collins Ave., the largest single District
5 appropriation in history
completion of Airport Expressway
program for new East-West Expressway to MacArthur Causeway '
$800,000 County Tourist Promotion fund
RE-ELECT
THIS IS ACTION PROOF OF PERFORMANCE
Alex <;okioiv
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Friday, April 27, 1962
NO MEMBER WILL OPENLY VOTE 'NO' LAST IN A SERIES
Israel's Best Market Hope is Default
By WALTER EYTAN
Brussels
A Belgian Fore.gn Ministry offic-
ial has told me: "There have al-
ways been customs, and the Euro-
pean Economic Community has not
increased the difficulties for ex-
porting countries. On the contrary',
since its creation the Common Mar-
ket has reduced by 20 percent its
external tariffs. Israel forgets this
reduction, and complains that she
will have to compete against Com-
munity members who pay no cus-
toms whatsoever. We are a Fed-
eration in the making' and this
complaint is similar to that of the
European businessman who finds
out that he has to pay higher cus-
toms in Michigan than the indus-
trialist from Illinois.
An Italian diplomat: "I know-
that Italy is suspected in Israel of
sabotaging her association due to
conflicting citrus interests. Th.s is
not true: we are not more against
Israel than any of our other part-
ners. As to your citrus exports,
the Common Market has not ham-
pered them. Israel sold $16,000,000
worth of citrus during the first six
months of 1961. when the Market
was in full swing, compared to
$14.).000 during 1959.''
Othr diplomat and economic
ttachts complained that Israel
want* export freely bi* re-
fuses "a become a free industrial
market. They say: "Abandoning
your protective tariffs would
mean Israel's economic suicide.
We understand this but you can-
not both have your cake and eat
it."
Even the major Israeli sacrifice.
devaluation, which has hit every
Israeli in his personal comfort and
based on mutual trust and coopera-
tion.
well-being, passes unnoticed and
unheeded in the Market's modern
oltices. Community experts told
me: "We never asked Israel to de-
valuate her currency, nor was the
devaluation the fundamental issue
between us. We mentioned Israel's
artificially inflated currency during
talks with your experts, but we
nexer undertook to accede to Is-
rael's request for association on
condition that the pound be placed
on a more realistic and stable
scale."
Some added: "Whatever the re-
sults of the Ministerial Council, the
devaluation will have helped Israel
to put her economy in order and
do away with the former artificial
and unhealthy boosts to foreign
trade."
Diplomats from certain Mediter-
ranean countries, such as Spain,
Italy and Greece, claim that the
difficulties caused to Israel by her
exclusion from the Market must be
carefully weighed against the dif-
1 ficulties her inclusion would cause
to other Mediterranean states. For
these countries. Israel represents a
direct economic threat and their
diplomats are. sometimes, actively
lobbying against the opening of
E.E.C.-Israel negotiations.
One of the most serious com-
plaints against Israel is that no
one knows exactly what she
wants. The Israel Foreign Min-
istry formula is: the start of
negotiations to enable Israel to
continue her trade with the Com-
munity states. This definition is
too vague to satisfy the Market
economists and the six-nation
diplomats.
On whom will Israel be able to
count to support her candidacy?
Tne questiOD must be divided: Who
is likely to support her plea, and
who is likely to raise it?
The likeliest sponsor still re-
mains France, in spite of helpful
statements made by Dutch politi-'
cians in recent months. France
v ill probably mention the problem
diring the forthcoming Ministerial
Council session in Brussels. Men-
tioning does not mean, however,
actively supporting a thing which
France can hardly do. now that she
has opened a new chapter in her
relations with Algeria.
Of the member countries of the
European Economic Community,
not a single one honestly and
wholeheartedly supports Israel's
candidacy. Not a single one is,
however, prepared to admit that
it opposes it.
Should France, or any of the
other member states, officially,
press for the granting of concess-
1 ions to Israel, the measure may
passnot due to any positive feel-
ing, but due to the Ministers' re-
luctance to admit their opposition.
It would be another miracle in
the line which has marked Israel
' since its inception.
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JOHN J. QUINN
Your School Board Member
Continued from Page 4-A
of the Republican bi-partisan hoax
then, it can only follow that he is
a Kennedy captive today. In either
case, therefore, he has still to
make his statement on the Middle
East And. if it is ever to be
made, it will necessarily be done
in a grand flourish of resignation
from his post
My own view inclines toward the
captive theory. Sad it is that an-
oiher Kennedy captive, the Vice
President of the I'nited States, has
no such honest alternative avail-
able to h'm although a Steven-
son resignation still and all must
at this time be reParried as nothing
more than my silent prayer lor
the Ambassador's manly redemp-
tion.
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Argentine Jews Fear Impact of Right-Wing Drive
Continued from Page 1-A
Jewish leaders from 20 communi-
ties.
An exhaustive review of the
situation facing Argentine Jews
was i a dp by Dr. Isaac Golden-
berg, president of DAIA. Mark
Torkow, Latin American repre-
sentative for the World Jewish
Congress, made a special report
about the resurgence of neo-
Nazism in other countries of
South America.
Reviewing the changed political
and socio-economic situation in Ar-
gentina, Dr. Goldenberg said: "Our
problem is not a matter of more
, nti-Semttism or less anti-Semitism.
bul the fact that certain, funda-
mental changes in the economic and
social structure of the country ex-
poses the Jews to highly risky con-
sequences.
The leader cited the spread,
throughout Latin America, of
Marxist nationalism, blended with
an aggressive posture." He point-
ed to the spread of the Tacuara
movement, which he identified as
"a nationalist group acting simil-
arly to other Nazi groups in Latin
America, small in numbers but
motivated by Nazi revanchism as a
result of Nazism's defeatTTi World
War II."
Pr. Tobias Kamenszain. presidem
of the Buenos Aires Jewish Com-
munity and head of the Federation
of Argentina Jewish Communities,
analyzed the public school situation
existing in most of the Argentine
provinces. He pointed out that
Catholic religious teachings arc now
being impressed upon all students,
Jewish and non-Jewish, in the pri-
mary schools under provincial jur-
isdiction.
Prof. Leon Dujovne pointed out
that, after ex-President Frondiii
had introduced the "provincial!-
iation" of the national school sys-
tern, the public schools developed
the practice of obligatory Catho-
Hold Warsaw Ghetto Memorials
Continued from Page 1-A
ham Harman, Israeli Ambassador
to the United States; U.S. Sen.
Jacob K. Javits and others. The
ceremonies will include the light-
ing of a memorial candle by a sur-
vivor of each Nazi concentration
camp. The gathering will include
representatives of 7,000 fraternal
organizations.
Several thousand Paris Jews
commemorated this week the war-
lime Ghetto uprising against the
Nazis at ceremonies held in the
! city's huge Salle de la Mutualite.
After recitation of the Kaddish and
! the El Molei Kacnamim prayers.
1 speakers recalled the tragic days
of the Nazi holocaust and the brave
fight of the Warsaw Ghetto.
at BABY TIME

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lie teachings. "This teaching,"
he said, "is unintentionally but
strongly anti-Semitic." He not-
ed that, while Jewish pupils may,
if they wish, bypass the public
school instruction in religion,
their only other choice is to at-
tend spec;al classes in "Christian
e'hics and morals." These
classes, however, he asserted.
"re also dogmatically Catholic"
in their content.
"It is necessary," he told the
; conference, "to stop spreading re-
ligious teachings in the schools
wherever it is,.as yet possible to
do so. and to find means to estab-
lish courses in the Jewi.-h religion.
He advocated an approach by Jew-
ish leadtr-r..p to moderate ( ath-
die circles in ih.s country iu an
iflort to ameliorate the situation.
Another delegate, Jaime Finkel-
gteln, prominent Zionist leader
told the C.rdoba conference that
Jewish education must be --length-
ened "to immunize the Catholic in-
fluence" in the public school sys-
tems of the provinces. Various
leaders insisted that steps must be
taken to bolster lay teaching in the
public schools. _
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Jewish Community Center to Honor Gale
At Annual Meeting Here Set May 6
Efraim H. Gale, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, will be hon-
ored at the Center's lllh annual
dinner meeting on the occasion of
his tenth anniversary with the
agency, it was announced by
George A. Simon, annual meeting
chairman.
The dinner function will take
place Sunday night. May 6. at the
Dupor.t Plaza hotel. The dinner
will begin at 7:15 p.m.. and will
be preceded by a reception sched-
uled for 6:30 p.m. Officers and
rd of directors \> i!i be elected
: installed at U is me.
Gale came to Mi in 1052.
I secre-
I t the Nati): ish Wel-
fare Board in t
r. ar.d metri \. rk
areas. Prior to that, he as exec-
tPHRAIM GAli
lor of the House and the Boston YMH.V
Trenl r N.J.. YMHA Hi was also
Currently chairman cf the
Legislators Urge Pact Changes
To Force Ban on Arab Bias
Group Werk and Recreation
Division of the Welfare Planning
Council, Gal* has taken loader-
ship roles in many community
affairs. He is a membor of the
board of governors of the Groot-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
treasurer of the Dado County
USO. He also serves on the
board of governors of the South-
ern Section and the Jewish Cen-
ter Division of the JWB.
1
Vice president of the Va Mortal I
Assn. of Jewish Center Workers,
he served previously as president
of its Southern and New England
chapters.
He received his Master's degree
in social work from the New York
School of Social Wcrk, and also,
holds a Master's in education from I
Tufts College. His other affilia- 1
tions include the American Camp-
ing Assn.. National Recreation
Assn., Florida Conference of Sot
Wi Ifare, and the National Assn.
of Social Workers.
At the dinner meeting. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan. executive 1 1
of the Hebrew Academy, v ill de-
liver the benediction. Greeting!
from Federation will be brought
by president, A. J. Harris. The
United Fund will be represented
by its board chairman, John B.
Turner, who will also serve as in-
stalling officer.
A. Budd Cutler has been nomin-
ated for reelection for a second
term as president of the Center.
The nominations committee report
will be given by Milton Balsam
chairman. Simon announced that
there will be music for dinner
and dancing.
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cause of his religion, and despite
the fact that the trip was to be
for official government business.
The New Yorker reminded the
committee that, as far back as
1885, the United States establish-
ed the precedent of a firm position
Against discriminatory' practices by-
foreign powers against American
citizens, when it refused to accept
the protests of Austria-Hungary re-
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Curtis, a member of the House j
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GEMS OF WISDOM
Each virtue in extreme becomes I
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*
When the body gets full, the |
mind gets dull. GAB1SHON. I

A ;est. unduly pushed becomes I
"- .,,i jest. Remember always, too far I
Edit IS West. ----CVITF.RMAN. E
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There ere tkwee thraea of which E
vou mdy easily hare too much.
while a little is good: yeast, salt. I
jnd hesitation.
----JOSHUA'BBSAKOT. I
*
To renounce delicacies habitual-
\ ii a better rule against excess
than fasting OCCOtio
KOL BO. [
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Meaning of Seven Weeks
Of the Sefira to Shavuoth


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TRANSLATION -
The Wailing Wall Exhibition
Those who look at the creations
ot Manovla the painter, can feel
that he has invested in them much
love, deep thought and great ef-
forts. Many of the members of
the public communed with the
painting of the Wailing Wall with
a feeling of reverence, and there
were some who produced a Psalter
from their pockets and prayed in|
the direction of the Wall relief.1
Other spectators who were remind-
ed of the Wailing Wall in Arab cap-
tivity were moved to tears. The
painting is two metre, by 2 and one-
half, and its weight 150 kilograms.
Many important personalities of
the community, among them the
President of the State of Israel, Mr.
Ilzhak Ben-Zvi, have suggested
l gantic painting of the Wailing Wall,
on which he worked for over three
years, in order to place it in the
new seat of the Knesset which will
be erected in the Kirya (complex
of government buildings) of the
State of Israel in Jerusalem.
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
Hebrew Academy
The seven-week season between
1 Passover and Shavuoth is designat-
ed as the Sefira period. The Torah
commands that we count seven
weeks or 49 days from the second
day of Pesach till the holiday of
Shavuoth. The Israelites initiated
the Sefira period by presenting at
the Sanctuary the first sheaf of the
barley harvest, and thereafter con-
tinued to count the days as pre-
scribed by Biblical law.
Of the many interpretations of-
fered by our commentaries on this
| subject, the author of the "Sefei
Hachinuch" presents a most signifi
cant and realistic explanation.
When a goal is imminent, or a
desired end is within sight,
usually marks off the days an I
hours gone bj and look- forv ai i
with great anticipation to
of realization.
The Exodus from Egypt wa
S
erv/ce*
<7kl* ^WeeCenl
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish rW.an not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of PWt.on.AH. re-
leases received after that* time will be retu,cJ as proor or
their lateness.
KABZI AUXAKDtR GROSS
.. fhe free slave
the means, the preparatory stage,
for the ultimate qoal el I by the children of Israel to become a
Torah people with a divine mission. True, the shackles of bondage
were removed in Egypt, but complete independence was yet to be at-
tained in Sinai
To us as Americans and as Jews, the message of the Sefira period
la most sign.ficant and meaningtul. We who pride ourselves upon our
freedom and believe that freedom is the touchstone of our democratic
way of life may well learn a lesson from our foretathers.
One who lives in a land of freedom and simultaneously preaches
racial bias and group hatred flagrantly violates the concept of freedom
and the spirit ot our democratic process.
Our sages long ago taught us that physical freedom can survive,
only when it is intertwined with spiritual freedom. They realized that
objective thinking and the ability to weigh issues requires complete
freedom-freedom from motivation and prejudice. It is only when j
the goal is a divine and pure one that we can rid ourselves of these
enslaving impurities.
It was Goethe who said. "Niemand is mehr sklave. als der sich fur
frei halt, ohne es zu sein." 'None is more slave then he who conceives
himself free without being so."
May th nations of the free world and the colonial peoples now be-
May the nations of the free world and the colonial peoples now be-
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ewer.
ANSHE EMES._2S33 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yusko, president.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ejVe. Con
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
8ETH EL. 500 Sw irtn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Frldu> 8:80 p.m. Saturday Bjje ajm.
Sermon: -Portion o( the week. Bai
M ,.. Br ice, eon ol Mr. and Mrs
Sidney Tu kei
BETH EMEThT" 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative.
FYldaj 13 ; "
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. RsDbi H. Louii Rottman.
3ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Maniches.
I p.i Sntu da; I
BETH RAPHAEL. 13* NW 3rd ave.
Ctnjaox. Julius Sapero. president.
3ETH T-'LAH, 9io Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rajbi Joseph F. RacKovsky
riETH TORAH. 1b4tn st. "d NE 11th
ave. Cor'.-rvative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
i ind 8:30 p mi s i.....d ."
. ,, Mltsvah: Jaaon, wm ol
i ir and Mi Arthur Hoffman; w "-
llnm, son ol Mr. and Mrs Herman
Wilson; afternoon, Alfred, son ol Mrs
Julie Lite.

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabb:
Abraham Strassfeld.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why wa* the benediction "Shehec-
heyonu" not recited at the
lighting of the candles and at
the Kiddush of the last days ot
PaMover?
This benediction, called "Birchat
ha-Z'man" (blessing of time is re-
cited whenever one is about to ex-
perience a new phenomenon. Thus
when a holiday first appears it is
something new s.nce we have not
experienced this festival since the
previous year. Once the holiday
has begun, additional days of the
holiday are not new" holidays but
just the continuation of the holiday
itself.
Thus, while on the first two days
we offer the benediction of She-
hecheyonu, thanking the Almighty
for having given us life and allow-
ed us to reach this festive season,
the benediction is not necessary
for the last two days which are
I merely a continuation of the first
I two days of festivity. This is not
the case on the last days of the
Succoth holiday because those last
two days are really a new holiday
in themselves, having been thus
I designated by the Bible and subse-
quent tradition.
U.I ..... ili'irii:!,!"" l,Ki: I'.'ll :.'!.." :! ill w
This page is prepared in co
operation with tlie Spiritual Lead
I ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin
- cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON' SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday :U l>.">. Sermon: "Adventut-
iis BeK-Dlaeovery- B%tMJ*i, '
, ,. Sermon: Portion of the \\ eek.
Bar aCltavah: David, eon of Mi. an.i
Mrs. Murray Rosenberg.
FLAOLER ORANADA. .<(!
pi Conservative. Samuel Hollander,
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 1:10 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Itar
Mltzvah: Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs^
Fred Ollck; 5:10 p;.. IA,u,nv,so" of
Dr. and Mra. Charlee Kosenbloom.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabb.
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
Friday B:1S p.m. Saturday 8:4 a.m.
-, inn: "A Sti anffe Death.'
e
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
Why is it that mott of the Sab-
baths of the yaar only one Sefer
Torah (Holy Scroll) is ramoved
from the ark, while on holidays
two or more f removed?
In most Sabbaths of the year the
entire Pentateuchal reading is tak-
en from one place in the text.
, When a special Sabbath or when a
holiday occurs, there is an addi-
tional reading from some other
place in the Torah.
Should there only be one Scroll
i taken out of the ark, there would
be a lapse of time between the
reading of the first section and
I that of the second section because
, the reader would have to roll out
I the Scroll from one sect.on to an-
other since the Torah is not in
i page form but in Scroll form. This
would cause monotony and need-
less waiting on the part of the con-
i gregation and it was a general rule
never to have the congregation ex-
I perience unnecessary delay during
'the service. Furthermore, should
' there be such a delay, the congre-
gation would naturally become
restless begin conversations be-
tween the worshippers, and thus |
break down the decorum of the
synagogue.
It .s also claimed that more than
one Torah was taken out at such
occasions so as to provide the oo-
' portunity of reading other Scrolls
which might otherwise be left alone |
| without ever being read in the
j synagogue, the object being to pro-
wile the occasion through the year
to read from all the Scrolls in the
ark. i
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645,
Coll.ns ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643R SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
JEWISH MORALISTS
The Te>t of the Righteous I
Psalm 11:5 reads: "The Lord I
trieth the righteous." He tests them I
while feed."? His flocks- David %
was proved in this fashion. Cod ob- I
served tWot Dav.J frr led ,l;
voung sheep to pasture, so that c
the) mtghl eat (eider grass. He I
then led the older ones to e.-u the
ratelj tender blades, and JV
Infllly he led the mature yearlings I

Sdith the Lord "He wh knows
flock de- I
erd of I
U
Moi
.
, .:
M
I thee I
u an
I si.....
. I "Thou hast t -
i I become r.'ie shep- |
v ,i; j. it is uTttteii ;
">Joui M isei hms tending the flock i
of Jethro and the Angel ap- |
reared unto lurr.." (Ex. 3:1). |
,T,| | ..-= il.u.i :*-........ *
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
B. Wernick.
I-'ridav S:15 p.m. Sermon: "Roads to
Kreedum." bar Mltsvah: Brian Gard-
ner. Saturday :lfl a.m. Youth serv-
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot-
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Krldav 8:13 |> m. Sermon: "Pops Any-
body Really Car* About Democrat .
TEMPLE JUDE. S20 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordeeai Podet.
Friday B:l! p" Bermon: ''Aaaaal.**
s'.iuiday 10:40 am. br 5;
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aithur
tppla. _e
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Saturday :45 an.. Bar Mltavaht
Ronald, son Of Mr. and Mrs. tul
Wenla;.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Benno M. Wallach.
rMdas 8:IS p.m. Sermon: "Learn How
to Enjoj Llvlns." Rabbi Marlua R -
Rnn formerly of Temple Emanu-BI,
pi i. Mui.uli!- Saturaay "
Bai Mltsvah: Ted, son of Mr. and
Mrs Norman Silver.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Mas Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
FYld is '" i' m, Sermon: "N< u
Sal ird ij
t.-rmun: "Holj Oarmi nt* Bar Mlts-
vah: Ht.ward, aoti of Mr. and Mra
Sidney Blndler
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Friday '" I1 m. Jewlah Chautauqua
Socle t > Sabbath. Bermon: "Compro-
i istra In Politics: Are Thej Practi-
.al' Baturdaj n 15 a.m. Bar Mlts-
wli, ai n ii hi Mr and Mrs. Har-
vey Ti ipkln
TEMPI E BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Joffe.
].-,;.'..,. v l', p.m. installation of otfi-
. ~ Saturday 10 IS a m
::.,, M.!/\ 1. Ronald, BOB of Mr. and
Mi i >a\ Id Arani i
a
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon- \ .
structionist. R a r i t Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Cottlieb.
Kri'lav 8 IS p.m. Sermon: "On Break- =
. I ii House of Qod 8 H -
urday 10:80 a.m Sermon: "Numbers.
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly- |
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Kriin ~ SO :> i". Burtarhood Sabbath. I
Sai urda> .' sum.
TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Chass SB
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave- Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Giant*.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
rMdas 1:15 p m S. rn in: "The N I
in inner str narth." Saturda) '
i.m Sermon: "Weeklj fortlon ol uia
Law.
a
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can-
tor.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Stemmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Prlduj 6 n p.m. Saturday I a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the week."
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
CANDIWGH7ING TIME
23 Niscm 6:35 pan.


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fJmilsr FkricfJJiF
Friday. April 27, 1962

OH the Record:
3y NATHAN ZIPR1N
instrument for Return to Traditional Judaism is Hadassah
"THS PSYCHIATRISTS say that
* Old C unary parentsreh
-.- with anti-Sei litism
suffering often cast olf their
burden"- in the New World as a
mea a of acquiring some protec-
tion against a recurrence ol perse-
cutions. However, their children
born in the New Worldrebi
i (a ist their tradition-escaping parents t< return to
tin tradition of the Prophets. The instrument foi the
return to Ji wishness of these women was Hadassah.
[n | Hadassah is making a truly ines-
timable contribution to he c intinuity of Jewish life
in America This is an interesting phenomenon in
American Jewish life. It is a phenomenon that impels
me to think seriously ol devoting a future column
to Ihe subject of "Jewishness by Rebellion." in which-
l could probe more deeply into the motivating fopoes
that are influencing American Jews to become more
Jewish.
Daniel B irenboim, the talented young Israeli
I'W listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Kennedy* Does an Unbecoming About-Face
United Nations g>j>t' w-W" '.
ON JUNE 14. 1960. just before
the Presidential campaign ot'j
that year, a member ol the Senate
told that august body: "We must
formulate, with both imagination
and restraint, a new approach toj
the Middle Fastnot pressing our
case so hard that the Arabs feel I
their neutrality and nationalism are
threatened, hut accepting those forces and seeking
to help channel them along constructive lines, while
at the same time trying to hasten the inevitable
Arab acceptance of the permanence of Israel. We
must give our support to programs to help people
instead of regimesto work in terms of their prob-
lems, not oursand seek a permanent settlement
among Arabs and Israelis based not on an armed
truce but on mutual self-interest."
The speaker was Sen. John F. Kennedy-the
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Give Back the Maftir
B'
BERNARD BARUCH in his re-
cently published autobiography
lls an amusing tale about William
Sulzer. The old timers will remem-
ier Sulzer He represented the
l Sast Side in Congress when it was
really the East Side, when on the
I same block you could get all the
hree P'spushcarts, pickles and
philosophers. The time when the East Side was
lull of colorat the time of the great immigration.
The fact that Sulzer was not a Jew didn't hurt
him with the East Side. He was tall, looked like
Andrew Jackson and when he spoke, used only
the best words in the dictionary. A lot of the East
Siders didn't understand him, but they didn't care
about that. A good speech should have music as
well as ideas, and ideas these East Siders had enough.
They loved the music. A speech by Congressman
Sulzer was so soothing, you could fall asleep.
Sulzer was so popular on the Fast Side. Tam-
many nominated him for Governor and he was
e'ected, but elected over his great popularity, he
defied Tammany and that's when he lost out. Tam-
many Boss Charley Murphy gave orders for his im-
peachniant ano he was tried and removed from the
governorship.
The story that Baruch relates is of the time
when Sulzer was a Congressman. He was boast-
ing among a party of newspapermen of his great
popularity with the Jews. "Why," said he, "I inter-
vened with the Czar on behalf of the Jews and when
the Jews learned this, they got down on their knees
in synagogues and prayed for me."
The Sulzer episode reminds me of the story of
the wealthy Jew who had Maftir.
Maftir. as everyone knows or ought to know, is
the highest honor bestowed on a layman at the
synagogue servicethe honor of reading the proph-
etical portion in the service.
When a r.ch man is accorded the honor, it is
expected that he will make a quid pro quo with a
donation to the synagogue. But this rich man was
very miserly, so the officials said: "No Money, No
Maftir "
Finally the rich man. greedy for the honor,
promised to give S500 to the synagogue. But once
he had Maftir. he thumbed his nose at the officials
when they asked him for the money. He laughed in
their faces. "So I promised, so what? You don'i
expect me to make good such a promise, do you?"
Members of the congregation surrounded him,
argued w.th him, shouted at him, some were ready
to maul him, when a policeman appeared to in-
quire what was the trouble. Everybody started ex-
plaining to the policeman All he could make out
was that the rich man had promised to pay $500 for
Maftir and then had not come across, so the police-
man tinned to the rich man and said, "Either pay
the $500 or give the Maftir back."
same man who. in September, as a campaigner tor
the Presidency, would assure the annual convention
ol the Zionist Organ.zation of America that, i:
elected, he would give huh priority to the settle-
ment of all outstanding Arab-Israeli issues.
What has happened since" Where are the
promises of yesteryear? Certainly they were not ap-
parent when", last autumn, the United States oppos-
ed a resolution introduced in a committee of the
UN General Assembly by 16 members, calling lor
peace negotiations between Israel and the Arab
states
The promises seemed still more remote when
the United States acted as the architect and chief
proponent of a resolution adopted two weeks ago
by the Security Council, sharply censuring Israel for
reacting against Syrian provocations in the Lake
Tiberias area.
Where now. are the spirit, vision and intent of
those grand designs drawn just prior to the 1960
campaign, and during the height of the campaign,
by the then Sen. Kennedy?
That the United States would favor censure of
Israel before the Security Council was apparent from
the opening remarks on the issue made by Adlai E.
Stevenson, when he spoke up for the American dele-
gation in the Security Council's debate of the reci-
procal charges of aggressions made against each
other by Syria and Israel. One must ask. as diplo-
mats here do ask: Who formulates U.S. policy? Is
it Mr. Kennedy, or Secretary of State Dean Rusk, or
is Mr. Stevenson a free agent?
There are other questions. Why did Mr. Stev-
enson trundle out a suggestion that, with all respect
to Mr. Stevenson, hardly becomes him? Why did
Mr. Stevenson, instead of dealing with the issue
head-on, resort to a "gimmick," like requesting
.hat the Council summon Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn,
chief of staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision
Organization?
Who wanted von Horn at UN headquarters? Cer-
tainly not Acting Secretary-General U Thant. who
said flatly and openly that von Horn was needed at
his Palestine post, not here. The idea was Ameri-
can. What was its purpose? Was it designed as a
stall, while Washington could ascertain exactly who
was in power in Damascus? Or was it intended as
an opportunity to let von Horn hear that not every-
body liked his previous report, dealing with the
Syrian-Israeli traces wih a fairly even hand? Was
it, indeed, the purpose that von Horn came here
to be given orders against too much objectivity?
It was considered aggravatlngly ironic here that
the final resolution, as it emerged from the Amer-
ican delegation, was so acceptable to the Arabs that
even Russia and the United Arab Republic voted
for it. Almost six years ago, Russia and the United
States found it possible to team up on the same
side of an important issue, voting together for con-
demnation of Israel as a result of the Sinai cam-
paign. Such U.S.A.-U.S S.R. agreement had not hap-
pened on a substantive issue between the Korean
war and 1956. Now, in 1962. Washington and the
Kremlin found themselves, again, voting together.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
pianisl vim recently scored a tremendous success
Carnegie Hall with Alfred Wallenstein and the Sym.
h ,,t the An. is a most articulate 19-year-old.
interview ed a day after the rave review- can
Baremboim handled a group of reporters a:
. pri 5S conference with the ease and poise of a JFK.
Hire on an American tour under the auspices ol
S Hurok and the America-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion, Barennoim doesn't consider himself a child
> altl Oil li he gave his first concert in Bu
Aires '1"' |-' of 7. "A child prodigy," he said, "is
a talented young musician with ambitious parents,
I was never thai 1 led a normal life as a youi,.
1 went '" kindergarten with the other children My
musical education never interfered with my ni
h as : child."
Barenboun had been publicized in advance ot the
; by tin Sj phony ol the Air a- a i'.>
list playing in their Beethoven cycle. 1
i h familiar v. uii the entire Beetl
r oire, ihe young pianisl doesn'l consider him-
si "A specialist," he said, "is a
and I don't want to consider myself a
cian There is too much emphasis on technique I
probably as a result of our technological approach ti
all world probkms. But technique is not an end lor
the artist in the interpretation of the music he i-
playing "
Our film Folk
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Jerry Lewis Again
Hollywood
JERRY LEWIS is currently be-
" fore cameras ai Paramount
in "It's Only Money," a spoof of
fictional private detectives and pa-
perback "private-eye" novels. Jer-
ry portrays Lester, a lovable but
fey young man who operates a
radio and television work shop in
Los Angeles but dreams to be a
Sherlock Holmes of today. His conversation is laced
with terms such as caper, gat, buzzer, and he even
buys a trench coat and pork-pie hat to complete
the proper attire.
Lester alias Jerry Lewis sees a TV news broad-
cast .n which a millionaire-spinster makes an ap-
peal lor help in locating the son of her brother whose
Will leaves his fortune to her unless his missing
son is found within a year of his deathnow only
one week away. A reward of $100,000 is offered for
the return of junior.
In search of the missing heir to the electronics
tycoon. Jerry soon discovers that the fugitive is
none other than himself. But before he gets his
hands on the dough, our hero miraculously survives
an attempt to poison him. to push him off a cliff
and a plot to have him chopped up by a giant lawn
mower operated remotely from a master control
room. The story ends with Lester-Jerry riding off
in an elegant limousine with a beautiful nurse. Joan
O'Brien, into the picture's "happy ending," leav-
ing behind him such "Bad men" as Zaehary Scott
and Jack Weston and a private detective who likes
booze and blondesportrayed by Jesse White
"It's Only Money," not a very sophisticated yarn,
.s being produced by Paul Jones and will be the
first picture in which Jerry Lewis appeared outside
hi own company since 1959, for which he guided
and directed "CinderFella," "Bellboy," "The Ladies'
Man"' and "The Errand Boy."
Last month, Jerry Lewis opened his own Sun-
set Strip plush restaurant in Hollywood in direct
competition to the Dean Martin bistro only a few
blocks away on the same boulevard. In the mean-
time, he completed a Las Vegas night club show
to appear in the new Paramount Picture. He is
al ,o continuing in the field of recordings, and on
television. A busy young man, to say the least.
The Success Story Behind Jacob Blaustein
New York
JACOB BLAUSTEIN is today one ol
** the top Jewish leaders in the United
States. He is also one of top men in the
American oil industry. The story of his
success is now told in "Blazing New
Trails." a brief history of the American
Oil Company. It was in 1910 that the
American Oil Company was started as '
a small jobbership by Louis Blaustein and his son Jacob.
They started by selling kerosene through the streets
of Baltimore, having then three employees, one horse and
a 270-gallon tankwagon. The sale of as much as 50 gal-
lons of kerosene made a good day for them. They were
quicker than most, though, to recognize the potential of
the automobile market, and they decided that a unique
motor fuel could spell success. Louis Blaustein became
keenly interested in benzol, a volatile by-product from the
steel mills' cuke ovens.
He, Jacob, and a collaborating chemist finally achiev-
ed a stable blend of th.s benzol with gasoline. This WW
the beginning of the world's "anti-knock motor fuel and
alao the beginning of the Blaustein success. When Cap*.
Charles A. Lindbergh made the first solo non-stop Iran*
Atlantic flight in 1927. the tanks of his "Spirit of St. Uiui!
were filled with American Oil gasoline.
Later, the same year, when Maj. Herbert A. Darfiue
led a U.S. Army flight of five Loening amphibians on a
20,000-mile good-will flight through South America, all
five flew full route on American Oil gasoline. Proceeding
from success to success, Louis Blaustein became, in 193*.
president of the Pan American Petroleum company ana
Jacob Blaustein became executive vice president.
Today the Blaustein interests are major stockholders
in Indiana Standard Oil Company, with Jacob a memoir
oi the board of directors.


Friday. April 27. 1962
vJewisfi tlcrldlar)
Pact 35-A
LEGAL NOTICE
III, iillllcrsiejictl. aesiruiK id ni|ii- "v
business under tin- fictitious name of
MY SISTER'S CITIES SERVICE at
3518 Main Highway. Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIVBN that
ih, undersigned, desiring to encase in
of
it
iila
intends to regleter said name with the
, I, of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
MICHAEL KLOEPFER, JR.
M Mtl.t'W A SlNNAMnN
Utorneys for Applicant
. 1-3 uuitiford Bids..
m ami 82, TO.PR 1-1592
i 18-10-27. B i
CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA.
IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 3920
-i|,|,v FOX,
Plalntlfr.
vs.
VIRGINIA FOX,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vii VIRGINIA FOX. 136! Baal Ith
Si reel n.....klyn. New York, are noti-
fied to .-iiv,- a copj "i your answr
,,, Divorce Complaint filed agalnsl
,, ;, on plaintiff's attorney QEORUK
NICHOLAS, 1-M8 NTW 70l St.. Miami.
Fla "'"I fe original with Clerk of
this Court on or before Ifith day 01
May A.D. 1562, otherwise eoiniilaint
will be confessed by von.
PATBD, April 11, 1962.
I. it LEATWERMAN, Clerk
By N. A. HKWKTT, D.C.
i 18-20-27, 5/4
mew
BY HENRY itONAKD
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55338
IN REi Estate of
ANTOINETTE K. JACOBS
I i.-ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tii All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Iv-tal.-:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an) claims and de-
mands which you may have against
-in. of ANTOINETTE K. JA-
COBS deceased late of Dads County,
vi.,ii.ia, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and fil the same In their of-
fl .- In the County Courthouse in
p.ni. County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the date of the
mi publication hereof, or the same
m be barred.
XAN B. ROCKWELL, Exec itrlx
f thi Estate of Antoinette K. Jacobs,
Deceased.
VI.FRE KKE1SLER, Attorney
..... \ nslej Blda.
Miami 32, Kim Ida
4/6-18-20-r
The Unequal Burdens of the Torah
Copr. 1962, Ooyenu Productions
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN thai
ih.. undersigned, d< ilrlng i" engag< it]
exs under the fl; tftloua name ol
VI ,v T ENTERPRISES at 1209 Mar-
., in, s I rive, Ml iml Beai h, Florida
I.,. iH I., register said n ime wit
, ,. cii rk of tie Circuit <"' url ol Dane
COUn,y" n^r?WARD .1 MARKCB.
sole owner
KnRlandei and Burnett,
N. on. Lincoln R ..'! Bldg.
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for M T Km. n i
't
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVLNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C-8312 (Gordon)
MIDWEST MORTOAdE COMPANT,
\ii Kourl Corporation, authorised to
do bu i ii sa in the Stat..... Floi
i tin iff.
WALTER BUREGARD HOLLOWAY,
<-t u x.
I inti
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: MINNIE LEE HOLLOWAT
Hi .. no. Inl now n
V( if VRE HEREIN N' riFIED that
iaa been brought against roti
by MIDWEST MORTGAGE COM-
PANY, In tin- abnve-.-ntiil.-d Court, to
foreclose a mortgage encumbering the
following described property, lo-wll
l,i ,., Block 21, SECOND AUDI
IH i\ TO RICHMOND HEIGHTS
estates, according t" the plat
thereof, recorded In Plal Book 38,
.,i page 14, of the public ret oi .is ol
I lade County, Florida .
and you are required to file )our an-
sw< r with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ,,f im.le County, i lorida, at the
Courthouse In Miami. Klorlda, on or
before May 8, 19'-'. and t" aecve a
copj of such answer upon DAVID P.
i'ATSMAN Plalntlff'i attorney, whose
address Is Htb Floor at 101 Bast
Flaglel Street, Miami 32, Florida, on
,., before said dat. cqulred bj
Hi.- laws of Florida. II you fall to do
... hi. complaint will he taken as
confessed h> you and .. Decree Pro
Chi. *.-,, will be entered against you
-.., ihi relief demamleil In the com-
DATED ihis 8Mb d "< Mai '' ''"'-'
a H LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
i i pull Court, Dade County, Honda
(seall Bj K M LTMAN
i i, puty Clerk
DAVID P I'ATSMAN
nth Floor at 101 E. Fl igl< I t.
Miami 32, Florid. ,/.lJ.J0-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 3747
VII.EM TABAK,
Plaintiff,
\ B,
PEARL TABAK,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: PEARL TABAK
131 Rlllotl Pis
Bronx, New York.
You, PEARL TABAK, are herebj
j notified that a Bill of Complami loi i
I 11|\ orce has b< en filed ralnsl you,
and you are required to serve a copj
I of your Answer or Pleading i" thel
H kof Complaint on the plaintiff's at-
torney, SAM BLOOM, 80 s B. Flrsl
ilium-. Miami, Florida, ami file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk < the Circuit Court
.....ir before the 15th Ha) of May,
1962. If you fail to do bo, Judgment
bj default will hi taken against you
for the relief demanded in the BUI
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
, inh week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND iiRDBRBD at Miami,
Florida, this 8th la] ol April, A.I'.,
IH62.
K. B LEATHERMAN, Clark,
circuit C urt, i >:..1- County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N \ IIEWKTT x
Hi Clerk.
I, 13-20-27, i
.'.V
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL COURT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO. 62C 4001
FRANCISCO Ml NTE8,
Plaintiff
I's
\ kip 'MCA s. MONTES,
l lefendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: vi:i:i'MCA s. months,
371 West 162 Btreet. Apartment
New York City 82, New York
YOU VERONICA S. MONTES,
671 Wesl 162 street. Apartment
58, New York City. New York, are
required to file your answer to tne
complaint for divorce, with the I lerK
of the above Court, ami serve a copj
thereof upon Glno P. Negrettl, At-
torney, 910-11 Congress Bldg.. Ill N.H.
id Avenue, Miami. I lorida, on or be-
fore May 21, 1962, or else complaint
will be taken BS n'lilcssod.
Dated ibis Kith day of April, 1961
i: B i.katiikkman, Clerk
i'ii, .hi c. ii i. l lade County. Floi Ida
(seal) M. CAVAl.AUIS
p.putv Clerk
1/20-27-8 1-11
NOTICE GY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA .N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1238
RAMON A M YVAI..-II,
Plaintiff
FRANCIS H. WALBH,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FRANCIS H W.M.SH
Address unknown
You. FRANCIS B. WALSH, are
hi r< bj notified that a Bill of I pm-
plulnt for Hlvoree has been Hied
against you, and you are required t'
serve cop) at your Answer or Head-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, Charles M. Kelly,
1:.'.", K. till Ave.. Hlalenh. Fla., and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the offlee of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the llith day
of Max. 1962. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall in- published onoe
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
lnivi: AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of April, A.D..
162
K B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court, lnde County. Florida
(Circuit Couri Seal)
Bj N A. HKWKTT.
I leputy Cli ik
Charles M Kelly,
]':: E. ith Avenue,
Hlaleah, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
l 13-20-27, >
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*Jewit flcridli&r?
solicits your 'e^1 notice*.
We appreciate yomr
patronage and auaranlee
accurate service at legal
rates .
IPiai IR :i-!W05
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CCUNTY JUDGE'S LOL/RT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOfHOA. N PROBATE
No. 53649-O
in ki: Eatsvte ol
OEOROE E. ROBERTSON
'"'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All PersoM Hav-
ing Claim i I mamIs Aa*KM Sa i
Bstat ,,, ,
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami di -
matins which you may have Mtatoi t
,h, .'"tat. of OEORGB B. IV'HKRT-
BON deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to th.- County Jurip, s of l>a;le
County, an I file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 718.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the Countv Courthouse in Iadn
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hcr.of, or the fame w:ll
be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2i.'l
day of April. A.D. 196!
El iWARJ I l.KANAM
\s Executor
SYLVESTER P. ADAIR
.Min n.y fi r Estate
182 Washing ton A\ e.
,/6-18-M-
I'll
v.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 3507
S VMI'EL KRAVK'l /.
Plaintiff,
MINNA KRAVBTZ a/k/a MINNA
WITT,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MINN \ KRAVBTZ
a/k/a MINNA WITT
i i, Vdmlral Hotel
206 Mam street
llvaiims. Massachusetts
...ii, MINNA KRAVBTZ B k B
MINNA WITT are her. by notified
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
has bc.n [Hod aUnlnst you. and you
..i, required to serve a copy of your
Answer or IMemlln* to the Bill of
ComplHinl on the Plaintiffs attorney,
PKKMKH. ROSEN ft MOFSKV 120
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original Amrwer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk or the
Circuit Court on or before the 7th day
of May, 1962. if you fail to do so,
judunieiit by default will be taken
aealnst you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for tour oonsecutue weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami.
I'll.ruin. Ibis 2nd day Of April, A.D.
1962
B B LE VTHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dads County, i lorida
. .ill By: L. SNEEDEN
I lepul v 'lei k
IRHER, ROSEN \ Mi 'l'SKY
;n, ,.ii Rd Miami i !.. Fli
i;> .lam, 8. Mofsky
a toi n, i for Plaintiff
4/6-1.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C-1760
.I s (1LEASON, JR., as Admlnlstra-
tm of Veterans Affairs, an Officer of
the United States of Ann rii a, and his
successors In such office, and his or
their assigns,
Plaintiff,
\ B.
KMERSON K DTKES, et ux,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO EMERSON B DTKES and
AGNES .1 DYKES, his wife, if
living, Including any unknown
spouses of said Defendants it
the} have remarried, and if dead
t.i their unknown heirs, dei I
grantees, assignees, creditors,
Hi nirs, :rustei a and all other
mi claiming by, through,
unilei or against thesi Defen-
dants (rhose resldi nces may be
unkiii'V, n.
TOI' ARE HKKKliY NOTIFIED thai
ii suit h in .ii brought against you
by .1. S. ill BASON, .lit. as Admlnls-
tfal.....f Veterans Vffalrs, an Officer
i ii, I'nlted States of America, and
his 81 I "s m sin ll Office, and bis
,,- ti ni In l he above-i ntltled
Court, to foreclosi s nun tgage n
cumbering 'ho following described
nropi rty, lo-wlt:
I..,i 52, 1. 17. FIRST ADDITION
TO CAROL CITY, according lo the
plal : In reof, reeni ded In Plal Book
BO I paai 19 of the uublli ri i di
of l>.ii, County, FlorldSj
ami >",i .ii' required to file your an-
sw) i ,ih ihe i.ik of the <'Iicull
Couri of Dade County, Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
in fore Ma} s, 1962, and to serve a
cop} f such answer upon DAVID P,
i'atsman. Plaintiff'a attorney, whose
address is 14th Floor at nil Baal
Flagler Btreet, Miami Hi, Florida, on
or before said dale, as required by
the laws of Florida, if you fall to do
so, the complaint will be taken as
confessed by you and a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint,
DATED this 3"th day "f March, 1962.
E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, l>:ul. County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M I.YMAN
Deputy cierk
DAVID P. catsm \ N
nth Floor at 101 K. Flagler St.
Miami 82, Florida
4'6-13-'jn-'_'7
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice Is hereby gJVen by the tin-
dersigned thai on May 4. 1M2, at 2
p.m. at Palm Motors and Oarage, 1450
in \veiiuc. Hlaleah, the following
car will be sold .it auction for tow-
ing and storage charge! 191 4-door
Sedan owned By J. 0. Golden
20 N. W 30th SI Miami.
I M No. 317 571 28; Lien amounting
1.00.
1>KK \. Inc.
d I. ., Palftl Motors and
i i. .
1/20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VBN that
thi undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
. SUPERIOR I.INKS' & Ff RNITI KJfl
COMPANY at 699 N. W. 71st Street.
Miami 50, Ha., intends to reglBter
~,,id name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Couri of Dade County. Florida.
SUPERIOR I.INKN CO.. INC.
\ n. w Yirk Corp. authorised
to do business In the State of
Florida. Interest 100**
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
ISO Lincoln Road, Miami iteach
r,OTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tTIVEN tha' ;
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IMPERIAL HOMES at 20631 NW 2nd
Avenue, North Miami, Florida Intends
to reglstei said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Couri of had.- County,
Florida.
AMERICAN STANDARD, INC,
By: Edmund N. Analn, President
KA.NNER ,v KAN.NKK
By: Aa on M. Kanner
Attorneys for American Standard, Inc.
il". Security Trust Bldg.
Mm hi 12, Floi Ida
4 IS-20-27, 5/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi. underslgm d, desiring to engage iii
business under the fictitious name of
SN'AI'l'Vs at 2307 N.W. :17th Street,
Miami. Florida intends to reglstei
said name With the Clerk Of thi Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CUT PRICE SURPLUS CENTER,
INC.
Hi Edmund N An-iii, President
KANNER .v. KANNBR
By: Aaron M. Kanner
Attorne} for
Cut Price Surplus Center, Inc.
245 Security Trust Bldg,
.Miami 82, Kla.
4 18-20-27, 3/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 3806
JACOB KAIIA.N.
Plaintiff,
\ s.
ANNETTA KA1IAN.
11. fi ii i,int.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ANNETTA KAIIA.N
|6 Anaheim Road,
Long Beach, California
V,,l \l;i: HEREBY NOTIFIED
that In thi abovi cause, you are here-
i,i required i" serve cop} ol youi
; the Co nplainl for Divorce
,. the Plaintiffs attorney, haiii.^
ZI'KEliNlCK, 120 I.inc..In Road,
Be ich, Floi Ida, and file the
original thi reof In the office ol th
clerk of the <' Court on .......-
lore May 14, 1962, or Complaint will
ii taki n as "i 'I by you.
DATED: April 9. 1962.
K. p.. LEATHERMAN
Clerk Clri It I "out t
By 1. SNEBDEN,
11. put} Cli rk
i 18-20-27, 5 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DECORATIVE PLANTS. INC. at 1649
Sunset Drive, South Miami, Florida
in;, nds to register said name With
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
l lade County, Florida.
AUTISTIC PLANT AND
I l.i 'U KK i'i '
Audi > I U.e. President
MARVIN I. W IK.NKK
lI > Bldg., Miami 32, Fla.
Attorne} for Artistic Plain and
Flow el i.
4 13-20-27, 5 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO. 62C 3975
J( .EL CHAVEZ
Plaintiff
y^
ELVIRA BALLBSTER CHAVBZ,
Detendant
NOTiCE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ELVIRA HAKI.ICSTKR CH.WI./-.,
s \N LAZARI > 571, BltOfl
Havana, Cuba. ,,.,,
Yul ELVIRA IIAKKKSTI.U i HAV-
EZ, San I. a/., in. 571, Altos. Havana,
Itep. of Cuba, are required to Die your
answer t,. tin- complaint for divorce,
with the Cli ik of the above Court, ami
serve a copj thereul upon Uino P. N.,-
| gretti, attorne) 910-11 Tongris- Bldg.,
Ill N. B. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida,
C.S.A. on r before May 21. IS62, or
else complaint will be taken as ion-
Dated, this l-'tli day of April, 196*.
i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk
circuit Court, Dade County, Kinruu
(neal) M cAVAI.Altl.S
Deputy Clerk
4/20-27-5/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to enfag<
in business under the fictitious iwim
Of BERMAICA at number 14:i:t NI)
.Miami II.. In the City of Miami, Flor-
ida Intends to register the smld name
with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court
of Dade Count] Florida.
AI. OOTTLIEB, INC.
B> : AI Gottlieb, i'i. -
Tallanoff, Waller and I.itman
120 l.ii.....In Rd., Miami Beach
I 6-13-JD-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS
the .in.
lUSlni ss llllile
TWIN CITY
HEREBY '
I. desiring i
the flctitln
REALTY '<
VEN that
age i"
^ name oi
- 'TWIN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 3530
WILLIE B. SCOTT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
cassit: may soitt.
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti : CABBIE MAY SCI ITT
(address unknown I
Y.iu. CAS8IE M\Y BCOTT ar<
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required ti
serve a cop] ol your Answer or Plead-
iiiK to the Bill of Complain! on the
Plaintiff's attorney. Herbert 1! Wlb
inskv. 5IHI Alns'. y Ittiildlng, Miami ^2.
Florida, ami file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerh
of the Cii cull Curl on or before the
7th day of May, 1962. If you fall t'
di, so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the P.ill of Complaint.
This notb i Khali be published .nice
each week for four conseCutlvi weeks
in THE 11 u ISH l- l.i Mill UAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tin- 2i I daj of April. A.D.
1962
F. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Is. all Bv Is M. I.v \l \N
11 y i' I' i k
HERBERT I v\ II.KNSKY
ah.,i nej foi .' tifl PR 9 7Sts
4/6-13-20-21
ci'TY REALTY at 1220 16th Btreet,
Miami Beach, Tim i.ia intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk "i the
Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida.
Ml IRTON WEISS
MAGDALINA WEISS
ANDREW MANDEL
I.II.MAN MANDEL
i Iwnei
JOSEPH SEOOR
Attoi ne) for Applicant*
4. 18-20-21
IN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 55623
RE: Estate of
LEO 1,. ASHBR,
1 lece.ised.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
Estate
Yi,u are hereby notified and required
to presenl an) claims and demands
which you ma\ have against the estate
if LEO L, ASIIKK. i i .i. il late Of
Bade county. Flrrlda, to the County
,.f-li;nl, County, and flic i lie
-.hi. in duplicate and as provided In
s'cel 733.16, Floi Ida Statutes, in
.i fflci a In the Counl j l 'ourl -
1.....ti i 'ad,- Counl i. l- loi Ida, w mi-
ni -i\ calendar months from the mm
oi the first publication hereof, or the
, ill be bai red
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
.1. ol \pril. A.D. 1962.
IPMA asiii i:
LEO A. ASHBR, JR.
As Executors.
P.Yl'.i IN 1 si' IRBER,
IS Lincoln Rd., Miami Beat h, Ha.
An." in y I i Bxi cutol -
17, 5/4
IN T z CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 2330
DORIS ELAINE Mil.I.Kit. hv
km wn as DORIS Al.AINK
Cii.NKKV.
Palntlff.
vs.
IOHN ,n si:ph Ct)NROY. allaa
|i iHN ii I8KPH Ci >NRl ^ .
i .| ndsin.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN l' iSKl'H Co.nkky
also ki i.v. n as J< IHN
.iiisi:pii CONROT.
i It, -il, ne,- inkn.iw n i
Y.ei are hereb) notified that a com-
paim foi annurni ni or dlvorci has be, n
fled against you bj Doris Elaine Con-
roj .ind you are required to serri i
copy of your Answer or other plead-
ing to the Complaint upon OEORtSE
n via. i uiNKi.i,. plaintiff's Attorney,
ii i Biscay ni Building. Miami 82, rlo
hi.i and N thi original iif th. same
in lb. ..ill. ..I the Clerk of the Cii-
i nil Court .ni or before the l'.th day
of May, A.D. 1968; otherwlsi Decree
Pin Confesso #111 be entered against
DATED, April 11. 1962.
F. B LE VTIIKKMAN,
C|. rl. Circuit Court
B) M A V Al.AKIS.
I >. puty Clerk
4/18-20-27, t
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Friday. Apr/. 27, 1962
HEBREW UNIVERSITY BLACK TIE ffTf
Israel Independence Dinner Cruise
Lists Remaining Available Reservations
Reservations still are available
foi the gala Israel Independence
Day celebration aboard the M. S.
Calypso Liner, co-chairmen Jack
S. Popick and Mrs. Samuel Simon-
Jioff said this week.
A community-wide dinner and
dance May 5 will mark the cele-
bration of Israel's 14th anniversary
of independence Sponsors of the
black tie function are the various
local units of the American Friends
ot the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcow-
sky, of Miami Beach, are honor-
ary chairmen of the celebration,
which also will observe the 13th
anniversary of Israel's admission
into the United Nations.
Popick stressed the fact that al-
though the Calypso Liner will ac-
commodate up to 600 persons in
comfort, "reservations will be lim-
ited to 400 so that complete enjoy
ment of the evening can be had
w.lhout crowding of any sort." He
noted that there are no staterooms
aboard the 190-ft. vessel, "making
for a maximum of public space."
Two dance bands will accom-
pany unusual Calypso entertain-
ment, and various forms of recrea-
tion will be provided as the ship
cruises 12 miles off shore The
vtssel will leave the Miami docks
at 8:45 p.m., and return at 1 a.m..
Sunday, May 6, in the nation's only
sea-going birthday salute to Israel.
Mrs. Simonhoff pointed out that
there will be no solicitation of
funds during the dinner or cruise.
"Israel's anniversary should be and
will be the occasion for celebration
of the young country's amazing
progress during its first 14 years.;
During that time, the population;
has jumped by more than three
times, and the period of greatest
growth lies just ahead.
"The role of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem and it*
schools of medicine, law, ac-
counting, agriculture and the
human sciences cannot be overem-
phasized in evaluating Israel's
prospects for the next decade,"
she asserted.
Popick said that "the Hebrew
University is more than the univer-
sity of Israel. It is truly the uni-
versity of the Jewish people every-
where."
Reservations and information
may be obtained at the Hebrew
University offices, One Lincoln
Road bldg.
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Mrs. Simonhofi is co-chairman of the May 5 community-wide
dinner and dance aboard the M. S. Calypso Liner, and the
Charcowskys are honorary chairmen of the black tie event.
Some 400 community leaders are expected to take part, with
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the
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Happy occasion for Mrs. Ida Levey was the dinner party
given at Westbrooke Country Club last Sunday in honor of her birth-
day Showering her with best wishes were son Burton, his wife
and two daughters, Diane and Karen The Morton Kawalers
(daughter and son-in-law) and their Beth One-year old .Jeffrey
Levey was considered a bit too young to join the festivities so
settled for some birthday cake in his crib later .
Others marking their own red letter day in the same setting,
iho Irving Raskins making it an even two decades of wedded bliss,
lucky seventh anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Stiblitz. and
birthday boy Irving Perlman accepting felicitations from his
wife ... ,
And a Monday birthday also celebrated on Sunday for Mrs.
Faye Tupler at the Famous restaurant Owners Ruth and Mor-
ris Lerner presented the dreamy confection covered with frosted
roses reading "Happy Birthday, Mom Darling" And happy
Mom Darling" was surrounded by children, grandchildren, mother
and sister Leonard and Marilyn Tupler with son Richard
Howard, just two months old Gershon and Jeanette Miller with
their offspring. Barry. 6 and Shellie, 10 Lester and Sylvia Levy
and their two. Mark and Janice, also 6 and 10 Rose (Faye's
sister) and Irving Greenberg and the birthday girl's mother. Mrs.
Anna Portman.
-
Jeffrey Alan Nadel's ninth birthday last Saturday the occasion
for a family dinner at Edouardo's Hasta Manana ... A third grade
student at Banyan Elementary, Jeffrey is the son of Lila and Milton
Nadel. 8331 SW 32nd st. Sister Bonnie Susan is 7, and brother
Ronald Bruce, 4 Mrs. N. featured in the April Balkin Bulletin,
voice of the Gilbert Balkin chapter, as "Girl of the Month" ... A
tribute to her cooperative spirit and enthusiasm Mr. N. the
popular manager of Eddy Harth's Men's Shop .
Another honor for Michael Gcwitz who has been on the high
honor roll at the Hebrew Academy since the first grade He
has been made a charter member of the National Honor Society's
newly-formed chapter there Michael is the son of Ruth and
Nerv Gewitz .
Talented Lee Bukstcl one of 12 young people who will perform
in the third annual student orchestral debut concert Saturday in
the Barry College Auditorium Students in the concert, eo-
sponsored by Miami Music Teachers Assn. and the Miami Sym-
phonic Society, are selected by auditions open to all local music
students ... A pupil for five years of Natalie Klimkevich. 12-year-
old Lee will play Rowley's Miniature Concerto for Piano He'll
be sure of five enthusiastic fans, his parents. Dr. Leslie and Rita
Bukstel. sister Ellen 9, and maternal grandparents, Bea and Max-
well Hyman Mrs. B., popular soprano, now has two accomp-
anists her mother and her son.
-
Although Itwasn't planned that way. Robert von Zimmerman's
one man exhibit at the Huber Gallery in the Deauville on Sunday
evening was a combination fashion and art show ... All the
feminine viewers attended in their newst spring finery Mrs.
Edward Sirkin lovely in an all black Sophie original, and black
set off Mrs. Seymour Rubin's attractive blond hair Beige and
white for Mrs. Donald Miehnoff. and a cocktail suit in black and
contrasting white for Mrs. Joseph Brower Mrs. Michael
Rougier. wife of Life Magazine writer, chose a brown Italian knit
frock arid a. white Chanel suit on fashionable Mrs. Harvey Salomon
. The two directors of the gallery, Dorothy Blau and Paula Nel-
son also went for white, the former's gown trimmed in blue bugle
beads, the latter, elegant brocade Shirley herself in an original
Balenciaga in champagne lace brought to her from Pans ... Oh,
ves von Zimmerman's pictures many people looked at them
too.
- -
Miami won't be seeing the Max Lewisons, of 5518 SW 5th ter..
until the end of July After a motor trip to New York next
week, they'll leave May 10 on the SS Atlantic for several weeks
in Israel ... To be followed by an extensive tour of Europe end-
in- in Eneland Returning on the SS France, thov'il nWr ..n
their ear in New York and drive to Chicago, St. Louis and Phil-
adelphia to tell their children and grandchildren all aoout me
wonderful things they saw and the exciting things they did.
Also leaving for the Big Town. Abe Eisenberg, vice president
and treasurer of Riverside Memorial Chapels He'll attend the
86th birthday party at the Delmonico hotel of Charles Rosenthal.
founder of the cha'n of chapels Among the 400 staffers and
their families attending the festivities will be Carl Grossb-rg, a
New York vice president of the organization, sporting a deep tan
acquired while golfing on vacation here .
Its back to school again until the summer, but spring vaca-
tions were nice while they lasted I.onnie Brown and sister
Cindy, children of the Seymour Browns, of Long Island, were house-
quests at the North Bay Village home of the Lenny Zilberts
Had a "ball" with contemporaries. Sheldon and Dianne. the Zil-
berts' two ...
Keen competition for the girls appearing in the Deauville s
Artists and Models Ball was Joan Brown, attractive South Miami
sehooimarm Her equally handsome escort was tall Ken Myers,
rising young attorney.
.
Mrs Helen Shcvach has just received word that a book in
which her late hrsband, Dr Randolph Shevach, was featured,
though under a diflerent name, has been sold to a Dutch psychia-
trist Lorraine Picker in her autobiographical book, "My In-
ward .Journev credits Dr. Shevach with starting her on the road
to recovery, through psychology, from 30 years of crippling asthma
She has asked permission to use his real name in future pub
lications of the book ^nd plans to include him in the new dedica-
tion ...
David S. Goldstein, hospitalized with a bout of pneumonia sev-
eral weeks ago, decided that as long as he was already in North
Miami General Hospital, he'd take care of some needed surgery
at the same time Wasn't able to join his many friends at
Temple Sinai for the Passover holidays, but soon he'll be re-
cuperating at home, 801 NE 174th St.
-. *
Delightful luncheon recently in the Louis Phillipe room Of
the Fontainebleau 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 Fried-
man, frequent winter visiter from Cincinnati.
"Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 27, 1962
Section B
Morton Towers apartment dwellers were spon- Zuckerman, hostess. Standing are Mrs. Nathan
sors of a "Harvest-for-Health" luncheon last Stillman, Mrs. David Levy, Harold Dunsky.
week in support oi Cedars of Lebanon Hos- Cedars development director, Mrs. Harold Ab-
pital's development fund. Seated (left to right) bott, and Harry Zuckerman.
are Mrs. Nathan Wittenberg and Mrs. Harry
Cedars Unit Will Welcome Ribicoff
A hostess committee was named
this week by Emil J. Gould to pre-
side at the official reception hon-
oring Secretary Abraham A. Ribi-
coff.
Officers and hoard members of
Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary will
greet the U.S. cabinet member and
his wife at a cocktail party to be
held prior to the President's Din-
ner Saturday, 7 p.m., in the Napol-
eon room of the Deauville hotel.
Members of the reception com-
mittee will be Mesdames Lawrence
Adler, Abe Aronovitz, Sidney Aron-
ovitz, Morris Blau, B. F. Breslaw,
Norman Brown. Frank Cole, Jacob
Colsky, Albert Dubbin, Irene Fink,
A specially-designed "Tree of Life" lipstick by Helena Rubin-
stein is inspected by Mrs. Ted Lotterman (left) and Mrs. Frank
Cole, members of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary. They
will act as hostesses at the President's Dinner on Saturday
night at the Deauville hotel, featuring Secretary Abraham
Ribicoff. The unique lipsticks will be awarded to Life Guard-
ians and Godmothers at the gala social function.
JFCS Women Set Installation
New officers of the Women's
Committe of Jewish Family and
Children's Service will be installed
at a luncheon Tuesday noon at the
Dupont Plaza hotel. Guest speak-
er will be Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of
Temple Israel, head of the Welfare
Planning Council.
Heading the new slate is Mrs
Irving H. Fell, president. Other of-
ficers are Mesdames Allan Herron,
Lewis Kanner and Melvin Frumkes,
vice presidents; Myron Behrman,
recording secretary; Victor Dem-
brow, corresponding secretary;
Marvin Gillman. financial secre-
tary; Robert Kaplan, treasurer.
Founded less than a year ago in
the offices of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service, with Mrs.
Bernard Stevens serving as the
first president, the group now
numbers 250 members.
They have worked with JFCS,
ai aiii'-''"' >' "" !"
Jewish Federation and the United
Fund n-i the"1 orienai ni i <
establishing the Agency's home-
maker program has been accom-
plished.
They are now considering a
group treatment home for emotion-
ally disturbed children for their
yearly project.
Jerome Frehling. Norman Glads-
den.
Mesdames M. E. Glasser, Harry
Gordon, Henry D. Green, H. H
Groskloss, Morton Halpern, David
Hess, Hyman Kaplan, Louis Lem-
berg, Herschel Leschel, Nathaniel
Levin, Ted Lotterman, Doris Mar-
gulis, Harry Markowitz, Stanley C.
Myers.
Mesdames Robert Nardone, Mer-
vin H. Needell, Ben Novack, Ben-
jamin Oren, Max Pepper, David
Rifas. Wayne Rogers, Reuben Roch-
kind. Sal Ramagli, Samuel T. Sa-
piro. Sam Schaffer, Robert
Schwartz. Sam Seitlin, William
Shaver. Julius Spector, David Stuz-
in Phillip Warshaw, Sydney L.
Weintraub. William Weintraub, Jer-
ry Weiss, Robert Werner, Fred
Witkoff. Thomas Zayden. Bernard
Yesner. and Doran Zinner.
Gold medallions will be awarded
on Saturday to Godmothers who
enroll in the service ranks in be-
half of Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal.
The disc is approximately the
size of a half-dollar and may be
vern either as a bracelet charm,
brooch-pin. or necklace pendant. A
> lightly smaller medallion is be-
ing awarded to Life Guardians.
The reverse side bears an inscrip-
tion citing the recipient for
aid to Cedars.
Also to be awarded is a "Tree
of Life" llerbessence Lipstick to
Life Guardians and Godmothers.
These are the creation of Helena
Rubinstein, of the internationally-
renowned cosmetic empire.
Mrs. Rubinstein, cited by the
hospital for her generosity, will re-
ceive a Cedars "Honored Friend"
;.ward in special ceremonies in
New York City.
The Cedars of Lebanon "Tree of
Lite" design can be seen every-
where on th Rubinstein lipstick.
\
Me/lofi Mother Certificates
Regular luncheon meeting of the
lsia tier's ''n otcr of women's
American ORT was held Tuesday
noon at th- Seville hotel. Mellah
Mother certificates were presented.
In charge of reservations was Mrs.
Martin Lodge.


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Friday. April 27. 1962
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iary. Jewish Home for Use Aeed.
preset a Mad Hainan Pa-
rade at it* next meet..'.,; Tuesday
naor: i- -v- Kuoo;ya< MB tM
AJgie-
Mr Laurecti a-^-rKia. Auui-
-1. will ad-
- of wefteai
Member; entering the spring boo-
art of their
;n and produc:
Hasteal background will be pr-
ed I
Mn Louis Maiovsky is program
chairman. Refresnmenti will be
_-* n i
On Thursday nooo. tne Auxiliary
bold its anaual donor lunch-
ear. at the Algiers hotel Mrs Sil-
\errnar. wJl gi*e the address ot
and mvocauon will be
Mrs. Charles Bron
The donor fund, chaired by Mrs
S*i Siiverman. honorary president.
sad chairman of the luncheon is
the ome for
the Auxiliary which contributes
$12,000 annually toward the maia-
unce of the Jewish Home for
the Aged Mrs Max Yokeli is
donor journal chairman.
A musical program will feature
Elmer Horo-.-.;. itroUag gypsy
Molm:st. accompanied at the piano
by Al Harmet. who will also play
folk music Mrs. Solomon Gold-
man will be vocalist
Program chairman is Mrs Halt-
rsky
Greater Miami Hadassah Women Will
Take Part in Regional Conference
Mrs. Abe Scr.sr.ieic ieit out-going presider.: s:jr.e Misrr.:
Beach C-r.:e: League :sa*s with Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, na-
noac. z:.- s: the Women s Auxiliary oi the Damon Run-
von C3n:er fanel and aewiy-eiectec president, Mrs. Frances
'.:--- about tr.s new X-:ay equipment for the detection of
breast ror.re: : = :=:./. presented to ML Sina: Hospital. Tete-
a-tete woj a: or. installation luncheon held here at the Se-
ville- hoteL
600 Hold Rally For Joe Malek
S.v bandied Sor- ertji Omen Assn., and Ceil Simon.
mandy Isle area ttl :aro?- PreV.den:..of..t.he_ Nortn Snure Je*'
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Hosts for the affair were Mr and
Mrs Morris Klein. Mr and Mrs
[rvuig Coopertnan. Mr and Mr-
- were P Eugene Weiss, and Mr and Mrs
?7)?- Irving Pietl
A large delegation of local Hadas-
Mta omen will attend the Golden
Jubilee conference to he held at
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Sunday through next Wednesday
Imi the annual conclave of the Flor-
I i.on of Hadassah
Included will be Mrs Joseph
president of Miami chapter.
Miss Lillian Goodman, presi-
A Miami Beach chapter
Irwin Uss, Vice president
ol the Fior.Ja region, is overall
man oi Ihe conference, and
al advisor will !>< Mrs Carl
tor. of Brookline. Mass., a na-
iident.
Regional presidenl is Mrs. Stan-
ley v i>f Orlando; official
..rnekeeper. Mrs Henry Paul: and
cial recorder. Mrs. Max Soko-
loff, both of Miami.
Workshops will o<- chaired by
S imuel '/. Sak ".......
. nal president: Mr- Dorothy
K.tiger Fink and Mrs Sanford
.bson. all of Miami Beach; Mrs,
Bard Wolpe. of Miami, and Mrs
jr Sindell. of Pompano Beach.
An original compos.tion by Mrs
Arthur Pekelner will be sung
I \ Mrs Jack Toppell. both of
. mi.
Local delegate? who will partici-
in the workshop- are Hea-
ds mes Morns Alpert. Ellis Amdur.
Eva Blum. Hadassah Fassler, Nor-
man Meyers. Milton Richter. Philip
Mother's Day
To Be Marked
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion Sisterhood will sponsor a
Mother's Day Ball on Saturday
evening. May 12. at the Carillon
hotel.
An orchid will be given to all
iien guests, and there will be
dancing and entertainment.
On Wednesday evening, the Sis-
terhood will hold a regular meet-
ing at Beth Torah Temple and pre-
sent a joint dramatic program with
th Torah Sisterhood and Adath
Yesfaurun Sisterhood.
A social hour will follow
If you like
Thau, Henry" Wernick, Harold ,v.
bott, Nat Goldberg. Max Handsh,
Eugene Sdverstone. Jack Toppei,,
Irving Werner, and Miss Marguer-
ite Marx.
The convocation-will evaluate the
legion's record of accomplish-
ments, and formulate plans for the.
future.
Card Party Wednesday
A card party and social evening
will be held in the social hall o;
I i* reth Israel on Wednesday ever.
Refreshments will be servei.
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"riday. April 27, 1962
+Jewish ink rfid mm
Page 3-B
At the Apr. 11 meeting of Temple Judea Sister-
hood, Mrs. Maurice Waldorf presented the
slate of officers for 1962-63. Seated (left to
right) are Mesdames Sidney Longer, first vice
president; Marvin Levin, second vice presi-
dent; Leonard Kalish, president; Paul Edlow,
second vice president; Jay Bearman, third vice
president. Standing (left to right) are Mes-
dames Abraham Stein, assistant correspond-
ing secretary; Sol Greenblatt, historian; Joseph
Fromkin, recording secretary; Frank Toback,
executive vice president; Pauline Levick. treas-
urer; George Bclber. fourth vice president;
Irene Fink, financial secretary. Not pictured
are Mrs. David Shubow, first vice president;
Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, fourth vice president;
Mrs. Hy Lipson, corresponding secretary.
Council Section end Division Officers
Will Be Installed Here Wednesday
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, past pres-
it of Greater Miami Section.
K;>tional Council of Jewish Women,
community leader, will be in-
alling officer at the annual in-
tattoo luncheon of the Greater
mi Section National Council of
,-h Women.
The ceremonies will take place
o Wednesday noon at Westview
(.uuntry Club, NW 119th st.
Harry Cohen Card Party
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Veterans. Harry H. Cohen
-t. will hold a card party at the
Yorker hotel on May 15 at
oon. Proceeds are tor the Re-
I ilitation Center at the Coral
V rans Hospital.

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Mrs. Irving Miller will preside
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Section ofiicers are Mesdames
Raymond R. Rubin, president; vice
presidents. William Altnian. Meyer
Bi'skin, William I. Brenner. Jack
Chanin, and Edwin Oppenheim:
corresponding secretary, Harry Or-
leans; financial secretary. Harold
Zeeman; recording secretary. Stan-
i. y Wolff; and treasurer, Maxwell
Il>man.
Division presidents arc: Bay. Mrs.
i'l Rothbart; (era;. Mr-.
Beinard Yesnor; Evening, Mrs.
Morris Puternick; Indian Creek,
Mrs. Joseph Klein; Islands. Mrs.
Dan Wax: Lincoln. Mrs. Milton
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Smith Dade, Mrs. Marvin L.
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Club Names
Social Director
Mrs Louis (Lynne Levin, Wesl
Vfiami councilwoman ;i'"i vrtei
hotel executive. last week was nam-
ed social director of the new West-
brooke Country Club by club of-
ficers Sheldon Kay. Morris Fox.
and Harold Pomerantz.
Westbrooke. at 8500 on the Trail.
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ony, health club and a complete
'chedul..... snorts, recreation and
social facilities.
A Dade county resident for the
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social director at several major re-
sorts in the area, including the
Saxony hotel.
MRS. 10UIS LEVIN
She is president of Florida-Save-
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President Eisenhower's personal Woman of the Year in Dade Coun-
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Peterson this week urged all reg-
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lenist HtrkBan
Friday. April 27, 1962
Women's Branch Slates Meeting
A Florida Branch executive com-,
mittee meeting will be held on'
Thursday. May 3. at the home ot
Mrs. Nathan Becker. 5700 San
Amaro dr.. Coral Gables.
Mr-. B cker i ice president of
Florida Branch. National Women's
L< ague of the United Synagogue of
America.
Mrs. William Dickon, Florida
Branch president, will be hostess
for the luncheon. The all-day
executive meeting will set proce-
dure for the coming year.
The National Women's League of
the United Synagogue of America
is the parent body of Conservative
Sisterhoods.
Temple Ner Tomid last week openeu skiar
Library to the public. Named in honor of Mrs.
Fannie Sklar and her late husband. Sam. the
library includes 3.000 books on Judaica end
religious subjects. Librcry committee mem-
bers are seated left to right} Mrs. Goldie Press,
Meyer Scmberg, Carl Tyson, Mrs. Pauline
Simon. Standing is Mrs. Ben L. Fabric, chair-
man. In the background is Bert Menachof.
Not present were Mrs. Anna Brown and Mich-
ael Glazier.
Nursery School
Committee Listed
A mother's committee has been
^rKzed at Temple Emanu-El
headed by Mrs. Seymour Alterman.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. and Mrs. Leo
Brandeis. long-time nursery school
supervisor.
Temple Emanu-El has operated
r.s nursery school for over 12 years
in facilities adjacent to the main
Temple and at the congregation's
North Branch building. All teach-
ers are college graduates and have
teen licensed.
The curriculum is based on the
three and four-year-old's ability to
grasp typical preschool matters
and basic Jewish content, and in-
cludes arts and crafts, story-tell-
irg. music, indoor and outdoor play
and weekly field trips.
At the age of five, many of the
youngsters are enrolled in the Tem-
ple's kindergarten and then either
enter the Foundation School,
grades one through four, or the
congregation's Sunday school and
afternoon Hebrew school.
&. HOWABD SACMA1
Thomas Urges Conserve Beaches
I. "Tommy" Thomas, Metro Com-
mission candidate from District 1,
this week declared that "it is of
the utmost importance that Dade
county's dwindling sea front be con-
served for parks and recreational
use, and not concerted in industry.
"We must save our beach," de-
clared the commission candidate
and current chairman of the Dade
County Zoning Board. "We have
enly 25 miles left, and we can not
afford to turn it over to industry.
"I believe the rezoning of the
land on the south shore of Biscayne
Bay for an oil refinery was bad
froj- =^>*--
JvOGUST BROS Ry:
la the BEST
zoning, very bad zoning, and that
it will harm the county.
"I am against such actions, par-
ticularly when all of the facts are
not available at first. I believe in-
dustrial control laws should have
been written by the finest authori-
ties and placed on the statue books
before the rezoning was ever con-
sidered. The action of the Metro
Commission was locking the barn
after the horse was stolen."
Thomas, as chairman of the Zon-
ing Board, presided at the four
pressure-packed Seadade zoning
hearings, and voted against grant-
ing the zoning change from agri-
culture use to unlimited heavy in-
dustry (IU-3) "because I felt it
was not in the best interests of the
county."
Howard Sachar
At Hadassah
Donor Luncheon
Monday. May 7, will close the
bjok on the 1961-62 year of the
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah.
It will be the "Golden Jubilee"
donor luncheon, with Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro as chairman and Mrs. Bar-
nett Beckerman arranging the pro-
gram. The grand ballroom of the
Fontainebleau will be festive with
decorations that are the work of
Mrs. Samuel Rubin.
Main speaker of the afternoon
will be Dr. Howard Sachar. Amer-
ican historian and expert on Israel
problems. Born in St. Louis. Mo.,
in 1928. Dr. Sachar received his
BA degree at Swathmore College,
took his MA and PhD degrees at
Harvard, and has taught history at
the University of Massachusetts.
He is a member of Phi Beta Kap-
pa, the American Historiro' *--..
and of the American Academy of
Political and Social Science. He
is the author of two well-known
books. "The Course of Modern Jew-
ish h Mi- T,e
Peoples of Israel." He is now at
work on a third volume. "Ingather-
ing: The Growth of the Israeli Re-
public."
The author is the son of Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, president of
Brandeis University. Young Dr.
Sachar is now living in Israel,
where he serves as director of
Brandeis University's Jacob Hiatt
Institute.
luby Named to Board
Michael J. Franco, president of
the Industrial National Bank of
Miami, announced this week that
Sam Luby, sr.. had been elected to
the board of directors of the finan-
cial institution. A Miami resident
since 1939. Luby is founder of Luby
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Friday, April 27. 1962
VjmtiSti fhrkHnn
Page 5-B
Rabbi Gross Will Leave for Trip To Israel Sunday
MKS. R03E.7T t/TT
Hatikvah Charter
Installation Set
Mr.- Robert LitI, founder presi-
dent [ the new Hatikvah chapter.
B'naj 3'rilh Women, announces that
the c-iarter presentation and in-
stallation of officer! will be held
iu th* Florida convention of B"nai
1$ nth Chapters and Lodges at a
luncheon Sunday in the Algiers
hotel.
A rewcomer to Miami Beach
from Baltimore, Mrs. Litt has been
associated with many charitable
and ci" ic enterprises. She has held
office in Bnai B'rith and Hadassah,
was deputy district coordinator of
t:\il "Jefense. served as vice pres-
ident of the Maryland Society for
Mentally Retarded Children, and is
president of the Suburban Syna-
gogue Sisterhood.
Membership chairman of the new
groujv which now has 150 members,
IS Mrs Augusta Goldstein.
Sasso Opens
New Quarters
Turn. Sasso. candidate for County
Commissioner. District 2. an-
nounced the opening of a new cam-
paign office at 741 Fisherman st.,
Opa-Iocka. under the direction of
Edward Harrison, and another of-
fice in Liberty City, 6711 NW 15th
ave., with Louis Duncombe in
charge.
Immediate plans call for addi-
tional campaign headquarters in
Hialeab, Carol City and other heav-
ily-populated residential communi-
ties. "I want to meet the good
people in these areas personally."
Sasso -aid. 'I want to study their
problems across the table from
them, and these new headquarters
vill help me accomplish this per-
son-to-person work."
"In addition." continued Sasso,
"lach office will act as a puhlic
information center where citizens
interested in good government can
lean the facts and at the same
time contribute their efforts toward
what they believe."
Main campaign headquarters, at
12878 Biscayne blvd., continue to
be the principle area of promotion- j
al activity where all executive!
board members meet each Monday
evening a 7 30 p.m.
Board of directors of the Hebrew t
Academy and the Hebrew Academy ,
VV(.men's Orffwnisatimi boated hon
voyage function in honor of Rabbi i
and Mrs. Alexander 6. Gross on I
Thursday evening at the Lucerne
hotel.
The function followed on the
heels of other social events in hon-
(i of the Hebrew Academy prin-
cipal and bis wife, who are leav-
ing for an extended stay in Israel
on Sunday.
Par les held included those host-
ed by the I'TA at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Moskovitz, -.i
at the home of Mrs.
Maurice Bertha) Goldberg, se
West Miami Unit
Slates Installation
B'nj.; B'rith Women, West Miami, '
will hold its annual installation on ;
Wednesday evening at the West-1
brookt Country Club, 8500 SW 8th
St.
Mrs Joseph Sandweiss, newly-
elected president, will accept the
pavel from retiring president, Mrs. I
Morris Kaufman. Mrs. Jane Rob-
inson will install officers.
Executive board members are,
vice presidents. Mesdames Oscar'
Evans and Al Teitler; secretaries,
Mesdames Cal Manning, Al Lynn
and Rosalie Lowe; treasurer, Mrs.
Abraham Grunhut; historian Mrs.
George Fish. Appointed officers
will also be installed.
Julian Arroyo will demonstrate.
hypnotic techniques, and "Fa-
Blunget U" students will receive]
graduation diplomas. I
tary of the Academy, and a fare-
well affair at the home of Rabbi',
Morris Horovitz, of the Academy
faculty, given by students of the
high school and junior high de-
partments.
B. I. Bir.acr. immediate past
president of the Academy, and
Louis Merwitzer, new president,
praised Rabbi Gross for his "un-
parelleled contribution to the mill-
ion dollar campaign that is now
eeing to a conclusion the erection
cf the new Hebrew Academy at
2100 Pine Tree dr."
The trip to Israel, a gift to the
:;. bl i and his family, will begin
on Cunard Eagle and the Zim Lines
"Moledet." The flight back will be
Via El Al. Rabbi and Mrs. Gross
are taking their childrr., Shraga
8, Ora Lee 7, Karmi 5, Effrom 3,
and Gila 1. They will stay in
Israel until July 25. during which
time Rabbi Gross expects to relax
and also to visit some of Israels
schools.
Rabbi Gross tirst came to Miami
Beach in 1947 to help organize the
Hebrew Academy on behalf of
Torah Umesorah. a national society
for the establishment of day
st hoo!-.
In September, 1949, while in
lcrael I a representative of Ozar
':-.. where he established 20
schools for some 2,000 Sephardic
children, he received an invitation
from Dr. David S. Andron, then
president of the Hebrew Academy,
to return to Miami Beach to accept
the post of Academy principal.
Rabbi Gross regards the Acad-
emy's pre*enl of an Isral tr>n to
him and hi? family as a "Bar Mitz-
vah gift," since n vill mark 13
rs mat he acte I on the invita-
tion.
Temp's lion Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Temple Zion will
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house now that she has de- of The National Association the public." Remodeline showroom of the
cMed to make some changes, of Home Builders, South Flori- Star Construction Co. Without
da Chapter, constantly cru- shandloff has said a hundred "* Pressure, one may wander
"Changes in bedrooms, bath- sades against the shortcomings times j, ne has said it once. through the displays and tahe
rooms, Florida rooms, kitchens, of the 'Jack-Leg' who haswe do not mind any kind of *s much ,ime as desired. With-
pools. patios changes such reared his head in the home competition from general con- out *"> fear of looking stupid,
as these are spelled out be- remodeling field. (A Jack-Leg" tractors such as ourselves; in the most unknowledgenble
fore any work is ever done, is a man with a hammer, fact we welcome it. Competi- homeowner may ask the silliest
Designs and plans are present- nails and wrench who has tion keeps everyone on their Qultions and very gently be
ed before work ever starts. Es- free-time on weekends, even- toes But we do mind the dam- given helpful, correct and de-
timators at Star can tell cus- ings or when otherwise out of age that work done by a 'Jack- Pebble answers.
tomers to the penny how work ... to build1 things for Leg- can do (not only to the The depth of resources of
much a job will cost before it his neighbors or others for mon- home owner but t0 our indus. Star in terms of skill, experi-
starts." ey.) try as well) when the 'Jack- ence, financing, contacts and
Perhaps however, it is the "Whereas," says Shaadtoff, Leg- doesn't turn up to complete contracts, give the home-owner
vast showroom, where there are Myour t*"ral contractor to u- a job, asks for more money in seeking to add to, alter, re-
over 30 complete home remodel- ceBed *9 *" city aad eoaw- the middle of It. neglects to model or modernize his home,
ing displays on view, that has ty' tfc* ''aek-Leg* Is not; nor take care of proper licensing, an extra 100 per cent more con-
proven most popular with Star doe* ,he JJ****** *uf *" and attempts to complete jobs fidence. security and peace of
customers men and women." u"bn,*y and workman's without inspections by the var- mind at no extra cost. At Star.
compensation but the general ious authorities whose job it is it is standard procedure to give
__ eoatraeUr must by law; nor to protect the public from just all prices in writing, the same
Shandloff seems proudest h(w ^ kjujUj Lsf passed all such offenses." for the guarantee,
when he says, "The showroom
Is the place our customers can
touch, lift aad see almost all
the things that will make up
the customer's Job. Comblae
this asset with our design ser-
vice and you can really under-
stand how Star has tnkrn the
unknown and mysterious out
of the home-remodeling busi-
ness."
For the past 16 years. Star
has operated a large, far-flung
general contracting business in
the South Florida Tegion.* Both
$10,000 and $100,000 homes
have been built by Star; church-
es, synagogues, schools and of-
fice buildings, supermarkets ...
the scope of Star has encom-
passed the entire building field
short of sky-scrapers.
KITCHENS take on a new flair and
zest as today's homemaker welcomes the
opportunity to remodel this most im-
portant part ot her household. A kitch-
en, produced to your specifications by
Star, surpasses foadest expectations.
A FLORIDA BEDROOM Is different!
Floors, windows, even the walls used
sometimes as large sliding doors
lend a touch of the outdoors to every
home. Here a restful, private patio opens
up off the bedroom.


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' Un 1st* n>rrM'**n
Friday, April 27,
Going over details of the May 5 celebration cbocrd the M. S.
Calypso Liner oi Israel's 14th anniversary of independence
are (left to riaht Bernard Katz, Mr. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Mrs. Philip Thau and Jcck S. Popick. Mrs. Thau, local
Women's Division president for Technion, and Popick. South
Florida chairmen for the Hebrew University, are coordinating
the efforts of various community oraanizations for the gala
dinner-dance aboard the 133-foot vessel.
Leaders of the Tolner Social Club participate in the presenta-
tion of a scholarship certificate in the Kfar Silver Agricultural
Training School maintained by the Zionist Organization of
America in Ashkelon. Israel. The scholarship, which will
enable a student to attend Kfar Silver for a one-year period,
was raised by the club in memory of its firsts president. Dr.
Abraham Orlick. Receivinq the certificate from the ZOA is
Mrs. Lucy Orlick fsecond from left) at a recent meeting of
the Tolner Club. Left to right are Nathan Badat. vice ores-
ident of the club; Mrs. Orlick; Joseph Fine, chairman of the
club's scholarship and Israel projects committee; Sam Rap-
paport. president; Mrs. Anne Otchet, secretary; and Max
Fierman, treasurer.
'La Traviata'
Repeated by
Popular Request
MAY 6
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
T KET5 AT
DADE COUNTY
AUDITORIUM
$1 to $2.50
CINEMA
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NOW
LCON SCHACHTERS
YIDDISH -AMERICAN
VAUDEVILLE P.CTLRES
IN K*S0N ON STAG*
A MUSICAL REVUE
SCHALOM MIAMI
featuring
BARBARA GALE
LECN SCHACHTER
GITEL STEIN
A GROUP CF ISRAf.ll
SiNStRS AND DANCCRS
Plus Other Acs
ON OUR SCRfCN
"The Jewish Melody"
FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST MOVEMENT
Is Sponsoring a Gala Concert
for the benefit of
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
at the
FONTAINEBIEAU HOTEL
Saturday, April 28th at 8 P.M.
featuring
The Radio Recording Star and Cantor
MORDECAI YARDEINI
and
Star of the Jewish Art Theatre
MICHAEL GIBSON
in a new program, accompanied by
The Noted Pianist ESTHER BARRETT
Refreshments will be served Contribution $' 53
Parkinson Unit
Opens Campaign
Florida Women's Division. Na-
Parkinsoa Foundation, ini-
tiated its drug bank campaign at
the Deauville hotel on Apr. 13.
with Mrs. Betty Spiegel, chairman,
as -.
Mrs Aha Bernard, master ot
ceremonies, introduced Mrs Jeanne
I.. .... chairman of the board ol the
National Parkinson Foundation.
Mho reported on the future aims
of the Parkinson Rehabilitation
Diagnostic and Research Institute.
Mr-. Beverly Fisher announced
the membership luncheon to be
held on Saturday. May 5. at the
Deauville hotel, and Mrs. Flora
Frey and Miss Clara Tntield dis-
tributed dime banks, which will be
used through the summer months
to collect donations for the pur-
chase of drugs for patients at the
Tarkinson Clinic.
Members and guests present
were Mesdames Renee Abei. Es-
ther Bacon. Ruth Berger. Alice
Berman. Paul.ne Broida. Ro>e Co-
hen. Hilary Coleman. Ceil Efros.
Clare Goodman. Selma Gottlieb.
I 5) Hirshlag, Jean Harrison.
Edith Lazarus. Ann Leifer. Frieda
Liv.ne. Esther Levitz. Eva Miller.
Florence Rosen, Ann Schick. Peari
Schneider. Bernice Solomo:
-. Pat Turkin. Ruth Wolfe.
Frances McClosky and M.ss Edith
Monot.
Dr. Kaplan to Speak
Miami Beach Dental Society will
meet Monday tor cocktails and din-
ner. 6:30 p m.. at the Seville hotel.
Dr. Robert L. Kaplan will speak on
Role of Restorative Dentistry in
on- ,ieauiiii.1 oi it...........I. Dis-
ease."
Women Honored
For Their 'Heart'
Mrs. Marianne O'Brien Reynolds
and Mrs. Arthur F Adams were
honored at a cocktail party in the
.. I ..- .v,-!'-n \|>I\ 1 T.
for "distinguished service ana"
i.-...;> i.. me ughi ..gainst uie
heart and blood vessel diseases
Among the guests were Dr. and
Mrs Martin S. Belle. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Harold, Mr. and Mrs John
Serbin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross.
Mi and Mrs. Alvin Savage. Mr.
ar.d Mrs. M. H. Dittman. Mr. and
Mrs J. A. Cantor. Dr. and Mr-
Morton Halpern. Dr. and Mrs
Victor Kugel. Dr. and Mrs. Manuel
Gonzalez. Dr. Jean Jones Perdue.
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Spear, and Dr.
and Mrs. Ben-Henrv Rose
UNUSUAL
ENTERTAINMENT
ECTACULAR!
Social Club Has
Third Seder
Miami Friendly Social Club held
a Third Seder on Sunday at Beth
El. A program of traditional Pass
over songs was presented by H
Ganson.
Members of the arrangements
comm.ttee were Max Garsriag.
president, and Mesdames Sam Sar-
kin. Joseph Graff. Isador Silver.
and Max Abramovitz
Pioneer Women
Hold Functions
Beba Idelson chapter. Pioneer
Women, held on Oneg Shabbat last,
Saturday afternoon in the Labor
Zionist Center. Mrs. Isaac Offen-
henden is president of the group.
A Passovei program arranged by
Mrs Nechame Yanich. cultural
chairman, included Israeli vocal se-
lections by Mrs. E Weinstein,

Coral Gables Pioneer Women
held a bon voyage and farewell
dissert luncheon Monday at the
home of Mrs. Sam David. 610 Jer-
onimo dr Coral Gables. Guests of
honor were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Robbins. who are leaving for Is-
rael, ar.d Mr>. Esther Grad.
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Friday. April 27, 1962
*Mwisti FkwidH&n
Page 7-B
Mrs. Brenner Will
Be Installed
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, Miami Beach
chapter, will meet for brunch at
ine Algiers hotel on Friday, Apr.
27, at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. William
Brenner, president-elect, will be in-
Mailed.
Mrs. Brenner, formerly of Cin-
cinnati, is on the board of Mt.
Sinai Hospital and Greater" MtaTin
Section of National Council of Jew-
. h Women, and financial secretary
11 Women's Committee of Jewish
Family and Children's Service.
Chairman of the brunch commit-
it is Mrs. Louis Makovsky. Ticket
chairman is Mrs. David Ponve,
assisted by Mesc'ames George Lev-
enson and Max Stadlcr. Telephone
committee is headed by Mesdamcs
David Pollock. Sam Goldman, and
S imtlftl Betagole All will accept
servatiom.
Mrs. Aaron Farr will install the
fallowing new officers in addition
ti Mrs. Brenner:
Vice presidents, Mesdames Leon
Allen, Albert O. Levin, William
Maxwell; treasurer. Rebecca Snel-
man; recording secretary. Marvin
M. Green: corresponding secre-
tary, Morton Schwartz and Sam-
uel Schiffman; financial secretary,
rving Blasberg and Morns Wein-
berger.
Hostesses are Mesdames Max
- rustein, Bcn-Zion Ginsburg, Sam
Goldstein, Albert I. Jacobs.
ran C. Lehman. David Ponve.
ack Kabino\ uch. Jerome Rado.
xander Rubin, Sidney Schwartz.
Sol Shave. Ralph Spero. and liar
I .(I Turk.
The Women's Committee sup-
arts the library at Brandeis Uni-
.ersity by supplying lunds lor
neks, staffing and maintenance oi
building.
Mrs Solomon B. Margolis is pres-
ent ol the Miami Beach chapter.
Kogen Says He'll
Stand on Record
Supporters of Max Kogen. candl-
lared here this week "that no
greater testimonial to Kogen's abil-
y to grant all those who may
me before him a fair, impartial
and understanding hearing in their
cases can be found than his own
ackground as a courtroom lawyer
i nd prosecuting attorney."
From the very beginning of his
jrofessional career," they point
out, "Kogen has devoted himself
La the courtroom, and his entire
work, not only for himself but for
other attorneys as well. Proof of
ris outstanding record is the fact
As a prosecutor in the capital
lase."
In April, 1956. Gov. Collins ap-
I ointed Kogen to his first public of-
fice as Assistant State Attorney.
'Iiat in six venrs he lot onlv one
t rime's division, of that office,
Kogen's record shows 95 percent
convictions, not one ever reversed
iy an appellate court," his sup-
porters said.
Letter Service /Moves Quarters
Alney Letter and Printing Ser-
"nce has moved to new and larger
(.uarters at 1299 NE 2nd ave., where
l will occupy 2,500 sq. ft., accord-
- ;g to Milton Balsam, owner. Bal-
sam said that "increased business
made it necessary to acquire the
additional space."
The Family
of the late
HARRY
SPIVACK
would like to express its
deep appreciation for the
many kindnesses shown
during their r e ce n t be-
reavement.
Mrs. Ida Spivack
and
Mrs. Evelyn Decky
Dr. Heschel Will Speck Friday
*ifii. tOo.S MAKOVSKY
Miami Girl Gets
New School Honor
Audrey Gae Borok. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Borok, 15715
SW 87th ct.. was recently elected
to membership in Nu Kappa Tau
petitioning Mortar Board. She was
one of 12 to receive this highest
v oman's honor at the University
of Miami.
Holder of both Dade county and
Florida teacher's scholarships. Miss
Borok is president-elect of Phi Sig-
ma Sigma, president of student
NEA for the second year, and past
vice president of the school of edu-
cation government in which she re-
ceived recognition for outstanding
service.
She is also vice president of Al-
pha Sigma Ensilon sonhomoro lead-
ership honor society. Panhellenic
Council corresponding secretary-
elect, a nvmbi r nl the honow pro-
gram, and a college board mem-
ber of Mademoiselle Magazine.
She is a graduate of Miami Sen-
' ior High, where she was a member
of the National Honor Society.
Miss Borok is an education major
and at present is a junior-aide stu-
dent at Cutler Ridge Elementary
School. Putue "I'll- include i'->d-
uate work in guidance and writing
and illustrating children's books.
Beach JVW Installation
Irving Cooperman will be install-
ed as commander and Mrs. Edith
Feingold as president of the Lad-
ies' Auxiliary of Miami Beach Post
330. Jewish War Veterans, at a
function Sunday evening at 1825
Alton rd.
Honor Dedicated
Public Service
VOTE IN
MAX KOGEN
CIRCUIT JUDGE
I'll Pol .\'lv
i at TVmnlp Fmanu-EI in l | he delivered a Samuel N. Fried-
To mark the conclusion of the Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
1961-62 adult education program at at the service to begin at 8:30 p.m. Temn'e Km--" Fl's adult *"ua-
Temple-Emanu-EI. Prof. Abraham Prof. Heschel. a member of the tioo program this year .ncluded a
J. Heschel. world-renowned author f->rn
Sisterhood-sponsored women's in-
Emanu-EI PTA Sees Production
Mid scholar, will be guest speaker Seminary, last spoke in Miami at -iture 01 i -tudies ior week-
at this Friday evening's service. the Seminary's annual convention ,v study of Hebrew.
, Sisterhood and PTA presented
Dr. Lehrman in a series of book
reviews, and a number of men of
the congregation participated in
the Torah luncheon club to study
" Ethics of Our Fathers" with Dr.
Lehrman.
Other activities which will be cli-
maxed by Dr. Hescnel's address
| ncluded Sn'"rd'>v :>ft?rnoon Bible
, classes, conducted by Rev. Abra-
ham Mittleman, and a newly-organ-
ized Sisterhood choral group under
the direction of Mrs. Florence
GoJdring.
"Good Yom Tov." written and
directed by Trixie Levin for Tem-
ple Emanu-EI PTA. was presented
Sunday afternoon at Miami Beach
"nu' Hian A< '-'
director was Florence Goldring.
choreography was done by Barbara
Besscy. and Safy Goldenberg was
associate director.
i .i i ...i.i.i' w.t. byfrn Abe sun,
.Han .ui'.i, s -mi btensey, imh
linili i. Paul Binder, Mark Bli nk,
I InrKan, Ti i mi Bn nnei. Jona
li n i "ohi n, .-' Ii .i l'. !.>. Bill n i
: n. i'.i i h> 1*,mi.:, Carol FrehHng
\'.i!m> Kt i< ul;i i*l, I'eggs tttfff, s.11.1-1
ituKvnblatl, Steven Sohlff<-ie, Marxlx,
I'ullanoff.
Miiil> C;i:>. David Gllckmnn, Bel-
ii. i i >l .lii-.sti 111. I.ii''.., i-. Th li-ilil.Mi:
Mai k i Soldi in-. 8a nil I lioli I
ile i lolcti*t< in. Lifea i,"i Kneseth Israel
Honors Rupperts
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein. president
of Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, will
onoucl a special meeting Tues-
day. 1 p.m.. in henor of Mr. and
Mrs. I Rupperts 50th wedding an-
niversary
Mrs. Ruppert is hospitality
chairman of the Sisterhood. The;
Rupperts will host the meeting and
serve refreshments. Rabbi David
Lehrfield and Cantor Abraham Self;
will be masters of ceremonies.
Mrs. Rose Schneider donated
flowers for the first two days of
Passover and Mr. and Mrs. Rup-
pert for the last two days.
Ii 4a : H rris l!a cm .
Inali :. Heli n Kaplan. Una
.<.<:/.. Ma e : i mer, lr)en< Son-
r, Ji .. i. II, w nd} in.,- i..i. ii.
iVl.....
I.. iM.in K ;/. n \ Levin, l Indn
i either* L ...:
in':: > I lj Senman, R
"i ..ii'. i i r Piet.,. i ., .. .,
; i, Ja i ... In N in an P alkin
Rand, .!: Hi > ii an, lam l
'Iff, 111 -.....i' n i .-'u.. : El-
Funds raised will be used to con-
tinue PTA urojects
Proceeds Will Go
To Cardiac Group
Miami chapter of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital ended its
current season with a buffet supper
and dance at the Electricians' Hall
on Sunday.
All proceeds to go to the free,
non-sectarian hospital which is
daily waging a battle against rheu-
matic fever and congenital heart
disease among children.
Chairman was Mrs. Leah Fried-
sen, and in change of reservations
was Mrs. Sidney Fertig.
Fred Bower and his orchestra
played for dancing.
15 YEARS OF DEDICATED LEADERSHIP
AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
ELECT
JOE MALEK
JUSTICE OF PEACE
Pull 5th DISTRICT Pull
Lever Lever
THE SWING
IS TO
DAN CHAPPELL
OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE FOR
County Commissioner for District No. 2
(All Communities and Unincorporated Areas North of N.W. 54th Street.)
DAN CHAPPELL is a Proven Leader ... A Brilliant and Courageous At-
torney And, a Leading Banker and Businessman.
A Resident cf Miami Shores and Dade County for 35 Years, DAN is well equipped and more
than qualified to serve ALL the Good People in District No. 2 And ALL of Dade County.
YES, DAN CHAPPELL IS THE ONLY CANDIDATE IN DISTRICT NO. 2 WHO
CAN PUT A "HEART" IN METRO.
You are WELCOME at the DAN CHAPPELL Headquarters 686 N.E. 126th St., North Miami.
Phone: PL 8-8531. Thank You.
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Jen#*/ IhriJian
Friday. April 27, 1962
LEADING FAMILIES PLAN WEDDING
FRANCES
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
I iko irost little oirl. Frances (Mrs. Milton) I.i"n tiVod tn p'^v
school and house with dolls; only Frances was most fortunateshe
had two little sisters, Edith and Gertrude, with whom she played in-
stead. In New York, where she lived, she
would go to the Ice Palace to skate. Doing a
perfect fifure eight was her specialty. She
loved to dance and won a prize for waltzing.
At the dance studio where she practised, she
met a young Broadway actor. James Cagney.
who frequently came there to limber up. She
certainly was impressed with this "typical"
Irishman, who spoke perfect Yiddish. Even
now she never misses a chance to see him
on the screen.
Frances married when she was quite young,
and ha- two daughters and four grandchildren.
Eleven years ago. given the choice between
California and Florida as a home. Frances un-
tesitantly chose Florida. For personal '"'- "
Frances became interested in the work of the
Cancer Institute. She was president of Shore
Unit of Cancer and on the board of the Can-
cer Institute.
Presently, she is president of the Women's
Cancer League of Miami Beach. An excellent knitter. Frances delights
;n making sweaters for her daughters, herself and her grandchildren.
She likes to read serious fiction. Every night, before she goes to sleep,
she "gets lost" in a fine piece of serious literature. Music, ballet.
Theaterall of the arts intrigue Francesand she is always a First
Kighter.
A'thongh she used to play herself. Frances gave the piano away
when the girls got mairied. As for ice skating: several years ago. she
took the children to the rink. Someone fell down in front of her and
broke a leg. That was the end of the ice skating. Frances enjoys the
holidays for two reasons. One is the fact that she loves to cook. This
year, as is her cu-tom. she made eefe''e f'sh. u*i*"" t'"> *iw -"rip,,
ihat has been handed down m her family from mother to daughter.
Frances takes everything in stride. The little human errors that
crop up in organization work, she doesn't fret over. These things, in
her estimation, are unimportant. The main thing, she believes, is to
stay well, and in her capacity as president of the Cancer League. She
has daily ample proof of this philosophical view of life.
HAPPY HOUR
Do you want tn know what a "Hanpy Hoi"-" >' .Ti;t dV Bi'"nv
iMrs. Jay R.) Schwartz, Zelma (Mrs. Henry) Wolff, Grace (Mrs. Bur-
ton) Goldstein. Barbara (Mrs. Burghard) Steiner, Felice (Mrs. Joseph)
Davis, or Mickey (Mrs. David) Fleeman who were among the guests
when Lucy (Mrs. Irwin) Kuntz had a "happy Hour" so that her sister-
in-law, Elsie (Mrs. A. N.) Korman, visiting from New Orleans, could
renew old friendships. It was a most pleasant hour, indeed. Tea was
not served.
TWO FOR A FAMILY
At least four years ago, Shirley (Mrs. Donald) Michnoff came home
from Bayshore Golf Course quite excited. She had made a hole-in-one.
Recently Dr. Michnoff came home from Bayshore equally excited. He
had made a hnle-in-one on the exr.ct same holethe tenth. Shirley was
on TV the other night in a new contest program called "Holein-One."
She confessed that it is very hard to concentrate under pressure and
that she was nervous. But you wouldn't have guessed it. She won four
. and is mo>t anxious to use one of the prizes, which was a trip
to Nassau for two.
SOCIAL SECURITY WHERE IS THY STING?
All 1> l";. kept the secret. Tile invitations were in the form
cial securit) card Thev re;"'. 'To be Fixty-i ti s-w-.-i
rty isn't enough. Luxuries will be few. so we look to you." Mir:
dred Abrams sent out the invitations to celebrate her husband I! rb's
important birthday. The dinner was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
oleman, their dam hter and son-'n-law. All the gi ests can i In
included fish hooks, old playing cards, batteries, oil cans and shoe
laces. They ate outside and then went into the house. Archie Ger-
of the i i i
immediately there was a quartet. Everybody sang and danced, and
had a merry time secretly thinking to themsc Ives life begins with a
Social Securitv card. Some of the friend-- m t>> ..,. ....,,. i
Fire-tones. Mrs. Jimmy Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Santly, Mr. and
Mrs phi] Salmon. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brick, and Mr and Mrs. Arthur
Gerwertz, brother of the uke-playing Archie.
THE GRAPEVINE
The Saturday Club, of which Ida Goldberg and Selma Mrs. Irving)
Marcus are staunch members, had a luncheon at The Ed-n Ro" tor
Marjorio Levengton before her marriage to J. M. Kalish. They had a
beautifully-wrapped gift that she was anxious to open, but she had to
wait until after lunch for that. Selma't siatei in law, Frances Mrs. Sol)
Marcus, here for a five-week vacation with her husband, took the day
off from fishing. She had just caught a bone fish of which she waa
justifiably proud .
It hasn't gone out cf style on Fairway dr.. taking the baby out
for a stroll. First Rita (Mrs. Harold) Stone and Doris (Mrs. Leon)
Sirkin have coffee, and then they wheel their baby daughters up the
street in their buggies. The mamas say that the babies jabber to
each other all the t-me. but no one else seems to think that five-month-
old Molly Ann Sirkin and Karen Stone are holding a conversation.
Miss Kaplan
Eyes August Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, 1795
SW 12th st.. announr? the betrothal
of their daughter. R;t.i Merle, to
Edwin M. fiingbiiro; en" of ^'"" ">d
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, of Miami
Beach.
A graduate of Miami High, the
biide-elect '.s a sophomore at the
University of Florida and belongs
to Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Her fiance, an alumnus of Miami
Peach High and the University of
Florida, is now in his first year in
the law school of the University oi
Florida.
He is a member of Pi Lambda
Phi social fraternity. Phi Alpha
Delta, legal. Beta Gamma Sigma,
business honorary, and Phi Kappa
Phi. national honorary.
An August wedding is being
planned.
Sandra Livingston
Planning Rites
Mrs. Tillie Martin. 5511 SW 7sth
; st., announces the engagement of
her daughter, Sandra Livingston, to
Alan Silverstein, 1445 16th -t
Miami Beach.
I
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Miami High, where she was a
1 member of B'nai B'rith Girl- She
is now a senior at the University
of Miami, and her sorority i- phi
Delta Gamma.
Her fiance is the son of
Sdverstein, 7940 West dr.. Hnrbor
Island, and the late Ida Silvi
Ho is a graduate of Miami Beach
High, and attended the Uni
of Florida, where he was a
ber of Pi Lambda Phi.
At present, he is attend; the
University of Miami school
and 's ai'i!ia'"d wan I'm IHv ,'iu,
local fraternity.
MISS RITA KAPIAN
Miss Salomon Now Mrs. Levin
Susan Lynn Salomon and Peter
I. Levin were united in marriage
Sunday. April 15. in the Napoleon
room of the Deauville hotel. The
early afternoon ceremony was per-
formed by Rabbi Joseph Narot.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mr-. Hart ey l. Saiom in *120 Alton
rd wore a grown of silk organza
and reembro-derod alencon lare
appliqued with iridescent sequins
and seed pearls It was designed
with a portait neckline and chapel-
length tra.n. Her veil of matching
lace fell from a crown of lace and
pearls. She carried an heirloom
Bible under a bouquet ot white
orchids.
She was attended by Iris Lip-
ton, maid of honor. Mrs. Joseph
Esformes. matron of honor, and
Jane Kahn, flower girl.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
School, the new Mrs. Levin attend-
ed the University of Miami.
The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Sally
Bachrach. 5161 Alton rd., and Her-
man Levin, of New York City, at-
tended Miami Beach High and the
University of Miami, where he was
a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Serving as best man was Joseph
Esformes. and ushers were Alan
Salomon, the bride's brother. Steph-
en Stark. William Gross and David
Bucksbaum. Scott Salomon, broth-
er of the bride, was ring bearer.
Following a reception and formal
luncheon, the young couple left for
a honeymoon in Jamaica. Upon
their return, they will live it
Miami Beach.
*
I
MISS SANDRA l/V'NCJTON
Browns Take Jamaica Tour
Joan Susan Chuzmir, daughter
of .Mr. and Mrs. Wiliiam Chuzmir,
187 NE 163rd st.. No. Miami Beach.
and H. Gordon Brown were united
in marriage Saturday night, Apr.
14. at the Seville hotel.
The new bride attended the Uni-
vi rsitj ol South Carolina and grad-
t< d from the University of Miami.
Hi r sorority is Sigma D.:;:; Tan.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Brown, 7300 Byron ave.. formerly
, Of Chicago, the bridegroom is a
graduate ot Northwestern Univer-
sity and the University of Illinois
law school He i- an account
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THIS IS A column about women
their clothes, their make-up,
and ways of improving their ap-
pearance. But men also and often
play a definite role in the fash-
ion picture. Just pause for a
moment from your fascinated ex-
amination of the lovely gowns
some of our socialites wear at
the many civic, philanthropic,
cultural, and religious functions
during the seasonpause and take
brief notice of the way in which
their husbands and escorts have
also meticulously dressed for the
occasion.
There will be cause for much
pleasant surprise especially as
my note-taking at so many of these
functions during the past months
prove. Briefly, I recall:
Mr Edmund Brant at the Am-
bassador's Ball at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel, attired in a maroon
and black brocade jacket which
he had made in Hong Kong. His
cummerbund and tie set were also
made to match the Chinese silk
satin.
Mr. William Kline in an un-
usual white eyelet dress shirt
with an eyelet lace trimming the
iront.
Mr. Ben Rimer's jacket, a
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paisley print of blue and black
with just a touch of maroon. His
shirt leatured a lace jabot front.
* i*
AT THE ANNUAL Coronation
Ball cf the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital in the Fontaine-
bleau: Dr. Doran Zinner in a
plaid tuxedo in tones and shades
of blue, with red interwoven in'.u
the plaid.
Charcoal colored embroidery
down the front of his formal shirt
gavi an unusual flair to Mr.
Maurice Furman's shirt.
Midnight blue with a black
print for Mr. Hank Myersthe
ensemble trimmed in black satin
with English-style satin cuffs.
For the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal reception at the Americana
hotel: Mr. Joseph Liplon's cuft
links. Cats Eyes from India and
set in gold A magnificent lace-
trimmed shirt his choice for the
evening.
Mr. Al Levinson in a white-on-
white custom made shirthis
pearl tie-pin a birthday gift from
Mrs. Levinson.
In the reception line. Mr Shep-
ard Broad's wool and mohair
charcoal colored tuxedo jacket an
outstanding creation, featuring a
black satin shawl collar and black
satin cuffs. Mr. A. J. Harris in
a white silk shirt from Italy,
showing an unusual white-on-white
weave and the traditional Italian
cuffs.

AT A 1962 Scopus Award func-
** tion by the American Friends
of the Hebrew University: Hon-
oree. Samuel Rothbcrg, in an
tye-catching tuxedo of silk and
mohair in a charcoal and black
weave. His shirt choicea lace
trimmed formal.
LYNN ROSIUKRAHZ
AND
RICHARD JACOBS
Engaged Couple
Honored at Fete
Lynn Joyce Roscnkrantz and
Richard Jacobs were honored at a
reception marking their engage-
ment at the Barcelona hotel on
Sunday, Apr. 15.
The bride-to-be is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosen-
krantz. of Forest Hills. N.Y.. and
i.- a student at Syracuse Unver-
s;ty.
Mr. Jacobs is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Jacobs, of Miami
Beach, and the Lake Tarlton Club,
Pike. X.H.
He is studying for his Master's
degree at New Vork University.
Service Center
Marks 10 Years
Miami Beach Servicemen's Cen-
ter will celebrate its 10th anniver-
sary in the Ocean Front Auditor-
ium this Friday evening.
Maurice Klein is director and
Mrs. Rose Field (Maurice) Klein
coordinator of the Center organized
in April. 1D52. and sponsored by
the City of Miami Beach.
Highlight of the evening will be
the selection of "Miss Servicemen's
Center" to be chosen from this
year's winners of the title "Jun-
ior Hostess of the Month."
The program offered service-
men at the Center includes
dancing, refreshments and games,
and a monthly stage door can-
teen with a 10-piece orchestra,
and night clt,b entertainment.
Dressing room and lockers are
available for swimming.
Holidays include festive dinners,
and the Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iaries, Department of Florida, un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs.
Sophia Lee, serve appropriate re-
freshments every Saturday evening
and on holidays.
The program is supported by
contributions from local organiza-
ions, unions, businessmen and cit
zens in the area.
Chairman at the Center are Peg-
gy MacKay. Hattie Milam. Ruth
IUndin, Molly Kohn, Dorothy
Shultz, and Bess Cohen.
Joint Installation Set
Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary 223 will hold joint in-
stallation ceremonies Thursday
evening at West Miami Town Hall,
901 SW 62nd st. Refreshments will
bo served.
RirtUi.
sO"
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Its a first child for Lt. Jay Sed-
lick and his wife. Bernice. Jeffrey
Brian, 8 lbs. 10 oz., was born in
Orlando, where the new father, in
the U.S. Air Force, is in charge of
production for movies.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
N.'than Sedlick, 221 SW 48th ave.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Grossman,
3173 SW 2nd st. All went to Or-
lando for the event, joining Mrs.
Ida Weisbcrg, great aunt of th*
baby boy, who had arrived from
New York.

Born in Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital in Hollywood. Calif., a G lb.
daughter to former Chicagoans, Dr.
nd Mrs, Lionel Margolin, who
have settled on the West coast.
Mrs. Margolin is the niece of
Ruth and Charles Jacobson, of
Coral Gables, and was flower girl
at their wedding 15 years ago.
Jacobson is public relations direc-
tor at Cedars of Lebanon here.
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Bar Assn. Nod
Judge Jack A. Falk, of the Crim-
inal Court, now running for reelec-
tion in Group 2, received profess-
ional recognition and approval
when members of the Dade County
Rar Assn., polled as to the fitness
of judges, gave him 799 votes as
"well qualified."
Judge Falk. who graduated from
the University of Miami, and in
1950 took his Bachelor of Laws de-
gree there, magna cum laude. was
named "Citizen of the Month" in
the April issue of "Evening
Breeze," publication of the uni-
versity's Evening Division.
A veteran with the 9th Infantry
Division of the U.S. First Army,
he is a reserve officer, and was
recently promoted to major.
Judge Falk has served as pres-
ident of the Downtown Optimists
Ciub and a member of the Dade
county ISO advisory board, and is
a Slimier, an Elk and a Moose.
Admitted to the Florida and
Federal Bars in 1930. he served on
the board of directors ot the Dade
I-.ar Assr and is a member of the
American Bar Assn.
Judge Falk was appointed chair-
man of the Florida Bar grievance
committee. Div. ""A" for Dade
County, and in 1958 was appointed
by former Gov. LeRov Collins as
workmen's compensation trial
judge.
In 1960. Judge Falk was appoint-
ed to his present post by former
Gov. Collins. He is married, the
father of three children, and lives
at 1835 SW 82nd ct.
Maurice Klein, director, and Rose Field Klein, coordinator,
discuss plans for the 10th anniversary of the Servicemen's
Center of Miami Beach with Cmdr. Ernest R. Challender, of
the 7th Coast Guard District.
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for the major musical production
which it will stage in late May.
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Friday, April 27, 1962
The Courier
Florida Trend magazine. a_ business magazine which has much
of current interest to's-tate*~enfrepreneurs. devotes three of its 40 pages
in the April issue to "The Remarkable Rise of J. I. Kislak." It describes
the eight-year history of Kislak's mortgage banking business which
now has a mortgage portfolio in excess of S140.000.000 on more than
14.000 Florida homes. In fact, back in 1954. Kislak whose father
had long been one of the active business and civic leaders in New
Jersey purchased our own V.A. mortgage (at four percent i and
other similar loans in North Miami Beach to enter the post-war build-
ing boom in a hurry. Alan Shecter. former Cedars of Lebanon hospital
tub-thumper, doing an outstanding public relations job for Kislak.
Jay, incidentally, has mad* excellent choices in James A. Ryder
ni Mrs. William O. .Mehrtens as associate campaign chairman for
this fail's United Fund drive Another Floridian who has moved
rapidly in the business world, J. A. Cantor, made news with the ac-
quisition of the R. M. Thompson Construction Co. by Seaporcel, Inc.,
the American Exchange-listed firm which he heads Upcoming
WCKR (11 to 11:30 p.m. on Sundays) programs for the Heart Associa-
tion of Greater Miami will feature Dr. Marvin Meitus and Dr. Mil-
ton S. Goldman. Dr. Peritt Scheinberg discussed vascular research
on last Sunday's broadcast.
Happy to report that Mrs. Louis (Bessi Glasser is recovering rap-
idly and is working with co-chairman Al Sherman for the success of
the Bureau of Jewish Education's annual dinner at which popular
.\seph Cohen will take office as president. Sherman, vice president of
Jack S. Popick s Mechanics I'niform Service, is somewhere near the
local record for most presidencies of local organizations, a title once
hud unchallenged by former Mayor Harold Shapiro.

Political figures will take a night off May 3 to attend the annual
R:bs and Roast show of Sigma Delta Chi. the professional journalistic
fraternity, at Miami Springs Villas. Objects of lampooning undoubtedly
will be key figures in the torrid political races which have the Jewish
'.-ell as general community torn into numerous fragments It's
interesting to note that the only Jewish candidate running for Congress
Busker) figures to get the least support from areas in which the Jew-
ish vote predominates There is no counterpart to the New York
Times and Herald Tribune figures for Gotham political races which
oreak down the religious preference by congressional districts there,
but major sections of Jewish votes here can be pinpointed as most of
the Fifth District (Miami Beach through Golden Beach), the Southwest
section in the vicinity of Coral Way from Shenandoah out past West-
Chester, and North Miami Beach.
*
Two dinners which have aroused unusual interest for so late in
the "-eason" are the Cedars of Lebanon Presidential Dinner and the
May 5 Israel Independence Day dinner dance aboard the M S. Calypso
Liner. It will be interesting to see if Secretary' Ribicoff makes an all-
out pitch for the Kennedy medicare program before an audience in
which there are so many members of the American Medical Assn.
And there'.- lots of talk as to the "unusual entertainment" promised
for the Hebrew University sponsored sailing which will take some 400
participants about 12 miles out to ea.
New York Orthodox rabbis are strongly protesting the $1,000,000
campaign to build a Jewish chapel at Idlewild, an undertaking spon-
sored by the New York Board of Rabbis. Strongest of six points
raised by the Orthodox is questioning as to whether passengers be-
tween flights can take time out to attend services. Other objections
are highly technical Board of Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds has urged strengthening of Public Welfare Amend-
ments bill pending in Senate.
Sam Leviten. a memoer 01 Miami Elks Lodge committee for Na-
tional Youth Day on May l Moses Feuerstein. of Brookline. Mass..
national president of Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of Amer-
ica, will present special awards to traditional Judaism leaders at May
13 annual dinner at Hotel Pierre in New York Jewish Labor Com-
mittee slated an emergency conference Thursday at Belmont Plaza
Hotel in New York to protest recent manifestations of Soviet anti-
Semitism.
WE NEED INDUSTRY -
BUT NOT ON OUR BEACHES.
WE MUST PRESERVE THE
BEACHES FOR SWIMMING -
THERE IS NOT MUCH LEFT.
VOTE MAY 8
Pull Lever 1-i
To Elect
Thomas
Metro
Commissioner
DISTRICT 1
MAY 8
SAVE
YOUR
BEACHES
IM Pol. Adv.
DR. AUAN KAPLAN
Sinai Schedules
Seminar Here
lit. Sinai Hospital will hold its
12th annual postgraduate seminar
on "Recent Advances in Diagnosis
and Therapy" at the Eden Roc
hotel May 3 to 5.
The seminar, approved and co-
sponsored by the Florida Academy
of General Practice and the Amer-
ican Academy of General Practice,
is under the chairmanship of Dr.
Allan A. Kaplan, with Dr. Harold
N I'nger in charge of the program.
The seminar attracts doctors
from the entire State of Florida,
who register in advance for this
annual teaching program. The
three-day session will include pan-
els, speeches and discussion groups,
rnd a technical exhibit by 42 phar-
maceutical and medical houses.
The Women's Auxiliary of ML
Smai is in charge of the hospital-
ity and service committees. The
three-day seminar will conclude
with a banquet on Saturday even-
ing. May 5. at the Eden Roc.
Dr. Kaplan is a practicing phy-
sician on Miami Beach, and a mem-
ber of the active staff of Mt. Sinai.
He is a graduate of the University
of Pennsylvania, and of the New
York State College of Medicine.
Spaet Urges Vote
For Judgeships
Harold Spaet. County Commiss-
ioner and candidate for Circuit
Judge in Group l. pointed out re-
cently that "in the 1960 Democratic
primary, although over 179.000
went to the polls, an appalling
number of them did not vote for
Circuit Judge, in sp.te of the fact
that Circuit Judgeships are among
the most important offices on the
ballot."
He nr<">'! 'h-'t "all voters "" >*>>
8 make their decisions thoughtfully
iind carefully according to the
background and experience of the
candidates."
Spaet has been a practicing at-
torney for 32 years. Municipal
Judge of Miami Beach, and pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Bar Assn.
Now a County Commissioner, he
served as Vice Mayor of Miami
Beach and as Councilman from
1953 to I960. He is past president
of the Florida League of Municipal-
ities and the Dade County League
of Municipalities.
Flagler-Granada
Plans Comedy
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
will present its annual musical com-
edy production. "Rifles for Rifke."
on three weekends. Saturday and
Sunday. Apr. 28 and 29. May 5 and
6. and May 12 and 13. at 8:30 p.m.,
in the auditorium.
Written by Trixie Levin and
Evelyn Mayerson. and directed by
Ralph Morina. the snow h;is a cat,
of 18. plus a chorus.
Tickets are available at the
Center office. Proceeds will help
finance the addition to the Temple
to be built in the netr lmw
The annual donor luncheon of
the Center's Sisterhood will be held
Tuesday noon in the Ivory Tower
room of the Saxony hotel. Napol-
eon Reed, singer, will entertain.
Seiderman to Address
Florida B'nai B'rith
Keynote speaker for the 26th an-
nual convention of B'nai B'rith
....
' ps a ..
Seidcrman. chairman of the board
of trustees-of the Florida region
of the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. Event will be held
at tnc Al
i.- .i.*u.. .*;j
Sunday and Monday.
Seiderman is co-chairman ol the
national ci
League, a current member of the
board ol governors and the execu-
tive committee of the Greater
Miami JeWiS.1 redc.a.iu...
Before coming to Miami Beach,
Seiderman was assistant district
attorney and crtie. ot racKt.s n
New York City and was presi-
dent of the Abraham Lincoln
Lodge of B'nai B'rith there. He
also served on the general com-
mittee of Grand Lodge District 1.
Seiderman will deliver an ad-
dress at the opening session ol '.he
convent "n .. on a \ .:
Rubaiyat room of the hotel Par-
ticipating in the program will be
David Gorman, president. Florida
State Federali >n oi >. :i
Mrs. Jack Dorman. president lor
cnapter-.
Mayor Robert King High ol
Miami and Mayor Kenneth Oka <:
Miami B< ..>.. ill exti grei
s. rving asti r ot ceremonies
u
v ii; sing th Star Spanj
Leon
Hurv .-. \.\: :..; :.< ( I
gi\ i .... i. aon
On Sal at 11 a.m.. i
.vorkshop be held in
::.<:.-:-. LIIS I sin ky
sr.. nati i H ,'. I >'< mmis
ch, will mi.-.!-.,'( .i
liscu>.i.i
(iM- Stud< its I Gel from Hi!
Mrs Loui^ Ossinsky. -
en's chairman, will .-pe;.k i
point :..< .1 women's chi
V; R : .ii th n
chairman, will offer the lo<
view, and Mel Hecht, oi the Uni-
versity of Miami, will discuss the
students att.tude.
Dr. Donald Miohel >. "
lector at the University ol Miami,
will speak lor the director.-.
At a joint luncheon following
the workshop, guest speaker will
be Mrs. Alfred Reich, president,
District 5, B'nai B'rith Women,
who will present a chapter char-
ter tc the n.' Hatikvan jrou-3.
Toastmaster will be Mrs. Max
Kern, are it i ;i
Mrs, Arthur Laufman. national of-
ficer of B'nai B'rith Philanthropies.
will give the invocation, and Mrs.
Shepherd Lewis, the benediction.
At 2 p.m., a joint BBYO work-
shop will be headed by Jerry Car-
ver. District 5 BBYO director, with
Mrs. Jane Robinson. Greater Miami
BBYO director; Howard Kan and
Dave Sachs. BBYO chairmar, Flor-
ida Federation of Men's Lodges;
Mrs. William Kornhauser. 3BY0
chairman. Florida women's chap-
11 is; Eli Hurwitz. president. Miami
BBYO board of directors; and
.. s. i -..... i aident-
lect. BBYfl >-' i -in- <-.
.After a buffet dinner at p.m.,
Julius Fisher (v- -itar>
District Grand Lodge 5. will con-
duct indoctrination < f men's lodge
secretaries, treasurers and trus-
ses. Women's indoctrination and
.. human relation.- workshop will be
c< i.ducted by Mrs. Bernari Sup-
worth, chairman. ;.r.(i Mrs Alvin
u..nk. District 5 chairman, B'nai
B'rilh chapters.
Indoctrination oi lodge presidents
will be held at a brtakfast Mon-
ey morning. 8:30 a.m.. with Jack
Jenkins, president-eiect. District
Grand Lodge 5. and Julius Fisher,
, xecutive secretary. District Grand
Lodge 5. in chargt
A joint membership workshop
.vi I .- held II B.n o Jurt-
H S lick tonkins membership
chairman, Albert Z. Elkej na-
tional membership director and
Mrs. Mrry Ornstei", vice jresi-
e'ent. Florid* women's chiaters
membership chairman.
Cues; speakers ..' .. joinl noon
. cheon will be .' i kins and Ral>
. Samuel Jafiee Florida chair-
r tastmasti t will be Edward
A stern, president. sn-.ith Florida
C uncil B'nai B'rith
e Milton A Friedman and
Alfred Reich will conduct in-
staUation ceremonies at a joint
quel in the Rubaiyal n n at
: 30 pm Guest speaker will he
Judge Thom.:- H Barkdull, Jr and
Julius Fisher will u master ot
n remonies.
Southwest Center
Sponsors Show
The Southwest Jew lit Center will
-pi nsor a show ;.ri. (isnee Sunday
evening in the Grand Ballroom of
the new Westbrookfl Country Club,
8500 on the Trail.
Entertainment will feature Na-
poleon Reed, well-known singer, the
"Amazing Maurice' and disc jock-
(v ai Liebert who will be master
of ceremonies. The Coachnen will
provide the music.
i 'I......, ..' ire Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Garland.
INTEGRITY DIGNITY EXPERIENCE
MEFT THE BERKMANS
Judgr and Mrs. ner.nnn wirh their two chi/flrcn, Uovid, J, und Bun
tynn, 8. The tierkmunt reside of 531 W. 5Jst street, l*iem BMC
JuaV Brrkninn Ion; a .es'dent of Doc'c County, atftnd>.d Atio.tii
6cach public behoofs.
It has beer, my pleasure to personally meet thj great majority
of Hie voters from 1st Stieet through the Golden Beach area
I'd like tc meet ycj too. My two headquarters are Ksttd below,
won't v&u droo in?
you drop in?
1204 Washington Ave.
713 71st Street
KEEP JLH>GE
BERKMAN'BT-
!! I'
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LEVER
! 43-A
YOUR
JUSTICE OF
THE PEACE


Friday, April 27, 1962
* tenHslh mrridfirin
Page 11-3
New officers to lead United Synagogue Youth
were elected at the organization's recer.t con-
vention in Miami Beach. Left to light ere
Bruce Yergin, Jacksonville, treasurer; Mirs
Barbara Segal, Temple Menorah, Miami
Beach, recording secretary; Jack Fleet, Jack-
sonville, second vice president; Steven Pasko-
witi, Birmingham, Ala., president; Miss Mari-
lyn Sh'nbaum, Montgomery, Ala., correspond-
ii g sDcrstary; Jay Levitt, Temple Beth Sholom.
Hoi'ywocd, fir^t vice president. Right of Levitt
ere Murray Bern, of Montgomery, outgoing
president; and Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director
cf the Southeast region of United Synagogue
of America.
Beth David
Players Slated
Betb David Players Workshop
u ill present "Having a Wonderful
Time" on Saturday and Sunday at
Spector Hall.
Produced by Oscar Rappaport.
and directed by Bill Porter, the
cast includes Stanley Burnstein,
Mrs. Richard Herold. Elmer Spec-
tor. Joseph Nurenberg. Irving Is-
aacs. Mrs. George Saluk. Mrs.
Richard Herold. and Mrs. Mike
Forer.
Stanley Burnstein and Ann (Mrs. Elmer) Spector in a scene
from "Having a Wonderlul Time."
United Synaqoaue Region to Gather
In honor of the forthcoming con-
ferenci of the Southeast region of
the in ted Synagogue of America.
Apr. 27 and 2S have been designat-
ed as United Synagogue Sabbath
for all Conservative congregations.
Sermi ns will be preached on the
"Rok of the United Synagogue in
the American Jewish Community
and on the essential place of the
synagogue as an institution molding
and furthering Jewish life.
Forty affiliated congregations
dh a membership of some io.ooo
families will d-'vote themselves to
the theme of the convention:
And I Will Give Them One
Heart and I Will Put a New Spirit
Within You."
Circuit Court Judge Irving Cy-
I en. of Miami Beach, president of
the Southeast region, said the con-
ference will be held Apr. 29 and
30 at the Carillon hotel. Principal
local participants in conference
proceedings will include Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-F,l. a' an address
Sunday noun session.
To people
and to their sons and daughters
Metropolitan has developed a new series of policies covering
expense of hospilalization which will be issued at all ages 65
and over. These policies can mean a great deal to the peace ot
mind of senior citizens and their families in time of need
brought about by age or sickness.
The premiums on these policies may be paid by the older
people themslvesor by their children who may have the
ultimate responsibility for hospital bills. Andunder present
income tax laws, these premiums are treated as medical ex-
penses of the taxpayer or his dependents for purposes ot income
tax deductions. ,
If you would like further information on Metropolitan %
new Senior Citizens Policies, write or phone:
NAT GANS
3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
Phones FR 3-4616 or HI 6-9981
Metropolitan life Insurance Company, Now York 10, N.Y.
Judge Parker Has
Hat in Ring
Judge J. Gwynnie Parker recent-
ly announced campaign plans to
keep his seat on the bench of the
civil court of record to which he
was appointed by Gov. Farris Bry-
ant in 1961.
A native Floridian. Judge Parker
graduated from the University of
Florida law school in 1937. entered
private practice, and was called to
duty in the army field artillery in
1940.
Separated from active duty as
a lieutenant colonel in 19-15. he re-
turned to general practice as a
trial lawyer in Tallahassee and Mi-
ami, until his appointment to the
civil court of record, which has
jurisdiction over civil cases when
the amount involved is less than
$5,000.
Judge Parker lives with his
wife and three daughters at 1343
Castile ave., Coral Gables, where
he is a member of the board of
the First Methodist Church.
He is active in the Dade County
Bar Assn.. the Florida Bar Assn
and the Coral Gables Kiwanis Club.
In announcing his campaign,
Judge Parker said: "Since my ap-
pointment, I have endeavored dili-
gently to discharge my duties as
Ige of the civil court of record in
.i [air ami impartial man
"With many years experience as
a trial lawyer and as a judge, 1
feel tbat I am well-qualified to
serve my profession and my corn'
n.unity in this capacity." lie con
tinned.
"It is because I desire to con-
tinue serving the people of Dade
county as their judicial officer that
I seek election to a full term,"
he concluded.
Englander Voices
Firm Opposition
To Oil Refinery
Judge Malvin Englander's cam-
paign for the Fifth District seat on
the Dade County Commission cen-
tered on two key issues this week.
The Miami Beach Vice' Mayor
and Councilman stepped up his op-
position to the rezoning of bayfront
property for the Seadadc oil refin-
ery, calling the Metro move "an
example of hasty action taken with-
out first considering the health and
economic well being of all Dade's
citizens."
Judge Englander also hammer-
ed away at the proposed north-
sotth, Mid-Bay causeway. "This
expressway definitely poses a
major threat to the hotels, motels,
restaurants and other businesses
along Collins ave., from Miami
Beach through Golden Beach.
And the taxpayers already stand
to lose a half million dollars be-
cause of Metro's speedy action in
authorizing engineering plans be-
fore thoroughly studying the need
for such a causeway."
Named to the candidate's cam-
paign cabinet this week were Leon-
ard Solomon, vice president of
Temple Menorah: James Levenson.
past exalted ruler of the Miami
Beach Elks Lodge; Ted Cohen,
past president of the Beach Jay-
cees and Civitan Club; and 34 other
civic and religious leaders.
During the past year. Judge
Englander served as Miami Beach
chairman for the United Fund He
is past president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District and twice
>erved as chairman of the speak-
ers' bureau for State of Israel
Bonds
Dr Leo Grossman, chairman ot
the Engiander executive commit-
tee, noted that bcth Republicans
and Democrats are represented on
the group, and tliat the May 8 elec-
tion is open !o all registered voters
regardless of party preference.
Ner Tamid Men's Club
.Men's Club of Temple Ner Tam.l
will sponsor a Dutch supper catered
by Sisterhood on Saturday evening.
There will also be dancing and en-
tertainment, and a car will be giv-
en away.
Women's Group
Elects Officers
Election of new officers of the
Women's Division, Chamber o:
Commerce of Surfside. Bal Har-
bour, and Bay Harbor Islands was
held at the organization's regular
meeting Wednesday at the Florida
Shores hotel.
New officers are Mesdames Mil-
ton Levinson. president; Ann Louise
Pober, executive president; Mar-
tin Bloch. Herman Bloom. Walter
Schweitzer, Fred Katz. Lee Cowan
and Sanford Jacobson, vice presi-
dents: Louis Bcller, recording sec-
retary; George Meisel, correspond.
iic1: secretary; Kra" Maunstein,
treasurer; Sidney King, financial
.secretary; Louis Samuels, parlia-
mentarian.
Mrs. George Valentine is presi-
dent.
Luncheon Club
To Honor Leaders
Zionist Luncheon Club will re-
sume its weekly meetings Wednes-
day. May 2. according to Jacob C.
t ishman and Joseph Malek. chair-
men. The luncheon will take place
a i noon in the Terrace room of the
Ritz Plaza hotel.
To he honored *** Greater Miami
members of the National Executive
Council of the ZOA. Louis B. Rud-
mck. Jack S. Popick, Herman
Wcintraub. and Sidney Raymond.
Assisting Fishman and Malek
with the arrangements will be Abe
Rubin, Joseph Alter. Joseph Spar,
Joseph Mechlow, Bessie Green-
wald, and Gil Rappaport, executive
director.
Elect Judge lack M.
TURNER
EXPERIENCE

DIGNITY
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EVERYONE IN DADE COUNTY CAN VOTE FOR
JUDGE JACK M. TURNER BY PULLING
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l Adv.
Novels Will
Be Scrutinized
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will
review and contrast two novels,
"Mile 18," by Leon Uris, and "The
Wall." by John Hersey, on Tues-
day evening in the Temple auditor-
ium.
This is the last in a series of
book reviews sponsored by the Sis-
terhood and chaired by Mrs. Alex-
ander Robbins. Mrs. Harvey E.
Kramer is Sisterhood president.
A social hour and refreshments
Mill follow the program.
PULL LEVER 35B
ON MAY 8th
VOTE FOR
Carl L Llbby
Resident of So. Florida Since 1937
Board of Public Instruction
Group 3
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Mrs. Glasser
Will Chair Dinner
For Bureau Here
Mrs. Louis Glasser has been ap-
pointed chairman of the 21st an-
nual dinner of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, scheduled May 21
at the Fontainebleau hotel Al
Sherman will act as co-chairman.
The dinner will honor the six
p i pr< ents ol I i eau:
Louis Heiman. who acted
ideni from 1945-1948; Max Ml
1948-1953: Benjamin Meyi t
1954: Mrs. Matilda R
195ti; Sol Gol
:- A. Baskin, 1959-1962.
The dinner will also ssrve to
install the newly-elected officers
for the coming year. Featured
spea-cer wih b< Isaac loubin,
executive director of the Ameri-
can Assn. for Jewish Education.
Dinner committee, still in forma-
tion, includes Mrs. Joseph Abelow.
Judge Frederick Barad. M. A. Bas-
kin, Ann Berkowitz. Sue Berkowitz.
Edward Cohen. Mrs. Joseph Dun-
tOV, Ezra Finegold. Mrs. Dorothy
Kneger Fink. Melvyn Frumkes.
Sol Goldman. Dr. Philip Gotlieb.
Morris Honigbaum, Ehiel Lesowod-
er.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Upton.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Oscar Mam-
ber. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Mrs. David Muskat. Leo Robinson,
Mrs. Oida Rubin. Manuel Solomon.
Mrs. Alfred Stone. Joe Zalis.
Friday, April 27. 1962
Tenth Annual
Banquet for
Israelite Center
Tenth annual banquet of the
Israelite Center on Sunday at the
flerhng hotel will be dedicated to
the religious school. Dinner chair-
man is Lewis Pomerantz. school
principal.
Bringing greetings will be Hy-
inan Kirsner. president of the Cen-
ter; Bernard I. Gilbert, co-chair-
man of the board of education;
Ronald Katz. youth director; and
Mrs. Herbert Zisman, head Sun-
day school teacher.
Also to speak are Rabbi Mortc\
Malavsky. spiritual leader of the
Center; Rabbi David Shapiro, of
Hollywood, vice president of Rab-
binical Assn. of Greater Miami; and
Louis Schwartzman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Hy Fried and his orchestra.
Napoleon Reed, star of the show,
-and comedian Bobby Fields will en-
tertain.
In conjunction with the dinner, a
journal has been published. Chair-
men were Lewis Pomerantz and
Chester Leiter, with honorary
chairman, Charles Fidelman.
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (left), chairman ol President
Kennedy's Committee for Equal Employment Opportunities,
studies a statement commending him for obtaining pledges
of "no discrimination in employment" from 15 large national
companies. The statement, drafted by Alan Shecter (right),
Miami advertising executive, was presented to the Vice Pres-
ident prior to an American Jewish Congress dinner in Balti-
more early this month at which Johnson was honored for his
humanitarian efforts in 1961. The Vice President predicted
that "more strides in civil rights will be made by the Ken-
nedy Administration than have been made in the past 30
years-"__________________________________________________________i
Party to Honor
Dr. Max Arzt
A cocktail party in honor of Dr.
Max Arzt will be given on Ttturs-
clay, May 10, 5:30 p.m., at the
hcme of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lef-
court.
Assisting will be Rabbi Norman
N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth
David Consreaation. and Phill'p
Schiff, president of the congrega-
tion.
Dr. Arzt, world renowned schol-
ar and rabbi, is vice chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, and will be speaking
at a Beth David gathering for the
first time.
The Seminary is th* fountain-
head of Conservative Judaism, in-
cludes the United Synagogue Of
America and the Rabbinical Assem-
bly of America, and sponsors the
Eternal Light radio series.
DR. MAX ARZT
Hall Vows Aid to So. Florida
Calling Appeal Volunteers
Dade county chapter of the Leu-
kemia Society, witn offices a' ?19
Congress bldg.. this week sent out
a call for volunteers for the an-
nual Dade county neighborhood ap-
peal on May 26 and 27.
Charles "Chuck" Hall, candidate
for Congress in the new Third Con-
gressional District, says that '"six
of my 12 platform planks concern
matters of extreme local import-
ance to Dade county and Florida
at large."
"Of primary importance." Hall
feels, "is the need to obtain the
utmost in governmental contracts
for Florida's industrial and space-
;ilc installations." His ability "to
work with the Florida team in Con-
gress will stand me in good stead,"
he states.
Now serving on the Dade County
Commission, Hall promises "ag-
gressive representation of South
Florida's interests for the home-
owner, taxpaver. senior citizen the
tourist industry and commerce."
He stresses "the immediate need
for the senior citizen provided hv
for th senior citizen provided by
private enterprise and with proper
Government cooperation.**
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J3<*r As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas AAitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas AAitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
fcr the occasion.
i
Jeffrey Apple Pvrothy GoMs'ein
Jeffrey Apple
i y. son (pi Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
Apple, 5536 Maagiore. Coral
-.. will be Bar Mitzvah on
morning. Apr. 28, at
le Judea, with Rabbi Morde-
c.i I'odct officiating.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
honor student at Ponce de Leon
Junior High.
His parents will host the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday evening and the
Kuldush following the ceremony on
Saturday.

Dorothy Goldstein
Bas Mitzvah of Dorothy Ann,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Goldstein, will be celebrated Sat-
urday morning. Apr. 28, at Temple
Emanu-El, with Dr. Irving Lehr-
man officiating.
An eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, Dorothy studies
music, ballet and drama.
Kiddush following the service
and a reception in her home in the
evening will be held in her honor.
Labor Zionists
Will Give Assist
To Twin City
Labor Zionist groups of Great-
er Miami will hold a social function
Saturday evening at Fontainebleau
hotel.
Purpose of the event will be to
express support of "Kirvat Mi
Ami," newest project of the Jew-
ish National Fund of Greater
Miami.
"Kiryat Mi Ami" is the name
of this community's twin city to
be built in the Negev of Israel with
the support of Greater Miami Jew-
ry.
Ezra Finegold, chairman, said
that the following labor groups will
participate: Ben-Gurion Farband,
Bialik Farband, Lebediker Far-
band, Ben-Zvi Farband, Chaim
Greenberg Poale Zion, and Histad-
rut.
All pioneer Women's groups, in-
cluding Beba Idelson, Golda Meir,
Kadimah. Eilat. Tikvah. Coral
Gables, Pioneer Women Club 1 and
Pioneer 2, will also participate.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
spiritual leader of the Israelite
Center, and president of Greater
Miami Rabbinical Assn.
Chairman of the evening is Jos-
eph Zuckerman, president of Lebe-
diker Farband. Serving with him
(in the arrangements committee
are co-chairmen: Max Astor, Sam
J.nkson, Solomon Parness, Dr.
Isaac Untcrman and Dr. Simon
\\ ilensky.
Beth Jacob Boy
Wins Top Award
Leon Perlstein, an honor student
at Beth Jacob Hebrew school, has
received the Ner Tamid Award
from the National Council of the
Boy Scouts of America.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Perl-
stein, 727 2nd st., Miami Beach,
Leon attends Ida M. Fisher Junior
High.
Presentation of the award, high-
est in the Boy Scouts of America
for Jewish members, was made by
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern on Thurs-
day morning.
Arnold Wiesel
Dr. I: I.ehrman will of:
at the Bar .Mitzv;ih of Arnold Leon,
sun of Mr and Mr-- Terry Wiese1
on Saturday morning, Apr. '.i a:
Timple Emanu-El.
Arnold is m the seventh grade
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High.
where he is class treasurer and a
member of the Brush and Palette
Club. He is studying the guitar,
dancing and art, and plays football
and basketball.
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the Di
Lido hotel.

Joseph Sholomith
Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs Hy-
man Sholomith, 324 Washington
ave.. will be Bar Mitzvah at Con-
gregation Beth Jacob on Saturday,
Apr. 28. with Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
officiating.
A sixth grade student at South
Beach Eelementary, the Bar Mitz-
vah will attend Ida M. Fisher Jun-
ior High in the fall.
*
Ronald Wenig
Saturday morning services, Apr.
28. at Temple Ner Tamid will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Ronald
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Wenig. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
will officiate.
Ronald is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and the Temples re-
ligious school.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low the ceremony.
*
Steven Rose
Temple Menorah will be the site
of the Bar Mitzvah service of Stev-
en Marc Rose, son of Dr. and Mrs.
B. L. Steinberg, 1230-97th st., on
Saturday morning, Apr. 28. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will officiate.
Steven is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and in the graduating
class of the Temple's Hebrew
school.
A dinner and reception in his
honor will be held in the evening
at the Barcelona hotel.

Donald Weinkle
Donald Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Weinkle, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Davids Sat-
urday morning services on Apr. 28.
A seventh grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High, Donald
plays the guitar, and is a baseball
enthusiast.
His parents will sponsor the Kid-
dush on Saturday morning.

Jason Helfman
Jason, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ar-
hur Helfman, will be Bar Ml zvah
n Saturday morning. Apr. 28, at
Beth Torah Congregation, with
Rabbi Max I.ipschitz officiating,
The celebrant is a student at
North Miami Beach Junior High
and is in the graduating class <>!
Beth Torah's religious school.
Joseph Sholomith Arnold Wiesel
/Mork Posfe/nek
Kiddush in his honor will follow
the ceremony.
*
Mark Postelnek
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Mark, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Postelnek.
1500 Bay dr., on Saturday morn-
ing, Apr. 28, at Temple Beth Sho-
lorn.
Mark is a student in Beth Sho-
lom confirmation class 5724.

Bruce Tucker
The Bar Mitzvah of Bruce, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tucker,
3281 NW 16th st., will be celebra-
ted during services Saturday morn-
ing, Apr. 28, at Congregation Beth
El, with Rabbi Solomon Schiff of-
ficiating.
Honor Dedicated
Public Service
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CIRCUIT JUDGE
Pit. Pol." \>l\.
Berns to Speak
At Dade Heights
On Wednesday, 9 p.m., Hendrik
J. Berns, WGBS news analyst and
editor of the Miami News, will be
guest speaker at Dade Heights
Jewish Congregation under the au-
spices of the Biscayne chapter of
the American Jewish Congress.
Berns, who won the Brotherhood
award of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews in 1958, will
speak on "Blunder from the
Right."
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Passover holidays have beet me a pleasant fliin^ry tjje smaller, spot:
around town start picking up in business. For instance, M'flS the Pom-
peii room dimming its lights after Johnny llatbis' departure, the Eden
Roe Harry's American Bar. featuring two excellent bands. Steve Alaimo
and Luis Varona. quickens its dancing tempo. Also, the magnificent
dona Lisa rocm at the same hotel, with its .-trolling musicians and
singers, lures the gourmets and sippers.
The Dipomat's Tack room features the dance music of Mandy
Campo and alternating groups.
The Peppermint Lounge still holds the spotlight for the twist
devotees, with the latest band there, Joey ar.d the Twisters, making
their first local appearance after winning plaudits for their hit rec-
ord, "Short Shorts," and a recent appearance on Dick Clark's TV
Bandstand show.
Last of the big-name stars in town, Sammy Davis, concludes his
record-breaking stand at the Deauville Casanova room Sunday. Extra
added attraction on the bill is the riotous comedy duo of Allen and
Rossia.
There'l be a bigger audience, especially weekends, at the smart
Club Gigi, of the Featainebleau. to enjoy superlative dining and
dancing.
Hear that Blurry Franklin is bidding for the summer services of
the very wacky husband-and-wife team of Lew Parker and Betty Kuan.
the original Bickersons of TV fame.
Joe Cohen, well-known to the native wining and dining gentry, is
greeting hundreds of his old time customer- of his former Beef and
Bird at his smart new Rathskeller in the cellar of the Congress Airport
motel. Large parties an invited, with excellent catering facilities on
the premise t< rve them well.
* *
THE SPORTS SCENE: Bayshr.re regulars Harr> Auslander, Vi<
Friedman. Charlie Schwartz, and Ben Rachlin taking a crack at the
Dora! course. All report the course in tip-top shapi
Schwartz surprising all. including himself, w ty 94. That's i
better than he's scored recently at Bayshort and hi
the many water hazards I al dot Doral's magnifii ni layout.
Louis Jordan, the awning tycoon, showing vasl improvement in his
Bay-horc game, after some very instructive pointers from veteran
pro John Smith. Also a vastly improved player: Jerry B.. the
other day Parry Glick. <'. North Miami Beach, put in an appearance
at Ba ore. ai birdies on lh< W< und up
with a 34 nt i Had a 72 par roi tht a
Never saw any golfer practice as much as Dave "the Boss"
Gelman. He must hit at least 200 practice hots every late afternoon
at Bsyshore. Ask Dave if practice is paying off when he playk tn
his regular Sunday fourscme.
Did you : that Julius Boros. the pr "o. is
the son-in-law of Bayshore and Normandj Shon 5'
Boros is t g the leaders in the n
capture q lite a few of the big ones includinj rican at
Tarn O'Shanter not so long ago.
Sir.cc sports l lods dealer Jerry Kimbail has put in a stock of
bags under his own name, they are going like wildfil
* -tc
MOVIES ARE BETTER: Mayfair Theatre Onl> Two
Play." starring Peter Sellers, has done a landslide business al the b.o
and has been held over. Friends of curs, seeing the movie on different
nights, report packed houses. Mai Zetterling and Virginia Masked are
femme co-stars.
The foreign picture Oscar winner. "Through a Glass Darkly," al
the Normandie. has created plenty of controversial comment, with its
off heat plot and characterizations, typical of Swedish director-producer
Ingmar Bergman's touch.
, Three performances daily are offered at the Lincoln, presenting
the dramatic smash, "Judgment at Nuremberg." The film starts at
1:45, 5:45 and 8:55. Be sure to see it from the beginning. It offers,
of course, Maxmillian Schell, the winner of the Oscar acting award,
plus an array of screen greats, Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Judy
Garland, to name a few.
Still moving along at a heroic pace at the Roosevelt is "El Cid."
with the sure-fire combination of Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren.
All seats are reserved. Performances at 2:30 and 8:30.
"State Fair," with its hummablc tunes and top cast, including Pat
Boone. Bobby Darin. Pamela Tiffin, Ann Margaret, Tow Ewell. and
Alice Faye. holds over at the Carib, Miami. Miracle and 163rd St.
Theatres.
And if you've missed some of the real fine films when they played
the first run houses, keep an eye peeled on the Cameo attractions.
That Washington ave. house plays twin bills at bargain prices. Best
movie buy in the nation.
-tr.-tr.-k
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Gloria Swanson holding down the
-i.ir spot in the latest Coconut Grove Playhouse footlight presentation,
"The Inkwell." The play, written by Harold J. Kennedy, also features
the playwright in the co-starring role, opposite Miss Swanson. Louis
Kirtiand. Carlton Kartell. Jeanette Leahy, Marshall Breeden, Sharon
il and Bruce McLa ighlin are also prominently cast in the pre
Broadway shov i
Opera Guild of Miami is si igin La Tra ala at the Dad
Ul Auditorium, on May 6. at 3 p.m.. ,i- a yoi '.' n \< Ct. All -
bly priced, ant! the Verdi master] eci rthv
for the ,-inclined surfeit \
rock ai d r ill r
* -tc
ON TH3 DINING CIRCUIT: Mann] Sag.

the old Park -.
I the Embers, ith it.
Art Bruns startv the J-oanese St-ak Moose ?t Miomi Springs
Villas mere for than any thins else. Now he's got a bio, fat
winner on hii. ha-ds v. rustomers waiting in line to tjot in.
I'd and
is attend I
renc< rJ
Ann-Margret undergoes a change oi costume and chctacter
as she reveals the two sides of every woman in "Isn't it Knda
Fun," one of the lavish production numbers from State Fair."
The Rodgers and Hammerstein cinemusical, in color, co-stars
Pat Boone, Bobby Dcr;n, Tom Ewell and Alice Faye, now in
its second week at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street
Theaters.
Gurion Branch Meeting Slated
Ben-Gunon Branch of Farband
will meet Wednesday evening, May
2. at the Farband Cultui
842 Washington a\c
Max Astor, president, -
meeting will be devoted to (I
in of the 4mh anni
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sachs,
diatt past I'i'i sid< nl ol the
Manuel Burstein, : iltural
chairman, will be in ch.
program. L. Mann, vice j lent,
i- chairman ol thi i rrar ments
c nimittee.
Mrs. Rose Rosen-
i ; Elath chap;, r I Pi met rVom
n. will present s group r -
S Wexler will nt-
In additon, 4! nev memb will
installed into Ben Gurion
Branch.
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something new in dining...
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FISH MARKET
Handsomest Seafood Restaurant
anywhere in the world!!!
LUNCHEON from BBC
SERVED FROM 11:45 A.M.
DINNER from 225
Semi ownership is COCKTAIL LOUNOI Ample
ftmouj Tony Sweet's fHONB (whine, spec*
Restaurant 865-8688 pftmnti
1900 N. Bay Causeway (79 St Causeway) Miami Beach
OPEN EVERY NIGHT MELL&!
Ph. UN 6 5278
Strictly Kosher
CATERING
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7446 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
"fADY-TO-GO" COOKID FOODS
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Friday. April 27, 1962
* lw*nnrMg?*n
Page 153
JYS Planning
Annual Meeting
Jewish Vocational Service will
hold its annual membership meet-
ing Wednesday. May 23, according
lo Clemen J. Ehrlich, president of
the organization.
Ehrlich this week announced
numbers of the program commit-
tee, who will include Marshall S.
Harris, chairman. Mrs. Jack Cher-
i.au, Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg,
Jerome Greene, and Albert J.
liirsch.
Jewish Vocational Service is a
beneficiary agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and a
member of the Welfare Planning
Conc i '>:." '
Dr Michael Goodman is execu-
tive director ot the agency.
Zionists Plan
Anniversary Fete
Greater Miami Districts of the
Zionist Organization of America
( computing plans for a com-
munity-wide Israel Independence
Day celebraton on Tuesday even-
ing, May 8
The event :) which the public is
invited to attend, will take place
?t 8:30 p.m at the Miami Beacti
Senior High School Auditorium, ac-
cording to .'.>- 'pti Mechlow. chair-
man of the celebration.
Al Ossip. a tormer president ot
the Miami Beach Zionist District,
and for several years program
chairman, will be toastmaster.
Special Israel entertainment is be-
in^ planned. Program for the even-
ing is being arranged by the dance
troupe of the South Florida Zion-
ist Youth Commission Senior Judea
group.
Ezra Finegold. veteran Zionist
leader of Miami Beach, has been
appointed vice chairman of the
event and Sidney Raymond, board
member of the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District, has been appointed to
coordinate the congregations ot
Smith Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Joseph M. Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., receives the WGBS Radio Award of Appreciation
and Meritorious Service from station manager, Bernard E.
Neary (right). Lipton i* a South Florida civic leader and sav-
ings and loan authority. In addition, for the past 15 years,
acting for Dade Federal Savinqs, he has been patron of the
annual Dade county "Outstanding Citizens Award" sponsor-
ed by Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
UM Youth, 21.
Succumbs Here
Jerry Lee Spector, 21-year-old
student at the University of Miami,
died Friday. Apr. 20. A junior at
the U of M, and a student leader,
tl Miu umbed to cancer.
Mr. Specter was on the cabinet
of the Undergra luate Student Gov-
ernment ami ser id a- co set ret
of cultural affairs, lie was ranked
second in inner competition in Del
ta Sigma Pi business fraternity.
A native Miatnian, he was a
grandson of pioneer South Flori-
da builder Sam Spector and of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dock,
pioneer Miamians and charter
Beth David members.
A graduate of Miami Senior High
School, he was a member of the
Intergroup Youth Council of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews there, a president of
Initcd Synagogue Youth of Betn
David, and vice president of Miami
AZA 322 of the B'nai B'rith Ytjuth
Organization.
He is survived by his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Spector; a
brother, Morris; sister, Mrs. Fran-
ces S. Kahn; and his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spector, all of
Miami.
Services were in Gordon Fun-
eral Home.
Chappell Drives
For Commission
Dan Chappell. candidate for
, C.iunty Commissioner representing
District 2. in a speech before sev-
eral hundred campaign workers
: and friends at his headquarters
Inay nuhi. reiterated his pledge
I to put "heart" into Metro govern-
ment, and outlined his plans to
open a full-time County Commiss-
ion office "so that the good people
lining in District 2 can bring their
problems and complaints to their
commissioner without running
down to the courthouse and then
t;g to get on the agenda."
Chappell said "Metro government
can and will work if it's understood
by the people, and it belong to all
the people.
The Metro ship can sail smooth-
i\ it has a good rudder, and I
nk that my experience in gov-
ment can provide the balance
I to keep it on an even keel."
Chappell has been a resident ot
Dade county for 35 years. He is an
ittnrnev i banker, and a leading
i businessman
LEGAL NOTICE
Pittsburgh Rites
For Dr. Moseson
Rabbi Solomon I. Moseson. spiri-
tual leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
Pittsburgh, Pa., died in the Monte-
fiore Hospital there on Apr. 22 at
the age of 49.
A 1934 graduate of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, Rabbi Moseson had served
in the pulpit of Beth Sholom for the
past seven years.
Surviving are his wife. Rose, sis-
ter of Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Miami Beach; a
daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Whitman;
and two grandchildren
Dr. and Mrs. Lehrman attended
the services in Pittsburgh on
Apr. 23.
Mrs. Rosenthal
Des at Age 57
Gertrude L. Rosenthal. 57.
ot S3.; Venetian Way. died Apr. 20.
she came here 36 years ago from
Bridgeport. Conn., and was a grad-
uate of the Columbia University
School of Dental Hygiene.
One of the first licensed dental
hygienists in Florida, she was a
member of Westview Country
Club. Temple Israel Sisterhood,
Council of Jewish Women, Hades-
sah. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Auxiliary, and Brandeis Univer-
sity Auxiliary.
Surviving are her husband. Dr.
Albert E.. past president of the
Florida East Coast District Den-
tal Society; a son. Dr. Eugene P.;
a daughter. Mrs. Robert H. Vatz;
and two grandchildren. She also
eaves her mother, Mrs. Rose Lang.
Serv.ces were Apr. 22 in Gordon
Funeral Home.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4371
CAROL I- i"i >l.i^t ITT
I'lulnliri
\s
!.;ii-i.-vi.- ,-, ii.lil'ITT.
I lefendant.
Tl l I'.ugeue i'. Colqultl
Route :. Dudei ill.-. Alubiima
You, Kti'-rn. c Colquitt art1 here-
'.\ notified that a Hill < for Divorce him been filed agnjnsl
you, and you are required t" nerve a
cop) of your Answer oi Pleading to
th lllll of i 'omplainl on the plaint -
l*fn Attorney, Max a tioldfarb, 507
Itiscayne Blrig., Miami, Florida and
flii 'l......ifclnal Answer or Plendlng
in th i.in......f Hi.- Clerk the Clr-
nil i 'oui i on or befoi. the (8th day
.1 May, ISB2. if you f:>iI to do s...
j i.ii-m. ii b> default will be taken
ngulnsl vou for the relief demanded
in Hi. BUI < Complaint,
This ii..11. nhuli be published .....
.-Mill week ror four consecutive week*
:n THE JEWISH El ( M'.IMI \\
l"i\K AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, tin.- 2Srd day ..f April, A.l>
IU62
i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circull Court, Dade County, Florida
taeal) B> : M l" wai.akis
1 >eputj Clerk
MAX \ tioLDFARIi
307 l M m a> ii. Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
l 27, .". l-ll -1
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Iff HKKEKY tllVEN that
thi underpinned, desiring to encase In
business under the fictitious name of
rONSTITI'TloN I.lit: INSURANCE
VtiENt'Y al 126.10 N E. nth A.. N
Mil mi, Florida Intend), to r.-t-: i~t i
said name "i:li th.- I'lerk of the Clr-
ii; i '..in i ..i 11 ..I. Cnunty, i orlda,
I- ItAXK I" H'OLAS
I 27, :. i-l l -|v
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6ZC 4435
IHHER REALTY, IN('., and
MELVIN J. SSOLLER and
i' \ l;i il.YN II. ZOLLER,
Plaintlffa,
va
ill.I.EN. the wir,- ..t
ROBERT W. dl.l.KN", SI:., deceased,
unknown apouae ol ci'i.lk.n
if .-in- has remarried and the reapei
live unknown hairs of ROBERT W.
i 'ii.i .en. sit., ami all other persona
claiming by, through, under or against
thi i parties, all ol whose residences
are unknown, and LESTER I. DAY
an.I DAY, his wife,
I tefendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CULLEN, Hi. wifi ..f
ROBERT \V. Cl'LLEN, BR de-
i i ased, unknown sp >use of
Tl LKN if she hi remarried and
the respective unknown heirs of
RC IBERT VV. Cl'LLEN, SR ..ml all
other persons claiming by, through,
under or against these parties, all
..; whose residences ari unknown
ADDREKS cnknown
Yol" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Complaint for Foreclosure has been
riled agalnsl you up..a the mortgage
covering the following described prop-
ert |
Lot 1. 111... i. l. rin >PICAL GAR-
DENS ESTATES, according to the
Plat thereof, aa recorded In Plat
Book 58, at Page 74, of the Public
Records of Dane County, Florida,
and you are required i" serve a oopj
.?f your Answer to the Complalm on
plaintiffs' attorney, A. BUDD 'l T-
LER, 70S Ain-l.y Building, Miami 32,
Florida, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Cln ull
..mi ..ii or before the 28th daj ol
May, 1962) or a Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
DATED at Miami. Dade Countv,
Florida, this 24th day of April, 1962.
!:. H. L.EATHERMAN
i "l.-rk ..I i 'i:. -1.1 i "...in
Miami, l >ade Count). F lorlda
(seal) Bj M. CAVAl.ARId
Deputy t 'i.i k
4 27, 5/4-11-18
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4437
BARBARA KAYE RI'REJREOEN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ISRAEL SPREJREOEN,
I i.-l.-mlalit
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, isi:ai:i. SPREJREOEN, are
hereb) notified thai a BUI ol Con -
plaint for Divorce ha.- been filed
agalnsl you, and you are required
serve > copy of your Answer or P
lag to the Bill ..I Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney, Martin s Saxon,
I'L'n 71 sl Street, Miami Beaeh, Fior-
ds and file the oi igtnal Answer o '
Pleading In the office "f the Clei
th,- i"ii. nil Col rl "ii ..I bef..... the 28th
:,iy ..i Miu 1982, It you fail to .1" -
t default "ill bi taken
against you for the relief den
ii i hi I Ull of i '..mpl i t
This ii"' ce shail be publishi I
. a. h week for four insi cutlvi wei
in THE JEWISH l"L' PRIDIAN
DONE AND I iRl >KKKI I al V > .
Florida, this ^iiii day of Api il A i >.
1962
E B LEATHERMAN, i
Circuit Court, l lade Coun I
iseal) Bj k. M LYMAN
Deput] i "lei k
MARTIN S. SAXON
1 220 "1st St iv. t
Miami Beach, 11
Attorm foi Plaintiff
1 27, 5 1-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55477-A
IN RE: Estate of
UENNIE l. i:ili iWN
I 'eceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or l'man.is Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present an)
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. mas have agalnsl the
estate .t BENN1E .1 BROWN de-
ceased late "i Dade County, Florida,
ii. ih- Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices in in.- County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within itx
i-alendar months from the date of the
tir.-i publication hereof, Bald clalma
or demands to contain the legal ad-
ii esa of i ii" claimant and to be sw in
to and presented as aforesaid, i r same
will be barred.
l late April -' I, A D. 1982.
II a l:l;Y Ji IE BRl IWN
As K\. in.: l I thl Last Will and
Testament of BENNIE .1 BROWN
Deceased.
HENRY NORTON
Attoi ii.> for K\ cutor
i 27, 5 4 -11 -1 <
LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4424
HARRY I.ITTMAN.
Plaintiff,
i:i >sk LITTMAN,
va.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
rO: ROSE I.I I "I'M AN
j I is Washington Avenue
Bronx, Naw York
Ynii are hereby notified that a
.miplaiiit for Divorce has been fltod
igalnat you, and you are required m
rive a cops "f your Answer thereto
.ii I'laintlfi's attorney, EOQBNE J.
A KISS. In7 Lincoln Road, Miami
each, Florida, and file the .aiKinil
n ih. office of the Clerk of the dr-
ill Court "ii or before the 28th da)
May, 1961, or a default will be
ken against ou.
Ith day .f April. IMS.
E B I. VTHERMAN, i'lerk
I I.. SNEFJDEN
11, puty Clerk
4/i7, /4-ll-18
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Ih HKRKHY HIVEN that
the mi'l.'isitii.-.i. deslrlua t.> engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COOLAIR Ct>XDITH)NINf! A RE-
ItlOERATH IX SERVICE ill 7:!l 5th
Miami Beach Intend i" regl ter
.....I name with the Clerk of thi I'lr-
.iiii Court of Dade County, Florida
ISA A.' Mi INCAH2
KAIL Mi >N( 'ARZ
HENRY SAI
HARRY X.l K I'.RNIi'K
Al li.ltiri I. r ixvn.-i s
I2n i iii."in i:.....i
Miami Beaeh
_____ i -7. :. i-11 iv
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4377
Ml'RRAY Cl ARI'El.1.1.
Plaintiff,
vs.
HELEN OIARDELLI,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IIKLEN OIAKI'KLLI
201:. IMh Street
Astoria .">. Long Island
New York
You, HELEN OIARDELLI are h.re-
b) notified that a Mill of ComplHint
for Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required t. serve copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, oitR a i.azah, 407 Lincoln
lto.nl. Suite UK, Miami Reach. Flor-
ida and file thi- original Answer ^v
Pleading In the office of th* Clark of
the Circuit Court on or before the
28th day of May, IMI. If your fail
to do s... judgment by d.-fault win
be taken agalnsl you fur the i.li.-t
demanded in the tun of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onci
each week for four consecutive week
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, ibis SSrd da) of April. a.i>
IMI
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circull Court, Dade County. Florida
(aeal) Bj i. SNEEDEN
Deputs Clerk
ORR s LAZAR
in? Lin... in Road, Suite UK
Miami Beach, I- la -IE 2-H !
Attoi ne) s for Plaintiff
i ::. 5 i-ii-iv
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55825 A
IN in-: Estate of
Si >FIE KARY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoi and Ml Personi Haj
Ing Claims .... Demands Agalnsl Said
Kstate:
You ne hereb) notified and re-
quired i" presenl an) claimfi and de-
mand! which you ma) havi agalnsl
hi esl i" "i S( i| IE KARY di i ..- .1
i.ii. of Dade County, Florida, lo the
County Judges ol Dade County, and
i the -.nil.- in duplicate and as pro-
v i.i.-.I in Section J 13 16, Floi Ida Stai
in. s. in their offices in the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within s.\ calendar months from thi
time of the fiist publication hereof,
Or till Ml. "ill be bill IV.i._
Dated al Miami. F'lorida, tin. 23rd
da) of April. A 11. 1962.
JOSEPH BOHM
As Executor uf thi Estati ol
Sofia Km.
NVELLISCH .v DOCtJHFJRTY
Attorney for thi s>tati of Sofle Kar)
1418 Ci 'iini ess Building
Miami, Florida
______________________ I 27, J l-ll-is
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4310
.1 Al '111: FoRMAN.
Plaintiff,
\ s
HERMINE FORMAN,
1 'efeiulanl.
TO: ll.-i mine Forman
efapoieiano, Kell> A-
s.n-coman, Attornays,
141 Wall Street.
Klngaton, New York
You are hereby nolifie.l thai ;. BHI
uf Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you .ir.- re-
qulred to serve a cop) "i youi An-
bWer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
MARVIN M. C.REEN, 612 71sl SI .
.Miami Beach II, Florida; and fll< the
original Answei or Pleading In the
"Hi. of the Clerk ol the "ii cull
Court ......i before im 18th da) ..f
Ma). 1962. If you fall lo do so, | idi
i. in b) default III be taken against
you for th. relli i
Hill of Complaint
This notice shall
el,eh Week for foUl
ii THE JEWISH
demanded in th
be published nnci
consecm hre -. i. -
r L.ORIDI \N
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, i ii is. 80th das of Aoril! A I'
1962,
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circull Court, Dade County. Ftortda
(aeal) Bs K M i.yman
I'ejHilN i'lerk
MARVIN M illlKKN. Attorncv-at-Lnw
111^ Tlsl Street
Miami Beach, I'la UN 5-lflti
Attorne) for Plaintiff
i IT, I l-ll-is
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT 0 =
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4E07
JACQCEL1NE c.i nil- REY.
Plaintiff,
vs
LLOYD JAMES GODFREY,
I '. f. in lain
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ii : I.I.i iYI i JAMES m IDFREY
Address L'nknown.
You. Lloyd .lam.s Godfrey, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plain! for Dlvorci lias bean filed
agalnsl you, ami you are required :
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing I., the Bill of Complaint on il a
Plaintiff's nttorney, Charlotte i Bar-
kan. 232 Pan American Buildang. Mi-
ami ;;-. Florida and Hie the original
Answer oi Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circull Court on or
before the i'mii day of May, 1962. if
\ ..ii fall to do so. Judgment b) de-
fault "ill be taken agalnsl you "for
lb. relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint
Tit..- notice -hail be pui.ii.-h.-i oa>ce
pach week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: .1 KWISH I I.i HM M AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ibis 2&th day ..f April A 1 >.
1962
E B LEATHERMAN, clerk.
Circull Court. Dade ounty, 1'o.iida
is.all B) K. M l.YMAN
I iipiltv Clerk
i MALI.i ITTE l BARKAN
232 Pan American Bank Building
Miami :;l'. I- lorida
Vttorm > rm Plaintiff
l 27, 5/4-11-18
--------------------------------------------
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4288
.MAN KLEIN,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
Ri >SE KLEIN
I ". fi in Li li t
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
You, ROSE KLEIN, 1040 North
i :.n.-.. Avenue, Apartment No, 3.
i.< s Angeles 16, California, are have-
b) notified th. i a Bill of Complaint
for dlvi : ha- b, en riled against
you, ami you are required to aei
cop) of your Answer or Pleadll
ili. Kill of Complaint on the plain-
tiff* attorney, Harold Shapiro, :'7
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and fill th.....iginal Answer >>r Plead-
ing in the offli i of ih. i'lerk of the
i "i cult Court, on or before the isth
d j "t May, 1962. If you fall to do
so, judgmeni by default will be taken
nal you foi the relief demanded
in th. Dill of Complaint.
DONE \NH ORDERED at Miami
F'lorida, this 19th da) of April. 196:'.
!: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i 'Ircull Court, I >ade Count). I loi Ida
la. il) By: I. BNEEDEN
p. put) Clerk
t 4/17, 5/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4522
hi'HAKLKS SCHWARCZ and
HELEN si'iiw Al:./.. hi- wifi .
Plaintiffs,
va,
iiii i.m \s ii mills and
Ql BEN E. MILLS, his wife, ^JJ
and WILLIAM .n i kw osin
and JOSEPH 1 >' IRl 'SIN.
Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: WILLIAM N IH>KtMIN
420 North Wood Amniir
Linden, New Josso)
and
Ti i Ii iSI'.l'H DORi IH1N
628 North Av enue
Jersey City, New Jersey-
Y-il' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a i'oinplaint to Foreclose Mortgage
on the following described property:
The North >lli feel of laH 11, "of
RANDOLPH ACRES, according to
in. Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book II, ai Page 26, "f the Public
It. ."..Is of lia.l. County, Florida;
ha.- been brought agalnat you, and
you a>. hereb) notified to serve a
copj of youi answer m pleading upon
JAMES F. POLLACK, Attorney for
Plaintiffs, ::Tis West Flagler street.
Miami 44, FloHdii. and file the orig-
inal in the office of thi Clerk of the
| "ircull Court of I lad. County, I'lor-
i.ia. ..ii or li. for. the 28th day of May.
1962, otherwise the allegations of said
Oumuialnl grill be taken as confessed
b) v..ii
DATED al Miami. Dade Countv.
Florida, this iT.tli .lav of April. 12
E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Conn. Dade County, F'lorida
seal) B) K M l.YMAN"
i leput) i 'lerk
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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and TKf JEWISH WEEKLY lume 35 — Number 17 Miami. Florida, Friday. April 27. 1962 Two Sections — Fiice 2"' Foreign Anti-Semites Bolster Neo-Nazism, Bonn Declares •^ %  .u.... I..IJ kink nffir* in the NlZ B ONN — (JTA) — Right-w.ng organizations in the Federal Republic'of Germany are on the decline, but ncoizia ;ind neo-Fascists outside Germany are workina hard •/bolster the hard core of German reactionary and racist organizations, it developed here this week from a report compiled by the Ministry of the Interior. Some of the sources of foreign encouragement given •o right-wing organizations in this country were identil,ed in the Ministry's survey as the Jeune Europe Move,nt centered in Switzerland and France; the so-called Northern European Ring, with headquarters both in Germany and in Scandinavia; the European Social Movement, operating out of Sweden; offshoots of the American Nazi Party and other right-wing groups in the United States; propaganda emanating from Cairo; and "liaison" eroros in this country linked to anti-Semites and former Nazis in Communist East Germany. Some of the East German groups, and those in Cairo, are flooding the West German splinter groups of neo-Naihi with anti Semitic materials and with propaganda demanding West German "neutralism" coupled with pro-Russian and anti-Israeli attitudes. High officials in East Germany, both in political life and in the army, are known to have held high office in he Nui Party before the end of World War II. The Cairo activities are under the aegis of Johannes von Leers, a former Nazi official working for the Nasser Government as a "specialist" in anti-Semitism and anti-Israel propaganda. Extensive inquiries, according to the Interior Ifsnit* trv have shewn that the German right-wingers have r.ot yet succeeded in establishing unity among themselves, with the result that they have no central apparaus. while Continued on Page 8 A British Board Launches Fire At UN Censure LONDON — (JTA) — The antiIsraeli censure by the United N..lions Security Council was severely criticized here this week .n statement on behalf of the Board l Deputies of British Jews by Sir Barnett Janner, president of the Board. The resolution condemning Jrael for alleged '•aggressions" gainst Syria, as a result of Israel's March military action in the Lake Tiberias area, had been co-sponsored by the British and American •klegations to the United Nations. "The resolution," stated Sir Barren," cannot be described as either "hjective or just. Israel's complaint to the Security Council, concerning repeated acts of aggression vommitted by Syrian armed forces against the citizens and territory oi Israel, and of threats against Israel's territorial integrity and I olitical independence uttered by leaden of the Syrian Arab Republic, were neither challenged nor rented. Yet the Security Council's : csolution completely ignored Syria's violations of her obligations under the UN Charter and under ;he Israeli-Syrian Armistice Agreement of 1949. "In these circumstances, the Board of Deputies records its opinions that an injustice was committed by the resolution and 'eels that, instead of the resolution being • landmark in the resContinued on Page 2-A Legislators Urge Security Pact Changes to Ban Bias WASHINGTON—(JTA)—The House Foreign Affairs Committee was urged this week to write an amendment into the United States Mutual Security Act that would bar aid to any nation which discriminates against" Americans on the basis of race, religion or color. Ihe intent of the amendment is to thwart Arab discrimination agains t American Jews. The appeals came from Democratic Congressman James: effective steps have been taken by Roosevelt of California and Repub%  branch of government to rcmlican Congressman Seymour Hal-j .. (h( sjtuat i oa pern o[ New York, co-sponsors of the amendment. Jews Fear Risky Trends BUENOS AIRES — (JTA) The Argentine Jewish community girded all its forces this week to fight nco-Nazism, "Marxist nationalism," and "dogmatic" Catholic teachings in the public schools under the aegis of provincial governments. The defense campaign was the result of an extraordinary, countrywide conference of Argentina's Jewish leadership which held a 1 three-day assembly sponsored by DAIA. representative body of Argentine Jewry. The sessions, held at Cordoba, were attended by 93 Continued on Page 11-A They told the committee that a mandatory stipulation denying aid to countries which practice such discrimination is necessary because 'executive action to date has failed." Both lawmakers testified that, despite several resolutions expressing "the sense of Congress" in opposition to Arab travel bans against American Jews, no Rep. Roosevelt accused the Administration of "submitting" to a policy of Arab discrimination while, at the same time saying it was opposed in principle to such practices. Rep. Halpern, in his testimony, cited his unsuccessful attempts to get to the Saudi Arabian airfield at Dharan, built by U.S. funds, beContinued on Page 12-A 19th ANNIVERSARY OF AWESOME EVENT Mark Warsaw Ghetto Uprising In Major Capitals of World Ribicof f Due Here Saturday For Cedars Hospital Dinner U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Abraham Ribitoff, will arrive in" Miami en Saturday to speak at a Cedars of Lebanon Hospital banquet. The banquet, designated as a President's Dinner, in honor of Samuel T. Sapiro. president of Cedars of Lebanon, will be held Saturday evening at the Deauville hotel. The first governor of Jewish faith elected in New England, and by the largest plurality in the history of the State of Connecticut, is scheduled to arrive at International Airport in the afternoon with Mrs. Ribicoff. They will be met by a "Red Carpet" committee made up of prominent South Floridians in government, health, and welfare. Mayor Robert King High is expected to arrive at the ramp by helicopter to deliver his personal message of welcome on behalf of the City of Miami as TV and newsContinued on Page 6-A LONDON — (JTA' — Diplomats stationed in Warsaw visited the Jewish Historical Institute this week to attend an exhibition on the struggle and fall of the Warsaw Ghetto, in memory of the 19th anniversary of that revolt, according to information received here. In another phase of the commemoration, a photographic exhibit on life in the ghetto before the uprising was opened in the conference hall of the Jewish Cultural Association in Warsaw. Foreign delegations participated in the laying of wreaths at the. Memorial to the Ghetto Martyrs. A mass meeting was held in the National Theater. The Ida Kaminska Yiddish State Theater commemorated the Warsaw Uprising with a performance. The Board of Deputies of Bri'A ish Jews announced that a mass meeting on the anniversary will be held in St. Pancras Town Hall, in London on Sunday. The ith anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto revolt will also be comemorat. ed at the Manhattan Center in New York on Sunday. The Apr. 29 meeting will be fhe 23rd annual conference of the Council of Organizations of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. Speakers will include AvraI Continued on Paqe 11-A State Dep't. Aide Confers With Mrs. Meir JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Mini-ter. received James P. Grant, deputy assistant Secretary of State of the United States, who is in charge of Near Eastern and South Asian affairs. He is here for a three-day visit and his talks with. Israeli officials were described as "get acquainted" sessions. With others, Mr. Grant has met w.th Minister of Education Abba Eban and with Dr. Eliahu Elath, president of the Hebrew University. A number of Israeli officials attended a dinner honoring Mr. Grant, given by U.S. Ambassador Walworth Barbour. Among those attending the dinner were Minister of Agriculture Moshe Dayan and Theodor Kolleck, director of the Pr.me Minister's office. Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, special Middle East representative for the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission, who is on his secend tour of Middle East captals in an effort to help ease Arab-Israeli disagreements about possible solutions for the Arab refugee porblem, conferred for the second time with Israel's Foreign Minister. v_ rfet/icaf C_ir*r Secretary Ribicoff of fertile Kennedy Admin^traticn view on medical care for the aged Page 7-A. PASSOVER STATEMENTS PINPOINT IRON CURTAIN TRAGEDY Hit Soviet Denial of Rights to Jews AMANAM KIBKOrr NEW YORK — (JTA) — Leaders of Jewish organizations in the United States condemned this week the Soviet Union in Passover statements for the USSR's general de-: nial of religious and cultural rights to Russian Jewry and particularly for denying to Russia's 3,000,000 Jews this year the right to obtain matzohs. Statements dealing with the current situation of Russian Jewry were issued by the American Jew ish Committee; the Synagogue Council of America, the central national agency representing rabbinical and congregational organizations of Conservative, Orthodox and Reform Judaism in this country; and Mrs. Sidney Leff, national president of Pioneer Women, labor Zionist Women's Organization. On behalf of the American Jewish Committee, Louis Caplan president, pointed out that, while religious liberties are curtailed for all groups in the Soviet Union, "Soviet Jews suffer far greater handicaps and disability ties than others. No federation of Jewish communities is allowed in the USSR," Mr. Caplan noted, "and even contact and communiContinued on Page 3 A



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"riday. April 27, 1962 +Jewish ink rfid mm Page 3-B At the Apr. 11 meeting of Temple Judea Sisterhood, Mrs. Maurice Waldorf presented the slate of officers for 1962-63. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Sidney Longer, first vice president; Marvin Levin, second vice president; Leonard Kalish, president; Paul Edlow, second vice president; Jay Bearman, third vice president. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Abraham Stein, assistant corresponding secretary; Sol Greenblatt, historian; Joseph Fromkin, recording secretary; Frank Toback, executive vice president; Pauline Levick. treasurer; George Bclber. fourth vice president; Irene Fink, financial secretary. Not pictured are Mrs. David Shubow, first vice president; Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, fourth vice president; Mrs. Hy Lipson, corresponding secretary. Council Section end Division Officers Will Be Installed Here Wednesday Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, past presit of Greater Miami Section. K;>tional Council of Jewish Women, community leader, will be inalling officer at the annual intattoo luncheon of the Greater mi Section National Council of ,-h Women. The ceremonies will take place o Wednesday noon at Westview (.uuntry Club, NW 119th st. Harry Cohen Card Party Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish • Veterans. Harry H. Cohen -t. will hold a card party at the Yorker hotel on May 15 at •oon. Proceeds are tor the ReI ilitation Center at the Coral V %  %  rans Hospital. „ MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild Palmolive Mrs. Irving Miller will preside at the luncheon as Section and di' ision officers arc installed tor tin ensuing club year. Section ofiicers are Mesdames Raymond R. Rubin, president; vice presidents. William Altnian. Meyer Bi'skin, William I. Brenner. Jack Chanin, and Edwin Oppenheim: corresponding secretary, Harry Orleans; financial secretary. Harold Zeeman; recording secretary. Stani. y Wolff; and treasurer, Maxwell Il>man. Division presidents arc: Bay. Mrs. i'l Rothbart; (era;. Mr-. Beinard Yesnor; Evening, Mrs. Morris Puternick; Indian Creek, Mrs. Joseph Klein; Islands. Mrs. Dan Wax: Lincoln. Mrs. Milton Shores, Mrs. Burton GoldSmith Dade, Mrs. Marvin L. Rubin succeeds Mrs. Sidney Lewis as Section president. Q fit Sv /BHKIB MORE PEOPLE USC refreshing, calorie-fre* SuVfte SrUT THAN SUGA* tlT MO FOOD VALUI ••commended ky doctort 9m diabetics, overweights md to eat one diets. Use lor le Massage vigorously with refreshing mild palmolive lather. Rinse and pat dry. \ Repeat 3 times a day. INSTANT OR IN BAGS Tetley has that full. wonder ful "tiny little tea leaf flavor". Club Names Social Director Mrs Louis (Lynne Levin, Wesl Vfiami councilwoman ;i'"i vrtei hotel executive. last week was named social director of the new Westbrooke Country Club by club officers Sheldon Kay. Morris Fox. and Harold Pomerantz. Westbrooke. at 8500 on the Trail. is Dade County's newest familytype club featuring a cabana colony, health club and a complete 'chedul snorts, recreation and social facilities. A Dade county resident for the past 15 years. Mrs. Levin has been social director at several major resorts in the area, including the Saxony hotel. MRS. 10UIS LEVIN She is president of Florida-SaveA-Life Council, was a member of President Eisenhower's personal Woman of the Year in Dade Countraffic safety committee, won the '>' National Safety Council "Award of Mrs. Levin, her husband and Merit' in 1957. and in 1958was three children live at 6405 SW 11th nominated for Outstanding Young st. I3STE sunshine fashions trend setter in the south Shop Burd es for the South'* widest assortments be;* in va lies newest in fashion and hor-.e trends. Use ere of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to cwr. what you want when ycu want it. SKoo moiday and friday night! nvami, miami beach 'til 9 143rd itr*, ft. Iaid>d*le, west palm beach 'til 9:30 •MS. RAYMOND RUStN Peterson Urges Republican Unity Working on ;i door-to-door precinct level for the forthcoming District 3 Congressional primary is the campaign strategy of candidate i>) Peterson, local attorney, who has arranged a series of coffees, breakfasts and rallies. ;'imed at reaching the 28.000 registered Republicans in the new congressional district. Peterson this week urged all regislered Republicans "to take an increased and active interest in this important campaign.'' He has opened two headquarters. 3884 Biscayne blvd.. and at 17th ave.. and N'E 163rd st. SWEDISH MASSAGE # CABINETS • COLONICS MONDAY thru SUNDAY 9 cm. 7 p.m. 2330 BISCAYNE BLVD. Out-Calls Ph. FR 3-1252 TRAVM0RE Private Pool Beach ana Catana Colony HOTEL At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACH Write • Air. Conditioned Room* \ F<" \ e Private Beach and Pool \ information # Parking on Premiaea V end \ Cocktail Lounge \ R""' n *\ Din.ngRoom "* Entertainment JE 1-0331 Daily Per Per*. 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Friday, April 27, 1962 +Jewlst> fkriaTian Page 9-B CM ctrminalu yours, h pp T HIS IS A column about women —their clothes, their make-up, and ways of improving their appearance. But men also and often play a definite role in the fashion picture. Just pause for a moment from your fascinated examination of the lovely gowns some of our socialites wear at the many civic, philanthropic, cultural, and religious functions during the season—pause and take brief notice of the way in which their husbands and escorts have also meticulously dressed for the occasion. There will be cause for much pleasant surprise— especially as my note-taking at so many of these functions during the past months prove. Briefly, I recall: Mr Edmund Brant at the Ambassador's Ball at the Fontainebleau hotel, attired in a maroon and black brocade jacket which he had made in Hong Kong. His cummerbund and tie set were also made to match the Chinese silk satin. Mr. William Kline in an unusual white eyelet dress shirt with an eyelet lace trimming the iront. Mr. Ben Rimer's jacket, a HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES THALBROS. EPICURE paisley print of blue and black with just a touch of maroon. His shirt leatured a lace jabot front. •* i* A T THE ANNUAL Coronation Ball cf the National Children's Cardiac Hospital in the Fontainebleau: Dr. Doran Zinner in a plaid tuxedo in tones and shades of blue, with red interwoven in'.u the plaid. Charcoal colored embroidery down the front of his formal shirt gavi an unusual flair to Mr. Maurice Furman's shirt. Midnight blue with a black print for Mr. Hank Myers—the ensemble trimmed in black satin with English-style satin cuffs. For the Combined Jewish Appeal reception at the Americana hotel: Mr. Joseph Liplon's cuft links. Cats Eyes from India and set in gold A magnificent lacetrimmed shirt his choice for the evening. Mr. Al Levinson in a white-onwhite custom made shirt—his pearl tie-pin a birthday gift from Mrs. Levinson. In the reception line. Mr Shepard Broad's wool and mohair charcoal colored tuxedo jacket an outstanding creation, featuring a black satin shawl collar and black satin cuffs. Mr. A. J. Harris in a white silk shirt from Italy, showing an unusual white-on-white weave and the traditional Italian cuffs. • • • AT A 1962 Scopus Award func** tion by the American Friends of the Hebrew University: Honoree. Samuel Rothbcrg, in an tye-catching tuxedo of silk and mohair in a charcoal and black weave. His shirt choice—a lace trimmed formal. LYNN ROSIUKRAHZ AND RICHARD JACOBS Engaged Couple Honored at Fete Lynn Joyce Roscnkrantz and Richard Jacobs were honored at a reception marking their engagement at the Barcelona hotel on Sunday, Apr. 15. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosenkrantz. of Forest Hills. N.Y.. and i.a student at Syracuse Unvers;ty. Mr. Jacobs is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobs, of Miami Beach, and the Lake Tarlton Club, Pike. X.H. He is studying for his Master's degree at New Vork University. Service Center Marks 10 Years Miami Beach Servicemen's Center will celebrate its 10th anniversary in the Ocean Front Auditorium this Friday evening. Maurice Klein is director and Mrs. Rose Field (Maurice) Klein coordinator of the Center organized in April. 1D52. and sponsored by the City of Miami Beach. Highlight of the evening will be the selection of "Miss Servicemen's Center" to be chosen from this year's winners of the title "Junior Hostess of the Month." The program offered servicemen at the Center includes dancing, refreshments and games, and a monthly stage door canteen with a 10-piece orchestra, and night clt,b entertainment. Dressing room and lockers are available for swimming. Holidays include festive dinners, and the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries, Department of Florida, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sophia Lee, serve appropriate refreshments every Saturday evening and on holidays. The program is supported by contributions from local organizaions, unions, businessmen and cit zens in the area. Chairman at the Center are Peggy MacKay. Hattie Milam. Ruth IUndin, Molly Kohn, Dorothy Shultz, and Bess Cohen. Joint Installation Set Jewish War Veterans Post and Auxiliary 223 will hold joint installation ceremonies Thursday evening at West Miami Town Hall, 901 SW 62nd st. Refreshments will bo served. RirtUi. sO" azc Its a first child for Lt. Jay Sedlick and his wife. Bernice. Jeffrey Brian, 8 lbs. 10 oz., was born in Orlando, where the new father, in the U.S. Air Force, is in charge of production for movies. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. N.'than Sedlick, 221 SW 48th ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Grossman, 3173 SW 2nd st. All went to Orlando for the event, joining Mrs. Ida Weisbcrg, great aunt of th* baby boy, who had arrived from New York. • • Born in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Hollywood. Calif., a G lb. daughter to former Chicagoans, Dr. nd Mrs, Lionel Margolin, who have settled on the West coast. Mrs. Margolin is the niece of Ruth and Charles Jacobson, of Coral Gables, and was flower girl at their wedding 15 years ago. Jacobson is public relations director at Cedars of Lebanon here. COMPANION WANTED FOR ELDERLY LADY Very light duties, live in, privote room, year round. Call JE 1 0026 CANTOR-TEACHER Choir-leader, now in yearly position, seeks change. Will accept High Holidays or yearly position with or without teaching. Yeshiva graduate. Experienced. Excellent tenor voice. Married, no children. RensonobU salary. Write P.O. Box 521, Lakeland, Florida. MARKET •— — — — — —'—— — — — 1656 ALTON ROAD K.B. JE 8-1861 Printed Fabric NAME TAPES Fcr CAMP CLOTHES Ciothesflnd Institution! 5 .. per 100 (Postpaid, Quick Delivery Bend Check or Money Orcir No COD. NAME-ON CO. New Address) 57th St. & Grays Ave. Philadelphia 43, Pa. f* f\\ C MADE EASIER Wk-r 56 .7.8 WOODS Hand-Made to Match Your Set Also Complete Sets Irons & Woods Hand-Made to Fit Your Swing fZOCC'C G0LF CLUB wvrr o SERVICE 1423 PONCE DE LEON BLVD., C. G. WIDOW DESIRES ROOM AND BOARD Congenial Home with Understanding Ph. 691-4242 Honor Dedicated Public Service VOTE IN MAX KOGEN CIRCUIT JUDGE I'd. PoL Adv. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 Judge Falk Gets Bar Assn. Nod Judge Jack A. Falk, of the Criminal Court, now running for reelection in Group 2, received professional recognition and approval when members of the Dade County Rar Assn., polled as to the fitness of judges, gave him 799 votes as "well qualified." Judge Falk. who graduated from the University of Miami, and in 1950 took his Bachelor of Laws degree there, magna cum laude. was named "Citizen of the Month" in the April issue of "Evening Breeze," publication of the university's Evening Division. A veteran with the 9th Infantry Division of the U.S. First Army, he is a reserve officer, and was recently promoted to major. Judge Falk has served as president of the Downtown Optimists Ciub and a member of the Dade county ISO advisory board, and is a Slimier, an Elk and a Moose. Admitted to the Florida and Federal Bars in 1930. he served on the board of directors ot the Dade I-.ar Assr and is a member of the American Bar Assn. Judge Falk was appointed chairman of the Florida Bar grievance committee. Div. ""A" for Dade County, and in 1958 was appointed by former Gov. LeRov Collins as workmen's compensation trial judge. In 1960. Judge Falk was appointed to his present post by former Gov. Collins. He is married, the father of three children, and lives at 1835 SW 82nd ct. Maurice Klein, director, and Rose Field Klein, coordinator, discuss plans for the 10th anniversary of the Servicemen's Center of Miami Beach with Cmdr. Ernest R. Challender, of the 7th Coast Guard District. What's missin&qn these windows? lU-i > % %  ;%  % % % %  V enette bVinds Players to Rehearse Temple Emanu-El Players vill meet in S'rkin Hall on Mondav. 7:30 pm., to elect officers and directors for 19B2-63. Following a brief business meeting, the amateur theater group will rehearse for the major musical production which it will stage in late May. PROTECT FURNISHINGS ... tor harmlul effects cf sun, rain and dust on costly draperies and furniture! REDUCE WEATHERPROOFiNC COST ..insulate against wealher, all year-round, to cut heat jnd ait conditioning bills! CONTROL AIR AND LIGHT ...diffuse light softly and evenly, regulate air How precisely! 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Page 10-A +Jf*f/sfi ffcricfian Friday, April 27, 1962 NO MEMBER WILL OPENLY VOTE 'NO' LAST IN A SERIES Israel's Best Market Hope is Default By WALTER EYTAN Brussels A Belgian Fore.gn Ministry official has told me: "There have always been customs, and the European Economic Community has not increased the difficulties for exporting countries. On the contrary', since its creation the Common Market has reduced by 20 percent its external tariffs. Israel forgets this reduction, and complains that she will have to compete against Community members who pay no customs whatsoever. We are a Federation in the making' and this complaint is similar to that of the European businessman who finds out that he has to pay higher customs in Michigan than the industrialist from Illinois. An Italian diplomat: "I knowthat Italy is suspected in Israel of sabotaging her association due to conflicting citrus interests. Th.s is not true: we are not more against Israel than any of our other partners. As to your citrus exports, the Common Market has not hampered them. Israel sold $16,000,000 worth of citrus during the first six months of 1961. when the Market was in full swing, compared to $14.).000 during 1959.'' Othr diplomat and economic •ttachts complained that Israel want* • export freely bi* refuses "a become a free industrial market. They say: "Abandoning your protective tariffs would mean Israel's economic suicide. We understand this but you cannot both have your cake and eat it." Even the major Israeli sacrifice. devaluation, which has hit every Israeli in his personal comfort and based on mutual trust and cooperation. well-being, passes unnoticed and unheeded in the Market's modern oltices. Community experts told me: "We never asked Israel to devaluate her currency, nor was the devaluation the fundamental issue between us. We mentioned Israel's artificially inflated currency during talks with your experts, but we nexer undertook to accede to Israel's request for association on condition that the pound be placed on a more realistic and stable scale." Some added: "Whatever the results of the Ministerial Council, the devaluation will have helped Israel to put her economy in order and do away with the former artificial and unhealthy boosts to foreign trade." Diplomats from certain Mediterranean countries, such as Spain, Italy and Greece, claim that the difficulties caused to Israel by her exclusion from the Market must be carefully weighed against the dif1 ficulties her inclusion would cause to other Mediterranean states. For these countries. Israel represents a direct economic threat and their diplomats are. sometimes, actively lobbying against the opening of E.E.C.-Israel negotiations. One of the most serious complaints against Israel is that no one knows exactly what she wants. The Israel Foreign Ministry formula is: the start of negotiations to enable Israel to continue her trade with the Community states. This definition is too vague to satisfy the Market economists and the six-nation diplomats. On whom will Israel be able to count to support her candidacy? Tne questiOD must be divided: Who is likely to support her plea, and who is likely to raise it? The likeliest sponsor still remains France, in spite of helpful statements made by Dutch politi-' cians in recent months. France v ill probably mention the problem diring the forthcoming Ministerial Council session in Brussels. Mentioning does not mean, however, actively supporting a thing which France can hardly do. now that she has opened a new chapter in her relations with Algeria. Of the member countries of the European Economic Community, not a single one honestly and wholeheartedly supports Israel's candidacy. Not a single one is, however, prepared to admit that it opposes it. Should France, or any of the other member states, officially, press for the granting of concess1 ions to Israel, the measure may pass—not due to any positive feeling, but due to the Ministers' reluctance to admit their opposition. It would be another miracle in the line which has marked Israel since its inception. DURING THE WEB... US I SEE II WIN WITH QUINN DON'T GAMBLE WITH YOUR CHILD'S FUTURE ELECT JOHN J. QUINN Your School Board Member Continued from Page 4-A of the Republican bi-partisan hoax then, it can only follow that he is a Kennedy captive today. In either case, therefore, he has still to make his statement on the Middle East And. if it is ever to be made, it will necessarily be done in a grand flourish of resignation from his post My own view inclines toward the captive theory. 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Friday, April 27. 1962 +Jewist\fhrldkMi Page 9A DISTRICT 5 NEEDS MAN Re-Elect LEXGORDON I on ill v Commissioiick EXPERIENCE DIGNITY RESULTS THE RECORD IS CLEARTHESE WERE THE PROMISES: • to serve the interests of the people of District 5 • to bring dignified leadership to County Commission • Ho bring more efficient operation and savings to all County departments • to complete the new High School • to reduce the tax load in District 5 • to equal ire allocation of road funds with benefits to District 5 HERE ARE THE RESULTS • overwhelming support of the people of District 5 • unanimously elected Choirman of the County Commission. First District 5 man to be so honored • increased services and capital improvements in District 5 by over $14,000,000 without increasing taxes • new High School completed and in operation • one tax adjustment made already, another scheduled for July when report of Board of Equalization is released • $1,000,000 for widening Collins Ave., the largest single District 5 appropriation in history • completion of Airport Expressway • program for new East-West Expressway to MacArthur Causeway • $800,000 County Tourist Promotion fund RE-ELECT THIS IS ACTION PROOF OF PERFORMANCE ALEX <;OKIOIV pull lever 2F on May 8th FORMER SPECIAL AGENT, FBI SERVING ALL OF DISTRICT 5 MIAMI BEACH, SURFSIDE, NORTH BAY VILLAGE, BAY HARBOR ISLANDS, BAL HARBOUR, GOLDEN BEACH, SUNNY ISLES N. Pol. A4%j



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Pace 2-B 1 Jen 1stfkrrt&r Friday. April 27. 1962 Women Planning Hat Parade Grer ". Auxiliary. Jewish Home for Use Aeed. preset a Mad Hainan Parade at it* next meet..'.,; Tuesday naor: i-vKuoo;ya< MB tM AJgieMr Laurecti a-^-rKia. Auui-1. will adof wefteai Member; entering the spring booart of their ;n and produc: Hasteal background will be pred I Mn Louis Maiovsky is program chairman. Refresnmenti will be _-* n i On Thursday nooo. tne Auxiliary bold its anaual donor lunchear. at the Algiers hotel Mrs Sil\errnar. wJl gi*e the address ot and mvocauon will be Mrs. Charles Bron The donor fund, chaired by Mrs S*i Siiverman. honorary president. sad chairman of the luncheon is the ome for the Auxiliary which contributes $12,000 annually toward the maiaunce of the Jewish Home for the Aged Mrs Max Yokeli is donor journal chairman. A musical program will feature Elmer Horo-.-.;. itroUag gypsy Molm:st. accompanied at the piano by Al Harmet. who will also play folk music Mrs. Solomon Goldman will be vocalist Program chairman is Mrs Haltrsky Greater Miami Hadassah Women Will Take Part in Regional Conference Mrs. Abe Scr.sr.ieic ieit out-going presider.: s:jr.e Misrr.: Beach C-r.:e: League :sa*s with Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, nanoac. z:.s: the Women s Auxiliary oi the Damon Runvon C3n:er fanel and aewiy-eiectec president, Mrs. Frances '.: %  --about tr.s new X-:ay equipment for the detection of breast ror.re: : = :=:.•/. presented to ML Sina: Hospital. Tetea-tete woj a: or. installation luncheon held here at the SevillehoteL 600 Hold Rally For Joe Malek S.v bandied Sorertji Omen Assn., and Ceil Simon. mandy Isle area ttl :aro?P re V. den: .. of .. t he Nortn Snure Je *' moor ol Joe %  -.?ei;:. Wv Vett Hosts for the affair were Mr and Mrs Morris Klein. Mr and Mrs [rvuig Coopertnan. Mr and Mrwere P Eugene Weiss, and Mr and Mrs ?7)?Irving Pietl A large delegation of local HadasMta omen will attend the Golden Jubilee conference to he held at II %  ii* I %  '" ''•' Sunday through next Wednesday IMI the annual conclave of the FlorI i.on of Hadassah Included will be Mrs Joseph • president of Miami chapter. Miss Lillian Goodman, presiA Miami Beach chapter Irwin Uss, Vice president ol the Fior.Ja region, is overall man oi Ihe conference, and al advisor will !><• Mrs Carl tor. of Brookline. Mass., a naiident. Regional presidenl is Mrs. Stanley v i>f Orlando; official •..rnekeeper. Mrs Henry Paul: and cial recorder. Mrs. Max Sokoloff, both of Miami. Workshops will o ( !;i\ : r sandwiches, onu' %  >. salad.*, canapes i"f breakfast, luiu per and ie UN I It's the one ciu-<--s everybody loves t" r true ta'i-.m of Swil; rItndl Ta'am of Switzerland!



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Page 2-A +Jfi :te recipient of the Mr legal circles less than a month when the : | E:r Asa rave him • %  ember, rodicral canned for office. _.-. honors came man as appointed b> :he Florida Supreme Court : %  .. • QOBffl of Appeal. Shortly after this designation, ftie State Sopreme Court invited Jud9 Geldmon to sit in Tallahassee as an Associate Justice of that top judicial body. The Dade County Bar AMI > poB provided Judge Goldman with a 934 percentage of qualifying kNMBg all the candidates in Circuit Cos1 race He reThi; was the highest "qualified"' rating given to any candidate in the present election race. Commenting on his newest honor Judge Goldman said that "the confidence placed in my judicial record by the Dade County Bar A -.indeed pleasing. These ballots were cast by attorneys who have daily opportunity to observe the conduct of all judges in many -eat types of court cases. They are so close to the judicial r eture that they are well qualified themselves to e\aluate a judges service to the community at large, tnd his fitness to hold the office for which he is a candidate.'" nexr A TAR from $2.50 p:r day ABOn'wiOTORS, he 1431 W. FLAGLER ST Phone FP. 3-6765 ItT'a MAKE ISRAEL" ECONOMICALLY SECURE BUI THE SAftlT 6ON0S ISRAEL BONDS and GIVE TO THE CJA "/YSH'E fg'ET-ERG Rabbi Schtii on Radio Rabbi Solomon Schiff spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El, spoke on 'Freedom aa Way of Life" on Sunday morning over radio station WGBS. British Unit Critical of UN Censure Continued from Pao* 1-A &f oration of peace in the area, will prove rather to be a step backard—an act of appeasement of the ejoresior." Rusk sh full and complete Wan -" respect to 11 "i • -p-:rs :r-hi? ar.; octave sjppc-rt' of Israel's -jre m the United Nit.rs 7: %  n identical -o the -.-. 1-1 _%  -. •: ;;. V ng tl..reek ret : -man _:...-. %  -.-..-..i week La start Faxbst %  is u : = Secretory o:" S:ate Dean gressmao Bar* GIVE YOURSELF A VOICE ON DADE'S COUNTY COMMISSION! ELECT MAL ENGLANDE rtt O'Hara. of Illinois The I %  • r's actjoa was 1: :z.:::z:-. ^'.rer.gth to the onsteui req Democratic an Abraham Multer. of N V rfc sa:d in a spee;r W the House fiocr ght" to tars 1 the coc..: .:' tbei tlj -I I %  -T | pport :'. :%  ITS resoluti to %  .Be 1 United Si peace %  -t e IMRme. Sea;" gti G'ddaa-e U of M 30-Year 5e; denl =<• = -=~~-' '.' i— b* : 11 : %  '"n' 3 -et fcnt '.' am Besr 1 J.' :imbe>r of Cor C • : %  : # "•• :-f Bed • :e : : "ne Peace I Pasi '.'"' AAasor c Lcxige 2" DOT E.S B*na B — %  Jew i 1-VsVeterc'-. 'ary Ccc" Haiti E'eCn>DCratic Cunm iiH eernan Vi TERMITES SWARMING. ca Orlcin the sake of your 00— &£?*** Judge Englander YOU* CANBtOATf FOR COUNTY COMMISSION FIFTH DISTRICT HIAIYIN ENGLANDER FROUd m\r\m BEACH TO G01DEN BEACH AW m smnm • BAY HARBOR ISLANDS • NORTH BAY VlUAGf AND All OF DISTRICT FIVE THE rasa ;$ JO MAL ENGLANDER PUll LEYER IF TV 4 + %  envtcz PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FA5I'. HE'."!* OF THE SOUTH Largest Se'ec'ion in Latest Styles fcr Men and Women Ml rtMIHG ifACt IM KAI CONVtHltKT TO tUUS 72S llrlCOlN ROAD On rfce mall •Kone JE 8-0749 ocuusrs PUSCMTIOHS riaio CONTACT LENSES ************************************ ROOF LEAK? CALL VIC TOR C€ let us repair ft or appty q new one. For free esthmrre phone: ACME ROOFING CO. JE 8-7255 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsk] &f 45 MKHICAN AV!., MIAMI IUQ1 Hhe JI 1-3595 "ADON-OLOM" ion Of THE mr/twsu IN HEBREW ANO ENGLISH ON ONE RECORD-SI 50 Pcrtiol Proceeds to Hbrew Unirtrsiry of Jeruolm Will %*4 Pestoor-Frrf to Airy Port of the Coonf'y MAYFIELD'S RECORDS 1441 Drexel Ave. JE 8-9840 LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS DAILY PtCR UPS New York NewK sey. Philadelphia, Bolttmort. Wcsk. laetoa Bostoa oil irhr nntv DIAL JE 8-8353 M. llebcrman Son 6SS COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACI D ETi_RN LflAU R"ES "Procrtessicg with Our Many Satisfied Customer*" ANOTHER LOCATION FOf. TOW CONVENIENCE COULTON BROS. -AtT" • -NAUfT" • "MATTOOT TEXACO *0TI Coral Way & S.W. 27th Avt. 840 S.W. 8* S. WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY riRPOSE STOtf FRONT PUT! AND WINDOW GIASS fwrmittn Tmps, B>f>•* Hirrws nt tesinreriae Oar Joecio/tr SLAG, GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 134 S.W. Ith ST. Morris Orlw PIMM R 1-1343 —INSURANCE Ntjy^pjs*' ONE STOf MBTY JtWILRT—*Ut$— MISCELLANEOUS PIOATTO AUTOMOBILE LIAIILITT A PMTStCAl DAMADfl Liaritt to loot rit OMOII Tke AOOOT ffcot CAN tor TESt Poet let soil eoe* my "h Coat Be 00—" ACKIRNUN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. %  JUglVlm h MI m MOST wfUL of was.. MEMORIAL CHAPELS I**. A Alto. Rd MIAMI BEACH USO No.m.nd, 0. JErvon MIST BwfU.ld nSW I7..SI MIAMI Ml 3-2771 Un Abe E tonbert • Loom .1 r rn ^ ... A FAMILY TRADH ION Based I •*•••*'•• <• rkoVlt'r: MTitnii It PtfltMl """ : "' we Cr n teti


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Page 14-B fjewisti ftorfrffor) Friday, April 27, 1962 y -• %  -. < h Eg Mode Your Reservations tarly FULL 7 COURSE SABBATH 1 DINNERS every Friday in the candlelit elegance of Morton Towers Bayside Dining Room complimentary Israeli wine. Cocktail hr. from 5 p.m. complimentary Hors cfoeuvres Dining Rooms Ava.lable For Private Par'ies For Reservations Ph. JE 2-6426 FREE PARKING llorton Towers OH MXAYNE BAT AT 15th STRUT MIAMI KACM _• r %9 ^^1 5 P.M. 1 A.M. m WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS Lounge—Entertainment YOUR HOST, ]Ot COHEN BANQUETS PR.VATt HAHTIES l 408* 1850 Le Oeune fcd. /A/r//£ CElLAROfWf CONGRESS AIRPORT INN ME 5-O-S-M KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner ORTE-RHOUSE A DINING PLACE OF DISTINCTION THE ONLY PLACE FOR "DOUBLE" PORTERHOUSE STEAKS A COMPUTE MENU OF FINE FOODS Non, Better A' 4-iy Place At Any Price COCKTAIL LOUNGE Corner 112nd St. and S Diiir Hwy Phone Cl S-16il v\jCUSt BROS RYL ** %  %  la the REST' Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl GRANADA HOTEL 1013 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH Fhore: jr= l-046 OPEN All YtAR CJOA P er v/epk % jll P^r person 2 in room ALL ROOMS 3 KOJMIR MtAlS DA'IY Tc IVA&T ~ R Owner ship M ; a WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: Now that UM Passover holidays have beet me a pleasant fliin^ry tjje smaller, spot: around town start picking up in business. For instance, M'flS the Pompeii room dimming its lights after Johnny llatbis' departure, the Eden Roe Harry's American Bar. featuring two excellent bands. Steve Alaimo and Luis Varona. quickens its dancing tempo. Also, the magnificent dona Lisa rocm at the same hotel, with its .-trolling musicians and singers, lures the gourmets and sippers. The Dipomat's Tack room features the dance music of Mandy Campo and alternating groups. The Peppermint Lounge still holds the spotlight for the twist devotees, with the latest band there, Joey ar.d the Twisters, making their first local appearance after winning plaudits for their hit record, "Short Shorts," and a recent appearance on Dick Clark's TV Bandstand show. Last of the big-name stars in town, Sammy Davis, concludes his record-breaking stand at the Deauville Casanova room Sunday. Extra added attraction on the bill is the riotous comedy duo of Allen and Rossia. There'l be a bigger audience, especially weekends, at the smart Club Gigi, of the Featainebleau. to enjoy superlative dining and dancing. Hear that Blurry Franklin is bidding for the summer services of the very wacky husband-and-wife team of Lew Parker and Betty Kuan. the original Bickersons of TV fame. Joe Cohen, well-known to the native wining and dining gentry, is greeting hundreds of his old time customerof his former Beef and Bird at his smart new Rathskeller in the cellar of the Congress Airport motel. Large parties an invited, with excellent catering facilities on the premise t< -• rve them well. THE SPORTS SCENE: Bayshr.re regulars Harr> Auslander, Vi< Friedman. Charlie Schwartz, and Ben Rachlin taking a crack at the Dora! course. All report the course in tip-top shapi Schwartz surprising all. including himself, w ty 94. That's i better than he's scored recently at Bayshort — and hi the many water hazards I al dot Doral's magnifii ni layout. Louis Jordan, the awning tycoon, showing vasl improvement in his Bay-horc game, after some very instructive pointers from veteran pro John Smith. Also a vastly improved player: Jerry B.. -• the other day Parry Glick. <•'. North Miami Beach, put in an appearance at Ba ore. ai birdies on lh< W< und up with a 34 nt i Had a 72 par roi tht a Never saw any golfer practice as much as Dave "the Boss" Gelman. He must hit at least 200 practice hots every late afternoon at Bsyshore. Ask Dave if practice is paying off when he playk tn his regular Sunday fourscme. Did you : that Julius Boros. the pr "o. is the son-in-law of Bayshore and Normandj Shon 5' Boros is t g the leaders in the n capture q lite a few of the big ones — includinj rican at Tarn O'Shanter not so long ago. Sir.cc sports l lods dealer Jerry Kimbail has put in a stock of bags under his own name, they are going like wildfil -tc MOVIES ARE BETTER: Mayfair Theatre • Onl> Two Play." starring Peter Sellers, has done a landslide business al the b.o and has been held over. Friends of curs, seeing the movie on different nights, report packed houses. Mai Zetterling and Virginia Masked are femme co-stars. The foreign picture Oscar winner. "Through a Glass Darkly," al the Normandie. has created plenty of controversial comment, with its off heat plot and characterizations, typical of Swedish director-producer Ingmar Bergman's touch. Three performances daily are offered at the Lincoln, presenting the dramatic smash, "Judgment at Nuremberg." The film starts at 1:45, 5:45 and 8:55. Be sure to see it from the beginning. It offers, of course, Maxmillian Schell, the winner of the Oscar acting award, plus an array of screen greats, Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Judy Garland, to name a few. Still moving along at a heroic pace at the Roosevelt is "El Cid." with the sure-fire combination of Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren. All seats are reserved. Performances at 2:30 and 8:30. "State Fair," with its hummablc tunes and top cast, including Pat Boone. Bobby Darin. Pamela Tiffin, Ann Margaret, Tow Ewell. and Alice Faye. holds over at the Carib, Miami. Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. And if you've missed some of the real fine films when they played the first run houses, keep an eye peeled on the Cameo attractions. That Washington ave. house plays twin bills at bargain prices. Best movie buy in the nation. -tr.-tr.-k BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Gloria Swanson holding down the -i.ir spot in the latest Coconut Grove Playhouse footlight presentation, "The Inkwell." The play, written by Harold J. Kennedy, also features the playwright in the co-starring role, opposite Miss Swanson. Louis Kirtiand. Carlton Kartell. Jeanette Leahy, Marshall Breeden, Sharon il and Bruce McLa ighlin are also prominently cast in the pre Broadway shov i Opera Guild of Miami is si igin La Tra ala at the Dad %  Ul Auditorium, on May 6. at 3 p.m.. ,ia yoi '.' n \< Ct. All -• bly priced, ant! the Verdi master] eci rthv for the inclined surfeit \ rock ai d r ill r -tc ON TH3 DINING CIRCUIT: Mann] Sag. %  the old Park -. I the Embers, ith it. Art Bruns startv the J-oanese St-ak Moose ?t Miomi Springs Villas mere for than any thins else. Now he's got a bio, fat winner on hii. ha-ds v. rustomers waiting in line to tjot in. %  I'd and is attend I renc< rJ Ann-Margret undergoes a change oi costume and chctacter as she reveals the two sides of every woman in "Isn't it Knda Fun," one of the lavish production numbers from State Fair." The Rodgers and Hammerstein cinemusical, in color, co-stars Pat Boone, Bobby Dcr;n, Tom Ewell and Alice Faye, now in its second week at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street Theaters. Gurion Branch Meeting Slated Ben-Gunon Branch of Farband will meet Wednesday evening, May 2. at the Farband Cultui 842 Washington a\c Max Astor, president, meeting will be devoted to (I • in of the 4mh anni • Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sachs, diatt past I'i'i sid< nl ol the Manuel Burstein, : iltural chairman, will be in ch. program. L. Mann, vice j lent, ichairman ol thi i rrar ments c nimittee. 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fri Pag* 12-A vjewisii tUrkfian Friday. April 27. lggj l Jewish Community Center to Honor Gale At Annual Meeting Here Set May 6 Efraim H. Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will be honored at the Center's lllh annual dinner meeting on the occasion of his tenth anniversary with the agency, it was announced by George A. Simon, annual meeting chairman. The dinner function will take place Sunday night. May 6. at the Dupor.t Plaza hotel. The dinner will begin at 7:15 p.m.. and will be preceded by a reception scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Officers and rd of directors \> i!i be elected : installed at U is me. Gale came to Mi in 1052. I secreI t the Nati): ish Welfare Board in t • r. ar.d metri %  \. rk areas. Prior to that, he as exectPHRAIM GAli lor of the House and the Boston YMH.V Trenl r N.J.. YMHA Hi was also Currently chairman cf the Legislators Urge Pact Changes To Force Ban on Arab Bias Group Werk and Recreation Division of the Welfare Planning Council, Gal* has taken loadership roles in many community affairs. He is a membor of the board of governors of the Grooter Miami Jewish Federation and treasurer of the Dado County USO. He also serves on the board of governors of the Southern Section and the Jewish Center Division of the JWB. 1 Vice president of the Va Mortal I Assn. of Jewish Center Workers, he served previously as president of its Southern and New England chapters. He received his Master's degree in social work from the New York School of Social Wcrk, and also, holds a Master's in education from I Tufts College. His other affilia1 tions include the American Camping Assn.. National Recreation Assn., Florida Conference of Sot Wi Ifare, and the National Assn. of Social Workers. At the dinner meeting. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. executive 1 1 of the Hebrew Academy, v ill deliver the benediction. Greeting! from Federation will be brought by president, A. J. Harris. The United Fund will be represented by its board chairman, John B. Turner, who will also serve as installing officer. A. Budd Cutler has been nominated for reelection for a second term as president of the Center. The nominations committee report will be given by Milton Balsam chairman. Simon announced that there will be music for dinner and dancing. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd A\-. TU 5-1689 Continued from Page 1-A cause of his religion, and despite the fact that the trip was to be for official government business. The New Yorker reminded the committee that, as far back as 1885, the United States established the precedent of a firm position Against discriminatory' practices byforeign powers against American citizens, when it refused to accept the protests of Austria-Hungary reDELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mall. Itaii your orders to Rich Dale Grovtt for prompt handling. %  .* 4* garding our Ambassador-designate on the grounds that his wife was Jewish. At the same time, the recently passed Massachusetts State Legislature resolution urging action to j bar aid to countries which discrim1 inate against American citizens was lauded in the House of Representatives. Republican Congressman Laurence Curtis, of Massachusetts, told the House that the resolution adopted by the Legislaj lure in his home state "should be commended and will receive my vigorous support." 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friday. April 27, 1962 m imtift n*rMir*n Page 13-A GEMS OF WISDOM Each virtue in extreme becomes I : j ,,,. —EZOBI. 1 • • When the body gets full, the | mind gets dull. —GAB1SHON. I • A ;est. unduly pushed becomes I ".,,i jest. Remember always, too far I Edit IS West. CVITF.RMAN. E • • There ere tkwee thraea of which E vou mdy easily hare too much. while a little is good: yeast, salt. I jnd hesitation. %  JOSHUA'BBSAKOT. I • To renounce delicacies habitual\ ii a better rule against excess than fasting OCCOtio KOL BO. [ • Too much oil quenches the uric\. YALKUT. JHi Meaning of Seven Weeks Of the Sefira to Shavuoth tjlebrew CarOMVr#affoM r. 1 ? ? H ; ? n *?# vrri-ru'3 D^ne&n rontf ,.WT.9 n'jai-o "i*3 ,na"i nnnx nnz V"i?^ ( trsojtgi nj? na^na, "?nj?g pig D"3i .n-'pnj •?nfcg *7 iTsri as nrrnn ,n^-tp: Stf ttfna *9'fl[W D'^nri IDD .x'sintf Fiji o^an ^a fr'pi.i.ii 09*99 rmytf .a^inx Q'pis .^nan *a#3 "??K "•ansan *?n5>a risai Vr?n *}X WVJi? (2) *ii TWRJ *j> .B9T59 i'jptfQi /•xnpoa ^s D'lP?. .o-iii^i? 150 ,3M^g 11919 t*n rrs-xa /"as'ia pnx? 19 p:sn ITS nx Tsna pan 1 ? (3) tfi^a H^Sa"? 13 las T • T : : T matfaa vrasn 1 ? "15 .Q"?* T T : • • -: : I %  T OroVto nnas rvna nxsina) TRANSLATION The Wailing Wall Exhibition Those who look at the creations ot Manovla the painter, can feel that he has invested in them much love, deep thought and great efforts. Many of the members of the public communed with the painting of the Wailing Wall with a feeling of reverence, and there were some who produced a Psalter from their pockets and prayed in| the direction of the Wall relief. 1 Other spectators who were reminded of the Wailing Wall in Arab captivity were moved to tears. The painting is two metre, by 2 and onehalf, and its weight 150 kilograms. Many important personalities of the community, among them the President of the State of Israel, Mr. Ilzhak Ben-Zvi, have suggested l 8:80 p.m. Saturday Bjje ajm. Sermon: -Portion o( the week. Bai M ,.. Br ice, eon ol Mr. and Mrs Sidney Tu kei BETH EMETHT" 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. FYldaj 13 ; %  •"• BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. RsDbi H. Louii Rottman. 3ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Maniches. I p.i Sntu da; • I BETH RAPHAEL. 13* NW 3rd ave. Ctnjaox. Julius Sapero. president. 3ETH T-'LAH, 9io Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rajbi Joseph F. RacKovsky riETH TORAH. 1b4tn st. "d NE 11th ave. Cor'.-rvative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. i ind 8:30 p MI S I d ." ,,• Mltsvah: Jaaon, wm ol i i r and Mi Arthur Hoffman; w "llnm, son ol Mr. and Mrs Herman Wilson; afternoon, Alfred, son ol Mrs Julie Lite. — • — CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabb: Abraham Strassfeld. .">. Sermon: "Adventut„IIS BeK-DlaeoveryB % tM J*i, •' ,„. Sermon: •Portion of the \\ eek. Bar aCltavah: David, eon of Mi. an.i Mrs. Murray Rosenberg. FLAOLER ORANADA. %  <(! pi Conservative. Samuel Hollander, president. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday 1:10 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Itar Mltzvah: Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs^ Fred Ollck; 5:10 P %  ;.. I A,u,n v, so of Dr. and Mra. Charlee Kosenbloom. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabb. David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday B:1S p.m. Saturday 8:4 a.m. -, %  %  inn: "A Sti anffe Death.' — e — MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Why is it that mott of the Sabbaths of the yaar only one Sefer Torah (Holy Scroll) is ramoved from the ark, while on holidays two or more f removed? In most Sabbaths of the year the entire Pentateuchal reading is taken from one place in the text. When a special Sabbath or when a holiday occurs, there is an additional reading from some other place in the Torah. Should there only be one Scroll i taken out of the ark, there would be a lapse of time between the reading of the first section and I that of the second section because the reader would have to roll out I the Scroll from one sect.on to another since the Torah is not in i page form but in Scroll form. This would cause monotony and needless waiting on the part of the coni gregation and it was a general rule never to have the congregation exI perience unnecessary delay during 'the service. Furthermore, should there be such a delay, the congregation would naturally become restless begin conversations between the worshippers, and thus | break down the decorum of the synagogue. It .s also claimed that more than one Torah was taken out at such occasions so as to provide the oo' portunity of reading other Scrolls which might otherwise be left alone | | without ever being read in the j synagogue, the object being to prowile the occasion through the year to read from all the Scrolls in the ark. i SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645, Coll.ns ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643R SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. JEWISH MORALISTS The Te>t of the Righteous I Psalm 11:5 reads: "The Lord I trieth the righteous." He tests them I while feed."? His flocksDavid % was proved in this fashion. Cod obI served tWot Dav.J frr led ,l; voung sheep to pasture, so that c the) mtghl eat (eider grass. He I then led the older ones to e.-u the ratelj tender blades, and JV Infllly he led the mature yearlings I %  Sdith the Lord "He wh knows flock deI erd of I U Moi .: • M I thee I u an I si I "Thou hast t %  i I become r.'ie shep| v ,i ; j. it is uTttteii ; ">Joui M isei HMS tending the flock i of Jethro and the Angel ap| reared unto lurr.." (Ex. 3:1). | ,T„,| | ..-= %  il.u.i %  • : *' ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry B. Wernick. I-'ridav S:15 p.m. Sermon: "Roads to Kreedum." bar Mltsvah: Brian Gardner. Saturday :lfl a.m. Youth servTEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. NarotCantor Jacob Bornstein. Krldav 8:13 |> m. Sermon: "POPS Anybody Really Car* About Democrat TEMPLE JUDE. S20 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordeeai Podet. Friday B:l! p••" %  Bermon: '' A aaa al .** s'.iuiday 10:40 am. br 5; Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aithur tppla. _e — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Saturday :45 an.. Bar Mltavaht Ronald, son Of Mr. and Mrs. tul Wenla;. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. rMdas 8:IS p.m. Sermon: "Learn How to Enjoj Llvlns." Rabbi Marlua R R nn formerly of Temple Emanu-BI, pi i. Mui.uli!Saturaay •' "• %  Bai Mltsvah: Ted, son of Mr. and Mrs Norman Silver. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Mas Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. FYld is '" i' m, Sermon: "N< u Sal ird ij t.-rmun: "Holj Oarmi nt* Bar Mltsvah: Ht.ward, aoti of Mr. and Mra Sidney Blndler TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Friday • %  I 1 m. Jewlah Chautauqua Socle t > Sabbath. Bermon: "Comproi istra In Politics: Are Thej Practi. %  al'•• Baturdaj n 15 a.m. Bar Mltswl i, AI n ii HI Mr and Mrs. Harvey Ti ipkln TEMPI E BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Joffe. ].-,;.'..,. v l', p.m. installation of otfi. ~ Saturday 10 IS a m ::.,, M.!/\ 1. Ronald, BOB of Mr. and Mi i >a\ Id Arani i — a — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon\ structionist. R a r i t Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Cottlieb. Kri'lav 8 IS p.m. Sermon: "On Break= I II House of Qod 8 H urday 10:80 a.m Sermon: "Numbers. — a — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly| wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Kriin ~ SO :> i". Burtarhood Sabbath. I Sai urda> .' sum. TEMPLE BETH ShO',OM. 4144 Chass SB TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami aveConservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Giant*. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. rMdas 1:15 p m S. rn in: "The N %  I in inner str narth." Saturda) i.m Sermon: "Weeklj fortlon ol uia Law. — a — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, cantor. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Stemmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Prlduj 6 n p.m. Saturday I a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the week." • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. CANDIWGH7ING TIME 23 Niscm — 6:35 pan.



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P= 8-A *k*i*tfkrU&r Fiiday, April 27, 1962 r fl F I 1 -V n 1 ts> 5 SFC • s ksBis I JVI 9 9 tj Gordon Urges 'Clean 1 Campaign aiog meeting Sunday morning tor the May 5 celebration brad's 14th anniversary a: independence brought together aft to right Philip F. Thau. Mis. Jcck S. Popick Mrs. Emil T .:e: : nr.d Jerome Stern a*, the new office* ai the A— eri. -.:: Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The May I dinner dance wfU be held aboard the M. S. Calypso Liner, : the Flr::d^ soasl Bonn Says Foreign Anti-Semites Spur to German Neo-N3zism Cs-jes from Pig* 1-A r !: rer %  %  %  • %  the repon and .%..ported, and persons were arrested. It is ever, that many mats sjo mreported in official recC 5 of local and state offices. M*w*er*hip in West German • jht-wirvg groups dropped in : 61. according to the survey, to ::4M. • decrease of about 10,C from the preceding years. = jt in the area of official mem;rship, too, it is believed that •-e records are incomplete and •"at ri>* relatively sma'l numbers do not reflect the true strength of the neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic group. Officials here emphasize I an economic crisis hit West any. or should the general al situat.on rach demettts coald act quickly as a r inning right-wing groups. iDip and ptrhaps bringing to the open some cf the ar.' and neo-Nazi leaders waiting for the opportunity • : ,.r uitra-aationaiism and opposition to the democratic forces :.. in control of West Germany. Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce director "Doc" Baker joined with Dade County Commission chairman Alex Gordon this week in calling for a "clean" election day on May 8. Gordon, incumbent candidate for tht commission, urged his fellow lord.dates for office "to keep pos* ers. signs and literature away from ail polling places." "People come to the polls to cast their vote." he said, "not to be I >:.\inced on how to vote. Let'; more order and dignity on the day we exercise oui treechoose our owr. Baker, speaking for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, aJso pleaded for a 'holiday from litter on May 8. "We don't feel that the indiscriminate use of political material near polling places is in line with our aims of beautification for Miami Beach,' he said. Born in Chelsea Mass in 1913 rdon graduated from Bosl versity's College of Business Administration and College I La 1938. He served as a spec to the Federal Bureau ol Int- -:. : .'45. when to South Florida 1 e. He was < Commision in I si rve as cl >f as is 13 committees out of 23 ne time, and on January 9. 1962 %  was unanimously eleel irman of the ( in. "the :. si Miami Beach Com miss j ni r I tin this position. his supp E leclare. A civic lea.ier Gordon is p ident of the Miami Beach Bar Assn., past vice president of Kiwanis Club of Miami Beach. : Municipal Judge of Miami Shores, organized and first vice I: o.dent of the 52 Assn.. member of the Miami Beach Taxpayers Assn.. former secretary Civic League of Miami Beach, former executive secretary of the Miami Beach Hotel Assn., member of the board of directors of Temple Emaru-El. honorary life member of the Florida Parent-Teacher Assn member of the Mahi Ternlie. and member of Surf side Lodge No 316. F & AM. Gordon and his wife. Sandra are the parents of four daughters. TRAVHING '__£__ Coll j] GUS Uab> SHAW SHAW IWAV1I SERVKE Inc 149 NX 1st St., 4-260* GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC 214S N.W. 10th tot, FR 3-7180 Mv your roof repairad now; /ou will uvc o" a now root later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" magnificent FIRST RACE 8:15 P.M. 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Friday. April 27. 1962 vJewlsli Her Mian Page 7-A Ribicoff Sees Hope in Kennedy Medicare Move Spieler Installed For Second Term Stanley Spieler, Miami attorney, Las installed as president of the [Miami YMHA Branch on Tuesday ight by A. Budd Cutler, president t the Greater Miami Jewish Cen;r Also installed were Mrs. George ,. Simon, honorary president; HerBf.chi'1 Rosenthal and Arthur Stein, ice presidents; and Mrs. Leslie Jlumberg, secretary. Branch board of directors installd were Mrs. Richard Alper, Dr. ack Amazon, Mrs. Jack Amazon, [Martin Belle, Abraham Bernn, Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, Mrs. Edvard Eisenberg, Mrs. Norman iladsdcn, Samuel Gordon. Mrs. Samuel (Jordon, Hyman Kam, Dr. Robert Katims, Mrs. Sol Nabutovbk>. Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal, George A. Simon, Mrs, Stanley Spieler, Mrs. Fred Stein, Maxwell Waas, and Louis G. Wechsler. Mow in his second term as branch {president, Spieler has served on lh> board of directors of GMJCC, II 1 on :he board of governors of Gieater Miami Jewish Federation, a well as on its budget committee. By ABRAHAM RIBICOFF Secretary of Health. Education and Welfare Recently, I talked to a man who had some family problems typical of those which have become widespread across the nation, causing despair and financial worries to young and old. "My wife and children are fine," he said, "but my father has beer, in and out of the hospital lor the past two years, and now my mother is seriously ill." He said he had not only spent his savings—close to $2.500—for his aged father's hospital and medical bills, but had also been forced to borrow money and to dip into the fund he had set aside for his son's education. "The troth is," he said, "I'm broke. My wife and I will manage somehow, but it's my son I'm worried about. He wants to be an engineer. I can no longer offord to send him to college." Dr. Williams Scheduled )r. If. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, will lead a discusson on "Nigeria" on Tuesday evening at Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn. for the study group of the United Nations Assn. Then he asked, deeply troubled, "What am I supposed to do? Forget I have parents? Neglect them? Forget I love them? Forget what 1 owe them? What's the answer? Fortunately for him and for so many others like him. there is an answer. President Kennedy provided it when he proposed a Health Insurance Plan for the Aged through Social Security. The President's plan will help the whole family, as well as benefit those over 65. It is a plan for "family security." It will enable us more easily to carry out our responsibilities to our parents, to our children and to ourselves and, at the same time, lessen the drain en the family budget. Back in 1935. Congress passed the. Social Security Act—a tremendous step toward relieving the American people of the fear of economic insecurity in old age. Now we must move another step; 1 i ward. Because medical science has lengthened the lifespan, there are today 17 million people in this country 65 years of age and over. By 1970, this number will be 20 million. A new insecurity is gripping our Old folks nd affecting the livas of younger members of their families. How can they pay the rapidly-mounting costs of hospital care for the elderly—costs that have gone up faster than any other necessities of life, and far more than retirement incomes? A look at the figures bears out their fears: Hospital costs have more than j tripled in the past 15 years. The bill for an aged person now is close to $500 for the average hospital stay. To add to this gloomy pic-: ture, statistics show that 9 out of %  10 persons reaching age 65 this year will need hospitalization in' their remaining lifetime, mos.t at] them more than on.ee. Ap& their stay in the hospital wU) average 15 days, vyhich is longer than the average hospital stay of younger people. Who must pay these hospital bills? Surely nd our old folks. Half of them have less than $1,200 a year. This is scarcely enough to cover the.r food, housing, and a few other esseuuuls. Private health insurance policies? Some old people nave them, but premiums for politics in this age bracket are too expensive and protection woefully inadequate, despite recent improvements. As a result, many put off going to the hospital until it is too late or, in desperation, turn to their children for help. But their children have the responsibility of raising and educating their own families and can't carry the full burden of costly hospital care. Do they—now in their thirties or forties—exhaust their own savings, mortgage their homes, borrow from friends or relatives? Many do. Too often, however, it is the grandchildren who suffer most, and it is their future which is at stake. Today there are some 75 million children in this country who are under 21. By 1970, this figure will rise to 95 million. None of these children should be deprived of the educational opportunities to which he is entitled. Who. then, will pay the major hospital costs of our parents? Under President Kennedy's program, it would be the 75 million wage earners who, in the course oi a year, contribute to their own letirement benefits through the Social Security system. For only $1 a month for the average worker and an equal amount from his employer, these persons not only would make it possible for their parents to receive immediate health insurance benefits, but would insure their own health benefits after they reach the age of 65 and, in turn, make certain they won't have to depend on their children to pay their hospital bills when they get old. This is a sound and simple proposal which makes sense for the entire family. Honor Dedicated Public Service VOTE IN MAX KOGEN CIRCUIT JUDGE l\l Pol Adv. I VOTE FOR KENNETH D. CASTLEBERRY I Lever No. al-F COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT FOUR Energetic Capable Businessman • YOUR VOICE will carry thru CastlebeiT} I PD. POL ADVT. PROVEN LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY i



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Friday, April 27, 1962 tenHslh mrridfirin Page 11-3 New officers to lead United Synagogue Youth were elected at the organization's recer.t convention in Miami Beach. Left to light ere Bruce Yergin, Jacksonville, treasurer; Mirs Barbara Segal, Temple Menorah, Miami Beach, recording secretary; Jack Fleet, Jacksonville, second vice president; Steven Paskowiti, Birmingham, Ala., president; Miss Marilyn Sh'nbaum, Montgomery, Ala., correspondii g sDcrstary; Jay Levitt, Temple Beth Sholom. Hoi'ywocd, fir^t vice president. Right of Levitt ere Murray Bern, of Montgomery, outgoing president; and Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director cf the Southeast region of United Synagogue of America. Beth David Players Slated Betb David Players Workshop u ill present "Having a Wonderful Time" on Saturday and Sunday at Spector Hall. Produced by Oscar Rappaport. and directed by Bill Porter, the cast includes Stanley Burnstein, Mrs. Richard Herold. Elmer Spector. Joseph Nurenberg. Irving Isaacs. Mrs. George Saluk. Mrs. Richard Herold. and Mrs. Mike Forer. Stanley Burnstein and Ann (Mrs. Elmer) Spector in a scene from "Having a Wonderlul Time." United Synaqoaue Region to Gather In honor of the forthcoming conferenci of the Southeast region of the in ted Synagogue of America. Apr. 27 and 2S have been designated as United Synagogue Sabbath for all Conservative congregations. Sermi ns will be preached on the "Rok of the United Synagogue in the American Jewish Community and on the essential place of the synagogue as an institution molding and furthering Jewish life. Forty affiliated congregations dh a membership of some I o.ooo families will d-'vote themselves to the theme of the convention: •And I Will Give Them One Heart and I Will Put a New Spirit Within You." Circuit Court Judge Irving CyI en. of Miami Beach, president of the Southeast region, said the conference will be held Apr. 29 and 30 at the Carillon hotel. Principal local participants in conference proceedings will include Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-F,l. a' an address Sunday noun session. To people and to their sons and daughters Metropolitan has developed a new series of policies covering expense of hospilalization which will be issued at all ages 65 and over. These policies can mean a great deal to the peace ot mind of senior citizens and their families in time of need brought about by age or sickness. The premiums on these policies may be paid by the older people themslves—or by their children who may have the ultimate responsibility for hospital bills. And—under present income tax laws, these premiums are treated as medical expenses of the taxpayer or his dependents for purposes ot income tax deductions. If you would like further information on Metropolitan % new Senior Citizens Policies, write or phone: NAT GANS 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami Phones FR 3-4616 or HI 6-9981 Metropolitan life Insurance Company, Now York 10, N.Y. Judge Parker Has Hat in Ring Judge J. Gwynnie Parker recently announced campaign plans to keep his seat on the bench of the civil court of record to which he was appointed by Gov. Farris Bryant in 1961. A native Floridian. Judge Parker graduated from the University of Florida law school in 1937. entered private practice, and was called to duty in the army field artillery in 1940. Separated from active duty as a lieutenant colonel in 19-15. he returned to general practice as a trial lawyer in Tallahassee and Miami, until his appointment to the civil court of record, which has jurisdiction over civil cases when the amount involved is less than $5,000. Judge Parker lives with his wife and three daughters at 1343 Castile ave., Coral Gables, where he is a member of the board of the First Methodist Church. He is active in the Dade County Bar Assn.. the Florida Bar Assn and the Coral Gables Kiwanis Club. In announcing his campaign, Judge Parker said: "Since my appointment, I have endeavored diligently to discharge my duties as Ige of the civil court of record in .i [air ami impartial man "With many years experience as a trial lawyer and as a judge, 1 feel tbat I am well-qualified to serve my profession and my corn' n. unity in this capacity." lie con tinned. "It is because I desire to continue serving the people of Dade county as their judicial officer that I seek election to a full term," he concluded. Englander Voices Firm Opposition To Oil Refinery Judge Malvin Englander's campaign for the Fifth District seat on the Dade County Commission centered on two key issues this week. The Miami Beach Vice' Mayor and Councilman stepped up his opposition to the rezoning of bayfront property for the Seadadc oil refinery, calling the Metro move "an example of hasty action taken without first considering the health and economic well being of all Dade's citizens." Judge Englander also hammered away at the proposed northsotth, Mid-Bay causeway. "This expressway definitely poses a major threat to the hotels, motels, restaurants and other businesses along Collins ave., from Miami Beach through Golden Beach. And the taxpayers already stand to lose a half million dollars because of Metro's speedy action in authorizing engineering plans before thoroughly studying the need for such a causeway." Named to the candidate's campaign cabinet this week were Leonard Solomon, vice president of Temple Menorah: James Levenson. past exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge; Ted Cohen, past president of the Beach Jaycees and Civitan Club; and 34 other civic and religious leaders. During the past year. Judge Englander served as Miami Beach chairman for the United Fund He is past president of the Miami Beach Zionist District and twice >erved as chairman of the speakers' bureau for State of Israel Bonds Dr Leo Grossman, chairman ot the Engiander executive committee, noted that bcth Republicans and Democrats are represented on the group, and tliat the May 8 election is open !o all registered voters regardless of party preference. Ner Tamid Men's Club .Men's Club of Temple Ner Tam.l will sponsor a Dutch supper catered by Sisterhood on Saturday evening. There will also be dancing and entertainment, and a car will be given away. Women's Group Elects Officers Election of new officers of the Women's Division, Chamber o: Commerce of Surfside. Bal Harbour, and Bay Harbor Islands was held at the organization's regular meeting Wednesday at the Florida Shores hotel. New officers are Mesdames Milton Levinson. president; Ann Louise Pober, executive president; Martin Bloch. Herman Bloom. Walter Schweitzer, Fred Katz. Lee Cowan and Sanford Jacobson, vice presidents: Louis Bcller, recording secretary; George Meisel, correspond. iic 1 : secretary; Kra" Maunstein, treasurer; Sidney King, financial .secretary; Louis Samuels, parliamentarian. Mrs. George Valentine is president. Luncheon Club To Honor Leaders Zionist Luncheon Club will resume its weekly meetings Wednesday. May 2. according to Jacob C. t ishman and Joseph Malek. chairmen. The luncheon will take place a i noon in the Terrace room of the Ritz Plaza hotel. To he honored *** Greater Miami members of the National Executive Council of the ZOA. Louis B. Rudmck. Jack S. Popick, Herman Wcintraub. and Sidney Raymond. Assisting Fishman and Malek with the arrangements will be Abe Rubin, Joseph Alter. Joseph Spar, Joseph Mechlow, Bessie Greenwald, and Gil Rappaport, executive director. Elect Judge lack M. TURNER EXPERIENCE • DIGNITY CAPABILITY • INTEGRITY CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 5 EVERYONE IN DADE COUNTY CAN VOTE FOR JUDGE JACK M. TURNER BY PULLING LEVER 15B l Adv. Novels Will Be Scrutinized Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will review and contrast two novels, "Mile 18," by Leon Uris, and "The Wall." by John Hersey, on Tuesday evening in the Temple auditorium. This is the last in a series of book reviews sponsored by the Sisterhood and chaired by Mrs. Alexander Robbins. Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer is Sisterhood president. A social hour and refreshments Mill follow the program. PULL LEVER 35B ON MAY 8th VOTE FOR Carl L Llbby Resident of So. Florida Since 1937 Board of Public Instruction Group 3 P'l Pol A.lv



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Friday. April 27. 1962 vJewisfi tlcrldlar) Pact 35-A LEGAL NOTICE III, iillllcrsiejictl. aesiruiK ID ni|ii"v business under tinfictitious name of MY SISTER'S CITIES SERVICE at 3518 Main Highway. Miami, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIVBN that ih, undersigned, desiring to encase in of it iila intends to regleter said name with the I, of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. MICHAEL KLOEPFER, JR. M Mtl.t'W A SlNNAMnN Utorneys for Applicant 1-3 uuitiford Bids.. M ami 82, TO.—PR 1-1592 i 18-10-27. B i CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C 3920 -•i|,|,v FOX, Plalntlfr. vs. VIRGINIA FOX, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V„ii VIRGINIA FOX. 136! Baal Ith Si reel n klyn. New York, are notified to .-iiv,a copj "i your answr ,,, Divorce Complaint filed agalnsl ,, ; on plaintiff's attorney QEORUK NICHOLAS, 1-M8 NTW 70l St.. Miami. Fla "'"I fe original with Clerk of this Court on or before Ifith day 01 May A.D. 1562, otherwise eoiniilaint will be confessed by von. PATBD, April 11, 1962. I. it LEATWERMAN, Clerk By N. A. HKWKTT, D.C. i 18-20-27, 5/4 mew BY HENRY itONAKD IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55338 IN REi Estate of ANTOINETTE K. JACOBS I i.-ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TII All Credltora and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Iv-tal.-: You are hereby notified and required to present an) claims and demands which you may have against -in. of ANTOINETTE K. JACOBS deceased late of Dads County, vi.,ii.ia, to the County Judges of Dade County, and fil the same In their offl .In the County Courthouse in p.ni. County. Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the mi publication hereof, or the same m be barred. XAN B. ROCKWELL, Exec itrlx • •f thi Estate of Antoinette K. Jacobs, Deceased. VI.FRE • KKE1SLER, Attorney %  \ nslej Blda. Miami 32, Kim Ida 4/6-18-20-r The Unequal Burdens of the Torah Copr. 1962, Ooyenu Productions LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN thai ih.. undersigned, d< ilrlng i" engag< it] exs under the fl; tftloua name ol VI ,v T ENTERPRISES at 1209 Mar., in, s I rive, Ml iml Beai h, Florida I.,. „ i H I., register said n ime wit ,• %  %  ,. cii rk of tie Circuit <"' url ol Dane COUn,y n ^r?WARD .1 MARKCB. sole owner KnRlandei and Burnett, N„. on. Lincoln R %  ..'! Bldg. Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for M T Km. n i 't LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVLNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C-8312 (Gordon) MIDWEST MORTOAdE COMPANT, „ \ii Kourl Corporation, authorised to do bu i ii sa in the Stat Floi i tin iff. WALTER BUREGARD HOLLOWAY, <-t u x. I inti NOTICE OF SUIT TO: MINNIE LEE HOLLOWAT Hi .. no. Inl now n V( if VRE HEREIN N' riFIED that iaa been brought against roti by MIDWEST MORTGAGE COMPANY, In tinabnve-.-ntiil.-d Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following described property, lo-wll l„,i ,., Block 21, SECOND AUDI IH i\ TO RICHMOND HEIGHTS ESTATES, according t" the plat thereof, recorded In Plal Book 38, .,i page 14, of the public ret oi .is ol I lade County, Florida and you are required to file )our answ< r with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,,f im.le County, i lorida, at the Courthouse In Miami. Klorlda, on or before May 8, 19'-'. and t" aecve a copj of such answer upon DAVID P. I'ATSMAN Plalntlff'i attorney, whose address Is Htb Floor at 101 Bast Flaglel Street, Miami 32, Florida, on ,., before said dat. cqulred bj Hi.laws of Florida. II you fall to do ... HI. complaint will he taken as confessed h> you and .. Decree Pro CHI. *.-,, will be entered against you -.., ihi relief demamleil In the comDATED ihis 8Mb d "< Mai •''• ''"'-' a H LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, i i pull Court, Dade County, Honda (seall Bj K M LTMAN i i, puty Clerk DAVID P I'ATSMAN nth Floor at 101 E. Fl igl< I t. Miami 32, Florid. / l J.J0-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 3747 VII.EM TABAK, Plaintiff, \ B, PEARL TABAK, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: PEARL TABAK 131 Rlllotl Pis • Bronx, New York. You, PEARL TABAK, are herebj j notified that a Bill of Complami loi i I 11|\ orce has b< en filed % %  ralnsl you, and you are required to serve a copj I of your Answer or Pleading i" thel H kof Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, SAM BLOOM, 80 s B. Flrsl ilium-. Miami, Florida, ami file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk % %  < the Circuit Court ir before the 15th Ha) of May, 1962. If you fail to do BO, Judgment bj default will hi taken against you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once inh week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND IIRDBRBD at Miami, Florida, this 8th la] ol April, A.I'., IH62. K. B LEATHERMAN, Clark, circuit C urt, i >:..1County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N \ IIEWKTT x Hi Clerk. I, 13-20-27, %  i .'.V IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL COURT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 62C 4001 FRANCISCO Ml NTE8, Plaintiff I's \ KIP 'MCA s. MONTES, l lefendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: vi:i:i'MCA s. MONTHS, 371 West 162 Btreet. Apartment New York City 82, New York YOU VERONICA S. MONTES, 671 Wesl 162 street. Apartment 58, New York City. New York, are required to file your answer to tne complaint for divorce, with the I lerK of the above Court, ami serve a copj thereof upon Glno P. Negrettl, Attorney, 910-11 Congress Bldg.. Ill N.H. •id Avenue, Miami. I lorida, on or before May 21, 1962, or else complaint will be taken BS n'lilcssod. Dated ibis Kith day of April, 1961 i: B I.KATIIKKMAN, Clerk I'II, .HI c. II i. l lade County. Floi Ida (seal) M. CAVAl.AUIS p.putv Clerk 1/20-27-8 1-11 NOTICE GY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA .N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1238 RAMON A M YVAI..-II, Plaintiff FRANCIS H. WALBH, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FRANCIS H W.M.SH Address unknown You. FRANCIS B. WALSH, are hi r< bj notified that a Bill of I pmplulnt for Hlvoree has been Hied against you, and you are required t' serve %  cop) at your Answer or Heading to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, Charles M. Kelly, 1:.'.", K. till Ave.. Hlalenh. Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offlee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the llith day of Max. 1962. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Mill of Complaint. This notice shall inpublished onoe each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. lnivi: AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 9th day of April, A.D.. 162 K B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. circuit Court, lnde County. Florida (Circuit Couri Seal) Bj N A. HKWKTT. I leputy Cli ik Charles M Kelly, ]' %  :: %  E. ith Avenue, Hlaleah, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff l 13-20-27, %  > ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jewi§t flcridli&r? solicits your 'e^ 1 notice*. We appreciate yomr patronage and auaranlee accurate service at legal rates IPiai IR :i-!W05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CCUNTY JUDGE'S LOL/RT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOfHOA. N PROBATE No. 53649 -O i N KI : Eatsvte ol OEOROE E. ROBERTSON '"'NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All PersoM Having Claim i I •• mamIs Aa*KM Sa i Bstat ,,, You are hereby notified and required to present any claims ami di matins which you may have Mtatoi t ,h, .'"tat. of OEORGB B. IV'HKRTBON deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to th.County Jurip, s of l>a;le County, an I file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 718.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices In the Countv Courthouse in Iadn County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hcr.of, or the fame w:ll be barred Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2i.'l day of April. A.D. 196! El iWARJ I l.KANAM \s Executor SYLVESTER P. ADAIR .Min n.y fi r Estate 182 Washing ton A\ e. ,/6-18-M- I'll v. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 3507 S VMI'EL KRAVK'l /. Plaintiff, MINNA KRAVBTZ a/k/a MINNA WITT, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE MINN \ KRAVBTZ a/k/a MINNA WITT i i, Vdmlral Hotel 206 Mam street llvaiims. Massachusetts ...ii, MINNA KRAVBTZ B k B MINNA WITT are her. by notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has bc.n [Hod aUnlnst you. and you ..i, required to serve a copy of your Answer or IMemlln* to the Bill of ComplHinl on the Plaintiffs attorney, PKKMKH. ROSEN ft MOFSKV 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Amrwer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk or the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of May, 1962. if you fail to do so, judunieiit by default will be taken aealnst you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for tour oonsecutue weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami. I'll.ruin. Ibis 2nd day Of April, A.D. 1962 B B LE VTHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dads County, i lorida .ill By: L. SNEEDEN I lepul v 'lei k IRHER, ROSEN \ Mi 'l'SKY ;n, ,.II Rd Miami i '• %  !.. Fli i;> .lam, %  8. Mofsky A toi n, i for Plaintiff 4/6-1. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C-1760 .I s (1LEASON, JR., as Admlnlstratm of Veterans Affairs, an Officer of the United States of Ann rii a, and his successors In such office, and his or their assigns, Plaintiff, \ B. KMERSON K DTKES, et ux, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO EMERSON B DTKES and AGNES .1 DYKES, his wife, if living, Including any unknown spouses of said Defendants it the} have remarried, and if dead t.i their unknown heirs, dei I grantees, assignees, creditors, Hi nirs, : rustei a and all other mi claiming by, through, unilei or against thesi Defendants (rhose resldi nces may be unkiii'V, n. TOI' ARE HKKKliY NOTIFIED thai II suit h in .ii brought against you by .1. S. ill BASON, .lit. as Admlnlstfal f Veterans Vffalrs, an Officer i ii, I'nlted States of America, and his 81 I "s m sin ll Office, and bis ,,ti %  ni In l he above-i ntltled Court, to foreclosi s nun tgage %  n cumbering 'ho following described nropi rty, lo-wlt: I..,i 52, %  1. 17. FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, according lo the plal : In reof, reeni ded In Plal Book BO I paai 19 of the uublli ri i di of l>.ii, County, FlorldSj ami >",i .ii' required to file your answ) i ,ih ihe • i.ik of the <'Iicull Couri of Dade County, Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or in fore Ma} s, 1962, and to serve a cop} f such answer upon DAVID P, I'ATSMAN. Plaintiff'a attorney, whose address is 14th Floor at nil Baal Flagler Btreet, Miami Hi, Florida, on or before said dale, as required by the laws of Florida, if you fall to do so, the complaint will be taken as confessed by you and a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint, DATED this 3"th day "f March, 1962. E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, l>:ul. County, Florida (seal) By: K. M I.YMAN Deputy cierk DAVID P. CATSM \ N nth Floor at 101 K. Flagler St. Miami 82, Florida 4'6-13-'jn-'_'7 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice Is hereby gJVen by the tindersigned thai on May 4. 1M2, at 2 p.m. at Palm Motors and Oarage, 1450 in \veiiuc. Hlaleah, the following car will be sold .it auction for towing and storage charge! 191 4-door Sedan owned By J. 0. Golden 20 N. W 30th SI Miami. I M No. 317 571 28; Lien amounting 1.00. 1>KK \. Inc. d I. ., Palftl Motors and i i. 1/20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VBN that thi undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name .„ SUPERIOR I.INKS' & Ff RNITI KJfl COMPANY at 699 N. W. 71st Street. Miami 50, Ha., intends to reglBter ~,,id name with the Clerk of the Circuit Couri of Dade County. Florida. SUPERIOR I.INKN CO.. INC. \ N. w Yirk Corp. authorised to do business In the State of Florida. Interest 100** LEON A. EPSTEIN Attorney for Applicant ISO Lincoln Road, Miami iteach r,OTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tTIVEN tha' ; the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IMPERIAL HOMES at 20631 NW 2nd Avenue, North Miami, Florida Intends to reglstei said name with the Clerk of the circuit Couri of had.County, Florida. AMERICAN STANDARD, INC, By: Edmund N. Analn, President KA.NNER ,v KAN.NKK By: Aa on M. Kanner Attorneys for American Standard, Inc. il". Security Trust Bldg. MM HI 12, Floi Ida 4 IS-20-27, 5/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Hi. underslgm d, desiring to engage iii business under the fictitious name of SN'AI'l'Vs at 2307 N.W. :17th Street, Miami. Florida intends to reglstei said name With the Clerk Of thi Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CUT PRICE SURPLUS CENTER, INC. Hi Edmund N An-iii, President KANNER .v. KANNBR By: Aaron M. Kanner Attorne} %  for Cut Price Surplus Center, Inc. 245 Security Trust Bldg, .Miami 82, Kla. 4 18-20-27, 3/4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 3806 JACOB KAIIA.N. Plaintiff, \ s. ANNETTA KA1IAN. 11. fi II i,int. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ANNETTA KAIIA.N |6 Anaheim Road, Long Beach, California V,,l \l;i: HEREBY NOTIFIED that In thi abovi cause, you are herei,i required i" serve cop} ol youi • ; %  the Co nplainl for Divorce ,.„ the Plaintiffs attorney, HAIII.^ ZI'KEliNlCK, 120 I.inc..In Road, Be ich, Floi Ida, and file the original thi reof In the office ol th clerk of the <' % % % %  • % % %  Court on lore May 14, 1962, or Complaint will ii taki n as • %  "i —• 'I by you. DATED: April 9. 1962. K. p.. LEATHERMAN Clerk Clri It I "out t By 1. SNEBDEN, 11. put} Cli rk i 18-20-27, 5 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name of DECORATIVE PLANTS. INC. at 1649 Sunset Drive, South Miami, Florida in;, nds to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l lade County, Florida. AUTISTIC PLANT AND I l.i 'U KK I'I Audi %  > I U.e. President MARVIN I. W IK.NKK LI >• Bldg., Miami 32, Fla. Attorne} for Artistic Plain and Flow el i. 4 13-20-27, 5 4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 62C 3975 J( .EL CHAVEZ Plaintiff y^ ELVIRA BALLBSTER CHAVBZ, Detendant NOTiCE OF PUBLICATION TO: ELVIRA HAKI.ICSTKR CH.WI./ ., s \N LAZARI > 571, BltOfl Havana, Cuba. ,,.,, Yul ELVIRA IIAKKKSTI.U i HAVEZ, San I. a/., in. 571, Altos. Havana, Itep. of Cuba, are required to Die your answer t,. tincomplaint for divorce, with the Cli ik of the above Court, ami serve a copj thereul upon Uino P. N.,| gretti, attorne) 910-11 TongrisBldg., Ill N. B. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, C.S.A. on r before May 21. IS62, or else complaint will be taken as ionDated, this l-'tli day of April, 196*. i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk circuit Court, Dade County, Kinruu (neal) M cAVAI.Altl.S Deputy Clerk 4/20-27-5/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to enfag< in business under the fictitious iwim Of BERMAICA at number 14:i:t NI) .Miami II.. In the City of Miami, Florida Intends to register the smld name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade Count] Florida. AI. OOTTLIEB, INC. B> : AI Gottlieb, i'i. Tallanoff, Waller and I.itman 120 l.ii In Rd., Miami Beach I 6-13-JD-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS the .in. %  lUSlni ss llllile TWIN CITY HEREBY %  I. desiring i the flctitln REALTY %  < VEN that %  age i" ^ name oi 'TWIN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 3530 WILLIE B. SCOTT, Plaintiff, vs. CASSIT: MAY so ITT. Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti %  : CABBIE MAY SCI ITT (address unknown I Y.iu. CAS8IE M\Y BCOTT ar< hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required ti serve a cop] ol your Answer or PleadiiiK to the Bill of Complain! on the Plaintiff's attorney. Herbert 1! Wlb inskv. 5IHI Alns'. y Ittiildlng, Miami ^2. Florida, ami file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerh of the Cii cull Curl on or before the 7th day of May, 1962. If you fall t' di, so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the P.ill of Complaint. This notb i Khali be published .nice each week for four conseCutlvi weeks in THE 11 u ISH ll.i Mill UAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, tin2i I daj of April. A.D. 1962 F. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. circuit Court, Dade County, Florida Is. all Bv Is M. I.v \l \N 11 y i' I' %  i k HERBERT I v \ II.KNSKY AH., i nej foi .' tifl PR 9 7Sts 4/6-13-20-21 ci'TY REALTY at 1220 16th Btreet, Miami Beach, Tim i.ia intend to register said name with the Clerk "i the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida. Ml IRTON WEISS MAGDALINA WEISS ANDREW MANDEL I.II.MAN MANDEL i Iwnei %  JOSEPH SEOOR Attoi ne) for Applicant* 4. 18-20-21 IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO 55623 RE: Estate of LEO 1,. ASHBR, 1 lece.ised. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Againsl Said Estate Yi,u are hereby notified and required to presenl an) claims and demands which you ma\ have against the estate if LEO L, ASIIKK. i • i .i. il late Of Bade county. Flrrlda, to the County ,.f-li;nl, County, and flic i lie -.HI. in duplicate and as provided In s'cel 733.16, Floi Ida Statutes, in .i fflci a In the Counl j l 'ourl 1 TI i 'ad,Counl i. lloi Ida, w mini -i\ calendar months from the mm oi the first publication hereof, or the ill be bai red Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th .1. ol \pril. A.D. 1962. IPMA ASIII i: LEO A. ASHBR, JR. As Executors. P.Yl'.i IN 1 si' IRBER, IS Lincoln Rd., Miami Beat h, Ha. An." in y I %  • i Bxi cutol 17, 5/4 IN T z CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 2330 DORIS ELAINE Mil.I.Kit. hv km wn as DORIS Al.AINK Cii.NKKV. Palntlff. vs. IOHN ,n SI:PH Ct)NROY. allaa |i iHN ii I8KPH Ci >NRl ^ i .| ndsin. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN l' iSKl'H CO.NKKY also ki i.v. n as J< IHN .IIISI:PII CONROT. i It, -il, ne,inkn.iw n i Y.ei are hereb) notified that a compaim foi annurni ni or dlvorci has be, n fled against you bj Doris Elaine Conroj .ind you are required to serri i copy of your Answer or other pleading to the Complaint upon OEORtSE N via. i uiNKi.i,. plaintiff's Attorney, ii i Biscay ni Building. Miami 82, rlo hi.i and N • thi original iif th. same in lb. ..ill. ..I the Clerk of the Ciii nil Court .ni or before the l'.th day of May, A.D. 1968; otherwlsi %  Decree Pin Confesso #111 be entered against DATED, April 11. 1962. F. B LE VTIIKKMAN, C|. rl. Circuit Court B) M A V Al.AKIS. I >. puty Clerk 4/18-20-27, %  t 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) ANY DOCUMENT (ClUB BUUf TINS 1CTTER REPORT Ptf ADINCS) (8Sx11 or 8>,xt* Black A White) Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAIT! CASH A CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 sdrtfL 5J*c.r ^jGUST BROS Ry £ the BEST'



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PM 4-A k>*HlfUridk>n Friday, April 27. I9e 2 "Jewish Floridian CFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA-M. THOMPSON Asst to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Florldlkn at 120 N.K. Sixth Street. Miami 1, Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florid*. The Jewish Floridlsn has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegrapnic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. or English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the Kashruth of the merchandise advertised in its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year S5.00 Three Years S10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 17 23 Nisan 5722 Friday. April 27, 1962 *>F\ A Slight Case Of Overweight The Bonn Government report on c lti-Semitism is rather like the fat man who seems troubled by his -. eight, but goes on eating choco1: tes anyway. The burden of .: ouble, whether in the form of conscience or any other, is a reavy one; but positive action to ameliorate the difficulty would require infinitely more dedication a purpose. Various leaders of the West German Federal Republic have on many occasions since World War '.'. show:a genuine concern for : enewed manifestations of antiSemitism in their country. The Government, itself, has taken frerraent and forceful steps to guarantee against the renewed eruption of this scourge. Whatever may be said about the personal role of the German reople in the Nazi slaughter of s.x million Jews during the Hitler era, it must also be said that xr.any of them have seemed honestly conscientious in their deterrr. motion to make amends. Neither does it at this point matter whether they have been motivated by guilt C: the terrifying spectre of World War II. The positive attitudes of students in a good r. .imber of West German universities, the seemingly spontaneous and massive Anne Frank memorials, the occasional group tours young people make to the State of Israel, the awesome acceptance of plays, motion pictures, and television productions documenting the Nazi era — all these have been encouraging cultural evidence of the nation's deep-rooted concern over the problem. Neither in this case do the psychoanalytical studies of the overwhelming German attraction tcward forms of self-destruction mitigate what must clearly be some quantitatively genuine signs of national contrition. But the fact remains that the Jewish population of West Germany today barely numbers 33,000 souls. And when, in the face of all the cood work done to combat anti-Semitism and when, in the bloody spectre of the Hitler epoch, c people must still wrestle with their active hatred of such a small group remaining among them, the signs of the times are evil indeed. How is it that Europe's most wealthy and powerful nation, despite ruinous defeat in World War II, and partition as a consequence oi it, can still take time out for anti-Semitism? In the answer to this guestion lies the extent c; the virulence of the disease. Admittedly, the Bonn Government report attempts an objective documentation of the problem. But the sudden need to point to outside influences as a forceful factor in the resurgence of neo-Nazism is the first time that the Federal Republic has shied away from its own respons.bility in this matter. No one denies that antiSemitism exists elsewhere in the world. Neither, however, by pointing to its existence eisewhere. can Germany expect to minimize its own. If the Bonn Government is getting fat, it should go on a diet rather than petulantly to declare that others are also eating chocolate. j j m during the week as i see it by LEO MINDLIN %  :n %  ::..;.;:.•.:.;• %  Arrival of Mr. Ribicoff A distinguished member of the Kennedy Administration Cabinet will arrive in Miami this weekend to address a dinner of Cedars cf Lebanon Hospital on Saturday evening. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Abraham Ribicoff may well bring some interesting observations to Miamians on the controversial question of medical care for the aged —a major plank in the Kennedy Administration welfare program. What should make the anticipated message particularly piquant will be the presence of so many members of the medical profession in Secretary Ribicoff's audience. That the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital dinner can serve as such a forum is telling evidence of the character of the hospital, whose roots lie deeply embedded within the community to which it ministers. The Saturday night function will honor Samuel T. Sapiro, president of Cedars, for his role in helping to make the hospital a reality on the Greater Miami medical scene. Mr. Sapiro symbolizes the many dedicated men and women in the community who have ardenty assisted in this effort. The dinner tribute is a further example of the Cedars of Lebanon determination to play a telling role in the overall health and welfare programs of the Greater Miami community. Meaning of Statements Repeated statements by legislators in the Congress and by British titled spokesmen, as in the case of Sir Barnett Janner this week, go a long way toward accomplishing a little in the matter of bringing pressure to bear toward a reexamination of Western policies in the Middle East. The sad thing about these statements, at least so far as the Congress is concerned, is that they almost always come horn the same Senators and Representatives. Even sadder is that these legislators have few ties and fewer powers in the highest echelons of foreign policy formulation. The result is that the problems are aired publicly, and that nothing is done where it counts to ameliorate them. Neither can we be sure that repeated airings are good in themselves; for it may also be true that they merely dissipate whatever sense of urgency the problems had in the first instance. Then what do grand statements by these legislators mean except within the precincts of their own constituencies? Nothing — if silent action fails to give them substance. A DLAI STEVENSON sat in, ** room at Miami SpriM. Villas back in November ig Days before, Israel had launch. ed the Sinai campaign i n conjunction with the Franco-British drive on Suez. News of the war broke for me at a Greater Miami Jewish Federation function in one of the oceanfront hotels here. On Oct. 29, I was participating m a panel discussion sponsored by the Federation Women's Division. Moderator was Kahum Asiar, then Consul of Israel for the Southeast! ern region of the United States. During the morning program, someone raced in to report the sensational story. I recall very clearly that Consul Astar turned pale, then muttered something about the gravity of the situation. The nation was on the eve of a Presidential election. Only the most smitten GOP supporter would deny that Republican foreign policy in the Middle East had finally backfired on a grand scale Under ordinary circumstances, the Suez-Sinai campaign should have meant a damaging repudiation of the Eisenhower-Dulles Admim-tration. Coming literally hours before Election Day. it might even be disastrous. But Dwighl Eisenhower was no ordinary President; and the country's blind attraction toward him seemed clinicallj pathological, to boot. Ike threatened Israel in the most savage terms, while stabh.n? Britain and France, ourtraditional allies, in the back. Separating the itic measures to v. Inch Israel had resorted from the corrosive mini Stale Department policy on her, the President succei "explaining" to the nation that the "aggressive" Jewish republic must be punished if Israel troops failed to withdraw unconditionally. For first, and only, time in office, Eisenhower acted. Never had he been so p ritive; never again, in his next four-> he prove so A MATTER OF BIPARTISANSHIP M R. STEVENSON SAT in his room at Miami Springs Vi agonized. I hod asked him for a statement on Dulles-E in the Middle East. From his previous ren the course of the campaign, it appeared inevitable that he tut a; the Presid tnt's one-sided approach to the Suez-Suiai action. A press conference several weeks earlier In Miami saw the D cratic Party candidate exceedingly willing to offer his critical views on this matter. (He was. after all. running for office.) But Mr Stevenson cont.nued to agonize. The statement was flowin coming. Surrounded by the late James Finnegan, his national campaign manager, and Ed Ball, a high echelon assistant, he phrased and rephrased his thinking with respect to how he might best go on record anew. Time slipped by slowly from 7:30 a.m., and then suddenly it was 8:30 a.m., and Stevenson rose to be dr.ven several blocks to the airport for a hop to north Florida. Ball stayed behind, and Finnegan returned less than a quarter of an hour later. We sat in the room, cold scrambled eggs, virtually untouched, and a half-filled cup of cold coffee on Mr. Stevenson's breakfast tray. "Where is the statement?"' I asked. When Stevenson had left to catch his plane, he promised to give it one final touch during the brief taxi ride to the 36th Street airport, and to send it back with Finnegan. My question was answered evenly: There would be no statement. 1 then asked for the reason behind what must subsequently be regarded as a Stevenson withdrawal. The explanation proved to be saccharine-smooth but irrevocable: The Democratic candidate didn't think it would be proper to embarrass the President at this or any other time with respect to foreign policy matters. These were, after all, bipartisan. (Was he, indeed, running for office.') A MATTER OF SERIOUS PUZZLEMENT I DID NOT then, and I do not today, believe that anything could have stopped the Eisenhower tide. It was all part of the nation's pathological father image attachment to him. But I found it inconceivable at the time, and I still remain abashed, to recall Mr. Stevenson*! rejection of a golden opportunity to tell the world that at le."t some Americans held a more realistic view of the Suez-Sinai campaign than Papa Eisenhower's. And, if a statement from him could clearly mean little at the ballot box. and not much more in terms of history, it would at least tell us something of the mettle of Mr. Stevenson, himself. All of which is singularly pertinent in April. 1962 because of Mr. Stevenson's role in I ho recent United Nations censure of Israel The bipartisan fiction, perpetrated by the Republicans in their iron rule behind the Eisenhower facade, is no longer available to him as an excuse. Mr. Stevenson's party has returned to power; and, in leading the rat pack that raced toward censure, he has clearly spoken for the Administration, whose voice at least on this issue seem.strangely akin to the one it supcrceded. But Mr. Kennedy's expert change of face, which would put a chameleon to shame, is beyond the purview of the considerations set forth here. For the question now becomes: Did Adlai Stevenson really intend to offer a statement on the Suez-Sinai campaign back in 1956? Did he honestly differ with the Republican incumbent? Or was his sudden decision to refrain from challenging his opponent on a critical issue a reflection of Mr. Stevenson's ultimate intellectual BOnestya silent expression of his agreement that Israel had erred unilaterallyIT WILL BE DONE IN A FLOURISH OF RESIGNATION THE SUBSTANTIAL MEANING of Adlai Stevenson's position in the recent Syria-Israel border shooting is that Israel was entirely & blame. His statement and its taciturn expression, no less than his peculiarly strange demand that Gen. von Horn, chief of UM l N truce unit in the Middle Fast, be brought to the United Nations tor* personal report, corroborate this and recall the dense, one-sided thinking that marked the most wicked years of Dulles-Eisenhower lore'S 11 policy there. I said before, in referring to the U.S.-led censure move, that SBStevenson clearly spoke for the Administration. There is no douM that, as U.S. Ambassador, he must do precisely this and little lore j But a second question now arises to stand alongside the first: i>w he also speak for himself? If the answer here is that he remained silent in 1956 because he agreed with his opponent, then the nswe to the second must be that, in speaking for the Administration, he also spoke for himself. But the puzzle becomes all the more fascinating if, forgetting 1 5 monstrously inept 1356 Presidential campaign, we now concentrate on the recent UX censure of Israel. For if Mr. Stevenson was a victim Continued on Page 10-A



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Friday. April 27, 1962 lw*nnrMg?*n Page 153 JYS Planning Annual Meeting Jewish Vocational Service will hold its annual membership meeting Wednesday. May 23, according lo Clemen J. Ehrlich, president of the organization. Ehrlich this week announced numbers of the program committee, who will include Marshall S. Harris, chairman. Mrs. Jack Cheri.au, Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, Jerome Greene, and Albert J. liirsch. Jewish Vocational Service is a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and a member of the Welfare Planning Conc i %  '>:." % %  '• Dr Michael Goodman is executive director ot the agency. Zionists Plan Anniversary Fete Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America „•( computing plans for a community-wide Israel Independence Day celebraton on Tuesday evening, May 8 The event :) which the public is invited to attend, will take place ?t 8:30 p.m at the Miami Beacti Senior High School Auditorium, according to .'.>'pti Mechlow. chairman of the celebration. Al Ossip. a tormer president ot the Miami Beach Zionist District, and for several years program chairman, will be toastmaster. Special Israel entertainment is bein^ planned. Program for the evening is being arranged by the dance troupe of the South Florida Zionist Youth Commission Senior Judea group. Ezra Finegold. veteran Zionist leader of Miami Beach, has been appointed vice chairman of the event and Sidney Raymond, board member of the Miami Beach Zionist District, has been appointed to coordinate the congregations ot Smith Florida LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Joseph M. Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., receives the WGBS Radio Award of Appreciation and Meritorious Service from station manager, Bernard E. Neary (right). Lipton i* a South Florida civic leader and savings and loan authority. In addition, for the past 15 years, acting for Dade Federal Savinqs, he has been patron of the annual Dade county "Outstanding Citizens Award" sponsored by Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. UM Youth, 21. Succumbs Here Jerry Lee Spector, 21-year-old student at the University of Miami, died Friday. Apr. 20. A junior at the U of M, and a student leader, tl • Miu umbed to cancer. Mr. Specter was on the cabinet of the Undergra luate Student Government ami ser id aco set ret of cultural affairs, lie was ranked second in inner competition in Del ta Sigma Pi business fraternity. A native Miatnian, he was a grandson of pioneer South Florida builder Sam Spector and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dock, pioneer Miamians and charter Beth David members. A graduate of Miami Senior High School, he was a member of the Intergroup Youth Council of the National Conference of Christians and Jews there, a president of Initcd Synagogue Youth of Betn David, and vice president of Miami AZA 322 of the B'nai B'rith Ytjuth Organization. He is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Spector; a brother, Morris; sister, Mrs. Frances S. Kahn; and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spector, all of Miami. Services were in Gordon Funeral Home. Chappell Drives For Commission Dan Chappell. candidate for C.iunty Commissioner representing District 2. in a speech before several hundred campaign workers : and friends at his headquarters Inay nuhi. reiterated his pledge I to put "heart" into Metro government, and outlined his plans to open a full-time County Commission office "so that the good people lining in District 2 can bring their problems and complaints to their commissioner without running down to the courthouse and then t;g to get on the agenda." Chappell said "Metro government can and will work if it's understood by the people, and it belong to all the people. • The Metro ship can sail smoothi\ • it has a good rudder, and I nk that my experience in govment can provide the balance I to keep it on an even keel." Chappell has been a resident ot Dade county for 35 years. He is an ittnrnev i banker, and a leading i businessman LEGAL NOTICE Pittsburgh Rites For Dr. Moseson Rabbi Solomon I. Moseson. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, Pittsburgh, Pa., died in the Montefiore Hospital there on Apr. 22 at the age of 49. A 1934 graduate of Yeshiva University, Rabbi Moseson had served in the pulpit of Beth Sholom for the past seven years. Surviving are his wife. Rose, sister of Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Whitman; and two grandchildren Dr. and Mrs. Lehrman attended the services in Pittsburgh on Apr. 23. Mrs. Rosenthal Des at Age 57 Gertrude L. Rosenthal. 57. ot S3.; Venetian Way. died Apr. 20. she came here 36 years ago from Bridgeport. Conn., and was a graduate of the Columbia University School of Dental Hygiene. One of the first licensed dental hygienists in Florida, she was a member of Westview Country Club. Temple Israel Sisterhood, Council of Jewish Women, Hadessah. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary, and Brandeis University Auxiliary. Surviving are her husband. Dr. Albert E.. past president of the Florida East Coast District Dental Society; a son. Dr. Eugene P.; a daughter. Mrs. Robert H. Vatz; and two grandchildren. She also eaves her mother, Mrs. Rose Lang. Serv.ces were Apr. 22 in Gordon Funeral Home. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4371 CAROL II"I >l.i^t ITT I'lulnliri \s !.;ii-i.-vi., %  ,-, ii.lil'ITT. I lefendant. Tl l I'.ugeue i'. Colqultl Route :. Dudei ill.-. Alubiima You, Kti'-rn. c Colquitt art 1 here'.\ notified that a Hill <iI to do s... j i.ii-m. ii b> default will be taken ngulnsl vou for the relief demanded in Hi. BUI % %  < Complaint, This II.. 11. .• nhuli be published .-Mill week ror four consecutive week* :n THE JEWISH El ( M'.IMI \\ l"i\K AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, tin.2Srd day ..f April, A.l> IU62 i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circull Court, Dade County, Florida taeal) B> : M l" WAI.AKIS 1 >eputj Clerk MAX \ tioLDFARIi 307 l M M a> II. Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorne) for Plaintiff %  l 27, .". l-ll -1 %  NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Iff HKKEKY tllVEN that thi underpinned, desiring to encase In business under the fictitious name of rONSTITI'TloN I.lit: INSURANCE VtiENt'Y al 126.10 N E. nth A. N Mil mi, Florida Intend), to r.-t-: i~t • i said name "i:li th.I'lerk of the ClrII; i '..in i ..i 1 1 ..I. Cnunty, i orlda, IItAXK I" H'OLAS I 27, :. i-l l -|v IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6ZC 4435 IHHER REALTY, IN('., and MELVIN J. SSOLLER and i' \ l;i il.YN II. ZOLLER, Plaintlffa, va ill.I.EN. the wir,..t ROBERT W. dl.l.KN", SI:., deceased, unknown apouae ol CI'I.LK.N if .-inhas remarried and the reapei live unknown hairs of ROBERT W. i 'ii.i .EN. sit., ami all other persona claiming by, through, under or against thi i parties, all ol whose residences are unknown, and LESTER I. DAY an.I DAY, his wife, I tefendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CULLEN, HI. wifi ..f ROBERT \V. Cl'LLEN, BR dei i ased, unknown sp >use of • Tl LKN if she hi remarried and the respective unknown heirs of RC IBERT VV. Cl'LLEN, SR ..ml all other persons claiming by, through, under or against these parties, all ..; whose residences ari unknown ADDREKS CNKNOWN Yol" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint for Foreclosure has been riled agalnsl you up..a the mortgage covering the following described propert | Lot 1. 111... i. l. rin >PICAL GARDENS ESTATES, according to the Plat thereof, aa recorded In Plat Book 58, at Page 74, of the Public Records of Dane County, Florida, and you are required i" serve a oopj % f your Answer to the Complalm on plaintiffs' attorney, A. BUDD 'l TLER, 70S Ain-l.y Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Cln ull %  ..mi ..ii or before the 28th daj ol May, 1962) or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED at Miami. Dade Countv, Florida, this 24th day of April, 1962. !•:. H. L.EATHERMAN i "l.-rk ..I i 'i:. -1.1 i "...in Miami, l >ade Count). F lorlda (seal) Bj M. CAVAl.ARId Deputy t 'i.i k 4 27, 5/4-11-18 NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4437 BARBARA KAYE RI'REJREOEN, Plaintiff, vs. ISRAEL SPREJREOEN, I i.-l.-mlalit SUIT FOR DIVORCE You, ISI:AI:I. SPREJREOEN, are hereb) notified thai a BUI ol Con plaint for Divorce ha.been filed agalnsl you, and you are required serve %  > copy of your Answer or P lag to the Bill ..I Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, Martin s Saxon, I'L'n 71 sl Street, Miami Beaeh, Fiords and file the oi igtnal Answer o Pleading In the office "f the Clei th,i"ii. nil Col rl "ii ..I bef the 28th %  :,iy ..i Miu 1982, It you fail to .1" t default "ill bi taken against you for the relief den II i hi I Ull of i '..mpl %  i %  %  t This ii"' ce shail be publishi I a. h week for four % %  insi cutlvi wei in THE JEWISH l"L' PRIDIAN DONE AND I iRl >KKKI I al V > Florida, this ^iiii day of Api il A i >. 1962 E B LEATHERMAN, i • %  Circuit Court, l lade Coun I iseal) Bj K. M LYMAN Deput] i "lei k MARTIN S. SAXON 1 220 "1st St iv. t Miami Beach, 11 Attorm foi Plaintiff 1 27, 5 1-11-18 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55477-A IN RE: Estate of UENNIE l. i:ili iWN I 'eceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or l'••man.is Agalnsl Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present an) claims and demands which you, or either of you. mas have agalnsl the estate .t BENN1E .1 BROWN deceased late "i Dade County, Florida, ii. ihHonorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in in.County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within itx i-alendar months from the date of the tir.-i publication hereof, Bald clalma or demands to contain the legal ad• II esa of i ii" claimant and to be sw in to and presented as aforesaid, i r same will be barred. l late April -' I, A D. 1982. II A l:l;Y Ji IE BRl IWN As K\. in.: l I thl Last Will and Testament of BENNIE .1 BROWN Deceased. HENRY NORTON Attoi II. %  > for K\ cutor i 27, 5 4 -11 -1 •< LEGAL NOTICF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4424 HARRY I.ITTMAN. Plaintiff, I:I >SK LITTMAN, va. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION rO: ROSE I.I I "I'M AN j I is Washington Avenue Bronx, Naw York Ynii are hereby notified that a •.miplaiiit for Divorce has been fltod igalnat you, and you are required m rive a cops f your Answer thereto .II I'laintlfi's attorney, EOQBNE J. A KISS. In7 Lincoln Road, Miami each, Florida, and file the .aiKinil n ih. office of the Clerk of the drill Court "ii or before the 28th da) May, 1961, or a default will be ken against ou. Ith day .f April. IMS. E B I. VTHERMAN, i'lerk I I.. SNEFJDEN 1 1 puty Clerk 4/i7, /4-ll-18 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ih HKRKHY HIVEN that the mi'l.'isit II.-.I. deslrlua t.> engage in business under the fictitious name of COOLAIR Ct>XDITH)NINf! A REItlOERATH IX SERVICE ill 7:!l 5th Miami Beach Intend i" regl ter .....I name with the Clerk of thi I'lr.iiii Court of Dade County, Florida ISA A.' Mi INCAH2 KAIL Mi >N( 'ARZ HENRY SAI HARRY X.l K I'.RNIi'K Al li.ltiri I. r %  ixvn.-i s I2n i iii."in i: i Miami Beaeh i -7. :. i-11 • iv NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4377 Ml'RRAY Cl ARI'El.1.1. Plaintiff, vs. HELEN OIARDELLI, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IIKLEN OIAKI'KLLI 201:. IMh Street Astoria .">. Long Island New York You, HELEN OIARDELLI are h.reb) notified that a Mill of ComplHint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required t. serve %  copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, oitR a I.AZAH, 407 Lincoln lto.nl. Suite UK, Miami Reach. Florida and file thioriginal Answer ^v Pleading In the office of th* Clark of the Circuit Court on or before the 28th day of May, IMI. If your fail to do s... judgment by d.-fault win be taken agalnsl you fur the i.li.-t demanded in the tun of Complaint. This notice shall be published onci each week for four consecutive week in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, ibis SSrd da) of April. A.I> IMI B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circull Court, Dade County. Florida (aeal) BJ I. SNEEDEN Deputs Clerk ORR s LAZAR in? Lin... in Road, Suite UK Miami Beach, Ila -IE 2-H •! Attoi ne) s for Plaintiff i ::. 5 I-II-IV IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55825 A IN in-: Estate of Si >FIE KARY Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltoi and Ml Personi Haj Ing Claims .... Demands Agalnsl Said Kstate: You ne hereb) notified and required i" presenl an) claimfi and demand! which you ma) havi agalnsl hi esl i" "i S( I| IE KARY di i • ..-• .1 i.ii. of Dade County, Florida, lo the County Judges ol Dade County, and i the -.nil.in duplicate and as prov i.i.-.I in Section J 13 16, Floi Ida Stai in. s. in their offices in the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within s.\ calendar months from thi time of the fiist publication hereof, Or till %  Ml. "ill be bill IV.i. Dated al Miami. F'lorida, tin. 23rd da) of April. A 11. 1962. JOSEPH BOHM As Executor uf thi Estati ol Sofia Km. NVELLISCH .v DOCtJHFJRTY Attorney for thi s>tati of Sofle Kar) 1418 Ci 'iini ess Building Miami, Florida I 27, J l-ll-is NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4310 .1 Al '111: FoRMAN. Plaintiff, \ s HERMINE FORMAN, 1 'efeiulanl. TO: ll.-i mine Forman %  efapoieiano, Kell> As.n-coman, Attornays, 141 Wall Street. Klngaton, New York You are hereby nolifie.l thai ;. BHI uf Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you .ir.requlred to serve a cop) "i youi AnbWer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, MARVIN M. C.REEN, 612 71sl SI .Miami Beach II, Florida; and fll< the original Answei or Pleading In the "Hi. • of the Clerk ol the • "ii cull Court i before im 18th da) ..f Ma). 1962. If you fall lo do so, | idi i. in b) default III be taken against you for th. relli i Hill of Complaint This notice shall el, eh Week for foUl ii THE JEWISH demanded in th be published nnci consecm hre •-. i. r L.ORIDI \N DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, i ii is. 80th das of Aoril! A I' 1962, E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circull Court, Dade County. Ftortda (aeal) Bs K M I.YMAN I'ejHilN i'lerk MARVIN M illlKKN. Attorncv-at-Lnw 111^ Tlsl Street Miami Beach, I'la UN 5-lflti Attorne) for Plaintiff i IT, I l-ll-is NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT 0 = FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4E07 JACQCEL1NE c.i nilREY. Plaintiff, vs LLOYD JAMES GODFREY, I '. f. in lain SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ii %  : I.I.i iYI i JAMES m IDFREY Address L'nknown. You. Lloyd .lam.s Godfrey, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complain! for Dlvorci lias bean filed agalnsl you, ami you are required :• serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading I., the Bill of Complaint on il a Plaintiff's nttorney, Charlotte i Barkan. 232 Pan American Buildang. Miami ;;-. Florida and Hie the original Answer oi Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circull Court on or before the I'MII day of May, 1962. if \ ..ii fall to do so. Judgment b) default "ill be taken agalnsl you "for lb. relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint Tit..notice -hail be pui.ii.-h.-i oa>ce pach week for four consecutive weeks in Till: .1 KWISH I I.i HM M AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, ibis 2&th day ..f April A 1 >. 1962 E B LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circull Court. Dade • ounty, 1'o.iida is. a ll B) K. M l.YMAN I iipiltv Clerk i MALI.i ITTE l BARKAN 232 Pan American Bank Building Miami :;L'. Ilorida Vttorm > rm Plaintiff l 27, 5/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4288 .MAN KLEIN, Plaintiff, \ s. Ri >SE KLEIN I ". fi in Li li t SU.T FOR DIVORCE You, ROSE KLEIN, 1040 North i :.n.-. %  %  Avenue, Apartment No, 3. i.< s Angeles 16, California, are haveb) notified th. i a Bill of Complaint for dlvi : % %  • hab, en riled against you, ami you are required to aei cop) of your Answer or Pleadll ili. Kill of Complaint on the plaintiff* attorney, Harold Shapiro, :'7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and fill th iginal Answer >>r Pleading in the offli i of ih. i'lerk of the i "i cult Court, on or before the isth d j "t May, 1962. If you fall to do so, judgmeni by default will be taken nal you foi the relief demanded in th. Dill of Complaint. DONE \NH ORDERED at Miami F'lorida, this 19th da) of April. 196:'. !•: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i 'Ircull Court, I >ade Count). I loi Ida la. il) By: I. BNEEDEN p. put) Clerk t 4/17, 5/4-11-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4522 hi'HAKLKS SCHWARCZ and HELEN si'iiw Al:./.. hiwifi Plaintiffs, va, iiii I.M \s ii MILLS and Ql BEN E. MILLS, his wife, ^JJ and WILLIAM .N I kw osin and JOSEPH 1 >' IRl 'SIN. Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: WILLIAM N IH>KtMIN 420 North Wood Amniir Linden, New Josso) and Ti i Ii iSI'.l'H DORi IH1N 628 North Av enue Jersey City, New JerseyY-il' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a i oinplaint to Foreclose Mortgage on the following described property: The North >lli feel of laH 11, "of RANDOLPH ACRES, according to in. Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book II, ai Page 26, "f the Public It. ."..Is of lia.l. County, Florida; ha.been brought agalnat you, and you a>. hereb) notified to serve a copj of youi answer M pleading upon JAMES F. POLLACK, Attorney for Plaintiffs, ::Tis West Flagler street. Miami 44, FloHdii. and file the original in the office of thi Clerk of the | "ircull Court of I lad. County, I'lori.ia. ..ii or li. for. the 28th day of May. 1962, otherwise the allegations of said Oumuialnl grill be taken as confessed b) v.. II DATED al Miami. Dade Countv. Florida, this iT.tli .lav of April. 12 E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Conn. Dade County, F'lorida • seal) B) K M l.YMAN" i leput) i 'lerk .-./4-U-1S



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Friday, April 27. 1962 +Jewish RcrkHan Page 5-A Blank, Friedland, Orovitz. Ruskin To be Honored at Israel Bond Function Launching 14th Anniversary Celebration Four Miami business and civic adnn have been chosen for spe' cial recognition by the State of Israel, it was announced this week by Dr. Joseph J. Schwarz, worldwide head of the Israel Bond OrI ganization. To be honored at a dinner of tribute will be Sam Blank. Samuel: i idland. Max Orovitz and Dan. Ruskin, who, "as the Miami j GrouD, initiated the proeram of ptivate investment in Israel when ;-•... I was born and were thus the : irerunnera ol the world-wide State •. i Bond issue." Weinkle, Greater M i ;i m i ad %  u ii! be i hairman of M. The diru-.er w ; ll take place on Sunday, May 27, at the fabulous c! the Greater Miami Israel Eand committee, in con JIM:! ion wi'h the community-wide ceiebra'ion ct the fh ••• liv.rsary of Israel's independence. cing Ihe tribute to the ii internationally-noted members i the "'Miami Group," Dr. 5chw irtz emphasized "the business vision and courageous faith in the fledgling State of Israel shown by :hese men 1-i years ago when they (inbarkrd upon a program of priInvestment in Israel." Their action served as a pattern for other important investors and subsequently led to the launching >f Ihe world-wide Israel Bond program. Dr. Schwartz declared. "With the very birth of the State of Israel, the four Miamians were irrevocably convinced of the State of Israel as a Jewish State, of its economic potentialities, and of the wisdom of collaboration between private enterprise in the United Stales and private iniative in Israel. "The Miami Group gives due credit for their initiative and continued interest ID Israel to one oT Israel leading industrialists, Xavier Federmann." It was Federmann who, in the fall of 1947, first met Max Orovitz and interested him in the possibilities of investment in Israel, according to Dr. Schwartz. Orovitz, then co-owner of the Public Gas Company of Miami, vico chairman of the Maul* Industrie of Florida, and nationally known as one of Miami's leading philanthropists and businessmen, initiated steps that led to the formation of the Miami Group. He interested three other noted Miamians in the project, Sam Blank, Samuel Friedland and Dan B. Ruskin. Friedland is chairman of the board of Food Fair Stores, and is currently chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee. Blank is president of National Brands, and a leading member of j the Israel Bond executive board. Ruskin was then co-owner with Or-, ovitz of the Public Gas Company. | The diversified investments of the Miami Group include the King Da-, via hotel, the Accadia hotel, Dan hotel, an asbestos pipe factory, a major interest in a hank, and the I I Israel-American Oil Corp. Israeli spokesmen pointed out that the celebration of Israel's 14th ; I anniversary, under the auspices of the Israel Bond Organization, "was a fitting occasion to pay just honor to the members of the Mia Group." H0TEL s C0NFlRM BOTH ROOM Internationally-noted Miami business and philanthropic leaders who will be honored at a dinner of tribute on May 27 under the auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Left to right are Max Orovitz, Sam Blank, Dan B. Ruskin and Samuel Friedland. Yiddish Language Records Available Rabbi Leon Kronish, president j of the South Florida Council of the J American Jewish Congress, has anj nounced that a self-teaching course in the Yiddish language is available at the American Jewish Congress office, 714 Congress bldg. A manual guide, accompanied by a two-record LP album, "Invitation to Yiddish," has been prepared by Dr. Sol Liptzin, chairman [ of the Commission on Jewish Af-' fairs of the American Jewish Congress, with the cooperation of the Workmen's Circle, Jewish Culture i J Foundation, S h o 1 e m Aleichem schools, Farband, and the Jewish Education Committee of New York City. The 16-lesson records use standard Yiddish, and were prepared by Yudel Mark, educator, with many years of experience in Yiddish language teaching and research. IT'S DONE VM RESEMTRON SHERATONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COM PITER? Just call PLaza 10961. SHERATON HOTELS 60 hotels in 42 cities coast tc CO*** tne U.S.A.. in Hawaii, in Canada, a-.e OVStMM PREPARE YOUR BOY FOR THE BETTER JOB HlKh school at least. Coller< M '" bible. With our plan you :n helj arrange it. NAT G A XS 3200 S.W. 3rd Aveaae, Miami Chants Ft 3-4*16 ar HI 6-W81 APPROVED OF THE MEMBERS OF THE 0*5 jjO' ^f Ir| t : McMBtho ur int 7 J.4 / DADE COUNTY BAR VOTING TERMED JUDGE PHILLIP GOLDMAN 'WELL QUALIFIED" & "QUALIFIED RICHARD ERVIN ATTORNEY GENERAL OF FLORIDA SAID THIS ABOUT PHILLIP GOLDMAN I BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST ADDITION TO THE BENCH THAT HAS OCCURRED DURING MY MEMORY." JOHN McDERMOTT POLITICAL EDITOR OF THE MIAMI HERALD



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Page 8-B • Jen •#*/• IhriJian Friday. April 27, 1962 LEADING FAMILIES PLAN WEDDING FRANCES WOMAN OF THE WEEK I iko irost little oi rl. Frances (Mrs. Milton) I.i"n tiVod tn p'^v school and house with dolls; only Frances was most fortunate—she had two little sisters, Edith and Gertrude, with whom she played instead. In New York, where she lived, she would go to the Ice Palace to skate. Doing a perfect fifure eight was her specialty. She loved to dance and won a prize for waltzing. At the dance studio where she practised, she met a young Broadway actor. James Cagney. who frequently came there to limber up. She certainly was impressed with this "typical" Irishman, who spoke perfect Yiddish. Even now she never misses a chance to see him on the screen. Frances married when she was quite young, and hatwo daughters and four grandchildren. Eleven years ago. given the choice between California and Florida as a home. Frances untesitantly chose Florida. For personal '••"'•" %  Frances became interested in the work of the Cancer Institute. She was president of Shore Unit of Cancer and on the board of the Cancer Institute. Presently, she is president of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach. An excellent knitter. Frances delights ;n making sweaters for her daughters, herself and her grandchildren. She likes to read serious fiction. Every night, before she goes to sleep, she "gets lost" in a fine piece of serious literature. Music, ballet. Theater—all of the arts intrigue Frances—and she is always a First Kighter. A'thongh she used to play herself. Frances gave the piano away when the girls got mairied. As for ice skating: several years ago. she took the children to the rink. Someone fell down in front of her and broke a leg. That was the end of the ice skating. Frances enjoys the holidays for two reasons. One is the fact that she loves to cook. This year, as is her cu-tom. she made eefe''e f'sh. u*i*"" t'"> *iw -"rip,, ihat has been handed down m her family from mother to daughter. Frances takes everything in stride. The little human errors that crop up in organization work, she doesn't fret over. These things, in her estimation, are unimportant. The main thing, she believes, is to stay well, and in her capacity as president of the Cancer League. She has daily ample proof of this philosophical view of life. HAPPY HOUR Do you want tn know what a "Hanpy Hoi"-" >' .Ti•;t dV Bi'"nv iMrs. Jay R.) Schwartz, Zelma (Mrs. Henry) Wolff, Grace (Mrs. Burton) Goldstein. Barbara (Mrs. Burghard) Steiner, Felice (Mrs. Joseph) Davis, or Mickey (Mrs. David) Fleeman who were among the guests when Lucy (Mrs. Irwin) Kuntz had a "happy Hour" so that her sisterin-law, Elsie (Mrs. A. N.) Korman, visiting from New Orleans, could renew old friendships. It was a most pleasant hour, indeed. Tea was not served. TWO FOR A FAMILY At least four years ago, Shirley (Mrs. Donald) Michnoff came home from Bayshore Golf Course quite excited. She had made a hole-in-one. Recently Dr. Michnoff came home from Bayshore equally excited. He had made a hnle-in-one on the exr.ct same hole—the tenth. Shirley was on TV the other night in a new contest program called "Holein-One." She confessed that it is very hard to concentrate under pressure and that she was nervous. But you wouldn't have guessed it. She won four and is mo>t anxious to use one of the prizes, which was a trip to Nassau for two. SOCIAL SECURITY WHERE IS THY STING? All 1> l";. kept the secret. Tile invitations were in the form •cial securit) card Thev re;"'. 'To be Fixty-i ti s-w-.-i rty isn't enough. Luxuries will be few. so we look to you." Mir : dred Abrams sent out the invitations to celebrate her husband I! rb's important birthday. The dinner was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonoleman, their dam hter and son-'n-law. All the gi ests can i In >„ ..,•.• ....,,. • i Fire-tones. Mrs. Jimmy Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Santly, Mr. and Mrs phi] Salmon. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brick, and Mr and Mrs. Arthur Gerwertz, brother of the uke-playing Archie. THE GRAPEVINE The Saturday Club, of which Ida Goldberg and Selma Mrs. Irving) Marcus are staunch members, had a luncheon at The Ed-n Ro" tor Marjorio Levengton before her marriage to J. M. Kalish. They had a beautifully-wrapped gift that she was anxious to open, but she had to wait until after lunch for that. Selma't siatei in law, Frances Mrs. Sol) Marcus, here for a five-week vacation with her husband, took the day off from fishing. She had just caught a bone fish of which she waa justifiably proud It hasn't gone out cf style on Fairway dr.. taking the baby out for a stroll. First Rita (Mrs. Harold) Stone and Doris (Mrs. Leon) Sirkin have coffee, and then they wheel their baby daughters up the street in their buggies. The mamas say that the babies jabber to each other all the t-me. but no one else seems to think that five-monthold Molly Ann Sirkin and Karen Stone are holding a conversation. Miss Kaplan Eyes August Rites Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, 1795 SW 12th st.. announr? the betrothal of their daughter. R;t.i Merle, to Edwin M. fiingbiiro; en" of ^'"" ">d Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, of Miami Beach. A graduate of Miami High, the biide-elect '.s a sophomore at the University of Florida and belongs to Alpha Epsilon Phi. Her fiance, an alumnus of Miami Peach High and the University of Florida, is now in his first year in the law school of the University oi Florida. He is a member of Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity. Phi Alpha Delta, legal. Beta Gamma Sigma, business honorary, and Phi Kappa Phi. national honorary. An August wedding is being planned. Sandra Livingston Planning Rites Mrs. Tillie Martin. 5511 SW 7sth ; st., announces the engagement of her daughter, Sandra Livingston, to Alan Silverstein, 1445 16th -t Miami Beach. I The bride-to-be is a graduate of Miami High, where she was a 1 member of B'nai B'rith GirlShe is now a senior at the University of Miami, and her sorority iphi Delta Gamma. Her fiance is the son of Sdverstein, 7940 West dr.. Hnrbor Island, and the late Ida Silvi Ho is a graduate of Miami Beach High, and attended the Uni of Florida, where he was a ber of Pi Lambda Phi. At present, he is attend; the University of Miami school and 's ai'i!ia'"d wan I'm IHv ,'iu, local fraternity. MISS RITA KAPIAN Miss Salomon Now Mrs. Levin Susan Lynn Salomon and Peter I. Levin were united in marriage Sunday. April 15. in the Napoleon room of the Deauville hotel. The early afternoon ceremony was performed by Rabbi Joseph Narot. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Hart ey l. Saiom in *120 Alton rd wore a grown of silk organza and reembro-derod alencon lare appliqued with iridescent sequins and seed pearls It was designed with a portait neckline and chapellength tra.n. Her veil of matching lace fell from a crown of lace and pearls. She carried an heirloom Bible under a bouquet ot white orchids. She was attended by Iris Lipton, maid of honor. Mrs. Joseph Esformes. matron of honor, and Jane Kahn, flower girl. A graduate of Miami Beach High School, the new Mrs. Levin attended the University of Miami. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Sally Bachrach. 5161 Alton rd., and Herman Levin, of New York City, attended Miami Beach High and the University of Miami, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. Serving as best man was Joseph Esformes. and ushers were Alan Salomon, the bride's brother. Stephen Stark. William Gross and David Bucksbaum. Scott Salomon, brother of the bride, was ring bearer. Following a reception and formal luncheon, the young couple left for a honeymoon in Jamaica. Upon their return, they will live it Miami Beach. I MISS SANDRA l/V'NCJTON Browns Take Jamaica Tour Joan Susan Chuzmir, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Wiliiam Chuzmir, 187 NE 163rd st.. No. Miami Beach. and H. Gordon Brown were united in marriage Saturday night, Apr. 14. at the Seville hotel. The new bride attended the Univi rsitj ol South Carolina and gradt< d from the University of Miami. Hi r sorority is Sigma D.:;:; Tan. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown, 7300 Byron ave.. formerly Of Chicago, the bridegroom is a graduate ot Northwestern University and the University of Illinois law school He ian account nve with Merrill, Lynch, I i" rce, Fennel and Smith. After a I | maica, the newlyweds will live on Normandy Isli .. ami ;. 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Friday. April 27. 1962 -lewis* flrrkttnn Page 13-B J3<*r ! Beth Torah's religious school. Joseph Sholomith Arnold Wiesel /Mork Posfe/nek Kiddush in his honor will follow the ceremony. Mark Postelnek Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Postelnek. 1500 Bay dr., on Saturday morning, Apr. 28, at Temple Beth Sholorn. Mark is a student in Beth Sholom confirmation class 5724. • Bruce Tucker The Bar Mitzvah of Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tucker, 3281 NW 16th st., will be celebrated during services Saturday morning, Apr. 28, at Congregation Beth El, with Rabbi Solomon Schiff officiating. Honor Dedicated Public Service VOTE IN MAX KOGEN CIRCUIT JUDGE Pit. Pol." \>l\. Berns to Speak At Dade Heights On Wednesday, 9 p.m., Hendrik J. Berns, WGBS news analyst and editor of the Miami News, will be guest speaker at Dade Heights Jewish Congregation under the auspices of the Biscayne chapter of the American Jewish Congress. Berns, who won the Brotherhood award of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in 1958, will speak on "Blunder from the Right." LAWRENCE DRUG 2698 CORAL WAY Mr. & Mrs. Larry Simkin Wish Their Many Friends Happy Holiday Greetings HOLIDAY GREETINGS %  I. W. LAY ariil CO.. Inc. 4101 N.W. 37th Avenue Phone NE 3-2543 Miami, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS J. DOSHAY NOVELTY STITCHING ;NC q 261 N.W. 23rd Street FR 1-7133 SEASON'S GREETINGS PARAMOUNT Cir WECIAIIZING IN TAHOfffNG AND CUSTOM MAD' 1753 CORAL WAY PI Best Wishes for a HAPPY HOLIDAY froi Tcwne Optical, Inc. 66 N.E. 2nd Street Miami, Florida FR 3-5323 DAILY 9:00-5:30 SAT. Till 2:00 Monday Eve. Till 8:00 Holiday Greetings HARVEST HOUSE CAFETERIA N.W. 79th ST. & 27th AVE. Miami OX 1-7631 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE Phone MO 1-5831 5850 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI A HAPPY PASSOVER SAM and MILDRED LUBIN SEASON'S GREETINGS ARCHITECTURAL GLASS PRODUCTS INCORPORATED 552-556 N.W. FIFTH STREET Phone FR 3-6213 Cable Address-Carolglas SEASON'S GREETINGS ... K AND K GARAGE GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS SPECIAL WHEEL ALIGNMENT & BALANCING 375 East 32nd Street, Hialeah Phone TU 7 9898 HOLIDAY GREETINGS AL'S AMOCO SERVICE 5 NW 167th ST., No. Miami Beach Ph. Wl 7-9622 REASON'S GREETINGS STAN'S CYCLE SHOP COLUMBIA — HUFFY NEW — USED — REPAIRS 13749 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone MU 51931 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS WERNER KAHN PHOTOGRAPHER 2511 Collins Ave. • Miami Beach JE 1-1872 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO All Uncle Eric's Happy Town The Store Where the Unusual is Usual Imported and Domestic Toys 2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone HI 4-0470



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.V'. u n by ISABEL GROVE the W ornan s "WorlJ Happy occasion for Mrs. Ida Levey was the dinner party given at Westbrooke Country Club last Sunday in honor of her birthday Showering her with best wishes were son Burton, his wife and two daughters, Diane and Karen The Morton Kawalers (daughter and son-in-law) and their Beth One-year old .Jeffrey Levey was considered a bit too young to join the festivities so settled for some birthday cake in his crib later Others marking their own red letter day in the same setting, iho Irving Raskins making it an even two decades of wedded bliss, lucky seventh anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Stiblitz. and birthday boy Irving Perlman accepting felicitations from his wife ... And a Monday birthday also celebrated on Sunday for Mrs. Faye Tupler at the Famous restaurant Owners Ruth and Morris Lerner presented the dreamy confection covered with frosted roses reading "Happy Birthday, Mom Darling" And happy •Mom Darling" was surrounded by children, grandchildren, mother and sister Leonard and Marilyn Tupler with son Richard Howard, just two months old Gershon and Jeanette Miller with their offspring. Barry. 6 and Shellie, 10 Lester and Sylvia Levy and their two. Mark and Janice, also 6 and 10 Rose (Faye's sister) and Irving Greenberg and the birthday girl's mother. Mrs. Anna Portman. • • Jeffrey Alan Nadel's ninth birthday last Saturday the occasion for a family dinner at Edouardo's Hasta Manana ... A third grade student at Banyan Elementary, Jeffrey is the son of Lila and Milton Nadel. 8331 SW 32nd st. Sister Bonnie Susan is 7, and brother Ronald Bruce, 4 Mrs. N. featured in the April Balkin Bulletin, voice of the Gilbert Balkin chapter, as "Girl of the Month" ... A tribute to her cooperative spirit and enthusiasm Mr. N. the popular manager of Eddy Harth's Men's Shop Another honor for Michael Gcwitz who has been on the high honor roll at the Hebrew Academy since the first grade He has been made a charter member of the National Honor Society's newly-formed chapter there Michael is the son of Ruth and Nerv Gewitz Talented Lee Bukstcl one of 12 young people who will perform in the third annual student orchestral debut concert Saturday in the Barry College Auditorium Students in the concert, eosponsored by Miami Music Teachers Assn. and the Miami Symphonic Society, are selected by auditions open to all local music students ... A pupil for five years of Natalie Klimkevich. 12-yearold Lee will play Rowley's Miniature Concerto for Piano He'll be sure of five enthusiastic fans, his parents. Dr. Leslie and Rita Bukstel. sister Ellen 9, and maternal grandparents, Bea and Maxwell Hyman Mrs. B., popular soprano, now has two accompanists her mother and her son. • • Although Itwasn't planned that way. Robert von Zimmerman's one man exhibit at the Huber Gallery in the Deauville on Sunday evening was a combination fashion and art show ... All the feminine viewers attended in their newst spring finery • • Mrs. Edward Sirkin lovely in an all black Sophie original, and black set off Mrs. Seymour Rubin's attractive blond hair Beige and white for Mrs. Donald Miehnoff. and a cocktail suit in black and contrasting white for Mrs. Joseph Brower Mrs. Michael Rougier. wife of Life Magazine writer, chose a brown Italian knit frock arid a. white Chanel suit on fashionable Mrs. Harvey Salomon The two directors of the gallery, Dorothy Blau and Paula Nelson also went for white, the former's gown trimmed in blue bugle beads, the latter, elegant brocade Shirley herself in an original Balenciaga in champagne lace brought to her from Pans ... Oh, ves — von Zimmerman's pictures — many people looked at them too. • Miami won't be seeing the Max Lewisons, of 5518 SW 5th ter.. until the end of July After a motor trip to New York next week, they'll leave May 10 on the SS Atlantic for several weeks in Israel ... To be followed by an extensive tour of Europe endinin Eneland Returning on the SS France, thov'il nWr ..n their ear in New York and drive to Chicago, St. Louis and Philadelphia to tell their children and grandchildren all aoout me wonderful things they saw and the exciting things they did. Also leaving for the Big Town. Abe Eisenberg, vice president and treasurer of Riverside Memorial Chapels He'll attend the 86th birthday party at the Delmonico hotel of Charles Rosenthal. founder of the cha'n of chapels Among the 400 staffers and their families attending the festivities will be Carl Grossb-rg, a New York vice president of the organization, sporting a deep tan acquired while golfing on vacation here Its back to school again until the summer, but spring vacations were nice while they lasted I.onnie Brown and sister Cindy, children of the Seymour Browns, of Long Island, were housequests at the North Bay Village home of the Lenny Zilberts Had a "ball" with contemporaries. Sheldon and Dianne. the Zilberts' two ... Keen competition for the girls appearing in the Deauville s Artists and Models Ball was Joan Brown, attractive South Miami sehooimarm • Her equally handsome escort was tall Ken Myers, rising young attorney. • • Mrs Helen Shcvach has just received word that a book in which her late hrsband, Dr Randolph Shevach, was featured, though under a diflerent name, has been sold to a Dutch psychiatrist Lorraine Picker in her autobiographical book, "My Inward .Journev credits Dr. Shevach with starting her on the road to recovery, through psychology, from 30 years of crippling asthma She has asked permission to use his real name in future pub lications of the book ^nd plans to include him in the new dedication ... David S. Goldstein, hospitalized with a bout of pneumonia several weeks ago, decided that as long as he was already in North Miami General Hospital, he'd take care of some needed surgery at the same time Wasn't able to join his many friends at Temple Sinai for the Passover holidays, but soon he'll be recuperating at home, 801 NE 174th St. -. %  Delightful luncheon recently in the Louis Phillipe room Of the Fontainebleau 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 visiter from Cincinnati. "Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, April 27, 1962 Section B Morton Towers apartment dwellers were sponZuckerman, hostess. Standing are Mrs. Nathan sors of a "Harvest-for-Health" luncheon last Stillman, Mrs. David Levy, Harold Dunsky. week in support oi Cedars of Lebanon HosCedars development director, Mrs. Harold Abpital's development fund. Seated (left to right) bott, and Harry Zuckerman. are Mrs. Nathan Wittenberg and Mrs. Harry Cedars Unit Will Welcome Ribicoff A hostess committee was named this week by Emil J. Gould to preside at the official reception honoring Secretary Abraham A. Ribicoff. Officers and hoard members of Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary will greet the U.S. cabinet member and his wife at a cocktail party to be held prior to the President's Dinner Saturday, 7 p.m., in the Napoleon room of the Deauville hotel. Members of the reception committee will be Mesdames Lawrence Adler, Abe Aronovitz, Sidney Aronovitz, Morris Blau, B. F. Breslaw, Norman Brown. Frank Cole, Jacob Colsky, Albert Dubbin, Irene Fink, A specially-designed "Tree of Life" lipstick by Helena Rubinstein is inspected by Mrs. Ted Lotterman (left) and Mrs. Frank Cole, members of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary. They will act as hostesses at the President's Dinner on Saturday night at the Deauville hotel, featuring Secretary Abraham Ribicoff. The unique lipsticks will be awarded to Life Guardians and Godmothers at the gala social function. JFCS Women Set Installation New officers of the Women's Committe of Jewish Family and Children's Service will be installed at a luncheon Tuesday noon at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Guest speaker will be Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel, head of the Welfare Planning Council. Heading the new slate is Mrs Irving H. Fell, president. Other officers are Mesdames Allan Herron, Lewis Kanner and Melvin Frumkes, vice presidents; Myron Behrman, recording secretary; Victor Dembrow, corresponding secretary; Marvin Gillman. financial secretary; Robert Kaplan, treasurer. Founded less than a year ago in the offices of the Jewish Family and Children's Service, with Mrs. Bernard Stevens serving as the first president, the group now numbers 250 members. They have worked with JFCS, ai aiii' ''"' •>' "" !•"•• — Jewish Federation and the United Fund n-i the" 1 orienai ni i <• %  establishing the Agency's homemaker program has been accomplished. They are now considering a group treatment home for emotionally disturbed children for their yearly project. Jerome Frehling. Norman Gladsden. Mesdames M. E. Glasser, Harry Gordon, Henry D. Green, H. H Groskloss, Morton Halpern, David Hess, Hyman Kaplan, Louis Lemberg, Herschel Leschel, Nathaniel Levin, Ted Lotterman, Doris Margulis, Harry Markowitz, Stanley C. Myers. Mesdames Robert Nardone, Mervin H. Needell, Ben Novack, Benjamin Oren, Max Pepper, David Rifas. Wayne Rogers, Reuben Rochkind. Sal Ramagli, Samuel T. Sapiro. Sam Schaffer, Robert Schwartz. Sam Seitlin, William Shaver. Julius Spector, David Stuzin Phillip Warshaw, Sydney L. Weintraub. William Weintraub, Jerry Weiss, Robert Werner, Fred Witkoff. Thomas Zayden. Bernard Yesner. and Doran Zinner. Gold medallions will be awarded on Saturday to Godmothers who enroll in the service ranks in behalf of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. The disc is approximately the size of a half-dollar and may be vern either as a bracelet charm, brooch-pin. or necklace pendant. A > lightly smaller medallion is being awarded to Life Guardians. The reverse side bears an inscription citing the recipient for aid to Cedars. Also to be awarded is a "Tree of Life" llerbessence Lipstick to Life Guardians and Godmothers. These are the creation of Helena Rubinstein, of the internationallyrenowned cosmetic empire. Mrs. Rubinstein, cited by the hospital for her generosity, will receive a Cedars "Honored Friend" ;.ward in special ceremonies in New York City. The Cedars of Lebanon "Tree of Lite" design can be seen everywhere on th Rubinstein lipstick. \ Me/lofi Mother Certificates Regular luncheon meeting of the lsia tier's '' n otcr of women's American ORT was held Tuesday noon at thSeville hotel. 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Page 4-B lenist HtrkBan Friday. April 27, 1962 Women's Branch Slates Meeting A Florida Branch executive com-, mittee meeting will be held on' Thursday. May 3. at the home ot Mrs. Nathan Becker. 5700 San Amaro dr.. Coral Gables. Mr-. B cker i • ice president of Florida Branch. National Women's L< ague of the United Synagogue of America. Mrs. William Dickon, Florida Branch president, will be hostess for the luncheon. The all-day executive meeting will set procedure for the coming year. The National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America is the parent body of Conservative Sisterhoods. Temple Ner Tomid last week openeu skiar Library to the public. Named in honor of Mrs. Fannie Sklar and her late husband. Sam. the library includes 3.000 books on Judaica end religious subjects. Librcry committee members are seated left to right} Mrs. Goldie Press, Meyer Scmberg, Carl Tyson, Mrs. Pauline Simon. Standing is Mrs. Ben L. Fabric, chairman. In the background is Bert Menachof. Not present were Mrs. Anna Brown and Michael Glazier. Nursery School Committee Listed A mother's committee has been ^rKzed at Temple Emanu-El headed by Mrs. Seymour Alterman. Dr. Irving Lehrman. and Mrs. Leo Brandeis. long-time nursery school supervisor. Temple Emanu-El has operated r.s nursery school for over 12 years in facilities adjacent to the main Temple and at the congregation's North Branch building. All teachers are college graduates and have teen licensed. The curriculum is based on the three and four-year-old's ability to grasp typical preschool matters and basic Jewish content, and includes arts and crafts, story-tellirg. music, indoor and outdoor play and weekly field trips. At the age of five, many of the youngsters are enrolled in the Temple's kindergarten and then either enter the Foundation School, grades one through four, or the congregation's Sunday school and afternoon Hebrew school. &. HOWABD SACMA1 Thomas Urges Conserve Beaches I. "Tommy" Thomas, Metro Commission candidate from District 1, this week declared that "it is of the utmost importance that Dade county's dwindling sea front be conserved for parks and recreational use, and not concerted in industry. "We must save our beach," declared the commission candidate and current chairman of the Dade County Zoning Board. "We have enly 25 miles left, and we can not afford to turn it over to industry. "I believe the rezoning of the land on the south shore of Biscayne Bay for an oil refinery was bad froj£=^>* -JvOGUST BROS Ry: £ la the BEST zoning, very bad zoning, and that it will harm the county. "I am against such actions, particularly when all of the facts are not available at first. I believe industrial control laws should have been written by the finest authorities and placed on the statue books before the rezoning was ever considered. The action of the Metro Commission was locking the barn after the horse was stolen." Thomas, as chairman of the Zoning Board, presided at the four pressure-packed Seadade zoning hearings, and voted against granting the zoning change from agriculture use to unlimited heavy industry (IU-3) "because I felt it was not in the best interests of the county." Howard Sachar At Hadassah Donor Luncheon Monday. May 7, will close the bjok on the 1961-62 year of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah. It will be the "Golden Jubilee" donor luncheon, with Mrs. Joseph Shapiro as chairman and Mrs. Barnett Beckerman arranging the program. The grand ballroom of the Fontainebleau will be festive with decorations that are the work of Mrs. Samuel Rubin. Main speaker of the afternoon will be Dr. Howard Sachar. American historian and expert on Israel problems. Born in St. Louis. Mo., in 1928. Dr. Sachar received his BA degree at Swathmore College, took his MA and PhD degrees at Harvard, and has taught history at the University of Massachusetts. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the American Historiro' *•--.. and of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. He is the author of two well-known books. "The Course of Modern Jewish • H %  MiT, e Peoples of Israel." He is now at work on a third volume. "Ingathering: The Growth of the Israeli Republic." The author is the son of Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University. Young Dr. Sachar is now living in Israel, where he serves as director of Brandeis University's Jacob Hiatt Institute. luby Named to Board Michael J. Franco, president of the Industrial National Bank of Miami, announced this week that Sam Luby, sr.. had been elected to the board of directors of the financial institution. A Miami resident since 1939. Luby is founder of Luby Chevrolet, with Chevrolet dealerships in Miami. New York. Boston. Baltimore and Davtona Beach. 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Page 6-A *, i?n i emK: < of :he welcoming committee the firs: timeS .-\ Ribicefi hus appeare.: in his ..:> before a sp*. sted in a n-profit mec :"-:::.' I Later, at held at Ribicoff > :ess ot of care of tie : .;%  -. ad aged. The President's Dinner chalks up an inaugural" for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital with the glittering social affair a spontaneous testimonial for Sapiro, who has devoted much ef his time to leadership in the Cedars development fund. Myers, trust man. and K Albert Pallot building are among the Of, : r^es behind the s.v ipitaL ro will receive a I VB1 r ;.!.i plaque in recognition of his serv.ces The circular wallpfetjoe, n % % %  anted on walnut, has been specially designed for the President's Dir.r.er by Edward Arnold, president of American Silver Studios A curved Olympian laurel wreath borders the salutation to Sapirn on behalf of the communif] Chairman of the dinner is Emil Gould, local bu*lder-developer. who ministrator. and a top-level g romi | nf officers and trustees. As head of the national Puhi Health Service. Ribicoff is corned with Dade county's pn, visions for medical care of*its resi dents. The Service givefinancialI ;n in constructing hospital*. nurJ big homes and research facility I Ribicoff s department aleen prominently identified \ ith numerous civic and philan:es. He and Mrs Gould were hosts Wednesday evento Sen. Wayne Morse, of Orewho made a special flight here -ton. DC. to addr dinner party at tiie .; home. The President's Dinner program will include remarks by Pallot as chairman of Cedars development and Myers, chairman of the board of trustees. Congressman Dante Fascell and a number of local leaders in government have accepted invitations cf the dinner committee to participate in the ceremonies honoring Sapiro and Secretary Ribicoff. In the receiving line Saturday evening will be some 50 of Dade s leading citizens. In a statement Wednesday. Sapiro declared "the whole field ef medicine is making great strides every year. We must all be prepared to serve in countless ways — in human awareness, as well at in material accomplishments. "Cedars of Lebanon HospU being built by the generosity of the people it so ab!> Every day that their ingnesi .. upbuild th.s • %  %  .nan medical ir.^utuuon. "Th:> :s your hospital. Let us :her to bring it to full \pected to stop over briefly at the r. 1 for a quick tour on his w ay BB Youth Will Honor Leaders Greater Miami B'ca. B '.-.:'Uoo will 1 mag a: ; %  ; MM '•• M.3-1 BBYO • %  ;... '" A Fr most %  %  %  ; r i %  • Zadek Aleph and U B'rr.a %  %  and the evening Ui conclude wrJi to a live band. re m charge of ar~ ides A:-slee R Ferdie. -;. Steinhau5er. and Jack m the airp'ir* He will be received by Sanford K Bronstem. idministralor, :•: nt ad dtpartmen'f the hospital Th*| tour will al"> include a heck oH the itiD-unfinished founn floor [ which is to be devoted u> '••art n>| search and treatment u CO n| pitted, and called th">. .\t%\ ovitl Memorial Heart Pa n.'jJ hnnor of the former may to Serve You AGGRESSIVE enough to WANT to MAY 1962 PULL LEVER 43-B Precincts 106-107; 117 thru 146 4Ww4>Mw^nAwA' imlmHiiCleate reieerti^ •/ reacisared— WHH.E YOU WAIT! *roe : e j>e<•• — =• ;-i % %  :,-; ••!;;--: a-: p-*cfl A so S4X; a s o*i 3 '2• ivatrrmae rot THI tout*GOFF'S 6 ^ nua 1423 Pence de Leon Blvd. HI 3-2659 Ceral Gables. FU. A DISTINGUISHED RECORD In Law and Public Ser\;;e I %  %  ei :-c : %  • %  • Past I • c :--eF teat Z;:; COJUI %  .,.. %  %  %  %  UemtWi % %  • • %  r • :: e; : ; Z-ii I:. Hi ': : ''. %  3 5 LECT HAROLD B. SPAET CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 1 County-wide vote Pull lever (fy\^ lie A Sharp Voter ELECT W. E. "BILl SHARP 4 Safe**, Ceont Oerec Rota.! an* in rhetr Candidate for ComtaWe of Oif tr.ct No. 1 in the com-no W eiectien. He has all the ga. catiocw looo. Jood ib for ,nr eefice. Bill" Sharp is Mil ac<>uiated in law enforcement tlr* He is a Bonded Spmc\ Officer Oeparemea* f f><*' c Special Oopvty CpiMiabJe of Ibe First Oiatrict of Oat* and a mentor of the National Sheriff s Astoci*ton. tn *** "Bill" Sharp h*s twcceAshjUy operated Mte f ederal Agency, for 7 years in Dade County iarvmj tooeh wholesale MarehattaU of Cade and Breward Cewedaes bosane&s proole*a. i He is a cneanber of the F.rst B apt is? Church, F" 1 ",' eAember of the Uetited Commercial Travelers Assoc.atioiv "Macab*es Disabled American Veterans ef World war M 4 ha.ina served in she US Navy for 3 years. Is a •"• b f r 0 F 9<>od standmg of TKE tNTBRNATlONAL BROfHERHOOO ^ ELECTRICAL WORKERS FOR 22 YEARS, and a graduate o' American National Detective Services. W F. -BILL" Sharp resides with his wife Maxine Sharp• a 65 N.W. 124th S. Your vote for him will assure yeu Good Serv ice. Ir.targrity anr 1 Efficiency. Ask any


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Page 12-B +J(wistr ncrkflan Mrs. Glasser Will Chair Dinner For Bureau Here Mrs. Louis Glasser has been appointed chairman of the 21st annual dinner of the Bureau of Jewish Education, scheduled May 21 at the Fontainebleau hotel Al Sherman will act as co-chairman. The dinner will honor the six p i %  pr< •' ents ol I i eau: Louis Heiman. who acted ideni from 1945-1948; Max Ml 1948-1953: Benjamin Meyi t 1954: Mrs. Matilda R 195ti; Sol Gol :A. Baskin, 1959-1962. The dinner will also ssrve to install the newly-elected officers for the coming year. Featured spea-cer wih b< Isaac loubin, executive director of the American Assn. for Jewish Education. Dinner committee, still in formation, includes Mrs. Joseph Abelow. Judge Frederick Barad. M. A. Baskin, Ann Berkowitz. Sue Berkowitz. Edward Cohen. Mrs. Joseph DuntOV, Ezra Finegold. Mrs. Dorothy Kneger Fink. Melvyn Frumkes. Sol Goldman. Dr. Philip Gotlieb. Morris Honigbaum, Ehiel Lesowoder. Also Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Upton. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Oscar Mamber. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. David Muskat. Leo Robinson, Mrs. Oida Rubin. Manuel Solomon. Mrs. Alfred Stone. Joe Zalis. Friday, April 27. 1962 Tenth Annual Banquet for Israelite Center Tenth annual banquet of the Israelite Center on Sunday at the flerhng hotel will be dedicated to the religious school. Dinner chairman is Lewis Pomerantz. school principal. Bringing greetings will be Hyinan Kirsner. president of the Center; Bernard I. Gilbert, co-chairman of the board of education; Ronald Katz. youth director; and Mrs. Herbert Zisman, head Sunday school teacher. Also to speak are Rabbi Mortc\ %  Malavsky. spiritual leader of the Center; Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hollywood, vice president of Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami; and Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Hy Fried and his orchestra. Napoleon Reed, star of the show, -and comedian Bobby Fields will entertain. In conjunction with the dinner, a journal has been published. Chairmen were Lewis Pomerantz and Chester Leiter, with honorary chairman, Charles Fidelman. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (left), chairman ol President Kennedy's Committee for Equal Employment Opportunities, studies a statement commending him for obtaining pledges of "no discrimination in employment" from 15 large national companies. The statement, drafted by Alan Shecter (right), Miami advertising executive, was presented to the Vice President prior to an American Jewish Congress dinner in Baltimore early this month at which Johnson was honored for his humanitarian efforts in 1961. The Vice President predicted that "more strides in civil rights will be made by the Kennedy Administration than have been made in the past 30 years-" i Party to Honor Dr. Max Arzt A cocktail party in honor of Dr. Max Arzt will be given on Tttursclay, May 10, 5:30 p.m., at the hcme of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. Assisting will be Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Consreaation. and Phill'p Schiff, president of the congregation. Dr. Arzt, world renowned scholar and rabbi, is vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and will be speaking at a Beth David gathering for the first time. The Seminary is th* fountainhead of Conservative Judaism, includes the United Synagogue Of America and the Rabbinical Assembly of America, and sponsors the Eternal Light radio series. DR. MAX ARZT Hall Vows Aid to So. Florida Calling Appeal Volunteers Dade county chapter of the Leukemia Society, witn offices a' ?19 Congress bldg.. this week sent out a call for volunteers for the annual Dade county neighborhood appeal on May 26 and 27. Charles "Chuck" Hall, candidate for Congress in the new Third Congressional District, says that '"six of my 12 platform planks concern matters of extreme local importance to Dade county and Florida at large." "Of primary importance." Hall feels, "is the need to obtain the utmost in governmental contracts for Florida's industrial and space;ILC installations." His ability "to work with the Florida team in Congress will stand me in good stead," he states. Now serving on the Dade County Commission, Hall promises "aggressive representation of South Florida's interests for the homeowner, taxpaver. senior citizen the tourist industry and commerce." 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Page 10-B" vJewist flcrfdiann Friday, April 27, 1962 The Courier Florida Trend magazine. a_ business magazine which has much of current interest to's tate*~enfrepreneurs. devotes three of its 40 pages in the April issue to "The Remarkable Rise of J. I. Kislak." It describes the eight-year history of Kislak's mortgage banking business which now has a mortgage portfolio in excess of S140.000.000 on more than 14.000 Florida homes. In fact, back in 1954. Kislak — whose father had long been one of the active business and civic leaders in New Jersey — purchased our own V.A. mortgage (at four percent i and other similar loans in North Miami Beach to enter the post-war building boom in a hurry. Alan Shecter. former Cedars of Lebanon hospital tub-thumper, doing an outstanding public relations job for Kislak. Jay, incidentally, has mad* excellent choices in James A. Ryder ni Mrs. William O. .Mehrtens as associate campaign chairman for this fail's United Fund drive Another Floridian who has moved rapidly in the business world, J. A. Cantor, made news with the acquisition of the R. M. Thompson Construction Co. by Seaporcel, Inc., the American Exchange-listed firm which he heads Upcoming WCKR (11 to 11:30 p.m. on Sundays) programs for the Heart Association of Greater Miami will feature Dr. Marvin Meitus and Dr. Milton S. Goldman. Dr. Peritt Scheinberg discussed vascular research on last Sunday's broadcast. Happy to report that Mrs. Louis (Bessi Glasser is recovering rapidly and is working with co-chairman Al Sherman for the success of the Bureau of Jewish Education's annual dinner at which popular .\seph Cohen will take office as president. Sherman, vice president of Jack S. Popick s Mechanics I'niform Service, is somewhere near the local record for most presidencies of local organizations, a title once hud unchallenged by former Mayor Harold Shapiro. • • Political figures will take a night off May 3 to attend the annual R:bs and Roast show of Sigma Delta Chi. the professional journalistic fraternity, at Miami Springs Villas. Objects of lampooning undoubtedly will be key figures in the torrid political races which have the Jewish '.-ell as general community torn into numerous fragments It's interesting to note that the only Jewish candidate running for Congress •Busker) figures to get the least support from areas in which the Jewish vote predominates There is no counterpart to the New York Times and Herald Tribune figures for Gotham political races which oreak down the religious preference by congressional districts there, but major sections of Jewish votes here can be pinpointed as most of the Fifth District (Miami Beach through Golden Beach), the Southwest section in the vicinity of Coral Way from Shenandoah out past WestChester, and North Miami Beach. • Two dinners which have aroused unusual interest for so late in the "-eason" are the Cedars of Lebanon Presidential Dinner and the May 5 Israel Independence Day dinner dance aboard the M S. Calypso Liner. It will be interesting to see if Secretary' Ribicoff makes an allout pitch for the Kennedy medicare program before an audience in which there are so many members of the American Medical Assn. And there'.lots of talk as to the "unusual entertainment" promised for the Hebrew University sponsored sailing which will take some 400 participants about 12 miles out to ea. New York Orthodox rabbis are strongly protesting the $1,000,000 campaign to build a Jewish chapel at Idlewild, an undertaking sponsored by the New York Board of Rabbis. Strongest of six points raised by the Orthodox is questioning as to whether passengers between flights can take time out to attend services. Other objections are highly technical Board of Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds has urged strengthening of Public Welfare Amendments bill pending in Senate. Sam Leviten. a memoer 01 Miami Elks Lodge committee for National Youth Day on May l Moses Feuerstein. of Brookline. Mass.. national president of Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, will present special awards to traditional Judaism leaders at May 13 annual dinner at Hotel Pierre in New York Jewish Labor Committee slated an emergency conference Thursday at Belmont Plaza Hotel in New York to protest recent manifestations of Soviet antiSemitism. WE NEED INDUSTRY BUT NOT ON OUR BEACHES. WE MUST PRESERVE THE BEACHES FOR SWIMMING THERE IS NOT MUCH LEFT. VOTE MAY 8 Pull Lever 1-i To Elect Thomas Metro Commissioner DISTRICT 1 MAY 8 SAVE YOUR BEACHES IM Pol. Adv. DR. AUAN KAPLAN Sinai Schedules Seminar Here lit. Sinai Hospital will hold its 12th annual postgraduate seminar on "Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Therapy" at the Eden Roc hotel May 3 to 5. The seminar, approved and cosponsored by the Florida Academy of General Practice and the American Academy of General Practice, is under the chairmanship of Dr. Allan A. Kaplan, with Dr. Harold N I'nger in charge of the program. The seminar attracts doctors from the entire State of Florida, who register in advance for this annual teaching program. The three-day session will include panels, speeches and discussion groups, rnd a technical exhibit by 42 pharmaceutical and medical houses. The Women's Auxiliary of ML Smai is in charge of the hospitality and service committees. The three-day seminar will conclude with a banquet on Saturday evening. May 5. at the Eden Roc. Dr. Kaplan is a practicing physician on Miami Beach, and a member of the active staff of Mt. Sinai. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, and of the New York State College of Medicine. Spaet Urges Vote For Judgeships Harold Spaet. County Commissioner and candidate for Circuit Judge in Group l. pointed out recently that "in the 1960 Democratic primary, although over 179.000 went to the polls, an appalling number of them did not vote for Circuit Judge, in sp.te of the fact that Circuit Judgeships are among the most important offices on the ballot." He nr<" > '! 'h-'t "all voters "" >* %  >>• 8 make their decisions thoughtfully iind carefully according to the background and experience of the candidates." Spaet has been a practicing attorney for 32 years. Municipal Judge of Miami Beach, and president of the Miami Beach Bar Assn. Now a County Commissioner, he served as Vice Mayor of Miami Beach and as Councilman from 1953 to I960. He is past president of the Florida League of Municipalities and the Dade County League of Municipalities. Flagler-Granada Plans Comedy Flagler-Granada Jewish Center will present its annual musical comedy production. "Rifles for Rifke." on three weekends. Saturday and Sunday. Apr. 28 and 29. May 5 and 6. and May 12 and 13. at 8:30 p.m., in the auditorium. Written by Trixie Levin and Evelyn Mayerson. and directed by Ralph Morina. the snow h;is a cat, of 18. plus a chorus. Tickets are available at the Center office. Proceeds will help finance the addition to the Temple to be built in the netr lmw The annual donor luncheon of the Center's Sisterhood will be held Tuesday noon in the Ivory Tower room of the Saxony hotel. Napoleon Reed, singer, will entertain. Seiderman to Address Florida B'nai B'rith Keynote speaker for the 26th annual convention of B'nai B'rith .... • %  PS a .. Seidcrman. chairman of the board of trustees-of the Florida region of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Event will be held at tnc Al i..i.*u.. .*;j Sunday and Monday. Seiderman is co-chairman ol the national ci League, a current member of the board ol governors and the executive committee of the Greater Miami JeWiS.1 redc.a.iu... Before coming to Miami Beach, Seiderman was assistant district attorney and crtie. ot racKt.s n New York City and was president of the Abraham Lincoln Lodge of B'nai B'rith there. He also served on the general committee of Grand Lodge District 1. Seiderman will deliver an address at the opening session ol '.he convent "n .. on a \ .: Rubaiyat room of the hotel Participating in the program will be David Gorman, president. Florida State Federali >n oi >. %  • :i Mrs. Jack Dorman. president lor cnapter-. Mayor Robert King High ol Miami and Mayor Kenneth Oka <: Miami B< ..>.. % % %  ill exti grei s. rving asti r ot ceremonies u v ii; sing th Star Spanj Leon Hurv .-. \.\ : :..; :.< ( I gi\ • i • .... i. aon On Sal • at 11 a.m.. i .vorkshop be held in ::.<:.-:-. %  • %  LIIS I sin ky sr.. nati i H ,'. I >'< mmis ch, will mi.-.!-.,'( .i liscu>.i.i (iMStud< its I Gel from Hi! Mrs Loui^ Ossinsky. en's chairman, will .-pe;.k i point %  : %  ..< .1 women's chi V; R : .ii th n chairman, will offer the lo< view, and Mel Hecht, oi the University of Miami, will discuss the students att.tude. Dr. Donald Miohel •>. lector at the University ol Miami, will speak lor the director.-. At a joint luncheon following the workshop, guest speaker will be Mrs. Alfred Reich, president, District 5, B'nai B'rith Women, who will present a chapter charter tc the n.' Hatikvan jrou-3. Toastmaster will be Mrs. Max Kern, are it • i •;i Mrs, Arthur Laufman. national officer of B'nai B'rith Philanthropies. will give the invocation, and Mrs. Shepherd Lewis, the benediction. At 2 p.m., a joint BBYO workshop will be headed by Jerry Carver. District 5 BBYO director, with Mrs. Jane Robinson. Greater Miami BBYO director; Howard Kan and Dave Sachs. BBYO chairmar, Florida Federation of Men's Lodges; Mrs. William Kornhauser. 3BY0 chairman. Florida women's chap11 is; Eli Hurwitz. president. Miami BBYO board of directors; and .. s. i i • aident•lect. BBYfl •••>-' i -in• %  ••<••-. .After a buffet dinner at p.m., Julius Fisher (v*• -itar> District Grand Lodge 5. will conduct indoctrination < f men's lodge secretaries, treasurers and trusses. Women's indoctrination and .. human relation.workshop will be c< i.ducted by Mrs. Bernari Supworth, chairman. ;.r.(i Mrs Alvin u..nk. District 5 chairman, B'nai B'rilh chapters. Indoctrination oi lodge presidents will be held at a brtakfast Money morning. 8:30 a.m.. with Jack Jenkins, president-eiect. District Grand Lodge 5. and Julius Fisher, xecutive secretary. District Grand Lodge 5. in chargt A joint membership workshop •.vi I .-• held %  %  II B.n o JurtH S lick tonkins membership chairman, Albert Z. Elkej national membership director and Mrs. Mrry Ornstei", vice jresie'ent. Florid* women's chiaters membership chairman. Cues; speakers ..' .. joinl noon cheon will be .' i kins and Ral> Samuel Jafiee Florida chairr tastmasti t will be Edward A stern, president. sn-.ith Florida C uncil B'nai B'rith e Milton A Friedman and Alfred Reich will conduct instaUation ceremonies at a joint quel in the Rubaiyal n n at : 30 pm Guest speaker will he Judge Thom.:H Barkdull, Jr and Julius Fisher will u master ot n remonies. Southwest Center Sponsors Show The Southwest Je w lit Center will -PI nsor a show ;.ri. (isnee Sunday evening in the Grand Ballroom of the new Westbrookfl Country Club, 8500 on the Trail. Entertainment will feature Napoleon Reed, well-known singer, the "Amazing Maurice' and disc jock(v AI Liebert who will be master of ceremonies. The Coachnen will provide the music. i 'I ,••• ..' •' %  %  •ire Mr. and Mrs. Howard Garland. INTEGRITY DIGNITY EXPERIENCE MEFT THE BERKMANS Judgr and Mrs. ner.nnn wirh their two chi/flrcn, Uovid, J, und BUN tynn, 8. The tierkmunt reside of 531 W. 5Jst street, l*iem BMC % %  • % %  JuaV Brrkninn Ion; a .es'dent of Doc'c County, atftnd>.d Atio.tii 6cach public behoofs. It has beer, my pleasure to personally meet thj great majority of Hie voters from 1st Stieet through the Golden Beach area %  I'd like tc meet ycj too. My two headquarters are Ksttd below, won't v&u droo in? you drop in? 1204 Washington Ave. 713 71st Street KEEP JLH>GE BERKMAN'BT!••! I' JUDAH l


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Friday. April 27, 1962 fJewist nmrSdK^n Page 11-A Argentine Jews Fear Impact of Right-Wing Drive Continued from Page 1-A Jewish leaders from 20 communities. An exhaustive review of the situation facing Argentine Jews was i a dp by Dr. Isaac Goldenberg, president of DAIA. Mark Torkow, Latin American representative for the World Jewish Congress, made a special report about the resurgence of neoNazism in other countries of South America. Reviewing the changed political and socio-economic situation in Argentina, Dr. Goldenberg said: "Our problem is not a matter of more nti-Semttism or less anti-Semitism. bul the fact that certain, fundamental changes in the economic and social structure of the country exposes the Jews to highly risky consequences. The leader cited the spread, throughout Latin America, of •Marxist nationalism, blended with an aggressive posture." He pointed to the spread of the Tacuara movement, which he identified as "a nationalist group acting similarly to other Nazi groups in Latin America, small in numbers but motivated by Nazi revanchism as a result of Nazism's defeatTTi World War II." Pr. Tobias Kamenszain. presidem of the Buenos Aires Jewish Community and head of the Federation of Argentina Jewish Communities, analyzed the public school situation existing in most of the Argentine provinces. He pointed out that Catholic religious teachings arc now being impressed upon all students, Jewish and non-Jewish, in the primary schools under provincial jurisdiction. Prof. Leon Dujovne pointed out that, after ex-President Frondiii had introduced the "provincial!iation" of the national school systern, the public schools developed the practice of obligatory CathoHold Warsaw Ghetto Memorials Continued from Page 1-A ham Harman, Israeli Ambassador to the United States; U.S. Sen. Jacob K. Javits and others. The ceremonies will include the lighting of a memorial candle by a survivor of each Nazi concentration camp. The gathering will include representatives of 7,000 fraternal organizations. Several thousand Paris Jews commemorated this week the warlime Ghetto uprising against the Nazis at ceremonies held in the city's huge Salle de la Mutualite. After recitation of the Kaddish and the El Molei Kacnamim prayers. 1 speakers recalled the tragic days of the Nazi holocaust and the brave fight of the Warsaw Ghetto. at BABY TIME Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly ca ll— w ith a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON lie teachings. "This teaching," he said, "is unintentionally but strongly anti-Semitic." He noted that, while Jewish pupils may, if they wish, bypass the public school instruction in religion, their only other choice is to attend spec ; al classes in "Christian e'hics and morals." These classes, however, he asserted. "•re also dogmatically Catholic" in their content. "It is necessary," he told the ; conference, "to stop spreading religious teachings in the schools wherever it is,.as yet possible to do so. and to find means to establish courses in the Jewi.-h religion. He advocated an approach by Jewish leadtr-r..p to moderate ( athdie circles in ih.s country iu an iflort to ameliorate the situation. Another delegate, Jaime Finkelgteln, prominent Zionist leader told the C.rdoba conference that Jewish education must be --lengthened "to immunize the Catholic influence" in the public school systems of the provinces. Various leaders insisted that steps must be taken to bolster lay teaching in the public schools. "KAADI flPIIATE Ell TAIABHNAI" El Al Israel Airlines flies to Athens and 14 other cities in Europe, Africa and Asia. !|? Jvr a perfect fieattk^QUn holtttai) In this picturesque and delightful setting,.experience"t" the most beneficial and enjoyable holiday you have ever known as you luxuriate at The Arlington. Bathe away all your aches and pains due to tension and fatigue in the world-famous, radioactive thermal waters of Hot Springs right in The Arlington. .. relieve rheumatism, arthritis and high blood pressure. Swim in our fabulous, twin-cascade, temperaturecontrolled pools.. .dance.. .and be entertained. Golf at its best with Club privileges on three |8-hoU courses new brilliant Tifton greens. Fishing and all water sports on three nearby lakes. Plenty of night life In Hoi Springs.. .galaxy of name entertainers. far low lotti and beautiful color brochure — wUc r Edgor May, Manager HOTEL and If BATHS HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK ARKANSAS



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Page 8-B Un 1st* n>rrM'**n Friday, April 27, Going over details of the May 5 celebration cbocrd the M. S. Calypso Liner oi Israel's 14th anniversary of independence are (left to riaht Bernard Katz, Mr. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. Philip Thau and Jcck S. Popick. Mrs. Thau, local Women's Division president for Technion, and Popick. South Florida chairmen for the Hebrew University, are coordinating the efforts of various community oraanizations for the gala dinner-dance aboard the 133-foot vessel. Leaders of the Tolner Social Club participate in the presentation of a scholarship certificate in the Kfar Silver Agricultural Training School maintained by the Zionist Organization of America in Ashkelon. Israel. The scholarship, which will enable a student to attend Kfar Silver for a one-year period, was raised by the club in memory of its firsts president. Dr. Abraham Orlick. Receivinq the certificate from the ZOA is Mrs. Lucy Orlick fsecond from left) at a recent meeting of the Tolner Club. Left to right are Nathan Badat. vice oresident of the club; Mrs. Orlick; Joseph Fine, chairman of the club's scholarship and Israel projects committee; Sam Rappaport. president; Mrs. Anne Otchet, secretary; and Max Fierman, treasurer. 'La Traviata' Repeated by Popular Request MAY 6 SUNDAY AFTERNOON T KET5 AT DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM $1 to $2.50 CINEMA WUl>U1a '.I tf ll3tSl M IT. Bite* NOW LCON SCHACHTERS YIDDISH -AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE P.CTLRES IN K*S0N ON STAG* A MUSICAL REVUE SCHALOM MIAMI featuring BARBARA GALE LECN SCHACHTER GITEL STEIN A GROUP CF ISRAf.ll SiNStRS AND DANCCRS Plus Other Acs ON OUR SCRfCN "The Jewish Melody" FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST MOVEMENT Is Sponsoring a Gala Concert for the benefit of THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND at the FONTAINEBIEAU HOTEL Saturday, April 28th at 8 P.M. featuring The Radio Recording Star and Cantor MORDECAI YARDEINI and Star of the Jewish Art Theatre MICHAEL GIBSON in a new program, accompanied by The Noted Pianist ESTHER BARRETT Refreshments will be served Contribution $' 53 Parkinson Unit Opens Campaign Florida Women's Division. NaParkinsoa Foundation, initiated its drug bank campaign at the Deauville hotel on Apr. 13. with Mrs. Betty Spiegel, chairman, as -. • Mrs Aha Bernard, master ot ceremonies, introduced Mrs Jeanne I.. .... chairman of the board ol the National Parkinson Foundation. Mho reported on the future aims of the Parkinson Rehabilitation Diagnostic and Research Institute. Mr-. Beverly Fisher announced the membership luncheon to be held on Saturday. May 5. at the Deauville hotel, and Mrs. Flora Frey and Miss Clara Tntield distributed dime banks, which will be used through the summer months to collect donations for the purchase of drugs for patients at the Tarkinson Clinic. Members and guests present were Mesdames Renee Abei. Esther Bacon. Ruth Berger. Alice Berman. Paul.ne Broida. Ro>e Cohen. Hilary Coleman. Ceil Efros. Clare Goodman. Selma Gottlieb. I 5) Hirshlag, Jean Harrison. Edith Lazarus. Ann Leifer. Frieda Liv.ne. Esther Levitz. Eva Miller. Florence Rosen, Ann Schick. Peari Schneider. Bernice Solomo: -. Pat Turkin. Ruth Wolfe. Frances McClosky and M.ss Edith Monot. Dr. Kaplan to Speak Miami Beach Dental Society will meet Monday tor cocktails and dinner. 6:30 p m.. at the Seville hotel. Dr. Robert L. Kaplan will speak on •Role of Restorative Dentistry in on, i eauiiii.1 oi it. ...I. Disease." Women Honored For Their 'Heart' Mrs. Marianne O'Brien Reynolds and Mrs. Arthur F Adams were honored at a cocktail party in the .. I %  ...v,-!'-n \|>I\ 1 T. for "distinguished service ana" i.-...;> i.. me ughi ..gainst uie heart and blood vessel diseases Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs Martin S. Belle. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harold, Mr. and Mrs John Serbin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross. Mi and Mrs. Alvin Savage. Mr. ar.d Mrs. M. H. Dittman. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Cantor. Dr. and MrMorton Halpern. Dr. and Mrs Victor Kugel. Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Gonzalez. Dr. Jean Jones Perdue. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Spear, and Dr. and Mrs. Ben-Henrv Rose UNUSUAL ENTERTAINMENT ECTACULAR! Social Club Has Third Seder Miami Friendly Social Club held a Third Seder on Sunday at Beth El. A program of traditional Pass over songs was presented by H Ganson. Members of the arrangements comm.ttee were Max Garsriag. president, and Mesdames Sam Sarkin. Joseph Graff. Isador Silver. and Max Abramovitz Pioneer Women Hold Functions Beba Idelson chapter. Pioneer Women, held on Oneg Shabbat last, Saturday afternoon in the Labor Zionist Center. Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden is president of the group. A Passovei program arranged by Mrs Nechame Yanich. cultural chairman, included Israeli vocal selections by Mrs. E Weinstein, • • • Coral Gables Pioneer Women held a bon voyage and farewell dissert luncheon Monday at the home of Mrs. Sam David. 610 Jeronimo dr Coral Gables. Guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Robbins. who are leaving for Israel, ar.d Mr>. Esther Grad. CARIB I MIAMI | MIRACLE 1163 St Open 1:45 fl_O_P*^ 0:4 ^_j| Or><" H •*' Open 12:45 I TODAY EVENT! £e& 'uce. Winner fttfcsfrt Sfechl En&emnt! ] MO RESERVED SEATS! 3PERFORMANCES DAILY! #-JWK!l WINNER "BEST ACTOR" BEST SCREEN PLAY' I mam mimaa nctariMnrt IjarleM BeW Wttttpj MmMttiStt a lllfiflMHil NUREMBERG •ox office oecus l m OAIITI Performance!: Aft. 1:46 p m. Evei: 5:45 8:55 p.m. JE 4-2700 "' Recoid Sbep If^eitventton Hall MM!. Cordelia's Stat The Oance Palace CONAL GABLES: Amidon's Music Store N. MIAMI BEACH. Sunshine Tours Ail Arthur Murray Studios Cale Oance Studio MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL SATURDAY EVLNiNG MAY 5th. 1962 8.30 P.M. PrtMNtMllrf INTERNATIONAL PtBfWTATIONS '••i Ctttrt*. Pi iiWenf Sptciml Cin t i4r* i m let Crpi UN 6-721



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Friday. April 27, 1962 *Mwisti FkwidH&n Page 7-B Mrs. Brenner Will Be Installed Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Miami Beach chapter, will meet for brunch at ine Algiers hotel on Friday, Apr. 27, at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. William Brenner, president-elect, will be inMailed. Mrs. Brenner, formerly of Cincinnati, is on the board of Mt. Sinai Hospital and Greater" MtaTin Section of National Council of Jew. h Women, and financial secretary 11 Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service. Chairman of the brunch commit•it is Mrs. Louis Makovsky. Ticket chairman is Mrs. David Ponve, assisted by Mesc'ames George Levenson and Max Stadlcr. Telephone committee is headed by Mesdamcs David Pollock. Sam Goldman, and S imtlftl Betagole All will accept servatiom. Mrs. Aaron Farr will install the fallowing new officers in addition ti Mrs. Brenner: Vice presidents, Mesdames Leon Allen, Albert O. Levin, William Maxwell; treasurer. Rebecca Snelman; recording secretary. Marvin M. Green: corresponding secretary, Morton Schwartz and Samuel Schiffman; financial secretary, rving Blasberg and Morns Weinberger. Hostesses are Mesdames Max rustein, Bcn-Zion Ginsburg, Sam Goldstein, Albert I. Jacobs. ran C. Lehman. David Ponve. ack Kabino\ uch. Jerome Rado. %  xander Rubin, Sidney Schwartz. Sol Shave. Ralph Spero. and liar I .(I Turk. The Women's Committee suparts the library at Brandeis Uni.ersity by supplying lunds lor neks, staffing and maintenance oi building. Mrs Solomon B. Margolis is present ol the Miami Beach chapter. Kogen Says He'll Stand on Record Supporters of Max Kogen. candlduate work in guidance and writing and illustrating children's books. Beach JVW Installation Irving Cooperman will be installed as commander and Mrs. Edith Feingold as president of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Miami Beach Post 330. Jewish War Veterans, at a function Sunday evening at 1825 Alton rd. Honor Dedicated Public Service VOTE IN MAX KOGEN CIRCUIT JUDGE I'll Pol .\'lv i at TVmnlp Fmanu-EI in lrn Sisterhood-sponsored women's inEmanu-EI PTA Sees Production Mid scholar, will be guest speaker Seminary, last spoke in Miami at -iture 01 %  i -tudies ior weekat this Friday evening's service. the Seminary's annual convention ,v study of Hebrew. • Sisterhood and PTA presented Dr. Lehrman in a series of book reviews, and a number of men of the congregation participated in the Torah luncheon club to study Ethics of Our Fathers" with Dr. Lehrman. Other activities which will be climaxed by Dr. Hescnel's address | ncluded Sn'"rd'>v :>ft?r n oon Bible classes, conducted by Rev. Abraham Mittleman, and a newly-organized Sisterhood choral group under the direction of Mrs. Florence GoJdring. "Good Yom Tov." written and directed by Trixie Levin for Temple Emanu-EI PTA. was presented Sunday afternoon at Miami Beach ••"nu' Hian A< % %  -•' director was Florence Goldring. choreography was done by Barbara Besscy. and Safy Goldenberg was associate director. i .i i ...i.i.i' w.t. byfrn Abe sun, .Han .ui'.i, s -mi btensey, IMH linili i. Paul Binder, Mark Bli nk, I InrKan, Ti i MI Bn nnei. Jona li n i "ohi n, .-' %  Ii .i l'. ••!.>. Bill n i :• n. i'.i i h> 1*,MI.:, Carol FrehHng \'.I!M> Kt i< ul;i i*l, I'eggs tttfff, s.11.1-1 ituKvnblatl, Steven Sohlff<-ie, Marxlx, I'ullanoff. Miiil> C;i:>. David Gllckmnn, Belii. i i >l .lii-.sti 111. I.ii''.., i-. Th li-ilil.Mi: Mai k i Soldi in-. 8a nil I lioli I ile i lolcti*t< in. Lifea i,"i I •• lj Senman, R "•i ..ii'. i i %  r Piet •.,. %  • i ., .. ., ; i, Ja i ... In N in an P alkin Rand, .! % % %  : Hi > ii an, lam l '•Iff, 111 i' %  n %  i .-'u.. : ElFunds raised will be used to continue PTA urojects Proceeds Will Go To Cardiac Group Miami chapter of National Children's Cardiac Hospital ended its current season with a buffet supper and dance at the Electricians' Hall on Sunday. All proceeds to go to the free, non-sectarian hospital which is daily waging a battle against rheumatic fever and congenital heart disease among children. Chairman was Mrs. Leah Friedsen, and in change of reservations was Mrs. Sidney Fertig. Fred Bower and his orchestra played for dancing. 15 YEARS OF DEDICATED LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNITY SERVICE ELECT JOE MALEK JUSTICE OF PEACE Pull 5th DISTRICT Pull Lever Lever THE SWING IS TO DAN CHAPPELL OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE FOR County Commissioner for District No. 2 (All Communities and Unincorporated Areas North of N.W. 54th Street.) DAN CHAPPELL is a Proven Leader ... A Brilliant and Courageous Attorney And, a Leading Banker and Businessman. A Resident cf Miami Shores and Dade County for 35 Years, DAN is well equipped and more than qualified to serve ALL the Good People in District No. 2 And ALL of Dade County. YES, DAN CHAPPELL IS THE ONLY CANDIDATE IN DISTRICT NO. 2 WHO CAN PUT A "HEART" IN METRO. You are WELCOME at the DAN CHAPPELL Headquarters 686 N.E. 126th St., North Miami. Phone: PL 8-8531. Thank You. l'.l Pol A.lv



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': Friday, April 27. 1962 VjmtiSti fhrkHnn Page 5-B Rabbi Gross Will Leave for Trip To Israel Sunday MKS. R03E.7T t/TT Hatikvah Charter Installation Set Mr.Robert LitI, founder president [ the new Hatikvah chapter. B'naj 3'rilh Women, announces that the c-iarter presentation and installation of officer! will be held iu th* Florida convention of B"nai 1$ nth Chapters and Lodges at a luncheon Sunday in the Algiers hotel. A rewcomer to Miami Beach from Baltimore, Mrs. Litt has been associated with many charitable and ci" ic enterprises. She has held office in Bnai B'rith and Hadassah, was deputy district coordinator of t:\il "Jefense. served as vice president of the Maryland Society for Mentally Retarded Children, and is president of the Suburban Synagogue Sisterhood. Membership chairman of the new groujv which now has 150 members, IS Mrs Augusta Goldstein. Sasso Opens New Quarters Turn. Sasso. candidate for County Commissioner. District 2. announced the opening of a new campaign office at 741 Fisherman st., Opa-Iocka. under the direction of Edward Harrison, and another office in Liberty City, 6711 NW 15th ave., with Louis Duncombe in charge. Immediate plans call for additional campaign headquarters in Hialeab, Carol City and other heavily-populated residential communities. "I want to meet the good people in these areas personally." Sasso -aid. 'I want to study their problems across the table from them, and these new headquarters vill help me accomplish this person-to-person work." "In addition." continued Sasso, "lach office will act as a puhlic information center where citizens interested in good government can lean the facts and at the same time contribute their efforts toward what they believe." Main campaign headquarters, at 12878 Biscayne blvd., continue to be the principle area of promotionj al activity where all executive! board members meet each Monday evening a 7 30 p.m. Board of directors of the Hebrew t Academy and the Hebrew Academy VV(.men's Orffwnisatimi boated %  hon voyage function in honor of Rabbi i and Mrs. Alexander 6. Gross on I Thursday evening at the Lucerne hotel. The function followed on the heels of other social events in hon(i of the Hebrew Academy principal and bis wife, who are leaving for an extended stay in Israel on Sunday. Par les held included those hosted by the I'TA at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Moskovitz, -.i at the home of Mrs. Maurice Bertha) Goldberg, se West Miami Unit Slates Installation B'nj.; B'rith Women, West Miami, will hold its annual installation on ; Wednesday evening at the West1 brookt Country Club, 8500 SW 8th St. Mrs Joseph Sandweiss, newlyelected president, will accept the pavel from retiring president, Mrs. I Morris Kaufman. Mrs. Jane Robinson will install officers. Executive board members are, vice presidents. Mesdames Oscar' Evans and Al Teitler; secretaries, Mesdames Cal Manning, Al Lynn and Rosalie Lowe; treasurer, Mrs. Abraham Grunhut; historian Mrs. George Fish. Appointed officers will also be installed. Julian Arroyo will demonstrate. hypnotic techniques, and "FaBlunget U" students will receive] graduation diplomas. I tary of the Academy, and a farewell affair at the home of Rabbi Morris Horovitz, of the Academy faculty, given by students of the high school and junior high departments. B. I. Bir.acr. immediate past president of the Academy, and Louis Merwitzer, new president, praised Rabbi Gross for his "unparelleled contribution to the million dollar campaign that is now eeing to a conclusion the erection cf the new Hebrew Academy at 2100 Pine Tree dr." The trip to Israel, a gift to the :;. bl i and his family, will begin on Cunard Eagle and the Zim Lines "Moledet." The flight back will be Via El Al. Rabbi and Mrs. Gross are taking their childrr., Shraga 8, Ora Lee 7, Karmi 5, Effrom 3, and Gila 1. They will stay in Israel until July 25. during which time Rabbi Gross expects to relax and also to visit some of Israels schools. Rabbi Gross tirst came to Miami Beach in 1947 to help organize the Hebrew Academy on behalf of Torah Umesorah. a national society for the establishment of day st hoo!-. In September, 1949, while in l c rael I a representative of Ozar ':-.. where he established 20 schools for some 2,000 Sephardic children, he received an invitation from Dr. David S. Andron, then president of the Hebrew Academy, to return to Miami Beach to accept the post of Academy principal. Rabbi Gross regards the Academy's pre*enl of an Isral tr>n to him and hi? family as a "Bar Mitzvah gift," since n vill mark 13 %  rs mat he acte I on the invitation. Temp's lion Sisterhood Sisterhood of Temple Zion will havi a dom dim %  v ii enterta inmi nl by San SHANDLOFF BRINGS KNOW-HOW PLUS SERVICE... Star, Vast Home Remodeling Firm, Asks For Home-Owner's 'Troubles' Big or Small So the doors are stuck! The kitchen gets too hot! You need six bookshelves, one more closet? There's a crack on the wall I just below the soffit! Any home-owner can ^easily point out '*< %  > a dozen little r / things that irk her every tinrishe looks at on. |... or all. "Home ownlers' 'troubles,'" 'says Arthur M. Shomtloff Shandloff, president of the Star Construction Co. Home Remodelers, "home owners' 'wee-troubles, are the way we here at Star make friends who — when it comes time to add a patio, an extra bedroom or bath, a Florida room, enclose a carport, put in a sprinkling system or whathave-you — remember us for these bigger home remodeling jobs. "Women especially have found this point of view at the Star Construction Co. helpful, adaptable and reasonable. Star, la turn, considers It a privilege to explain. Inform 2574 SW EIGHTH ST.; address of the Star showroom. Inside this building, which is open every day 9 to 9, Saturday 9-6, and Sunday 12-6, Is the Star showroom in which you will find over SO complete displays of various Ideas having to do with additions, alterations, remodeling, modernizing, and improvements of any kind whether for home, hotel, apartment house, store, warehouse or any other structure. The slogan of the Star Construction Company Home Remodelers is "the change for the better is best with Star." Visitors to the showroom come away with the feeling that this is one slc&an that Is well merited. Any information, free estimates or discussions in your home with a competent sales engiaeer may be obtained by calling HI 4-6126 for Miamians, or WA 3-1806 for everyone la Broward County, and CY 4-2798 for those in Key West. As president of the company, of the practical and theoretical One of the better free shows and thoroughly satisfy every Arthur Shandloff, this year's examinations declared as aeein South Florida for home-ownwoman's questions about chairman of The Home 1mesaary by enforcement authorlers is the free show available what's going to happen to her provement Council, a division ties working In the Interest of to them any time at the Home house now that she has deof The National Association the public." 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Page 14-A fJmilsr FkricfJJiF Friday. April 27, 19 62 OH the Record: 3y NATHAN ZIPR1N instrument for Return to Traditional Judaism is Hadassah "THS PSYCHIATRISTS say that Old C unary parents—reh -.with anti-Sei litism suffering — often cast olf their ••burden" in the New World as a mea a of acquiring some protection against a recurrence ol persecutions. However, their children— born in the New World—rebi i (a ist their tradition-escaping parents t< return to tin tradition of the Prophets. The instrument foi the return to Ji wishness of these women was Hadassah. [n | Hadassah is making a truly inestimable contribution to he c intinuity of Jewish life in America This is an interesting phenomenon in American Jewish life. It is a phenomenon that impels me to think seriously ol devoting a future column to Ihe subject of "Jewishness by Rebellion." in whichl could probe more deeply into the motivating fopoes that are influencing American Jews to become more Jewish. Daniel B irenboim, the talented young Israeli I'W listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Kennedy* Does an Unbecoming About-Face United Nations g>j>t' w-W" '. O N JUNE 14. 1960. just before the Presidential campaign ot'j that year, a member ol the Senate told that august body: "We must formulate, with both imagination and restraint, a new approach toj the Middle Fast—not pressing our case so hard that the Arabs feel I their neutrality and nationalism are threatened, hut accepting those forces and seeking to help channel them along constructive lines, while at the same time trying to hasten the inevitable Arab acceptance of the permanence of Israel. We must give our support to programs to help people instead of regimes—to work in terms of their problems, not ours—and seek a permanent settlement among Arabs and Israelis based not on an armed truce but on mutual self-interest." The speaker was Sen. John F. Kennedy-the Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Give Back the Maftir B' BERNARD BARUCH in his recently published autobiography •lls an amusing tale about William Sulzer. The old timers will rememier Sulzer He represented the l Sast Side in Congress when it was really the East Side, when on the I same block you could get all the hree P's—pushcarts, pickles and philosophers. The time when the East Side was lull of color—at the time of the great immigration. The fact that Sulzer was not a Jew didn't hurt him with the East Side. He was tall, looked like Andrew Jackson and when he spoke, used only the best words in the dictionary. A lot of the East Siders didn't understand him, but they didn't care about that. A good speech should have music as well as ideas, and ideas these East Siders had enough. They loved the music. A speech by Congressman Sulzer was so soothing, you could fall asleep. Sulzer was so popular on the Fast Side. Tammany nominated him for Governor and he was e'ected, but elected over his great popularity, he defied Tammany and that's when he lost out. Tammany Boss Charley Murphy gave orders for his impeachniant ano he was tried and removed from the governorship. The story that Baruch relates is of the time when Sulzer was a Congressman. He was boasting among a party of newspapermen of his great popularity with the Jews. "Why," said he, "I inter• vened with the Czar on behalf of the Jews and when the Jews learned this, they got down on their knees in synagogues and prayed for me." The Sulzer episode reminds me of the story of the wealthy Jew who had Maftir. Maftir. as everyone knows or ought to know, is the highest honor bestowed on a layman at the synagogue service—the honor of reading the prophetical portion in the service. When a r.ch man is accorded the honor, it is expected that he will make a quid pro quo with a donation to the synagogue. But this rich man was very miserly, so the officials said: "No Money, No Maftir Finally the rich man. greedy for the honor, promised to give S500 to the synagogue. But once he had Maftir. he thumbed his nose at the officials when they asked him for the money. He laughed in their faces. "So I promised, so what? You don'i expect me to make good such a promise, do you?" Members of the congregation surrounded him, argued w.th him, shouted at him, some were ready to maul him, when a policeman appeared to inquire what was the trouble. Everybody started explaining to the policeman All he could make out was that the rich man had promised to pay $500 for Maftir and then had not come across, so the policeman tinned to the rich man and said, "Either pay the $500 or give the Maftir back." same man who. in September, as a campaigner tor the Presidency, would assure the annual convention ol the Zionist Organ.zation of America that, i: elected, he would give huh priority to the settlement of all outstanding Arab-Israeli issues. What has happened since" Where are the promises of yesteryear? Certainly they were not apparent when", last autumn, the United States opposed a resolution introduced in a committee of the UN General Assembly by 16 members, calling lor peace negotiations between Israel and the Arab states The promises seemed still more remote when the United States acted as the architect and chief proponent of a resolution adopted two weeks ago by the Security Council, sharply censuring Israel for reacting against Syrian provocations in the Lake Tiberias area. Where now. are the spirit, vision and intent of those grand designs drawn just prior to the 1960 campaign, and during the height of the campaign, by the then Sen. Kennedy? That the United States would favor censure of Israel before the Security Council was apparent from the opening remarks on the issue made by Adlai E. Stevenson, when he spoke up for the American delegation in the Security Council's debate of the reciprocal charges of aggressions made against each other by Syria and Israel. One must ask. as diplomats here do ask: Who formulates U.S. policy? Is it Mr. Kennedy, or Secretary of State Dean Rusk, or is Mr. Stevenson a free agent? There are other questions. Why did Mr. Stevenson trundle out a suggestion that, with all respect to Mr. Stevenson, hardly becomes him? Why did Mr. Stevenson, instead of dealing with the issue head-on, resort to a "gimmick," like requesting •.hat the Council summon Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn, chief of staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization? Who wanted von Horn at UN headquarters? Certainly not Acting Secretary-General U Thant. who said flatly and openly that von Horn was needed at his Palestine post, not here. The idea was American. What was its purpose? Was it designed as a stall, while Washington could ascertain exactly who was in power in Damascus? Or was it intended as an opportunity to let von Horn hear that not everybody liked his previous report, dealing with the Syrian-Israeli traces wih a fairly even hand? Was it, indeed, the purpose that von Horn came here to be given orders against too much objectivity? It was considered aggravatlngly ironic here that the final resolution, as it emerged from the American delegation, was so acceptable to the Arabs that even Russia and the United Arab Republic voted for it. Almost six years ago, Russia and the United States found it possible to team up on the same side of an important issue, voting together for condemnation of Israel as a result of the Sinai campaign. Such U.S.A.-U.S S.R. agreement had not happened on a substantive issue between the Korean war and 1956. Now, in 1962. Washington and the Kremlin found themselves, again, voting together. Between You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR pianisl vim recently scored a tremendous success • Carnegie Hall with Alfred Wallenstein and the Sym. h ,,t the An. is a most articulate 19-year-old. interview ed a day after the rave reviewcan Baremboim handled a group of reporters a: pri 5S conference with the ease and poise of a JFK. Hire on an American tour under the auspices ol S Hurok and the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, Barennoim doesn't consider himself a child > altl Oil li he gave his first concert in Bu Aires % %  •' %  '1"' • | -' of 7. "A child prodigy," he said, "is a talented young musician with ambitious parents, I was never thai 1 led a normal life as a youi,. 1 went '•" kindergarten with the other children My musical education never interfered with my ni h as : child." Barenboun had been publicized in advance ot the % % %  ; by tin Sj phony ol the Air aa i'.> list playing in their Beethoven cycle. 1 i h familiar v. uii the entire Beetl r oire, ihe young pianisl doesn'l consider himsi "A specialist," he said, "is a and I don't want to consider myself a cian There is too much emphasis on technique I probably as a result of our technological approach ti all world p r obkms. But technique is not an end lor the artist in the interpretation of the music he iplaying Our film Folk By HERBERT G. LUFT Jerry Lewis Again Hollywood JERRY LEWIS is currently be" fore cameras ai Paramount in "It's Only Money," a spoof of fictional private detectives and paperback "private-eye" novels. Jerry portrays Lester, a lovable but fey young man who operates a radio and television work shop in Los Angeles but dreams to be a Sherlock Holmes of today. His conversation is laced with terms such as caper, gat, buzzer, and he even buys a trench coat and pork-pie hat to complete the proper attire. Lester alias Jerry Lewis sees a TV news broadcast .n which a millionaire-spinster makes an appeal lor help in locating the son of her brother whose Will leaves his fortune to her unless his missing son is found within a year of his death—now only one week away. A reward of $100,000 is offered for the return of junior. In search of the missing heir to the electronics tycoon. Jerry soon discovers that the fugitive is none other than himself. But before he gets his hands on the dough, our hero miraculously survives an attempt to poison him. to push him off a cliff and a plot to have him chopped up by a giant lawn mower operated remotely from a master control room. The story ends with Lester-Jerry riding off in an elegant limousine with a beautiful nurse. Joan O'Brien, into the picture's "happy ending," leaving behind him such "Bad men" as Zaehary Scott and Jack Weston and a private detective who likes booze and blondes—portrayed by Jesse White "It's Only Money," not a very sophisticated yarn, .s being produced by Paul Jones and will be the first picture in which Jerry Lewis appeared outside hi own company since 1959, for which he guided and directed "CinderFella," "Bellboy," "The Ladies' Man"' and "The Errand Boy." Last month, Jerry Lewis opened his own Sunset Strip plush restaurant in Hollywood in direct competition to the Dean Martin bistro only a few blocks away on the same boulevard. In the meantime, he completed a Las Vegas night club show to appear in the new Paramount Picture. He is al ,o continuing in the field of recordings, and on television. A busy young man, to say the least. The Success Story Behind Jacob Blaustein New York JACOB BLAUSTEIN is today one ol ** the top Jewish leaders in the United States. He is also one of top men in the American oil industry. The story of his success is now told in "Blazing New Trails." a brief history of the American Oil Company. It was in 1910 that the American Oil Company was started as a small jobbership by Louis Blaustein and his son Jacob. They started by selling kerosene through the streets of Baltimore, having then three employees, one horse and a 270-gallon tankwagon. The sale of as much as 50 gallons of kerosene made a good day for them. They were quicker than most, though, to recognize the potential of the automobile market, and they decided that a unique motor fuel could spell success. Louis Blaustein became keenly interested in benzol, a volatile by-product from the steel mills' cuke ovens. He, Jacob, and a collaborating chemist finally achieved a stable blend of th.s benzol with gasoline. This WW the beginning of the world's "anti-knock motor fuel and alao the beginning of the Blaustein success. When Cap*. Charles A. Lindbergh made the first solo non-stop Iran* Atlantic flight in 1927. the tanks of his "Spirit of St. Uiui! were filled with American Oil gasoline. Later, the same year, when Maj. Herbert A. Darfiue led a U.S. Army flight of five Loening amphibians on a 20,000-mile good-will flight through South America, all five flew full route on American Oil gasoline. Proceeding from success to success, Louis Blaustein became, in 193*. president of the Pan American Petroleum company ana Jacob Blaustein became executive vice president. Today the Blaustein interests are major stockholders in Indiana Standard Oil Company, with Jacob a memoir oi the board of directors.



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Pace 16-A Jen is* nork/iain Friday. Apr/. 27, 1962 HEBREW UNIVERSITY BLACK TIE ffTf Israel Independence Dinner Cruise Lists Remaining Available Reservations Reservations still are available foi the gala Israel Independence Day celebration aboard the M. S. Calypso Liner, co-chairmen Jack S. Popick and Mrs. Samuel SimonJioff said this week. A community-wide dinner and dance May 5 will mark the celebration of Israel's 14th anniversary of independence Sponsors of the black tie function are the various local units of the American Friends ot the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, of Miami Beach, are honorary chairmen of the celebration, which also will observe the 13th anniversary of Israel's admission into the United Nations. Popick stressed the fact that although the Calypso Liner will accommodate up to 600 persons in comfort, "reservations will be limited to 400 so that complete enjoy ment of the evening can be had w.lhout crowding of any sort." He noted that there are no staterooms aboard the 190-ft. vessel, "making for a maximum of public space." Two dance bands will accompany unusual Calypso entertainment, and various forms of recreation will be provided as the ship cruises 12 miles off shore The vtssel will leave the Miami docks at 8:45 p.m., and return at 1 a.m.. Sunday, May 6, in the nation's only sea-going birthday salute to Israel. Mrs. Simonhoff pointed out that there will be no solicitation of funds during the dinner or cruise. "Israel's anniversary should be and will be the occasion for celebration of the young country's amazing progress during its first 14 years.; During that time, the population; has jumped by more than three times, and the period of greatest growth lies just ahead. "The role of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and it* schools of medicine, law, accounting, agriculture and the human sciences cannot be overemphasized in evaluating Israel's prospects for the next decade," she asserted. Popick said that "the Hebrew University is more than the university of Israel. It is truly the university of the Jewish people everywhere." Reservations and information may be obtained at the Hebrew University offices, One Lincoln Road bldg. BALDNESS In Your Future! ba.'inoss with age. Wilcox with his 20 yean experience, can save and improve your hair .*. your youthful appearance -. • Free Examination • Trial Treatment $1 • No Obligation • Complete Privacy Personalized nu-mcthod treatment &f or both men ond women. Weekdays 10 to 7—Sot 10 til 2. Phone FR 4-7882 Today' 302 Congress 6ldg., Miami Israel Independence Day is the topic for (left to right) Mrs. Samuel Simonhorf and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mrs. Simonhofi is co-chairman of the May 5 community-wide dinner and dance aboard the M. S. Calypso Liner, and the Charcowskys are honorary chairmen of the black tie event. Some 400 community leaders are expected to take part, with reservations still available. GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS IN MIAMI, MIAMI BEACH AND THROUGHOUT ALL OF SOUTH FLORIDA ON THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS. 0 HILL YORK AND HILL YORK MAINTENANCE CORP Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 1225 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI FR 1-1411 COSTUMES FORMALS Wide Variety in Stock For All Occasions Custom Made to Order A.B.C. Costume Shop RENTALS SALES 5130 Biscayne Blvd. PL 7-3492 Nite PL 7-3820 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc. 1451 N BAYSHORE DRIVE Phon. FR 4-9061 B.F.Goodrich NORTON TIRE (0 MAIN STORE 5300 N.W. 27th AVE. Open 24 Hours and All Day Sunday B.F.Goodrich "Life-Saver NYLON TIRES unrme ROAD HAZARD GUARAHTU A BLACKWALL TUBELESS FORMER SALI MICI 670x15/750x14 38.65 710x15/800x14 42.50 760x15/850x14 46.50 800x15 51.75 22.95 25.50 27.90 30.95 TUBELESS 670x15/750x14 47.35 710x15/800x14 52.10 760x15/850x14 56.95 800x15/900x14 63.45 820x15/950x14 65.60 28.40 31.25 34.15 37.95 39.35 SAVI 15.70 17.00 18.60 20.80 18.95 20.85 22.80 25.50 26.25 6 "J fee. TJI 3t -0 'C.rnct.l enmf or ae 13.00 ... ••" HackMI. ?Ur „!„ ,|„ taw victl Grrm.oe t I. Goodncl Bet'Mfli W lfd only on Sou* Tiri Cmitr. Mounter tret "NtlMlll tlljht 1 (ltd, A!l prices plus Fed. tax 2.50 to 3.23 per tire and tire off your car Your Credit Is Good At Any Norton Store Open A Norton Charge Account It's Good For A Lifetime 17 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 5361 N.W. 27th Avt. Of* 24 Hoen IRI All Bay S.ndiy MIAMI JJOO urn. zrtk ... • 400 wm 4m i.*. MIAMI HACK t*4 Ml LAN* All M NMtk Hit. Mwy. KIT Will MO •rm II. CAMM. cm 4**S N *>. 147 III 11 HOUTwooe HOMIITIA* 30100 t. em MIMM IHM <•. m. AM. •MRU M4AJM f*W I W WOUYWtM e*i7 M I tA #7 I %  7-t4B ML IAWMMAU ISM MOfk M. .,. JA S-S1M BATTERIES SURE FIRE 12 MONTH GUARANTEE CROUP 1 — I VOLT MOM 8 44 EXCHAN6E 12 VOLT FROM 1^44 A LXCHM6E ALL BATTERIES I 5ALE PRICED



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iday. April 27. 1962 't'Jmiitii ftwktt&n Page 3-A Hit Soviet Denial of Rights to Jews &t m *#*** k. : R 63 odossofi Education Day Greater Miami chapter of Hadaseh held its Education Day on Sunay at Westbrcoke Country Club. rhe session included workshop meetings during the morning and tion in the afternoon. TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only gives itrongtr, fatter relief from Pin of headacha but la also tufer. Won't upset the •tomach *T>& tios no bad effects. You •ee, Anacm is like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anacin contain! not just one but a eombinalion of medically proven, active inirredk-nts. Scientific research has proved no tingle drug can give such strong yet such safe relief as Anacin Tableta. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go towards support of the Home. You may contribute, take a tax deduction or we will pay cash for same. Remember we are NOT a profit-malcing organisation We are helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others you are helping yourselfl Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use all your outcasts or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th Avenue Ph. 696-2101 Cosed Saturdays inev Ansin (left), a Combined Jewish Appeal Business I ik host, confers over pledge cards with Joseph Rose durI Business Week. Key volunteers selected two or three Is .:. the morning, covered them during the day, and reSm the next morning to Temple Israel headquarters. lay Harbor CJA lets Increase Members of the CJA Bay Harlot Residents Division attending a kssovei brunch at the Balmoral otel more than doubled their 1961 ionlribul • • s, according to Dan luskin, chairman of the overall Miami Beach Residents Council. Shepard Broad, outstanding : inter Miami community leader 1 Idressed the brunch, and called lot CJA leader? to accept increased cponsibility in line with the ef-1 orts put forth by such Jewish comnunittes a? Detroit. Those attending the brunch inbluded Ruskin, Shepard Broad. Jorris Broad, Norman Arkin, fli.mes Naiman, Irving Rosen, Jose insen, Benjamin Sharps, Sam Poink. Sam Botway, Lloyd Ruskin, Martin Lodge, Dan Elkind, Cal lovens, and Leonard Rosen. Continued frem Pass l-A cation between local congregations appears either to be disrupted or non-existent. Similarly, no contact is allowed with Jewish religious bodies outside the USSR. Countless Jews," he continued, "will be efeprived of the matxohs, the symbol of Passover, due to the Soviet Government's prohibition against the baking of matzohs in state-operated bakeries." Rabbi Julius Mark, president of thi Synagogue Council of America, stated that the matzob situation in the Soviet Union is not the only matter of concern to organized American-Jewish religion. "We are deeply concerned." he slated, "over reports emanating from the Soviet Union that our fellow-Jews in that country are being subjected to new harassmerits. The lives of manyarc in jeopardy. A number have been arrested and at least two have Dt en executed." Speaking for the Pioneer Women, Mrs. Leff denounced in her Passover message "the spiritual genocide" practiced by Soviet authorities against the USSR's 3.000.000 jews. Other major Jewish organizations have similarly condemned the Soviet action .n their Passover statements, In Jerusalem, Sephardic Chief Rabbi Nissim spoke on a Passover broadcast, of the dangers of assimilation hovering over "certain Jewish communities," stressing the removal of religious freedom of Soviet Jewry indicated in the ban on the baking of matzoh for Russian Jews. Complete end Dependable Title Service IAMI TITHE & Qktract Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROV/S • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING and 136 N.E. FIRST STREET Telephone FRartklin 3-8432 AND ederal A S O t I A T I progress report LllgS A M I STATEMENT OF MARCH 31. ASSETS Cash on Hand and In Banks $ 6,126,009.47 U.S. Gov't. Bonds ... 14,723,340.91 $ 20,849,350.38 First Mortgage Loans 153,175,578.28 Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 2,275,000.00 Loans on Savings Accounts 504,337.46 Real Estate Owned 584,697.19 Buildings, Land and Equipment — Net 5,328,992.81 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 383,924.95 TOTAL ASSETS ... $183,101,881.07 H h : \ CONDITION 1962 LIABILITIES AND.RESERVES Savings Accounts $162,588,403.72 Advance from Federal Home Loan Bank 3,000,000.00 Loans In Process 2,526,695.02 Escrow Funds 618,1 85.45 Other Liabilities 438,904.87 Income Collected In Advance 770,587.33 Surplus and Reserves I 3,1 59,104.68 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES ... $183,101,881.07 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 1 ON tio urios: Attitrjnt £> rh PrtiuUnt UONAID 111! Trtdturtr COS FCUft Cinirjl Ctunstl CH.IIES lEMtT YI;I -PruiJint JOSfPn M UPTON Prtii.lint LEO JOIINiON I 'ict'Prtii.ltnt GE0IGE a, PIKE Viti-Pnii.lmt SAUUEl UPTON Qirttttr Write your success story with Dade Federal SAVINGS MHIOID I ClEMENIi I'i.e-Preti.lrnt an.l Stitttiry Savings accounts are insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the Federal Government, ( It is possible, however, to insure savings) ioeiccw of* 10,000) 5 CONVENIENT 'One 01 the Nation\ OMesf and largest' j0ade Federal tyAVINGS ond LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMi 4 1% 4 I0MPM M 1 IP I ON Pieudrni PER ANNUM Current Dividend Rate PAYABLE & COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY Main Office 0 Allapattah Branch, | North Miami Branch I Tamiami'Branch I Edison Center Branch' y 101 E. Flagler St. 1400 N.W. 36th St I 12370 N.W 7th Ave. I 1901 S.W 8th St. I 5800 N W. 7th Ave.. ..%%.#.-. .-.-;. %  ;•;