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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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 35 Number 18
Miami. Florida, Friday, May 4, 1962
Three Sections Price 20*

Ben Bella Brands Cairo Report 'Falsehood'
Rabbinical Unit
Questions Need
Of Ts Today
NEW YORK (JTA) The \
Jewish Center, "which did yeomen
service decades ago in helping to
Americanize and integrate Jewish
immigrants, has outlived its use-'
fulness s it stands and must either
change its approach or ".ve way'
to the synagogue."
This >s the claim made by the
R&bbinical Assembly of America,
central body of Conservative rabbis,
in its organ, "Conservative Juda-
ism." The claim was developed
from tlit results of symposium on '
the relationships between the syna-
gogue and the Center in the current '
issue of the quarterly periodical, \
published this week. The Assem-
bly argued that "as a "Jewish" but
non-religious institution, the Cen-
ter tends to 'ghettoize' Jewish ch.T-
dren and adults for non-Jewish ac-
tivities."
Or. Max Arzt, vice chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
Cent inued on Page 2-A
U.S. Jewry May
Lose Generation,
Greenberg Says
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y-(JTA)
A national Jewish religious lead-
er warned here that the American
Jewish community was faced with
the threat of the possible loss to
Judiasm of a whole generation be-
cause of failure to meet a growing
need for adequately trained Jewish
spiritual and cultural leaders.
The warning was sounded by Dr
Simon Greenberg, vice chancellor
f the Jewish Theological Seminary
Ol America. Dr. Greenberg deliv-
ered the keynote address at the
opening session of the 33rd annual
national convention of the National
Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs
meeting here at the Concord hotel
More than 1,000 delegates lrom the
United States. Canada and Puerto
Continued on Page 12-A
PARIS(JTA)Mohammed Ben Bella. Vice Premier of the Al-j
gerian Provisional Government, denied vehemently, in an interview at I
Tunis on Sunday, that he had stated that independent Algeria would
provide lOO.OOOsoldiers to help the Arab people "liberate" Palestine j
lrom Israel rule.
Mr. Ben Bella was quoted to that effect nearly three weeks ago [
after he visited Cairo. The Information Minister of the Algerian Pro-!
visional Government has already denied that Ben Bella could have
made such a statement. Now Ben Bella himself, in an interview at!
the Tunis temporary headquarters of the Provisional Government, |
pinned down the statement as a falsehood.
Referring to the Cairo report of his alleged anti-Israeli statement,
he said: "I never made the remarks that were attributed to me. I
never gave the alleged interview. I want this made clear." The Vice
Premier added that the Arabs in Algeria regard the Jews as "com-
patriots who can find their place in the Algerian fatherland.'"
Soviets Admit Jews Were
Chief Victims of the Nazis
LONDON(JTA)The Soviet Union's Parliament recognized for
'he first time in many years this week that Jews were the main vie
lims of Nazi mass murders both inside Russia and in other countries
during World War II.
During a period going back tq
the anti-Jewish purges of Stalin In I
1948 and which lasted through the I
post-Stalin era, including the more I
ircent years under Khrushchev.'
I he Soviet Communist party banned
reference to Jews as among the
victims of the Nazi wartime per-!
iod. At the closing session of the i
Supreme Soviet this week, Jews
were mentioned explicitly among
the victims in an address to meriV I
bers of the Parliament.
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POET 'EXPLAINS'
Aleksander Y. Korneichok, a
Ukrainian playwright, member of
the Supreme Soviet, and a key
leader of the so-called World
Peace Council, was chosen by the
Communist leadership to bring
up the matter of Jewish martyr-
dom, apparently in response to
protests abroad against Russia's
Continued on Page 9-A
LONDON (JTA) Yev-
geny Yevtushenko. the young
Soviet poet who attracted
worldwide attention for his
poem, Babi Yar, told a press
conference here that the
meaning of the poem has
been misunderstood in the
West, which had hailed it as
a denunciation of continuing
anti-Semitism in the Soviet
Union. He came here Friday
for a two-week visit under the
Anglo Soviet cultural ex-
change pact.
"I wanted to show that an-
ti-Semitism has no relation-
ship to the spirit of the Russ-
ian people," he said.
Charge Industrialist in U.S.
With Aid to Anti-Semites
DP. SIMON GREENBERG
NEW YORK (JTA1 Fulton
Lewis. Jr., nationally syndicated
columnist, charged this week that;
Nicolae Malaxa, former Rumanian
living "in palatial elegance" in this
City, has been implicated in the
'ieath of 100.000 Rumanian Jews
airing World War II.
Declaring that efforts to deport
him to Rumania have been unavail-
ing. Mr. Lewis stated: "There is
no explanation why Malaxa is still
here Nor is there an excuse."
According to the columnist,
Malaxa, an industrialist in Buch-
arest, "financed the infamous
Iron Guard of Rumania, which
massacred, tortured, imprisoned
and hanged hundreds of thous-
ands of Jews in the early days of
1941."
Later, during the war, Lewis al-
ii es Malaxa. "hooked up" With
Mbert Goenng. brother of Marshal
Coering. Hitler's No. 2 man. and
helped supply Hitler's army with
some of the metallurgical products
so badly needed during the war."
Lewis asserted that Malaxa came
Minister Denies Algeria
Pledged to Fight Israel
PRRIS (JTA) The Provis-;
ional Government of Algeria de-
nied this week that it planned to
play a militant role against Israel.
A member of the Government ex-
pressed "doubt" about a statement
attributed to Vice Premier Moham-
med Ben Bella who was quoted as
saying that independent Algeria!
would contribute 100,000 soldiers to
the Arab battle against Israel.
Mr. Ben Bella was quoted two
weeks ago by the Mideast News
Agency, of Cairo, as having made
such a statement while in Cairo
But Mohammed Yazid. Minister of
Information in the Algerian Pro-
visional Government, said in Tunis
that the Vice Premier had not been
quoted correctly.
Mr. Yazid told newsmen at
Tunis that a "certain press" was
conducting a campaign to "create
a myth of division in our ranks."
Castigating such efforts, without
naming the semi-official Cairo
Continued on Page 10-A
DELEGATION VISITS
Kennedy Hosts
Jewish Leaders
WASHINGTON (JTA' Pres-
ident John F. Kennedy conferred
Monday for more than a half-hour
with a delegation of American
Jewish Committee leaders on a
number of important current is-
sues. Chief among the problems
was the concerted Arab League
discrimination aginst American
citizens and the general invasion
of American rights by Arab League
countries.
The delegation, headed by Gov
Herbert H. Lehman, honorary vice
president of the American Jewish
Committee, included Jacob Blau-
Continued on Page 2-A
UNDER POPE JOHN IN OCTOBER
Catholic Council Will Examine
End to 'God-Killer Stigma
to the United Slates in 1946 to rep
resent the Communist Ruman.an
Government, and has remained here
since. The United States Immigra-
tion Service, which has hc>l de-
portation hearings against Malaxa.
"has been stymied in its efforts to
send him back to Rumania." ac-
cording to Lewis
ROME (JTA) The Ecumeni-
c.l Council, to be convened here
by Pope John XXIII next October,
will probably discuss ways of re-1
moving from the Jews the stigma |
of "slayers of God," Augustin Car-1
dinal Bea told representatives ol i
the press here this week. Cardinal |
Bea was the confessor of the late j
Pope Pius XII. and is now presi-:
dent of the Vatican's Secretariat
for the Union of Christians, plan-
ning the agenda for the Ecumenical I
Council.
The Catholic Church, said the!
Cardinal, recognies that a principal
reason for anti-Semitic persecu-
tions through the ages has been the
fact that the Jewish people were
blamed by Christians for the cruel-'
fixion of Jesus. It is high time
for this stigma to be removed, the
Cardinal said.
Under Pope John XXIII, var-
ious steps toward reduction of
anti-Semitism have already been
taken. Two years ago, the Pope
revised the Easter ritual so as
to eliminate references to "per-
fidious Jews" allegedly respon-
sible for the killing of the Christ.
Vatican sources indicated that
some Jewish suggestions for the
Ecumenical Council have been
received. Jewish organiations
are especially interested in hav-
ing the Council condemn anti-
Semitism and modify the em-
phasis in the Catechism on Jews
as "God killers."
In New York, the America. Jew-
ish Committee commended Cardi-
nal Bea's statement, calling it "a
highly significant advance, a major
Continued on Page 6 A
ON BRIEF VISIT TO HUSBANDS CEIL IN ISRAEL
%Auf Wiedersehen'-- Vera Eichmann
TEL AVIV (JTA) Vera Eich-
mann left Israel Monday alter visit-'
lug her husband Adolf Eichmann,
v, ho is in Ramleh prison awaiting
the outcome of an appeal from his
death sentence for the murder of
P.000.000 Jews in Europe during
the Second World War.
Mrs Eichmann, who arrived,
here incognito Monday night from ;
Zurich, was immediately taken to
Ramleh prison where she met with
her husband and spoke with him
through a glass partition via ear-
phones for 90 minutes. She met
with him again towards midnight
for 15 minutes, bidding him "aul-
wiedersehn" as she left
Preparations for Mrs. Eichmann's
visit had been conducted with Ut-
most secrecy and although it was
known here that she was due to
arrive, the first news of the visit
was made known only after her
departure this morning. All for-
malities in connection with the
visit, including the issuance Of the
visa and customs procedures were
apparently handled outside routine
channels by the Israeli Security
Services.
Mrs. Eichmann arrived at
Lydda Airport under her maiden
name, Vera Loebel, and she was
accompanied by Else Gruder,
secretary to Dr. Robert Servafius,
Eichmann's defense attorney.
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Zamora s Future Seems Brighter Now
Going over final plans for the last days of Judge Phillip Gold*
man's campaign to retain his seat on the Circuit Court bench
are (left to rignt) Larry Kimmel, a Goldman supporter; Dick
Hickey. campaign manager; Judge Goldman, and Hyman P.
Calbut.
Judge Goldman's Record Hailed
lu Ige Phillip Goldman's "out-
standing record as a jurist has
: < t n heralded by lawyers, laymen
and the press in glowing endorse-
ment:- during the final days of the
current political campaign." ac-
1 irding to his supporters
"Tin Dade County Bar Assn. hon-
ed Judge Goldman in their re-
pi 1 among all lawyers in the
by approving hi^ qualifica-
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izing 93 l percent vote in
- favor." they declared.
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highest number of 'well qualified'
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paid tribute to Judge Goldman last
week by endorsing his candidacy
10 the Circuit Court. The .Miami
Herald and The Miami News added
their praise in editorials recom-
mending thai Judge Goldman be rc-
tained in the Circuit Court."
These endorsements followed two
other honors bestowed upon the
I lorida-born jurist. Judge Gold-
man u,,- ;:ppi.;:ited by the Florida
Supreme Court to serve as Asso-
ciate Judg< of the District Court
of Appeal last month, and two
weeks ago was invited by the State
- ipn m( v 1 :!'! to sil in Tallahassee
.hi Associate Justice oi that top
judicial N
M : nnt< d to the bench in i!H>o.
Judge 11 Idn ai is th< grandson ox
a pioneer Miami family and a
graduate i: three stini shed
unh ers.tit .. ing Han ard Law
S< hool
Following on the heels of com-
munity-wide publicity last week.
Temple Zamora seemed less like-
ly Wednesday to have its doors
closed by the Coral Gables Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn.,
whose officials point to a $60,823
mortgage now four months in ar-
rears.
Inman Padgett, legal counsel
for Coral Gables Federal, declar-
ed here that his organisation's
suit in the Circuit Court "is on
we certainly don't want to fore-
close on." But. despite seeming-
ly favorable community response,
foreclosure would be imminent
unless a substantial effort was
made to reduce the original $65.-
000 loan to Temple Zamora in
April, 1959.
John Bigman, a real estate
developer and textile manufac-
turer, of 11801 Old Cutler rd
and member of the Conserva-
tive congregation at 44 Zamora J
ave., has taken the lead with
Nathan Davidow, 647 Palermo,
president to keep the Temple
open.
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According to Coral Gables Fed-
eral, this is not the first time that
Zamora has been in arrears on
the loan which. Davidow says.
was negotiated to "meet a craze
for opulence," referring to the
Temple's face-lifting made with
borrowed fund-
Robert Searle, Mayor of Coral
Gables, meanwhile declared that
he had stepped in several months
ago along with a commitP-o to
help solve the small congrega-
tion's financial woes. The move
was launched by Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz, then spiritual leader of
Zamora. who in 1959 was granted
a life contract. He now occupies
a pulpit in Daytona Beach.
Bigman and Davidow both con-
cede that there has been factional
strife at Zamora. although Davi-
dow tends to minimize it.
Meanwhile, both Bigman and
Davidow have said that they in-
tend looking into why the balance
on the S65.000 six per cent loan
had dropped less than $5,000 after
more than $18,000 on 28 pay-
ments have been made since
April. 1959. Coral Gables Fed-
i eral officials explain that this is
due to many late payment
charges and other expenditures
! such as taxes and insurance pre-
miums on Zamora.
Added to these woes are S>17,-
000 in long-term loans owed to
other financial institutions here.
To ease the burden, Coral Ga-
bles Federal spokesmen have
promised to eliminate attor-
ney's and ether fees in the event
the small congregation can
meet its demand for a reason-
able payment toward the out-
standing principle.
"We're certainly not out of the
woods, but I feel very much more
optimistic." Davidow told The
Jewish Floridian on Wednesday.
"II took a jolt like this to wake
our members up. Now many of
them have come in with back
pledges, dues, and gifts '
It was heartening, he said, to
discover so many donations by
Jews and non-Jews alike coming
through the mail. Davidow report-
ed that the congregation made a
token SGOO payment to Coral Ga-
bles Federal on Monday "as a
starter. It's not much to begin
with, hut they have faith in us,
and have given us a 30-day ex-
tension."
Miamians Listed j
In Publication
Harold Abbott, chartered life un-
derwriter with National Life of
Vermont, Henry Gilbert, unaffiliat-
cd, Jack J. Gold. Mutual Benefit
Life, and Theodore Levy, New
York Life, are listed in the 1962
roster of the Million Dollar Round
Table of the National Association
of Life Underwriters.
To qualify, each member must
have sold at least a million dollars
ot life insurance in 1961. or else
have met the even stricter require-
ments for life membership by sales
in prior years.
Mai is Ihe 1 For us
HARRY RIFKIN ED LASSMAN ELIOT WESTON CHARLES WEINBERG FRANK A. MARTIN FRED QUITTNER LEE PASCAL CHARLES ASHMANN
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Mrs. Eichmann
Visits Adolf s Cell
Ccntinued from Page 1-A
Both had remained unrecognized
in the Swissair airliner in which
they hai flown from Zurich.
Aftei other pessengers lelt
tin plane, the two women were tak-
en out i : the airport through a side
gate bj Israeli security men and
hurriedly driven to the prison
where th Iwo meetings took place.
It is not known where they spent
th< night They were brought to
the airport in the morning and em-
barked on a Swissair airliner bound
tor Europe.
Mrs. Eichmann nan first request
about two months ago. The mat-
ter was then taken up by the Min-
isterial Committee for Internal Af-
fairs, which, after consulting the
Foreign Ministry and the Attorney
General's Office, decided to grant
a visa for a single meeting wit'i
F.ichmann.
For some reason. Mrs. Eichmann
did not utilize the visa at that
time. Recently, however, she sub-
mitted another application and.
while some Government officials
lelt that the visit should take place
only after the Supreme Court hand-
ed down its verdict on the appeal,
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CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
"LAWYERS AND LAYMEN ALIKE AGREE THAT JUDGE
GOLDMAN IS ONE OF THE ABLEST JURISTS IN FLORIDA."
MIAMI HERALD
". KNOWN AS A STUDENT OF THE LAW, HE IS
RATED BY PROFESSIONAL OBSERVERS TO BE ONE OF THE
FINEST JURISTS TO SIT ON THE CIRCUIT BENCH
IN THIS STATE."
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"IN THE RECENT DADE COUNTY BAR POLL, JUDGE
GOLDMAN POLLED THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF WELL
QUALIFIED' AND 'QUALIFIED' VOTES OF ANY CANDIDATE."
DADE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
"... I BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE THE BRIGHTEST AND
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DURING MY MEMORY."
~ RICHARD ERVIN
Attorney General of Florida
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Page 7-A
Members of the host committee for the State of Israel Dinner
cf Tribute to be held Sunday, May 27, at the Diplomat hotel
engage in discuss on of the community-wide event at a din-
ner meeting qiven by dinner chairman, Carl Weinkle. at the
Imperial house. rrom left are Paul R. Gordon, Sidney Ansin.
Benjamin Rimer and Ben Markowitz.
Rosen to Chair Dinner Tribute
Leonard Rosen. Miami business
; i,d community loader, h.is been
anted co-chairman of the state ol
Israel Dinner of Tribute to be held
Sunday, May 27. at the Diplomat
tel. Announcement of Rosen's ap-
ointment was made by dinner
hairmaq, Carl Weinkle.
The dinner will honor tour Mi-
ians who have achieved world-
wide fame lor the.r initiative and
murage in supporting the State ol
.i from the first days ol its
irth as members of the Miami
Iroup." The four Miamians are
- m Blank, Sam Friedland, Max
0\ .:/ and Dan. B Ruskin.
The dinner under the auspices
cf the Greater Israel Bond com-
mittee, will climax the communi-
ty's celebration of Israel's 14
years of Independence.
Weinkle announced what was
ermed a "veritable who's who ol
ommunity leadership" lor the din-
i Named as vice chairmen of
. dinner committee were Elise A.
..i..m-. James M. Albert. Sidney
fl Ansin. William Bomstein. Jack
lamer. A C. Fine. Ben Franken-
;. in. [sadore Hecht, Samuel Kip
- David J. Light, Joseph M. Lip-
11, Ann Brenner Meyers. A. J.
lasky, Louis B. Rudtck, Fred
Somerstein, Harold Tburman, Nat
... dman ami Max Weitz.
Weinkle pointed out that "the
lour peopl we are honoring have
the esteem ol the entire community
aid they are being honored lor a
unique service to Israel which has
hi .'ii a factor in the country's eco-
nomic development ever since the
firth ol the Slate "
Cutler Named
To Corp. Board
At a recent meeting ol the board
of directors. A Budd Cutler was
dieted to the board of Superior
Windou Co and its subsidiaries.
Cutler, a Miami attorney, has
been general counsel for the com-
pany tor man) years
He i- a member Of the Florida
B;.r and American Bar Assn.. pres-
ident of Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, and active in
the I'nited Fund.
Mrs. Blum Elected
Shore unit. Woman's Corps. Pap-
^nicolaou Cancer Research Insti-
ute of Miami, is having a gala
li'ncheon and installation Monday
,1 the Seville hotel. Mrs. Milton
Hum has been elected for another
term.
Judge Berk man
Lists Endorsement
Judge Jason Berkman this week
entered the final days ot his cam-
paign to continue as District Fiv'e
Justice of the Peace.
Berkman told well-wishers at a
reception Monday night. "I am gra-
tified by the growing list of en-
dorsements, which includes civic
leaders from each of the District
Five municipalities."
Said the candidate: "Among
those actively supporting me are:
Miami Beach Councilnun Wolfie
Cohen and Melvin J. Richard. Surl-
side Coucilman Lee Howard. Coun-
cilman Stanley Tate and Joseph
Gardner, of Bay Harbor. Mayor
Joel Maskol. of North Bay Y.llage.
and former Mayor Eugene Schwarz,
of Surfside, Maurice Revitz. Simon
Rubin. Frank Cohen. Walter Lc-
bowitz.
Also Leo Eisenstein. Leonard
Glickman, Faye Koch and -Rose
Ki.gan. Judge Lawrence Hoffman,
Dave Weissman. Constable Rocky |
Pomerance. Leonard Coleman. Dan :
Ruskin. Paul Seiderman. and.
George Talianoff."
Berkman can also point to the i
"overwhelming support of fellow
attorneys as evidenced by a poll
conducted among members of I
Dade County Bar Assn." BaTTots j
in the category rating candidates
"well-qualified to hold judicial of- j
fice" showed Berkman with 364
votes.
At his reception. Judge Berkman
declared: "I am please! with bot'i
the results of and response to the
panel of experts on technical mat
ters which I established this year.'
Berkman is seeking to retain tru
post to which he was appointed t
the Governor of Florida. A mem
ber of the law firm ot Dubbin
Schiff. Berkman and Dubbin, he is
a member of the Florida Mediatior
and Conciliation Service, the Amer
uan Arbitration Assn.. and was re
cently appointed by federal olflC
i;,ls to the National Mediatioi
Board
In addition. Judge Berkman is -
member of the local, county, state
and national Bar Assns.. and man>
civic and fraternal organizations
Among them arc Temple Beth
Sholom. Civic League of Miam
Beach. Miami Beach Elks 1601
Miami Beach Chamber of Com
merce. Miami Beach Taxpayer.
Assn., American Legion. Jew.sh
War Veterans. Democratic Club o'
Miami Beach. Shore Unit Cancel
League tor Men. and the North
Beach Elementary School PTA.
FIRST ON THE BALLOT
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ELECT
DAN CHAPPELL
___EMINENTLY QUALIFIED
TO BE YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
FOR DISTRICT NO. 2 (North Dade Area)
OUTSTANDING ATTORNEY ... 35 YEA1S IN DADE COUNTY
(Attended Georgia Tech and Emory Unive sities)
LEADING BUSINESSMAN AND BANKER
Director Miami Beach Savings and loan Association
Owner, Sunshine Thoroughbred Stock Farm
REPRESENTED DADE COUNTY FOR 6 YEARS IN FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
9 Past President Florida Thoroughbred Breeders Assn. National President Horseman's
Benevolent and Protective Association
FAMILY MAN Two Lovely Daughters and Two Fine Grandchildren
ACTIVE IN CIVIC, FRATERNAL, AND CHURCH AFFAIRS
YES DAN CHAPPELL KNOWS GOVERNMENT, AND HE UNDERSTANDS
PEOPLE. HELP HIM PUT A "HEART" IN METRO. Thank You.
Pd P. I Adv.
A RECORD OF ACTION
AND LEADERSHIP FOR
DADE AND THE NATION!
HERE ARE A FEW OF DANTE
FASCELL'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS
AS YOUR CONGRESSMAN!
REPEAL OF THE TRANSPORTATION TAX
Dante Fascell introe'v/ced and enacted into law a bill re-
pealing the transportation tax to the Caribbean, hailed by avia-
tion, travel and resort industries as a great boost to Florida's
economy.
REDUCTION OF DOMESTIC TRAVEL TAX
Supported a bill reducing domestic transportation tax from
10o to 5o. Later voted to repeal the domestic transportation
tax altogether.
PENALTIES FOR PUBLIC BOMBINGS
Introduced and obtained passage of a law prescribing pen-
alties for bombings of public places such as houses of worship.
CUBAN EMBARGO
The F.iscell amendment to the Foreign Assistance Act gave
President Kennedy the ability to place a total embargo on Com-
munist Cuba. This embargo has had a disastrous effect on Cas-
tro's plans. The economy of Communnist Cuba is all but ruined
because of the President's embargo.
SLUM CLEARANCE
Dante B. Fascell has supported all legislation in Congress
that was aimed at elimination of our worst blight-SLUMS. He
stands for more porks, playgrounds and open space, plus ade-
quate housing tc replace the unsightly, vermin infested slums
of the district and the nation.
FOUGHT AID TO COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
Dante Fascell sponsored an amendment to the Foreign Aid
Act which prohibits any assistance to countries dominated by
international communism.
DADE IN THE AIR SPACE AGE
Our Congressman helped obtain $10.5 millions for improve-
ment and development of Miami International Airport.
PREVENTION OF BEACH EROSION
This federal study by the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers is to determine the
bert method of conserving our beaches
and to help prevent widespread damage
and destruction by tidal waves as we
have recently experienced. It will Help
us maintain South Florida as a great
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Englander Raps '24-Hr. Rezoning' For Oil Refinery
Judge KiifilanJcr pledged a "fight | courts and traffic contro
self-government
Count)
American Friends of the Kebtew University of Jerusalem and
lei's 14th anniversary of independence are the subjects
of conversation for (left to right* Herbert S. Shapiro, Ambassa-
dor Philip Klutnick. Leo Robinson and Emil Friedlander. Sha-
piro is past president of the local chapter of the American
Friends; Klutznick is immediate past national president of the
Hebrew University organization; Robinson is secretary of the
South Florida Division of the American Friends; and Fried-
lander is a board member.
Hebrew Univ. Cruise to Launch 3-Week
Celebration of Israel's 14th Anniversary
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Ml
lander's whirlwind campaign return
for election to the Dade Count) municipalities in those areas
Commission moved through every Ihl, ,.> can best serve:
community m the Fifth Itnct------
nr,-. week with four main issues
stressed by the former Justice oi
the r>
ju | g< Englander hammered
iua\ .
> and Mid I
lime .-
These two projects, hasl I) ap-
piovi Metro, pose a
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atei I even the verj air we
breathe "
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where
traffic
Headquarter, f, r EngU 1 ara
at 171 Lincoln
- th Florida Jewry' ul|l launch
et weeks of celebrations mark-
ng Israel's nth anniversary ol in-
pendence Saturday night with a
mmunity-wide dinner and dance
ird the M. S. Calypso Lirvr
S] nsored by the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
isalem. the black tie affair
- co-chaired bj Jack S Popick and
- Samuel Simonhofi
An unusual feature of the func-
ir ng which no solicitation of
- has been scheduled will be
the total absence of speeches.
it's been a long season of ban-
quets and halls. We've had numer-
ous requests for something differ-
in a dinner-dance. This four-
hour cruise off the Florida coast
should answer those suggestions."
Fopick said
Reading of Israel's historic Dec-
laration of Independence will be
the highlight of the evening,
which gets under way when the
190-ft. vessel casts off from the
downtown Miami docks at 8:45
p.m.
Cutting Of a huge birthday cake
will be the only other ceremony
. board the ship. Dinner will be
served immediately after embarka-
tion, with two dance bands and un-
usual Calypso entertainment on the
agenda.
Mrs. Simonboff stressed that
there are still reservations avail-
able. They may be secured at the
Hebrew University offices. One
Lincoln Road Bldg.
The Saturday night fete also will
mark the 13th anniversary of Is-
rael's admission into the United
Nations.
Actual date of Israel's birthday is
Tuesday night. May 8. on the He-
brew and Israeli calendars Israel's
independence was proclaimed on
the fifth of Iyar. May 14, 1*48. fol-
lowing the expiration of the British
mandate in Palestine.
'Judge Englander'* stand has
won unanimous support," his sup-
porters pointed out, "from the
Beach City Council, Chamber of
Commerce, conservation groups
and numerous other civic and
service organiiations. All have
taken firm stands against Sea-
dade. The time to stop it is
now, for there are no fool-
proof safety controls possible,"
the former president of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District de-
clared.
Judge Englander. former Assist
ant Attorney General of the Statt
of Florida and now a Miami Beach
City Councilman, won the endorse-
ments during the week of Ted
Trushin. president of the BeacSi
ol B'nai B'rith; Frank Colin,
past president of the Civic l.<
Dr and Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz;
Judge Eugene Sulxberger, oi Surf-
side; Dr. Stanle) Coltune, past
president of the Presidents' Coun-
cil and .Tumor Chamber of Com-
merce; Harold Rosen, past exalted
ruler of the Elks and Jaycee presi-
dent; Benjamin J. Meyer-; and nu-
merous other communal leaders.
Judge Englander. past president
of the Miami Beach J.iycecs. who
was selected as Miami Beach's
Man of the Year" by the Junior
Chamber of Commerce, is a former
Dade County Democratic county
coranuttecman and 1- past master
of h.s Masonic lodge.
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CRIMINAL COURT CF RECORD
ENDORSED BY THE MIAMI NEWS!
The Miami New* sad Ap- 28. 1962:
"For Criminal Court ef Reccrd, we recommend that incumbent Jui
Jack A. Faik be retained.
During his tervu-e en the Criminal Court Bench, he hes established
a reputation for fairness arxi in'egrity which well qualifies him for con-
tinued service. '
PRAISED BY TH MIAMI HERALD!
The Miami Heraic sa.d, Apr. 26, 1962:
"The incumbent. Jack A. Falk, is a young man of high integrity."
OVERWHELMINGLY COMMENDED
BY MEMBERS OF DADE BAR ASSN.!
RECEIVED 799 VOTES AS "WELL-QUALIFIED"
FROM BAR MEMBERS TO ONLY 44 FOR OPPONENT!
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Friday. May 4. 1962
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Gordon Hits Back At 'Big Lie1
Certificates for distinguished service during
the past three years were presented by Mrs.
Louis Glasser, chairman of the Greater Miami
Jewish Welfare Board Armed Services Com-
mittee at the recent JWB biennial convention
held in Miami Beach. Left to right Dr. Marvin
Goldstein, Atlanta JWB-USO chairman; Hyman
Kam, Miami VAVS representative to the Coral
Gables Veterans Hospital and a Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center representa-
tive; Mrs. Louis Glasser, Greater Miami Armed
Services chairman; Herbert Elsas, chairman.
Third Army Area JWB-USO Armed Services
Committee; Mrs. Herbert Shapiro, Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood; Charles Seiavitch, chair-
man, B'nai B'rith State of Florida, working with
the Armed Services. Not present were Arthur
Rosichan, executive director. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Miss Trixie Levin, and Mr.
and Mrs. Wolfie Cohen.
Legislator Urges Stevenson Give Testimony
WASHINGTON (JTA) Dem-
< cratic Congressman Leonard Farb-
stein, of New York, this week ask-
Subcommittee of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee to invite United
Nations Ambassador Adlai Steven-
son, "or the official in the Depart-
ment of State most responsible" for
U.S. Middle Eastern foreign policy,
to testify before the House unit on
ihe motivation?" of the United
States-sponsored resolution in toe
IN Security Council, censuring
Israeli earlier this month.
Rep Farbstein, a member of the
.-i.bcommittce. said in a letter to
Subcommittee Chairman L. H.
Fountain. North Carolina Demo-
crat, that he was making his re-
quest because he, "along with
other of my colleagues have be-
come increasingly disturbed by the
conduct of our affairs in the United
Nations" with respect to iTie Mid-
dle East.
The New Yorker said U.S. votes
in the United Nations during the
past four months appear "on the
face" to be "in harmony wiTn the
views of Israel's sworn en-
emies."
In addition to U.S. sponsorship of
the censure resolution, the Con-
gressman cited the American UN
di legation's efforts in the General
Assembly, last December, to de-
Oat a 16-nation proposal that di-
rect Israel-Arab peace talks which,
he said, "caused widespread con-
cern in Congress."
Rep. Farbstein pointed out th;it
the U.S. vote was cast against the
resolution, "despite repeated pro-
nouncements by our State Depart-
ment, reaffirming our support for
direct talks among parties to all
disputes." Similarly, he said, U.S.
Entering the final hours of his
campaign for reelection to the i
County Commission from D.strict
5, Commission Chairman Alex Gor-
don this week hit back against
what he called "irresponsible cam-
paign tactics based on the "Big
Lie' technique.*'
Declared Gordon: "It js impor-
tant that every fabrication be called
to the attention of the public." He
added:
"My position on the proposed
oil refinery project 'is a matter
of public record. The record says
Soviets Admit
Jews Victims
Continued from Page 1-A
renewed persecutions of Soviet
Jewry.
The forum for the Soviet admiss-
ion was a Foreign Ministry report
OH disarmament and nuclear weap-
ons testing. Korneichuk, who is
not a Jew. charged that the weal
was overlooking Germany's war-
time policy of mass murders. He
said that Jews were among Nazi
Germany's principal victims and
told Parliament that "Jews, Poles
end other peoples" had been
slaughtered by the Nazis.
He mentioned not only such con-
centration camps as Auschwitz and
Buchenwald but also Babi Yar, the
Kiev gully where the Nazis mur-
dered and tossed into one huge
grave more than 40.000 Jewish men.
wemen and children.
The refernce to Babi Yar was an
Obvious reaction to a poem with
that name written by Yevgeny Yev-
tushenko, one of Russia's leading
young writers, in which latent anti-
Semitism among the Russians was
severly condemned.
Observers here indicated a be-
l.ef that the address indicated con-
tinued Soviet sensitivity to foreign
criticism against anti-Jewish pol-
I icies.
clearly that there will be no oil
refinery until and unless it can
be proved at public hearings to
be a 100 percent nuisance-free op-
eration. If it cannot be, there will
be no construction permits issued.
That is clearly stated in the rec-
ord, yet my opponent finds it po-
litically expedient to ignore the
record."
According to Gordon; "My stake
in this campaign is to complete my
program of progressive planning
for District 5, and leave some lasr
inj benefits to Ihe people of the
area. In th'' last three and a hair
years, cur district has received i"
.i $14 million in capital improve-
ments. In 40 years before that, we
paid disproportionate taxes to thi
county and never received a penny
in return.
"District "> is the first county area
io be receiving attention from our
Board of Equalization, which will
report to the public in July.
"There is no limit to the recog-
nition we can receive in the district
so long as we exert our influence
in a business-like manner and with
mil understanding of the operation
of county government."
Gordon said that "I have spoken,
io many of the people in my dis-
trict, and am confident of over-
whelming victory.
"We are calling upon the people
to make their voices heard for ef-
fective planning in government as
opposed to belligerence and hollow
promises. I have the utmost faith."
concluded Gordon, "in the ability
, of the voters to distinguish between
the two "
Form Bowling League
Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, met Tuesday eve-
ning at the Pladium Bowling Lanes.
Program included formation of a
howling league. Guest speaker way
Mary Sheffler. an expert on bowl-
ing.
|You Know Him By The Company He Keeps
MRS. M i"0N SIRKIN WITH ALEX GORDCN
AT A CAMPAIGN BREAI.rAST
Mrs. Sirkin, or. active, richly respected member of the
Comirur;', is 'r'jit President of Hadassah, Greater Miami
(wish Community Center end Conference of Jewish Wc.ncn.
She is President of the Dade County Fcd"ration of Jewish
Women's Organizations. Mrs. Sirkin and Al.'x Gordon arc
active in the aifairs of Temple Emanu-Ei.
MR. AL SlttRMAN WITH /.'.EX GO'JOON
AT A CA AfAMHI BREAKFAST
Mr. Sherman, an active, highly respected m.-mb"r of the
Cummunily is Pest President oi the Miami BcucEi Zionist Dis-
trict, Controller of the Jewish National Fund, Director of the
j cf Jewish Education, Cr..iirn.:in ol the North Shore
I cn.ib for Israel. He is o D.rcctsr 01 Ttmpll M:.-.orah.
Mr. Sherman and Alex Gordon ore active in B nai B'rith.
We, too, are proud of Alex Gordon and his service to District 5 en the County Comission:
R. W. "Bill" Apte
Joeph Goodman
Lin;C.nin Meyers
Jack Bernstein
Henry Cove
Herbert S. Shapiro
Inez Krensxy
Milton Weiss
Balk) Goldstrich
Jennie SaH 11
Rose Weiss
E. I. Binder
NafhwtM Klein
Harry Smitii
M'lten Sirkin
Dan B. Ruskin
Mm Brdermsn
George J. Talianoff
Irving Schulman
Samuel J. Naipjrin
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ALEX GORDON
Former Special
Agent FBI
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Miami Beach, Surfside, North Bay Village, Bay Harbor Islands, Bal Harbour, Sunny Isles area, Golden Beach
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Spaet Seeks Aid In Final Drive
Harold Spaet, County Commiss- Miami Beach Bar Assn.
ii or and candidate for Circuit In the field of government he
Beach, a Councilman from 1953 to
lWM, and is now serving as Co
Commissioner He is also past
president of the Florida League of
Municipalities and the Dade County
Unveiling ceremonies at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital are the
occasion for the pleased expressions shown by sculptor Mich-
ael Piugi. Vice Mayor Henry Balaban. Sheriff Tom Kelly,
Cedars administrator Sanford K. Bronstein. and E. Albert
Pallo-. vice president. The Tree of Life Memorial, enclosed in
a weatherproof plate glass case, was installed on the occasion
of the hospital's six-month anniversary. (For full report, see
stoiy jn Sec. B.)______^______
Temple Israel Annual Meet Wednesday
Will Mark Congregation's 40th Year
I(i pie Israel of Greater Mian>
will hold its 40th annual congrega-
tion;:: meeting and dinner in the
Morris D. WdHson auditorium on
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
In dditon to launching a year-
long celebration of the 40th anni-
versary, the meeting will pay trib-
ute n Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein
i i; lu- 0th anm\ersary with Tem-
ple Israel. A special program in
hi, honor under the direction ot
Morn- Klass will include talks by
Loui:- Schwartzman. director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education; Dr.
Donald Michelson. Hillel director,
?nd h iormer principal of the Tern-
Dora Stein Sets
Sunday Program
Dora Stein Sisterhood will hold its
annual "Mitzvah Luncheon" on
Sunda> noon at the Ritz Plaza ho-
tel.
Eddie Michaell. accompanied by
Hj Filed, will present a program
of M'l:-
Luni neon chairman is Mrs. Sam
Mit< I l
pie Israel religious school which
Cantor Bornstein now heads; and
music by the Temple choir.
Max Oroviti, a past president
of Temple Israel, will be toast-
master and present the original
dramatic work by Dr. Joseph R.
Narot on "Temple IsraelPast,
Present and Future."
Sam A. Goldstein, president ot
the congregation, will conduct the
business and election meeting, and
Kubbi Narot will install officers
of Sisterhood. Men's Club. Couples
Club and Youth Group.
Organized in May, 1922 as Great-
er Miami's second synagogue. Tem-
ple Israel now has a membership
of 1.400 families. Its main sanc-
tuary was built in 1927 with two
buildings, the latest last year, add-
ed to take care of the Relig>ous
school attended by more than l.OOff
children and adults.
Temple Israel, a Reform congre-
gation, today is one of the leaders
in the Union of American Hebrew-
Congregations
|i ge in Group 1, this week called has been Vice Mayor
for his friends and supporters -
hrouehout Dade county to "give
one final push'' before next Tues-
day's primary.
"We have an excellent chance to i
win," Spaet said, "if our friends1
work a little harder during the next
few days. It is particularly nee-
issary in our race since, with only
r.ne opponent, it's a sudden death
situationno run-off."
Spaet also urged Dade countians
!o remember that, in 1960, 179.000
people went to the polls and only
103.000 voted for the Circuit Judges. |
"Nearly 76,000 people fa.Ted to
vote in the Circuit Judge con-,
tests," Spaet pointed out. "This |
is extremely unfortunate in view
of the importance of the Circuit
Court and the need to select qual-
ified and experienced men to pre-
side over them."
"Be sure to weigh the background
of the candidates carefully," he
said, "and then be sure to vote."
Spaet has been active in the com-
munity for more than 28 years. He
is honorary president of the Jewish
Home for the Aged and a trustee
of Mt. Sinai Hospital. He served as
president ot Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami, the American Jewish
Committee, and the Miami Beach
Zionist District.
He has been a practicing attorn-
iv for 32 years. Judge of the Muni-
cipal Court and president of the I
Miami i League of Municipalities.
On May 8 ... Vote for
DISTINGUISHED
RECORD
Phi Beta Kappas
Hear Librarian
Florida Gamma Assn of Phi Beta
Kappa met Tuesday evening in the
auditorium of Hillel House on the
University of Miami main compus.
Speaker was John Thomas Dor-:
osh, formerly curator of the Slavic I
collection. Library of Congress, who
is consultant for Slavic materials
at the I'M library.
His topic was "Russian Collec-
tions in American Libraries."
* Honorary President
Jewish Home for the Aged
* Served as President
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
American Jewish Committee
Miami Beach Zionist District
* Trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital
* Practicing Attorney, 32 Years
* Judge of M.S. Municipal Court
* Past President, M.B. Bar Association
* County Commissioner
* Vice Mayor of Miami Beach
* Councilman, 1953-1960
* President, Dade County
League of Municipalities
* President, Florida League
of Municipalities
For JUDGE
CRIMINAL
COURT
JIM
RAINWATER
THE MAN WITH A
POSITIVE PROGRAM
Mai is Ihe 1 For us
JAMES LEVENSON
BENJAMIN J. MEYERS
JOHN B. GROSS
DR. HERMAN
MECHIOW1TZ
ADOLF BAD1AN
IRVING HOfFMAN
STANLEY S. PHILLIPS
ETHEL GORDON
You Wont A Voice
On Commission, Vote I
ENGLANDER
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Miami Studies Candidates in Tuesdays Election
Greater Miami this week prepared to go to the polls next Tuesday
to vote for a long ballot of hopefuls in a variety of races from Dade
County Board of Public Instruction on up to United States Senator
from Florida. Following here is a listing of candidates and their
thumbnail sketches. For the assistance of Jewish Floridian readers
similar roundups of other candidates and races also appear in Sec. B
and C.
Tom Sasso
lidate foe Metro* Commission* ""''i" ,:1,,l> "' Dade County.
ol District 2, Tom Sasso stated this
week that "enthusiastic response
the good citizens of North
I county luring the past lew
- given me renewed con-
e that these r< sidents want
the kind c! leadership and direct
iv| resentation I have pledged my.
sell to perform. My plan for prog-
ress of all Hade county includes:
"Just and equal representation
for District 2. based on population
and geographical location.
He
served as host chairman ol the
L963 Young Democrats nationi
volition, which featured Pin
Kennedj as principal speaker.
Weissenborn, an attorney, was
admitted to practice by the Su-
preme Court ol Florida and by
local Federal District Court in
1!<56. He is married, has two chil-
dren, and lives at 2201 SW 90:h ave.,
Miami.
"Curb runaway taxation and
stop wasteful spending by increas-
ed efficiency in Metro govern-
ment and careful planning, plus
conservative spending.
David Eldredge
Slate Rep. David Eldredge said
this week he will wage an "all-out
fight" for repeal of the 10 per cent
Federal travel tax in Congress.
Campaigning for election to the
Fourth Congressional District seat.
Economical growth and progress f"1 Dade countv bv special encour- !tVK'(1 an undue hardship on tour
ist communities like Greater
Miami. It means that millions ol
dollars every year, that should be
spent in our community, go to the
federal government instead."
He renewed his attack on "indis-
criminate sending of billions in for-
eign aid to unfriendly countries."
f.
8 ement to bring new industry and
Dii re jobs to Dade county.
"Provide the leadership to revit-
alize the Interama program.
Develop Opa locka airfield.
North Dade's greatest industrial po-
tential.
"Improve public services by pro-
viding unified water sewage, and
take immediate steps to institute a
scheduled program of twice weekly
garbage and trash collection for all
North Dade's forgotten unincor-
porated areas."
Sasso's campaign for election to
the commission moves into its final
phase with a massive pre-election
rally scheduled for Sunday, 4 p.m.,
at the North Miami Armory, 13250
NE 8th ave.
* *
Lee Weissenborn
Lee Weissenborn is a candidate
for State Representative. If elect-
ed, he promises to push for:
Early completion ot the propos-
ed East-West Expressway, early
construction of the new Flagler st.
biidge, and the realization of the
other component parts of the new
alternate expressways plan.
Turning to the issue of taxes,
the candidate declared: "Because
of the heavy burden now exist-
ing on the consumer and the
many exemptions in the tax law
favorable to certain vetted inter-
ests, a continuing fight must be
waged to convince these inter-
ests of the fairness and necessity
of their sharing the proper tax
load."
Weissenborn charged that "too
great a tax burden on the consum-
er will slow the population growth
of the State."
Weissenborn is a former presi-
dent of the Young Democratic
Clubs of Florida and was president
for two terms of the Young Demo-
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MAX KOGEN
CIRCUIT JUDGE
"Not a dollar in American tax
money should go to Communist-
dominated nations, or to so-called
neutralist nations which then turn
around and play footsie with
Russia in the United Nations,"
Eldredge said.
American foreign aid, Eldredge
continued, should go only to those
nations which stand by us on vital
issues.
"A typical example of the mis-
handling of foreign aid," Eldredge
said, "is our repeated sending of
billions to Arab nations which play
both sides of the fence. They not
only support Russia on occasion,
but they endanger the very exist-
ence of our strongest ally in the
Middle EastIsrael."
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Joseph S. Paglione
Joseph S. Paglione, who holds a
Florida State teaching certificate,
and is now in the advertising de-
partment of Gulf American Land
Corp.. is a candidate for Board of
Public Instruction, District 1.
Believing that "the school sys-
tem has not been helped by the
unqualified people who, in the past,
have made up the majority of the
board," Paglione feels "it is im-
portant that men with the necess-
ary educational qualifications run
for these posts."
A graduate of the University
of Miami, Paglione is a U.S.
Army veteran who graduated
from the U.S. Army Intelligence
Operations school and served in
Intelligence Operations.
He was ;i secondary school ,<,.-, ti-
er in Dade county for several years
and was chairman of school-com-
munity relations committee,
He i-. ;i member <>t National Edu-
cation Assn., Florida Education
Assn., Classroom Teachers Assn.,
National Council for Social Studies,;
and Parent Teachers Assn.
* *
Harry Levy
Harry Levy, candidate for State
Representative, Dade county.
Police and Fire
Group Install
Detective George J. Green was
installed as president of the Miami
Beach Police and Fireman's Benev-
olent Assn. at a dinner held at the
Carillon hotel Monday night.
Detective Green has been an ac-
tive member of the association
since it received its charter in 1943.
Me has served as president three
times and vice president four times
i lie pas'
her lied were James C.
Reilly, vice president, and Fire
Cnpt, Willi Miller, secretary
;:-urer.
Norman Imber (left), outgoing president of the Mens' Club of
Coral Way Jewish Center, turns the gavel of office over to in-
coming president, Ted Sloan, at ceremonies last Saturday
night at the Center.
Group 3. has been endorsed by the i mary for the office of Constable in
Senior Citizen's Protective League,. District 2.
Inc.
He has also been endorsed by
the Pan American Democratic Club
oi Miami.
Levy is running on a platform
that would legalize gambling, "thus
bringing added revenues to the
State and our commmunity."
Levy has meanwhile appointed
Bernard M. Joyce, realtor, as cam-
paign manager, and Dan De Haven
has been put in charge of research.
Levy's headquarters are at 1101
Lincoln rd., Miami Beach.
*
Ernie Allen
Ernest C. (Ernie) Allen, veteran
law enforcement officer, is a can-
didate in the May 8 Democratic pri-
The 41-year-old candidate and na-'
live Miamian served in World War,
II with the U.S. Coast Guard.
He was first vice commander of i
the Harvey Seeds Post of the Amer-
ican Legion.
He was a member of the Miami
Police Force for four years, a dep-
uty constable for eight years, was
associated with the State Attorney's
office as an investigator for the
past four years.
He resigned to become a candi-
date in "this much neglected and
abused post." He feels "well qual-
ified due to my 16 years of experi-
ence as a public law enforcement
servant."
The candidate lives with his wife,
Catherine, and two teen-age daugh-
ters at 1010 NW 41st ave.

Judge J. Gwynn Parker
Judge J. Gwynn Parker "receiv-
ed an overwhelming vote of confi-
dence from the Dade County Bar
Assn.." his supporters declared
this week.
"The bar poll is conducted prior
to an election to allow its members
I he opportunity of signifying their
satisfaction or dissatisfaction with
the judges on the ballot. The <
i.M the race for Civil Court of R< C-
i rd showed Judge Parker receiving
well-qualified or qualfied
votes."
Parker has also received per-
sonal endorsements from over 300
practicing attorneys in Dade
county, they revealed.
A native of Florida, Judge Park-
er has practiced law in Miami arid
Tallahassee since his graduation
from the University of Florida law
school in 1938. with a brief time-
out lor military service during
World War II. Parker was a cap-
tain in the U.S. Army mule-pack
artillery, and saw service in Guad-
alcanal and the Far East.
He lives witn nis wife and three
daughters in Coral Gables
t *
Holmes Braddock
Holmes Braddock is a candidate
ior Dade County School Board in
District 3.
The candidate holds a Master's
degree in education from the Uni-
versity of Miami. He is a general
a.,ent in Miami for the Midland
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
At the University of Miami, he
was assistant director of student
activities. From 1950 through
1951, he traveled throughout the
nation for the university to coun-
sel prospective students.
As a U of M student himself,
Braddock was a member of Iron
Arrow, highest men's honorary;
ODK, leadership honorary; student
branch of Sigma Delta Chi, journal-
ism fraternity; and Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, social fraternity.
Braddock is a member of the
Touchdown Club of Miami and the
Julian S. Eaton Foundation. Het
and his wife, Ruth, who also holds!;
a Master's degree, are the parents j
of four children.
L'CHAYIM
to the American quality of greatness!
Michael Hahn
First Jewish Governor In
the United States
Born in Bavaria, Hahn was
brought to America in
infancy by his parents. The
strife of the 1860's called
forth his quality of
greatness. Even though he
lived in Louisiana, he spoke
against secession, decried
slavery and supported the
policies of Abraham Lincoln.
He won the office of
Governor of Louisiana in
1864, to become the first
Jewish Governor in the
United States.
m>j
Whiskey...
Lpkd Calveitr
Truly the American Whiskey of Distinction-
Uncompromising people make Lord Calvert;
discerning people enjoy it.
U M00f JS% STMIGHT WHISKllS i YUJS 0* UMi. 9U> SJ. UAUl NlulMi if ll IS CMVUI DlSTIUtU COMPMY. IW lift


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Frid
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May l. i962
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
A Case Against Social Discrimination as Indefensible
"SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS ." By Benjamin R.
Epstein and Arnold Forsler. 274 pp. New York: Far-
rar, Straus and Cudahy. S4.50.
"COME OF MY best friends arc .lews.'' runs the old
elk-he. so time-worn that one can easily imagine Paul
(!ie*.j>aul ol^ Tarsus i tossijji;.it oil as an answer to Judcan
critics. Jews know it for what it is. an embarrassing
revelation of the sneaker, an indication of both his prej-
udice and his discomfort at being thought prejudiced. By
lone acquaintance. Jews have made their peace with the
phrase; it is folklore by now. it has usefulness as a langu-
age symbol, it has depth of connotation beyond ordinary
measure. "Some of the best Jews are my friends." my
father once quipped wryly, and the point he was making
would not have been so scathingly immediate put any
other way
But Jews will never make peace with the emotion
UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
lurking behind the words. It is this type of anti-Semitism
a peculiarly American phenomenon which is dissected
in this book by Benjamin Epstein, national director of the
ADL. and Arnold Forster. the League's general counsel
and director of its civil rights division. The patterns of
American discrimination against Jews are exposed in
education, employment and housing, and in the myriad
social institutions which Americans cherish.
One of the authors" points, in fact, deals with the
whole area of "social" discrimination, for it is here, in
clubs and organizations, that most people believe discrim-
ination is morally defensible and quite in consonance with
the "American Creed." which includes the right to choose
the people with whom you will associate. Here. too. is the
area in which the law can be least helpful, and in which
subterfuge is most easily and effectively practiced. And
SO what'.' say many Jews; who needs them'.'in the kind
of self-segregation which the book also deplores
UN That Admitted Israel Not the Same Today
United Nations i
THE 14rh ANNIVERSARY of the re
birth of Israel this year is close toI
th< dale when we mark here the 13th|
anniversarj of Israel's admission to the
I'nited Nations. As a member of the
UN, this year is the period of Israel's
Bar Mitzvah. What is the status ol Is
racl at the United Nations as the Jewish
Stati achieves th< status of an adult membei
Today, the UN is an organizal i n far different, in
man? respects thai th world organization which Israel
joined m 1949 Israel was (hi 59th member when it was
sworn in Now there are 104 Israel could no!
have come in il lh< Wesl and th East not joined I
er to \. r of the embei in 1849. '!'
such vetoed b> the
Soviet Unioi cl some hen i nether other
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Old Patrick Henry
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O PATRICK HENRY
Patrick H< nry i
lundi red. '< a< sar I a i his
i<. Charles I Ci unwell, let
leorge ill pn I their ex-
mple "
"Treason, Tr< shouted
: th< Vn f nia K
jre. "If that n, make
the most of it," said Henry. A shiver ran through all
Americ a
All right, so Patrick Henrj was a brave man.
bul what has that got to do with Israi I s birthdaj
Well, the other day Eliahu Elath, the new
president th< Hebrew Universitj in Jerusalem.
told how-
Mr Elath told how he had come in the first
Israeli delegation to the United Nations, just after
the independence of the State of Israel was pro-
claimed. He went to see General Marshall, who
had become Mr Truman's Secretary of State.
Mr Marshall didn't seem enthusiastic about Is-
rael lie showed Mr Elath a map ol the Near East
Look, he said, all these Arab nations. How can \ou
fight them-'
"Yes, that's so," said Mr Elath. "but once
there was I great American. Patrick Henry, and he
said Giv< me liberty or give m death' and that's
the way w ot Israel feel."
Secretary Marshall looked up H didn't -
after when :h< Israelis had won the
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members of the Security Council, including the Big Two
Westernersthe I'nited States and Britainwould vote for
Israel's admission today, in the face of Arab 0|
Certainly the recent Anglo-American resolution in the
Security Council here, censuring Israel for defend i
inst Syrian aggression, gives some validity to doubts
as to the manner in which the Uniti I States
would vote on Israeli membership today
The Western honeymoon period in regai I Isr
! past In action, now. then is only a thin line divi
the Western from the Soviet policies n ai
l nited States aid si II goes to Israelwhi i Si
aid i- given lavishly to the Aral states. Bul
u. an I East a resti ; 1
Aral : I y are in justii 1st
-sistance. anything
n ist be balanced the i
ers. by multi] to the Arabs
000- am the United /
f-1 i t exactbul
I sucl
not re; rael I troyi
it would -
help its rab stai
States does i I cot
rs such i evil met But Washing!
right hand loes not i
the curryii Vrabs is si nsidei
ran
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e bed with ai I
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si be: Not badnot I ad i all.
Actually, there is a swift e in i
ction of insistent thi I sooi er or ater thi I
Nations must make g -
.i' between Israel and the \r states
Arab am reements of 1949 i
ind the UN is pan
.. < nginei r< pacts
In one manner th< recent Securitj t inci
of Israel, unfair as it was. did somethii r Is-
rael. A number of the verj members thi Se<
Council who voted in favor of the Ai gl Vmerican
did so under severe pressure They feel, now, thej ow< a
debt to Israel They feel, therefore, that they must do
something substantial to balance the scales. And they
know that the most substantial thing hej can do is to
join those members who insist on calling for Israel Arab
peace negotiations.
Among other members of the UN. outside the nar-
row Security Council club, that .-..:.< feeling is n
I dent now than it has been for r :- Then is
a guilt feeling toward Israel, a feeling thai 1st
wronged. More and n -
ther it is not time to rais< the peace flag
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
For the authors know that it is no less discri: natory
because it is "social.'' and that to choose on the
individual merit is one thing; selection on the basis ol
prejudice against whole groups is another. "Tl
percentage of Americans who have feelings of ho
one group or another fail to make this distinction
is an almost universal blindness, and it is evider thai a
hindamcnlal impulse or a practice based on dei
attitudes is at work." And they know that social iscritn-
ination is contagious; it spreads quickly out ot 5UD.
posedly "benign" area into others which hurt not mly the
soul, but also the rice-bowl. Man does not live soul
alone.
The case histories in tnis rally documented e ., ir,.
chide the recent Scarsdale Golf Club affair, thi irosse
I'ointe rating system, a Spring Valley. Md ca and
our own Sunset Island No. 2 battle. You will learn about
the former practices at Emory University Denta School,
until that rotten tooth was pulled. Some ot thi scus-
sions put the lie to popular misconceptionstl
control heavy industry, for example; there are y t0
outstanding Jews in that field and one of them is loseph
Block of Inland Steel, the man whost maverick cision
was instrumental in melting down the recent si
hike
- mo of My Best Friends "is not a t
romantics it is a book for people who will face thi ruth
wtthoul bitti -- or rancor, without letting it beci
for the prejudices latent in all of us. but who w
to spur determination. And it is a book for chai ..-
men and women of good will who love thi<
try with extraordinarj passion, and who will I to
know w hal I how to help
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By NATHAN ZiPRIN
Aii About Boxing
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PART I IN NEW SERIES
Noted Movie Producer Schary
Examines Traditional Jewish Values
By DOi SCHARY
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GUS RAYNOR
ZELMA WYNN
HENRIETTA SCHOENFELD
SELMA RABINS
WILLIAM WALLER
DAVID BERGER
BEVERLY MILLER
LOUIS CHERNOFF
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ELECT
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8RADD0CK
SCHOOL BOARD
(District 3)
COUNTY WIDE VOTE'
PULL LEVER 36-A
HOLMES BRADDOCK!
. Schcc toard candidate MOST QUALIFIED to administer
the affairs ;- the 7th largest S( stem in the nation .
the School Board candidate with
MOST ALL-ENCOMPASSING BACKGROUND.
VOTE MAY 8th
small shtettl was all hills they walk-1
il to Minsk without ever riding the |
horse. When they arrived the Iriendl
asked the owner of the horse. '"Tell
me, Meyer, 1 know you came to
Minsk to bu> ;> tallis, and I came
\i nsk to buy an overcoat, hut
..In did the horse come to Minsk.'"
So, -.: ce v e .ill know exactly
d JDA wants, needs and does,
I sit ce we all i ive and ai I, w hy,
he h i -i'. did we come here?
A'hal .in' you ,'ouiy in Miami and
why did I c ime?
Ii I me guess Perhaps what
.I are doing is making an affirma-
tion.
In this angry, tense, difficult and
dangerous time when Intransigent
men play a reckless game with
i i world, we need affirmation.
At a time when morbid statisti-
cians compile probable mortality
rates for a possible nuclear war.
you seek each other out to say we
have a better future than that.
As you ply your way in a society
riddled with corruptive forces that
weaken our moral structure, you
seek each other out to say ue are
belter than that.
While our screens and our book?
.mil our television sets and some
it our plays hurl serf and sadism
and sensationalism and shock all of
us with their ugly profusion, you
-c ek each other out to say that our
hearts want something better than
that
That's why you are here to
affirm, to stand for something, to.
jive to something that proves that
the cyme is wrong. He is wrong
when he says we are doomed to
root in the mire. You want to say
no we wish to walk straight with
the realization that we mean some-
thing to each other
In a world rapidly developing
: periods of leisure for all ot
ii-. il is good to know lhat some ol
that time is spent doing something
worthwhile for our fellow man.
I believe that this boon of leisure
can be a great blessing if it does
not become a burden I personally
would like more leisure it would
give me time to study truly a new
language and 1 wouldn't have to
|ly anywhere 1 could enjoy the
bl at trip, sec all that water, and
H ad a good bonk.
To me, leisure is much like faith
which involves taking a burden
liong with a blessing. We arc at
a point of our development where
tin forty-hour week is not only a
Brotherhood Election Set
llyland I). Kout, president ol the
Temple KnianuKI Brotherhood.
this week announced the annual
election meeting to be held Mon-
day evening in Sirkin Hall.
reality it appears to be archaic;
in some areas we are not only talk-
ing about a thirty-hour week, but
of a twenty-four hour week. What,
then, does man do with all those
other hours that are left to him?
It appears, if the present trend
is significant, that he sits in front
of his television set bemoaning the
quality of the programs he persists
in viewing; he takes up bowling,
boating, hunting, tennis, golf and
baseball. He drinks more; he
smokes more; he travels more
and energetically and rather Iran
tically, he pursues what is called
"the good life" With help from
medical science, this "good life"
is also a much longer life.
L'p to now in the Twentieth Cen-
tury, we have all been given a gift
of an additional twenty-five years
Assuming there are a thousand
people in this room, that mean.- an
additional twenty-five thousand
years of human activity twenty-
five thousand years of additional
thought and effort in this room
alone Roughly two hundred extra
million man hours of energy in
Ihis room alone Perhaps by thi
end of the Twentieth Century IhCTc
will be another twenty-five years
added to our life span, and as our
lives grow longer, science also
'_ ,\ es US mure free time.
Now what will tin- tree tune nil
pel u- in do? Will there be an ex-
travagance ol indulgence; will our
(ided hours result in a prolifera-
tion of more cynicism, vulgarity.
hi don ism and selfishness or will
v e use that time more fruitfully?
NEXT WEEK:
Man's Capacity for Self-Destruction
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PULL LEVER 8-D MAY 8
"Vote for the Man Who Lives and Votes
in Your District."
Mr. Paul J. O'Neill is a Republican Candidate
for Congress in the Third Congressional District
(The north half of Dade County)

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
We are certain that Robert M. Brake is the best possible
choice for election to the County Commission in the District
1 race. He is qualified, capable and sincere. It is too rare
that public spirited citizens of his high caliber offer them-
selves for public office.
Mr. Brake is a fine, civic minded, well qualified young
man and we believe his qualifcations, his integrity and his
high sense of morality justifies an opportunity for him to
serve. We sincerely endorse Robert M. Brake in this, his
first bid for public office.
Your very truly,
ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD and
ALFRED ARONOVITZ
Pull LEVER l-fl on May 8 to Elect
ROBERT M. BRAKE


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by ISABEL GROVE
Happy occasion for Mrs. Ida Levey was the dinner party given
, u, ^iurooke Countrv Citib a few Sundays ago in honor of her b.rth-
I ij Sharing the festivities with her were the Morton Kawalers.
daughter and son-in-law, with daughters Diane and Karen And
rton K Levev with his wife and daughter Beth Their
lyoungi -:. year-old Jeffrey, missed the get-together, but was satis-
. ,:n th< ,>.oce of birthday cake brought to him by his grand-
Iher .
Topping off their tour of the West with several weeks at the
i len 'C, Abraham and Ida Goldman, of Forest Hills, were enter-
tained :.: a family dinner i-? the Coral Gables home of brother Harry
Goldman, wife Julia, and son Jerome, Miami attorney Other
quests include! Mrs. Esther Levy, who is Julia's mother, her brother
I and MMer-inlaw, Edward ant! Sadie Horowitz, of Miami Beach .
All the Goldmans spend a weekend in Palm Beach, and now the visi-
tors are trying to coax the family into joining them on a cruise
through the St. Lawrence Waterways this summer .
Mr.'. Nettie Melker and her mother. Mrs. R. Halperin. returning
to their home in Schenectady after spending the Passover holidays
1* th Sterl.ng hotel While here, they were entertained by
Leona ; nd Sam Halperinhe's a former Miami Beach City Council-
man and owner of the Imperial House.
Yelta and Samuel Solomon, 9300 E. Bay Harbor dr., who are
leaving to spend several weeks in New York, will be guests of honor
there OD June 7 for their 40th wedding anniversary Host-
mi' tht celebration will be daughters Gloria, her husband Seymour
Weinstein, and Lorraine and her husband, Aaron Garten, all of Lon^
Island, and son Irwir Solomon and his Valeria, Miami residents.
have already traveled north to participate in the plans The
day after the festivities, the senior Solomons leave on the SS France
tor a tour which will cover England, France, Belgium, Switzerland,
Holland Italy, Denmark, Spain and Israel ... In many of those
countries, they will be meeting nieces and nephews and other rela-
tivec for the first time Mr. S.. who has retired from the restau-
rant Mipply busiress for over 20 years, is a member of the Masons
and Knights of Pythias in New York and the American Legion and
Empire State Club in Miami Beach Members of Temple Israel,
the Solomon* have five grandchildren.
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A trip to Scottsdale, Ariz., for Mrs. Anna L Fuchs. of the Black-
stone hotel Attraction is the Bar Mitzvah of grandnephew
Stuart B.. son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Hazelkorn. and grandson ot
the Jack Hazclkorns. of Miami Beach .
A future premiere ballerina, Patty Lewy. 10. made her dancing
: nd WU the youngest member of the junior company ol the
mi Ballet las' Saturday night ... In the audience and mighty
pioud were Patty's parents, the Jim Lewys, and her three sisters,
Suzic 12. Wendy S. and Dbbie 6 And all the way from Chicago
th< special event, her paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Lewy Tatty won the honor of dancing with the group
in a citywide ludition .
Lovely, long-legged Penny, Art Burns- daughter, will be cele-
brating her 16th birthday on Tuesday, and it is difficult to believe
thai it took doctors many years of corrective therapy to overcome
leg deformitories with which she was born ... But those years
inspired Art to vow eternal aid to Variety Children's Hospital, and
in addition to his services he has collected over $50,000 for the hos-
pital Only disappointment for Penny is that although some 800
doctors will be at her dad's Miami Springs Villas Saturday night
when the Dadc County Medical Assn. holds a Polynesian party and
luau. TV's Ben Casey won\ be there.

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Magnificent dinner party at the Eden Roc given by Marcie and
Max Bogen for 'he 3">th anniversary of long-time tnends, Fan and
Harold Lewen Fan. lovely in a white satin cocktail sheath with
contrasting cerise great coal Bright floral print topped with
tangerine coat lined in the same print for the hostess .
lima Frank celebrated her birthday on Sunday, with a dinner
part> at Westbrooke Wishing her "many happy returns'' were
husband Arthur, Flora and Al Rosen. Dr. and Mrs, Sol Lanster. the
Jnck Barnes and the Ron Levitts .
In addition to the elaborate plans being made by Lynne Levin,
soc.al director at Westbrooke. for the gala springtime dance and
show there Saturday nighl the Harvey Trupkins will celebrate the
Bar Mitzvah I son Alan with a party, and In the afternoon Jean.
son : Ihe Jerome Adelmans, will be the center of attraction in the
Can usel room at a luncheon party for her sweet 16 birthday .
1 al plans for tin dinner dance to be held 12 miles out on the
MS Ci 'vpso Lint on Saturdaj night "ere made al the home ot Viola
and Charles Charcowsky last Sunday, wlu-n they entertained leaders
it tht American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The t harcowskys, who have donated more than $300,000 to Hebrew
University, are honorary chairmen of the black tie affair winch will
hono Israel's 14th anniversary ol Independence.


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gerie shower tor bride-elect Barbara Laskin al the Roney
,.,!,, .,;..., Stlisse on Saturday Hostess to the future
Mr- Lewis Cohen will be Mrs Louise Bauer .
Goes! Ol honor las: Saturday al a luncheon in the Walnut room
1 tin Westbrooke Country Club was Miss Ellen Goldberg, who will
be married In William Shaw, of Miami Beach, on June 10
i>... hter of the Sidnej Goldbergs, Ellen was feted by her aunt.
Mi David (Sylvia 1 Braun ...
Same day, same place different room, another future bride.
Miss Carol Dsrrocs who* marriage to Richard C. Scbulman will
Miss Carol Barrocas, whose marriage to Richard C. Scbulman will
Mrs Mollle Harrison 9Ut of the hospital just in time to be hon-
ored as the oldest member, oldest mother and oldest great-grand,
mother al the Mother- Df.J celebration of the Roosevelt Temple
Pythian Sisters, on Wednesday evening ... She s the mother ol
member Mrs. George Goldberg and has a son. four grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren Every mother in the group was
presented with ; corsage by Mrs. Nathan Miller, most excellent
chief, and the Marion Lorraine dance studio entertained.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, May 4, 1962
Section B
Coral chapter of the American Medical Cen- (left to right) are Mesdames P. Plaks, J. Wes-
ter at Denver holds its annual donor luncheon ton, J. Gordon, and M. Goldstein. Juniors were
in the Algiers hotel. Left to right (standing) are honored at the luncheon, who received AMC
Mesdames J. Baker, I. Wallick, D. Bendell. pins in recognition of their endeavor in behalf
president, M. Bogner, I. Rubenstein. Seated of the Center campaign against cancer.
Sinai Auxiliary
Slates Elaborate
Installation Here
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital will hold its annual in-
stallation luncheon on Friday. May
II,at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Nominated for her third term as
president is Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes. and Mrs. Philip Letkowitz
l* honorary president.
Vice presidents are: Mrs. John
Owen, administration; Mrs. Arthur
Burrell, membership; Mrs. Yale
Lcvinson, services, and Mrs. Carl
Susskind. ways and means.
Mrs. Mickey Michaels, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Lawr-
ence E. Singer, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Raymond E. Feiner, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs Murray-
Kern, assistant financial secretary':
Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, treasurer:
Mrs. Aaron Farr. parliamentarian,
and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, chair-
man of the nominating committee.
Sixty-one members will serve on
the board for a two-year term, with
40 members serving one more
year.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Ar-
thur Burrell. Mrs. Alexander Li-
bow and Mrs. Meyer Don are in
charge of arrangements; Mrs. Ir-
win Weingrotf and Mrs. Morns
Weinberger, tickets; Mrs. E. E.
Bloom and Mrs. Leo Kupper. pro-
gram; Mrs Harry Smith, hospital-
ity ; and Mr- .lay Siegel. hostesses.
Floral decorations will be by the
Garden Club ol Mt. Sinai Hospital
under supervision of Mrs. Lester
Slepner, president.
The program wll include a fash-
ion show .
Mrs. Murray (Mollie) Kay (lett) is the new president of the Sis-
terhood of Coral Way Jewish Center. She is shown receivinq
her gavel of office from outgoing president, Mrs. Marvin (Lee)
Wilner, at installation ceremonies Saturday night at the Cen-
ter.
Looking over attractive invitation to Saturday night's foui-
hour cruise aboard the M. S. Calypso Liner which will launch
South Florida's celebration of Israel's 14th anniversary are
these leaders of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Left to right are Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Mrs. Harry Rosenberg
and Mrs. Murray Maisel.
Emanu-EI PTA
Slates Carnival
v rlh branch building of Temple
Fmanu-El, 77th st. and Dickens
Hve will be the site of the annual
carnival sponsored by the congre-
.. t.on's PTA on May 17.
There will be events for children
1.1 all ag -s Rides, games, refresh-
ments, and the annual White Ele-
phant sale are scheduled.
Featured will be a Pizza Booth
manned by members of PTA. who
are scheduled to handles sales and
be responsible tor making the Pit-
Prior to the carnival, the PTA
sponsored a poster contest In which
Students of the religious school
w ere to submit original layouts an-
nouncing the festivities.
Chairman is Mrs, Ben. Green
Mrs. Elliot Harris is president of
the Temple Emanu-EI PTA.


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STARRING
- E v.-.e chapter held ."tseph Gould, Earl Gold, sponsor, Jack Kra-
je Ja- mer pr?s.der.:. Judge Berrim-:., Joseph J.
A. Charles Rueger, Ruth
rig] rtha 1
Beth Shoiom Sisterhood tc Host Leader
Inst::Lie of Southeast Federation Here
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tsl Fed-
The n of Tem-
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.i humanitarian causes It
membership ol more than
I Sisterhoods in
the United States. Canada. Cuba.
: lands, Weal Indies,
the United Kir.: Jon-.. Union o"
member of the board S New Zea-
. tl i tmnuttee oi thi
phony and the Worn- ____,______
en's Orchestra of Cleveland. She
has served on the boai i of
Cleveland College Auxiliary, and is
an honorary trustee of the Fair
mount Temple of Cleveland, which
her late husband. Rabbi Barneit
Brickner, served with distinction
for many \ear-.
Subjects at the institute will in-
clude; "Local Projects." uith Mrs.
Harvey E. Kramer, president il
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood,
serving a< discussion leader; "Na-
Hall Supporters
Cite Advances
Commissioner Chuck Hall, run-
ning for Congress in the new Thud
District "has shown the grea
increase in strength
week." accor ling to his supportei -
"The Florida 'PoUl
and Poll." issued this week lrom
Tallaha..... thai Hall gained
the most, or 12 per cent II
continue, Hall run-
"The Florida
which ha- long bet n a
tter of chai n candi I il
chances, lays il the Third Di-"
Congressional race thai the
eight i.; i| this campa
change the whole picture A
change of 6 per cent in the voting
or 5.400 votes could -hilt this i
with horses -.'.itched around."
"Mall has made many ;aiks here
on his 12-point platform, his ex-
planation | irtconungs oi
medicare, ami on i-^ues directly at-
fectieg Dade county and its
ployment and economic condi-
tions. ;. .oncluded
PICTURE CREDIT
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Floridian were
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Judge Fa.k Seeks To Succeed Self
nminal Court Judge Jack A Bar Assn. and i; i membi
running to succeed him-ell American Bar Assn.
B in Group 2. is daily receiv- _____ __
: litional ei an(1
lection da) i ears, ac-
( rd:na to hi- corps of volunteer
rkers
Ffk. whose record nn the
vm overwhelming!) corn-
led by the member- of the
County Bar Assn., which
him 799 vot( .11 quail-
..,: itude for the
rts ol in- cam-
"Since being appointed to the
bench two years ago by former
Gov. LeRoy Collins, I have
handled 3,500 cases, and have
cone my best to be a fair and
impartal judge. I believe that
I have succeeded, because no man
can receive the support I am get-
ting, and attract the workers who
,-re flocking to me without hav-
ing done well in his |ob. I am
extremely grateful for this help,
and thank all those who will work
fiom now through election day to
keep me in my post," Judge Falk
said,
I the en-
zed labor in
igh COPE poll-!
k-isioi
rters
Falk has also received
. mimous lorsemenl and
of the members of the
Arm rican Political Club
ti : Pali sh \'i> ri<.. iza-
and the Hungarian leaders oi
tin community."
Id- supporters indicate that
'Judge Falk ha- taken an outstand-
ing part in civic affairs in the com-
munity a- president of the Down-
town Optimists Club and a mem-
I ei of the Dade County ISO Ad-
visor) Board. He is a Shrmer. an
Elk and a Moose.*'
He has served as a member of
the board of directors of the Dade
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A Round of golf at Caesarea
One of the world's great attractions in golfdom is the course at
Caesarea, the Roman capital of Palestine, 2,000 years ago.
Every inch of the ground is historical. Perhaps, a Roman coin
lies under the divot of turf you may take, on your next iron shot
to the green! Or you may day dream and see a column of Legion-
naires, marching to the nearby Hippodrome where gladiators
are fighting for Herod's amusement. Golf? Wake up! It's a
Simcha at Caesarea.
The Taste of Yuban Coffee
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Friday. May 4. 1962
9>Jcwts$ Meridian
Page 3-B
Revised Program Told
A revised program with new
I (rsonnel has been instituted at
tlu Miami Hebrew religious school
Pre-registration and proper classi-
fication of students will be open
luring May for the faK semester.
Beth David Sisterhood donor committee members are pleased
with plans for their May 10 donor luncheon at the Fontaine-
oleau hotel. From left are Mrs. Bernard Leffler. Mrs. Louis
Seitlin, Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, and Mrs. Louis Spector.
Beth David Ladies
Planning Donor
David Sisterhood will hold
annual donor luncheon in the
:.i' room of the Fontaine-
U hotel on Thursday. May 10.
i :!o a.m.
trman of the luncheon i- Mrs.
- Seitlin, newly elected Sister-
I president.
Entertainment will be by Napol-
Reed.
Mrs Murray Hacks i- donor sec-
iry, and Mrs. LOUIS Spector is
. charge of arrangements, other
mbers of the committee are Mrs.
i ris Rabinowitz and Mrs. Bern-
; Let tier.
I nous w.ll be extended by
William Dickson, president of
i Branch of the National
m< n's League of the United syn-
gu< of America; Mrs Max Jac-
n. Sisterhood president: and
lip Schiff, Beth David Congre-
in president.
R ibbi Norman N. Shapiro, spin-
leader of Beth David Congre-
lion, will welcome the guests.
Rabbi Shapiro on Television
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spin-
eader of Beth David (i
. will appear on "Tin
Worship Hour" this Sunday.
m over WLBW, eh. 10 His
i l will be "KwlBe Thou My

Beach High PTA
Installs Officers
PTA of Miami Beach Senior High
installed new officers Wednesday
evening with Mrs. John Owen con-
ducting the ceremony.
A pa-t president of the PTA at
North Beach Elementary and the
lli.Lh school. Mrs. Owen has also
-lived as area coordinator in the
district.
New officers are Mesdames Her-
bert Young, president: Harry M
Kaplan, president-elect; Irving Cy-
pen. Lillian Eisenberg, Manny
Mehlman, vice presidents: Hairy
Sley, corresponding secretary; Miss
Margaret Tarrer recording secre-
tary; and Mrs Gilbert Frank, sup-
n treasurer
The program for the evening in-
| eluded an evaluation report by Dr.
Herbert Wey, associati Dean.
Ec-hool of education, University oi
Miami.
Irving W. Katz. principal, pn
sented background information and
on the school's philosophy,
make-up of the student body and
the community.
Pioneer Women
Slate Events
Pioneer Women Club 2 Will have
a Mother's Day luncheon Sunday
at Harlem-: n -taurant.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Abra-
ham So'tzer and Mrs. Aaron Lieb-
man will deliver the invocation. A
program oi Jewish folk songs will
be presented by Mr. and Mrs Jos-
eph Horwitz.
Mrs. Nathan Bookspan is chair
man of the day
Beba Malaon Chapter is planning
a Mother's Day luncheon for Wed-
nesday at Temple Ner Tamid.
Chairman and sponsor of the day
i>. Mrs Rae Weinstein.
Mrs. Isaac Ollenhenden, presi-
dent, was to conduct a regular
meeting of the chapter on Thurs-
day at the Wa-hmgton Federal
Savings and Loan Assn. bldg., Nor-
mandy Isle
Guest speaker was tb be Mr<.
Milton Green, president of the
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women. A musical program was
to be presented by Mr.-. K-ther
Weinstein, chairman.
Golda Meir chapter "ill cele-
brate Mother- Day with a picnic
Sunday at Crancion Park, lot 2. pit
4 Mr- Oscar Zeltzer is chairman
of the arrangements committee.
On Tuesday evening, the chapter
will have us regular meeting at
Beth F.l Congregation. Marion
Meyer, program chairman, will be
Featured in ;.:; Israel independence
celebration. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin is
president.
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Mrs. Alexander
Mrs. Louis Alexander will be in-
stalled as ; r< sidenl of Mt Scopus
Hadassah at the Biscaync Terrace
hotel at a noon luncheon on Tiies-
<;..>. May 15.
Formerly of Orance. N. J.. Mrs.
Alexander has lived in Miami for
the past -ix years She ha- serve,I
as president of B'nai B'rith Women
vic< nl of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's Concil, president of Montefiore
Aid Society, and president of the
Kni'jhts of Pythias.
v state representative of
th Nomads oi Avrudaka, and
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal of the Oranges.
At present, she i- trustee ot
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami. V1C<
president ol the Jewish Home of
the Aged, secretary of Laurel Ct.
11 Amaranth, and is a charter
member of the United Order of
True Si.-ters. Fidelity Hulda 26.
Newark. N .'.
Mrs. Sol Silverman w.ll be the
installing officer. Mrs. Abraham
Levitan i- chairman of the day.
and program chairman. Mrs. Gla-
dys Dinitz Morgenstern.
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te practice of law. He it a
metwber of the Nu B** Esnilon
national honorary fraternity,
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fore all Fior.de courts. Ho it a
member o* the Miami Beecr- and
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vJewist noridUan
Page 5-B
Pepper Cites His Long Experience In Washington

Lee i) J. E'.'- president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater
Dr. Zev Kogan (right), counsel for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, bid bon voyaqe to Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht
i to their departure for Israel.
JNF Leaders Le-ave for Israel
..: ;:nd Mrs. -Max Hecht, local
nthropists jud Jewish Nation-
i. Fin leaders, Lett recently lor
Israel. Wlnie there, they will visit
the Nachlat ot Bet Gamliel, which
Ihej established two years ago
Corciiac Hospital
Names Apte
Committee Chief
R. Williams Apte has been named
chairman of the executive steerms
committee ot National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, free institution
vl to the diagnosis and treat-
roenl of rheumatic and congenital
hear: disease in children.
Vice president of the hospitals
board! of governors and chairman
.f the finance committee, Apte .s
m mi-retired and devotes much of
his time to the hospital. A resident
I tie Miami area for 41 years,
he was formerly a partner in D J.
wid K.W. Apte Bros.
In announcing the appointment.
Leo Kobinson. president of the chil-
dren's heart hospital, said: "There
i- no better qualified successor to
ihe late Milton D. Dreyfus tor tin.-,
!. j role in guiding the future of
National Children's Cardiac Hospi-'
tal. Apte and Dreyfus were friends
sinc school days, and worked to-
gether in the tight against rheu-
matic and congenital heart disease
in children for 15 years."
Apte also serves as chairman of
the campaign cabinet in the fund-
raising program for the Hospital.
now building new facilities in the
-Metropolitan Medical Center.
through the JNF Foundation.
The primary purpose of the visit
is to dedicate their new project,
the Kate and Max Hecht Syna-
gogue. The leadership of JNF will
participate in the dedication cere-
mony.
The Hechts also lead the list of I
founders and builders of "Keren
Me Ami," the twin city of Greater j
Miami, which was inaugurated re-
cently at a Mendel Fisher testl-
tnonial here. Eventually, they plan
to establish the Kate and Max,
Hecht School of Torah and Avo-
dah, also through the JNF Foun-
dation.
As a candidate for Congress in
the new Third District. Claude Pep-
per on Wednesday declared:
"I offer 14 years of experience in
Congress. 1 offer a knowledge ot
the way things work in Washington.
I know the men there from Presi-
(!::.! Kennedy on down, and I can
g,i to work for you immediately,
: you choose me as your i
man.
"If elected, my first action will
be to open a congressional office
richt in the heart of North Dais
county, because I believe that a
representative must be close to
tie peop!e, and they myst b?
close to him.
s condly, I pledge to work
various ,:i ernmeni a
r,. spaci e contrai
Uting business and industryand
lo lay the foundation lor increasin <
our community of clean' in: ustrj
in /..pport of these space age pro-
jects at Cape Canaveral.
Third. I will give all the people
in North Dade an opportunity to
work directly with their own Con-
gressman, a man who knows their
problems and will work hard to
help solve them.
ocratic Party. Claude Pepper sup-
ports Medicare to take the crip-
pling medical bur.'en otf our old
people and their families.
"I believe in President Kennedy.
I believe in his policy lo contain
and destroy godless Communism.
I believe in federal aid to our
sihool>. I support the creation ot
a Department of Urban Affairs for
the 70 per cent of our people who
live in citiesand Miami is one ot
them.
"I'm for the people. I'll stick with
the people, the thousands of friends
I've made over the yearsand I
am going to work for them the i
oi my lift"
Flamingo Chapter Kas SsistaSSation
"I believe I can get things done,
and it takes more than the radical,
right-wing Birchites and a few po-
litical hatchetmen among the doc-
tors to scare me off.
"It's this simple: Will the Dem-
ocrat elected in the new Th'rd
Congressional District be a real
Democrat?. Will he serve the
people? Will he support the great
programs of President Kennedy?
"Claude Pepper backs the Demo-
cratic administration and the Dem-
M .: ir >ld E. I el Iman rei
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Miami Sin JlgS area
Invocation was given by Mrs. Ted
Kobinson, founder president ot the
chapter. Outgoing otficers were
discharged by Mrs. Stephanie Klein.
Members presented original en-
tertainment written by Mrs. Mil-
ton Brown and Mrs. Jay Hirsh. ac-
companied by organist-director.
Mrs. Ruth Hurlbut.
Other officers installed are Mes-
dames Louis Cohen. Irwin Anhalt.
vice presidents; treasurer Hyman
Klein; recording secretary, Irving
Kraut; financial secretary. Alton
Block; corresponding secretary.
David Hirsch; sentinel, Herbert
Friedlander; historian, Mitchell
Cohen; guardian. Harry Epstein;
parliamentarian. David Sherper;
counselor. Alfred Sher.
Chairman of H.
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vJewist ricridtian
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Beach Hadassah
Donor Luncheon
A donor committee has been mak-
ing last-minute calls and table dec-
( rations for the Golden Jubilee don-
ir reward luncheon of the Miami
; t ach chapter of Hadassah.
Mrs. Nat Barth and Mrs Sam
Kuban have created more than a
l.undred of these unique decora-
lions.
The luncheon will attract some
] 200 members, from all 14 groups
c,i ihe Beach, who reached and ov-
i rsubscribed their fund-raising quo-
- The luncheon will take place
tin Monday. 11:30 a.m.. at the Fon-
t,.ir.fb!eau hotel.
In honor of the 50th anniversary
(i Hadassah, guest speaker will be
Howard M. Sachar, American
historian and expert on Israel's
blems. Gilmarr, the Latin-Amer-
;;in baritone, will emcee the show.
ighting Carol Donn, soprano;
ance Icam. the Simpsons; and
i ..rust. Pausto Curbelo.
Kneeling (left to right) at a display table of decorations for the
Golden Jubilee donor reward luncheon of Miami Beach chap-
ter of Hadassah are Mrs. Nat Barth and Mrs. Sam Ruban.
Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Ann Melnick. Mrs. Joseph Sha-
piro, chairman. Miss Lillian Goodman, president of chapter.
Mrs. Etta Weston, Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, proaram chairman.
Standing are Mrs. PhiHp Thau, publicity chairman. Mrs. Harry
Platofi and Mrs. Maurice Cahn.
Term End Nears
At Corel Way
Preschool students at Coral Was
Jewish Center will participate in
"Visits to Storyland" program- at
the end of the school term later
this month.
On Tuesday. May 29. 10 a.m pre-
kindergarten classes and nursery
children will present 'Babes in
Toyland "
For their graduation program,
the kindergarten classes will per
form in "Alice in Wonderland and
Mm Land ot oz." Exercises ti <
place Thursday. May 31. 7 p.m.. and
diplomas will be distributed.
Women's Branch Sabbath Set
- rday, May 12. has been desig-
- ited as National Women's Branch
ith by the Union of Orthodox
..v...'i Congregation of America.
men's Branch i L'OJCA repre-
sents over 200.000 Orthodox women
' in the United States and Canada.
Sisterhoods will commemorate
tl.< occasion at Sabbath services.
Oneg Shabbats and special pro-
grams provided by the Women's
Branch headquarters. Many rab-
bis plan m dedicate their sermons
lu the theme ot the Women's
Branch.
Mrs Marry Personik i> president
el the Florida chapter of the or-
Temple Israel
To End Series
Temple Israel Sisterhood will pre
sent the final book review oi the
1961-62 series on Tuesday. Dr. Jo-
seph R. Narot will review "The
Rothschilds," by Frederick Mor-
ten
Coffee will be served a;
a.m and the review will start at
j 11 a m.
Series tickets will be honored.
' and additional tickets will be sold
at the deer of the Wolfson audi-
rium 1 1 the Temple
Educators Scheduled
Kabbi Harold Richter. spiritual
ieader of Dacle Heights Jewish
Congregation, will appear on "Still
Small Voice." television program
sponsored bj the Rabbinical Assn.
rt Greater Miami, on Sunday at
10 a m over WCKT, ch. 7. Abra-
n-ni lilltleson, education director
i Beth Torah, and the Young Jud-
eans, will appear with him in a
program of music and dance com-
Mrs.ToKner Will
Take Office Here
Mrs. Lee Poliner will succeed
Mrs Irving Miller as president
,f the Presidents Council of the
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute Hospital.
Mr Sam Kratish and Mrs. Mil-
ton Koch will serve as vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Bernard Grecnstein
and Mrs Alan Jay. secretaries; and
Mrs. Julian Cole, treasurer.
Installation will be held on Thurs-
day May 10. 10:30 a.m.. at the
home of Mrs Miller.
Funds raised by the organization
are used for the care and treatment
oi the nation's seriously ill asth-
matic children, and for research
the cause and poss.ble cure
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CEDARS oi Lebanon Hospital
presented its President's Din-
ier on Saturday evening at the
...;. ilk- hotel in honor of Sam-
T Sapiro. Guest speaker
was Abraham A. Ribicoi'f. U.S.
Secretary of Health. Education
and Welfare. For this occasion.
Mrs. Sapiro wore a silk taffeta
floral print theatre ensemble.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers chose a
black chantilly lace. Her fitted
bodice was sleeveless and featur-
ed a slash bateau neckline, and
her skirt was tiers of full ruffles.
A royal blue silk procade with
an intriguing drape on both sides
which concealed deep pockets was
worn by Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz.
Mrs. Ben G.ller chose a blue and
green warped silk print jacket
dress. Silver blue chiffon with a
plunging V decolletage was the
choice of Mrs. Daniel Hammond.
A cummerbund of heliotrope and
searlet peaa de soie added a touch
ol color.
A flamingo-colored chiffon with
a high neck and full skirt was
worn by Mrs. David Sernecker.
Mrs. Sol Cohn selected a Striking
white straw ribbon lace on net.
Her bodice was fitted with a lull
circular skirt. Her matching cape
was banded in white fox. Mrs.
Sam Luby set off her dark hair
with an exciting Carmen red
chantilly lace ensemble. Her
sheath skirt was topped w.th an
overblouse of classic simplicity.
A peacock blue silk chiffon sheath
was the choice of Mrs. Sidney
Aronovitz. Her gown featured an
asymmetrical drape across the
bodice which was caught at the
side and flowed to the hemline
in a pannier.

MRS. David Stuzin wore a white
silk alpaca. Her tunic
sheath featured a figure-molding
overskirt, and her bodice was
completely beaded with silver lin-
ed bugle beads and drop crystals.
Iced blue silk brocade was the
ch( ic< <.f Mrs. Max Weitz. The
bodice and skirt featured an
asymmetrical drape radiating
from the side of her waist. A
striking combination of hibiscus
pink was worn by Mrs. Horn Zu-
man. Her ensemble was of slip
per satin and featured the hibis-
cus pink in her modified bell-
shaped skirt. The fitted bodice
was embroidered in silver-lined
bugle beads and her full length
shocking pink theatre coat had a
wide portrait neckline. Mrs
Stephanie Klein chose a charcoal
;,n;l black ribbon lace on black
net. Her full-skirted gown was
tied at the waist with a black
peau de soie sash.
Wife of former Sen. Claude Pep
per selected an emerald green
chiffon sheath with a scoop neck-
line in the front and a low V in
back. She wore a matching stole.
Mrs. Pereival Elbaum. ol Ft.
Lauderdale, selected a beige alen-
con lace sheath. Her matching
waist-length jacket featured ranch
mink cuffs on her short sleeves.
Black and white silk was worn
by Mrs. Arthur Gilbert. Her
bodice was black with an over-
sized black and white floral print
in her full skirt. Mrs. Nathaniel
Levin. Auxiliary president, chose
the classic black crepe with a
scooped neckline.

GOLD lame was worn by Mrs.
Melvin Greenberg. Her or-
nate fabric was tailored into a
classic two-piece ensemble featur-
ing an overblouse with bracelet-
length sleeves and sheath skirt.
Mrs. Peter Wolf's ensemble was
a stunning two-piece warped silk
taffeta print. The hemline of her
sheath and the cuffs of her long
sleeved coat were encrusted with
rhinestones, bugle beads and
pearls. A black silk crepe with a
blouson bodice was the choice of
Mrs. Morton Halpern. Mrs. Nath-
an Rubin chose a silk chiffon of
:. stained glass print.
Members of the Zionist Organization of America committee for the celebration oi the 14th
anniversary of Israel make final plans for the function on Tuesday evening at Miami Beach
Senior Hiqh School Auditorium. Left to right (seated) are Al Oss.p, toastmaster of the event.
Harold Shapiro, former president of the Miami Beach Zionist District; Joseph Mechlow. chair-
man of the celebration. Standing (left to right) are Bernard Katz. Herman Wemtraub, Gil Rap-
papo't. Sidney Raymond, and Julius Rosenslein.___________ _____________________,
JERRY SUSSMAN ELECTED PRESIDENT
Religion Must Meet Needs Today,
Rabbi Friedman Tells Conference
Religion must address itself to
the fundamental problem now fac-
ing most people, delegates to the
eighth annual spring conference Of
United Synagogue of America
were told here Tuesday.
In a keynote address at the Car-
illon hotel, Rabbi Theodore Fried-
CPA's Form Firm
Murray J. Gottlieb and Michael
E. Pascal, certified public ac-
countants, announce the formation
of a partnership for the practice
. of accountancy under the firm
name of Gottlieb and Pascal at
205 Chanin bldg., 16499 NE 19th
St.. No. Miami Beach, and Court-
house Square bldg., 200 SE 6th
! st.. Ft. Lauderdale.
man described this problem as "a
1 sense of meaninglessness of life,
worthlessness of the individual, and
loss of sense of fellowship with fel-
low man."
By no means restricted to Jews,
this is a human problem. Rabbi
Friedman feels. The spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El, Sooth
Orange, N. J stated that religion
must take the following action
"jnd fast": teach people to have a
sense of the sacred; treat each
person as what he isa unique
being in the world; and regener-
ate a lost sense of community re-
sponsibility.
The two-day conference, attended (
by 100 lay leaders and clergymen,,
concluded with a plenary session j
chaired by Judge Irving Cypen.
outgoing Southeast regional presi-
dent.
Incoming president is Jerry Suss-
man. executive director of the Car-
illon hotel and former vice presi-
dent of Temple Menorah.
The United Synagogue of Ameri-
ca represents the Conservative
branch of Judaism.
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Friday, M0Y [ ^
The Courier
bu (^jerala **5enwartz
New Assistant Attorney General of the State of Florida is Arthur
M. Nemser, University of Miami law graduate and active Democratic
Jtader Dr. Morris Socksteln, '.f the university) s school of medicine,
r.amed principal investigator in two grants totalling S202.870 given
V by M by National Institutes of Health for research in aging .
f-;ill time to catch 'The Fourth Monkey." one-act play by Hurricane
writer Bernie Weiner, former president of the South Florida B'nai
B'rilh Organization Only when he put down his prepared script
i id Secretary Abraham Ribicoff impress the audience gathered Satur-
day night to honor Sam Sapiro at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Abe
.'tarted off the impromptu portion by saying he wasn't going to hit at
the AMA's stand on Medicare.
Thursday afternoon. May 10. is the date for a cocktail reception
honoring Dr. rVax Arnt, the high personable vice chancellor of the
. rish Theological Seminary of America. Hosts for their fellow Beth
I'avid congregants "ill lie Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt Presi-
dent Phil Schlff and Rabbi Norman Shapiro are working enthusiasti-
cally for the party Ephraim Gale merits community applause for
I decade of devoted service, which has seen the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center receive national recognition for its efforts
servicing suburban Jewry.
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There'll be alternating bands Jimmy Alaimo and the C'alyp-
Latinos Saturday night as the American Friend.-, of the He-
brev Universit) ol Jerusalem take to the sea fur the 14th anniversarj
ration Mike Baskin veteran presi-
3 i ety in the area, will be aboard .
r Ansin, Leo.-ara Ror.cn, Dan Dubbin .-. i i r real esta nates
! Wil.iam Klir.e.
Louis Kicner.beraer, drama critic for Time magazine, latest ap-
>: the Jewish Publication Society >>i
the Advancement of Judaism, estab-
F cf. Mordeeai M. Kaolan, will observe it.- 40th anniversary
h Pierre, v. r,h the ceremoni wel-
r o '.-.. Miller o) London, 1"' Miller replaces Rabbi Jack
. C- -. the Hillel Foundation
t: Y rew .' ol Jerusalem Quietly in
i Dr. 'jiorge S. Wise, former chairman ol thi board oi
short as tin1 day of decision, .May 8. ap-
rs ago May 8, was V E Day as we > i
\, G( rmany Ti day, Wesl G( rmi ny i-
cold war a ains Communismand
omic supporters Hut this Tuesday
portant judgi ships, county commission rai c i
ke At.least thru- major rac< -
.;i ii victory, with religion no issue
Sam Gyson and Larry King hr.th warmly received in t1"......
Stock market decline has kept mi i
. xtra tev weeks. Why lose mon > in the c '
. Ted Cchen and Gere Beck making intensive drives i i
c bids for Democratic committeeman posts in the t Uh district
Ars. Milton Friedman and Mrs. Malvin Englander in the running f( I
man on a country-wide ba-is.
VOTE COUNTY WIDE
KEEP
ANDERSON
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EXPERIENCED TEACHER
BUSINESS EXPERIENCE
25 YEARS SERVICE TO CIVIC, RELIGIOUS
AND WELFARE GROUPS IN DADE COUNTY
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Re-Elect Wilbur C.
KING
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Kaplan to Make Main Presentation
At Jewish Community Center Meet
Leon Kaplan, past president ol A special program ... entertain
the Jewish Centers Assn. ol Great- men| has been prepared by Mrs
er Miami, and currently vice pre>i- (;t.orL.,. \ Simon and Mrs Philip
dent of the National Jewish Wel- h prescn,crI bv
f;re Board, will make the main ->"""
Presentation at the 11th annual din- Mr- Dorothj Kr.e.ccr F.nk. The
rer meeting of the Greater Miami in\ocation prior to the dinner will
Jewish Community (enter Sunday
night at- the Dupont Plaza hotel
Kaplan will pay tribute to execu-
tive director Efraim H. Gale,
whose 10th anniversary with the
Center will be observed at this
meeting Dinner chairman is
George A. Snnon.
Harold Thurman, vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, will bring greetings from
that organization. Following the
elections of officers and board
members for the coming year, an
installation ceremony will be con-
ducted by John B. Turner, chair-
man of the board of United Fund
of Dade County. The business
portion of the meeting will be
conducted by president, A. Budd
Cutler.
be given by Lo
president of th, Miami Beach
Pranch. and th< ,,-. ... ; m
Rabbi Jonah Cap X(.c uve*
rector of the He'., ,
The evening u ,, a f(
ception at 6:30 i Dinner wi||
be served at 7 s |-e ^
dinner and dancir.j ,, ,,Mi.
ed in Johnny Mi
chestra.
ni nis or.
LEON KAPIAN
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Cktib Notes
C! etto Uprising
Mi- -. Friendly Social Club will
' ieel Soi 2 p.m.. at Beth El
Social Hall. 500 SW 17th ave
Manuel Berenstein will speak on
"The Brave Fight in the Warsaw
Ghetto Abraham Rosenberg will
recite the Kaddish and El Molej
Rachamim.
Presidenl roup is Max
iarsl
CANTOR-TEACHER
Choir-leader, now in yearly posi-
tion, seeks change. Will nccrpt
High Holidays or yearly position
with or without teaching. Univer-
sity Conservatory of Music, and
Yeshivah graduate; 15 years ex-
perience in all branches, txcrllent
tenor voice. Married, no children.
Reasonable salory. Write P.O. Box
521, Lakeland, Fbrida.
Pd. Political AdV-
Pd. by Campaign Treasurer
ENDORSED BY THE MSAM! HERALD
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OF PAUL BAKER TO THE CRIMINAL COURT BY SAYING
". He (Paul Baker) is alert,
aggressive, and should make an
excellent criminal court judge."
ELECT
PAUL BAKER
CRIMINAL COl'RT JUDGE
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Friday May 4 19S2
w Janisii IHkriidlfoin
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Candidates Await Tuesday Ballot
I : owii j ire is a list ol candidates and their thumbnail tches
designed to assist Jewish Floridian readers to acquaint themselves
vlih u long !i-t <~f hopeluls in a variety of races from Dade County
Board t Public Instruction on up to United States Senator Greater
Miami ".ill go I > the polls next Tuesday. May 8. Similar roundups of
Other candidates and races also appear in See. A and C.
John Gilbert
jobs W G Ibert Is running for
; nstable in District 1. He was ap-
points to the post he now seeks to
> G > Farris Bryant,
Tht 34-year-old candidate is a
native i Kissimmee, Fla., and was
brougbl to .Miami by his parents in
l37. He -.ra lu ited from Miami
Edison Senior Huh School, where
led us to defeat abroad due to a
lack of determination to win over
communism." if elected.
McGlon, a native Floridian who
has lived in Miami for 11 years, at-
ten.....' ic s<
and the University of Florida.
Presently manager of personnel
staff services with Eastern Air
Lines, he served as chairman of
a well-known football play- EAL employees' United Fund
,.,- ]) attended the University of drives '" 196" and i%i. is vice pres-
Florida on an athletic scholarship, Went of Eastern's management
council, and was awarded r.AL. s
presidential citation lor efforts in
promoting Americanism.
and graduated in 1950.
He returned to Miami to teach
history at Miami Jackson High
xhooi. Gilbert interrupted his
teachu g career to serve with the
I35th Troop Carrier Wing oi the
I S Air Force Reserve in the
Koreai Conflict.
Af'*r discharge, he tauqhf his-
tory and coached football at Mi-
ami Tech, later returning to the
University of Florida for a Mas-
ter's degree in physical educa-
tion. Prom 19S7 to 1961, he taught
and coached football at Miami
Edison, Palmetto, and North Mi-
ami High School.
H< as appointed to the Consta-
Samuel Blair
Samuel Blair is a candidate for
th State Legislature from Dade
County. In the final hours ol his
campaign, he ha? charged a radio
station and a television station here
v ith "discriminatory practices," de-
clanng that they give preferential
treatment in the broadcasting of
I ublic service programs by exclud-
ing certain political campaigns
while other campaigns for the
equivalent office are given air
time."
The candidate, who resides at 524
II. ..s appointed to the Consta- Vaiencja Cora| Gables, has prom-
ises riceby Gov. Bryant in May. jsed lf e|ecU.d to vvork toward a
1961.
He attended Riverside Elemen-
\.iy. shenandoah Jim.or High, and
graduated from Miami Senior High
school.
He lives with his wife, Valerie,
at 7131 SW 5th te'r., for the past
IS years, and the couple have
two sons and three daughters.
Lewis served in the U. S. Navy.
Atlantic and Pacific Theatres, dur-
um M War II. He is a graduate
Of the Miami Police Academy, and
served more than eight years on
the Miami and Miami Beach Police
Forces
He is a member of the Moose.
Military Order oi World Wars, and
Marine Assn.
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Marvin Christmas
Marvin "Red" Christmas is a
candidate for Constable in Dis-j
ir.ct 1.
The 48-year-old hopeful has been
a resident here 32 years. He is
married, has five children, and is
a homeowner and businessman.
Christmas is past president of
the Dade Civic Ballet, former
president of the Dade County
Employees, recipient of the cour-
tesy award of the Dade Chamber
of Commerce, and a member of
many church, fraternal, civic and
community organizations.
If elected. Christmas pledges "to
appoint local, qualified deputies,
who will carry out their duties
courteously and efficiently."
ties Commission, this week indt-
e; ti d thai my record has shown
time and again mj [airne to both
public and utilities in the many
decisions the commission has had
to make."
King, of Zolfo Springs, is com-
pleting 16 year> ot service on the
| commission, and his supporters de-
clare ins contributions to be "dis-
tinguished" and Ins experience 'in-
valuable ." ,--..
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F. F. Lasseter
Seeking election to the office ot
Constable. District 1. is !".. F. "Bob"
Lasseter. who includes among his |
qualifications "nine years ol direct
experience as a Deputy Constable
under both Newt Hudson and Con
stable John Gilbert
The candidate's law enforcement
background pans over 20 year-. A
former Dade County Deputy Sher-
iff, after five years on the Road
Patrol, he was assigned to the
Criminal Bureau of Investigation. \
where he served in the capacity ot
criminal and homicide investigator
Ulltil : ,:;:.. BU
iness.
A Navy veteran of World War
II, he was a criminal investigator
for the Provost Marshall's Office.
A native of Alabama and a for-
mer Opa-locka policeman, he has
bi en a Dade county resident for
:>:; years, living with his wile anl
family at 1135 NW 129th St., N ..
Miami.
lie is a member of the Masonic
Order. Florida Peace Officers A-
sociation, Fraternal order of P
lice, Lodge No. 6 Associate, Amer
can Legion Posl No. 29. and Allied
G ol.ne Retailers Assn.
Opti-Mrs. Plans
Monday Meeting
Op'ti-Mrs. of Miami Beach wilt
hold a meeting Monday noon at
the Seville hotel.
Cast will be Capt. William 3.
Gray, director of exhibits at thr*
Seaquarium.
According to Gilbert: "The Con-
Stable oftice. though not gener-
ally ir the news, la vitally import-
ant, jrotecting the interests 01
businessmen and private citizen
alike, .n settling discrepances and
disagreement My staff treats ev-
oryOlM as he himself would like to
be treated "
Jay McGlon
bill designed to control the sale of
weapons for private use.
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Jerry W. Carter
Jerry W. Carter is a candidate
to succeed himself to the post ot
Florida Railroad and Public Utili-
ties Commission member.
Carter has been a member of the
commission for the past 28 years.
The candidate's supporters show
a record of nearly $173 million in
.._,'_ ,, onHi railroad and utility rate reductions
McGlon. Republican candi- (,to Cam,r., semce on lne
commission."
Wilbur King
Wilbur C. King, chairman of the
Florida Railroad and Public UtU>
date for U.S. Congress from Dis-
trict 4, has pledged to dedicate
himself to "change those economic
policies which are bringing about
a moral decline by sapping Ameri-
can initiative and self-reliance: re-
verse those policies which are lead-
ing us toward the loss of our per-
sonal treedoms through disrespect
E. R. Lewis
Candidate for Constable in Dis-
trict 2 is E. R (Rob) Lewis.
Leu is was born in Key West 39
years ago. and moved to Miami.
where he has resided in District 2;
sonai .recumns unuu^n uiaics^sv* *.* ..v ...........-- --- --
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FridaY- May 4, \%1
Chappell Making Strong Metro Bid
Dan Chappell, candidate for County Commission in District 2,
gets a big campaign boost and buss from his granddaughters,
Gaye and Joy Davis, who are known, with their school chums
as "Chappell Belles."
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THE CANDIDATE WHO KNOWS THE ISSUES
"All groups, no matter what their legitimate differences,
are entitled to equal treatment and consideration under the
law."
ROBERT A. "BOB'
PETERSON
With May 8. election day. next
day, the citizens of North
Dade county are viewing a vig-
on us campaign" being \saed by-
Dan Chappell, candidate for
ty Commission in District 2.
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Chappell and his wife Dorothy
have been residents of Miami
Shores for 25 years. They have
two grown daughters and two
.granddaughters.
Chappell's campaign slogan is
Let's Put a Heart in Metro." He
firmly believes "that our new
government should be brought
just as close to the people as pos-
sible, and. if elected, will open a
full-time County Commission of
fice in District 2. so that the peo-
ple living and working can bring
Mizrachi Slates
j Independence Rally
.
"THE" REPUBLICAN CANDIDATI
FOR CONGRESS-District 3
(North Dade)
Pd. Pol. Adv.
ELECT
ERNEST C.
"Ernie"
ALLEN
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 2
"Courteous, Prompt
Efficient Service"
&
Dedicated Experienced
Qualified
jV Native Miamian, age 41
Married, Two Teen Age Daughters
Miami Policeman 4 Years
-. Deputy Constable 8 Years
Investigator, State Attorney's Office 4 Years
fc Graduate, Miami Senior High School
7 Attended University of Miami Law School
%-, Mason, Moose, American Legion
-,' Fraternal Order of Police
. Member, Democratic Executive Committee of Dade County
May 8 PULL LEVER 43-A
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Israel Independence Day rally
will be held at Flamingo Park on
Sunday evening beginning at 8 p.m.
The function is being sponsored
b> the Mizrachi Organization ot
America.
Program will feature Israeli mu-
sic, and will be launched with the
presentation of the tlag by the
Jewish War Veterans. Singing will
be by Cantor Joseph Malek. Guest
of honor will be Rabbi Max Kirsh-
blum, national president of the
Mizrachi Organization.
Vice Mayor Malvin Englander
will give official greetings from
the City of Miami Beach.
Co-chairmen of the function are
Rabbi Isaac Ever and Nathan Koh-
ler. On the committee are Rabb.'s
Eugene Labovifz. David Lehrfield,
.Joseph Rackovsky. H. Louis Rott-
man. Solomon Schiff. Tibor Stern,
Sherwin Stauber, Rev. J Krantz.
and Louis Merwitz. M. B. Frank.
L. Dublin, and Is Kramer.
Do You Know Who
County Commissioner
BOB HAVERFIELD
is endorsing for the
County Commission?
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I'd. 1
Voted 'One of the Ten Most
Valuable Members of the 1961
Legislature*
RE-ELECT
CAREY
MATTHEW
Your State Representative
their problems to their commis-
sioner for proper evaluation and
action "
Chappell also advocate-
State Legislature so that a f,
distribtuion of cigarette.
and other taxes can
communities and
areas.
Utility,
be made to
unincorporated
"Get unincorpnr.r
pro.
A v!.:"rous campaign :o attract > p,-r fire protectii n
new industry to the North Da area, -o that the economy can be I son."
' : ~ Chappell......|
-'' ters are at 686 SE 1
x ., rj m th-' Miami.

ELECT J
DeCOURSEY
CONSTABLE For District 1
The ONLY Candidate Qualified by
Training and Experience
VETERAN POLICE OFFICER:
1. Served 8 years Dade County Sheriff Office in Homicide,
Liquor and Vice, Juvenile Divisions.
TRAINING:
1. Federal Narcotics School, Washincjron, D.C.
2. Homicide Seminar, University of Cincinnati.
3. Dade County Junior College, Police Administration Course.
4. Dade County Police Academy.
5. Instructor Dade County Police Academy 4 years.
CRIME AND CRIMINALS WON'T WAIT
1. Incumbent John Gilberts Office is closed from 6:00 P.M.
until 9:00 A.M. on weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday,
(.'rune is a 24 hour a day matter.
2. Criminals, after receiving incumbent John Gilbert- post-
card Notices that he has a Warrant for their arrest, often don't
wait around, they go into hiding.
3. Criminals, like the notorious armed robber Richard Hyder,
presently on a crime spree in Dade County, after walking out of
John Gilbert's office, don't wait around after being allowed out
of jail without a uuard.
4. Incumbent John Gilbert has failed to arrest 2 3 of all
persons for whom he received Warrants since January 1. 1962.
The above situations have been brought about by the lack of
experience, qualifications and aptitude of the Incumbent John
Gilbert.
PULL LEVER 47A
Pd. Pol Adv
HENDRIE stands for:
Perpetuo'.ng and itrengl
ing the American wa\
Reading, wnting arj a
metic
Suilding .ronger and h
icr boys end girls
Vocational training or;
nities
A full program for e
oily al-le and hand'.
children.
Adequate salaries for oil
school |Vuonnel.
Adequate authoritv/respsn"-
bility for o-incipals anj teach-
ers.
Sound economy in oil school
business.
DISTRICT 1
SCHOOL BOARD
PULL LEVER 32-A
COUNTY WIDE ELECTION
JIM HENDRIE has been engaged 'n business in
Northwest Dade fc more than 15 yecrs. His fjmili-
anty with the problems, educational, fiscal and
progress-wise are thorough. His election is yc.ir
Surety of adequate, intelligent representation.
Jim Hendrie is an Edison and Tech H;gh graduate
ond holds a Bacheb. of Science degree from Univer-
sity of Florida. He is a family man with 2 children.
ENDORSED BY
THE MIAMI HERALD
PAID POL. AP'V'
L>TTTT.WTTyTTWTTTTTT.TMTWfTTTTTnifaiH
ANOTHER
[THI* LEVER 43-A
BERKMATV backer
PAUt SEIDERMAN
Civic leader
JUDGE JASON BERKMAN tor Justice of th fteei
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Friday. May 4, 1962
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As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance.' Include the name
cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to vou courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Gerald Greenhouse
Martin Seldin
Morton Zukerman
Stephen Lipson
Jamet Cohen
Morton Zukerman
rton Ernest Zukerman, 7609
le ave., Miami Beach, will be
Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
rvices, May 5. at Temple Beth
Sholom, with habbi Lion Kronish
iting.
Son of Mrs. Marion Zukerman,
and grandson of Morris Zukerman,
lornterly of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
i he celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Nautilus Junior High.
A Kiddush in his honor will fol-
low the ceremony.
*
Gerald Greenhouse
Gerald Mark Greenhouse will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday morning. May 5. at Temple
Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz officiating. He is the son oi
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Greenhouse.
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Seib .' d Mrs Frieda Green-
liouse.
An eighth gra^ie student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, where he is in
the percussion section of the con-
cert band, the celebrant is in the
graduating ela>s of the Temple's
Hebrew school and is one of the
cantors in the junior congregation.
,
Martin Seldin
Saturday morning services, May
5. at Temple Emanu-El. will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Martin Robert,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Seldin.
with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Nautilus Junior High and
plays cornet in the school band.
H< will be honored at a Kid-
dash a: noon and a reception Sat-
.... .'veiling at the Famous res-
taurant.
Stephen Weinberg
Saturday morning services. May
5, at Temple Nt r Tarn id Will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Stephen
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawr-
ence Weinberg, with Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz, officiating.
Stephen is a student of the Tem-
ple's religious school and attends
Nautilus Junior High.
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James Cohen
The Bar Mitzvah of James David,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Red Cohen,
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
ing. May 5, at Temple Emanu-El,
with Dr. Irving Lehrman ofnciat-,
ing.
A seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, James is a mem-.
I>er of the school band, a Boy Scout
end active in water sports.
A reception in his honor will be
in S.rkin Hall following the cere-
mony.
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I
Stephen Lipson
Temple Judea will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son ol j
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Lipson, 409 Miller I
rd.. Coral Gables, on Saturday I
morning. May 5. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet will officiate.
Stephen is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High
and in the Temple's religious
school. He is a member of the
Temple youth group and excels in
ball.
Hi- parents will host the Oncg
and the Kiddush in his
honor.
*
Douglas Mayers
Douglas Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Mayers, will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services, May 5, at Beth David.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will of-
ficiate.
A seventh grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High, the
celebrant is a Boy Scout and col-
lects American stamps.
In honor of his Bar Mitzvah, his
parents will sponsor the Oneg Shab-
bat on Friday night and the Kid-
dush on Saturday.
Mmyonaires Slate
Art Exhibition,
Including Picasso
An exhibition, including original
works by the internationally-re-
nowned artist Picasso, will be pre-
sented by the Mmyonaires at the
Temple, 3737 Bird rd., Sunday
through next Thursday from 12 to
9 p.m.
The valuable collection of Picas-
sos has been loaned by the World
Art Exhibition Co. of New York.
Paris and Vienna, and will be un-
dei the direction of Henry Erdesz,
American representative now visit-
ing Miami Beach.
Also exhibiting will be interna-
tional artist Michael Piuggi, whose
"Tree of Life" plaque was dedicat-
ed to the Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital at a dinner in honor of hos-
pital president, Samuel T. Sapiro,
last Saturday night at the DeauviUe
hotel.
In addition, a clothesline showing
of local artists' works will be held
outdoors.
All proceeds from the sale will
be used to help purchase the Tem-
ple now occupied by the Minyon-
rires, with a portion donated to
the Cedars of Lebanon.
There will be no charge for ad-
mits.on or refreshments.
For JUDGE
CRIMINAL
COURT
DIV.
"B"
C
LEVER
29-A
JIM
RAINWATER
THE MAN WITH A
POSITIVE PROGRAM
pd. Pol. Adv.
Honor Dedicated
Public Service
VOTE IN
MAX KOGEN
CIRCUIT JUDGE
1,1 Pol. Adv.
ONTHE ISSUES..,
9 Stop the Oil Refinery!
* Stop the Mid-Bay Causeway!
* Restore Self-Government
to Our Municipalities!
ON THE RECORD:
MAL ENGLANDER--
PAST PRESIDENT, ZIONISTS
PAST PRESIDENT, JAYCEES
VICE MAYOR, MIAMI BEACH
TWICE ELECTED JUSTICE OF PEACE
PAST MASTER MASONS
FLORIDA ASST. ATTORNEY GENERAL
Judge Englander
FOR COUNTY COMMISSION, DISTRICT 5
IT'S MAL
PULL LEVER
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Friday May 4 \n
Dr. Stanley Frehling (left, president of Brandeis University
~.\.b here, end Ernest Javis, dinner chairman, discuss the
. lorr.ir.g Brandeis annual "Associates Dinner" at the Eden
Roc hotel on May 22.
Dr. Sachar Slated
At Brandeis U.
Associates Dinner
it; Club of
ter Miami will hold it- annual
I Tui
22 at the Eden Roc
Abram L. S har, pre>-
.:... ersity, v. ill be
Dr. Stanley Frehling. president
club, and Er: si Janis, din-
anticipate
tend the black tie
[filial
the Brandeis "1 -
: er alumnus i^
American
I
tion of othei
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rved.
Dr. Frehling declared "he is
the public-spirited citizen who
adopted Brandeis as his 'Alma
Mater' when the university had
no alumni, and who joined like-
minded people in assuming re-
sponsibility for the university's
support. He is thus the creator
of a new tradition in backing
higher education."
"The Brai is I ost< r i imni pro-
Liam keeps open t! i of the
Brandt i< faculty,
opportunity to
fied irrespi live of
race, creed, color, or their own li-
Wit] his dedi-
Bi eis <: not have
strain of its
him the
ity relies I i tl pi
in the future."
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
CAFE'
JARP1N SUISSE
somefhing new in dining
'From a srack to a complete
meal served twenty-four
24j hours a day.'"
Free Parking
<* JARDIN SUISSE
FtONaTV PLAZA HOTIL J3i Straet and Collins Avenua Miami liach It J-5MI I
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mm mmKwe
Handsomest Seafood Restaurant
anywhere in the world!!!
LUNCHEON from 85C
SERVED FROM 11:45 A V
DINNER from $2-25
Smm ownership ai COCKTAIL LOUNOI Amptt
ft* hmeut Toay Sat' PMONK: partirf jpaea e
Restaurant 865-8688 t-f-.n
1900 N. Bay Causeway (79St Causeway) Miami Beach
OPEN EVERY NIGHT L
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pear
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
VH* KOSHEI CATERERS **+?^
Ikn/V from hen d'oeimei to a comp/eft bulrot lift/AT
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Under the S'joervision of the U.K.A.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
tuc SPORTS SCENE: This is the time of year when local folk look
forward ternaro hours ol relaxation Indulging in their favorite sport*
To mi" l ever, more inv.ting-when ,t conies to the most popu-
lar local -port ot al!. golf-al! the municipal courses have Lowered
Zjr^re. "' Beach bo,h *ormand> Shor" 8n'
Bav'hore which are in tip-top shape, have reduced playing rate> .n
ha!.' -Xing ,t S200 dail> ane- weekends For those in a tanj.
who out play the 18-h. le route on the regulation sued hnks
thc han, Prairie av behind the Miami Beach
8 M.amTspriii sand he L( I" n courses in Miami havi
in -re, fees a\- i Each is n onlj $1 50 to pia> on weel i -
onSatui ents after 4:30 we.
The large variety ol privati rival, cou
sprung up all over Dad c intj th. past y. r also ar.
live ... Dorr.1 Courtrj i il I Miami, North Dad.
metto ha< fees od in, :
course h m. rat. 5 into effect
lulls Ft I. ud. '
Anyoi i
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Tl
jected ni^ht lif. th the n. Uoi I
ipicv m of the Deauvill.
rhe
V'espie i Rene. Arnault and the Eiffel 1
lj sh< rls. : < in .
It's i
rvs An:, rican Bar at th Eden R. i Bi lj Maxt. I and his Mai hat
hand ha' Las yar the>
ar with th. ir all-star i i ; contrast I
the jazz i' the 'aron rk-
jea.- at Ha iy"s Ai Bar Varona is a skill u n-
... a lai i
his ted rhythms.
Another popular spot for ihr dance buffs is the Boom-Boom room
of the For.tainebleau, with two top orchestras alternating for the
pleasure of the tteppers. The smart Gigi supper club, pressed over
by Dean Murphy, long-time headline entertainer, offers dancing and
superb cuisine nightly.
Remember when Mother Kelly's w
Miami Beach foi many \ No> th. sit is i i
a private key club, Th. is Gei I Kelly ther
Kelly Gcral ist taken ovei
on J' '..-.. pens. r. you can expect I
I be super, Kelly i- ., planni
tainn
his expert re. the Lai .- sure to ii
is an a' afti r dai k ent. ment eccas
IT'S MOVIE TIME: For UlOS. wh. W
sen
Mar;'' nl at thc S ind I'..rk. I Di-
rector Alain i an it-.
with his enigmatic presentation of i
r. son "Last Y-. i al Mai ien i I rrow ;: phi ..-<-.
is a and i I surely on. that
voke rsial talk i ..il who s.
Peter Sellers' merry romp, "Only Two Can Play," is making the
Mayfair management exceedingly joyful, from a box-office viewpoint,
and is making all who see it exceedingly joyful, from an entertainment
viewpoint. Easily one of the best of many films Sellers has starred
in, and one of the funniest and most relaxing movies of this or any
year.
"State Fair"' has proved a bonanza at the b"x offices of the
Miami. Miracle and 163rd Si. Theatre- and holds over for another
week. "Five Finger Ex rcise adapted from the hit play ot Broadway
and London, follows the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical romp at
those theatres.
Maxmillian Scheel, the Academy Award winner, is in the new
screen drama, and other stars are Rosalind Russell. Jack Hawkins and
Richard Beymer. the male lead ol "West Side Story." which hold.- over
at the Sheridan.
"Judgment a' Nuremberg," since winning a handlul of Oscars. ha>
perked up considerably at thc Lincoln where it continues, with its
?uper cast, including Maxmillian Schell, Spencer Tracy. Burt Lancaster,
Judy Garland. Montgomery (.'lift, Richard Widniark and Mai Hi., Die-
trich,
* *
ON the TOWN: No-, that the temperature -tarts its normal rise
for tin- time ol year, there- nothing more relaxing and diverting than
dining out on Sunday for the entire family.
Ther. n. end to the fine resl fully air-coi and
, boastir."' ino i cuisine, w.th plenty of menu variety t( suit the
most dis hard >o please diners,
'' r. K n \r\ : Jorful, atmospheric and cordu al
Miami Springs Villas, specializing in charcoal broii,
roast -
Tony's Fish Market, in its first season, has caught on in a big way
Besides a b.g. big menu of fresh sea food favorites, there are plenty
of meat and fowl dishes all tastefully and amply prepared.
. Anoth. ,. ,,y i!u. 5( .
skel si Airport ,., ..:
ch. :
Pc t. ing to parties is an r sp. cialty oi .
ren.
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Convalescent Unit
Donor Luncheon
Bikur Cholim Kosher ( rtva|M
cent Home of Grei j-
bold its annual < r ..[h
Wednesday noon M, h, ,,
| ,. r- hotel.
Mr- Sam Yud.ai. q^.
lain, will offer the inv. cati Ben-
ediction will he by Mrs Morru
Dubler, outgoing i .. j^l
Kaplan aad hi- :-.
a pre-gram of music
5 P.M
WEDDINGS
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Friday, May 4, 1962
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Vci timer M. Caplin (centeri, U.S. Commissioner of Internal
-.ever.ue, is greeted by Henry E. Wolff left), president of Tem-
ple Israel 5 foundation Fund. Sidney E. Meyer (right) was
chairman o: 3ti inaugural dinner of the Foundation Fund at
which Dr. Z ~- plin was the main speaker.
U.S. Revenue Chief is Speaker
Dr Mori C iplan, U S
mmiisior i Internal Revi
- ol the inaugural
of thi mple Isra I !
jtion Fund i h lay evening in
n R
Th( nation I ix collection head
i.cu>sed lh( philosophj
e wn. "aimed al -
. pholea bringing about a
i taxes based on
i reased ime expected."
James I. Ke.er, local tax con-
sultant, and William Eierman,
chief trjst officer of the First
Na*:onai Bank, spoke on the "Fi-
nancial Aspects of Charitable
Giving.
er was chaired by Sid-
[uests were greet-
ry I'. Wolff, president ol
.; lation Fund, who discuss-
rpose of the fund.
WILL SHARE
Ijve/y North Mbavl Bch. home with I
or 2 business (Ml beginning May 15.
All modern conveniences. Near 763rd
SI. Shopping Center. Coll Dorothy,
VII 50764
Dr. i i R Narot, ol Temple
[si tied that "endowments
an annual Institute for the
tian Clergy, an annual lecture
-, ries an I a youth camp scholar-
ship, are already being administer-
the Foundation Fund."
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
I 'haute r i1"::::.' Acts "I l'.'ll
Kill A.\ 2
NOTICE IS HHRKHV IIIVEN thai
sv mi .- ;. i n, hldi r of I'll) of Miami
Tax Sali Certificate No 95H Issued
Hi. 6th rln> "i June, A.D. IW, ha*
riled mi n in; office, anil lias made
ui plication fo' n t;.-\ .....>d lo i- Issued
i hei ei n Sh i Vri iflcate embi ac< h
the following described property In the
Count) "i i -i.i. state ot Florida,
H-ll
j." in" of X 6li 1. >' I*' A-- ;-
(*lenroyal Amended IMal Booh .'
Ii :ii. i 'i v ui Miami,
i- int) .,r Hade, Sti......i Florida.
ill. assessment of s;n i propert) un-
,l, the said ce tlflcflti was iri th.-
nanu I I'nknnu n
I'nli -.-- said certificate shall be re-
1 accord ins lo lav.. the propert)
will I,.- si.lil to the
i ider at the Court I louse dooi
ihi frsl Monda) In Ihe month "'
n ii i .. i he Ith das ol
: 1962
11 ited tin- i-i day ol Mu>
K II I R VTHKRM tN
I'll of Cl ui i in t.
11 < I Court Seal)
I'.v II M l.KKPKR, l'i'
:, t-ll .18-25
NOTICE OF APPL CATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapti 2H722 Ai ol 1K41
Kile \ A 2
NOTICE IS HERKHY II1VKN thai
\. ccssorles Fni Survival, Inc., holdei
Counts Tax Sale Certificate No
".'H issued the Is; da ol June, A 11
-Min. In m> ofl...... and
has made application for a tax deed
to he issued t hi reon Said I !ei i iflc ite
elilhiac. k the following deal I Ibed prop-
el i\ in ill. i ..nun "i I '.nil-. Slate ol
Florida, to-wlt:
\ i i o| r ... i-i ,.i Tract i
pi ..I .i I'oi tlon "i Sub Seel ion
_ Tow nshlp ''- So ii h, Range 12
i -. containing 116 Veres m......r
Plal II.....< 11 Pal -' in the
. 'otini v uf I ade, State Florida.
The ii aid propert) un-
der Hi. s:n.l i el tlfll ale w s in ill.
ol s K Hydi oponlc r nrms Inc.
I HI. ss -iii.I certificate shall be re-
in med hi ii d Ik- law, the proper I!
will be Bold to the
hiKhi -i bidder .11 the Court House ......i
i Monday in ihe month "i
Inn. 1962, which Is the itli da) ol
i i .-
I mi. d tins 1st da) cd Ma). 1962.
I-:. II I.I-: 1THKIIMAN
i 'lei K "i Circuit i '"in i.
Padi '' iunt). Hoi Ids
[Circuit i"..mi s. h '
B> k \i I.EEPKR, h.c.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C:RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 4601
\.\Tlli I.NV A I I.i ii;i..\ TIN K.
Plaintiff.
VIOLA P FLORENTINE
l [. ndant.
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Apat no. mi :'.-''. Meadow i ouri
Clifton; N" h
You, VIOLA P FLORKNTINI
hereb) notified ih n Bill ol i
plaint for lllvi r e has l>i n I.....i
agalnsl you, nnd you are required t"
Bl rve a i op) ol youi Am r or I lead-
thi Bill of Complaint on the
is attorney, A Bl IH> t I I
1,1-j; J06 Al sli J Building, Miami -.
l'i,.i..In .....I fill ii" i Win Am
Pleading In thi offli ol ihe i lerh oi
ih, i -iri ill Conn on oi l>( rore the in.
das of June. 1962. If you fall i" do
xii Judgment bs defaull will be I
agalnsl toll for Ihi n Ih i di
in tin Bill of Complaint
This notlci shall he publ hi rt nnci
each < ek for l
in T1IK JEWISH I-LiiBII'IAN.
DONE YND i ii:i 'I.iii-.i Miami,
l his 2" h da) of April, A I
l!62 t
E. bl LEATHERM VN
del I.. Clri ill Cou
i i,i. i nty. lorida
. II ||l '..Ill I Si .'1 I
K M I.YMAN
Deput) Clerk
a Bftili iTTi.ii:
\ n-l. ) Bui
Miami '- Kloi
i ''!:' :" '' ", | ll-ls-"
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
sen ice is EN

buslm
MV CITIES -
. M ,,. Hi
,,-. da to re ;

County, Florida ...
MICHAEL Kl.
MAR1 i >W N '' 'N
I Bid*
Miami j _,0.2. ,
CIRCUT COURT. 11th JUOlC --
CIRCUIT. D^DE COU\TY. r_-
IN C-ANCERY
NO. 62C
TEl iPV !'

VIRi 11X1 :' 'X.
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NOTICE BY PLBU
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DATEP,

LEGAL NOTICF
ALFRED AR0N0VITZ
and
BOB HAVERFIELD
Proudly Present Their
Choi ce for the
County Commission
see page 15-A
.NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< 1TI1 !: Is HEREBY 11IVEN t ii ii
:::. i leslrlllK i" engage in
ii,- ii. Iltlous name >!
v -I. \s- ii "IATES al 5M K. nth
Ii lale.ih, I lorida, Intend t"
I name Itli 11"- V
the Cl' ull Court .a lade County.
JACK ACIST
|{i "BERT I.ITI >r
:. i -11 -1- 2.i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEX thai
ih. undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business undei Ihe fictitious name !
I Kl" "I' VITAMINS tt COSMETICS : i
1611 Washington Avenue, Mian I
Beach, Florida Intends i" register said
name iili the Clerk ol the Circuit
Ccurl "I I lade .nut > Florida
WASHIXOTO.N liRl'tl COM PA M
KOVNEK .v MAXXHE1MER
Attorneys for Washington Drug Corn-
pans
5 1-11-16-2:.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 558D5-B
IX i:i-: Estai
l.mis MASK IN
I.. used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I n" """,
|nil claims or I' mands Agalnsl i a
foil, and each ol
notified and
, i. i.i,- : ui di nai ds I o
,l,i of...... n have agalnsl the
pLtate of Li 'CIS M kSKIX, ileceased
h,te of Bade Count) Flot da, lo th.
I!......rabli Co nl Jmll es o Bad'
Countv, and file thi i n in. it ot-
K in the fount) Courthouse in
i,;,,i,. county, F'lorl ia with six cat-
. ndar months from iti dan > ""
flisl publication li......' said rtalmn
or demands to contain the Ii gal aa-
dress "' t'"- claimant and t" be sorn
.., nnd i". si :.' ii as aforesaid, or Bamt
ill be barred. .....
|,,,,, April 26. A.M. 1962.
|rii publication on Ma) I, i"'-
M\.\ HELKANB
As Executor of the i-'-t til '''
Tes lamenl ol
I.i'I IS .MASK IN
I tttvi ased
HENRY NORTON
1406 Blscayni Building
Miami, F"loi ii ..
Attorne) for Executor ,.U.,8.M
Rl
Cl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY UIVBN that
:. unders gned, desiring t" engage In
.1, .... ;, del Ihe fictitious name ol
l:\i: SPECIALTY COMPANY at
-. i; loth Ave Hlaleah, Florida, in-
i. I .....slater said name with the
the Circuit Court ol Batw
nty, I- lorida.
HUBERT I'.RAI N
NEIL KOKMC
;. I-I1-1X-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY BIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring t" engage In
i. -in.-ss under Ihe fictitious name "i
FLORIDA PHYSICIANS WHOLE-
SALE I'lii'i: en at 3146 Coral ta)
Miami, Florida, Intends t" reglater
said name it ii the Clerk "i the Cir-
cuit Court of Bade County, l-'li.rida.
TOBACKS OROVE PHARMACY, INC.
i A Cla Corp.)
Hole iwner
5 l-ll-lS-2.'i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ''.IN F.N thai
Hie iiml. rslK...... di si Inn to engage ill
r ihe fletltlous name o
I-I oRII'\ INI ORMATIOX Bl REAI
suite 9-A, Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach Florida, Intends t" register
..ii.i name with the Cl> rk of the < ir-
, uii .'..m i -I I 'aile Count) Florida.
ALC1ERT .1 TAHRsXIN
SMITH MANDLER
Attorneys fi r Albert J. rarwon
in- Lincoln Road, .Miami Beai h, Fia.
": '-T,,: 5 |.lt-.
IT'S EXPERIENCE THAT COUNTS!
PULL LEVER
44-B & ELECT
E. F. "BOB"
LASSETER
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 1
PIN THE BADGE OF CONSTABLE ON THE MAN BEST
QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE & REPUTATION TO SERVE YOU!
* DEPUTY CONSTABLE FOR 9 YEARS
* FORMER DADE COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFF
+ 5 YEARS ON THE ROAD PATROL
ir 3 YRS. WITH THE CRIMINAL 3UREAU OF INVESTIGATION
* NAVY WORLD WAR II VETERAN; SERVED AS CRIMINAL
INVESTIGATOR FOR THE PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE
rTTTTTTT
ANOTHER LEVER 43-A
HI HUM \\ backer
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Ih HEREBY: U1VEM thai
iii, undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name ol
M C ASSOCIATES Bl 2530 N. K.
K08th Terrace, Miami. Florida, intends
t ui the Clrcull Court of L>ade County,
Florida
.Mi >RT< N I M.MI.M'.S
SHEVIN, Q......MAN III 'I. T/..M A .N
Attorneys for M C. Associates
Ia STIA'AN N IU'l.Ty.MAN
t I-11-1S-2.I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE lb HFJREBY iSIVtSM thai
ih.. undersigned, desiring t.. engagi In
business under ihe fictitious name ol
C(|RAI. OABI.ES Hi isl'ITAl. al *WMi
> w 1T1I1 Avenue, Coral Oables,
li,,, |,|a, intends to reglsti i said name
;ili the clerk of the Clrcull Court !
li.nl.- County, l-'l.....la
LATIN AMERICAN r KATFiRNAI.
ASSI INC
A Noll Profit I- lol Hla i ui |1
. I II-I--J.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF;REBY I1IVKN thai
i.!- gned, di siring to engage in
k undet ilo fictitious nanu ol
ATLANTIC i i|-riiAI. SI I'PLl II
Sol thi sl 2 si Miami, Florida, in-
|i ii-ls 1" regiHU-l -a>l ii.mi. with thi
Clerk ol no Cli cull i 'out t ol Bade
County, l-'ii-i'ii.i
Ml ii:i,' i.M ll< 'I.i 'l Ni, Ci iltr.
i iw nel
iii-ii -,i:i.. TEITE1.MAN and Al.m-.i: r
Attoi ne) s for Applicant
1462 West I lagli r SI
i t 1 1 -1 v .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is lll.lli-.r.N tilVBN that
I hi undersigned, deslrlns to engagi in
business undet the fictitious Mini ol
MMtTI COLLECTION AOENCY al
Dude Count). Florida, Intends to reg
i-i... v.,i.i ii.mi. with the Clerk oi
the in. all Co rl ol Bade County,
Flot
l'llll. BeLEoN \ss, al \ i'i-:s, IM
Sole Ownei
MAUN PABER
Attorne) i"i Vppllcanl
, 161S i "ongi -- BldB
;. i-i i-i---..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
N0.55857C
IN RE: Estali "i
JANE WARDLOW I'RETTYMAN
I leceasi '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person! Hav-
ing claim- or i mands Agalnsl Saiq
y'-u are hereb) notified and requir-
ed t.. present an) claims and demands
which you may havi a^ams. ;im
gtu......i JANE WARDUm PRbl
M\N tof Miami Reach ami Miami)
' deceased lat ol Bade County, Florida,
,.. ,i,. Count) Judge* of Badi l ount),
iind file ilo sami in duplicate and as
ptovlded in Section oW.16, Ki.h i.la
Statutes, in their offices In thi -ount)
Courthouse in Bad. Co inty, Florlds
within -in cab niai months from tn<
i.....- of th. first publication h. r.
.. th. --nil. will barred
i,.,,,,i .,, \i ami, I- orida. 'ins -"'
,1 i> of \|n II. A.B I!
iVeoROE W I- I'RKTTYMAN
till i'laa.
i 'oral Hables, F'loi Ida
\. Admlnistraioi
publli atlon ii or
the I'M da; M '> '"-'
lOSEl'H C LAI SSF.L
kn ,..> fi i Hen W i. I'tettyman.
A,Inn Ihi I -'.'
s w 24 Street,
Mil..... I-' oi d MO "'<, .,.
..i-i
IN THE C'DCUiT COURT OF T-S
ELEVENTH JUOIC A_ CISC- "-"-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D A ~ =.
COUNTY IN ERV
No. 6CC 14
ASH I l\ IN
\l tilA I N ,1 >' 'I.
ILYN II Zl


i i m : n t h.
ROBERT VV. I '
'
If she I
: iv. unknown li
I I. i: N .- I
claimil --
thi

and
P. nd mi-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tt iti.i.i:n. ui.
ri >bf:rt H Cl i .EN, SR
,-, ased, inkm n
Cl'l I.EN If s ;
the tno n hell
ROBERT W CCLLEN, -
other persons
mi.I. r .a against i1!.
,,f I, ise r. sld. n es an inknow n
Al i| IRES8 INKS' '\\ N
Yiir ARE HEREBY X' iTIFlED I
i i' implnlnl for Fon
filed igalnsl you upon tl
covering the follow In I -
Lol | Block 1, Tl,."]'l''-M. GAR-
DENS ES ["ATI :s to the
Plat th. r< is I in Plat
Book 58, al Pagi :.. >f thi P
r, ordg of l M.I.- "ount). Flor da
and > ou are requli i ":,v
of youi Answer to the ilnt on
plaintiffs' attori y, a Bl'DD ;
LER, 708 Alnsle) lluilding, Miami -
l lol Ida, .nai file tl rlglnal In the
office of the Clerk of th. C i utt
Court "ii '"" before the 2*th day 'f
M i\, 1968, "i a Dei rei P
will l" entered agalnel
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, tiiis. l'hii da) ol Api --
E B LEATHERM VN
i'!. rk of I 'Ir. nil i "ourl
Miami, i lade Count). Florida
(seal) B) M I'W'AI.Al'.is
Deput) clerk
____________________-t 27 1-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT1
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 55719-C
RE: Estate d!
Ti
JUDGE JASON BERKMAN tor Justice ol the Peoce J
Bggggi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
x, ith-i: is ii krf:im i n\ en imu
ill. undersigned, deslrlnii lo engagi in
k uii del Ihe fictitious name "'
NKBTCNE M VNBBAOS al 5273 N ^
36th Ave Miami 12 11"' da,
to reglsti i siii.I name with he Clerk
,,,- tne ,-ii, uii Court ui l lade Count).
Florida
NCI'TINK IMS I'CH'.C I'i'KS. INC
a Florida i "ocp.
.. i-il-m-21
IN THE ClRCUiT COURT OF THE
El EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 2330
DORIS ELAINE MILLER 180
known as DORIS AUAINE
CONREY,
Palntlfi
.1. .UN JOSEPH Ci i.NRBI alias
JOHN JOSEPH CONROY,
11. |. inlam
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
.lnIlN JOSEPH CON RE Y
h|so know i, a- JoHN
JOSEPH CONRoY
i Ri s-.i. nc. unkn.. n i
Vou hi hereb) not II led th I n e< "-
r.H .ililinni. III Ol lll> Dice hi
I,j i'.-: i- I :i.. Iii. 'on-
rei red ti si i B
, ,|.v ..: tnswrr or ol
. ii lll.l IKl ir.
\ Ma. DONEI.1 "
",i i Bis, .n ne lluili 1P|"'
,.' nnd flli Ih. "i Iglnal ol ihe same
In Ih. ofl.....' thi Cl. rk ol the Or-
, mi Court "" oi i fin 'b day
i Ma) a.P. l2, oth. i !- b Becree
pr conf. -- in b. i nti red agalnsl
PATEP. Vprll II,
i; r. l.l-'.A I'lll-'.ltMAN,
i ')ei u ''ir- ull Court
Hi M CAVALAR1S,
tj i. rk
. 4 i:i 80-87, 5 I
l.N .
MARY i."C i:.ni;i:i..
I I, lias. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \n Creditors and All Peraons Hav
inc Claims or Demands Against s..:d
Estate:
Vou are hereb) notified and re.tuir*
t.ii in present an) claims and dernandg
which you mas have attains! the its
of MARY LOU F.N.',i:i. deceased late
,,f l lade Count) i loi Ida, to th. Coun.
i, Judges of Dade County, and me
tin same in theli ofl li es In th. I 'oun-
i i 'i.u-1 house in l 'ade 'ount) i-1
Ida, within eight calendar m.
from the date ol the first public it i
h. i, of, or the same i.i be h
H i \.N OAII. WKSTERB N
KMANCEL LF:VENS0N
- i Biscayna uidg.,
Miami 32, I la ... -1522
:. -' >
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT 0 =
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV
No. 62C 4522
CHARLES SCHWARi "/ LI
Hi:i EN -- 'HW'ARCZ, Ills
Plaintiffs,
V s
rili >MAS II MIL'S ind
i.,i l-'.KN E. MILLS, his wits l
.in.l W Ii.i L\M .> i in "-in
.iii.l .H'SIM'H DOR' WIN,
I', femlants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl' WILLIAM N I iRt -
I2'l North Wi i 11
Linden, New Ji
.mil
TO -i' 'SEPH DtlRi 'SIN
Mi North A\ enue
Jerse) City, N. \\ Jerse)
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
,, i 'ompl nut t" F'orei lose Mon
i on the follo i ii ii del [>rop. tj
The Ninth 'i Lol 11. .if
RANPi il.l'll At "RES, rdlng to
the Plal th. reol
Book 43, at I the P iblta
Ft. i ords of l lade Count y, Floi
has been bri >ught '*
> ou ai*.- her. b) ii"i Ifii s
. ..-.,-. of you i ipon
a \.\ii:s F I1' 'i.i- vci v : e) for
Plaintiffs, 1748 W. it \
Miami 44, Florida,
n.il in the ofl Hie
Circuit C
i.la.
I I'H'J, other!
Complaint I
by ) mi
l i \ti:i i at Miami. I
Florida, tl
B. B HERMAN, I
Circuit Ida
-
lerk
i-il-18
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15 to 20 LB.
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m 9 m Police Continue Search
JeVimsll FlOrxdian Fcr gue t0 Dynamite
:.ami. Florida, Friday, May 4, 1962
:lagler-Granacla
lEIects Officers
\iw officers, elected Apr. 12. at
agler-Granada Jewish Center are:
Hyman Coverman. president; '
rman Elbrand, vice president.
rnurd Shenkman, treasurer; Mrs
latthew Cohen, recording secre-
>; Mrs. Harold Strumpf. cones-
nding secretary'; Mrs. Hyman
verman, financial secretary;
Jrs. Irving Verdon, president of
'.rrhood.
Board memners arc llarol' R'"-
:. Nathan Braverman. Morns
rody, Louis Bush. Jerome Cohen.
lorris Fisher, Mrs. Selma Green,
amuel Goldstein. Samuel Kessler.
iuaham Mahler. Paul Marks,
;alph Michael. Kdward V'oor",
.Irs. Edward Peyser, Morris B.,
'udnos, Joseph Press. Mrs. Albert
.eisman, Harold Strumpf. Samuel
ullander, and Tom Fritsch.
Special board members are Nath-
Adelman, Solomon Issenberg.
iod Ere Rubinstein.
North Shore BB
Installation Set
North Shore Lodge. R'na. B'nth,
will hold its annual installation
i anquet on Sunday, May 13. 6:30
[ m., at the Algiers hotel.
New officers for the coming year
,!e Seymour Tyson, president;
David Fenton, Max Kriloff. Morris
Roth and Alfred Rov en. vice Dres- |
dents; Abe J. Tunick. treasurer; '
.lack Bernstein, recording secre-
ponding secretary; Sam Mill*r, fi-
nuncial secretary; Max Thorner,
guardian; and Morris Lunch, war-
i en.
Beard includes Nathan Askow,
Ezra Finegold, Joseph Green- '
berg, Samuel Greenfield, Louis I
Hirsh, Gus Miller, Nate Perl-
mutter, Max Raskin, David Rein
-aid, Dr. Robert Rosen, Morris j
Rossein, Jerry Sail, Harry Schnei- I
derman, Irvine Spear, Morris
Urist, Abe Appel, Charles Bran-
son, Isadora Cohen, Max Dunn,
Alex Douglis, Myer Efros, Her-
man Frank, Walter B. Lebowitz,
Morris Hirsch, Jerry Lelchuck,
Sam Malow, Abraham Mindes,
Jacob Pass, Sam Schiffman,
Charles Sommer, Jack J. Spar-
ans, Harry Stulbarg, Nathan
Roth, Philip Thau and Joseph
Zeman.
Following a meeting Monday,
May 7, at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. 1133 Nor-
.ndy dr., the chapter will pre-
tnt a film. "The Chosen People."
: resented originally by the Nation-
al Council of Catholic Men on the
Catholic Hour, the f.lm deals with
anti-Semitism and attitudes of
prejudice.
Continuing a service it has given
for the past eight years. North
-mire Lodge distributed over 20
ti.-kets to needy families during
assover.
Section C Intelligence Division officers of
" ,he Police Department were this.
week still trying to come up with
a solution to the attempted bombing
c.f a synagogue in SouthweM Mi
.-mi last Saturday night.
A burlap sack, containing several
slicks of dynamite, was found by
an anonymous caller on the lawn:
in front of Congri gation Ansbe
Ernes, 2533 SW I9th ave who tele
phoned police.
Miami police authorities said thar
a tipster called the departme.ni
about 11:20 p.m.. Saturday night, 1'
i. port that the burlap aek wa
smouldering" When polite ar-
rived on the scene, they discoverer
that 'hi' dynamite contained a nine
foot fuse which had burned down
i,i within two leet of detonation.
Several hours earlier, worship-
pers at Anshe Ernes held "Hav-
clalah" services to conclude the
Sabbath. Rubin Yusko is current-
ly president of the congregation.
which was founded in a store ort
Coral Way a number of years ago.
Subsequently, the small congre-
gation, composed mostly of elder-
ly members, purchased a two-
bedrom house at its present s.>e
and renovated it.
More recently. Anshe Ernes re-
ceived a formal face-lifting, when
i new facade was erected on the
wilding. Although congregation au-
thorities concede that there had
been some grumbling by neighbors
r.d si mi rezoning difficulties, "we
have never had any trouble since.
A i- are quiet, and mind our own
msiness."
Anshe Ernes Congregation is a
aymen-led synagogue, anil has no
.urinal spiritual leader.
RevHz Takes
Third Term
Mayor Kenneth Oka, oi Miami Beach, signs a proclamation
declaring May 1 to June 15 as the official period of the "1962
Zionist New Membership Drive." while Josh Rephun, pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Zionist District, looks on. Greater
Miami Districts of the ZOA are offering as a first prize in the
drive a free trip to Israel. Herman Weintraub and Al Lefko-
witz will be chairmen of the drive for the Miami Beach District.
Other district membership chairmen are Bernard Katz, Bran-
deis District of Miami Beach; Charles Freedfield, Miami-Gables
District; Isaac Donen, North Dade District; Paul Raymond,
the YafLs; and Jacob Harrison. Broward Zionist District.
"Get to Know Us' Sparks
Hebrew Acad. Open House
Youth Groups
At Beth Israel
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. sp.ri-
.1 leader of Beth Israel Congre-
gation, has announced that a chap-
ter of the National Conference of
vna"iH'M(. Youth ,f''l'......' "'"'
the Union of Orthodox Congrega-
tions of America, has been formed
teen-agers of the congregat-
Officers elected at a meeting in
the home of Alexander Moskovitz
Sandra Lipinan, president;
Mmlom Streicher. vice president:
icy Saltz. recording secretary;
Melvin Lerner, corresponding sec-
retary; and Randy Goodman,
treasurer. .Morton Mayberg is the
chapter's adult advisor.
Plans are now being made fof
c i legates from the group to attend
the Southern regional convention
to be held in Atlanta on May 4
i-nd 5.
An "Open House Month" with
the theme. "Get to Know Us," has
been scheduled by the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami start
ing Tuesday. May 1. in conjunction
w.th the 14th anniversary of the
State of Israel and the 1962453
opening and registration of the new-
ly-constructed school at 24th st. and
Pine Tree dr., according to Louis
Merwitzer. president of the school.
The one-million dollar structure
will be open daily from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m.. throughout May. for visitors
to tour and inspect the school. Of-
ficial registration for the coming
school year begins May 1. Samuel
Reinhard. chairman of admissions
said, and enrollment is expected to
jump about 100 students. Present-
ly. 320 youngsters attend the He-
brew Academy.
The new \c-i'l""iv n1| to offer
more grades, better transportation
si i vice for students, and a com-
plete background class for new stu-
dents
For the first time. Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross announced, the
Academy will have a nursery for
pre schoolers, with a morning and
afternoon session every day. Also
junior high students who have
had no formal Hebrew education
will have a class in H-brew
background studies for half day
and regular English studies ev-
ery afiernoon.
The September semester will also
have complete transportation pro-
vided for students living in Miami
Beach, Miami, So. Miami, W.
Miami and No. Miami Beach. A
fleet of seven busses will handle
the task.
When the month-long open house
and registration begin May 1, it
will be the first chance most local
residents will have of seeing the
new school which was dedicated in
March. The first move is expected
to take place during that time,
v ith complete transition finished at
the beginning ot the September
emcsler.
Notables Join
Cardiac Group
Leo Robinson, president of the
National Children's Cardiac Hospi-
tal, has announced formation of a |
' sponsors' committee.
"The committee," declared Rob-
' inson, "includes recognized author-
ities in many fields, and their In-
' terest in the work this hospital is
doing is bound to aid us immeasur-
ably."
Among those accepting appoint-
ment to the sponsors' committee
have been Miss Faith Baldwin, au-
thoress, of Conn.: Mavor Koberi F
Wagner, New York City; Mrs. Will-
iam Randolph Hearst, jr., of New
York; Gov. John A. Volpe, of
'.Mass.; Gov. Bert T. .Combs, ot
Ky.; Sen. B. L. Bartlett. of Alas.;
' Dr. Rene J. Dubos. of the Rocke-
; feller Institute for Medical Re-
1 search, N.Y.; Sen. Edward V. Long,
Mo.; Sen. Warren G. Magnuson,
Wash.; Congressman Robert N. F.
1 Sikes, of Crestview. Fla.; Congress-
. man Wm. C. Cramer, of St. Peters-
burg. Fla.; Sen. Spessard L. Hol-
| land, of Fla.; Sen. Homer E. Cape-
I hart, of Ind.; Sen. Estes Kefauver,
of Tenn.; Jack Benny; Sen. Ralph
W. Yarborough, of Tex.; Sen. Mil-
ton R. Young, of N. D., and Rabbi
living Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
El, Miami Beach.
According to Robinson, construc-
tion work on the hospital's new
buildings in the Metropolitan Med-
ical Center is proceeding "on
schedule," with completion antici-
pated for early fall.
Tempi'1 Menorah inst-illed of-
ficers, directors and advisors for
18*32-63 during last Friday evening
services conducted by Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz.
Officers installed were Maur-
ice Revitz, serving his third suc-
cessive term as president; Leon-
aid Solomon, vice president; Louis
DeCoveny, treasurer; Jack Bur-
stein, secretary; Louis Reinstem,
financial secretary; Joseph Den-
mark, assistant financial secretary;
Max Krauss, honorary president;
Morris Black, Sam Fuchs, Sam
Goldstein and Abe Selecoff, hon-
orary vice presidents.
Elected to the board of directors
are Robert Bloch, Michael Bron-
siein. Himen Fenster, Sol Frankel,
Sidney King, Jack Korenblit. Leon-
ard Rosen. Harry Rosenfeld. Irv-
ing Schulman, Al Sherman. Sam
Shiftman, Herman Solomon, Saul
Strachman and Maurice Weil. Serv-
i ing for'a second year on the Board
1 are Ben Alter. Elsie Belsky, Mor-
;j C. Berger, Nate Glickman. Al
Granoff. Emanuel Lebowitz, Oscar
Lelchuk. Sam Malow. Jacob Matz,
Charles Sommer and Jerry Suss-
; man.
Also on the board are past pres-
idents Al Mechlowitz and Aaron
Goldman
Schworfzman fo be Speaker
Louis Schwartzman will be guest
speaker at Friday evening services
of Temple Adath Yeshurun this
week. Schwartzman is executm
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. He will discuss Educa-
tion of Our Youth."
Miami Airman
Arrives in France
Capt. Melvin L. Mendelsohn, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mendel-
| sunn, 2328 SW 21st Ter.. Miami, has
arrived at Chateauroux Air Station,
| France, for duty with an Air Force
Logistics Command unit.
Capt Mendelsohn, a pilot, is
assigned to the 7120th Support
Squadron. He was previously as-
signed to McGuire AFB. N.J.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
School, he attended the University
of Florida. A member of the Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity, the captain
entered trie service in April. 1954
His wife is the former Vicky A.
Bice, of England.
Roth at Emanu-ll
Burnett Roth will be guest speak
.r at the Youth Breakfast of Tem-
ple Emanu-Kl on Sunday morning
Roth, cha.rman of the Florida
board ot the Anti-Defamation
! League of B'nai B'rith. will discuss
"Radical Right A Challenge to
' Human Relations."
"Sura" is the name that charter members of
the Hebrew Academy Junior High Department
have selected for their new chapter off the
National Honor Society. An anciant citv in
Babylonia, Sura was known for beinq the
center of one of the greatest academies of
Jewish learninq. The seven charter members
were inducted at a ceremony conducted by
Donald Swartz, assistant piincipal of the Eng-
lish Department. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal, delivered the charter to the group.
Shown (left to right) are Academy students.
Mi-hcel GewilT, living Jaccby, Miriam Weiss,
Robert Galbut. Aaron Friedman, William Leff.
Carol Estarman and Donald Swartz. assistant
principal, Hebrew Academy; and Mesivta stu-
dents, Ivan Esterman. Stuc.-t Werner and Lar-
ry Ciment.


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Z- Mc_V 4. 1962
University of Miami Schedules Summer
Pop Concerts Featuring Top Performers
A. J. Harris (left;, president of the Greater Miami Jswish Fed-
eration, studies an architect's drawing of the creatly-expanded
Jewish Home for the Aged at 151 NE 52nd st. The drawing
-s held by Circuit Judge Irving Cypen (left), president of the
Home, and Baron de hirsch Meyer, chairman of the building
fund committee.
Arvey to Chair
Dinner Committee
Col Jacob Arvey ha> accepted
the chairmanship of the inaugural
dinner committee for the Jewish
Home for the
i building
fund, according
I <> Baron d e
Hirsch M e yer,
chairman. The
function will be
held May 8 at

The dinner will
launch the effort
to obtain SfiOO.000
from th( Gr<
li comm
Home from 105 to 225 be Is, M<
said.
The Hume plans to add two new
floors to its present structure, and
build a new administration build-
ing.
Honored at the dinner will be
Mrs. Jack A. Ablin for the pioneer-
ing work she and her family car-
out in establishing and supporting
the Home, according to Circuit
Judge Irving Cypen. president.
Serving on the building fund com-
mittee under Meyer are Mrs. Fay
Ablin. Sidney Ansin. Col. Jacob
Arvey. Stanley Beckermen, Louis
Bresler. Shepard Broad. Jack
Carner. Judge Irving Cypen. David
Fleeman. A J. Harris. Sam Kane.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Stanley C
Myers. David Phillips. Jack Pop-
ick. Sam Rost. Judge Harold Spaet.
Carl Weinkle. and Julian Wienkle.
MRS. ABLIN
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'"Pop" concert- presented.by the
University of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra. Now in its 12th
season, the Pop" concerts will
feature nne guest conductors and
a host of top solis
Openinp concert June 10 will fea-
ture conductor Fabien Sevitzky,
music director of the Universit) Of
Miami Symphony Orchestra's regu-
lar series of winter concerts Guest
artist for this program will be the
well-known pian.st. Jesus Maria
Sanroma. who will return for his
eighth summertime "Pops" ap-
pearance.
Howard Barlow, famed conduc-
tor of radio and television, includ-
ing the highly-popular "Voice of
Firestone Hour," mounts the
podium for the season's second
concert on June 17. The soloist
will be Ruth Williams, meizo-
soprano, who has appeared in
opera in Cleveland, Philadelphia
and Miami.
On June 24. Paul Taubman. the
conductor who scored la
in an Ail-Gershwin program, will
return to the "Pop?" podium by
popular demand. Taubman will
three artists, tenor 1
Hutcherson. soprano Lucia Haw-
kins, and actor Avon Long, who
will perform rsh-
v in- "Porgj and Bess
a Fiorato, conductor of the
famed New York Cil Ballet Cen-
ter Orchestra. al>o will return for
.". urth succes jive n July
1 Featured soloist will be a lead-
ing tenor of the Metropolitan Opera
Company. Albert DaCosta, .. fav-
onte of Miami concert--
On July 8. Ethel Stark, organizer
and conductor of the Montreal
Women's Symphony, the only com-
plete all-woman Symphony Orches-
tra in the world, will make her
third local appearance Witt Miss Stark will be the eminent
pianist. Eugene List, who recently
performed for President and Mrs.
Kennedy a! the White House List.
currently celebrating his 26th anni-
versary on the concert staoe, has
appeared with all the major sym-
phony orchestras on four conti-
nents.
A newcomer to Miami Beach
"Pop" audiences is Harold Farber-
man, conductor who headlines the
July 15 concert. With Farberman
will be Sonya Balogh. violinist, who
will step up from her regular assist-
ft "nf"t""' p it.rm mlh.lkg
L'niversitv of Miami Symphony ir
a featured soloist role.
Frani Allers, of "My Fair
Lady" and "Camelot" fame on
Broadway, w:ll wield the baton
July 22, in a "Merry Widow" pro-
gram of light waltzes. Aiders
will be making his fourth suc-
cessive appearance at these con-
certs. He will be featured with
two outstanding vocalists, so-
prano Gloria Aliani, and tenor
William Diard.
Arthur Fiedler will make two suc-
cessive Sunday evening appear-
ances, on July 29 and Aug 5 ,iv,n
summer concert-goer- ^
bonus of the F.eoler type of mus,
eal pleasure. Fiedler, more th.
30 years conductor ol the Boston
Pops Orchestra, has selected^
year-old Joela Jones, an award
winning pianist from Miami h,
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Cedars Scores Notable Record
audio-visual materials and direct
mail."
"Top Com';.: '. wish Appeal leaders confer at a Passover
: ranch in the Eo'.ir.oral hotel. Left to right are Dan Ruskin,
rhairman c: mi Beach Residents Council, Cal Kovens,
f'A chairm m Shepard Broad, Morris Broad, and Leonard
r.csen, chairman ol the Over the Top Committee.
An impressive number of night-
time work hours devoted to meet-
ings, making phone calls and pro-
cessing of individual pledges has
been racked up by the development
fund staff of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital during the last nine-month
campaign period.
According to E. Albert Pailot,
chairman, and Harold Dunsky, di-
rector, "21 fund-raising functions
were organized and completed,
some 40 smaller events such as
luncheons, teas and cocktail parties
were sponsored and more than 2,500
people was taken on sightseeing
tours of the hospital during that
period.*'
"In addition," Pailot reported, "a
program oi public relations has
kept the community informed of
the building campaign and the hos- The spring campaign was. eli-
, Ti wmwna-Hc maxed with the President's Dinner
pital services, utilizing billboards,, Saturday evening, honoring hospt-
radio, and television, as well as I ta) presjdent Samuel T. Sapiro.
Gables Senior Wins Top Award
M | ;.,.. an 18-yi
al Coral Gables llish.
'.- vmm) in-', prize ol sioo in the
i.unty-wide high school editorial
spon .1 by 'lie Advertis-
f Club of Gr at r Miami, chap-
oi ii.i A Federation
America,
VVr.tii \dvertising and the
,. World," Martin is now elig-
tor a national grand prize ot
to, and an all expense-paid trip
the AFA h annual conven-
n in Denver i ol i next June.
Janel Man Cooper, 15, soph-
. ore ..! Miami Central High, won
. i :,(! ; $50; and Maria
; T ij : 19 -ophomore al
leer T Washington High, won
rd prize oi ">.">o
Awards were pn nl id al a tier Liver, b) 'In- Advertising Club
i Greater Miami in honor of the
.' mr on Wednesday at the Du-
t Plaza hotel
, les it Whitebrook is imme-
i ate pasl pn I ol the club, and
s im
Mia D lilj N'ews; !. s
. i Ber-
. First Nat: m il
K Hank v
Associates; an.! Miss Peg Savage.
Daily Sun.
Honorable mention winners in-
(liii.d Cathlin Anne Rank, North
Miami Senior H.gh; Phillip Car-
ey, Mays Senior High; Joel Myer-
gon, Miami Edixm Senior High;
Mimi Klein. Palmetto High; and
Joy Cherry. Southwest Miami
High.
Beth Am Camp
Opens June 18
Third season of Temple Beth
Am's day camp starts June 18 and
continues for eight weeks at 5930
No. Kendall dr.
Activities start daily at 9 a.m.,
until -1 p.m.. under the direction of
Mrs. John Balkany and a qualified
staff.
The new propram for -4 to 12-
\ear-olds includes daily Red Cross
swimming instruction, arts and
crafts, canoeing, nature study.
!. ncing and drama.
T-.-r,'- isual place.- are be-
; lanned. and special activities
.. iin ska1 m and h irs
Judaeans Will
Wind Up Season
A Maccabiah Olympic Field Day
will mark the closing of the sea-
son's activities for 30 groups of
Young Judaea of Greater Miami
and Hollywood to be held on May
6. 2 p.m., at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
Boys and girls of the groups witl
compete in relay races, tugs of
war. volley ball, three-legged races,
potato sack races, and other events
to help determine the outstanding
Young Judaea groups for 1961-62.
Points will also be g.ven for an ori-
ginal group song to be presented
at a rally immediately following
the Maccabiah.
Mrs. Gerald Soltz. chairman of
the South Florida Zionist Youth
Commission, will present awards to
the outstanding groups.
Young Judaeans will also be
featured in a television program
Sunday morning. May 13, at 10 a.m.,
on eli. 7. They will present songs
and dances ol Israel.
The South Florida Zionist Youth
Commission, parent body of Young
Judaea, operates groups through-
out Da;!e county and in Hollywood,
as well as the Young Judaea camp
in Hendersonville, N. C. for which
there are .-till a limited number
open to both Judaeans and non-
members.
This year Stefi Adler. Gail Miller,
and Barbara Vogel will attend na-
tional Young Judaea leadership
Camp Tel Yehuda in
v< ille N Y.
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Friday. May 4, lggj
Robert Kennedy Due at AJComm. Annual Meet
the
By Speciel Report
NEW YORK- Mtj Gen Robwl
F. K and Sen. Jacob K Jav-
1 will be amons tin? principal par-
ants at the American Jew-
ish Committee's 5*th annual meet-
on May 3 to 10. here
Caplan, of P
< nimittee president, announced
: :v will be the principal
aker at the Saturda) aight din-
ner, May 5.
Sen. Ja\its ill takf | art in a
pani on the recent up-
- rge 1 : anti-Semitic activity m
Soviet Joining him on
panel will Blake, of
tie. who recently re-
11 Union, and
m Brumber;. editor of the
1 S. In: A 1 :-> "'Prob-
lems of I
Caplan anrounced that David
SSer, New Ycrk attorney, will
serve as chairman of the annual
meeting. The four-day meeting
is expected to brirj together
communal leaders from through-
out the country. The Committee
has more than 60 chapters and
units in 6C0 communities.
-. '. neel
: A.I "S V r
ROBERT KiSNiDY
an L'1i rl ii M to Feeler.-::
Thurg Marshall mrmer
of the NAACP.
'!' aw ard, gii en anuuallj I
ie pnn-
- of human liberty, this year
I
g |vocat ol equality under
I] has argued and
red briefs in all NAACP
I the rights of Ne-
I 1 B until his appoint-
menl He has
32 tinu e the U.S. S .prime
1 nning 29 ol the cs
Other- received the
L : rtii 5 Meda
. in 1955 are
- in. Honorarj AJC
istrialist. philanthro-
1 ic and communal leader ol
more; Fr lohn LaFarge, S J .
fi under oi the Cat! Ii lerracial
. U; Dear. 1 'Id, ol
School: the late
: Sen. Herbei
H Lehman; I1 Xeibuhr.
L'nion Theolog-
I Ju Igi J 1
M Proskauer. honorary AJC pres-
ident.
One of the main concerns of the
SEN. JACOB JAVIJS
Copt. Weiner
At New Base
Capt Arthur C. Weiner, -on of
Mr and Mrs M rris Weiner. Toll
SW 57:h ave.. was reassigned to
! 1 kl urne Air Force Base in Ohio.
.duation from the
I S Air rce Squadron Officer
Apr. 13 at Maxwell AFB in
ima
A number of the National So-
cetj of Scabbard and Blade, the
received his BA from the
L'n ersitj ol Maryland. College
P rk He and his wife, the former
Patricia A. Dempsey. of OMmar
Manor. Md have two children.
David and Dana.
The Squadron Officer School, a
of the professional officer edu-
cation system of the Air University,
prepares young officers for com-
mand and staff positions at squad-
ron and wing level- Capt Weiner
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anual meeting, Caplan said, will
be the intergroup issues in Amer-
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education, religious observance in
pobtlc school classrooms, AJC's
role in community dessgregation
conflicts and anti-Semites and
their attempts to influence the
ultra-right movements.
The sessions \wll also consider
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its threat to American instituaiZ
and its special significance ,r .wl
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Iron Curtain Prejudice Varies in Strength
Formei President Harry S. Truman is honored at an Israel
Bor.d dinner in St. Louis for his historic role in the estab'ish-
n,e:.t and development of the State of Israel. Shown at the
dinner, which was attended by more than 1,200 persons, are
Mcrris A. Shenker (right), chairman of the St. Louis commit-
tee for Israel Bonds, and Mr*. Avraham Harman, wife of Is-
rae. s Ambassador to the United States, presenting to Mr.
Truman a silver Torah beasfplate in appreciation of his friend-
shir, for Israel.
Sinatra Center Set for Israel
By Special Report
NEW YORKr- Israel's Histadrut
organization this week announced
; .. .,n interfaitb youth center to
be b 'li in Nazareth will be named
..it-' Frank Sinatra. The entertain-
er i i become the second Ameri-
can so honored in this ancient Bifo-
Iti i pity with ;i building bearing
his i ame. The George Meany
Spi Stadium was erected there
last ; ar
.- tra will participate In ground-
ng ceremonies of the Frank
a Interfaith Youth Center on
4, with civic leaders, youth
epresentatives of the Moslem.
ian and Jewish taiths attend-
ii...:
Ma;
and :
Chr -
ir..
As the guest of Hisredrut's cul-
tural department, Sinatra will ad-
ditionally (flail such cities as Jer-
usalem, Beersheba, Haifa, Ein
Gev and Tal Aviv. In Tel Aviv
h* will attend the big May 9
Israel Independence Day festivi-
ties, following which he will be
honored by Histadrut at a cock-
tail reception.
Si tra plans to be available lor
beni: i performances at some ol
tin aces he will visit, which will
inch e a military camp.
S tra's Israel visit is a part
of his world tour for the benefit of
children and youth organizations,
which "ill also take him to Japan,
Greece, Italy, Monaco and Great
Britain beginning Apr. 10
Throughout his career. Sinatra
. been a crusader for a better
worid. and for better understand-
ing between peoples. Several years
ago he appeared on a Histadrut
telecast, lie has been prominently
active in many worthy causes. In-
cluding the national Polio drive
and the National Brotherhood Week
observation sponsored by the t'an-
ference of Christians and Jews, in
addtion to the Heart Fund and
man) other causes.
He has cooperated with such
campaigns as the Cancer Crusade.
Cedars of Lcbanon-Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital- (Los Angeles) lice bed care,
and systic fibrosis.
LONDON (JTAl Anti-Semit-
ism "varies in strength from coun-
try to country behind the Iron Cur-
tain hut il is present everywhere"
and "there is reason to believe it
is directed from Moscow," Daily
Telegraph asserted this week in a
report from Prague.
N'u one living in Czechoslovakia
can be unaware of the limitations
to which Jews are subject, even if
discrimination against them is far
less violent than when Stalin was
alive, the report, entitled "Jews
Under Communism," declares.
The report says it could not be
entirely fortuitous" that there is
"not a single Jew on the central
committee of the Czechoslovak
Communist Party and there are
very few Jews to be found in Gov-
ernment posis or in positions of
any Importance in the numerous
state enterprises "
One of the places where anti-
Jewish Prejudice appears most fre-
quently, according to the report, is
in the courts. Jews found guilty
of currency speculation or other
"economic offenses" invariably re-
ceive much stiffer sentences than
do non-Jews in Czechoslovakia.
The report said "one of the rea-
sons for this appears to be the
fact that the president of the
Prague district court is a well-
known anti-Semite." The report
added that although party and
police officials allowed their prej-
udices to affect their official be-
havior toward Jews, "the ordi-
nary people of Czechoslovakia,
with the exception of a few die-
hard anti-Semites in Slovakia, are
largely indifferent to Jews and
their problems."
Union were believed to be partly
the work of Aleander Poltimenko,
a Ukrainian official who, though
he collaborated with the Ger-
mans during World War II, is
now a senior official in the Sov-
iet Government department deal-
ing with religious affairs.
Our of llie worst features Of life
((: Jews in Russia, particularly in
the Ukraine, is "a deliberate at-
tempt" to frame them, the rept rl
as.cited "It is a common occur-
rence for Jews to receive circulars
in Yiddish or Hebrew, which few
(,f them understand, purporting to
come direct from Israel or from
the Israel Embassy in Moscow,"
the report slated The circulars.
according to the report, "appeal to
' the receipients to take a greater
interest in Israel and Jewish af-
fairs. They are written in a
strongly anti-Soviet tone but in
language* that makes it instant >
apparent that they were concoct-
ed in Moscow."
The report added thai Soviet
Jews were "now aware of these
f-ikes and hand them to police i
soon as they arrive but at the
ginning several Jews were commit-
ted to prison for not reporting they
h;d received such material a I
doze::- wen- interrogated on a -
picion ol tad with a I m ig i
power. It is m ; easy to be a
under Communism," the r L
concludes.
Opera Guild
Elects Officers
At a meeting of the executive
hoard of the Opera Guild of Great-
er Miami last week, the following
new officers were elected:
Mrs Jams Genty. jr.. president;
Radford K. Crane, chairman,
board of trustees.
N, magnificent RST
8:15 EM.
MIAMI
Kennel Club
The report added that while there
were no current indications that
the Czech regime planned to pu
restrictions on attendance at syna-
gogues, a recent circular issued by
the Government Office for Relig-
ious Affairs commented that "of-
ficials of the synagogues use the
services mainly as an opportunity
to get together and discuss their
problems."
The situation in Hungary is sim-
ilar, the report asserted, but in
Romania "open anti-Semitism and
Zionism are written into the legal
code as a criminal offense. Sen-
tences of ten years and more in
prison for illegal frontier crossings
are daily occurrences. Most of
the offenders are people who want
to get to Israel." The report add-
ed that there were still plenty ot
officers among the Rumanian po-
lice who were members of the anti-
Semitic Antonescu Iron Guard and
their attitude toward Jews is the
same as it was before the war
In Poland, according to the sur-
vey, there is considerable anti-
Semitic feeling but Polish authori-
ties are on the whole reasonable
about permitting emigration to
Israel or to re-join relatives aboard.
In Bulgaria, there are only a lew
hundred Sephardic Jews left. There
are about IS Jewish families living
in Tirana, the capital of Albania.
The report asserted that re-
cent measures taken against the
Jewish religion in the Soviet

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rJewistFkridliar
Friday,
Members of the Bav Harbor Residents Division meet at a
Passover brunch on behalf of the 1962 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. Left to right ere Benjamin Sharps, Sam Pollock. Dan
Ruskin. and Sam Botway. Ruskin is both co-chairman of
the Bav Harbor Division and over-all chaiiman of the Miami
Eeach Residents Council. _____________
Miami Branch Names Director
Charles Plotkin has been ap-
pointed branch director of the
Miami YMHA Branch, it was an-
nounced by Efraim H Gale, execu
tive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
This is one of four branches of
the Center, a beneficiary agency Oi
the Comb.ned Jewish Appeal an_
the United Fund.
Associated with the On'er for
the last five years, Plotkin was
first director of the senior citi-
zens department. A graduate of
the University of Pennsylvania
school of social work, with a Mas-
ter's degree in group work, he
was previously associated with
the Jewish Community Center in
Gloyercville, N.Y., as program
director.
In his new capacity. Plotkin will
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UF Appoints More Leaders
Two more community leaders
have been enlisted by United fund
to head campaign divisions in the
1962 fall campaign, according to
ia i Kislak.campaign chairman.
M M BriSCO, president of Inter-
national Petroleum Co an affiliate
of Standard Oil. who last year serv-
ed as vice chairman of the Fair
Share Firms Division, will head a
division divided into five industries
manufacturing, mercantile,
mcrcial. transpotation and building
and construction.
Selecte-' to head the Manufac-
turing Division is James R. Brum-
by of the investment firm bea--
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active in United Fend work for
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character building agencies. The
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.. amount raised in Dade s
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he responsible for the total direc-
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He will also serve as director of
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riday. May 4. 1962
+Jewisli fhridliar
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FROM THE TALMUD
37. Charily
lEIiyahu Zuta. 1.
i ; cat is charity. It uplifts the
iiettibot, f>K.
Hi trim clwei hu eyes jjji'ki
;, charity i.s I'^f tin iaoldtor,
*
I 49-
Mi who dots charity and justice -
1 ... i he had filled the u
with \indness.
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B .. 9a
......i bei
i mat el with
worth
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High Purposes of Judaism
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s
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t : t ;
s ij$m "1oj?"io yoi
--:: .nnsni onyj dv h^jsj
Dnnn m^oj .ptn ^V?
'xVpnn npon-n'?1? udisii
d -|?a .niisv-nVma
latf" in?? ,niD33 "jnisn
mrs-i? nabi nlnsM ffns/J
D-fcis, nn na1? on ;n:n
?inj "7-in" |TPi no"TKn^ ns
vroy Tll^1? 3*3D7p .-inv
ipii^n D-p ,'w-n sons?
Dn^a^on-T? ***#
r-xiin D^npn am niDiini
:'->xp .mian "is1? niiinnx
.-rcian *^tf "a1? ^nwn nx
nnoian inx VIT- tln^Wftp
.-is") "T'^V cpinsD
?ii| fTi3 ? Iri ^ao?
neo-rrg nt aa ^w .nwi
-r-3 nt n;n i*1? v&pn
p-frn ntfia1? n^oa.rripirn
n-ra pirn dv mV l?1?
I .Wrnpp i^wfa n?,n1
:'-:'; 'jrtrna n^Boa x-n^
.DIBf
T
TRMJIATJON -
BY RABBI SAMUEL Z. JAFFE
Temple Beth El
This week's Scr.ptural reading
(Lev. XIX i encompasses the qum-
tessence <>f the entire Torah. its
very designation, "Kedoshim," un-
derscores Judaism's attitude to-
ward life and invests it: value sys-
tem with high spiritual purpose
ami content "Ye shall be Holy for
I the Lord, your God am Holy." is
the injunction whicn aominates the
whole ethical legislation in this
chapter, as indeed it permeates all
classic Babbinic literature.
What n instructs is that God .*..
the source of morality, the Power
that makes for righteousness Man
being a creature t the Divine,
must emulate God's ethical attri-
bute-, and strive to appropriate
them as a per- inal code ol conduct
governing one's social behavior.
Holiness then in Ju laism i not
an abstract mystic idea, a metaphy-
sical doctrine, incorporated in a
theological system, which would
separate man from God. It is rather a concrete ethical concept which
brings man closer to his Creator in all tilings that mark our mortal life.
Holiness is tak.n- the secular; the mundane, the prosaic, and elevating;
ii to a spiritual level. It is a regulative principle in the every day lives
of men which makes for the ennoblement and sanctilication of life.
Wl lie there prevail today philosophies which would urge men to
turn their backs upon society and flee from the world in order to attain
a mea ure of spiritual fulfillment, in Judaism holiness can be understood
only as it relates to specific acts of righteousness, justice and mercy as
they arc manifest .n society. Holmes, is realized through one's concern
for the needy, the oppressed, the lonely, the unwanted. It calls for a com-
mitment to the sanctity if human hie ana human dignity, and to the
assumption of social responsibility. All these values comprise the holy
life and emmanate from cur concept of the Holy God.
Rabbinic lore tells US 'hat upon the conclusion of ones earthly ad-
venture, the firsi question asked by the Heavenly Tribunal is not "Have
you performed the ritual?" but "Have you dealt honestly with your
fellow man?" Man thcretore. can achieve holiness only as he lives the
ethical life to the degree in which he involves himself in the workings
1 of society, and ir. the way his conduct reflects the Divine image im-
; planted within him.
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as prooT of
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I
AGUDATH
Orthodox
ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
RiIidi isaac ever.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yusko. president.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ve Con
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
! i la) vl" p.ni. Sal irduj 9 a.m. Bar
li: Dougla*, son "i Mr. and .Mr.-.
Isadori Maj era

BETH EL. 500 !>vv wtn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
K :,i. y Sal urdaj SO ,i m
s. i moil "L)ii in. Insplrai i' >n
--- ----
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative.
I i Ida) l". i' in Saturday B: r. ;i m

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
RABBI SAMUH JAM
Wizo and the Residents of Israel
On the road ahead of our car a
tractor was traveling, trailing be-
hind a wagon of girls and boys who
were singing at the top of their
voices. W drove alter them anJ
' ntered the agricultural school in
Nahlat Yehuda. We visited with tha
headmaster, the classes where boys
and g.rls were sitting and studying j
with great earnestness; they were;
learning what to do so that the
soil should give a bigger yield.
Around the instructor stood the
boys a Yemenite, two from Moroc-
co, two from Poland and one bom
in Israel. They were holding hoes
and rakes, and they were receiv-
ing the final instructions before
work. We asked the headmaster to
whom the institution belonged.
And his answer was: "This is one
ol the institutions maintained by
Wizo."
In Jerusalem, I agam encoun-
tered the Wizo emblem on a fine
large building. Perhaps this was
also an agricultural school? No! It
was a baby home. A white-cloaked
nurse stood holding a baby and
smiled. In answer to my question,
she told me that she had been look-
ing after babies for three years.
(Published by Brit Ivrit GUmit)
Readers of Yiddish in various
parts of the world, particularly in
this country, are celebrating this
year the one-hundredth anniversary
of the birth of Morris Rosenfeld.
a Yiddish poet who spent most of
his life in New York and much of
\< hose poetry was translated into
English.
Rosenfeld was known primarily
as "the poet of the sweatshop."
who sang Of the poverty and suf- '
fering of the Jewish immigrant
garment workers in New York
around the turn of the century.
Some of his poems were put to
music and were sung wherever
these Jewish immigrants gathered.
There was a poignancy to these
poems of suffering, a heart-rend-
ing poignancy such as no other
poet could evoke. For many years
Rosenfeld himself had shared the
poverty and wretchedness of these
sweatshop workers.
But Morris Rosenfeld was some-
thing mere than "the poet of the
sweatshop." While describing and
protesting against the misery of
the New York Jewish workers of
! those days, he also had in mind the
| sufferings of the Jewish people as
a whole and wrote some masterful
poems on the theme of Jewish na-
l tional redemption in a Jewish land.
[These latter poems will perhaps
i endure longer than the "sweat-
jshop" lyrics, since the sweatshop
was only a passing phase of Jewish
I immigrant life in one American
I city, while the theme of anti-Jewish
j persecution and the hope of Jewish
' redemption is still w ith us. even
though a Jewish State has come
into being.
In any event, the centennial of
the birth cf Morris Rosenfeld
serves again to remind us of the
great literature which has been
produced in the Yiddish language
l'iwMmMMWiiiiraii3iiatimiiii"M"ii"F"l'*|
This page is prepared in co
operation u'ith the Spiritual Ltad-
crs of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
! iy it ''> i> in Hatui day 8:30 i m.
Si i -1111.11 rhu I mi'.i n. l..-iu n '
s.i, r-.-d and he Saint

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Raobi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. 104tn si. ud NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
baum.
i-i i i : > 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. Israel In-
depi ndence t>aj aervlce. Ifouna Ju-
dea and local Klonixt groups il par-
ticipate liursl speakei Mist! Sandra
|bevj Saturda) 8:45 a.m. L'BTf Berv-
i. .
'
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.,
8755 SW 16th t 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.
F*rld) 8:15 p.m. uwmI Independence
l i.i% service. Sermon: "Israel in the
i |fe ,,i in. American Jew." Baturday
s:30 a.m. Sermon: "Portion ol the
Week." i'ii Mltivah: Duvid and Jon-
athan. w..n>. of Mi. ami Mr-. Bneloon
Roth,

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51it
pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander,
president. Cantor George Goldberg.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th t. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
GEMS OF WISDOM
Palestine has the %::c j; a c
cms of a
*
The Ho unll turn
.\nirh of Ab
>clj bmld Jerusalem an I
I
Mil"-
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In Basle I founded the |ei
/ ( -.. i :: toda;
[reeted with laughter bui
years pi rhaps -
i t rvone u ill see it. A
ij found
will <>/' the pe nate
T. ill k:i i>i\Hii -
*
The Land of Israel unll
but the people of hr-iel will muife
il great not in opulence but m
eminence will their destm> be ful-
filled, and the- tlixer of then .
will be distilled not out of dom
flung bi rderj but out of the
faithful and toilful building of -::-
d IO< :f.". -II I "

ave. Liberal. Raiibi Leon Kronislr.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon J id i.
and the Scientific Spirit." Car MIU
v-ah Jeffrey, Bon of Mi and Urx
(Illherl SI raun Morn n. non "i .'' -
Marlon Zukerman >

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N H
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. rlenrjf
B. Wernick.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon "Scare*
crowa." Saturdaj 8:30 a.m. Bar Mif.
vah: Oarj Kraeel.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi lrvn
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th ..
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday B:1B p.m. Sermon: "Will thA
Rellglona ,.I the World I'nite?"

TEMPLE JUDEm. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday B:1S p.m. Sermon "Antl-Sem-<
iiism' and Jewish Ideals." Sal
, io a in Bar Mttavah Stephen, ion
,.f Mr and Mr- lly Upaon.
durinj; a span of only two or three
generations. It is something of
which Jews may be proud, whe-
ther or not they can read Yiddish.
i
The Patient Teacher
Erubin, 54h.
Rabbi Penda had a pupil With
' whom he found il necettrj to re-
hearse a lesson manv. many times
before the latter comprehended it.
One day the Rabbi was hurried-
ly called away to perform a charit-
able act. Before he departed, how
. ever, lie repeated the lesson at hand
- the usual number of times, but on
I this occasion, his pupil failed to
. learn it.
"Why is it. my son." asljed Rab-
bi Penda. "that the repetitions this
time have been thrown away.'
The pupil replied. "Because. Mas-
ter, my mind U'as so preoccupied
With the summons you received to
discharge another duty."
"Well then." said the Rabbi.
I "let us begin again."
And he repeated the lesson again
the usual number of times.
Rabbi Penda u'as rewarded uith
j long life.
*
Pcsahim. 5.
A teacher should teach by a
I short method.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th:
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavtky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
i KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
Saturdaj 8:46 a.m Sermon: "Hollneaa
j i> i lodllnesa."
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmiat.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
i'ii.las 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker, Mil-
ton Miller, attorney, pasl president,
ind no legal ails i>.,r to the nti r
His topic is ill be "Law Day." Satur-
daj 10 a ill.

TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodntr.
Prldas ;" P"' Sermon: "What Is
:, Mira< le?" Saturda) 11:16 a m Bar
Mltivah: Jeffrey, ion "f I'r and Mrs
llarol.l WVImmn.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Finias 8:18 p.m Sermon: "The Pope,
in.- Jews, and the Ecumenical Coun-
cil." Satur.las 10:48 a.m.

TEIV.PLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland ]
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon- '
structionist. R a r. i i Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:18 p.m Sermon: "Israel's
nth Birthday Saturdaj 10 :'," a.m.
Sermon: "Do Jews Believe In Heaven
and Hellt"

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitx.
TEMPLE BEThTsKOUOM. 4144 Chase
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th sf.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Ab'a-n
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.

TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. aid
Tatum Waterway. Modern T'aii
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
lii.las- -i". p.m Queal speaker, Dr.
Aaron Kahan, head of the local Isi '
Bond office His tonic ssili be "I>r I
Impact hi."" the World's Seem?
mi cfaj 15 a in Bar Mlt*> ah Step
on .,r Mi an I Mrs Lawreni Wetn-
berar.

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAVU
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
I- rldaj 8:15 p m

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M! t.
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz
i.-, |daj :" P m. Sermon "The P il
Week i" the Light of the Sedn '
the Week." Ones Shabbal hoal 8 -
tern.....I Saturday 8 a.m. Berm
"To lay's Torah Reading and the I -1
servative Interpretation."
--------
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 3'it
Flamingo Way. Conservative. RaOlil
Leo Heim.

I TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora avo..
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, cm.,
tor.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wa>t
man.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Di i
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmeti. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Prldaj 18 p.m Bermon "Aftei <'<*
Holidays." Saturday 8 a.m Ones
.- habbal hoal: Blsterhood
------
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 sC.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staube--.
nu;::ni[u .in-ill-,;.;
CANDUUGHTM TIME
30 Nisan 6:39 p.m.


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9>Jm1sti Ffrridifur
Friday, May 4, \m
.....'*
Leaders of American voluntary overseas relief agencies hon-
or President John F. Kennedy for "his vigorous championship
of constructive assistance to the needy abroad" in a White
House ceremony recently. An illuminated scroll was pre-
sented the President by Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, United
Jewish Appeal executive vice chairman, in behalf of the
Catholic Relief Services, Church World Service, United Jewish
Appeal, American Friends Service Committee, CARE, Luth-
eran World Relief and the American Council of Voluntary
Agencies for Foreign Service. Joseph Meyerhoff, United Jew-
ish Appeal general chairman, is seen standing behind the
scroll with leaders of the other agencies.
California High Court Upholds
Ban on Bigotry in Business
SAN FRANCISCO (JTAi -
Tic California Supreme Court has
Upheld a state law banning discrim-
ination b> business establishments
<>l all kinds, including real e>tate
films The decision also held con-
stitutional the Hawkins ae: barring
discrimination in publicly assisted
housing
Chiel Justice Phil S. Gibson de-
clared in the opinion that '"discrim-
ination li'. housing leais to lack ot
adequate housing for minority
groups and inadequate housing
conditions contribute to disease,
crime and immorality
In a related case, tne court rul-
ed that a real estate broker who
tried in good faith to find nousfl -
for a member of a minority group
but failed could not be held liable
il he could not complete the trans-
action because ol the owner's re-
fusal to sell,
The San Francisco Board of Sup-
ervisors, which has before it a City
fair housing ordinance, was study
iug the Supreme Court decision.
The City Attorney was asked to
etermine whether the .-".ate anli-
I ias act upheld by the Supreme
Court prempted the field and made
h using discrim
lya state matte:
Suffer Addresses
Men's Mec*:r j
.lack nutter, assi.-tant director of
Dade County development commit-
sooke on "What the Dade
C( unty Commission .s Doing for
Florida" at a regular monthly
breakfast meeting of the Brother-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom.
Davul Drinker is Brotherhood
president, and Jack Wagner, the
program chairman.
Meeting took place on Sun
day, 10:30 a.m.. in the Temple an
diloriuni
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Bowies Lists Middle East Policy Needs Tq
NEW YORK (JTA) Four
basic ingredients" for an Ameri-
can policj lor the Middle East were
listed lure this week by Ambass
dor Chesti r Bow les ;t the biennial
convention ot the American Jew-
1.'; Congn ss
. Mi I;, ivies, President Kenne > -
; ecial advisor lor Asia. Africa ami
I -in America, returned recently
: 1 ,-n a Middlt East trip, IK" ii'i'l
Ihi 500 delegates lhat the "ba; t
dii im luded readme- j
1 ited StaU to help all na-
sii ea maintain their in-
dipi nd ise ol L'nited Natii
: im I 1 reduce tensions
Arab-Israel lisi
11 eru : ito open
: .Ml Mid le I
nations to d< ote less timi I
_ 5 | I
t0 solution 1 Iheir internal prob-
lems. and "a persistent, patient ef-
;, r: <> find me basis for Ai
Israel cooperation, no matter how
tentative.
He said he saw "some signs of
progress" in easing the Arab
refugee problem, citing current
efforts by Dr. Joseph Johnson,
special representative of the UN
Palestine Conciliation Commiss-
ion.. The Ambassador praised
the economic and industrial
growth of Israel as one of tr/
"most rapid rates of development
in the world." He called Israel's
foreign assistance program,
which includes more than 1,000
students from 52 countries study-
ing in Israel, a byproduct of the
Arab boycott.
The Ambassador also -aid there
was hope in three important but
unpublicized developments in the
area tin- "decline" of the appeal
of Communism, the adjustment of
United States policy with less
tenseness" in American-Middle East
n lalions. and a greater :
by Middle East nation- on Interna-
tional development and less "on
conflicts with their neighbors."
The convention was opened with
a report from its president. Rabbi
.1 'li 1 1 thai the organiza-
tion v >u : sponsor an "American-
.. .; .... Buc*' in Jeru>alem in
lum*
Revealing that 50o American
\ v s a- a Israelis, includnm
rime Minister David Ben-tiunon
and other members of the Israel
Cabinet, will participate in this
dialogue," Dr. Priiu said: "Phil-
anthropy is not enough"' to serve
:,- a meaningful link between
American Jewry and the people of
Israel cannot be built with dollar
bills only.'" he declared No gen-
sit j however unlimited, and no
[und-raising, however successful,
v ill build a lasting link between
Israi l and American Jewry unless
we create personal contacts be-
tween American Jew- and the citi-
zens ot Israel."
1 hi se contacts.*' ho added.
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and sentimentality only. They
t consist oi mutual interest and
mutual respect and
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Candidates in Various Races Seek Voters' Favor
Greater Miami goes to the polls Tuesday to r?gifter their choic
mge of contest.-, from U.S. Senator to seats on the D trie County Board
isl oi candidates.seeking election, their backgrou.nl and statements
hich they are making bids. (For similar listings, see Sec. A and R.I
cs for candidates running in a wide
01 Public Instruction, Following is
the issues involved in the races in
Judge Gene Williams
Judge Gene Williams announced
.. campaign for reelection to the
! court of record at a re-
[piion in his honor at the Ains
i bldg. Athletic Club recently,
edged his "'continued devo-
in ;i fair and impartial ju-
i-iary. with justice to all for the
all "
Williams, 45. a judge in Dade
ntj since 1955. served in the
ml of crimes from 1955 to 1957.
1957, this was changed to crim-
irt (il record, and Williams
tas roclected to his second four-
ar term
He attended Little River Ele-
mentary and Miami Edison Hiyh,
,md graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami law school in
13.
Following service as a navigator
id War II. Williams returned
Miami and the private practice
law until 1953. when he was ap
ted assistant slate all,nicy.
: -,! to bench two years later by
i \ LcRoj Collins,
i tirrentlj president of the Civil
Criminal Court ol Record
i Assn., he has been presi-
11 of the Miami Junior Chamber
Commerce, vice president of the
lorida Stale Junior Chamber of
ommerce, secretary of the Dade
unity Bar Assn a member of
te City of Miami Ions-term eapi-
il improvements committee, and
ctor in the Miami Lions Club
: the University of Miami Alum-
Asn.

Vn active layman in the Episco-
t'liurch. Judge Williams re-
- with his uili' and three chil-
Bt 9500 SW 60th ct.
Judge William Meadows, Jr.
ludge William A. Meadows, jr.
- announced the appointment ol
m a Foosaner i.> head in- < ir
Court race in Dade county.
saner, an attorney, has been
in local civic affairs since
M actuating lrom the University of
mi in 1952.
In accepting the appointment.
im r stated that he was "proud
pleased to work for a man of
Meadows' (me reputation
proven interest in his commu-
Meadows' campaign is being eh-
il from Central Headquarters
666 SW 27th ave.
Appointed to tne Circuit Court
h by former Gov. LeRoy Col-
- in 1960. the 42-year-old ex-
Marine major and former Assistant
Slate Attorney "has had wide ex-
perience as both defense counsel
and prosecuting attorney in crim-
inal cases an.l as trial counsel be-
lore civil courts,'' according to his
si pporters
A graduate of the University oi
M ami law school, .Indue Meadows
i- married to the former Evelyn
Carpenter, oi Jacksonville, and the
father of two sons, Danny, 9 and
Guy, 5,
While at the UM, Meadows was
an officer of Phi Delta Phi legal
fraterrvty, and was named to
Omicron Delta Kappa, leadership
fraternity. He is a member of
the Dade County Bar Assn., Flor-
ida Bar and American Bar Assns.
He is also a member of the Moose'
.lid in 1958 was recipient of the
Lion's Club award for 'distinguish-
ed and unselfish service given to
llu club while serving with out-
si. inding leadership, vision and
ability."
Pasl president of the South M-
am Lions Club, he is a member ot
tin board of directors of the Dade
Count) Lion's Eye Bank, past chair-
man ol the W"< -lev Foundation, and
a Sunday school teacher at South
Miami Methodist Church.
James W. Hiqh
.lame- W. (Jimmy) High. 53, Mi-
ami insurance man and former Mi-
ami City Commissioner, has qual-
ified as a candidate to represent
the City of Miami on the Metro
County Commission.
A resident here since 1936. High
lives with his wife, Helen, and son
John. 15. at 842 SW 12th ave. A
daughter, Ellen, is studying lor a
Masters degree in chemistry at
Clrmson College.
Both a Navy and Marine Corps
veteran. High studied business ad-
ministration at the University of
Florida and attended the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania and La Salic
Extension University in Chicago.
In his platform, High promises
lo find out why the elliciencv and
economy that i- possible under
the Metro charter has not been
accomplished; stop waste of tax
dollars for things people don't need
and payment of tax dollars for
things they don't get: eliminate,
through cooperation with the Tele-
phone Co. and the FCC. the 30 cent
tell charge in portions of Dade
county."
mi-sioner of Florida Inland Navi-
gation District.
in announcing his candidacy,
Goldberg said that this post, which
has jurisdiction over the inland
waterways from Jacksonville to the
\ I v 1 I I........ I ''H.' of
Dade county, yet has not cost the
_.,.. .1..;, i \-.' .
(lwn< r of the Ra> shore Club **<*
tel at 11900 No. Bayshore dr.. Gold-
berg is a U.S. Navy veteran and a
r ol the ^noenl Order of
ihe Deep He is president of the
Metropolitan Taxpayers Assn., past
president ot the Sans Souci Estates
Assn a member of the Chamber
of Commerce, the National Society
oi Professional Engineers, the
American Society of Civil Engi-
neers. and the American Society id
Planning Officials.
Forrest Maur-r
Forrest Maurer. candidate for
Metro Commission, District l. this
v. "that would solve ihe trash collec-
tion problem in the unincorporated
I ,, as ol Dade county, and at the
same time provide new areas for
park and recreation development
in the future."
The proposal "would reduce
costs iii both area- ot endeavor and
vastly improve the efficiency of
trash collection service, which is
under heavy attack by home
owners in the western unincorporat-
ed areas of Dade county
Maurer. speaking to the Miller
Heights Civic Assn., said that "one
ol the major factors causing inade-
quate trash collection is the dis-
tance the trash must be hauled and
then dumped after being picked up
The amount of time spent in the
hauling and dumping accounts for
many, many hours of truck use and
wasted man hours."
Maurer proposed that "we begin
using rock and borrow pit- now
owned by the county in which to
dump the trash. Virtually every
unincorporated area of Dade coun-
ty has these unused pits which are
standing a- nothing but an attrac-
tive nuisance to youngsters "
The same procedure, he -aid. can
be followed in using low land now
owned by the county in which to'
dump the trash. This land could
thus be reclaimed and new areas
oi development created."
Paul J. O'Neill
Paul J. O'Neill. Republican can-
didate for Congre-s. District :;. was
honored at a coffee last week at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin B.
Schwartz. 570 NE 179th dr.. No.
Miami Beach Mrs. Bernard Shum-
iner was CO hostess.
O'Neill declared that "1 have no
obligations and owe no favors to
anyone" in a statement on why he
was running lor Congress,
The candidate also reviewed his
principles with respect to foreign
aid. medicare, farm program, gov-
ernment assistance to education,
and the Defense and State Depart-
ments.
I heartily disapprove ol fed
pral intervention in every aspect
of our live-." O'Neill told th.
i ring "Witness the tact that -even
million farmers have asked to be
reoa.-ed from government control
and subsidies."
The candidate al-o dcilared that
"the government owns 19.000 busi-
ncsses which compete with small,
independent firms at a loss to them
of $30 billion annually."

John J. Ouinn
John J. Quinn. attorney and
writer, has announced his candi-
dacy for the School Board'from
District 2.
A veteran oi World War II. Quinn
holds degrees in business and law
from the University of Alabama
and a Master's degree in law from
the University of Michigan. He t-
a member of the Dade Counts
Young Democrats and the Loyal
Older of the Moose
Quinn said that "as the father ot
four children. I am very much in-
terested in the quality of the educa-
lion that our children are receiv-
ing. It is not enough that we have
buildings and other facilities. We
must return teaching of the basic
academic studies to the classroom
Our tax dollars are collected by
I the School Board on the assump-
' tion that our children are to he
taught 1 intend to see that not
on, cent of that money is wasfd
I also intend to see that every child.
v lute or colored, receives the same
education at the same schools and
bv the -ame teachers. Our future
Pis in the future of our children.
Their destiny is ours to mold now."
Stanley Goldberg
Stanley "Stan" B. Goldberg
engineer and professional planning
consultant, has qualified for elec-
tion in the May 8 primary for Com-
Elect Judge Jack M.
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Friday. May 4, ]*

Marseilles Huge Port of Entry for Fleeing Jews
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA1 Since the end
of the war, Marseilles has served
as the main port of departure for
Europe's surviving Jews. Over half
a million embarked there to flee
the persecutions and the memories
vi the Old World's holocaust for a
new life in a new country
Now. the old Phoenician harbor
on the Mediterranean Sea has be-
come a point of arrival. Ten th
sand Tunisian Jews, fleeing II
homes, have reached it sin
Eizerte crisis. July last.
By a string* paradox, the pier
of the Trans-Mediterraneon Line
whose ships ply between Prance
end North Africais adjaceni to
That of the Israel Zim Line, from
* hich hundreds of thousands have
eft for Israel. It looks grey and
nsmal in the cold winter ram.
The first view of France the
refugees have is that of a few
customs and police sheds, in front
t' which a small crowd of rela-
"ives and friends are massed.
Behind an improvised desk, offic-
ials of the local Jewish welfare
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I am proud of the part I have
played in reducing rates en
your gas, lights, and telephone,
resulting in several millions of
dollars in refund checlcs and
Jcwer bills for thousands cf cus-
tomers served by these utilities.
JERRY
WILL KEEP
FIGHTING
FOR YC'J .
Continue This Progreij
JK-ftfCT
JERRY W. CARTER
FLA. RAILROAD &
FU3.IC UTILITIES COMMISSION
Group 2
(Pud Polmctl ACvertistmet '
For the first tinif sra the cre-
ation of Israel another country is
receiving the hulk "f leu--'1'
1 ( meni Tin thoui
.-. ',:, ';,.i i. 1 d their
; i'r,t Biserte i
I .
fund and social workers consult
their lists, occasionally lifting
their hea^s to look at the ap-
proaching ship pulled by a tug
ccross the harbor's dark waters.
( Is ;i long, plaintive siren
port workers t;x the tion boards and down "they"
The eternal and tragic pic-
lur< of reiugees on the move:
carrying pots and parcels.
a baby in their arms.
' Iren tense and nervous, men
ng to their heavy suitcases,
iii arms full of coats. A few eld-
, people .'iv helped down the
tlipperj planks by .-ocial workers.
pital cases are carried down
- > etchers.
Why They Left
Thi arrive for their new life
ne dinar (the equivalent
. $2.00) in their pockets, and no
fo (.I-!-, currency whatsoever. Most
: thi 1 manage to take with them
1 few pieces of family jewelry and
jo quantities of new winter
^ lothing,
They look well fed and well dress-
ed Most of them belong to the
rous middle tla.^s: shop-
irs from Sfax. bank and in-
1 officials who once worked
;..: the large French corporations,
lernment officials from Tunis.;
from Bizerte.
The rich and the poor have -lay
behind; the former because ihey
re unable to dispose of their prop-
5 and business! ..: .1 con-
- .. a ss; the latter, because
1 an too poor even to afford
fare and Ihe heavy winter cloth-
I they w ill need in France.
In spite of their former pros-
'y those not expected by rel-
atives cr friends queue up before
. tlfare fund desk in the port.
Most wart a small loan to pay
fo- a taxi into town and for their
first nights at a local hotel,
""hey stand, in the cold drinle,
'-, ?- (lightly ashamed. "I
nevei '' I'd ee me down to
3Cd
" U Is .... His wife, .iccom-
-atved by two c!-;ldren in their
It i; better, how-
r, than staying en in Tunisia."
f then

ind
1 bark on a new
- .
\i al and feel that
ini 1 ssantly mo\
'ion. since the
veen Tunisia
the Arab League, we know that
r< numbered." a former
After Bourguiha Nothing
An economist, who served for
any yean a- head of the Gov-
ernment's Investment Authority.
For long we relied on Bou'r
uiiha. but with the stcrt of the
Bizerte crisis we felt that he was
losing his grip. The Destour's
(main political party 1 Young Turks
are taking over. We believe them
to be xenophobic and anti-Jew-
ish." A woman in the queue
breaks in. 'Bourguiba is mortal like
all of us. And after him there is
nothing left for us."
A few more cite instances of dis-
crimination and anti-Jewish meas-
ures Police brutalities are also
evoked Nothing definite, however.
and most of the cases recalled have
i ppened "to someone 1 knew very
well and who is trustworthy "
By East European standards of
murder and brutal persecutions,
all the cases cited above may
seem mild. For the Tunisian Jews
they denote, however, a violent
break with their past of coopera-
tion in confidence with their Mos-
lem neighbors. The Bizerte crisis
was the traumatic shock which
dispelled their illusions. Many
thought at the time "if this can
happen to the French who are
powerful and well protected, this
will happen to us too." And, in a
few instances, police brutalities
and acts of petty discrimination
have occurred.
Usually these measures are in-
spired not by direct anti-Jewish
motives but by general policy
Tunisia is a Moslem Arab country
the constitution's Paragraph STx
clearly states the will of the Tun-
isian nation "to remain faithful to
tin teachings of Islam, to the unity
of the Grand Maghreb, to its unity
with the Arab family of nations"
-and many Jews feel that this ten-
dency becomes more concrete with
eyery passing day.
Economically the Jews have been
hard hit. Mainly members of the
middle class, they have suffered
incomparably more than the rest
of the population from the string-
ent economic restrictions adopted
by' the Government. Tunisia is
uradually turning to a planned
economy which spells the death of
the average tradesman. Middle-
men are fast disappearing, and
artisans who catered to the luxury
trade, consisting of French settlers
and official-, have lo-t their only
clients Following the nationaliza-
tion of the country's live largest
hanks, many Jewish bank officials
lost their jobs.
Gates May Close
Even it no; threatened in their
immediate security. Jewish farm-
lu- fear for their children. Al-
ready, youngsters experience con-
siderable difficulty in attending
hit'h schools and universities. A
(ie facto' numerus clausus prevails
in state institutions; the Jewish
schools such as the Alliance Is-
raelite Universelle and ORT are
constantly being Arabized.
Over all these factors looms the
fear that the country's gates may
on. day close on them ,h
have on their Moroccan br.hW
Shortly before the end ,H.
rumors circulated that th rZ
eminent was about to adopt ml
*"!' *** j* w!
their departure at eoniidtribL
sacrifice to escape before it !
too late.
The French consulates in -p
isia grant visas on thi
Tunisian Jews, and the authors
are not trying to prevent their dtl
parture for the time being, \(A
categories of people, terned i^l
pensable.' such a- -, I. I
and engineers, are not sr^l
their passports, however Trawl
documents are obtainabk in ','\
to three weeks after rphcatnj
but Jews, like all departinj. citJ
zens and tourist-, an .1
to export local or foreign < rrenrtl
and must pay exit dues "n the|
belongings.
As part of the general economic I
measures, they must also b
granted special permission ',
take with them all trucks ind ]
crates of more than a certain
standard siie. In all fairness it I
must be added that this measure*
applies to all departing Tumsuns I
and non-Jewish foreigners.
And so they arrive in Mam \
cften alone and lost ..[
world which greet- thi I
familiar cold, rain ... I
troubles and difficulties I
over. Three main questinns loonl
large ahead ot the |
papers, work and |i
PULL LEVER 35B
ON MAY 8th
VOTE FOR
Carl L Libby
Resident of So. Florida Since 1937
Beard of Public Instruction
Group 3
.
My Sincere Thanks
for Your Vote of Confidence,..
... to the Dade County Bar Association, who recently polled
its 2000 lawyer members throughout Dade County. The results
of ihe poll showed a landslide of 5-1 favoring Judge Berkman
over his opponent as "Well Qualified" for Justice of the Peace.
More than .SOOO people appeared before Judge Berkman in 1200
cases during his current term of office as Justice of the Peace.
Hundreds of these people have Called and written, offering their
Support for Judge Berkman.
*.......... ********** keep **********...........
JUDGE lason BERKMAti
Justice of the Peace-5th District
Pull Lever 43 A May 8th
-.


piiday. May 4. 1962
* /r w**#? Meridian
Page 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVF3N that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
.iih"'s under the fictitious name ol
,v T ENTERP1UZES ;>t 1203 Mar-
, i'l. s Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, I
.mis to register said name with
I'IueK at ib' Circuit Court of Dftde
Florida.
EDWARD l MARK US,
sole owner
elander ;i n 1 Burnett,
. in, Lincoln Road isidg.
: Beach, Ploi Ida
nevi for M A T Enterprlies
I 13-20-27, I
NOTICE QY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ItLtVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1238
tMoNA M. WALSH,
Plaintiff
|, |i wcis H WALSH,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
n FRANCIS H. WALSH
Address unknown
You, FRANCIS I'.. WALSH, are
I j notified thai a inn of Com- I
! nit" for Divorce has been filed I
-i you, and you are required t>.
nerve ii copy of your Answer or Plead- i
to tin' Hill of Complaint on ilie ,
rlalntlff's attorney. Charles M Kelly,
_'. E, 1th Ave., Hlaleah, Ha., and]
: i, the original Answer or Pleading
in tli. office of the Clerk of the Clr-
. lit Court "ii or before the 16th ,i.i>
Maj. 1962. If you fall t" do so,
men! by default will be taken i
-t you for the relief demanded!
I,. Bill "f Complaint.
Thin notice shall be published
. .h week for four consecutive weeks
I UK JEWISH KM HUMAN.
In IXE AND ORDERED al Miami.
la, this '.mi day of April, A D.,
Mmu
BY HENRY LEONARD
"But Rabbi, Lester forgot his tallith."
Copr. 1967, Doytnu Production*
LEGAL NOTICE
E R LEATHERMAN, C erk.
' nit Court, Dale I Court Seal) onnt y Floi da
By N A. HEW BTT
l leputy i lerk.
' > M. Kelly.
i: ih ith Avenue, Florida
N. V foi Plaintiff
i ; '. !0 27 5 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
Kin i. desiring I i age In
the fiditlous Ham. of
::: \l. HOMES al L'fMSSl NW 2nd
Sol i |i Mlti ml, Elorl la Intends
i said ii.i in. wll Ii the 'lerk
!' the Circuit Court of Dade County,
it Ida.
AMERICAN STAN!'MID INC
Ity: Edmund N. Analn. President
K ANNER A- KANNBR
11) Aai.-ii M. Kanner
Vttorneys for American Standard, Inc.
Security Trust Bldg.
32, Florida
1 13-20-27, 5 I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4330
I A'-' ill KORMAN,
IIERMINE F'ORM \N.
Deli
I', i: H< nine I rman
Nil ii, Kel &
Sai nma n '. I'
.
KtllBKlOll, I
ire herd lhal
..I i 'ompl in.i foi DiMirc,
il.il and yi
i in wrvi .. copy
i r or Plea line to thi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4371
cari ii, i' << n.yi 11 r,
I i., mill,
v .
i:i SENE '' i'i II.Ql'ITT.
in I. mi
I'i i: Kin., lie i' Colqultt
Route -'. DaueVIIle, Alal
You, Bugi in i 'olqull I
i ) in tlfl. i i. it u llili oi oniplnli i
ior I ilvorce has been filed agi Insl
nd you ai e n null ed to servi .
copy ol '.our Answer or Pleadlns to
ih.. Bill of Complaint on the plaint-
|i' .Mi", ii. \. Ms v v Ho dfarb, ""7
Mis ayne Uldg., Miami. Florida and
ii,- the original Answer "i Pleadlnn
in the office ol the Clerk of I i
iiiit Court on or before the Kith day
of May. 1962. If you fail to do Bo,
judgment b> default ill be taken
against you for tin- relief demanoeu
in th. Hill ..I Complaint.
Kins notice shah i>. published onci
each week for foui consecutlvi weeki.
,n THE JEWISH F'LORIIHAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 23rd da) of April, A.D.
1962.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Com t. I lade 'ount> I Ida
(seal) By: M. < AVAI.AIUS
l leputy Clerk
MAX A GOLDF Alii:
:.ii7 Hi-, a ne Bldg
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4 27. 3 I-II -!>
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjewlsi) ftoridliairi
solicits your legal notices.,
.. n
\
\
BUI ; C 'IL-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6CC 4437
HAHHAI'.A K A Yi; SPRl\.l REG EX,
Pliilntlfl
\ i
:i. simif:.irf:gf:n,
. en wtill
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
sr \i'i. p-prejhegen
; ,11 a Dill of '.'Ui-
ll.'is i, II
ii I you are required
i,| > our Alls .\ .: ... I
,, of c mpiniiiI "ii tli.
plaint
MARVIN
M ., Ill III
1 II.ll All
office of the
Courl on oi Ii
May, 1962 If
th. plaintiff"? Attn
\i iii:i:i:n. 612 ilsi
ich ll. Florida: and fll<
PI
Clerk ol
fu [hi
.ii fall li
din
I he
2Sth
in
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
'.ii. undersigned, desiring to engase In
: sin.-sk under the fictitious name of
sNAl'I'YS at 2507 N.Vk ...ih bireei,
Miami, Florida Intends to reglstei
...i,i name with the Clerk of the Clr-
in Court of Da.le County, Mori.la.
CUT PRICK SURPLUS CENTER,
INC.
By: FMimiiid N\ Ansin, President
KANNER A KANNER
B) : Aaron M. Kunner
Attorneys lor
'lit Price Surplus Center, lite,
-. s,. urlty Trust itidg.
Miami iZ. Kla.
4/13-S0-27, 1
. nt b> default will In tak. n
\,,ii for the relief demanded
Dill of i 'olll|. a inl
Tins notli shall be published n
each week foi four consecutlvi
n THE JEWISH FTXmiDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 20th da) of April. A.D.
1962.
E. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, i .....da
meal) Bj K. M. I.VMAN
1 leputy Clerk
MARVIN M. GREEN, Aitorn. iy-at-Law
;il' Tist Street
Miami Beach, Fla.- I'N 5-2627
Attorney for Plaintiff ......
4 ".. ... l-ll-l*

Mai tin
|| R, '!
orlglnnl Answer or
of the Clerk of
' :
i
nil ih
* I'leail .1'-. ;n
St., th,- I -. n ....... '.'
th. ;H> ii ':., i:"- If you fail to .i" >
nt l>) defauli > ill bi taken
uit aualn-t \ i fi r ih, rcllei dent
day of -ii tin I'.II of i nni Int.
Jung- Thin notice shall be published once
auninsl a.ii week for foul consecutlvi weeks
in the in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIA.v
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Fl i la, mi- 241 a m \ ol A i'i il A.D
k.- 1962
K Ft, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrcuii i '.mi i. I lade Count). 11
B) : K. M I.V.MAN
I'. outs i 'lei k
\l \i:tin s s \\"i IN
.:'ii -71st Strei i
Miami Bench, Florida
Vtiornej for Plaintiff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 3747
VII.EM TABAK,
Plaintiff,
\ -
PEARL TABAK,
I '. ', ll.lali!
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: PEARL T VI) VK
. Elliott 1Mb.
Bronx, New >rk.
Y. ii i K VRI. TABAK, 1"
i f Compl '
I >i\ or. ha* hei -" .
.....liilred In \ a '
of our An- r "i Pleading lo lhi
Kill of i mplalnl on the plal
Ii i n. %. S \.\l HI.i 'M. -'" S K i
\\. nue, XI I- oi Ida, and III '
i.,: Vnswei I'll
. rk il ih. 'i nil i
oi......ii.. lath .. ij of Ma>.
|62 1: ... s,.. ; .
i.. di (iult ill be I ik< ii against ( i
i relief di mandi d In the BIN
of 'omplalnt.
This ii dice -hall be publlshi d once
each eck t'"i four cons. nth weeks
in THE JEW ism I'M III 1)1 AN
DONE AND 0RDF:RF:D at Miami.
Floi i.la. this 6th da) of April, A.D .
il
E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
. i'. .at Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seail
I'.- N A HEWETT x
Deput) clerk
1. 11-20-27, B i
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 1 it :l-1605
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN 1 CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 2311
p. (R1S ELAINE Mil.I.Ell also
I km n as DORIS ALA1NE
cii.\i:i:\ .
Palntlff.
JOHN JOSEPH CONROY, alias
Jl i|IN .Ii iSDI'H i "I INKI '^ .
I i,|,'li'lallt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
, i, i .imiN JOSEPH Cl iNREl
also know ii as JOHN
JOSEPH CONROV.
i Residence unknown >
You are hereb) notified thai a com-
,.,, in for annument or divorce has been
tied against i-ou by Doris Elaine Con-
riv and you are required la aerya a
of vour Answer or otti.r pleau-
Ul I, p., Complaint upon GKORUifl
v .1., i 'i iNEl.L plalntifl Attorney,
Rt*ca> ne Building, Miami 32, Plot -
Ida and I the orlglnnl of the same
i Mi.' .Di" ol k ol tlie (ir-
C..U11 on or fore the 1 ith day
if May \. I 1962; otherwise B Decree
' '.,,..--., will be .-ii i against
i ATED, \|'i I II I'"'-'
C r. l.i: VTHERM >N.
I'll tit I ""i'i t
CAN VLARIS.
i ". I
irida
I :'T. '. I-ll-is
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
Ihe undersigned, deslrlnft to engaKe inl
business under ihe fictitious name of
DFJCORATIVE PLANTS, INO. al 1549
-ii-. t Drive. South Miami. Florida
mi. nils to register said name "lih
th. Clerk of the Circuit Courl of
i '.oi.' County, Floi Ida,
ARTISTIC I'I.ANT v I'
l 1.1IWER i 'i i
Audi > I lice, President
M VRVIN I WIENER
Hi all i Bldg., Miami 32, Fla,
1 : a. :> for Ait ist i. Plant and
Ml Co.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C5IVEN Tnal
'he undersigned, desiring to engage In
ss under the flctltlons name ol
["WIN CITY REALTY CO. TWIN
CITY REALTY at 1220 16th Btreet,
Miami Beach, Floi i,ia Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk ol lhi
Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida
MORTON WEISS
MAC DA I. IN A WEISS
ANDREW MANDEL
LILLIAN MANDEL.
(iwnets
IOSEPH SJXJOR
Attorney for Applicants
4/13-20-2
/4
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 55623
RE: Estate of
LEO L. ASHKIl,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons Its'
,r Demands AnainsI sa
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4377
ML'RRAY (1IARDELL1.
Plaintiff,
HELEN UIARDELLI.
I i, ,,miaul.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IIKI.KN OIARDELL1
2015 20th Sir. el
Astoria 5, I.onS Island
New York
You, HELEN UIARDELLI are here-
by noti.....I thai a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed ngainst you,
.,n,l you an required to serve a cop}
,,t k "ii, \ii-w. r or PI< adlnj to the
[till' of Complain! on the Plaintiffs
,ui v. ORR \ I.A'/.AK. 101 I. re i
,: mi suit. UK, Miami Hi .i h. Flor-
ida an i file Mi.....iglnal Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk ol
i,,.' Clii ii Court on ..... foi e the
28th .lax of May, 1962 n your fall
I,. .I., s... judgment by default will
be taken against you for the reliel
ii,.m.in,I.-.i in the I.id ol Complain.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH ll.nKIDIAN
DONE AND i illDKDKI i at Miami,
Florida, this 23rd da] ol April. A.D.
" B, i: LEATHERMAN, Cli rk,
Clrcuii Court. I >ade Count). I loi Ida
,..,.,11 Ity: I.. BNEEDBN
I leputy Clerk
unit .* I.A/.AK
101 I.in.,. In Road, Suit, 11 K
Miami Beach, Fla..IF: 2-5454
Atioi ne> s for Plaintiff
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 4507
I JACQl'ELINE "ii DF REY,
Plaintiff.'
| LLOYD JAMES OODPRET,
D. f. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tii. LLOYD .1 VMESHODKREY
Vddri ss i 'nknown.
You, Lloyd James" Qodfre>
hereliy notified that a Hill of
plnlnt for I Hvoree has bi en
iiBalncl you, and you are required to
s. i \ a ,*"t.> of >..ur Answer or Plead-
ing to the i'i i of Complain! on the
plaintiff's attorney, Charlotte I Bar-
lean, 232 Pan American Building, Mi-
ami 32; Florida and file the original
Answer m Pleading In the offli.....f
are
l 'olll-
fil.-d
Iii Claims
Fistate:
i,i
ion are hereby notified ami required
lo present any Claims and demands
which you may have agalnsi ih.- estate
"I LEO L. ASIIKIL deeeas. d late of
Dade County, Florida, to the County
of Dade County, and file the
same in duplliate and as provided in
' lion 7(3.16, Florida Rial k is
'i.ir offiees in the Count) Court-
In i wde i louaty, Ploi Ida, with*
1 "Is alendar nonths from lhi ti.....
oi Ihe flrsi publication hereof, or the
wui be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 9th
of April. A.D. I
I It MA A SI IKK.
LEO A. ASHKIl, JR.
, As Executors
'YRON 1- SPARBBR.
120 Lincoln r Attorney lor Kxeeutors
4/13-20-27, 5/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
DTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO. 62C 3975
JUKI, CHAVEZ
Plaintiff
Vs
ELVIRA BALLE8TER CHAVEZ,
Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Tu ELVIRA BALLE8TBR CHAVESS,
SAN I.AZARO 571, altos
Havana, Cuba.
In
111 f
the
Hi
Circuit Court on or
ria> of May, 1962, If
lo ho, jiidgmi ni by d-
laken ngnlnsi yon for
m.....led In the Bill of
Clerk
re the 21
\ ,,'i ''a il ">
limit will In
the relief d
tint
This notice shall l- publl>.hed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'M IRIDI *N
DuN'l". \N'D ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 25th day of April A.D.
1962.
E, B. LEATHERMAN, Cl, rk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(8i ill) !'> : K M l-VMAN
I leputy i 'lei k
CHARLOTTE I BARKAN
232 Pan American Bank Building
Miami ::-'. F lorlda
Attorn,> for Plaintiff
i -7 ", l-l I-I \
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL COURT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO. 62C 4C01
PRANCISCI' M< i.NTKS.
Plaintiff
Ps
VERONICA S. MONTHS.
I i.-feiidant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TU: VERONICA S. MONTHS,
671 West 162 Btreet Apartment 58
New York City SI, -New York
YOU, VERONICA B. MONTES,
671 W.-st 161 Street. Apartment
58, New York City, New York, are
required to file your answer to the
complaint for divorce, with the Clerk
,,f the above Court, and serve a copy
thereof upon Qlno P. Negrettl, At-
torney, 910-11 Congress Hidg., ill n.e.
2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, on or be-
fore May 21, 1961, or else complaint
vill be taken as confessed,
Dated this 13th day of April, 1963,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Curt. Dad,-County. Florida
, -.ni i M. CAVALARI8
D.i.uty i'lerk
I 20-27-5/4-11
IN THt COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 5M.:. A
IN RE
KOFI : ARY
'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i-,, v! ,-,, nd All Pi rsons Hav-
ina Claims or Demands Against BaH
You are hen by notified and re-
claims and de-
Im id, ii you ma) hay,- against
l, tat. ol SOI IE K VKY deci as.si
'.,i.. : Dadi i 'ountj. Florida, to the
Count) Judges Dade county, ami
tin same In duplicate and as pro-
, ,,i,,i |n s.. tion ,:::; 16, Florida Stat-
utes in their offices in the county
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime oi the first publication hereof,
.,, the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins
la) of April, A.D. 1962.
JOSEPH in HIM
As Executor of the Estate of
Soft,- Kary.
VV'ELLISCH .v Dul I'.IIEUTY
Attorney for the Estate of Bofle Kary
i us Congi ess Building
Mi.....i. F lorlda
23rd
NOTICE BY PUfaLiUAIION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4288
MAX KLEIN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROSE KLEIN,
Defendant.
SU,T FOR DIVORCE
You. ROSE KLEIN, 1040 North
<:.n, so, Avenue, Apartmenl No 9,
i,. Angeles 16, California, are here-
by notified thai a mil of Complaint
ior divorce has been filed agalnsi
you, ami you are required to Berve
ropy of your Answer or Pleading t.
inn ol Complalnl on the plaln-
................... ..... '" l.ll. .......I,.,.,,........... ,.......
YOU. ELVIRA BALLESTBRCHAV- ,|ff attorney, Harold Shapiro, 927
ESS, San Lasaro 571, Altos. Havana, [Eincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida,
Rep, ,.r Cuba, are required to file your I |d ,-,,,. ,,,,. or(g|nil| Answer i Plead-
nswer to the complaint for divorce,
with the i 'lerk of the above Court, and
serve oopy thereof upon Glno P. Ne-
grettl, attorney 910-11 Congress Bldg ,
ill N. i: -mi Avenue, Miami, i'i.....la,
I'.S.A. on or before May 21, 1963, or
else complaint will be taken as oon-
f, ssed.
Dated, this 12th day of April. 1962.
K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, 1 loll,la
(seal) M. CAVALARIS
Deputy Clerk
i N-27-C i-U
in the office "f ihe Cl. rk ..f i'i
',mi t. on ,.i before the 3sth
of M I) 1963. If you fail to do
Igmi iii by default ill be taki n
... i -I foi ih' relief den
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE VND i RI lEREI' al Miami.
i ,|.i. this 19th day of April, 1963
E, H LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
irt, I lade Counl s loi Ida
Ii) I. KNEEDEN
I leput) i
I 27, '. 1-ll-lK
in-
i li
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Circuit
i.. |)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
,u business under the fictitious name
,,i Sl'PERIOK LINEN & FURNITURE
COMPANY at 599 N, W, Tlsi BI eet,
Ml,mi 50, Mi. mi.-tuis to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
. nil Curt of 1 >ade Cunty. Florida.
SUPERIOR LINEN CO., INC.
A New York Corp. authorised
to ,io business in the State of
Florida. Interest I'"".
LEON A KPSTKIN
Attornes foi Applicant
130 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
I 20-17, ", 1-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C 3806
JACOB KA1IAN.
Plaintiff.
\s.
ANN ETTA K MIAN.
11.'f,n,lain
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ANNETTA KAHAN
5816 Anaheim Road,
l.niiK Beach, California
Yul ARE HEREBY NOTIOTED
thai In th,- above cause, you are here-
by required to serve copy of youi
Answer to the Complaint for Divorce
on ihe Plaintiff's attorney. HARRY
BUKERNICK, 4:'n Lincoln Road,
Miami Bern h, Floi Ida, and file the
original th. reol In the i Bice of the
i -|| rk ..f the nbovi Conn i bi
i.r. May li. 1962, or Complaint will
h taken as confess, I bj you.
DATED April 9, '
R. B. LEATHERM VN
i lerk, Ircult *ouri
By L. SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
I I3-JO-27, 5 I
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITICE IF. HEREBY lll\ EN thai
ih. mi.i. rslgm d, di ngage In
btislm ss mill, r me of
CONSTITUTION LIFE INSURANCE
Y al 18650 N.E. '.uh Ave., N
Miami. Florida lilt, u,Is to- n
said name ith the clerk of the Cli
, uii i "..ni i of Dade Count) I

I L'7. a/4-ll-lS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55477-A
IN RE: Estate ol
BENNIE .1 BROWN
i leceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing claims oi Demands Against Said
Kstate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims .....i demands which sou. or
either oi you, may have agalnsi the
. .:.,... ol BENN IE I BR< WN de-
ceased late of Dad. County, Florida.
io the Honorabli Count) Judges of
l ia.!,- County, and rlli the same in
i ti.-ii offlci s in the C nt) 'oui thouae
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to ami presented as aforesaid, or sansB
will be ban ed
Date April 23. A.D. 1962.
II VRRY JOE BROWN
As Executoi of the last Will and
T. "am. ill of HKN.NIK .1 BROWN
11,', eased
HENRY NORTON
Attorn.> for Executor
4/27. 1-111-18
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiiid. rslgned, desiring to engage tn
business under th, fictitious name of
COOLA1R CONDITIONING HH-
FRIGERATION SERVICE at 7S1 afh
Btreet, Miami Beach Intend to register
-aid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
nni cult ,.f Dade County, Florida
ISAM Mi INCARZ
RAUL MONCARZ
HENRY SAC
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Owners
il'ii Lincoln Road
Miami I'.eaeh
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*Jet*1st Thridlic*n
Frid
MEET THE MAYOR
Story in Jewish
Floridian Helps
Namesakes Meet
A Miami couple piled into their
several weeks ago for u trip
inta. An important item they
-.eluded among tho>e thrown onto
front seat was their current is-
of The Jewish Floridian.
On the way up the coast. Mrs.
Morris Rabinowitz scanned several
tones of interest, which she read
! her husband. A while later, he
ok the paper, fastened on the
ht of his name in print to read
. story not about himself:
GRACEVILLE. Fla (JTA)
' Morris Rabinowitz. a popular
; nd the onlyJewish merchant in
- community of 2.500. has been
itcted mayor on his try for public
::;ce."
The Miami Rabinowitz. reporting
the story this week to The Jewish
Floridian. smiled in recollection.
"Graceville." he said, '"was 125
niles out of our way. But we just
.lad to go there to meet Morris
Rabinowitz."
The local Rabinowitz. of the
Miami Diamond Center, said that
his Graceville namesake met them
most graciously, insisting that they
come to his house that very after-
rioon for refreshments and to meet
the family.
More than half the town is made
up of relatives of the mayor's op-
ponent, but they voted him in 2-to-l.
"It was a delightful experience."
the Miamians declared, "and the
Graceville Morris Rabinwitzes were
equally delighted."
av My 4, i J
MORRIS RABINOWITZ MEETS MORRIS RABINOWITZ
Surfside Society Holds Concert
Concert of the Surfside Music
Society was held Monday even-
.ng in the Sklar Auditorium of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid.
The concert featured Marian
Spear, lyric soprano; Joseph Mai-
ek, tenor; Rudy Suranyi. violinist;
Aida Yaslo and Olga Bibor Stern,
accompanists.
Marian Spear has appeared local-
ly at Beaumont Hall, Miami Opera
Guild. Bayfront Park concerts.
Miami Beach Music & Arts League,
and the Miami Beach Community
Center.
Joseph Malek is a graduate of
Brandeis Fine Arts Institute and
the University of Miami. He has
done extensive concert work on
behalf of the Israel Bond program
and performed for almost every
charitable and benevolent organiza-
tion in Miami Beach. La-t month
Malek was selected by the "Voice
of America" to record a musical
program for European broadcast
Rudy Suranyi was heard in a
piogram of classical and Hungar-
ian selections He has performed
during the past reason at the Mira-
mar in West Palm Beach.
The nroeram chairman was
Alex Dellerson.
Vets Must Keep
Eye on Policies
Thousands of veterans are neg-
lecting to keep up to date their list-
[Rg [ be ni ficlary lor their GI
insurance policy proceeds. C. W.
! [ficer m charge, Miami
VA 01 v" '' "ll-'>
this failure t" keep
(I-, v v infoi m< changes nee-
it the births, mar-
. that oc
ars, thi ir insurance
I .,, n : be paid to the
: !'. the mar.ru r the
wish.
Si pay the proceeds
licy to the liene-
[i d by the veteran
I n
Changes in familj status cause
ears ago to be
out (it j with the veteran's
present .-
II <,. B Jgs pointed out, the
5 no alternative hut to pay
tli- insurance proceed- to the bene-
- ,,( record in the VA files.
.(I that a recent sampling
in which th< VA asked a uroup ot
veterans t they wished to change
beneficiary or payment method
k -ix out ot ten affirmative
r>plies from those returning the
questionnaire
Candidates Present Views
The Democratic Party !,,,
meeting Mor..!.,> -='
Lido hotel was a rally at *'
all candidates wen
' d to p-J
Club Schedules
Summer Camp
The second annual summer day
camp fur youngsters between the
ages of 4 and 12 at Westbrooke
Country Club in South West Miami
will run for an eii'ht week ix-riod
starting June 11, the first Monday
alter the close of the regular Dade
county school sessions.
The supervised program will be
sent their platforms
the group is Mrs v ., ,. E
di i Bugene Lj n
Wometco Offers
Movie Ratings
For the past tv J
metCO Theatre cha :ll, J
Ft. Lauderdale ted a -w
metco Ratin.
of th'- Wometco movie ids in ne3
paper-, on televisi I
the theatres on thi I
crming attractions.
Wometco rat ir. _-
strictly adult entei \y~
a..ults and nature \ I
and "OK"good enti .1
all. The Wometco .acotu
it), to Mitchell Wolfs n Wurretal
president, "is not desij I
the entertainment value "I tjl
mcvie but rather i- I
guide parents in sell tu nwvJ
choices for their chil<
The guide to the Womi tco rattngtl
is placed at the top '. ach over!
all Wometco movu The A
dividual symbol i> i>:.,oM i:h;i|
the framework of each specific!
movie ad adjacent to the titltl
"We're opposed to censorship.11
says Wolfson. "It Is our feeliofl
that parents are the best judge (l
what movies they war.; their (fail
dren to see. The Wometco ratuifl
should help them in making thei|
selection."
directed by Sid Greenspan, a mem-l
bei of the American Cjmpicj|
Assn
ENDORSED
THE MIAMI HERALD
The Miami Herald endorsed Judge Phillip Goldman
for the Circuit Court by saying .
"Lawyers and laymen alike agree that Judge Goldman
is one of the ablest jurists in Florida."
THE MIAMI NEWS
The Miami News endorsed Judge Phillip Goldman
by saying .
". Known as a student of the law, he is rated by
professional observers to be one of the finest
jurists to sit on the circuit bench in this state."
DADE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
i
,:,
In the recent Dade County Bar poll, Judge Goldman
polled the highest number of "well qualified" and
"qualified" votes of any candidate, while his
opponent, Henry Balaban, received the largest
number of "not qualified'' votes.
RICHARD ERViN
Attorney General Richard Ervin of F this *
to say about Judge Phiilip Gold an
"... I believe that you are the brightest and best addition
to the bench that has occurred during my memory."
ASK YOUR ATTORNEY OR ANY ATTORNEY ABOUT JUDGE
PHILLIP GOLDMAN'S QUALIFICATIONS AS CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE

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Friday, May 4, 1962 -Jewish flcridliari Page 7-A Members of the host committee for the State of Israel Dinner cf Tribute to be held Sunday, May 27, at the Diplomat hotel engage in discuss on of the community-wide event at a dinner meeting qiven by dinner chairman, Carl Weinkle. at the Imperial house. rrom left are Paul R. Gordon, Sidney Ansin. Benjamin Rimer and Ben Markowitz. Rosen to Chair Dinner Tribute Leonard Rosen. Miami business ; i,d community loader, h.is been • anted co-chairman of the state ol Israel Dinner of Tribute to be held Sunday, May 27. at the Diplomat tel. Announcement of Rosen's apointment was made by dinner hairmaq, Carl Weinkle. The dinner will honor tour Miians who have achieved worldwide fame lor the.r initiative and murage in supporting the State ol .i from the first days ol its irth as members of the •Miami Iroup." The four Miamians are m Blank, Sam Friedland, Max 0\ .:/ and Dan. B Ruskin. The dinner under the auspices cf the Greater Israel Bond committee, will climax the community's celebration of Israel's 14 years of Independence. Weinkle announced what was ermed a "veritable who's who ol ommunity leadership" lor the din• i Named as vice chairmen of dinner committee were Elise A. ..i..m-. James M. Albert. Sidney fl Ansin. William Bomstein. Jack lamer. A C. Fine. Ben Franken•;. in. [sadore Hecht, Samuel Kip David J. Light, Joseph M. Lip11, Ann Brenner Meyers. A. J. lasky, Louis B. Rudtck, Fred Somerstein, Harold Tburman, Nat ... dman ami Max Weitz. Weinkle pointed out that "the lour peopl we are honoring have the esteem ol the entire community aid they are being honored lor a unique service to Israel which has hi .'ii a factor in the country's economic development ever since the firth ol the Slate Cutler Named To Corp. Board At a recent meeting ol the board of directors. A Budd Cutler was dieted to the board of Superior Windou Co and its subsidiaries. Cutler, a Miami attorney, has been general counsel for the company tor man) years He ia member Of the Florida B;.r and American Bar Assn.. president of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, and active in the I'nited Fund. Mrs. Blum Elected Shore unit. Woman's Corps. Pap^nicolaou Cancer Research Instiute of Miami, is having a gala li'ncheon and installation Monday ,1 the Seville hotel. Mrs. Milton Hum has been elected for another term. Judge Berk man Lists Endorsement Judge Jason Berkman this week entered the final days ot his campaign to continue as District Fiv'e Justice of the Peace. Berkman told well-wishers at a reception Monday night. "I am gratified by the growing list of endorsements, which includes civic leaders from each of the District Five municipalities." Said the candidate: "Among those actively supporting me are: Miami Beach Councilnun Wolfie Cohen and Melvin J. Richard. Surlside Coucilman Lee Howard. Councilman Stanley Tate and Joseph Gardner, of Bay Harbor. Mayor Joel Maskol. of North Bay Y.llage. and former Mayor Eugene Schwarz, of Surfside, Maurice Revitz. Simon Rubin. Frank Cohen. Walter Lcbowitz. Also Leo Eisenstein. Leonard Glickman, Faye Koch and -Rose Ki.gan. Judge Lawrence Hoffman, Dave Weissman. Constable Rocky | Pomerance. Leonard Coleman. Dan : Ruskin. Paul Seiderman. and. George Talianoff." Berkman can also point to the i "overwhelming support of fellow attorneys as evidenced by a poll conducted among members of I Dade County Bar Assn." BaTTots j in the category rating candidates "well-qualified to hold judicial ofj fice" showed Berkman with 364 votes. At his reception. Judge Berkman declared: "I am please! with bot'i the results of and response to the panel of experts on technical mat ters which I established this year.' Berkman is seeking to retain tru post to which he was appointed t the Governor of Florida. A mem ber of the law firm ot Dubbin Schiff. Berkman and Dubbin, he is a member of the Florida Mediatior and Conciliation Service, the Amer uan Arbitration Assn.. and was re cently appointed by federal olflC i;,ls to the National Mediatioi Board In addition. Judge Berkman is member of the local, county, state and national Bar Assns.. and man> civic and fraternal organizations Among them arc Temple Beth Sholom. Civic League of Miam Beach. Miami Beach Elks 1601 Miami Beach Chamber of Com merce. Miami Beach Taxpayer. Assn., American Legion. Jew.sh War Veterans. Democratic Club o' Miami Beach. Shore Unit Cancel League tor Men. and the North Beach Elementary School PTA. FIRST ON THE BALLOT LEVER 1-F ELECT DAN CHAPPELL EMINENTLY QUALIFIED TO BE YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR DISTRICT NO. 2 (North Dade Area) • OUTSTANDING ATTORNEY ... 35 YEA1S IN DADE COUNTY (Attended Georgia Tech and Emory Unive sities) • LEADING BUSINESSMAN AND BANKER Director Miami Beach Savings and loan Association Owner, Sunshine Thoroughbred Stock Farm • REPRESENTED DADE COUNTY FOR 6 YEARS IN FLORIDA LEGISLATURE 9 Past President Florida Thoroughbred Breeders Assn. National President Horseman's Benevolent and Protective Association • FAMILY MAN Two Lovely Daughters and Two Fine Grandchildren • ACTIVE IN CIVIC, FRATERNAL, AND CHURCH AFFAIRS YES DAN CHAPPELL KNOWS GOVERNMENT, AND HE UNDERSTANDS PEOPLE. HELP HIM PUT A "HEART" IN METRO. Thank You. Pd P. I Adv. A RECORD OF ACTION AND LEADERSHIP FOR DADE AND THE NATION! HERE ARE A FEW OF DANTE FASCELL'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS YOUR CONGRESSMAN! REPEAL OF THE TRANSPORTATION TAX Dante Fascell introe'v/ced and enacted into law a bill repealing the transportation tax to the Caribbean, hailed by aviation, travel and resort industries as a great boost to Florida's economy. REDUCTION OF DOMESTIC TRAVEL TAX Supported a bill reducing domestic transportation tax from 10 o to 5o. Later voted to repeal the domestic transportation tax altogether. PENALTIES FOR PUBLIC BOMBINGS Introduced and obtained passage of a law prescribing penalties for bombings of public places such as houses of worship. CUBAN EMBARGO The F.iscell amendment to the Foreign Assistance Act gave President Kennedy the ability to place a total embargo on Communist Cuba. This embargo has had a disastrous effect on Castro's plans. The economy of Communnist Cuba is all but ruined because of the President's embargo. SLUM CLEARANCE Dante B. Fascell has supported all legislation in Congress that was aimed at elimination of our worst blight-SLUMS. He stands for more porks, playgrounds and open space, plus adequate housing tc replace the unsightly, vermin infested slums of the district and the nation. FOUGHT AID TO COMMUNIST COUNTRIES Dante Fascell sponsored an amendment to the Foreign Aid Act which prohibits any assistance to countries dominated by international communism. DADE IN THE AIR SPACE AGE Our Congressman helped obtain $10.5 millions for improvement and development of Miami International Airport. PREVENTION OF BEACH EROSION This federal study by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is to determine the bert method of conserving our beaches and to help prevent widespread damage and destruction by tidal waves as we have recently experienced. It will Help us maintain South Florida as a great tourist attraction.


eJewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
llume 35 Number 18
Miami, Florida. Friday, May 4, 1962
Three Sections Price 20*
en Bella Brands Cairo Report Falsehood'
Rabbinical Unit
Questions Need
if Y's' Today
NEW YORK (JTA) The;
ish Center, "which did yeomen,
,ici decades ago in helping to!
lericanize and integrate Jewish
liuranls. has outlived its use-,
less as it stands and must either
inge its approach or ".ve way1
he SJ nagogue."
This -s the claim made by the
^bbinxal Assembly of America,
tttral body of Conservative rabbis.
its -rgan, "Conservative Juda-'
The claim was developed
>m tlr< results of symposium on
relationships between the syna-
(Ue and the Center in the current '
ie il the quarterly periodical/
dished this week. The Assem-,
argued that "as a "Jewish" but
i-reli< ious institution, the Cen-'
tends to 'ghettoize' Jewish ch!T
?n and adults for non-Jewish ac-
Utiet."
Or. Max Arzt, vice chancellor
the Jewish Theological Semi-
Ccnlinued on Page 2-A
PARIS(JTAtMohammed Ben Bella. Vice Premier of the Al-,
gerian Provisional Government, denied vehemently, in an interview at |
Tunis on Sunday, that he had stated that independent Algeria would
provide lOO.OOOsoIdiers to help the Arab people "liberate"" Palestine
from Israel rule.
Mr. Ben Bella was quoted to that effect nearly three weeks ago
after he visited Cairo. The Information Minister of the Algerian Pro-
visional Government has already denied that Ben Bella could have
made such a statement. Now Ben Bella himself, in an interview at!
the Tunis temporary headquarters of the Provisional Government,
pinned down the statement as a falsehood.
Referring to the Cairo report of his alleged anti-Israeli statement, (
he said: "I never made the remarks that were attributed to me. I
never gave the alleged interview. I want this made clear.'" The Vice
Premier added that the Arabs in Algeria regard the Jews as "com-
patriots who can find their place in the Algerian fatherland."'
IS Jewry May
ose Generation,
*eenberq Says
IKIAMESHA LAKE. N.Y.-(JTA)
|A national Jewish religious lead-
warned here that the American
|wisb community was faced with
If threat of the possible loss to
pdiasm of a whole generation be
fuse of failure to meet a growing
ked for adequately trained Jewish
Witual and cultural leaders.
[The warning was sounded by Dr
Jmon Greenberg, vice chancellor
the Jewish Theological Seminary
America. Dr. Greenberg deliv-
rcd the keynote address at the
penlng session of the 33rd annual
utional convention of the National
(deration of Jewish Men's Clubs
neeting here at the Concord hotel
lore than 1.000 delegate's from the
.'nited States. Canada and Puerto
Continued on Page 12-A
Soviets Admit Jews Were
Chief Victims of the Nazis
LONDON(JTA)The Soviet Union's Parliament rfcognized for
he first timf in many years this week that Jews were the main vic-
tims of Nazi mass murders both inside Russia and in other countries
during World War II.
During a period going back to
the anti-Jewish purges of Stalin in I
1948 and which lasted through the j
post-Stalin era. including the more
lecent years under Khrushchev. I
the Soviet Communist party banned
telerence to Jews as among the
victims of the Nazi wartime per-1
iod. At the closing session of the j
Siiprfme Soviet this week, Jews
were mentioned explicitly among
the victims in an addrfss to meifi-;
btTS Of thf Parliament
Aleksander Y. Korneichuk, a
Ukrainian playwright, member of
the Supreme Soviet, and a key
leader of the so-called World
Peace Council, was chosen by the
Communist leadership to bring
up the matter of Jewish martyr-
dom, apparently in response to
protests abroad against Russia's
Continued on Page 9-A
POET 'EXPLAINS'
LONDON (JTA) Yev
gfny Yevtushenko. thf young
Soviet poet who attracted
worldwide attention for his
poem. Babi Yar. told a press
conference here that the
meaning of the poem has
been misunderstood in the
West, which had hailed it as
a denunciation of continuing
anti-Semitism in the Soviet
Union. He came here Friday
for a two-week visit under the
Anglo Soviet cultural ex-
change pact.
"I wanted to show that an-
ti-Semitism has no relation-
ship to the spirit of the Russ-
ian people." he said.
Charge Industrialist in U.S.
With Aid to Anti-Semites
DR. SIMON GRffNBERG
NEW YORK (JTA' Fulton
Lewis, Jr.. nationally syndicated}
columnist, charged this week that |
Nicolas Malaxa, former Rumanian
living "in palatial elegance" in this j
city, has been implicated in the
death of lOO.OOO Rumanian Jews
luring World War II.
Declaring that efforts to deport
him to Rumania have been unavail-
ing, Mr. Lewis stated: "There is
no explanation why Malaxa is still
lere Nor is there an excuse."
According to the columnist,
Malaxa, an industrialist in Buch-
arest, "financed the infamous
Iron Guard of Rumania, which
massacred, tortured, imprisoned
and hanged hundreds of thous-
ands of Jews in the early days of
1941."
Later, during the war, Lewis al-
leges, Malaxa. "hooked up" with
Albert Goering. brother of Marshal j
Goering, Hitler's No. 2 man. and
"helped supply Hitler's army with
some of the metallurgical products
so badly nctdfd during thf war."
Ltwis asserted that Malaxa came
Minister Denies Algeria
Pledged to Fight Israel
PRRIS (JTA) The Provis-l
ional Government of Algeria de- j
nicd this week that it planned to
play a militant role against Israel.
A member of the Government ex-.
pressed "doubt" about a statement
attributed to Vice Premier Moham-
med Ben Bella who was quoted as
saying that independent Algeria i
would contribute 100.000 soldiers to
the Arab battle against Israel.
Mr. Ben Bella was quoted two
weeks ago by the Mideast News
Agency, of Cairo, as having made
such a statement while in Cairo
But Mohammed Yazid. Minister pf!
Information in the Algerian Pro-
visional Government, said in Tunis
that the Vice Premier had not been
quoted correctly.
I
Mr. Yazid told newsmen at
Tunis that a "certain press" was
conducting a campaign to "create
a myth of division in our ranks."
Castigating such efforts, without
naming the semi-official Cairo
Continued on Page 10-A
DELEGATION VISITS
Kennedy Hosts
Jewish Leaders
WASHINGTON (JTA' Pres-
ident John F. Kennedy conferred
Monday for more than a half-hour
with a delegation of American
Jewish Committee leaders on a
number of important current is-
sues. Chief among the problems
was the concerted Arab League
discrimination aginst American
citizens and the genfral invasion
of Amtrican rights by Arab League
countries.
The delegation, headed by Gov
Herbert H. Lehman, honorary vice
president of the American Jewish
Committee, included Jacob Blau-
Continued on Page 2-A
UNDER POPE JOHN IN OCTOBER
Catholic Council Will Examine
End to 'God-Killer Stigma
to the United States in 1946 to rep
resent the Communist Ruman.an
Government, and has remained here
since. The United States Immigra-
tion Service, which has hc>1 de-
portation hearings against Malaxa.
"has been stymied in its eftorts to
send him back to Rumania," ac-
cording to Lewis
ROME (JTA) The Ecumeni-
cal Council, to be convened here
by Pope John XXIII next October,;
will probably discuss ways of re-,
moving from the Jews the stigma
of "slayers of God," Augustin Car-
dinal Bea told representatives dl
the press here this week. Cardinal
Bea was the confessor of the late
Pope Pius XII, and is now presi
dent of thf Vatican's Secretariat
for the Union of Christians, plan-
ning the agenda for the Ecumenical |
Council.
The Catholic Church, said the
Cardinal, recognies that a principal
reason for anti-Semitic persecu-1
tions through the ages has been the:
fact that the Jewish people were j
blamed by Christians for the cruel-1
fixion of Jesus. It is high time
for this stigma to be removed, the
Cardinal said.
Under Pope John XXIII, var-
ious steps toward reduction of
anti-Semitism have already been
taken. Two years ago, the Pope
revised the Easter ritual so as
to eliminate references to "per-
fidious Jews" allegedly respon-
sible for the killing of the Christ.
Vatican sources indicated that
some Jewish suggestions for the
Ecumenical Council have been
received. Jewish organiations
are especially interested in hav-
ing the Council condemn anti-
Semitism and modify the em-
phasis in the Catechism on Jews
as "God killers."
In New York, the American Jew-
ish Committee commended Cardi-
nal Bea's statement, calling it "a
highly significant advance, a major
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ON BRIEF VISIT TO HUSBANDS CELL IN ISRAEL
'Auf Wiedersehen'-- Vera Eichmann
TEL AVIV (JTA ) Vera Eich-
mann left Israel Monday alter visit-'
lug her husband Adolf Eichmann.
who is in Ramleh prison awaiting
tht outcome of an appeal from his
death sentence for the murder of
c.ooo.OOO Jews in Europe during
the Second World War
Mrs. Eichmann, who arrived,
here incognito Monday night from
Zurich, was immediately taken to
Ramleh prison where she met with
her husband and spoke with him
through a glass partition via ear-
phones for 90 minutes. She met
with him again towards midnight
for 15 minutes, bidding him "auf-
wiedersehn" as she left
Preparations for Mrs fSlchmann'i
visit had been conducted with ut-
most secrecy and although it was
known here that she was due to
arrive, the first newS of the Visll
was ma-'e known only after her
departure this morning. All tor-
malities in connection with the
visit, including the issuance <>t the
visa and customs procedures were
apparently handled outside routine
channels by the Israeli Security
Si rvices
Mrs. Eichmann arrived at
Lydda Airport under her maiden
name, Vera Loebel, and she was
accompanied by Else Gruder,
secretary to Dr. Robert Servaflus,
Eichmann's defense attorney.
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Page 10-B +Jewisl> h>ridicin Friday, M 0Y [ ^ The Courier bu (^jerala **5enwartz New Assistant Attorney General of the State of Florida is Arthur M. Nemser, University of Miami law graduate and active Democratic Jtader Dr. Morris Socksteln, '.f the university) s school of medicine, r.amed principal investigator in two grants totalling S202.870 given V by M by National Institutes of Health for research in aging f-;ill time to catch 'The Fourth Monkey." one-act play by Hurricane writer Bernie Weiner, former president of the South Florida B'nai B'rilh Organization Only when he put down his prepared script i id Secretary Abraham Ribicoff impress the audience gathered Saturday night to honor Sam Sapiro at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Abe .'tarted off the impromptu portion by saying he wasn't going to hit at the AMA's stand on Medicare. Thursday afternoon. May 10. is the date for a cocktail reception honoring Dr. rVax Arnt, the high personable vice chancellor of the rish Theological Seminary of America. Hosts for their fellow Beth I'avid congregants "ill lie Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt President Phil Schlff and Rabbi Norman Shapiro are working enthusiastically for the party Ephraim Gale merits community applause for I decade of devoted service, which has seen the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center receive national recognition for its efforts servicing suburban Jewry. -* -* There'll be alternating bands Jimmy Alaimo and the C'alypLatinos Saturday night as the American Friend.-, of the Hebrev Universit) ol Jerusalem take to the sea fur the 14th anniversarj ration Mike Baskin veteran presi3 i ety in the area, will be aboard • r Ansin, Leo.-ara Ror.cn, Dan Dubbin .-. i i r real esta nates Wil.iam Klir.e. Louis Kicner.beraer, drama critic for Time magazine, latest ap%  >: the Jewish Publication Society >>i the Advancement of Judaism, estabF cf. Mordeeai M. Kaolan, will observe it.40th anniversary h • Pierre, v. r,h the ceremoni welr o • '.-.. Miller o) London, 1"' Miller replaces Rabbi Jack C%  -. the Hillel Foundation t: Y rew .' ol Jerusalem Quietly in i Dr. 'jiorge S. Wise, former chairman ol thi board oi short as tin 1 day of decision, .May 8. aprs ago May 8, was V E Day as we > i • \, G( rmany Ti day, Wesl G( rmi ny icold war a ains Communism—and omic supporters Hut this Tuesday portant judgi ships, county commission rai c i • •ke At.least thrumajor rac< .;i ii victory, with religion no issue Sam Gyson and Larry King hr.th warmly received in t 1 Stock market decline has kept mi i • xtra tev weeks. Why lose mon •>• in the c %  Ted Cchen and Gere Beck making intensive drives i i c bids for Democratic committeeman posts in the t Uh district •Ars. Milton Friedman and Mrs. Malvin Englander in the running f( I man on a country-wide ba-is. VOTE COUNTY WIDE KEEP ANDERSON ON THE SCHOOL BOARD • EXPERIENCED TEACHER • BUSINESS EXPERIENCE • 25 YEARS SERVICE TO CIVIC, RELIGIOUS AND WELFARE GROUPS IN DADE COUNTY PULL LEVER 35-A I'd. Pol Adv. FLORIDA GROWING KEEP EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP Re-Elect Wilbur C. KING FLORIDA RAILROADS PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION GROUP | Kaplan to Make Main Presentation At Jewish Community Center Meet Leon Kaplan, past president ol A special program ... entertain the Jewish Centers Assn. ol Greatmen | has been prepared by Mrs er Miami, and currently vice pre>i( ; t orL .,. \ Simon and Mrs Philip dent of the National Jewish Wel.„ h prescn crI bv f;re Board, will make the main •->""" Presentation at the 11th annual dinMrDorothj Kr.e.ccr F.nk. The rer meeting of the Greater Miami in\ocation prior to the dinner will Jewish Community (enter Sunday night atthe Dupont Plaza hotel Kaplan will pay tribute to executive director Efraim H. Gale, whose 10th anniversary with the Center will be observed at this meeting Dinner chairman is George A. Snnon. Harold Thurman, vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will bring greetings from that organization. Following the elections of officers and board members for the coming year, an installation ceremony will be conducted by John B. Turner, chairman of the board of United Fund of Dade County. The business portion of the meeting will be conducted by president, A. Budd Cutler. be given by Lo president of th, Miami Beach Pranch. and th< ,,-. ... ; m Rabbi Jonah Cap X( c u ve rector of the He'., The evening u ,, a f( ception at 6:30 i Dinner wi|| be served at 7 s |-e ^ dinner and dancir.j ,, „,, Mi ed in Johnny Mi chestra. %  ni nis or. LEON KAPIAN ~: :.JI Cktib Notes C! etto Uprising Mi-. Friendly Social Club will ieel Soi 2 p.m.. at Beth El Social Hall. 500 SW 17th ave Manuel Berenstein will speak on "The Brave Fight in the Warsaw Ghetto Abraham Rosenberg will recite the Kaddish and El Molej Rachamim. Presidenl roup is Max iarsl CANTOR-TEACHER Choir-leader, now in yearly position, seeks change. Will nccrpt High Holidays or yearly position with or without teaching. University Conservatory of Music, and Yeshivah graduate; 15 years experience in all branches, txcrllent tenor voice. Married, no children. Reasonable salory. Write P.O. Box 521, Lakeland, Fbrida. Pd. Political AdVPd. by Campaign Treasurer ENDORSED BY THE MSAM! HERALD OIMU^AJM 8 ?^* !" OF THE MIAMI HERALD RECOMMENDED THE ELECTION OF PAUL BAKER TO THE CRIMINAL COURT BY SAYING ". He (Paul Baker) is alert, aggressive, and should make an excellent criminal court judge." ELECT PAUL BAKER CRIMINAL COl'RT JUDGE Group 2 PULL LEVER 30-A



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Fcae 14-B *j€istfltrMinn Friday May 4 \ n Dr. Stanley Frehling (left, president of Brandeis University ~.\.b here, end Ernest Javis, dinner chairman, discuss the lorr.ir.g Brandeis annual "Associates Dinner" at the Eden Roc hotel on May 22. Dr. Sachar Slated At Brandeis U. Associates Dinner %  %  %  it; Club of ter Miami will hold itannual %  • I %  Tui 22 at the Eden Roc Abram L. S har, pre>.:... ersity, v. ill be Dr. Stanley Frehling. president club, and Er: • si Janis, dinanticipate tend the black tie [filial the Brandeis "1 -• %  : er alumnus i^ American I tion of othei .. • that i S %  %  • rved. Dr. Frehling declared "he is the public-spirited citizen who adopted Brandeis as his 'Alma Mater' when the university had no alumni, and who joined likeminded people in assuming responsibility for the university's support. He is thus the creator of a new tradition in backing higher education." "The Brai • is I ost< r i imni proLiam keeps open t! i of the Brandt i< Q o4 mm mmKwe Handsomest Seafood Restaurant anywhere in the world!!! LUNCHEON from 85C SERVED FROM 11:45 A V DINNER from $ 2-25 SMM ownership ai COCKTAIL LOUNOI Amptt ft* hmeut Toay Sat' PMONK: partirf jpaea e Restaurant • 865-8688 • t-f-.n 1900 N. Bay Causeway (79St Causeway) Miami Beach OPEN EVERY NIGHT L Pearly Gait by Hal Pear HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT VH* KOSHEI CATERERS **+?^ Ikn/V from hen d'oeimei to a comp/eft bulrot lift/AT 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the S'joervision of the U.K.A. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS TUC SPORTS SCENE: This is the time of year when local folk look forward ternaro hours ol relaxation Indulging in their favorite sport* To mi" l ever, more inv.ting-when ,t conies to the most popular local -port ot al!. golf-al! the municipal courses have Lowered Zjr^re. "' Beach bo,h ormand > Shor 8n Bav'hore which are in tip-top shape, have reduced playing rate> .n ha!.' -Xing ,t S200 dail> aneweekends For those in a tanj. who out play the 18-h. le route on the regulation sued hnks thc han Prairie av behind the Miami Beach 8 M.amTspriii sand he L( I" n courses in Miami havi in -re, %  fees a\i Each is n onlj $1 50 to pia> on weel i onSatui ents after 4:30 we. The large variety ol privati rival, cou sprung up all over Dad c intj th. past y. r also ar. li ve .„.. %  Dorr.1 Courtrj i il I Miami, North Dad. metto ha< fees od in, : course h m. rat. 5 into effect lulls %  Ft I. ud. Anyoi • i BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Tl jected • ni^ht lif. th the n. • Uoi I ipicv m of the Deauvill. rhe V'espie i Rene. Arnault and the Eiffel 1 lj sh< rls. : < in It's i rvs An:, rican Bar at th Eden R. i Bi lj Maxt. I and his Mai hat hand ha' Las yar the> • ar with th. ir all-star i i ; contrast I the jazz i' the 'aron rkjea.at Ha iy"s Ai Bar Varona is a skill u n... a lai i %  his ted rhythms. Another popular spot for ihr dance buffs is the Boom-Boom room of the For.tainebleau, with two top orchestras alternating for the pleasure of the tteppers. The smart Gigi supper club, pressed over by Dean Murphy, long-time headline entertainer, offers dancing and superb cuisine nightly. Remember when Mother Kelly's w Miami Beach foi many \ % % % %  %  No> th. sit is i i a private key club, Th. • %  is Gei I Kelly ther Kelly Gcral ist taken ovei on J' '..-.. pens. r. you can expect I I • be super, Kelly i., planni tainn his expert re. the Lai .sure to ii is an a' afti r dai k ent. ment eccas IT'S MOVIE TIME: For UlOS. wh. W sen Mar;'' nl at thc S ind I'..rk. I Director Alain i an it-. with his enigmatic presentation of i r. son "Last Y-. i al Mai ien i I rrow ;: phi ..-<-. is a and i I surely on. that voke %  rsial talk i ..il who s. %  Peter Sellers' merry romp, "Only Two Can Play," is making the Mayfair management exceedingly joyful, from a box-office viewpoint, and is making all who see it exceedingly joyful, from an entertainment viewpoint. Easily one of the best of many films Sellers has starred in, and one of the funniest and most relaxing movies of this or any year. "State Fair"' has proved a bonanza at the b"x offices of the Miami. Miracle and 163rd Si. Theatreand holds over for another week. "Five Finger Ex rcise adapted from the hit play ot Broadway and London, follows the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical romp at those theatres. Maxmillian Scheel, the Academy Award winner, is in the new screen drama, and other stars are Rosalind Russell. Jack Hawkins and Richard Beymer. the male lead ol "West Side Story." which hold.over at the Sheridan. "Judgment a' Nuremberg," since winning a handlul of Oscars. ha> perked up considerably at thc Lincoln where it continues, with its ?uper cast, including Maxmillian Schell, Spencer Tracy. Burt Lancaster, Judy Garland. Montgomery (.'lift, Richard Widniark and Mai Hi., Dietrich, • ON THE TOWN: No-, that the temperature -tarts its normal rise for tintime ol year, therenothing more relaxing and diverting than dining out on Sunday for the entire family. Ther. n. end to the fine resl fully air-coi and boastir."' ino i cuisine, w.th plenty of menu variety t( suit the most dis hard >o please diners, '•' r. K n \r\ : Jorful, atmospheric and cordu al Miami Springs Villas, specializing in charcoal broii, roast Tony's Fish Market, in its first season, has caught on in a big way Besides a b.g. big menu of fresh sea food favorites, there are plenty of meat and fowl dishes all tastefully and amply prepared. Anoth. ,. ,, y i!u 5( skel si Airport ,., ..: ch. : Pc • t. ing to parties is an r sp. cialty oi ren. is what it %  ~ %  ; R i Convalescent Unit Donor Luncheon Bikur Cholim Kosher ( rtva|M cent Home of Grei jbold its annual < „ r .. [h Wednesday noon M, h ,, | ,. rhotel. MrSam Yud.ai. Q^. lain, will offer the inv. cati Benediction will he by Mrs Morru Dubler, outgoing i •, .. j^l Kaplan aad hi:-. a pre-gram of music 5 P.M WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS Lounge—Ente Ma inmeit YOUR HOST 101 C0H:\ BANCLE-S r ES Tl 1 c tibm 1850 Le Jeune t?d. 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Page 8-C 9>Jm1sti Ffrridifur Friday, May 4, \m %  '* %  Leaders of American voluntary overseas relief agencies honor President John F. Kennedy for "his vigorous championship of constructive assistance to the needy abroad" in a White House ceremony recently. An illuminated scroll was presented the President by Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, United Jewish Appeal executive vice chairman, in behalf of the Catholic Relief Services, Church World Service, United Jewish Appeal, American Friends Service Committee, CARE, Lutheran World Relief and the American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service. Joseph Meyerhoff, United Jewish Appeal general chairman, is seen standing behind the scroll with leaders of the other agencies. California High Court Upholds Ban on Bigotry in Business SAN FRANCISCO — (JTAi Tic California Supreme Court has Upheld a state law banning discrimination b> business establishments <>l all kinds, including real e>tate films The decision also held constitutional the Hawkins ae: barring discrimination in publicly assisted housing Chiel Justice Phil S. Gibson declared in the opinion that '"discrimination li'. housing leais to lack ot adequate housing for minority groups and inadequate housing conditions contribute to disease, crime and immorality In a related case, tne court ruled that a real estate broker who tried in good faith to find nousfl for a member of a minority group but failed could not be held liable il he could not complete the transaction because ol the owner's refusal to sell, The San Francisco Board of Supervisors, which has before it a City fair housing ordinance, was study iug the Supreme Court decision. The City Attorney was asked to etermine whether the .-".ate anliI ias act upheld by the Supreme Court prempted the field and made h using discrim lya state matte: Suffer Addresses Men's Mec*:r j .lack nutter, assi.-tant director of Dade County development commitsooke on "What the Dade C( unty Commission .s Doing for Florida" at a regular monthly breakfast meeting of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom. Davul Drinker is Brotherhood president, and Jack Wagner, the program chairman. Meeting took place on Sun day, 10:30 a.m.. in the Temple an diloriuni Pull Lever 1-i To Elect ommy WE NEED INDUSTRY IN ITS BUT NOT ON OUR BEACHES. WE MUST PRESERVE THE BEACHES FOR SWIMMING THERE IS NOT MUCH LEFT. VOTE MAY 8 Metro Commissioner DISTRICT 1 MAY 8 PROPER PLACE SAVE YOUR BEACHES II I Ah Bowies Lists Middle East Policy Needs TQ NEW YORK (JTA) Four ••basic ingredients" for an American policj lor the Middle East were listed lure this week by Ambass dor Chesti r Bow les ;t the biennial convention ot the American Jew1.'; Congn ss Mi I;, ivies, President Kenne > •; ecial advisor lor Asia. Africa ami I -in America, returned recently : 1 ,-n a Middlt East trip, IK" ii'i'l Ihi 500 delegates lhat the "ba; t dii im luded readme' j 1 ited StaU to help all nasii ea maintain their indipi nd ise ol L'nited Natii %  • : im I 1 reduce tensions Arab-Israel lisi 11 eru : ito open : .Ml Mid le I nations to d< • ote less timi I 5 | I t 0 solution 1 Iheir internal problems. and "a persistent, patient ef;, r: •<> find • me basis for Ai Israel cooperation, no matter how tentative. He said he saw "some signs of progress" in easing the Arab refugee problem, citing current efforts by Dr. Joseph Johnson, special representative of the UN Palestine Conciliation Commission.. The Ambassador praised the economic and industrial growth of Israel as one of tr/ "most rapid rates of development in the world." He called Israel's foreign assistance program, which includes more than 1,000 students from 52 countries studying in Israel, a byproduct of the Arab boycott. The Ambassador also -aid there was hope in three important but unpublicized developments in the area tin"decline" of the appeal of Communism, the adjustment of United States policy with less tenseness" in American-Middle East n lalions. and a greater : by Middle East nationon International development and less "on conflicts with their neighbors." The convention was opened with a report from its president. Rabbi .1 'li 1 1 • thai the organization v >u : sponsor an "American..• .; .... 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Page Z-3 ^Jmisi-fhriMyr Friday, May 4. 1362 STARRING E v.-.e chapter held ."tseph Gould, Earl Gold, sponsor, Jack Kraje Jamer pr?s.der.:. Judge Berrim-:., Joseph J. A. Charles Rueger, Ruth rig] rtha 1 Beth Shoiom Sisterhood tc Host Leader Inst::Lie of Southeast Federation Here Southeast ] N %  day. May 10. from 10 30 a.i I peaker Mrk-eland. O.. a • ttee on Woi tsl FedThe "• n of Tem• >ne ol the world'i . ration I Tei .' \>od of I >r >nt '. .i humanitarian causes It membership ol more than I Sisterhoods in the United States. Canada. Cuba. : lands, Weal Indies, the United Kir.: Jon-.. Union o" member of the board S New Zea. tl i tmnuttee oi thi phony and the Worn, en's Orchestra of Cleveland. She has served on the boai i of Cleveland College Auxiliary, and is an honorary trustee of the Fair mount Temple of Cleveland, which her late husband. Rabbi Barneit Brickner, served with distinction for many \ear-. Subjects at the institute will include; "Local Projects." uith Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, president il Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, serving a< discussion leader; "NaHall Supporters Cite Advances Commissioner Chuck Hall, running for Congress in the new Thud District "has shown the grea increase in strength week." accor ling to his supportei "The Florida 'PoUl and Poll." issued this week lrom Tallaha thai Hall gained the most, or 12 per cent II continue, Hall run ri< %  izaand the Hungarian leaders oi tin community." Idsupporters indicate that 'Judge Falk hataken an outstanding part in civic affairs in the community apresident of the Downtown Optimists Club and a memI ei of the Dade County ISO Advisor) Board. He is a Shrmer. an Elk and a Moose.*' He has served as a member of the board of directors of the Dade i not a powder, not a crystal, but a HEW detergent! Ne* Fab is power-blasted under mere than 300 pounds of pressure. This compresses cleaning energy in every tiny bead and gives New Fab penetrating power to get your toughest wash not just surface dean—but I 1 MRS. BABMtJT BMCKNIB IlJGUST imo.% ft) l\ tl.. lif \f CLEAN CLEAR THROUGHI KOSHER c PARVE PRODUCT Of COLOATt-PALMOUVg A Round of golf at Caesarea One of the world's great attractions in golfdom is the course at Caesarea, the Roman capital of Palestine, 2,000 years ago. Every inch of the ground is historical. Perhaps, a Roman coin lies under the divot of turf you may take, on your next iron shot to the green! Or you may day dream and see a column of Legionnaires, marching to the nearby Hippodrome where gladiators are fighting for Herod's amusement. Golf? Wake up! It's a Simcha at Caesarea. The Taste of Yuban Coffee Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world's richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans—aged like tha best-flavored v/ines and cheese. Then added to Yuban's blend —for deep, dark, delicious taste. The Simcha Coffee 7



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Friday. May 4. 1962 +Jewisti ncridiaun Page 9-A Gordon Hits Back At 'Big Lie 1 Certificates for distinguished service during the past three years were presented by Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Welfare Board Armed Services Committee at the recent JWB biennial convention held in Miami Beach. Left to right Dr. Marvin Goldstein, Atlanta JWB-USO chairman; Hyman Kam, Miami VAVS representative to the Coral Gables Veterans Hospital and a Greater Miami Jewish Community Center representative; Mrs. Louis Glasser, Greater Miami Armed Services chairman; Herbert Elsas, chairman. Third Army Area JWB-USO Armed Services Committee; Mrs. Herbert Shapiro, Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood; Charles Seiavitch, chairman, B'nai B'rith State of Florida, working with the Armed Services. Not present were Arthur Rosichan, executive director. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Miss Trixie Levin, and Mr. and Mrs. Wolfie Cohen. Legislator Urges Stevenson Give Testimony WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Dem< cratic Congressman Leonard Farbstein, of New York, this week ask is the first county area io be receiving attention from our Board of Equalization, which will report to the public in July. "There is no limit to the recognition we can receive in the district so long as we exert our influence in a business-like manner and with mil understanding of the operation of county government." Gordon said that "I have spoken, io many of the people in my district, and am confident of overwhelming victory. "We are calling upon the people to make their voices heard for effective planning in government as opposed to belligerence and hollow promises. I have the utmost faith." concluded Gordon, "in the ability of the voters to distinguish between the two Form Bowling League Emma Lazarus chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, met Tuesday evening at the Pladium Bowling Lanes. Program included formation of a howling league. Guest speaker way Mary Sheffler. an expert on bowling. |You Know Him By The Company He Keeps MRS. M i"0N SIRKIN WITH ALEX GORDCN AT A CAMPAIGN BREAI.rAST Mrs. Sirkin, or. active, richly respected member of the Comirur;', is 'r'jit President of Hadassah, Greater Miami (•wish Community Center end Conference of Jewish Wc.ncn. She is President of the Dade County Fcd"ration of Jewish Women's Organizations. Mrs. Sirkin and Al.'x Gordon arc active in the aifairs of Temple Emanu-Ei. MR. AL SlttRMAN WITH /.'.EX GO'JOON AT A CA AfAMHI BREAKFAST Mr. Sherman, an active, highly respected m.-mb"r of the Cummunily is Pest President oi the Miami BcucEi Zionist District, Controller of the Jewish National Fund, Director of the j cf Jewish Education, Cr..iirn.:in ol the North Shore I cn.ib for Israel. He is o D.rcctsr 01 Ttmpll M:.-.orah. Mr. Sherman and Alex Gordon ore active in B nai B'rith. We, too, are proud of Alex Gordon and his service to District 5 en the County Comission: R. W. "Bill" Apte Joeph Goodman Lin;C.nin Meyers Jack Bernstein Henry Cove Herbert S. Shapiro Inez Krensxy Milton Weiss Balk) Goldstrich Jennie SaH 11 Rose Weiss E. I. Binder NafhwtM Klein Harry Smitii M'lten Sirkin Dan B. Ruskin MM Brdermsn George J. Talianoff Irving Schulman Samuel J. Naipjrin ran ALEX GORDON Former Special Agent FBI f£> COUNTY COMMISSION, DISTRICT 5 Miami Beach, Surfside, North Bay Village, Bay Harbor Islands, Bal Harbour, Sunny Isles area, Golden Beach Pull Lever 2F ON MAYS



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Friday, May 4, 1962 *Je*isl> tier Mian Page 5-A CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE "LAWYERS AND LAYMEN ALIKE AGREE THAT JUDGE GOLDMAN IS ONE OF THE ABLEST JURISTS IN FLORIDA." — MIAMI HERALD ". KNOWN AS A STUDENT OF THE LAW, HE IS RATED BY PROFESSIONAL OBSERVERS TO BE ONE OF THE FINEST JURISTS TO SIT ON THE CIRCUIT BENCH IN THIS STATE." — MIAMI NEWS "IN THE RECENT DADE COUNTY BAR POLL, JUDGE GOLDMAN POLLED THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF WELL QUALIFIED' AND 'QUALIFIED' VOTES OF ANY CANDIDATE." — DADE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION "... I BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST ADDITION TO THE BENCH THAT HAS OCCURRED DURING MY MEMORY." ~ RICHARD ERVIN Attorney General of Florida ASK YOUR ATTORNEY — OR ANY ATTORNEY — ABOUT JUDGE PHILLIP GOLDMAN'S QUALIFICATIONS AS CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE CXIT RETAIN Z Lever 14B H. Pol. Adv.



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Friday, May 4, 1962 *•. Jfewfcft /Hhridfifrpn Page 15-3 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Vci timer M. Caplin (centeri, U.S. Commissioner of Internal -.ever.ue, is greeted by Henry E. Wolff left), president of Temple Israel 5 foundation Fund. Sidney E. Meyer (right) was chairman o: 3ti inaugural dinner of the Foundation Fund at which Dr. Z ~plin was the main speaker. U.S. Revenue Chief is Speaker Dr Mori %  C iplan, U S mmiisior i Internal Revi -• ol %  •• the inaugural of thi mple Isra I jtion Fund i H lay evening in %  n R Th( nation I ix collection head i.cu>sed lh( philosophj e wn. • %  "aimed al pholea bringing about a •i taxes based on %  i reased ime expected." James I. Ke.er, local tax consultant, and William Eierman, chief trjst officer of the First Na*:onai Bank, spoke on the "Financial Aspects of Charitable Giving. er was chaired by Sid[uests were greetry I'. Wolff, president ol .; lation Fund, who discussrpose of the fund. WILL SHARE Ijve/y North Mbavl Bch. home with I or 2 business (Ml beginning May 15. All modern conveniences. Near 763rd SI. Shopping Center. Coll Dorothy, VII 50764 Dr. %  i i R Narot, ol Temple [si tied that "endowments an annual Institute for the tian Clergy, an annual lecture -, ries an I a youth camp scholarship, are already being administerthe Foundation Fund." NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I 'haute r i 1 "::::.' Acts "I l'.'ll Kill A.\ 2 NOTICE IS HHRKHV IIIVEN thai sv mi .%  ;. i n, hldi r of I'll) of Miami Tax Sali Certificate No 95H Issued Hi. 6th rln> "i June, A.D. IW, ha* riled mi n in; office, anil lias made ui plication fo' n t;.-\ >d lo iIssued i hei ei n SH I • Vri iflcate embi ac< H the following described property In the Count) "i i -i.i. state ot Florida, H-ll j." in" of X 6li 1. %  %  %  >' %  • I*' A-; %  (*lenroyal Amended IMal Booh .' Ii :ii. i 'i v ui Miami, iint) .,r Hade, Sti i Florida. %  ill. assessment of s;n i propert) un,l, the said ce tlflcflti was iri th.nanu • I I'nknnu n I'nli -.-said certificate shall be re1 accord ins lo lav.. the propert) will I,.si. lil to the %  %  i ider at the Court I louse dooi ihi frsl Monda) In Ihe month "' n ii i .. i %  he Ith das ol : 1962 11 ited tini-i day ol Mu> K II I R VTHKRM tN I'll of Cl ui i % %  •in t. 11 < ofl and has made application for a tax deed to he issued t hi reon Said I !ei i iflc ite elilhiac. K the following deal I Ibed propel i\ in ill. i %  ..nun "i I '.nil-. Slate ol Florida, to-wlt: \ i i • o| r %  ... I-I ,.i Tract i pi ..I .i I'oi tlon "i Sub Seel ion % %  • Tow nshlp %  So II h, Range 12 i -•. containing 116 Veres m r Plal II < 11 Pal • -' %  in the 'otini v uf I ade, State • %  Florida. The II aid propert) under Hi. s:n.l i el tlfll ale w s in ill. ol s K Hydi oponlc r nrms Inc. I HI. ss -III. I certificate shall be rein med HI ii d IK•'• law, the proper I! will be Bold to the hiKhi -i bidder .11 the Court House i • i • %  • Monday in ihe month "i Inn. 1962, which Is the itli da) ol i i .I MI. d tins 1st da) cd Ma). 1962. I-:. II I.I-: 1THKIIMAN i 'lei K "i Circuit i '"in i. Padi '' iunt). Hoi Ids [Circuit i"..mi s. H B> K \i I.EEPKR, H.C. :. I-II-I^-: 1 .. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C:RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 4601 \.\Tlli I.NV A I I.i ii;i..\ TIN K. Plaintiff. VIOLA P FLORENTINE l •• %  [ %  ndant. i i i Vli 'I. A P I i.iiKKNTIM-. Apat no. MI :'.-''. Meadow i ouri Clifton; N" h You, VIOLA P FLORKNTINI hereb) notified ih n • Bill ol i plaint for lllvi r e has l>i • n I i agalnsl you, nnd you are required t" Bl rve a i op) ol youi Am %  r or I leadthi Bill of Complaint on the •is attorney, A Bl IH> t I I %  1,1-j; J06 Al sli J Building, Miami %  •-. l'i,. i. .In I fill ii" i Win %  Am Pleading In thi offli ol ihe i lerh oi ih, i -iri ill Conn on oi l>( rore the in. das of June. 1962. If you fall i" do xii Judgment bs defaull will be I agalnsl toll for Ihi n Ih i di in tin Bill of Complaint This notlci shall he publ hi rt nnci each •< ek for l in T1IK JEWISH I -LiiBII'IAN. DONE YND i ii:i 'I %  .III-.I %  Miami, l his 2" h da) of April, A I • l!62 t E. bl LEATHERM VN del I.. Clri ill Cou i • I,I. i nty. !• lorida II ||l '..Ill I Si .'1 I K M I.YMAN Deput) Clerk A Bftili iTTi.ii: \ n-l. ) Bui Miami '•%  Kloi i '' !: : '' ", | ll-ls-" NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW sen ICE is %  '• %  EN %  buslm MV CITIES %  M ,,. Hi • ,,-. da to re ; • County, Florida ... MICHAEL Kl. MAR1 i >W • %  N %  '• N I Bid* Miami j _, 0 2 CIRCUT COURT. 11th JUOlC -CIRCUIT. D^DE COU\TY. r_IN C-ANCERY NO. 62C TEl iPV !' %  VIRi 11X1 : 'X. I • • NOTICE BY PLBU You • Street, %  ,,, DI vou on P'-lntll H .LAS %  ">'• I %  Ma v. A.I %  DATEP, %  LEGAL NOTICF ALFRED AR0N0VITZ and BOB HAVERFIELD Proudly Present Their Choi ce for the County Commission see page 15-A .NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< 1TI1 %  : Is HEREBY 11IVEN t ii ii :::. i leslrlllK i" engage in ii,ii. Iltlous name •>! v -I. \sII "IATES al 5M K. nth Ii lale.ih, I lorida, Intend t" %  I name Itli 1 1"V the Cl' ull Court .a lade County. JACK ACIST |{i "BERT I.ITI >r :. i 11 1 2.i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEX thai ih. undersigned, desiring t" engage in business undei Ihe fictitious name ••! I Kl" "I' VITAMINS tt COSMETICS : %  i 1611 Washington Avenue, Mian I Beach, Florida Intends i" register said name iili the Clerk ol the Circuit Ccurl "I I lade • %  %  nut > Florida WASHIXOTO.N liRl'tl COM PA M KOVNEK .v MAXXHE1MER Attorneys for Washington Drug Cornpans 5 1-11-16-2:. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 558D5-B IX i:i-: Estai l.mis MASK IN I.. used NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I '• n %  "", | nil claims or I'• mands Agalnsl i a foil, and each ol notified and i. i.i,: ui di nai ds I o ,l,i of n %  %  have agalnsl the pLtate of Li 'CIS M kSKIX, ileceased h,te of Bade Count) Flot da, lo th. I! rabli Co nl Jmll es o Bad' Countv, and file thi i n in. it otK in the fount) Courthouse in i, ; ,,i,. county, F'lorl ia with six cat. ndar months from iti %  %  dan > "" flisl publication li said rtalmn or demands to contain the Ii gal aadress "' t'"claimant and t" be sorn .., nnd i". si :.' %  ii as aforesaid, or Bamt ill be barred. |,,,,, April 26. A.M. 1962. |ri !" i publication on Ma) I, i"'M\.\ HELKANB As Executor of the i-'-t til %  '•'•' Tes lamenl ol I.i'I IS .MASK IN I tttvi ased HENRY NORTON 1406 Blscayni Building Miami, F"loi ii .. Attorne) for Executor ,. U ., 8 M Rl Cl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY UIVBN that :.• unders gned, desiring t" engage In .1, .... ;,• del Ihe fictitious name ol l:\i: SPECIALTY COMPANY at -. i; loth Ave Hlaleah, Florida, ini. I • slater said name with the the Circuit Court ol Batw nty, Ilorida. HUBERT I'.RAI N NEIL KOKMC ;. I-I1-1X-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY BIVEN thai ihe undersigned, desiring t" engage In i. -in.-ss under Ihe fictitious name "i FLORIDA PHYSICIANS WHOLESALE I'lii'i: en at 3146 Coral ta) Miami, Florida, Intends t" reglater said name it ii the Clerk "i the Circuit Court of Bade County, l-'li.rida. TOBACKS OROVE PHARMACY, INC. i A Cla Corp.) Hole iwner 5 l-ll-lS-2.'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ''.IN F.N thai Hie iiml. rslK di si Inn to engage ill %  r ihe fletltlous name o I-I oRII'\ INI ORMATIOX Bl REAI „ suite 9-A, %  % %  %  Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Florida, Intends t" register ..ii.i name with the Cl> rk of the < ir, uii .'..m i -I I 'aile Count) Florida. ALC1ERT .1 TAHRSXIN SMITH £ MANDLER Attorneys fi r Albert J. rarwon inLincoln Road, .Miami Beai h, Fia. : 'T,,: 5 |.lt-. IT'S EXPERIENCE THAT COUNTS! PULL LEVER 44-B & ELECT E. F. "BOB" LASSETER CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1 PIN THE BADGE OF CONSTABLE ON THE MAN BEST QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE & REPUTATION TO SERVE YOU! DEPUTY CONSTABLE FOR 9 YEARS FORMER DADE COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFF + 5 YEARS ON THE ROAD PATROL ir 3 YRS. WITH THE CRIMINAL 3UREAU OF INVESTIGATION NAVY WORLD WAR II VETERAN; SERVED AS CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR FOR THE PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE rTTTTTTT ANOTHER LEVER 43-A HI HUM \\ backer NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ih HEREBY: U1VEM thai iii, undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under Ihe fictitious name ol M C ASSOCIATES Bl 2530 N. K. K08th Terrace, Miami. Florida, intends tade County, Florida .Mi >RT< N %  I M.MI.M'.S SHEVIN, Q MAN £ III 'I. T/..M A .N Attorneys for M C. Associates IA STIA'AN N IU'l.Ty.MAN t I-11-1S-2.I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE lb HFJREBY iSIVtSM thai ih.. undersigned, desiring t.. engagi In business under ihe fictitious name ol C(|RAI. OABI.ES HI isl'ITAl. al *WMi > w 1T1I1 Avenue, Coral Oables, li,, |,| a intends to reglsti i said name ;ili the clerk of the Clrcull Court % %  li.nl.County, l-'l la LATIN AMERICAN r KATFiRNAI. ASSI INC A Noll Profit Ilol Hla i ui |1 I II-I--J. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF;REBY I1IVKN thai • i. %  %  gned, di siring to engage in %  K undet ilo fictitious nanu ol ATLANTIC i i|-riiAI. SI I'PLl II Sol thi sl 2 si Miami, Florida, in|i ii-ls 1" regiHU-l -a>l II. mi. with thi Clerk ol no Cli cull i 'out t ol Bade County, l-'ii-i'ii.i Ml ii:i,' i.M ll< 'I.i 'l Ni, Ci iltr. i iw nel III-II -,I:I.. TEITE1.MAN and Al.m-.i: r Attoi ne) s for Applicant 1462 West I lagli r SI i t 1 1 -1 v %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is lll.lli-.r.N tilVBN that I hi undersigned, deslrlns to engagi in business undet the fictitious Mini ol MMtTI COLLECTION AOENCY al Dude Count). Florida, Intends to reg I-I... v., I.I ii.mi. with the Clerk oi the in. all Co rl ol Bade County, Flot l'llll. BeLEoN \ss, al \ i'i-:s, IM Sole Ownei MAUN PABER Attorne) i"i Vppllcanl 161S i "ongi • -BldB ;. i-i i-i--•%  .. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. N0.55857C IN RE: Estali "i JANE WARDLOW I'RETTYMAN I leceasi NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person! Having claimor i '• mands Agalnsl Saiq Y'-U are hereb) notified and required t.. present an) claims and demands which you may havi a^ams. ;im gtu i JANE WARDUm PRbl %  M\N tof Miami Reach ami Miami) deceased lat ol Bade County, Florida, ,.. ,i,. Count) Judge* of Badi l ount), ii nd file ilo sami in duplicate and as ptovlded in Section oW.16, KI.H i.la Statutes, in their offices In thi -ount) Courthouse in Bad. Co inty, Florlds within -IN cab niai months from tn< i of th. first publication h. r. .. th. --nil. will !•• barred I,.,,,,I .,, \i ami, Iorida. 'ins -" %  ,1 i> of \|n II. A.B I! IVEOROE W II'RKTTYMAN till i'laa. i 'oral Hables, F'loi Ida \. Admlnistraioi publli atlon ii %  o r the I'M da; %  •' M '> %  %  '" %  -' lOSEl'H C LAI SSF.L k „n ,..> fi i Hen W i. I'tettyman. A, Inn Ihi I -'.•'• %  s w 24 Street, Mil I-' oi d MO •"'<, .,. ..i-i IN THE C' D CUiT COURT OF T -S ELEVENTH JUOIC A_ CISC"-"FLORIDA IN AND FOR D A ~ =. COUNTY IN ERV No. 6CC 14 ASH I l\ IN \l tilA I N ,1 >' %  'I. %  ILYN II Zl %  %  i • i • M ••: N t h. ROBERT VV. I '• If she I : iv. unknown li %  • I I. i: N .I claimil -thi %  and P. •. nd miNOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tt • i TI.I.I:N. ui. RI >BF:RT H Cl i .EN, SR ,-, ased, inkm n • Cl'l I.EN If s ; the tno n hell ROBERT W CCLLEN, other persons mi. I. r .a against i 1 !. ,,f I, ise r. sld. n es an inknow n Al i| IRES8 INKS' '\\ N Yiir ARE HEREBY X' iTIFlED I i i implnlnl for Fon filed igalnsl you upon tl covering the follow In • I Lol | Block 1, Tl ."]'l''-M. GARDENS ES ["ATI :s to the Plat th. r< •• is I in Plat Book 58, al Pagi :.. >f thi P R, ordg of l M.I.' "ount) Flor da and > ou are requli • %  • i :, v of youi Answer to the ilnt on plaintiffs' attori y, A Bl'DD ; LER, 708 Alnsle) lluilding, Miami l lol Ida, .nai file tl %  rlglnal In the office of the Clerk of th. C i utt Court "ii '"" before the 2*th day 'f M i\, 1968, "i a Dei rei P will l" entered agalnel DATED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, tiiis. L'HII da) ol Api %  -E B LEATHERM VN i'!. rk of I 'Ir. nil i "ourl Miami, i lade Count). Florida (seal) B) M I'W'AI.Al'.is Deput) clerk -t 27 1-11-18 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 1 IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 55719-C RE: Estate D! Ti JUDGE JASON BERKMAN tor Justice ol the Peoce J Bggggi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW x, ITH -i: is II KRF:IM I n\ EN imu ill. undersigned, deslrlnii lo engagi in K uii del Ihe fictitious name "' NKBTCNE M VNBBAOS al 5273 N ^ 36th Ave Miami 12 1 1"' da, to reglsti i siii.I name with he Clerk ,,,tn e ,-ii, uii Court ui l lade Count). Florida NCI'TINK IMS I'CH'.C I'i'KS. INC A Florida i "ocp. .. i-il-m-21 IN THE ClRCUiT COURT OF THE El EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 2330 DORIS ELAINE MILLER 180 known as DORIS AUAINE CONREY, Palntlfi .1. .UN JOSEPH Ci i.NRBI alias JOHN JOSEPH CONROY, 11. |. inlam NOTICE BY PUBLICATION .lnIlN JOSEPH CON RE Y H|SO know i, aJoHN JOSEPH CONRoY i Ri s-.i. nc. unkn.. n i Vou HI • hereb) not II led th I n e< •"r.H .ililinni. III Ol lll> Dice hi I,j i'.-: iI :i.. Iii. 'onrei red ti si i B ,|.v ..: tnswrr or ol II lll.l IKl ir. \ Ma. DONEI.1 %  •" ",i i Bis, .n ne lluili 1 P | "' ,.' nnd flli Ih. "i Iglnal ol ihe same In Ih. ofl thi Cl. rk ol the Or, mi Court "" oi i %  fin 'b day i Ma) A. P. l2, oth. i !-• %  B Becree p r „ conf. --•• in b. i nti red agalnsl PATEP. Vprll II, i; r. l.l-'.A I'lll-'.ltMAN, i ')ei u ''irull Court Hi M CAVALAR1S, tj i. rk 4 i:i 80-87, 5 I l.N MARY i."C I:.NI;I:I.. I I, lias. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \n Creditors and All Peraons Hav inc Claims or Demands Against s..:d Estate: Vou are hereb) notified and re.tuir* t .ii in present an) claims and dernandg which you mas have attains! the ••-• its of MARY LOU F.N.',i:i. deceased late ,,f l lade Count) i loi Ida, to th. Coun. i, Judges of Dade County, and me tin same in theli ofl li es In th. I 'ouni i 'i.u-1 house in l 'ade 'ount) i1 Ida, within eight calendar m. from the date ol the first public it i h. i of, or the same i.i be h H i \.N OAII. WKSTERB N KMANCEL LF:VENS0N i Biscayna uidg., Miami 32, I la ... -1522 :. %  -' > IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT 0 = FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERV No. 62C 4522 CHARLES SCHWARi "/• LI Hi:i EN -'HW'ARCZ, Ills Plaintiffs, V s rili >MAS II MIL'S ind i.,i l-'.KN E. MILLS, his wits l .in.l W Ii.i L\M .> i in "-in .iii.l .H'SIM'H DOR' WIN, I ', femlants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl' WILLIAM N I iRt I2'l North Wi i 11 Linden, New Ji .mil TO -i' 'SEPH DtlRi 'SIN Mi North A\ enue Jerse) City, N. \\ Jerse) TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ,, i 'ompl nut t" F'orei lose Mon i on the follo i ii ii del [>rop. tj The Ninth 'i Lol 11. .if RANPi il.l'll At "RES, rdlng to the Plal th. reol Book 43, at I the P iblta Ft. i ords of l lade Count y, Floi has been bri >ught '* > ou ai*.her. b) ii"i Ifii s ..-.,-. of you i ipon a \.\ii:s F I 1 'i.ivci v : e) for Plaintiffs, 1748 W. it %  \ Miami 44, Florida, n.il in the ofl Hie Circuit C i.la. %  I I'H'J, other! 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Paoe 8-A 9-Jmlstncrldi^r Fridcy, May 4. 1982 Englander Raps '24-Hr. Rezoning' For Oil Refinery Judge KiifilanJcr pledged a "fight | courts and traffic contro self-government Count) American Friends of the Kebtew University of Jerusalem and lei's 14th anniversary of independence are the subjects of conversation for (left to right* Herbert S. Shapiro, Ambassador Philip Klutnick. Leo Robinson and Emil Friedlander. Shapiro is past president of the local chapter of the American Friends; Klutznick is immediate past national president of the Hebrew University organization; Robinson is secretary of the South Florida Division of the American Friends; and Friedlander is a board member. Hebrew Univ. Cruise to Launch 3-Week Celebration of Israel's 14th Anniversary Miami Beach Vice Mayor Ml lander's whirlwind campaign „, return for election to the Dade Count) municipalities in those areas Commission moved through every Ihl ,.„„ %  > can best serve: community m the Fifth Itnct nr,-. week with four main issues stressed by the former Justice oi the r> j u | g< Englander hammered %  iua\ ••> and Mid I lime .%  ••These two projects, hasl I) appiovi Metro, pose a i [ Miami 1 \ ., : .. I ; hours -acl • • v %  • • a tei I even the verj air we breathe to the' where traffic Headquarter, f, r EngU 1 ara at 171 Lincoln th Florida Jewry' ul| l launch et weeks of celebrations markng Israel's nth anniversary ol inpendence Saturday night with a mmunity-wide dinner and dance ird the M. S. Calypso Lirvr S] n sored by the American Friends of the Hebrew University isalem. the black tie affair co-chaired bj Jack S Popick and Samuel Simonhofi An unusual feature of the funcir ng which no solicitation of •has been scheduled will be the total absence of speeches. it's been a long season of banquets and halls. We've had numerous requests for something differ• in a dinner-dance. This fourhour cruise off the Florida coast should answer those suggestions." Fopick said Reading of Israel's historic Declaration of Independence will be the highlight of the evening, which gets under way when the 190-ft. vessel casts off from the downtown Miami docks at 8:45 p.m. Cutting Of a huge birthday cake will be the only other ceremony board the ship. Dinner will be served immediately after embarkation, with two dance bands and unusual Calypso entertainment on the agenda. Mrs. Simonboff stressed that there are still reservations available. They may be secured at the Hebrew University offices. One Lincoln Road Bldg. The Saturday night fete also will mark the 13th anniversary of Israel's admission into the United Nations. Actual date of Israel's birthday is Tuesday night. May 8. on the Hebrew and Israeli calendars Israel's independence was proclaimed on the fifth of Iyar. May 14, 1*48. following the expiration of the British mandate in Palestine. 'Judge Englander'* stand has won unanimous support," his supporters pointed out, "from the Beach City Council, Chamber of Commerce, conservation groups and numerous other civic and service organiiations. All have taken firm stands against Seadade. The time to stop it is now, for there are no foolproof safety controls possible," the former president of the Miami Beach Zionist District declared. Judge Englander. former Assist ant Attorney General of the Statt of Florida and now a Miami Beach City Councilman, won the endorsements during the week of Ted Trushin. president of the BeacSi ol B'nai B'rith; Frank Colin, past president of the Civic l.< Dr and Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz; Judge Eugene Sulxberger, oi Surfside; Dr. Stanle) Coltune, past president of the Presidents' Council and .Tumor Chamber of Commerce; Harold Rosen, past exalted ruler of the Elks and Jaycee president; Benjamin J. Meyer-; and numerous other communal leaders. Judge Englander. past president of the Miami Beach J.iycecs. who was selected as Miami Beach's Man of the Year" by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, is a former Dade County Democratic county coranuttecman and 1past master of h.s Masonic lodge. I : KEEP JUDGE JACK A. FA L K GROUP 2 LEVER 30-B i CRIMINAL COURT CF RECORD ENDORSED BY THE MIAMI NEWS! The Miami New* sad Ap28. 1962: "For Criminal Court ef Reccrd, we recommend that incumbent Jui Jack A. Faik be retained. During his tervu-e en the Criminal Court Bench, he hes established a reputation for fairness arxi in'egrity which well qualifies him for continued service. PRAISED BY TH€ MIAMI HERALD! The Miami Heraic sa.d, Apr. 26, 1962: "The incumbent. Jack A. Falk, is a young man of high integrity." OVERWHELMINGLY COMMENDED BY MEMBERS OF DADE BAR ASSN.! RECEIVED 799 VOTES AS "WELL-QUALIFIED" FROM BAR MEMBERS TO ONLY 44 FOR OPPONENT! a 1.1 ii 11 i — MAKE HEARD ELECT WEISSENB01 Pull Lever 25-4 Pttdf Pd. Pol. Adv.



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Friday. May 4, 1962 vJewist ricridtian Page 7-B Beach Hadassah Donor Luncheon A donor committee has been making last-minute calls and table dec( rations for the Golden Jubilee donir reward luncheon of the Miami ; t ach chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Nat Barth and Mrs Sam Kuban have created more than a l.undred of these unique decoralions. The luncheon will attract some ] 200 members, from all 14 groups c,i ihe Beach, who reached and ovi rsubscribed their fund-raising quoThe luncheon will take place tin Monday. 11:30 a.m.. at the Font,.ir.fb!eau hotel. In honor of the 50th anniversary (i Hadassah, guest speaker will be Howard M. Sachar, American historian and expert on Israel's blems. Gilmarr, the Latin-Amer; ; in baritone, will emcee the show. ighting Carol Donn, soprano; ance Icam. the Simpsons; and i ..rust. Pausto Curbelo. Kneeling (left to right) at a display table of decorations for the Golden Jubilee donor reward luncheon of Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah are Mrs. Nat Barth and Mrs. Sam Ruban. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Ann Melnick. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, chairman. Miss Lillian Goodman, president of chapter. Mrs. Etta Weston, Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, proaram chairman. Standing are Mrs. PhiHp Thau, publicity chairman. Mrs. Harry Platofi and Mrs. Maurice Cahn. Term End Nears At Corel Way Preschool students at Coral Was Jewish Center will participate in "Visits to Storyland" programat the end of the school term later this month. On Tuesday. May 29. 10 a.m prekindergarten classes and nursery children will present 'Babes in Toyland For their graduation program, the kindergarten classes will per form in "Alice in Wonderland and MM •Land ot oz." Exercises ti %  < place Thursday. May 31. 7 p.m.. and diplomas will be distributed. Women's Branch Sabbath Set • rday, May 12. has been desigited as National Women's Branch ith by the Union of Orthodox ..v...'i Congregation of America. •• %  men's Branch i L'OJCA represents over 200.000 Orthodox women in the United States and Canada. Sisterhoods will commemorate tl.< occasion at Sabbath services. Oneg Shabbats and special programs provided by the Women's Branch headquarters. Many rabbis plan m dedicate their sermons lu the theme ot the Women's Branch. Mrs Marry Personik i> president el the Florida chapter of the orTemple Israel To End Series Temple Israel Sisterhood will pre sent the final book review oi the 1961-62 series on Tuesday. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will review "The Rothschilds," by Frederick Morten Coffee will be served a; a.m and the review will start at j 11 a m. Series tickets will be honored. and additional tickets will be sold at the deer of the Wolfson audi• rium 1 1 the Temple Educators Scheduled Kabbi Harold Richter. spiritual ieader of Dacle Heights Jewish Congregation, will appear on "Still Small Voice." television program sponsored bj the Rabbinical Assn. rt Greater Miami, on Sunday at 10 a m over WCKT, ch. 7. Abran-ni lilltleson, education director i Beth Torah, and the Young Judeans, will appear with him in a program of music and dance comMrs.ToKner Will Take Office Here Mrs. Lee Poliner will succeed Mrs Irving Miller as president ,f the Presidents Council of the Children's Asthma Research Institute Hospital. Mr Sam Kratish and Mrs. Milton Koch will serve as vice presidents; Mrs. Bernard Grecnstein and Mrs Alan Jay. secretaries; and Mrs. Julian Cole, treasurer. Installation will be held on Thursday May 10. 10:30 a.m.. at the • home of Mrs Miller. Funds raised by the organization are used for the care and treatment oi the nation's seriously ill asthmatic children, and for research the cause and poss.ble cure of allergi YOU could be doing this at Westbrooke ...or coca's isr 1 :i SRAMMEC


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• TT U by ISABEL GROVE Happy occasion for Mrs. Ida Levey was the dinner party given u, ^iurooke Countrv Citib a few Sundays ago in honor of her b.rthI IJ Sharing the festivities with her were the Morton Kawalers. daughter and son-in-law, with daughters Diane and Karen And rton K Levev with his wife and daughter Beth Their lyoungi -:. year-old Jeffrey, missed the get-together, but was satis. ,:n th< ,>.oce of birthday cake brought to him by his grandIher Topping off their tour of the West with several weeks at the i len 'C, Abraham and Ida Goldman, of Forest Hills, were entertained :.: a family dinner i-? the Coral Gables home of brother Harry Goldman, wife Julia, and son Jerome, Miami attorney Other quests include! Mrs. Esther Levy, who is Julia's mother, her brother I and MMer-inlaw, Edward ant! Sadie Horowitz, of Miami Beach All the Goldmans spend a weekend in Palm Beach, and now the visitors are trying to coax the family into joining them on a cruise through the St. Lawrence Waterways this summer Mr.'. Nettie Melker and her mother. Mrs. R. Halperin. returning to their home in Schenectady after spending the Passover holidays 1* th Sterl.ng hotel While here, they were entertained by Leona ; nd Sam Halperin—he's a former Miami Beach City Councilman and owner of the Imperial House. Yelta and Samuel Solomon, 9300 E. Bay Harbor dr., who are leaving to spend several weeks in New York, will be guests of honor there OD June 7 for their 40th wedding anniversary Hostmi' tht celebration will be daughters Gloria, her husband Seymour Weinstein, and Lorraine and her husband, Aaron Garten, all of Lon^ Island, and son Irwir Solomon and his Valeria, Miami residents. have already traveled north to participate in the plans The day after the festivities, the senior Solomons leave on the SS France tor a tour which will cover England, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Holland Italy, Denmark, Spain and Israel ... In many of those countries, they will be meeting nieces and nephews and other relativec for the first time Mr. S.. who has retired from the restaurant Mipply busiress for over 20 years, is a member of the Masons and Knights of Pythias in New York and the American Legion and Empire State Club in Miami Beach Members of Temple Israel, the Solomon* have five grandchildren. • A trip to Scottsdale, Ariz., for Mrs. Anna L Fuchs. of the Blackstone hotel Attraction is the Bar Mitzvah of grandnephew Stuart B.. son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Hazelkorn. and grandson ot the Jack Hazclkorns. of Miami Beach A future premiere ballerina, Patty Lewy. 10. made her dancing : nd WU the youngest member of the junior company ol the mi Ballet las' Saturday night ... In the audience and mighty pioud were Patty's parents, the Jim Lewys, and her three sisters, Suzic 12. Wendy S. and Dbbie 6 And all the way from Chicago th< special event, her paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lewy Tatty won the honor of dancing with the group in a citywide ludition Lovely, long-legged Penny, Art Burns daughter, will be celebrating her 16th birthday on Tuesday, and it is difficult to believe thai it took doctors many years of corrective therapy to overcome leg deformitories with which she was born ... But those years inspired Art to vow eternal aid to Variety Children's Hospital, and in addition to his services he has collected over $50,000 for the hospital Only disappointment for Penny is that although some 800 doctors will be at her dad's Miami Springs Villas Saturday night when the Dadc County Medical Assn. holds a Polynesian party and luau. TV's Ben Casey won\ be there. • Magnificent dinner party at the Eden Roc given by Marcie and Max Bogen for 'he 3">th anniversary of long-time tnends, Fan and Harold Lewen Fan. lovely in a white satin cocktail sheath with contrasting cerise great coal • Bright floral print topped with tangerine coat lined in the same print for the hostess lima Frank celebrated her birthday on Sunday, with a dinner part> at Westbrooke Wishing her "many happy returns'' were husband Arthur, Flora and Al Rosen. Dr. and Mrs, Sol Lanster. the Jnck Barnes and the Ron Levitts In addition to the elaborate plans being made by Lynne Levin, soc.al director at Westbrooke. for the gala springtime dance and show there Saturday nighl the Harvey Trupkins will celebrate the Bar Mitzvah I son Alan with a party, and In the afternoon Jean. son : Ihe Jerome Adelmans, will be the center of attraction in the Can usel room at a luncheon party for her sweet 16 birthday 1 al plans for tin dinner dance to be held 12 miles out on the MS Ci 'vpso Lint • on Saturdaj night "ere made al the home ot Viola and Charles Charcowsky last Sunday, wlu-n they entertained leaders • it tht American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem The t harcowskys, who have donated more than $300,000 to Hebrew University, are honorary chairmen of the black tie affair winch will hono Israel's 14th anniversary ol Independence. • • gerie shower tor bride-elect Barbara Laskin al the Roney ,.,!,, .,;„...,„ Stlisse on Saturday Hostess to the future MrLewis Cohen will be Mrs Louise Bauer Goes! Ol honor las: Saturday al a luncheon in the Walnut room •1 tin Westbrooke Country Club was Miss Ellen Goldberg, who will be married In William Shaw, of Miami Beach, on June 10 i>... hter of the Sidnej Goldbergs, Ellen was feted by her aunt. Mi • David (Sylvia 1 Braun ... Same day, same place different room, another future bride. Miss Carol Dsrrocs who* marriage to Richard C. Scbulman will Miss Carol Barrocas, whose marriage to Richard C. Scbulman will Mrs Mollle Harrison 9Ut of the hospital just in time to be honored as the oldest member, oldest mother and oldest great-grand, mother al the MotherDf.J celebration of the Roosevelt Temple Pythian Sisters, on Wednesday evening ... She s the mother ol member Mrs. George Goldberg and has a son. four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren Every mother in the group was presented with ;• corsage by Mrs. Nathan Miller, most excellent chief, and the Marion Lorraine dance studio entertained. the W oman s e Wo4J "dfewisJri Floridiian Miami, Florida, Friday, May 4, 1962 Section B Coral chapter of the American Medical Cen(left to right) are Mesdames P. Plaks, J. Wester at Denver holds its annual donor luncheon ton, J. Gordon, and M. Goldstein. Juniors were in the Algiers hotel. Left to right (standing) are honored at the luncheon, who received AMC Mesdames J. Baker, I. Wallick, D. Bendell. pins in recognition of their endeavor in behalf president, M. Bogner, I. Rubenstein. Seated of the Center campaign against cancer. Sinai Auxiliary Slates Elaborate Installation Here Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital will hold its annual installation luncheon on Friday. May II, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Nominated for her third term as president is Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. and Mrs. Philip Letkowitz l* honorary president. Vice presidents are: Mrs. John Owen, administration; Mrs. Arthur Burrell, membership; Mrs. Yale Lcvinson, services, and Mrs. Carl Susskind. ways and means. Mrs. Mickey Michaels, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lawrence E. Singer, recording secretary; Mrs. Raymond E. Feiner, financial secretary; Mrs MurrayKern, assistant financial secretary': Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, treasurer: Mrs. Aaron Farr. parliamentarian, and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, chairman of the nominating committee. Sixty-one members will serve on the board for a two-year term, with 40 members serving one more year. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Arthur Burrell. Mrs. Alexander Libow and Mrs. Meyer Don are in charge of arrangements; Mrs. Irwin Weingrotf and Mrs. Morns Weinberger, tickets; Mrs. E. E. Bloom and Mrs. Leo Kupper. program; Mrs Harry Smith, hospitality ; and Mr.lay Siegel. hostesses. Floral decorations will be by the Garden Club ol Mt. Sinai Hospital under supervision of Mrs. Lester Slepner, president. The program wll include a fashion show Mrs. Murray (Mollie) Kay (lett) is the new president of the Sisterhood of Coral Way Jewish Center. She is shown receivinq her gavel of office from outgoing president, Mrs. Marvin (Lee) Wilner, at installation ceremonies Saturday night at the Center. Looking over attractive invitation to Saturday night's fouihour cruise aboard the M. S. Calypso Liner which will launch South Florida's celebration of Israel's 14th anniversary are these leaders of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Left to right are Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Mrs. Harry Rosenberg and Mrs. Murray Maisel. Emanu-EI PTA Slates Carnival v rlh branch building of Temple Fmanu-El, 77th st. and Dickens Hve will be the site of the annual carnival sponsored by the congre.. t.on's PTA on May 17. There will be events for children 1. 1 all ag -s Rides, games, refreshments, and the annual White Elephant sale are scheduled. Featured will be a Pizza Booth manned by members of PTA. who are scheduled to handles sales and be responsible tor making the PitPrior to the carnival, the PTA sponsored a poster contest In which Students of the religious school w ere to submit original layouts announcing the festivities. Chairman is Mrs, Ben. Green Mrs. Elliot Harris is president of the Temple Emanu-EI PTA.



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Page IOC *-Je*lstntirldk>ii Friday. May 4, ]* Marseilles Huge Port of Entry for Fleeing Jews By EDWIN EYTAN PARIS — (JTA 1 — Since the end of the war, Marseilles has served as the main port of departure for Europe's surviving Jews. Over half a million embarked there to flee the persecutions and the memories vi the Old World's holocaust for a new life in a new country Now. the old Phoenician harbor on the Mediterranean Sea has become a point of arrival. Ten th sand Tunisian Jews, fleeing II homes, have reached it sin Eizerte crisis. July last. By a string* paradox, the pier of the Trans-Mediterraneon Line — whose ships ply between Prance end North Africa—is adjaceni to That of the Israel Zim Line, from hich hundreds of thousands have eft for Israel. It looks grey and nsmal in the cold winter ram. The first view of France the refugees have is that of a few customs and police sheds, in front t' which a small crowd of rela"ives and friends are massed. Behind an improvised desk, officials of the local Jewish welfare 'HOWDY fOLKS! I am proud of the part I have played in reducing rates en your gas, lights, and telephone, resulting in several millions of dollars in refund checlcs and Jcwer bills for thousands cf customers served by these utilities. JERRY WILL KEEP FIGHTING FOR YC'J Continue This Progreij — JK-ftfCT JERRY W. CARTER FLA. RAILROAD & FU3.IC UTILITIES COMMISSION Group 2 (Pud Polmctl ACvertistmet For the first tinif sra the creation of Israel another country is receiving the hulk "f leu--' 1 1 ( meni Tin thoui .-. ',:, %  ';,.i i. 1 d their %  ; i'r,t Biserte i I fund and social workers consult their lists, occasionally lifting their hea^s to look at the approaching ship pulled by a tug ccross the harbor's dark waters. •( Is ;i long, plaintive siren port workers t;x the etchers. Why They Left Thi '• arrive for their new life %  ne dinar (the equivalent $2.00) in their pockets, and no fo (.I-!-, currency whatsoever. Most : thi 1 manage to take with them 1 few pieces of family jewelry and JO quantities of new winter ^ lothing, They look well fed and well dressed Most of them belong to the rous middle tla.^s: shopirs from Sfax. bank and in1 officials who once worked ;..: the large French corporations, lernment officials from Tunis.; • from Bizerte. The rich and the poor have -lay behind; the former because ihey re unable to dispose of their prop5 and business! ..: .1 con.. a ss; the latter, because 1 an too poor even to afford fare and Ihe heavy winter clothI they w ill need in France. In spite of their former pros'y those not expected by relatives cr friends queue up before tlfare fund desk in the port. Most wart a small loan to pay foa taxi into town and for their first nights at a local hotel, ""hey stand, in the cold drinle, '-, ?(lightly ashamed. "I nevei '•' I'd ee me down to •3Cd U Is •.... His wife, .iccom-atved by two c!; ldren in their It i; better, how•r, than staying en in Tunisia." f then %  ind • • 1 bark on a new \i al and feel that ini 1 ssantly mo\ 'ion. since the veen Tunisia • the Arab League, we know that r< numbered." a former After Bourguiha Nothing An economist, who served for any yean ahead of the Government's Investment Authority. For long we relied on Bou'r uiiha. but with the stcrt of the Bizerte crisis we felt that he was losing his grip. The Destour's (main political party 1 Young Turks are taking over. We believe them to be xenophobic and anti-Jew%  ish." A woman in the queue breaks in. •'Bourguiba is mortal like all of us. And after him there is nothing left for us." A few more cite instances of discrimination and anti-Jewish measures Police brutalities are also evoked Nothing definite, however. and most of the cases recalled have i ppened "to someone 1 knew very well and who is trustworthy By East European standards of murder and brutal persecutions, all the cases cited above may seem mild. For the Tunisian Jews they denote, however, a violent break with their past of cooperation in confidence with their Moslem neighbors. The Bizerte crisis was the traumatic shock which dispelled their illusions. Many thought at the time "if this can happen to the French who are powerful and well protected, this will happen to us too." And, in a few instances, police brutalities and acts of petty discrimination have occurred. Usually these measures are inspired not by direct anti-Jewish motives but by general policy Tunisia is a Moslem Arab country —the constitution's Paragraph STx clearly states the will of the Tunisian nation "to remain faithful to tin teachings of Islam, to the unity of the Grand Maghreb, to its unity with the Arab family of nations" -and many Jews feel that this tendency becomes more concrete with eyery passing day. Economically the Jews have been hard hit. Mainly members of the middle class, they have suffered incomparably more than the rest of the population from the stringent economic restrictions adopted by' the Government. Tunisia is uradually turning to a planned economy which spells the death of the average tradesman. Middlemen are fast disappearing, and artisans who catered to the luxury trade, consisting of French settlers and official-, have lo-t their only clients Following the nationalization of the country's live largest hanks, many Jewish bank officials lost their jobs. Gates May Close Even it no; threatened in their immediate security. Jewish farmlufear for their children. Already, youngsters experience considerable difficulty in attending hit'h schools and universities. A (ie facto' numerus clausus prevails in state institutions; the Jewish schools such as the Alliance Israelite Universelle and ORT are constantly being Arabized. Over all these factors looms the fear that the country's gates may on. day close on them „ h have on their Moroccan br.hW Shortly before the end H rumors circulated that th rZ eminent was about to adopt ml •*" %  !•' *** J* w! their departure at eoniidtribL sacrifice to escape before it too late. The French consulates in -p isia grant visas on thi Tunisian Jews, and the authors are not trying to prevent their dtl parture for the time being, \ ( A categories of people, terned i^l pensable.' such a-, I. I and engineers, are not sr^l their passports, however Trawl documents are obtainabk in %  •,'\ to three weeks after rphcatnj but Jews, like all departinj. citJ zens and tourist-, an .1 to export local or foreign < rrenrtl and must pay exit dues "n the| belongings. As part of the general economic I measures, they must also b granted special permission ', take with them all trucks ind ] crates of more than a certain standard siie. In all fairness it I must be added that this measure* applies to all departing Tumsuns I and non-Jewish foreigners. And so they arrive in Mam \ cften alone and lost ..[ world which greetthi I familiar cold, rain ... I troubles and difficulties I over. Three main questinns loonl large ahead ot the | papers, work and |i PULL LEVER 35B ON MAY 8th VOTE FOR Carl L Libby Resident of So. Florida Since 1937 Beard of Public Instruction Group 3 My Sincere Thanks for Your Vote of Confidence,. ... to the Dade County Bar Association, who recently polled its 2000 lawyer members throughout Dade County. The results of ihe poll showed a landslide of 5-1 favoring Judge Berkman over his opponent as "Well Qualified" for Justice of the Peace. More than .SOOO people appeared before Judge Berkman in 1200 cases during his current term of office as Justice of the Peace. Hundreds of these people have Called and written, offering their Support for Judge Berkman. ********** KEEP ********** JUDGE lason BERKMAti Justice of the Peace-5th District Pull Lever 43 A • May 8th -.



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Friday. May 4. 1962 *. kwist fhxM kMn Page 9-B C EDARS oi Lebanon Hospital presented its President's Dinier on Saturday evening at the ...;. ilkhotel in honor of SamT Sapiro. Guest speaker was Abraham A. Ribicoi'f. U.S. Secretary of Health. Education and Welfare. For this occasion. Mrs. Sapiro wore a silk taffeta floral print theatre ensemble. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers chose a black chantilly lace. Her fitted bodice was sleeveless and featured a slash bateau neckline, and her skirt was tiers of full ruffles. A royal blue silk procade with an intriguing drape on both sides which concealed deep pockets was worn by Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz. Mrs. Ben G.ller chose a blue and green warped silk print jacket dress. Silver blue chiffon with a plunging V decolletage was the choice of Mrs. Daniel Hammond. A cummerbund of heliotrope and searlet peaa de soie added a touch ol color. A flamingo-colored chiffon with a high neck and full skirt was worn by Mrs. David Sernecker. Mrs. Sol Cohn selected a Striking white straw ribbon lace on net. Her bodice was fitted with a lull circular skirt. Her matching cape was banded in white fox. Mrs. Sam Luby set off her dark hair with an exciting Carmen red chantilly lace ensemble. Her sheath skirt was topped w.th an overblouse of classic simplicity. A peacock blue silk chiffon sheath was the choice of Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz. Her gown featured an asymmetrical drape across the bodice which was caught at the side and flowed to the hemline in a pannier. • • • M RS. David Stuzin wore a white silk alpaca. Her tunic sheath featured a figure-molding overskirt, and her bodice was completely beaded with silver lined bugle beads and drop crystals. Iced blue silk brocade was the ch( ic< <.f Mrs. Max Weitz. The bodice and skirt featured an asymmetrical drape radiating from the side of her waist. A striking combination of hibiscus pink was worn by Mrs. Horn Zuman. Her ensemble was of slip per satin and featured the hibiscus pink in her modified bellshaped skirt. The fitted bodice was embroidered in silver-lined bugle beads and her full length shocking pink theatre coat had a wide portrait neckline. Mrs Stephanie Klein chose a charcoal ;,n;l black ribbon lace on black net. Her full-skirted gown was tied at the waist with a black peau de soie sash. Wife of former Sen. Claude Pep per selected an emerald green chiffon sheath with a scoop neckline in the front and a low V in back. She wore a matching s tole. Mrs. Pereival Elbaum. ol Ft. Lauderdale, selected a beige alencon lace sheath. Her matching waist-length jacket featured ranch mink cuffs on her short sleeves. Black and white silk was worn by Mrs. Arthur Gilbert. Her bodice was black with an oversized black and white floral print in her full skirt. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Auxiliary president, chose the classic black crepe with a scooped neckline. • G OLD lame was worn by Mrs. Melvin Greenberg. Her ornate fabric was tailored into a classic two-piece ensemble featuring an overblouse with braceletlength sleeves and sheath skirt. Mrs. Peter Wolf's ensemble was a stunning two-piece warped silk taffeta print. The hemline of her sheath and the cuffs of her long sleeved coat were encrusted with rhinestones, bugle beads and pearls. A black silk crepe with a blouson bodice was the choice of Mrs. Morton Halpern. Mrs. Nathan Rubin chose a silk chiffon of :. stained glass print. Members of the Zionist Organization of America committee for the celebration oi the 14th anniversary of Israel make final plans for the function on Tuesday evening at Miami Beach Senior Hiqh School Auditorium. Left to right (seated) are Al Oss.p, toastmaster of the event. Harold Shapiro, former president of the Miami Beach Zionist District; Joseph Mechlow. chairman of the celebration. Standing (left to right) are Bernard Katz. Herman Wemtraub, Gil Rappapo't. Sidney Raymond, and Julius Rosenslein. JERRY SUSSMAN ELECTED PRESIDENT Religion Must Meet Needs Today, Rabbi Friedman Tells Conference Religion must address itself to the fundamental problem now facing most people, delegates to the eighth annual spring conference Of United Synagogue of America were told here Tuesday. In a keynote address at the Carillon hotel, Rabbi Theodore FriedCPA's Form Firm Murray J. Gottlieb and Michael E. Pascal, certified public accountants, announce the formation of a partnership for the practice of accountancy under the firm name of Gottlieb and Pascal at 205 Chanin bldg., 16499 NE 19th St.. No. Miami Beach, and Courthouse Square bldg., 200 SE 6th st.. Ft. Lauderdale. man described this problem as "a 1 sense of meaninglessness of life, worthlessness of the individual, and loss of sense of fellowship with fellow man." By no means restricted to Jews, this is a human problem. Rabbi Friedman feels. The spiritual leader of Temple Beth El, Sooth Orange, N. J„ stated that religion must take the following action "jnd fast": teach people to have a sense of the sacred; treat each person as what he is—a unique being in the world; and regenerate a lost sense of community responsibility. The two-day conference, attended ( by 100 lay leaders and clergymen,, concluded with a plenary session j chaired by Judge Irving Cypen. outgoing Southeast regional president. Incoming president is Jerry Sussman. executive director of the Carillon hotel and former vice president of Temple Menorah. The United Synagogue of America represents the Conservative branch of Judaism. MADE EASIER 5-6-7-8 WOODS GOLF Hand-Mode to Match Your Set Also Complete Sets Irons & Woods Hand-Made to Fit Your Swing GOFFS GOLF CLUB SERVICE 1423 PONCI DE IEON BLVD., C. 6. To the Jewish Comunify-af-targe A COMMLU. I'S DAY MEMORIAL SERVKE WILL BE HELD SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1962 AT 11:00 A.M. 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Pcge 4-C vjenist ftcrkUan Friday. May 4, lggj Robert Kennedy Due at AJComm. Annual Meet the By Speciel Report NEW YORKMtj Gen Robwl F. K and Sen. Jacob K Jav1 • will be amons tin? principal parants at the American Jewish Committee's 5*th annual meeton May 3 to 10. here Caplan, of P < nimittee president, announced % %  •: %  %  :v will be the principal aker at the Saturda) aight dinner, May 5. Sen. Ja\its i ll takf | art in a pani on the recent uprge 1 : anti-Semitic activity m Soviet Joining him on %  panel will Blake, of tie. who recently re11 Union, and m Brumber;. editor of the 1 S. In: A 1 :•-> "'Problems of I Caplan anrounced that David SSer, New Ycrk attorney, will serve as chairman of the annual meeting. The four-day meeting is expected to brirj together communal leaders from throughout the country. The Committee has more than 60 chapters and units in 6C0 communities. •-. %  %  neel : A.I "S V r ROBERT KiSNiDY %  an L' 1 i rl ii M to Feeler.-:: Thurg Marshall mrmer of the NAACP. '!' aw ard, gii en anuuallj I ie pnnof human liberty, this year I • „g |vocat ol equality under I] has argued and red briefs in all NAACP I the rights of NeI 1 B until his appointmenl He has 32 tinu e the U.S. S .prime 1 nning 29 ol the cs Otherreceived the L : %  rtii 5 Meda in 1955 are %  in. Honorarj AJC istrialist. philanthro1 ic and communal leader ol more; Fr lohn LaFarge, S J fi under oi the Cat! Ii lerracial U; Dear. 1 'Id, ol School: the late : Sen. Herbei H Lehman; I 1 Xeibuhr. L'nion TheologI Ju Igi J %  1 M Proskauer. honorary AJC president. One of the main concerns of the SEN. JACOB JAVIJS Copt. Weiner At New Base Capt Arthur C. Weiner, -on of Mr and Mrs M rris Weiner. Toll SW 57:h ave.. was reassigned to 1 kl urne Air Force Base in Ohio. .duation from the I S Air !• rce Squadron Officer Apr. 13 at Maxwell AFB in ima A number of the National Socetj of Scabbard and Blade, the received his BA from the L'n ersitj ol Maryland. College P rk He and his wife, the former Patricia A. Dempsey. of OMmar Manor. Md have two children. David and Dana. The Squadron Officer School, a • of the professional officer education system of the Air University, prepares young officers for command and staff positions at squadron and wing levelCapt Weiner %  i -4m r special dinners! Cateringfacilities for group available 7 days aw. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this •area! I'nlimited free parking. Miami', or 11 .1 1-8111 11 HOLL.YWOOD-BY-THE-SEA anual meeting, Caplan said, will be the intergroup issues in Ameriran life such as Federal aid to education, religious observance in pobtlc school classrooms, AJC's role in community dessgregation conflicts and anti-Semites and their attempts to influence the ultra-right movements. The sessions \wll also consider impact of the radical r H, its threat to American instituaiZ and its special significance • ,r .wl "?, r h s,i n K J K ew,sh relal r ^, P ; and the Arab boycott The meeting will featur hand reports on the h situation and status Europe. North Africa ani America Zacharlah rtCtor of AJC's and Abraham Monk irittee %  Latin Amer come to this countrj 1 %  -mns of the Annual 1 • m Latin '. di. Com. •'ill 11 Rabbi Baumgard to Speak Rabbi Herbert M id oi Ti mple Beth Am. in Smith Miami, will represent the Jewish Chautauqua S I Fli rida Pre terii %  .:• SI Petersburg on M n May 7 and 8. He will speak on "Contemporary' Judaism and the Exile ani Enterenc 4 Ra linic Judau Hoffman's Coming To Miami Area Hoffman Beverage C mpanj Nc York, is entering the South Florida marktthrough exclusive franchise arrangements jusl 1 pleted with Seven-Up Bottling Company, of Miami. The announcement was made by Sherman J. Tobin. president of South Florida's Seven-Up opera' This marks tl ::ne in the 27-year history of Seven-Up. Miami. that the compai ted a companion line oi ges Hoffman 1best ki .. tn thi Si York. Y been a top for mere "ha:: Sin< ent prod;.,-, si it< T bin, "is sold in hotels, r< -. and other outlets throughout South Florid we felt that the Hoffman name to our present operat.on. STREET • MIAMI IICH J *'/!& for Elegant Functions. Complete Catering Facilities (or that Special Party served in superb fashion Within a lunurious setting that v. re' ect your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGt BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or %  gal* celebration with 3,500 guests, sea f -_-,-T Ava-l.ibie s EAUVILLE PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON THI OCMN AT •7l STRUT. MIAMI MACM F--< D -t:';r Havt that ^ Business Meeting, Banquet, or •? • pedal Occasion Tow 11 find" complete facilities to exactly ic'isty your needs In the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, b H *C • wedding or a private port/1 if th SiL # i tciiers # tm* Informations HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-6061 asm st. a OaSSM •



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piiday. May 4. 1962 •* /r w**#? Meridian Page 11-C LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVF3N that undersigned, desiring to engage in .IIH"'S under the fictitious name ol ,v T ENTERP1UZES ;>t 1203 Mar, i'l. s Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, I •.mis to register said name with I'IUEK at ib' Circuit Court of Dftde Florida. EDWARD l MARK US, sole owner elander ;i n %  1 Burnett, in, Lincoln Road isidg. : Beach, Ploi Ida nevi for M A T Enterprlies I 13-20-27, "• I NOTICE QY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ItLtVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1238 tMoNA M. WALSH, Plaintiff |, |i wcis H WALSH, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE n FRANCIS H. WALSH Address unknown You, FRANCIS I'.. WALSH, are I j notified thai a inn of ComI nit" for Divorce has been filed I -i you, and you are required t>. nerve ii copy of your Answer or Pleadi to tin' Hill of Complaint on ilie rlalntlff's attorney. Charles M Kelly, %  _•'. E, 1th Ave., Hlaleah, Ha., and] : i, the original Answer or Pleading in tli. office of the Clerk of the Clr. lit Court "ii or before the 16th ,i.i> Maj. 1962. If you fall t" do so, men! by default will be taken i •-t you for the relief demanded! •I,. Bill "f Complaint. Thin notice shall be published • .h week for four consecutive weeks I UK JEWISH KM HUMAN. In IXE AND ORDERED al Miami. la, this '.mi day of April, A D., Mmu BY HENRY LEONARD "But Rabbi, Lester forgot his tallith." Copr. 1967, Doytnu Production* LEGAL NOTICE E R LEATHERMAN, C erk. nit Court, Dale I Court Seal) onnt y Floi da By N A. HEW BTT l leputy i •lerk. > M. Kelly. i: ih ith Avenue, Florida %  N. V foi Plaintiff i ; '. !0 27 5 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal Kin i. desiring I i age In the fiditlous Ham. of ::: \l. HOMES al L'fMSSl NW 2nd Sol i |i Mlti ml, Elorl la Intends %  i said II. i in. wll Ii the 'lerk %  •!' the Circuit Court of Dade County, • it Ida. AMERICAN STAN!' MID INC Ity: Edmund N. Analn. President K ANNER AKANNBR 1 1) Aai .-ii M. Kanner Vttorneys for American Standard, Inc. Security Trust Bldg. 32, Florida 1 13-20-27, 5 I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4330 I A'-' ill KORMAN, IIERMINE F'ORM \N. Deli I', i: H< nine I rman Nil ii, %  Kel & Sai nma n '. I' KtllBKlOll, %  I ire herd lhal ..I i 'ompl in.i foi DiMirc, •il.il and yi i in wrvi .. copy • i r or Plea line to thi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4371 CARI ii, i' < %  < n.yi 11 r, I i., mill, v • i:i SENE '' I'I II.Ql'ITT. %  in I. mi I'i i: Kin., lie i' Colqultt Route -'. DaueVIIle, Alal You, Bugi in •' i 'olqull I i ) in tlfl. i i. it u llili oi •oniplnli i ior I ilvorce has been filed agi Insl nd you ai e n null ed to servi copy ol '.our Answer or Pleadlns to ih.. Bill of Complaint on the plaint|i' .Mi", ii. \. Ms v v Ho dfarb, ""7 Mis ayne Uldg., Miami. Florida and ii,the original Answer "i Pleadlnn in the office ol the Clerk of I • i iiiit Court on or before the Kith day of May. 1962. If you fail to do Bo, judgment b> default ill be taken against you for tinrelief demanoeu in th. Hill ..I Complaint. Kins notice shah i>. published onci each week for foui consecutlvi weeki. ,n THE JEWISH F'LORIIHAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 23rd da) of April, A.D. 1962. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Com t. I lade • 'ount> I •• Ida (seal) By: M. < AVAI.AIUS l leputy Clerk MAX A GOLDF Alii: :.ii7 Hi-, a ne Bldg Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4 27. 3 I-II -!•> ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vjewlsi) ftoridliairi solicits your legal notices., .. n \ %  \ BUI • %  ; C 'ILLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 6CC 4437 HAHHAI'.A K A Yi; SPRl\.l REG EX, Pliilntlfl \ i %  :i. SIMIF:.IRF:GF:N, en wtill SUIT FOR DIVORCE SR \i'i. P-PREJHEGEN ; ,11 a Dill of '.'Uill.'is i, %  II ii I you are required i,| > our Alls .\ %  : ... I ,, of c mpiniiiI "ii tli. plaint MARVIN M ., Ill III 1 II.ll All %  office of the Courl on oi Ii May, 1962 If th. plaintiff"? Attn \i III:I:I:N. 612 ilsi ich ll. Florida: and fll< PI Clerk ol fu [hi %  ii fall li din I he 2Sth in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that '.ii. undersigned, desiring to engase In : sin. -SK under the fictitious name of sNAl'I'YS at 2507 N.Vk ...ih bireei, Miami, Florida Intends to reglstei • ...i,i name with the Clerk of the Clrin Court of Da.le County, Mori.la. CUT PRICK SURPLUS CENTER, INC. By: FMimiiid N\ Ansin, President KANNER A KANNER B) : Aaron M. Kunner Attorneys lor •'lit Price Surplus Center, lite, -. s,. urlty Trust itidg. Miami iZ. Kla. 4/13-S0-27, % %  1 nt b> default will In tak. n \,,ii for the relief demanded Dill of i 'olll|. a inl Tins notli %  shall be published n each week foi four consecutlvi • n THE JEWISH FTXmiDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 20th da) of April. A.D. 1962. E. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, i da meal) Bj K. M. I.VMAN 1 leputy Clerk MARVIN M. GREEN, Aitorn. iy-at-Law %  ;IL' Tist Street Miami Beach, Fla.I'N 5-2627 Attorney for Plaintiff 4 ".. ... l-ll-l* Mai tin || R, '•! orlglnnl Answer or of the Clerk of : i %  nil ih I'leail .1'-. ;n St., th,I %  -. %  n •• •' '.' • th. ; H > ii %  :., i:" %  If you fail to .i" •> • nt l>) defauli > ill bi taken uit aualn-t \ •• i fi r ih, rcllei dent day of -ii tin I'.II of i nni Int. JungThin notice shall be published once auninsl a.ii week for foul consecutlvi weeks in the in THE JEWISH F'LORIDIA.v DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Fl %  i la, MI241 a M \ ol A i'i il A.D k.1962 K Ft, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcuii i '.mi i. I lade Count). 11 B) : K. M I.V.MAN I'. outs i 'lei k \l \i: TIN s s \\"i IN •.•:'II -71st Strei i Miami Bench, Florida Vtiornej for Plaintiff NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 3747 VII.EM TABAK, Plaintiff, \ PEARL TABAK, I '. ', ll.lali! SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: PEARL T VI) VK Elliott 1MB. • Bronx, New %  >rk. Y. II i K VRI. TABAK, •'• %  1" %  i %  f Compl %  I >i\ or. • ha* hei -" %  liilred In • \ %  a of our An- %  r "i Pleading lo lhi Kill of i %  mplalnl on the plal Ii i n. %. S \.\l HI. i 'M. -'" S K i \\. nue, XI • Ioi Ida, and III %  i.,: Vnswei I'll rk il ih. 'i nil i oi i i.. lath .. ij of Ma>. |62 1: % %  %  ... s,.. ; i.. di ( i ult ill be I ik< ii against ( i i relief di mandi d In the BIN of 'omplalnt. This ii dice -hall be publlshi d once each eck t'"i four cons. • nth • weeks in THE JEW ISM I'M III 1)1 AN DONE AND 0RDF:RF:D at Miami. Floi i.la. this 6th da) of April, A.D il E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i'. .at Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seail I'.N A HEWETT x Deput) clerk 1. 11-20-27, B i We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial 1 it :l-1605 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN 1 •CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 2311 p. (R1S ELAINE Mil.I.Ell also I km n as DORIS ALA1NE cii.\i:i:\ Palntlff. JOHN JOSEPH CONROY, alias Jl i|IN .Ii iSDI'H i "I INKI '^ I i,|,'li'lallt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i %  i .imiN JOSEPH Cl iNREl also know ii as JOHN JOSEPH CONROV. i Residence unknown > You are hereb) notified thai a com,.,, in for annument or divorce has been tied against i-ou by Doris Elaine Conriv and you are required la aerya a of vour Answer or otti.r pleauUl I, p., Complaint upon GKORUifl v .1., i 'i iNEl.L plalntifl Attorney, Rt*ca> ne Building, Miami 32, Plot Ida and I • the orlglnnl of the same i Mi.' .Di" ol • k ol tlie (irC..U11 on or %  • fore the 1 ith day if May \. I %  1962; otherwise B Decree '.,,•..--., will be .-ii • • i against i ATED, \|'i I II I'"'-' C r. l.i: VTHERM >N. I'll tit I ""i'i t CAN VLARIS. i ". I irida I :'T. '. I-ll-is NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that Ihe undersigned, deslrlnft to engaKe inl business under ihe fictitious name of DFJCORATIVE PLANTS, INO. al 1549 -ii-. t Drive. South Miami. Florida mi. nils to register said name "lih th. Clerk of the Circuit Courl of i '.oi.' County, Floi Ida, ARTISTIC I'I.ANT v I' l 1.1IWER i 'i i Audi • %  > I lice, President M VRVIN I WIENER Hi all i Bldg., Miami 32, Fla, 1 : a. :> for Ait ist i. Plant and Ml Co. ade Count). I loi Ida ,..,.,11 Ity: I.. BNEEDBN I leputy Clerk unit .* I.A/.AK 101 I.in.,. In Road, Suit, 11 K Miami Beach, Fla.—.IF: 2-5454 Atioi ne> s for Plaintiff 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 4507 I JACQl'ELINE "ii DF REY, Plaintiff.' | LLOYD JAMES OODPRET, D. f. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tii. LLOYD .1 VMESHODKREY Vddri ss i 'nknown. You, Lloyd James" Qodfre> hereliy notified that a Hill of plnlnt for I Hvoree has bi en iiBalncl you, and you are required to s. i \ ,• a ,*"t.> of >..ur Answer or Pleading to the i'i i of Complain! on the plaintiff's attorney, Charlotte I Barlean, 232 Pan American Building, Miami 32; Florida and file the original Answer m Pleading In the offli f are l 'olllfil.-d Iii Claims Fistate: I,I ion are hereby notified ami required lo present any Claims and demands which you may have agalnsi ih.estate "I LEO L. ASIIKIL deeeas. d late of Dade County, Florida, to the County %  of Dade County, and file the same in duplliate and as provided in • • lion 7(3.16, Florida Rial K IS •'i.ir offiees in the Count) CourtIn i wde i louaty, Ploi Ida, with* 1 "Is alendar nonths from lhi ti oi Ihe flrsi publication hereof, or the • wui be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 9th %  of April. A.D. I I It MA A SI IKK. LEO A. ASHKIl, JR. As Executors 'YRON 1SPARBBR. 120 Lincoln R of May, 1962, If lo HO, jiidgmi ni by dlaken ngnlnsi yon for •m led In the Bill of Clerk re the 21 \ ,,'i ''a il "> limit will In the relief d tint This notice shall lpubll>.hed once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I'M IRIDI *N DuN'l". \N'D ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 25th day of April A.D. 1962. E, B. LEATHERMAN, Cl, rk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (8i ill) !'•> : K M l-VMAN I leputy i 'lei k CHARLOTTE I BARKAN 232 Pan American Bank Building Miami ::•-'. F lorlda Attorn, > for Plaintiff i -7 ", l-l I-I \ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL COURT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 62C 4C01 PRANCISCI' M< i.NTKS. Plaintiff Ps VERONICA S. MONTHS. I i.-feiidant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TU: VERONICA S. MONTHS, 671 West 162 Btreet Apartment 58 New York City SI, -New York YOU, VERONICA B. MONTES, 671 W.-st 161 Street. Apartment 58, New York City, New York, are required to file your answer to the complaint for divorce, with the Clerk ,,f the above Court, and serve a copy thereof upon Qlno P. Negrettl, Attorney, 910-11 Congress Hidg., ill N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, on or before May 21, 1961, or else complaint vill be taken as confessed, Dated this 13th day of April, 1963, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Curt. Dad,-County. Florida -.ni i M. CAVALARI8 D.i.uty i'lerk I 20-27-5/4-11 IN THt COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 5M.:. A IN RE KOFI : ARY NOTICE TO CREDITORS •i-,, v! ,-,, nd All Pi rsons Havina Claims or Demands Against BaH You are hen by notified and reclaims and deIM id, ii you ma) hay,against l„, tat. ol SOI IE K VKY deci as.si '.,i.. : Dadi i 'ountj. Florida, to the Count) Judges % % % %  Dade county, ami tin same In duplicate and as pro, ,,i,,i | n s.. tion ,:::; 16, Florida Statutes in their offices in the county Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the lime oi the first publication hereof, .,, the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, tins la) of April, A.D. 1962. JOSEPH in HIM As Executor of the Estate of Soft,Kary. VV'ELLISCH .v Dul I'.IIEUTY Attorney for the Estate of Bofle Kary i us Congi ess Building Mi i. F lorlda 23rd NOTICE BY PUfaLiUAIION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4288 MAX KLEIN, Plaintiff, vs. ROSE KLEIN, Defendant. SU,T FOR DIVORCE You. ROSE KLEIN, 1040 North <:.n, so, %  Avenue, Apartmenl No 9, i,„. Angeles 16, California, are hereby notified thai a mil of Complaint ior divorce has been filed agalnsi you, ami you are required to Berve • ropy of your Answer or Pleading t. inn ol Complalnl on the plaln..... '" l.ll. .I,.,.,,... YOU. ELVIRA BALLESTBRCHAV, | ff „ attorney, Harold Shapiro, 927 ESS, San Lasaro 571, Altos. Havana, [Eincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida, Rep, ,.r Cuba, are required to file your I„ |d ,-,,,. ,,,,. or (g| nil | Answer i Pleadnswer to the complaint for divorce, with the i 'lerk of the above Court, and serve oopy thereof upon Glno P. Negrettl, attorney 910-11 Congress Bldg ill N. i: -mi Avenue, Miami, i'i la, I'.S.A. on or before May 21, 1963, or else complaint will be taken as oonf, ssed. Dated, this 12th day of April. 1962. K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, 1 loll,la (seal) M. CAVALARIS Deputy Clerk i N-27-C i-U in the office "f ihe Cl. rk ..f i'i ',mi t. on ,.i before the 3sth of M I) 1963. If you fail to do Igmi III by default ill be taki n ... i -I foi ih' relief den in the Bill of Complaint. DONE VND i RI lEREI al Miami. i ,|.i. this 19th day of April, 1963 E, H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, irt, I lade Counl s %  '• loi Ida Ii) I. KNEEDEN I leput) i I 27, '. 1-ll-lK ini li ,1 ( \ Circuit i.. |) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ,u business under the fictitious name ,,i Sl'PERIOK LINEN & FURNITURE COMPANY at 599 N, W, Tlsi BI eet, ML, mi 50, Mi. mi.-tuis to register said name with the Clerk of the Clr. nil Curt of 1 >ade Cunty. Florida. SUPERIOR LINEN CO., INC. A New York Corp. authorised to ,io business in the State of Florida. Interest I'"". LEON A KPSTKIN Attornes foi Applicant 130 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach I 20-17, ", 1-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C 3806 JACOB KA1IAN. Plaintiff. \s. ANN ETTA K MIAN. 11.'f,n,lain NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ANNETTA KAHAN 5816 Anaheim Road, l.niiK Beach, California Yul ARE HEREBY NOTIOTED thai In th,above cause, you are hereby required to serve %  copy of youi Answer to the Complaint for Divorce on ihe Plaintiff's attorney. HARRY BUKERNICK, 4:'n Lincoln Road, Miami Bern h, Floi Ida, and file the original th. reol In the i Bice of the i -|| rk ..f the nbovi Conn i bi i.r. May li. 1962, or Complaint will h taken as confess, I bj you. DATED April 9, R. B. LEATHERM VN i lerk, Ircult *ouri By L. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk I I3-JO-27, 5 I NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE IF. HEREBY lll\ EN thai ih. mi.i. rslgm d, di • ngage In btislm ss mill, r me of CONSTITUTION LIFE INSURANCE Y al 18650 N.E. '.uh Ave., N Miami. Florida lilt, u,Is ton said name i th the clerk of the Cli uii i "..ni i of Dade Count) I %  I L'7. a/4-ll-lS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55477-A IN RE: Estate ol BENNIE .1 BROWN i leceased To All Creditors and All Persons Haying claims oi Demands Against Said Kstate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims i demands which sou. or either oi you, may have agalnsi the .:.,... ol BENN IE I BR< WN deceased late of Dad. County, Florida. io the Honorabli Count) Judges of l ia.!,County, and rlli the same in i ti.-ii offlci s in the C nt) 'oui thouae in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to ami presented as aforesaid, or sansB will be ban ed Date April 23. A.D. 1962. II VRRY JOE BROWN As Executoi of the last Will and T. "am. ill of HKN.NIK .1 BROWN 11,', eased HENRY NORTON Attorn. %  > for Executor 4/27. 1-1 1 1-18 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the iiiid. rslgned, desiring to engage tn business under th, fictitious name of COOLA1R CONDITIONING HHFRIGERATION SERVICE at 7S1 afh Btreet, Miami Beach Intend to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Clrnni cult ,.f Dade County, Florida ISAM Mi INCARZ RAUL MONCARZ HENRY SAC HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Owners IL'II Lincoln Road Miami I'.eaeh I 27. ri/4-11-1 100 COPIES-$2 tPHOTO OFFSET) ANY DOCUMENT (CLUB BULLETINS U1TM REPORT PLEA0INGS) 18'jxll or 8 x'4 Black & White) Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAIT! CASH A CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 1 % 



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Page 12-C *Jet*1st Thridlic*n Frid MEET THE MAYOR Story in Jewish Floridian Helps Namesakes Meet A Miami couple piled into their several weeks ago for u trip inta. An important item they -.eluded among tho>e thrown onto front seat was their current ISof The Jewish Floridian. On the way up the coast. Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz scanned several •tones of interest, which she read her husband. A while later, he ok the paper, fastened on the • ht of his name in print to read story not about himself: GRACEVILLE. Fla — (JTA) — Morris Rabinowitz. a popular— ; nd the only—Jewish merchant in community of 2.500. has been • itcted mayor on his try for public ::;ce." The Miami Rabinowitz. reporting the story this week to The Jewish Floridian. smiled in recollection. •"Graceville." he said, '"was 125 •niles out of our way. But we just .lad to go there to meet Morris Rabinowitz." The local Rabinowitz. of the Miami Diamond Center, said that his Graceville namesake met them most graciously, insisting that they come to his house that very afterrioon for refreshments and to meet the family. More than half the town is made up of relatives of the mayor's opponent, but they voted him in 2-to-l. "It was a delightful experience." the Miamians declared, "and the Graceville Morris Rabinwitzes were equally delighted." a v M y 4, i J MORRIS RABINOWITZ MEETS MORRIS RABINOWITZ Surfside Society Holds Concert Concert of the Surfside Music Society was held Monday even.ng in the Sklar Auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid. The concert featured Marian Spear, lyric soprano; Joseph Maiek, tenor; Rudy Suranyi. violinist; Aida Yaslo and Olga Bibor Stern, accompanists. Marian Spear has appeared locally at Beaumont Hall, Miami Opera Guild. Bayfront Park concerts. Miami Beach Music & Arts League, and the Miami Beach Community Center. Joseph Malek is a graduate of Brandeis Fine Arts Institute and the University of Miami. He has done extensive concert work on behalf of the Israel Bond program and performed for almost every charitable and benevolent organization in Miami Beach. La-t month Malek was selected by the "Voice of America" to record a musical program for European broadcast Rudy Suranyi was heard in a piogram of classical and Hungarian selections He has performed during the past reason at the Miramar in West Palm Beach. The nroeram chairman was Alex Dellerson. Vets Must Keep Eye on Policies Thousands of veterans are neglecting to keep up to date their list[ R g [ • %  be ni ficlary lor their GI insurance policy proceeds. C. W. !• [ficer m charge, Miami VA 01 • v ''• ll -'> %  this failure t" keep (I-, v v infoi m< changes neeit the births, mar. that oc ars, thi ir insurance I %  .,, n %  : be paid to the • : %  '. the mar.ru r the wish. Si pay the proceeds licy to the liene[i d by the veteran I n Changes in familj status cause ears ago to be out (it j with the veteran's present %  II <,. B Jgs pointed out, the 5 no alternative hut to pay tliinsurance proceedto the bene,,( record in the VA files. .(I that a recent sampling in which th< VA asked a uroup ot veterans t they wished to change beneficiary or payment method K -ix out ot ten affirmative r>plies from those returning the questionnaire Candidates Present Views The Democratic Party !,„,„, meeting Mor..!.,> %  -•=' Lido hotel was a rally at *' all candidates wen d to p-J Club Schedules Summer Camp The second annual summer day camp fur youngsters between the ages of 4 and 12 at Westbrooke Country Club in South West Miami will run for an eii'ht week ix-riod starting June 11, the first Monday alter the close of the regular Dade county school sessions. The supervised program will be sent their platforms the group is Mrs v ., ,.„ E di i Bugene Lj n Wometco Offers Movie Ratings For the past tv • J metCO Theatre cha :ll J Ft. Lauderdale ted a -w metco Ratin. of th'Wometco movie ids in ne3 paper-, on televisi I the theatres on thi I crming attractions. Wometco rat ir. _strictly adult entei \y~ —a..ults and nature \ I and "OK"—good enti .1 all. The Wometco .acotu •it), to Mitchell Wolfs n Wurretal president, "is not desij I the entertainment value "I tjl mcvie but rather iI guide parents in sell tu nwvJ choices for their chil< The guide to the Womi tco rattngtl is placed at the top '. ach over! all Wometco movu The A dividual symbol i> i>:.,oM i:h;i| the framework of each specific! movie ad adjacent to the titltl "We're opposed to censorship. 1 1 says Wolfson. "It Is our feeliofl that parents are the best judge (l what movies they war.; their (fail dren to see. The Wometco ratuifl should help them in making thei| selection." directed by Sid Greenspan, a mem-l bei of the American Cjmpicj| Assn ENDORSED THE MIAMI HERALD The Miami Herald endorsed Judge Phillip Goldman for the Circuit Court by saying "Lawyers and laymen alike agree that Judge Goldman is one of the ablest jurists in Florida." THE MIAMI NEWS The Miami News endorsed Judge Phillip Goldman by saying ". Known as a student of the law, he is rated by professional observers to be one of the finest jurists to sit on the circuit bench in this state." DADE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION i % %  :, In the recent Dade County Bar poll, Judge Goldman polled the highest number of "well qualified" and "qualified" votes of any candidate, while his opponent, Henry Balaban, received the largest number of "not qualified'' votes. RICHARD ERViN Attorney General Richard Ervin of F this to say about Judge Phiilip Gold an "... I believe that you are the brightest and best addition to the bench that has occurred during my memory." ASK YOUR ATTORNEY OR ANY ATTORNEY — ABOUT JUDGE PHILLIP GOLDMAN'S QUALIFICATIONS AS CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE N ~ Judge Phillip Circuit Court, Group 4



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Page 12-B vJcnisfi fhrkfiar Frida YMay 4, \ %1 Chappell Making Strong Metro Bid Dan Chappell, candidate for County Commission in District 2, gets a big campaign boost and buss from his granddaughters, Gaye and Joy Davis, who are known, with their school chums as "Chappell Belles." r THE CANDIDATE WHO KNOWS THE ISSUES "All groups, no matter what their legitimate differences, are entitled to equal treatment and consideration under the law." ROBERT A. "BOB' PETERSON With May 8. election day. next day, the citizens of North Dade county are viewing a vigon us campaign" being \saed byDan Chappell, candidate for ty Commission in District 2. portei %  i d • H is rrney fi H %  %  \ Chappell and his wife Dorothy have been residents of Miami Shores for 25 years. They have two grown daughters and two .granddaughters. Chappell's campaign slogan is •Let's Put a Heart in Metro." He firmly believes "that our new government should be brought just as close to the people as possible, and. if elected, will open a full-time County Commission of fice in District 2. so that the people living and working can bring Mizrachi Slates j Independence Rally "THE" REPUBLICAN CANDIDATI FOR CONGRESS-District 3 (North Dade) Pd. Pol. Adv. ELECT ERNEST C. "Ernie" ALLEN CONSTABLE DISTRICT 2 "Courteous, Prompt Efficient Service" & Dedicated — Experienced Qualified %  jV Native Miamian, age 41 %  £ Married, Two Teen Age Daughters Miami Policeman 4 Years -. Deputy Constable 8 Years %  £ Investigator, State Attorney's Office 4 Years •fc Graduate, Miami Senior High School 7 Attended University of Miami Law School %-, Mason, Moose, American Legion -,' Fraternal Order of Police Member, Democratic Executive Committee of Dade County May 8 PULL LEVER 43-A Pd. Pol. Adv. Israel Independence Day rally will be held at Flamingo Park on Sunday evening beginning at 8 p.m. The function is being sponsored b> the Mizrachi Organization ot America. Program will feature Israeli music, and will be launched with the presentation of the tlag by the Jewish War Veterans. Singing will be by Cantor Joseph Malek. Guest of honor will be Rabbi Max Kirshblum, national president of the Mizrachi Organization. Vice Mayor Malvin Englander will give official greetings from the City of Miami Beach. Co-chairmen of the function are Rabbi Isaac Ever and Nathan Kohler. On the committee are Rabb.'s Eugene Labovifz. David Lehrfield, .Joseph Rackovsky. H. Louis Rottman. Solomon Schiff. Tibor Stern, Sherwin Stauber, Rev. J Krantz. and Louis Merwitz. M. B. Frank. L. Dublin, and Is Kramer. Do You Know Who County Commissioner BOB HAVERFIELD is endorsing for the County Commission? see page 15A I'd. 1 Voted 'One of the Ten Most Valuable Members of the 1961 Legislature* RE-ELECT CAREY MATTHEW Your State Representative their problems to their commissioner for proper evaluation and action Chappell also advocateState Legislature so that a f, distribtuion of cigarette. and other taxes can communities and areas. Utility, be made to unincorporated "Get unincorpnr.r pro. • A v!.:"rous campaign :o attract > p,r fire protectii n new industry to the North DaTT T T .W T TyTT W T T TTTT T M T W f TTTTTnifaiH ANOTHER [THI* LEVER 43-A BERKMATV backer PAUt SEIDERMAN Civic leader JUDGE JASON BERKMAN tor Justice of th fteei AiiiiiiiLilikkiiiiiliiim



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Friday May 4 19S2 w Janisii IHkriidlfoin Page li-B Candidates Await Tuesday Ballot I : owii j ire is a list ol candidates and their thumbnail %  % %  tches designed to assist Jewish Floridian readers to acquaint themselves vl ih u long !i-t <~f hopeluls in a variety of races from Dade County Board t Public Instruction on up to United States Senator Greater Miami ".ill go I > the polls next Tuesday. May 8. Similar roundups of Other candidates and races also appear in See. A and C. John Gilbert jobs W G Ibert Is running for ; nstable in District 1. He was appoints to the post he now seeks to >• G > Farris Bryant, Tht 34-year-old candidate is a native i Kissimmee, Fla., and was brougbl to .Miami by his parents in l37. He -. r a lu ited from Miami Edison Senior Huh School, where led us to defeat abroad due to a lack of determination to win over communism." if elected. McGlon, a native Floridian who has lived in Miami for 11 years, atten • ic %  • s< and the University of Florida. Presently manager of personnel staff services with Eastern Air Lines, he served as chairman of a well-known football playEAL employees' United Fund ,.,]) %  attended the University of drives '" 196" and i%i. is vice presFlorida on an athletic scholarship, Went of Eastern's management council, and was awarded r.AL. s presidential citation lor efforts in promoting Americanism. and graduated in 1950. He returned to Miami to teach history at Miami Jackson High xhooi. Gilbert interrupted his teachu g career to serve with the I35th Troop Carrier Wing oi the I S Air Force Reserve in the Koreai Conflict. Af'*r discharge, he tauqhf history and coached football at Miami Tech, later returning to the University of Florida for a Master's degree in physical education. Prom 19S7 to 1961, he taught and coached football at Miami Edison, Palmetto, and North Miami High School. H< as appointed to the ConstaSamuel Blair Samuel Blair is a candidate for th State Legislature from Dade County. In the final hours ol his campaign, he ha? charged a radio station and a television station here v ith "discriminatory practices," declanng that ••they give preferential treatment in the broadcasting of I ublic service programs by excluding certain political campaigns while other campaigns for the equivalent office are given air time." The candidate, who resides at 524 II. ..s appointed to the ConstaVa i enc j a Cora | Gables, has promises riceby Gov. Bryant in May. jsed lf e | ecU d to vvor k toward a 1961. He attended Riverside Elemen\.iy. shenandoah Jim.or High, and graduated from Miami Senior High school. He lives with his wife, Valerie, at 7131 SW 5th te'r., for the past IS years, and the couple have two sons and three daughters. Lewis served in the U. S. Navy. Atlantic and Pacific Theatres, durum M War II. He is a graduate Of the Miami Police Academy, and served more than eight years on the Miami and Miami Beach Police Forces He is a member of the Moose. Military Order oi World Wars, and Marine Assn. Marvin Christmas Marvin "Red" Christmas is a candidate for Constable in Dis-j ir.ct 1. The 48-year-old hopeful has been a resident here 32 years. He is married, has five children, and is a homeowner and businessman. Christmas is past president of the Dade Civic Ballet, former president of the Dade County Employees, recipient of the courtesy award of the Dade Chamber of Commerce, and a member of many church, fraternal, civic and community organizations. If elected. Christmas pledges "to appoint local, qualified deputies, who will • carry out their duties courteously and efficiently." ties Commission, this week indte; ti d thai my record has shown time and again mj [airne to both public and utilities in the many decisions the commission has had to make." King, of Zolfo Springs, is completing 16 year> ot service on the | commission, and his supporters declare ins contributions to be "distinguished" and Ins experience •'invaluable ." • ,-—-.. F. F. Lasseter Seeking election to the office ot Constable. District 1. is %  ".. F. "Bob" Lasseter. who includes among his | qualifications "nine years ol direct experience as a Deputy Constable under both Newt Hudson and Con stable John Gilbert The candidate's law enforcement background pans over 20 year-. A former Dade County Deputy Sheriff, after five years on the Road Patrol, he was assigned to the Criminal Bureau of Investigation. \ where he served in the capacity ot criminal and homicide investigator Ulltil : %  ,:; %  :.. BU iness. A Navy veteran of World War II, he was a criminal investigator for the Provost Marshall's Office. A native of Alabama and a former Opa-locka policeman, he has bi en a Dade county resident for :>:; years, living with his wile anl family at 1135 NW 129th St., N .. Miami. lie is a member of the Masonic Order. Florida Peace Officers Asociation, Fraternal order of P %  lice, Lodge No. 6 Associate, Amer • can Legion Posl No. 29. and Allied G ol.ne Retailers Assn. Opti-Mrs. Plans Monday Meeting Op'ti-Mrs. of Miami Beach wilt hold a meeting Monday noon at the Seville hotel. Cast will be Capt. William 3. Gray, director of exhibits at thr* Seaquarium. According to Gilbert: "The ConStable oftice. though not generally ir the news, la vitally important, jrotecting the interests 01 businessmen and private citizen alike, .n settling discrepances and disagreement My staff treats evoryOlM as he himself would like to be treated Jay McGlon bill designed to control the sale of weapons for private use. • Jerry W. Carter Jerry W. Carter is a candidate to succeed himself to the post ot Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission member. Carter has been a member of the commission for the past 28 years. The candidate's supporters show %  a record of nearly $173 million in .._,'_ ,, „ „ onH i railroad and utility rate reductions McGlon. Republican candi( TO Cam r ., semce on lne commission." Wilbur King Wilbur C. King, chairman of the Florida Railroad and Public UtU> date for U.S. Congress from District 4, has pledged to dedicate himself to "change those economic policies which are bringing about a moral decline by sapping American initiative and self-reliance: reverse those policies which are leading us toward the loss of our personal treedoms through disrespect E. R. Lewis Candidate for Constable in District 2 is E. R (Rob) Lewis. Leu is was born in Key West 39 years ago. and moved to Miami. where he has resided in District 2 ; sonai .recumns unuu^n uiaics^sv* % %  *. %  ..v ----and o.-resard for our Constitution; of Dade county tor the past 28 chantthose policies which have years ELECT HUGHLAN LONG TO YOUR County Commission District 4 PULL LEVER 2F MAY 8 I'd Pol Ad 'La Traviata' Repeated by Popular Request MAY 6 SUNDAY AFTERNOON TICKETS AT DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM $1 to $2.50 Honor Dedicated Public Service VOTE IN MAX KOGEN CIRCUIT JUDGE Pd l''l Adv. Important tips for owners of Life Insurance I: 1 Be familiar with your policies. For example there are options in your policies lhat permit you to guarantee your beneficiary an income for life. 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Friday. May 4, 1962 Klewlstfkvldnan Page 13-B As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance.' Include the name cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to vou courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Gerald Greenhouse Martin Seldin Morton Zukerman Stephen Lipson Jamet Cohen Morton Zukerman rton Ernest Zukerman, 7609 le ave., Miami Beach, will be • Mitzvah during Saturday mornrvices, May 5. at Temple Beth Sholom, with habbi Lion Kronish iting. Son of Mrs. Marion Zukerman, and grandson of Morris Zukerman, lornterly of Grand Rapids, Mich., i he celebrant is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High. A Kiddush in his honor will follow the ceremony. • • Gerald Greenhouse Gerald Mark Greenhouse will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 5. at Temple Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. He is the son oi Mr and Mrs. Nathan Greenhouse. and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seib .' d Mrs Frieda Greenliouse. An eighth gra^ie student at Nautilus Junior High, where he is in the percussion section of the concert band, the celebrant is in the graduating ela>s of the Temple's Hebrew school and is one of the cantors in the junior congregation. • • Martin Seldin Saturday morning services, May 5. at Temple Emanu-El. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Martin Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Seldin. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High and plays cornet in the school band. H< will be honored at a Kiddash a: noon and a reception Sat.... .'veiling at the Famous restaurant. Stephen Weinberg Saturday morning services. May 5, at Temple Nt r Tarn id Will include the Bar Mitzvah of Stephen Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weinberg, with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, officiating. Stephen is a student of the Temple's religious school and attends Nautilus Junior High. • • James Cohen The Bar Mitzvah of James David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Red Cohen, will be celebrated Saturday morning. May 5, at Temple Emanu-El, with Dr. Irving Lehrman ofnciat-, ing. A seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High, James is a mem-. I>er of the school band, a Boy Scout end active in water sports. A reception in his honor will be in S.rkin Hall following the ceremony. s I Stephen Lipson Temple Judea will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Stephen, son ol j Mr. and Mrs. Hy Lipson, 409 Miller I rd.. Coral Gables, on Saturday I morning. May 5. Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate. Stephen is a seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High and in the Temple's religious school. He is a member of the Temple youth group and excels in •ball. Hiparents will host the Oncg and the Kiddush in his honor. Douglas Mayers Douglas Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mayers, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, May 5, at Beth David. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate. A seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, the celebrant is a Boy Scout and collects American stamps. In honor of his Bar Mitzvah, his parents will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat on Friday night and the Kiddush on Saturday. Mmyonaires Slate Art Exhibition, Including Picasso An exhibition, including original works by the internationally-renowned artist Picasso, will be presented by the Mmyonaires at the Temple, 3737 Bird rd., Sunday through next Thursday from 12 to 9 p.m. The valuable collection of Picassos has been loaned by the World Art Exhibition Co. of New York. Paris and Vienna, and will be undei the direction of Henry Erdesz, American representative now visiting Miami Beach. Also exhibiting will be international artist Michael Piuggi, whose "Tree of Life" plaque was dedicated to the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital at a dinner in honor of hospital president, Samuel T. Sapiro, last Saturday night at the DeauviUe hotel. In addition, a clothesline showing of local artists' works will be held outdoors. All proceeds from the sale will be used to help purchase the Temple now occupied by the Minyonrires, with a portion donated to the Cedars of Lebanon. There will be no charge for admits.on or refreshments. For JUDGE CRIMINAL COURT DIV. "B" C LEVER 29-A JIM RAINWATER THE MAN WITH A POSITIVE PROGRAM pd. Pol. Adv. Honor Dedicated Public Service VOTE IN MAX KOGEN CIRCUIT JUDGE 1,1 Pol. Adv. ONTHE ISSUES.., 9 Stop the Oil Refinery! Stop the Mid-Bay Causeway! Restore Self-Government to Our Municipalities! ON THE RECORD: MAL ENGLANDER-• PAST PRESIDENT, ZIONISTS • PAST PRESIDENT, JAYCEES • VICE MAYOR, MIAMI BEACH • TWICE ELECTED JUSTICE OF PEACE • PAST MASTER MASONS • FLORIDA ASST. ATTORNEY GENERAL Judge Englander FOR COUNTY COMMISSION, DISTRICT 5 IT'S MAL PULL LEVER 1-F E



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Triday. May 4, 1962 Jf H isti ffrriefifiin Page 3-A Zamora s Future Seems Brighter Now Going over final plans for the last days of Judge Phillip Gold* man's campaign to retain his seat on the Circuit Court bench are (left to rignt) Larry Kimmel, a Goldman supporter; Dick Hickey. campaign manager; Judge Goldman, and Hyman P. Calbut. Judge Goldman's Record Hailed lu Ige Phillip Goldman's "outstanding record as a jurist has : < t n heralded by lawyers, laymen and the press in glowing endorsement:during the final days of the current political campaign." ac1 irding to his supporters "Tin Dade County Bar Assn. honed Judge Goldman in their re• pi 1 among all lawyers in the •• %  by approving hi^ qualifica• .1 1 in nit (Our: Judge with izing 93 l percent vote in favor." they declared. "Judge Goldman received the highest number of 'well qualified' Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Paiu NewYork,N.Y.(Spocial)-Forthe 1 1 -t time science has f< and a new Haling substance with '. asfo :.i^hing' ability to shrink hemor, stop rectal itch and to 1. leva pain—without surgery. In CH-. after, case, while gently n eving pain, aitual reduction inkage) took place. Most amazing of all results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret Is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of a world-famous research institute. This Mibstance is now available in tuppository or ointment form Under the name l'n inuatiun H*. At all drug counters. and 'qualified' votes of any candidate in the poll." His supporters also declared: '"The two Miami daily newspapers paid tribute to Judge Goldman last week by endorsing his candidacy 10 the Circuit Court. The .Miami Herald and The Miami News added their praise in editorials recommending thai Judge Goldman be rctained in the Circuit Court." These endorsements followed two other honors bestowed upon the I lorida-born jurist. Judge Goldman u,,;:ppi.;:ited by the Florida Supreme Court to serve as Associate Judg< of the District Court of Appeal last month, and two weeks ago was invited by the State ipn m( v 1 •:!'! to sil in Tallahassee .HI Associate Justice oi that top judicial N M : nnt< d to the bench in i!H>o. Judge 1 1 Idn ai is th< grandson ox a pioneer Miami family and a graduate i: three stini shed unh ers.tit .. ing Han ard Law S< hool Following on the heels of community-wide publicity last week. Temple Zamora seemed less likely Wednesday to have its doors closed by the Coral Gables Federal Savings and Loan Assn., whose officials point to a $60,823 mortgage now four months in arrears. Inman Padgett, legal counsel for Coral Gables Federal, declared here that his organisation's suit in the Circuit Court "is on we certainly don't want to foreclose on." But. despite seemingly favorable community response, foreclosure would be imminent unless a substantial effort was made to reduce the original $65.000 loan to Temple Zamora in April, 1959. John Bigman, a real estate developer and textile manufacturer, of 11801 Old Cutler rd„ and member of the Conservative congregation at 44 Zamora J ave., has taken the lead with Nathan Davidow, 647 Palermo, president to keep the Temple open. i According to Coral Gables Federal, this is not the first time that Zamora has been in arrears on the loan which. Davidow says. was negotiated to "meet a craze for opulence," referring to the Temple's face-lifting made with borrowed fundRobert Searle, Mayor of Coral Gables, meanwhile declared that he had stepped in several months ago along with a commitP-o to help solve the small congregation's financial woes. The move was launched by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, then spiritual leader of Zamora. who in 1959 was granted a life contract. He now occupies a pulpit in Daytona Beach. Bigman and Davidow both concede that there has been factional strife at Zamora. although Davidow tends to minimize it. Meanwhile, both Bigman and Davidow have said that they intend looking into why the balance on the S65.000 six per cent loan had dropped less than $5,000 after more than $18,000 on 28 payments have been made since April. 1959. Coral Gables Fedi eral officials explain that this is due to many late payment charges and other expenditures such as taxes and insurance premiums on Zamora. Added to these woes are S>17,000 in long-term loans owed to other financial institutions here. To ease the burden, Coral Gables Federal spokesmen have promised to eliminate attorney's and ether fees in the event the small congregation can meet its demand for a reasonable payment toward the outstanding principle. "We're certainly not out of the woods, but I feel very much more optimistic." Davidow told The Jewish Floridian on Wednesday. "II took a jolt like this to wake our members up. Now many of them have come in with back pledges, dues, and gifts It was heartening, he said, to discover so many donations by Jews and non-Jews alike coming through the mail. Davidow reported that the congregation made a token SGOO payment to Coral Gables Federal on Monday "as a starter. It's not much to begin with, hut they have faith in us, and have given us a 30-day extension." Miamians Listed j In Publication Harold Abbott, chartered life underwriter with National Life of Vermont, Henry Gilbert, unaffiliatcd, Jack J. Gold. Mutual Benefit Life, and Theodore Levy, New York Life, are listed in the 1962 roster of the Million Dollar Round Table of the National Association of Life Underwriters. To qualify, each member must have sold at least a million dollars ot life insurance in 1961. or else have met the even stricter requirements for life membership by sales in prior years. Mai is Ihe 1 For us HARRY RIFKIN ED LASSMAN ELIOT WESTON CHARLES WEINBERG FRANK A. MARTIN FRED QUITTNER LEE PASCAL CHARLES ASHMANN IP You Want A Voice 4 t llOn Commission, Vote 1 "1 ENGLANDER Mrs. Eichmann Visits Adolf s Cell Ccntinued from Page 1-A Both had remained unrecognized in the Swissair airliner in which they hai flown from Zurich. Aftei other pessengers lelt tin plane, the two women were taken out i : the airport through a side gate bj Israeli security men and hurriedly driven to the prison where th Iwo meetings took place. It is not known where they spent th< night They were brought to the airport in the morning and embarked on a Swissair airliner bound tor Europe. Mrs. Eichmann nan first request


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eJewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY llume 35 — Number 18 Miami, Florida. Friday, May 4, 1962 Three Sections — Price 20* en Bella Brands Cairo Report Falsehood' Rabbinical Unit Questions Need if Y's' Today NEW YORK — (JTA) — The; ish Center, "which did yeomen, ,ici decades ago in helping to! lericanize and integrate Jewish liuranls. has outlived its use-, less as it stands and must either inge its approach or £".ve way 1 he SJ nagogue." This -s the claim made by the ^bbinxal Assembly of America, tttral body of Conservative rabbis. its -rgan, "Conservative Juda-' The claim was developed >m tlr< results of symposium on relationships between the syna(Ue and the Center in the current ie il the quarterly periodical/ dished this week. The Assem-, argued that "as a "Jewish" but i-reli< ious institution, the Cen-' tends to 'ghettoize' Jewish ch!T ?n and adults for non-Jewish acUtiet." Or. Max Arzt, vice chancellor the Jewish Theological SemiCcnlinued on Page 2-A PARIS—(JTAt—Mohammed Ben Bella. Vice Premier of the Al-, gerian Provisional Government, denied vehemently, in an interview at | Tunis on Sunday, that he had stated that independent Algeria would provide lOO.OOOsoIdiers to help the Arab people "liberate"" Palestine from Israel rule. Mr. Ben Bella was quoted to that effect nearly three weeks ago after he visited Cairo. The Information Minister of the Algerian Provisional Government has already denied that Ben Bella could have made such a statement. Now Ben Bella himself, in an interview at! the Tunis temporary headquarters of the Provisional Government, pinned down the statement as a falsehood. Referring to the Cairo report of his alleged anti-Israeli statement, ( he said: "I never made the remarks that were attributed to me. I never gave the alleged interview. I want this made clear.'" The Vice Premier added that the Arabs in Algeria regard the Jews as "compatriots who can find their place in the Algerian fatherland."' IS Jewry May ose Generation, *eenberq Says IKIAMESHA LAKE. N.Y.-(JTA) |A national Jewish religious leadwarned here that the American |wisb community was faced with If threat of the possible loss to pdiasm of a whole generation be fuse of failure to meet a growing ked for adequately trained Jewish Witual and cultural leaders. [The warning was sounded by Dr Jmon Greenberg, vice chancellor the Jewish Theological Seminary America. Dr. Greenberg delivrcd the keynote address at the penlng session of the 33rd annual utional convention of the National (deration of Jewish Men's Clubs neeting here at the Concord hotel lore than 1.000 delegate's from the .'nited States. Canada and Puerto Continued on Page 12-A Soviets Admit Jews Were Chief Victims of the Nazis LONDON—(JTA)—The Soviet Union's Parliament rfcognized for •he first timf in many years this week that Jews were the main victims of Nazi mass murders both inside Russia and in other countries during World War II. During a period going back to the anti-Jewish purges of Stalin in I 1948 and which lasted through the j post-Stalin era. including the more lecent years under Khrushchev. I the Soviet Communist party banned telerence to Jews as among the victims of the Nazi wartime per-1 iod. At the closing session of the j Siiprfme Soviet this week, Jews were mentioned explicitly among the victims in an addrfss to meifi-; btTS Of thf Parliament Aleksander Y. Korneichuk, a Ukrainian playwright, member of the Supreme Soviet, and a key leader of the so-called World Peace Council, was chosen by the Communist leadership to bring up the matter of Jewish martyrdom, apparently in response to protests abroad against Russia's Continued on Page 9-A POET 'EXPLAINS' LONDON — (JTA) — Yev gfny Yevtushenko. thf young Soviet poet who attracted worldwide attention for his poem. Babi Yar. told a press conference here that the meaning of the poem has been misunderstood in the West, which had hailed it as a denunciation of continuing anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. He came here Friday for a two-week visit under the Anglo Soviet cultural exchange pact. "I wanted to show that anti-Semitism has no relationship to the spirit of the Russian people." he said. Charge Industrialist in U.S. With Aid to Anti-Semites DR. SIMON GRffNBERG NEW YORK (JTA' Fulton Lewis, Jr.. nationally syndicated} columnist, charged this week that | Nicolas Malaxa, former Rumanian living "in palatial elegance" in this j city, has been implicated in the death of lOO.OOO Rumanian Jews luring World War II. Declaring that efforts to deport him to Rumania have been unavailing, Mr. Lewis stated: "There is no explanation why Malaxa is still lere Nor is there an excuse." According to the columnist, Malaxa, an industrialist in Bucharest, "financed the infamous Iron Guard of Rumania, which massacred, tortured, imprisoned and hanged hundreds of thousands of Jews in the early days of 1941." Later, during the war, Lewis alleges, Malaxa. "hooked up" with Albert Goering. brother of Marshal j Goering, Hitler's No. 2 man. and "helped supply Hitler's army with some of the metallurgical products so badly nctdfd during thf war." Ltwis asserted that Malaxa came Minister Denies Algeria Pledged to Fight Israel PRRIS — (JTA) — The Provis-l ional Government of Algeria dej nicd this week that it planned to play a militant role against Israel. A member of the Government ex-. pressed "doubt" about a statement attributed to Vice Premier Mohammed Ben Bella who was quoted as saying that independent Algeria i would contribute 100.000 soldiers to the Arab battle against Israel. Mr. Ben Bella was quoted two weeks ago by the Mideast News Agency, of Cairo, as having made such a statement while in Cairo But Mohammed Yazid. Minister pf! Information in the Algerian Pro%  visional Government, said in Tunis that the Vice Premier had not been quoted correctly. I Mr. Yazid told newsmen at Tunis that a "certain press" was conducting a campaign to "create a myth of division in our ranks." Castigating such efforts, without naming the semi-official Cairo Continued on Page 10-A DELEGATION VISITS Kennedy Hosts Jewish Leaders WASHINGTON — (JTA' — President John F. Kennedy conferred Monday for more than a half-hour with a delegation of American Jewish Committee leaders on a number of important current issues. Chief among the problems was the concerted Arab League discrimination aginst American citizens and the genfral invasion of Amtrican rights by Arab League countries. The delegation, headed by Gov Herbert H. Lehman, honorary vice president of the American Jewish Committee, included Jacob BlauContinued on Page 2-A UNDER POPE JOHN IN OCTOBER Catholic Council Will Examine End to 'God-Killer Stigma to the United States in 1946 to rep resent the Communist Ruman.an Government, and has remained here since. The United States Immigration Service, which has hc>1 deportation hearings against Malaxa. "has been stymied in its eftorts to send him back to Rumania," according to Lewis ROME — (JTA) — The Ecumenical Council, to be convened here by Pope John XXIII next October,; will probably discuss ways of re-, moving from the Jews the stigma of "slayers of God," Augustin Cardinal Bea told representatives dl the press here this week. Cardinal Bea was the confessor of the late Pope Pius XII, and is now presi dent of thf Vatican's Secretariat for the Union of Christians, planning the agenda for the Ecumenical | Council. The Catholic Church, said the Cardinal, recognies that a principal reason for anti-Semitic persecu-1 tions through the ages has been the: fact that the Jewish people were j blamed by Christians for the cruel-1 fixion of Jesus. It is high time for this stigma to be removed, the Cardinal said. Under Pope John XXIII, various steps toward reduction of anti-Semitism have already been taken. Two years ago, the Pope revised the Easter ritual so as to eliminate references to "perfidious Jews" allegedly responsible for the killing of the Christ. Vatican sources indicated that some Jewish suggestions for the Ecumenical Council have been received. Jewish organiations are especially interested in having the Council condemn antiSemitism and modify the emphasis in the Catechism on Jews as "God killers." In New York, the American Jewish Committee commended Cardinal Bea's statement, calling it "a highly significant advance, a major Continued on Page 6 A ON BRIEF VISIT TO HUSBANDS CELL IN ISRAEL 'Auf Wiedersehen'-Vera Eichmann TEL AVIV (JTA ) — Vera Eichmann left Israel Monday alter visit-' lug her husband Adolf Eichmann. who is in Ramleh prison awaiting tht outcome of an appeal from his death sentence for the murder of c.ooo.OOO Jews in Europe during the Second World War Mrs. Eichmann, who arrived, here incognito Monday night from Zurich, was immediately taken to Ramleh prison where she met with her husband and spoke with him through a glass partition via earphones for 90 minutes. She met with him again towards midnight for 15 minutes, bidding him "aufwiedersehn" as she left Preparations for Mrs fSlchmann'i visit had been conducted with utmost secrecy and although it was known here that she was due to arrive, the first newS of the Visll was ma-'e known only after her departure this morning. All tormalities in connection with the visit, including the issuance <>t the visa and customs procedures were apparently handled outside routine channels by the Israeli Security Si rvices Mrs. Eichmann arrived at Lydda Airport under her maiden name, Vera Loebel, and she was accompanied by Else Gruder, secretary to Dr. Robert Servaflus, Eichmann's defense attorney. Continued on Page 3-A



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j^r* ;:- +Jmistfkrr&*r Friday. May 4. i%2 Sen. Smothers Stands on Record As a Legislator SK CaanBt A %  • : ?-=;:-->; ~>e ?:>:-* na --: P %  liBt'r •;--.;. a.1 .-pet Sen. Sn : ?-c nOPT : : • | IMM I" V -i" Ion %  1 • %  -•'. th*.-,: in r r met: I : %  •:•• tan £ %  %  • %  %  Of -ft' -. %  -i -%  %  Oa — i-,z %  :-it • --. -• -' M uncees ng •; d 01 :55M-r .. KWM : i'-c ; •no ;. •.-, r* ;• sis -*>ae **r5n->c-s to **>e So-j*ri. •* %  has se*ec •: hrUgl MM e*M '•vnici'io-! :r; •; ejplain U.S. policies N ^ tr AT.e-.ci and to iite-a'f LIM A-r-eci to the U.S. -. I 7 %  c Jit I>r Or-fciir>er: BgBtei %  Ia4*i then m Hen %  Nil of Jei BBkH IT tai United >:*.*.ths: hi'1 vtmec tac %  ... Brail nor* afa • a*** %  kaaaafaatt --• ::.: aaaaa tai potis afraaaa sad teat l aw 1 Mai is the 1 For us ALLEN GOLDBERG JESSE WEISS LOUIS SHAFKIN LENA MINTZERS DAVID FORMAN AEE FRIEDMAN NORMAN CIMENT ANNA L FUCHS Asse-irig tna* *t>e Ame--ieer< Jewisn e-owimurv^y has |i aj ,s SirHered *-err s-.o—aje o* p'ope-iy 'rainec spiritual end cuhnira ieeders, O' R aaaaaarf sa>c that unfit the beginning o* Mtofid toaII, this srio-*eg was primarily *o* te the fact that Americar Jewry r at "atill largely an rmgrant peepie We cevid not meet the needs of the 'apidty orowing eommuntty fc Afne-ican-tramed Jewish cuttura. and spiritual leaders." The resuH he said was that "i wheke 9enera>en" of Jews grew up in the United St*tes, "me maiorr>y e f whon"*eso mucp as knew an Amer'c-^-''ineo Englisn speaking rabbi.' II %  ".nt arotad ti i{ n tbej TcE.' %  • taaui Bocgr* %  %  %  : • : • -•-%  • • %  : %  • purpoce aoa %  ..:;• %  Pintaal r.:;ircr :; n:^: %  ei aitaa rnwiil j aor: "-%  • %  : Med .. u ttoer hi 'aaatai teaderstup 1 ----:; uad :: • T c 3TOBX or Brookij-E I wber •.: %  ; •.-•; %  %  %  %  WIN WITH "RED" MARVIN CHRISTMAS CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1 --:-:, PULL LEVER 46-A Mcy S ELECT MARVIN RED* CH? STM YOUR CONS'-E.E WSTI :T 1 • it Meml i .. Students Present Passover Story i -" their i Jewr • "• %  -: %  .-.; TK _.. : %  : r n Guj Carmen, DiHaber. David • Kir;. | tr LeocirKr.; t : E. I mai Merk MaerofX Sberi Handel Matte* Zu man EUeo Ball Bannao ( Mart Haddad. Rcvb,-r: Hal: -"• "-' Bt Ifman ajao K:r; ner Michael Miller. Howard >:-.;• Artaor Newmark. Jeaw I Di.t Vlckaeu ar.d Donnie :k. VOTE FOR HARRY LEVY T Briaf Aa (rteasiM of Leea/'iea* freaklief lC'Uf %  } State Seaasared Latteries—Cesiaes Off-Track aettiag tieaa Alsa lni9 Haaesteea Exeaaatiea fr.ii, S50O0 H SlOteO Free Medical Cere far Seaier Citizeas Eliaiaetiea jf 3*. Seies Tai CANC.2/TI t> STATE %  ntfSEHTAl I Group 3 • Insert• haer.rtI fat I • i Oi r s tn-rt *; %  '•/. • Pres aen* ; %  t • A'.cidera %  aaMh I • Fcr* ^resiernt limit Clra of ftham, Etp--. eatly eieci'*n:-. %  ef Eeales ead Eks Ledge Ma. 1M1 Caenty 12 — | KEEP JOHN GILBERT YOUR CONSTABLE In District One NATIVE FLORIDIAN GRADUATED MIAMI EDtSON HIGH SCHOOL RECEIVED BACHELOR OF ARTS I MASTERS DEGREE FROM UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FOOTBALL COACH AT MIAMI EDISON I NORTH MIAMI HIGH SCHOOLS EXPERIENCED BY BEING THE INCUMBENT CONSTABLE KEEP CONTINUED DIGNITY IN THE CONSTABLE'S OFFICE" PULL LEVER 43-B OVERWHELMING VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN RECENT DADE COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION POLL WELL QUALIFIED OR QUALIFIED JUDGE MEADOWS 1,047 letsKeep J U DGE W.A/BILL" MEADOWS fl CIRCUIT COURT Semngtin'Law and'theLWimunit]ishis'Life'sWork' OPPONENT 669 \o\



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Friday. May 4. 1362 ^•Jenistt Flerirtirtr Page I5-A PART I IN NEW SERIES Noted Movie Producer Schary Examines Traditional Jewish Values By DOi SCHARY we at t us, in a luxuri: hi |( I in %  is resort city a love linner that very high .. cholesterol Most are probably i Most "t us are dl too much -un %  all i we i • that is II % %  Vo .. ; here ie bj • %  ar or trains, nodes fats that hai ( thai %  posui ves us skin a be • • i ru s, ai % %  | trains short, dear friends d; Appeal lii • ou h %  %  i else %  r \ • nati i btful • I can nd new I .like the i v ho was going Mai is the 1 For us GUS RAYNOR ZELMA WYNN HENRIETTA SCHOENFELD SELMA RABINS WILLIAM WALLER DAVID BERGER BEVERLY MILLER LOUIS CHERNOFF You Wont A Voice l On Commission, Vote WfrMHW DGRE KHARV %  D %  %  • %  5 I I M An ... • .... f the AntfDefd%  %  ; t i Minsk with hifriend who i a horse when they ;> tallis, and I came \i nsk to buy an overcoat, hut ..In did the horse come to Minsk.'" So, -.: ce v e .ill know exactly d JDA wants, needs and does, I sit ce we all i ive and ai I, w hy, he h i -i'. did we come here? A'hal .in' you ,'ouiy in Miami and why did I c ime? Ii I me guess Perhaps what •. %  I are doing is making an affirmation. In this angry, tense, difficult and dangerous time when Intransigent men play a reckless game with i i world, we need affirmation. At a time when morbid statisticians compile probable mortality rates for a possible nuclear war. you seek each other out to say we have a better future than that. As you ply your way in a society riddled with corruptive forces that weaken our moral structure, you seek each other out to say ue are belter than that. While our screens and our book? .mil our television sets and some it our plays hurl serf and sadism and sensationalism and shock all of us with their ugly profusion, you -c ek each other out to say that our hearts want something better than that That's why you are here — to affirm, to stand for something, to. jive to something that proves that the cyme is wrong. He is wrong when he says we are doomed to root in the mire. You want to say no — we wish to walk straight with the realization that we mean something to each other In a world rapidly developing : periods of leisure for all ot II-. il is good to know lhat some ol that time is spent doing something worthwhile for our fellow man. I believe that this boon of leisure can be a great blessing — if it does not become a burden I personally would like more leisure — it would give me time to study truly a new language — and 1 wouldn't have to |ly anywhere — 1 could enjoy the bl at trip, sec all that water, and H ad a good bonk. To me, leisure is much like faith — which involves taking a burden liong with a blessing. We arc at a point of our development where tin forty-hour week is not only a Brotherhood Election Set llyland I). Kout, president ol the Temple KnianuKI Brotherhood. this week announced the annual election meeting to be held Monday evening in Sirkin Hall. reality — it appears to be archaic; in some areas we are not only talking about a thirty-hour week, but of a twenty-four hour week. What, then, does man do with all those other hours that are left to him? It appears, if the present trend is significant, that he sits in front of his television set bemoaning the quality of the programs he persists in viewing; he takes up bowling, boating, hunting, tennis, golf and baseball. He drinks more; he smokes more; he travels more — and energetically and rather Iran tically, he pursues what is called "the good life" With help from medical science, this "good life" is also a much longer life. L'p to now in the Twentieth Century, we have all been given a gift of an additional twenty-five years Assuming there are a thousand people in this room, that mean.an additional twenty-five thousand years of human activity — twentyfive thousand years of additional thought and effort in this room alone Roughly two hundred extra million man hours of energy — in Ihis room alone Perhaps by thi end of the Twentieth Century IhCTc will be another twenty-five years added to our life span, and as our lives grow longer, science also '_ ,\ es US mure free time. Now what will tintree tune nil pel uin do? Will there be an extravagance ol indulgence; will our (ided hours result in a proliferation of more cynicism, vulgarity. hi don ism and selfishness — or will v e use that time more fruitfully? NEXT WEEK: Man's Capacity for Self-Destruction BE A SHARP VOTER ELECT %  l SHARP CONSTABLE DISTRICT ONE >' >••.. REPUBLICANS VOTE MAY 8th TO ELECT JAY m r Republican Candidate For Congress 4th District i'


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Page 6-C rJewistFkridliar Friday, Members of the Bav Harbor Residents Division meet at a Passover brunch on behalf of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to right ere Benjamin Sharps, Sam Pollock. Dan Ruskin. and Sam Botway. Ruskin is both co-chairman of the Bav Harbor Division and over-all chaiiman of the Miami Eeach Residents Council. ______ Miami Branch Names Director Charles Plotkin has been appointed branch director of the Miami YMHA Branch, it was announced by Efraim H Gale, execu tive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. This is one of four branches of the Center, a beneficiary agency Oi the Comb.ned Jewish Appeal an_ the United Fund. Associated with the On'er for the last five years, Plotkin was %  first director of the senior citizens department. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania school of social work, with a Master's degree in group work, he was previously associated with the Jewish Community Center in Gloyercville, N.Y., as program director. In his new capacity. Plotkin will DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do It the easy way-by mall. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grove* for prompt handling. INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES #y • %  !• ivei i*r H ym wmnt Ormn$jm MRV •T Qr opefVuif •niy) an 'fruit protector' gift cartons 90 lb. box..... $11.95 Full bushel 8.50 *_ bushel 5.50 12 lb. sampler.... 1.75 •—laare quality en prices. Tea atari hot Rich Dal* for super, value. Prised InchiSe delivery txc.pt: Add 10* Weat el Mississippi. J2 00 to Canada.Satiafa "" C mMitMd. er truft la raplacad r undad. RICH DALE GROVES Welradale, Florida rK (f•• fflfb •# I m SPtCIAUZl in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 %  YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 UF Appoints More Leaders Two more community leaders have been enlisted by United fund to head campaign divisions in the 1962 fall campaign, according to i a i Kislak.campaign chairman. M M BriSCO, president of International Petroleum Co an affiliate of Standard Oil. who last year served as vice chairman of the Fair Share Firms Division, will head a division divided into five industries manufacturing, mercantile, mcrcial. transpotation and building and construction. Selecte-' to head the Manufacturing Division is James R. Brumby of the investment firm bea-ins nis name Brumbv has been active in United Fend work for many years and served as UF secretary in 1961. He '• ill l< •• turing firn rk Mr itablishn t of Fa Share %  ne'ss lion plan "Wc volunteer lea I %  e L'I ited Fu Kislak Tl fice tin own businesses in order to help us suceed." United Fund supports the proerhms of 39 health, welfare and character building agencies. The •961 campaign raised $2,778,512. the .. amount raised in Dade s I [story he responsible for the total direction and supervision of the Miami Branch operation, which provides a group work service lo all members of the family in the preschool, elementary school, junior and senior high, adult and senior citizen divisions. He will also serve as director of the summer day camp pn Masons Name Judge Greenberg William S Christian, newly-electr %  %  Masons in Flornced the appointment Harry Arthur p it) grand master %  '.; "... was the fir-t • r if Surfside MaI ;the holder >>f md til • Surfside Lit %  Miami's Only Jewish Menvmtaf %  in'Merr" SIDH PALK Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS 11 IJ.1 GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS (Jewish Division of) THURMOND MONUMENT CO. INVITES YOU TO VISIT raw SHOWKOOMS AND DISPLAY LOOK fOK TWOSTORY WHITE BUILDING MAI Wt SERVE YOU AS Wt HAVl SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614 —HI 4-2157 MiMOKIALS Of BIAUTY DIGNITY AND FlKMANtNCY Miami Hebrew Book Store 1M5 WASHINGTON AVE Miami Bea;n JE 8-23*0 Hebrew Rtligioui Suppliei *oSynagsg-jet, Schoo's i. Private I ISRAELI i. DOMESTIC C PTS GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MUSOLEIM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd A'Scheduled Unveiling* SJNDAY, MAY 6. 15^2 Jewish Section ol tVoodiawn Pnrl LOUIS SCDERr.-.AN. 2 p.m. Ml. Nebo Cemetery JOSEPH R. OUN, 12:30 p.m. K.. Mt. Sinai Cemetery ALBERT BURSUK, 11 a.m. I '.: • \:. ROSE HANDSEL. 2 p.m. FUU • M I JOSEPH ABELSON 2 p.m. May Their Sou in Eternal p ..PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest 4 Oldest Supplier far Synagogues, Hebrew 1 Swn-ay Schools. Wkthsmle i Retail IStAfU GlfTS AND NOVllTltS 417 Washington Ae. JE 19017 doccb / There Ht way and a wrong way *4ZAi\i\\\* i • • eruinl) you would nol ait for an emergency force you into taking out life insurance this is something you consider calmly, and deride on after thorough investigation. Doesn't selection of .your family Memorial Plot merit the same judicious concern? Of course..That's why you'll i *ant to find out about Miami's finest and '; oldest Jewish cemetery today. Mount Nebo'a rpetual Care Fund (largest of any local Jewish ', cemetery), alraady exceeds 1100.000. 5ereni.t) ami loveliness it its keynote ... a place "' comfort snd inspiration for you ... a tender \ memorial ol love for thus.departed. 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riday. May 4. 1962 +Jewisli fhridliar Page 7-C FROM THE TALMUD 37. Charily lEIiyahu Zuta. 1. i ; cat is charity. It uplifts the iiettibot, f>K. Hi trim clwei hu eyes JJJI'KI ;, charity i.s I'^f tin iaoldtor, • I • 49 Mi who dots charity and justice 1 ... i he had filled the u with \indness. • B • .. 9a i bei i mat el with worth %  tiJii ^fn J he r^ealm v^y/ XP .mian "is 1 ? niiinnx .-rcian *^tf "a 1 ? ^nwn nx nnoian inx VITtln^Wftp .-is") "T'^V cpinsD %  ?ii| f T i3 •? Iri ^ao? neo-rrg nt aa ^w .nwi -r-3 nt n;n i* 1 ? v&pn p-frn ntfia 1 ? n^oa.rripirn n-ra pirn DV mV l? 1 ? I .Wrnpp i^wfa • n ? n 1 •:•'-:'; 'jrtrna n^Boa x-n^ .DIBf • T TRMJIATJON BY RABBI SAMUEL Z. JAFFE Temple Beth El This week's Scr.ptural reading (Lev. XIX i encompasses the qumtessence <>f the entire Torah. its very designation, "Kedoshim," underscores Judaism's attitude toward life and invests it: value system with high spiritual purpose ami content "Ye shall be Holy for I the Lord, your God am Holy." is the injunction whicn aominates the whole ethical legislation in this chapter, as indeed it permeates all %  classic Babbinic literature. What n instructs is that God .*.. the source of morality, the Power that makes for righteousness Man being a creature t the Divine, must emulate God's ethical attribute-, and strive to appropriate them as a perinal code ol conduct governing one's social behavior. Holiness then in Ju laism i not an abstract mystic idea, a metaphysical doctrine, incorporated in a theological system, which would separate man from God. It is rather a concrete ethical concept which brings man closer to his Creator in all tilings that mark our mortal life. Holiness is tak.nthe secular; the mundane, the prosaic, and elevating; II to a spiritual level. It is a regulative principle in the every day lives of men which makes for the ennoblement and sanctilication of life. Wl lie there prevail today philosophies which would urge men to turn their backs upon society and flee from the world in order to attain a mea ure of spiritual fulfillment, in Judaism holiness can be understood only as it relates to specific acts of righteousness, justice and mercy as they arc manifest .n society. Holmes, is realized through one's concern for the needy, the oppressed, the lonely, the unwanted. It calls for a commitment to the sanctity if human hie ana human dignity, and to the assumption of social responsibility. All these values comprise the holy life and emmanate from cur concept of the Holy God. Rabbinic lore tells US 'hat upon the conclusion of ones earthly adventure, the firsi question asked by the Heavenly Tribunal is not "Have you performed the ritual?" but "Have you dealt honestly with your fellow man?" Man thcretore. can achieve holiness only as he lives the ethical life to the degree in which he involves himself in the workings 1 of society, and ir. the way his conduct reflects the Divine image im; planted within him. Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as prooT of their lateness. I AGUDATH Orthodox ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. RIIIDI isaac ever. ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. R. Yusko. president. — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ve Con servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. %  i la) vl" p.ni. Sal irduj 9 a.m. Bar li: Dougla*, son "i Mr. and .Mr.-. Isadori Maj era — • — BETH EL. 500 !>vv wtn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. K :,i. y Sal urdaj • SO ,i m s. i moil "L)ii in. Insplrai i' >n • BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. I i Ida ) • l". i' in Saturday B: r. ;i m — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. RABBI SAMUH JAM Wizo and the Residents of Israel On the road ahead of our car a tractor was traveling, trailing behind a wagon of girls and boys who were singing at the top of their voices. W drove alter them anJ ntered the agricultural school in Nahlat Yehuda. We visited with tha headmaster, the classes where boys and g.rls were sitting and studying j with great earnestness; they were; learning what to do so that the soil should give a bigger yield. Around the instructor stood the boys a Yemenite, two from Morocco, two from Poland and one bom in Israel. They were holding hoes and rakes, and they were receiving the final instructions before work. We asked the headmaster to whom the institution belonged. And his answer was: "This is one ol the institutions maintained by Wizo." In Jerusalem, I agam encountered the Wizo emblem on a fine large building. Perhaps this was also an agricultural school? No! It was a baby home. A white-cloaked nurse stood holding a baby and smiled. In answer to my question, she told me that she had been looking after babies for three years. (Published by Brit Ivrit GUmit) Readers of Yiddish in various parts of the world, particularly in this country, are celebrating this year the one-hundredth anniversary of the birth of Morris Rosenfeld. a Yiddish poet who spent most of his life in New York and much of \< hose poetry was translated into English. Rosenfeld was known primarily as "the poet of the sweatshop." who sang Of the poverty and suf'• fering of the Jewish immigrant garment workers in New York around the turn of the century. Some of his poems were put to music and were sung wherever these Jewish immigrants gathered. There was a poignancy to these poems of suffering, a heart-rending poignancy such as no other poet could evoke. For many years Rosenfeld himself had shared the poverty and wretchedness of these sweatshop workers. But Morris Rosenfeld was something mere than "the poet of the sweatshop." While describing and protesting against the misery of the New York Jewish workers of those days, he also had in mind the | sufferings of the Jewish people as a whole and wrote some masterful poems on the theme of Jewish nal tional redemption in a Jewish land. [These latter poems will perhaps i endure longer than the "sweatjshop" lyrics, since the sweatshop was only a passing phase of Jewish I immigrant life in one American I city, while the theme of anti-Jewish j persecution and the hope of Jewish redemption is still w ith us. even though a Jewish State has come into being. In any event, the centennial of the birth cf Morris Rosenfeld serves again to remind us of the great literature which has been produced in the Yiddish language l iwM mM M Wiiiiraii3iiatimiiii "M "ii F" l '*| This page is prepared in co operation u'ith the Spiritual Ltadcrs of the Greater Miami Rabbincal Assn. RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gems of Wisdom BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. iy it %  %  '> i> in Hatui day 8:30 i m. Si i -1111.11 rhu I MI'.I n. l..-iu • n s.i, r-.-d and he Saint — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. — • — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Raobi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. 104tn si. ud NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. baum. i-i i %  i :• > 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. Israel Indepi ndence t>aj aervlce. Ifouna Judea and local Klonixt groups il participate liursl speakei Mist! Sandra |bevj Saturda) 8:45 a.m. L'BTf Bervi. —' • — CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER., 8755 SW 16th t Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. — • — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. F*rld) 8:15 p.m. UWMI Independence l i.i% service. Sermon: "Israel in the i |fe ,,i in. American Jew." Baturday s:30 a.m. Sermon: "Portion ol the Week." I'II Mltivah: Duvid and Jonathan. w..n>. of Mi. ami Mr-. Bneloon Roth, — • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51it pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander, president. Cantor George Goldberg. — • — HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th t. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. — • — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. GEMS OF WISDOM Palestine has the %::c J; a c %  cms of a The Ho unll turn .\nirh of Ab %  >clj bmld Jerusalem an I • I • Mil"* • In Basle I founded the |ei /• ( -.. i :: toda; • • [reeted with laughter bui years pi rhaps -• i • t rvone u ill see it. A IJ found will <>/' the pe '• nate T. ill K:I i>i\Hii The Land of Israel unll but the people of hr-iel will muife il great not in opulence but m eminence will their destm> be fulfilled, and thetlixer of then will be distilled not out of dom flung bi rderj but out of the faithful and toilful building of : :d IO< :f.". -II I ave. Liberal. Raiibi Leon Kronislr. Cantor David Conviser. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon J id i. and the Scientific Spirit." Car MIU v-ah Jeffrey, Bon of Mi and Urx (Illherl SI raun Morn n. non "i .' %  %  Marlon Zukerman > — • — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N H 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. rlenrjf B. Wernick. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon "Scare* crowa." Saturdaj 8:30 a.m. Bar Mif. vah: Oarj Kraeel. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi lrvn Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th .. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday B:1B p.m. Sermon: "Will thA Rellglona ,.I the World I'nite?" — • — TEMPLE JUDEM. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Friday B:1S p.m. Sermon "Antl-Sem-< iiism' and Jewish Ideals." Sal io a in Bar Mttavah Stephen, ion ,.f Mr and Mrlly Upaon. durinj; a span of only two or three generations. It is something of which Jews may be proud, whether or not they can read Yiddish. i The Patient Teacher Erubin, 54h. Rabbi Penda had a pupil With whom he found il necettrj to rehearse a lesson manv. many times before the latter comprehended it. One day the Rabbi was hurriedly called away to perform a charitable act. Before he departed, how ever, lie repeated the lesson at hand the usual number of times, but on I this occasion, his pupil failed to learn it. "Why is it. my son." asljed Rabbi Penda. "that the repetitions this time have been thrown away.' The pupil replied. "Because. Master, my mind U'as so preoccupied With the summons you received to discharge another duty." "Well then." said the Rabbi. I "let us begin again." And he repeated the lesson again the usual number of times. Rabbi Penda u'as rewarded uith j long life. Pcsahim. 5. A teacher should teach by a I short method. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th: ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavtky. Cantor Louis Cohen. i KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. — • — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Saturdaj 8:46 a. m Sermon: "Hollneaa j i> i lodllnesa." MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — • — SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmiat. — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. i'ii.las 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker, Milton Miller, attorney, pasl president, ind no legal ails i>.,r to the %  %  nti r His topic is ill be "Law Day." Saturdaj 10 a ill. — • — TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodntr. Prldas ; P"' Sermon: "What Is :, Mira< le?" Saturda) 11:16 a m Bar Mltivah: Jeffrey, ion "f I'r and Mrs llarol.l WVImmn. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Finias 8:18 p.m Sermon: "The Pope, in.Jews, and the Ecumenical Council." Satur.las 10:48 a.m. — • — TEIV.PLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland ] Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon' structionist. R a r. i i Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:18 p.m Sermon: "Israel's nth Birthday Saturdaj 10 :'," a.m. Sermon: "Do Jews Believe In Heaven and Hellt" — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitx. TEMPLE BEThTsKOUOM. 4144 Chase TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th sf. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Ab'a-n owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. — • — TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. aid Tatum Waterway. Modern T'aii tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. lii.las-i". p.m Queal speaker, Dr. Aaron Kahan, head of the local Isi % %  Bond office His tonic ssili be "I>r I Impact HI."" the World's Seem? MI cfaj 15 a in Bar Mlt*> ah Step %  on .,r Mi an I Mrs Lawreni • Wetnberar. — • — TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAVU 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Irldaj 8:15 p m — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M %  T. ave. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz i.-, |daj : P m. Sermon "The P il Week i" the Light of the Sedn the Week." Ones Shabbal hoal 8 tern I Saturday 8 a.m. Berm %  "To lay's Torah Reading and the I 1 servative Interpretation." • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 3'it Flamingo Way. Conservative. RaOlil Leo Heim. — • — I TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora avo.. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, cm., tor. — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wa>t man. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Di i hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmeti. Cantor Maurice Neu. Prldaj 18 p.m Bermon "Aftei <'<* Holidays." Saturday 8 a.m Ones .habbal hoal : Blsterhood • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 sC. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staube--. nu;::ni[u .in-ill-,;.; CANDUUGHTM TIME 30 Nisan — 6:39 p.m.



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Friday, May 4. 1962 **. Uwist fkirSrlH^iir Page 11-A Spaet Seeks Aid In Final Drive Harold Spaet, County CommissMiami Beach Bar Assn. ii or and candidate for Circuit In the field of government he Beach, a Councilman from 1953 to lWM, and is now serving as Co Commissioner He is also past president of the Florida League of Municipalities and the Dade County Unveiling ceremonies at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital are the occasion for the pleased expressions shown by sculptor Michael Piugi. Vice Mayor Henry Balaban. Sheriff Tom Kelly, Cedars administrator Sanford K. Bronstein. and E. Albert Pallo-. vice president. The Tree of Life Memorial, enclosed in a weatherproof plate glass case, was installed on the occasion of the hospital's six-month anniversary. (For full report, see stoiy jn Sec. B.) ^ Temple Israel Annual Meet Wednesday Will Mark Congregation's 40th Year I(i pie Israel of Greater Mian> will hold its 40th annual congregation;:: meeting and dinner in the Morris D. WdHson auditorium on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. In dditon to launching a yearlong celebration of the 40th anniversary, the meeting will pay tribute n Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein i i; lu0th anm\ersary with Temple Israel. A special program in hi, honor under the direction ot MornKlass will include talks by Loui:Schwartzman. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Dr. Donald Michelson. Hillel director, ?nd h iormer principal of the TernDora Stein Sets Sunday Program Dora Stein Sisterhood will hold its annual "Mitzvah Luncheon" on Sunda> noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Eddie Michaell. accompanied by Hj Filed, will present a program of M'l:Luni neon chairman is Mrs. Sam Mit< I • l pie Israel religious school which Cantor Bornstein now heads; and music by the Temple choir. Max Oroviti, a past president of Temple Israel, will be toastmaster and present the original dramatic work by Dr. Joseph R. Narot on "Temple Israel—Past, Present and Future." Sam A. Goldstein, president ot the congregation, will conduct the business and election meeting, and Kubbi Narot will install officers of Sisterhood. Men's Club. Couples Club and Youth Group. Organized in May, 1922 as Greater Miami's second synagogue. Temple Israel now has a membership of 1.400 families. Its main sanctuary was built in 1927 with two buildings, the latest last year, added to take care of the Relig>ous school attended by more than l.OOff children and adults. Temple Israel, a Reform congregation, today is one of the leaders in the Union of American HebrewCongregations |i ge in Group 1, this week called has been Vice Mayor for his friends and supporters hrouehout Dade county to "give one final push'' before next Tuesday's primary. "We have an excellent chance to i win," Spaet said, "if our friends 1 work a little harder during the next few days. It is particularly neeissary in our race since, with only r.ne opponent, it's a sudden death situation—no run-off." Spaet also urged Dade countians !o remember that, in 1960, 179.000 people went to the polls and only 103.000 voted for the Circuit Judges. | "Nearly 76,000 people fa.Ted to vote in the Circuit Judge con-, tests," Spaet pointed out. "This | is extremely unfortunate in view of the importance of the Circuit Court and the need to select qualified and experienced men to preside over them." "Be sure to weigh the background of the candidates carefully," he said, "and then be sure to vote." Spaet has been active in the community for more than 28 years. He is honorary president of the Jewish Home for the Aged and a trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital. He served as president ot Temple Israel of Greater Miami, the American Jewish Committee, and the Miami Beach Zionist District. He has been a practicing attorniv for 32 years. Judge of the Municipal Court and president of the I Miami i League of Municipalities. On May 8 ... Vote for DISTINGUISHED RECORD Phi Beta Kappas Hear Librarian Florida Gamma Assn of Phi Beta Kappa met Tuesday evening in the auditorium of Hillel House on the University of Miami main compus. Speaker was John Thomas Dor-: osh, formerly curator of the Slavic I collection. Library of Congress, who is consultant for Slavic materials at the I'M library. His topic was "Russian Collections in American Libraries." Honorary President — Jewish Home for the Aged Served as President — Temple Israel of Greater Miami American Jewish Committee Miami Beach Zionist District Trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital Practicing Attorney, 32 Years Judge of M.S. Municipal Court Past President, M.B. Bar Association County Commissioner Vice Mayor of Miami Beach Councilman, 1953-1960 President, Dade County League of Municipalities President, Florida League of Municipalities For JUDGE CRIMINAL COURT JIM RAINWATER THE MAN WITH A POSITIVE PROGRAM Mai is Ihe 1 For us JAMES LEVENSON BENJAMIN J. MEYERS JOHN B. GROSS DR. HERMAN MECHIOW1TZ ADOLF BAD1AN IRVING HOfFMAN STANLEY S. PHILLIPS ETHEL GORDON You Wont A Voice On Commission, Vote I ENGLANDER Pd. Pol. Adv



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Page 14-A +Jewisi> Meridian Frid av May l. i9 6 2 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN A Case Against Social Discrimination as Indefensible "SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS ." By Benjamin R. Epstein and Arnold Forsler. 274 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. S4.50. "COME OF MY best friends arc .lews.'' runs the old • elk-he. so time-worn that one can easily imagine Paul (!ie*.j>aul ol^ Tarsus i tossijji;.it oil as an answer to Judcan critics. Jews know it for what it is. an embarrassing revelation of the sneaker, an indication of both his prejudice and his discomfort at being thought prejudiced. By lone acquaintance. Jews have made their peace with the phrase; it is folklore by now. it has usefulness as a language symbol, it has depth of connotation beyond ordinary measure. "Some of the best Jews are my friends." my father once quipped wryly, and the point he was making would not have been so scathingly immediate put any other way But Jews will never make peace with the emotion UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON lurking behind the words. It is this type of anti-Semitism —a peculiarly American phenomenon — which is dissected in this book by Benjamin Epstein, national director of the ADL. and Arnold Forster. the League's general counsel and director of its civil rights division. The patterns of American discrimination against Jews are exposed in education, employment and housing, and in the myriad social institutions which Americans cherish. One of the authors" points, in fact, deals with the whole area of "social" discrimination, for it is here, in clubs and organizations, that most people believe discrimination is morally defensible and quite in consonance with the "American Creed." which includes the right to choose the people with whom you will associate. Here. too. is the area in which the law can be least helpful, and in which subterfuge is most easily and effectively practiced. And SO what'.' say many Jews; who needs them'.'—in the kind of self-segregation which the book also deplores UN That Admitted Israel Not the Same Today United Nations i •THE 14rh ANNIVERSARY of the re birth of Israel this year is close toI th< dale when we mark here the 13th| anniversarj of Israel's admission to the I'nited Nations. As a member of the UN, this year is the period of Israel's Bar Mitzvah. What is the status ol Is racl at the United Nations as the Jewish Stati achieves th< status of an adult membei Today, the UN is an organizal i n far different, in man? respects thai th world organization which Israel joined m 1949 Israel was (hi 59th member when it was sworn in Now there are 104 • %  Israel could no! have come in il lh< Wesl and th East not joined I er to \. %  r of the embei in 1849. '!' %  such vetoed b> the Soviet Unioi cl some hen i nether other Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Old Patrick Henry > O PATRICK HENRY Patrick H< nry i lundi red. '•< a< sar I a i his i<. Charles I Ci unwell, let leorge ill pn I their exmple "Treason, Tr< shouted : th< Vn f nia K jre. "If that n, make the most of it," said Henry. A shiver ran through all Americ a All right, so Patrick Henrj was a brave man. bul what has that got to do with Israi I s birthdaj Well, the other day Eliahu Elath, the new president th< Hebrew Universitj in Jerusalem. told howMr Elath told how he had come in the first Israeli delegation to the United Nations, just after the independence of the State of Israel was proclaimed. He went to see General Marshall, who had become Mr Truman's Secretary of State. Mr Marshall didn't seem enthusiastic about Israel lie showed Mr Elath a map ol the Near East Look, he said, all these Arab nations. How can \ou fight them-' "Yes, that's so," said Mr Elath. "but once there was I great American. Patrick Henry, and he said Giv< me liberty or give m death' and that's the way w ot Israel feel." Secretary Marshall looked up H didn't after when :h< Israelis had won the %  5 A; --.. %  States t to see Set %  • %  %  %  • %  members of the Security Council, including the Big Two Westerners—the I'nited States and Britain—would vote for Israel's admission today, in the face of Arab 0| Certainly the recent Anglo-American resolution in the Security Council here, censuring Israel for defend i inst Syrian aggression, gives some validity to doubts as to the manner in which the Uniti I States would vote on Israeli membership today The Western honeymoon period in regai I Isr past In action, now. then is only a thin line divi the Western from the Soviet policies n ai l nited States aid si II goes to Israel—whi i Si aid igiven lavishly to the Aral states. Bul u. • an I East a resti ; 1 Aral • : I y are in justii 1st • %  %  %  %  • -sistance. anything n ist be balanced the i ers. by multi] %  to the Arabs 000am the United / f-1 %  i %  %  • t exact—bul I sucl not re; rael I troyi it would help its • rab stai States does i % %  I cot rs such i evil met But Washing! right hand loes not i the curryii Vrabs is si nsidei ran S. A.. I e bed with ai I si be: Not bad—not I ad i all. Actually, there is a swift e in i ction of insistent thi I sooi er or ater thi I Nations must make g %  .i' between Israel and the \r states Arab am reements of 1949 i ind the UN is pan .. < nginei r< pacts In one manner th< recent Securitj t inci of Israel, unfair as it was. did somethii r Israel. A number of the verj members thi Se< Council who voted in favor of the Ai gl Vmerican did so under severe pressure They feel, now, thej ow< a debt to Israel They feel, therefore, that they must do something substantial to balance the scales. And they know that the most substantial thing hej can do is to join those members who insist on calling for Israel Arab peace negotiations. Among other members of the UN. outside the narrow Security Council club, that .-..:.< feeling is n I dent now than it has been for r :Then is a guilt feeling toward Israel, a feeling thai 1st wronged. More and n ther it is not time to rais< the peace flag foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN For the authors know that it is no less discri: natory because it is "social.'' and that to choose on the individual merit is one thing; selection on the basis ol prejudice against whole groups is another. "Tl percentage of Americans who have feelings of ho one group or another fail to make this distinction is an almost universal blindness, and it is evider thai a hindamcnlal impulse or a practice based on dei attitudes is at work." And they know that social iscritnination is contagious; it spreads quickly out ot 5UD posedly "benign" area into others which hurt not mly the soul, but also the rice-bowl. Man does not live soul alone. The case histories in tnis rally documented e .,• i r ,. chide the recent Scarsdale Golf Club affair, thi irosse I'ointe rating system, a Spring Valley. Md ca and our own Sunset Island No. 2 battle. You will learn about the former practices at Emory University Denta School, until that rotten tooth was pulled. Some ot thi • scussions put the lie to popular misconceptions— tl control heavy industry, for example; there are y t 0 outstanding Jews in that field and one of them is loseph Block of Inland Steel, the man whost maverick cision was instrumental in melting down the recent si hike mo of My Best Friends "is not a t romantics it is a book for people who will face thi ruth wtthoul bitti -or rancor, without letting it beci for the prejudices latent in all of us. but who w to spur determination. And it is a book for chai %  ..-•— men and women of good will who love thi< try with extraordinarj passion, and who will I to know w hal I how to help 0// the Record: By NATHAN ZiPRIN Aii About Boxing T %  HE CURRENT %  • • brii • % %  tha in • • • • the I tun %  Jews in 1 ting f thi %  %  s tl sport i %  Goldsteii i East Side had of 1 %  : :• Ruby •• I Sid Ten the; East Side and mevi fa %  • etter mai It was at the 1 G m i famous hi Sid lowy ........ j %  %  n his ack a: fi ed bj nexl • up and fii shing l an In 5 the name of McLarnir. ruine • precipitating a trend thai ; lar Jews from the prize ring tter, the immigrant childrei nd lawyers and i us nessmei tht prizi fighter was no longer the admired j ster oi eel our young had set their sig highi %  s and befon long the names of thi at of thi ring became men nostalgic memory. Si I tell us young people take • %  status Tlu young nun who 11 "• on tin East Side simpl) had to leai rder to survive in a Syria Holds en to Unstable Role in Mid East U/HEN SEVERAL -' %  %  -%  : • % 



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Friday. May 4. 1962 im*i€t> HnhHtivn Page 13-A Miami Studies Candidates in Tuesdays Election Greater Miami this week prepared to go to the polls next Tuesday to vote for a long ballot of hopefuls in a variety of races from Dade County Board of Public Instruction on up to United States Senator from Florida. Following here is a listing of candidates and their thumbnail sketches. For the assistance of Jewish Floridian readers similar roundups of other candidates and races also appear in Sec. B and C. Tom Sasso lidate foe Metro* Commission* ""''i" ,:1,,l > "' Dade County. ol District 2, Tom Sasso stated this week that "enthusiastic response the good citizens of North I county luring the past lew given me renewed cone that these r< sidents want the kind c! leadership and direct iv| resentation I have pledged my. sell to perform. My plan for progress of all Hade county includes: "Just and equal representation for District 2. based on population and geographical location. He served as host chairman ol the L963 Young Democrats nationi volition, which featured Pin Kennedj as principal speaker. Weissenborn, an attorney, was admitted to practice by the Supreme Court ol Florida and by local Federal District Court in 1!<56. He is married, has two children, and lives at 2201 SW 90:h ave., Miami. "Curb runaway taxation and stop wasteful spending by increased efficiency in Metro government and careful planning, plus conservative spending. David Eldredge Slate Rep. David Eldredge said this week he will wage an "all-out fight" for repeal of the 10 per cent Federal travel tax in Congress. Campaigning for election to the Fourth Congressional District seat. Economical growth and progress f" 1t National Education Assn., Florida Education Assn., Classroom Teachers Assn., National Council for Social Studies,; and Parent Teachers Assn. Harry Levy Harry Levy, candidate for State Representative, Dade county. Police and Fire Group Install Detective George J. Green was installed as president of the Miami Beach Police and Fireman's Benevolent Assn. at a dinner held at the Carillon hotel Monday night. Detective Green has been an active member of the association since it received its charter in 1943. Me has served as president three times and vice president four times i lie pas' her lied were James C. Reilly, vice president, and Fire Cnpt, Willi Miller, secretary ;:-urer. Norman Imber (left), outgoing president of the Mens' Club of Coral Way Jewish Center, turns the gavel of office over to incoming president, Ted Sloan, at ceremonies last Saturday night at the Center. Group 3. has been endorsed by the i mary for the office of Constable in Senior Citizen's Protective League,. District 2. Inc. He has also been endorsed by the Pan American Democratic Club oi Miami. Levy is running on a platform that would legalize gambling, "thus bringing added revenues to the State and our commmunity." Levy has meanwhile appointed Bernard M. Joyce, realtor, as campaign manager, and Dan De Haven has been put in charge of research. Levy's headquarters are at 1101 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach. • Ernie Allen Ernest C. (Ernie) Allen, veteran law enforcement officer, is a candidate in the May 8 Democratic priThe 41-year-old candidate and na-' live Miamian served in World War, II with the U.S. Coast Guard. He was first vice commander of i the Harvey Seeds Post of the American Legion. He was a member of the Miami Police Force for four years, a deputy constable for eight years, was associated with the State Attorney's office as an investigator for the past four years. He resigned to become a candidate in "this much neglected and abused post." He feels "well qualified due to my 16 years of experience as a public law enforcement servant." The candidate lives with his wife, Catherine, and two teen-age daughters at 1010 NW 41st ave. • Judge J. Gwynn Parker Judge J. Gwynn Parker "received an overwhelming vote of confidence from the Dade County Bar Assn.." his supporters declared this week. "The bar poll is conducted prior to an election to allow its members I he opportunity of signifying their satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the judges on the ballot. The < i.M the race for Civil Court of R< Ci rd showed Judge Parker receiving well-qualified or qualfied votes." Parker has also received personal endorsements from over 300 practicing attorneys in Dade county, they revealed. A native of Florida, Judge Parker has practiced law in Miami arid Tallahassee since his graduation from the University of Florida law school in 1938. with a brief timeout lor military service during World War II. Parker was a captain in the U.S. Army mule-pack artillery, and saw service in Guadalcanal and the Far East. He lives witn nis wife and three daughters in Coral Gables •t •* %  Holmes Braddock Holmes Braddock is a candidate ior Dade County School Board in District 3. The candidate holds a Master's degree in education from the University of Miami. He is a general a.,ent in Miami for the Midland Mutual Life Insurance Co. At the University of Miami, he was assistant director of student activities. From 1950 through 1951, he traveled throughout the nation for the university to counsel prospective students. As a U of M student himself, Braddock was a member of Iron Arrow, highest men's honorary; ODK, leadership honorary; student branch of Sigma Delta Chi, journalism fraternity; and Sigma Alpha Epsilon, social fraternity. Braddock is a member of the Touchdown Club of Miami and the Julian S. Eaton Foundation. Het and his wife, Ruth, who also holds!; a Master's degree, are the parents j of four children. L'CHAYIM to the American quality of greatness! Michael Hahn First Jewish Governor In the United States Born in Bavaria, Hahn was brought to America in infancy by his parents. The strife of the 1860's called forth his quality of greatness. Even though he lived in Louisiana, he spoke against secession, decried slavery and supported the policies of Abraham Lincoln. He won the office of Governor of Louisiana in 1864, to become the first Jewish Governor in the United States. m>j Whiskey LPKD CALVE itr Truly the American Whiskey of DistinctionUncompromising people make Lord Calvert; discerning people enjoy it. U M00f JS% STMIGHT WHISKllS i YUJS 0* UMi. 9U> SJ. UAUl NlulMi if ll IS • CMVUI DlSTIUtU COMPMY. IW lift



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Friday. May 4. 1962 9>Jcwts$ Meridian Page 3-B Revised Program Told A revised program with new I (rsonnel has been instituted at tlu Miami Hebrew religious school Pre-registration and proper classification of students will be open luring May for the faK semester. Beth David Sisterhood donor committee members are pleased with plans for their May 10 donor luncheon at the Fontaineoleau hotel. From left are Mrs. Bernard Leffler. Mrs. Louis Seitlin, Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, and Mrs. Louis Spector. Beth David Ladies Planning Donor David Sisterhood will hold annual donor luncheon in the :.i' room of the FontaineU hotel on Thursday. May 10. i :!o a.m. trman of the luncheon iMrs. Seitlin, newly elected SisterI president. Entertainment will be by NapolReed. Mrs Murray Hacks idonor seciry, and Mrs. LOUIS Spector is %  charge of arrangements, other mbers of the committee are Mrs. i ris Rabinowitz and Mrs. Bern; Let tier. I nous w.ll be extended by William Dickson, president of i Branch of the National m< n's League of the United syngu< of America; Mrs Max Jacn. Sisterhood president: and lip Schiff, Beth David Congrein president. R ibbi Norman N. Shapiro, spinleader of Beth David Congrelion, will welcome the guests. Rabbi Shapiro on Television Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spineader of Beth David (i will appear on "Tin Worship Hour" this Sunday. m over WLBW, eh. 10 His i l will be "Kwl—Be Thou My %  Beach High PTA Installs Officers PTA of Miami Beach Senior High installed new officers Wednesday evening with Mrs. John Owen conducting the ceremony. A pa-t president of the PTA at North Beach Elementary and the lli.Lh school. Mrs. Owen has also -lived as area coordinator in the district. New officers are Mesdames Herbert Young, president: Harry M Kaplan, president-elect; Irving Cypen. Lillian Eisenberg, Manny Mehlman, vice presidents: Hairy Sley, corresponding secretary; Miss Margaret Tarrer recording secretary; and Mrs Gilbert Frank, supn treasurer The program for the evening in| eluded an evaluation report by Dr. Herbert Wey, associati Dean. Ec-hool of education, University oi Miami. Irving W. Katz. principal, pn sented background information and on the school's philosophy, make-up of the student body and the community. Pioneer Women Slate Events Pioneer Women Club 2 Will have a Mother's Day luncheon Sunday at Harlem-: n -taurant. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Abraham So'tzer and Mrs. Aaron Liebman will deliver the invocation. A program oi Jewish folk songs will be presented by Mr. and Mrs Joseph Horwitz. Mrs. Nathan Bookspan is chair man of the day Beba Malaon Chapter is planning a Mother's Day luncheon for Wednesday at Temple Ner Tamid. Chairman and sponsor of the day i>. Mrs Rae Weinstein. Mrs. Isaac Ollenhenden, president, was to conduct a regular meeting of the chapter on Thursday at the Wa-hmgton Federal Savings and Loan Assn. bldg., Normandy Isle Guest speaker was tb be Mr<. Milton Green, president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. A musical program was to be presented by Mr.-. K-ther Weinstein, chairman. Golda Meir chapter "ill celebrate MotherDay with a picnic Sunday at Crancion Park, lot 2. pit 4 MrOscar Zeltzer is chairman of the arrangements committee. On Tuesday evening, the chapter will have us regular meeting at Beth F.l Congregation. Marion Meyer, program chairman, will be Featured in ;.:; Israel independence celebration. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin is president. '"' we proudly x ANNOUNCE Scopus Installs Mrs. Alexander Mrs. Louis Alexander will be installed as ; r< sidenl of Mt Scopus Hadassah at the Biscaync Terrace hotel at a noon luncheon on Tiies<;..>. May 15. Formerly of Orance. N. J.. Mrs. Alexander has lived in Miami for the past -ix years She haserve,I as president of B'nai B'rith Women vic< nl of B'nai B'rith Women's Concil, president of Montefiore Aid Society, and president of the Kni'jhts of Pythias. v state representative of th Nomads oi Avrudaka, and chairman of the United Jewish Appeal of the Oranges. At present, she itrustee ot B'nai B'rith Women of Miami. V1C< president ol the Jewish Home of the Aged, secretary of Laurel Ct. 11 Amaranth, and is a charter member of the United Order of True Si.-ters. Fidelity Hulda 26. Newark. N .'. Mrs. Sol Silverman w.ll be the installing officer. Mrs. Abraham Levitan ichairman of the day. and program chairman. Mrs. Gladys Dinitz Morgenstern. a new service / RENT A CAR from $2.50 per day |1S pel k ,vmllrngl Inirce ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 3-6765 Sw*^ with the HAERTEL VAULTMASTER Now e give your garments the utmost protect en in our storage vault w.th the Haertel Vaultmaster. 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Friday. May 4, 1962 Jewistffrrtetter Pago 3-C Cedars Scores Notable Record audio-visual materials and direct mail." "Top Com';.: '. "• wish Appeal leaders confer at a Passover : ranch in the Eo'.ir.oral hotel. Left to right are Dan Ruskin, rhairman c: mi Beach Residents Council, Cal Kovens, f'A chairm m Shepard Broad, Morris Broad, and Leonard r.csen, chairman ol the Over the Top Committee. An impressive number of nighttime work hours devoted to meetings, making phone calls and processing of individual pledges has been racked up by the development fund staff of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital during the last nine-month campaign period. According to E. Albert Pailot, chairman, and Harold Dunsky, director, "21 fund-raising functions were organized and completed, some 40 smaller events such as luncheons, teas and cocktail parties were sponsored and more than 2,500 people was taken on sightseeing tours of the hospital during that period.*' "In addition," Pailot reported, "a program oi public relations has kept the community informed of the building campaign and the hosThe spring campaign was. eli, Ti „ wmwna-Hc maxed with the President's Dinner pital services, utilizing billboards,, Saturday evening honoring hosptradio, and television, as well as I ta) pres jd e nt Samuel T. Sapiro. Gables Senior Wins Top Award M | • • ;.,.. an 18-yi al Coral Gables llish. '.VMM) in-', prize ol sioo in the i.unty-wide high school editorial spon .1 by 'lie Advertisf Club of Gr at r Miami, chapoi ii.i A Federation America, VVr.tii \dvertising and the ,. World," Martin is now elig• tor a national grand prize ot • to, and an all expense-paid trip the AFA • h annual convenn in Denver i ol i next June. Janel Man Cooper, 15, soph. ore ..! Miami Central High, won i :,(! ; %  $50; and Maria ; T IJ : 19 -ophomore al leer T Washington High, won %  rd prize oi ">.">o Awards were pn nl id al a %  : %  r i. i t Im (. rporetioa ii E FIRST AVENUE FR i-stn — at tow bank rates. Pur Installment Loan Dept. Js open until 3:30 Monday^ through Friday. 101 OKI MOUi Honor Dedicated Public Service VOTE IN MAX KOGEN CIRCUIT JUDGE pd Pol Ad\ FLA. KEYS CRUISE THROUGH FLORIDA KEYS 140 MILE TRIP DEEP THROUGH THE ROMANTIC FLORIDA KEYS Received at Luxurious 'Islomoroda Yacht Club" where every courtesy and facility will be at your disposal. %  T Includes Lunch and Spectacular Show of ^ The Sea .ft BIMINI MORE TIME ON BIMINI "In the Bahamas" ... VIA FAST NEW EXPRESS BOATS TBe Original "Provee" I/mini Creise DON'T ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE.' QUIET PROTECTED \ WATERS PHONE FR 1-1436 DEPART M'AMI MIAMI BEACH DUPOST PLAZA C. OF C. CENTER COCKS DIRECT DOCKING AT BIMINI World's fastest, sefesr passenger boats to Bimini, American Flogships. Brand new, custom built tor Bimini shallow waters. U.S. Coast Guard Approved. Radar, Ship to Shore Radio. "On Time" Schedule. Dur/-Free Shopping, frtt Layover Privilege. There is only one 30 years of experience fostering good will in business and community .life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON FLORIDA BAHAMA LINES LTD


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Friday, May 4, 1962 kwist trJorid/an Page 5-C Iron Curtain Prejudice Varies in Strength Formei President Harry S. Truman is honored at an Israel Bor.d dinner in St. Louis for his historic role in the estab'ishn,e:.t and development of the State of Israel. Shown at the dinner, which was attended by more than 1,200 persons, are Mcrris A. Shenker (right), chairman of the St. Louis committee for Israel Bonds, and Mr*. Avraham Harman, wife of Israe. s Ambassador to the United States, presenting to Mr. Truman a silver Torah beasfplate in appreciation of his friendshir, for Israel. Sinatra Center Set for Israel By Special Report NEW YORKrIsrael's Histadrut organization this week announced ; .. .,n interfaitb youth center to be b 'li in Nazareth will be named ..it-' Frank Sinatra. The entertainer i i become the second American so honored in this ancient BifoIti i pity with ;i building bearing his i ame. The George Meany Spi Stadium was erected there last ; ar .tra will participate In groundng ceremonies of the Frank •a Interfaith Youth Center on 4, with civic leaders, youth epresentatives of the Moslem. ian and Jewish taiths attendii...: Ma; and : Chr ir.. As the guest of Hisredrut's cultural department, Sinatra will additionally (flail such cities as Jerusalem, Beersheba, Haifa, Ein Gev and Tal Aviv. In Tel Aviv h* will attend the big May 9 Israel Independence Day festivities, following which he will be honored by Histadrut at a cocktail reception. Si tra plans to be available lor beni: i performances at some ol tin aces he will visit, which will inch e a military camp. S tra's Israel visit is a part of his world tour for the benefit of children and youth organizations, which "ill also take him to Japan, Greece, Italy, Monaco and Great Britain beginning Apr. 10 Throughout his career. Sinatra been a crusader for a better worid. and for better understanding between peoples. Several years ago he appeared on a Histadrut telecast, lie has been prominently active in many worthy causes. Including the national Polio drive and the National Brotherhood Week observation sponsored by the t'anference of Christians and Jews, in addtion to the Heart Fund and man) other causes. He has cooperated with such campaigns as the Cancer Crusade. Cedars of Lcbanon-Mt. Sinai Hospital(Los Angeles) lice bed care, and systic fibrosis. LONDON — (JTAl — Anti-Semitism "varies in strength from country to country behind the Iron Curtain hut il is present everywhere" and "there is reason to believe it is directed from Moscow," Daily Telegraph asserted this week in a report from Prague. N'u one living in Czechoslovakia can be unaware of the limitations to which Jews are subject, even if discrimination against them is far less violent than when Stalin was alive, the report, entitled "Jews Under Communism," declares. The report says it could not be entirely ••fortuitous" that there is "not a single Jew on the central committee of the Czechoslovak Communist Party and there are very few Jews to be found in Government posis or in positions of any Importance in the numerous state enterprises One of the places where antiJewish Prejudice appears most frequently, according to the report, is in the courts. Jews found guilty of currency speculation or other "economic offenses" invariably receive much stiffer sentences than do non-Jews in Czechoslovakia. The report said "one of the reasons for this appears to be the fact that the president of the Prague district court is a wellknown anti-Semite." The report added that although party and police officials allowed their prejudices to affect their official behavior toward Jews, "the ordinary people of Czechoslovakia, with the exception of a few diehard anti-Semites in Slovakia, are largely indifferent to Jews and their problems." Union were believed to be partly the work of Aleander Poltimenko, a Ukrainian official who, though he collaborated with the Germans during World War II, is now a senior official in the Soviet Government department dealing with religious affairs. Our of llie worst features Of life (( %  : Jews in Russia, particularly in the Ukraine, is "a deliberate attempt" to frame them, the rept rl as. cited "It is a common occurrence for Jews to receive circulars in Yiddish or Hebrew, which few (,f them understand, purporting to come direct from Israel or from the Israel Embassy in Moscow," the report slated The circulars. according to the report, "appeal to the receipients to take a greater interest in Israel and Jewish affairs. They are written in a strongly anti-Soviet tone but in language* that makes it instant >• apparent that they were concocted in Moscow." The report added thai Soviet Jews were "now aware of these f-ikes and hand them to police i soon as they arrive but at the ginning several Jews were committed to prison for not reporting they h;d received such material a I doze::weninterrogated on a -• picion ol tad with a I m ig i power. It is m ; easy to be a under Communism," the r L concludes. Opera Guild Elects Officers At a meeting of the executive hoard of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami last week, the following new officers were elected: Mrs Jams Genty. jr.. president; Radford K. Crane, chairman, board of trustees. N, magnificent £RST 8:15 EM. MIAMI Kennel Club The report added that while there were no current indications that the Czech regime planned to pu restrictions on attendance at synagogues, a recent circular issued by the Government Office for Religious Affairs commented that "officials of the synagogues use the services mainly as an opportunity to get together and discuss their problems." The situation in Hungary is similar, the report asserted, but in Romania "open anti-Semitism and Zionism are written into the legal code as a criminal offense. Sentences of ten years and more in prison for illegal frontier crossings are daily occurrences. Most of the offenders are people who want to get to Israel." The report added that there were still plenty ot officers among the Rumanian police who were members of the antiSemitic Antonescu Iron Guard and their attitude toward Jews is the same as it was before the war In Poland, according to the survey, there is considerable antiSemitic feeling but Polish authorities are on the whole reasonable about permitting emigration to Israel or to re-join relatives aboard. In Bulgaria, there are only a lew hundred Sephardic Jews left. There are about IS Jewish families living in Tirana, the capital of Albania. 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vJewist noridUan Page 5-B Pepper Cites His Long Experience In Washington Lee i) J. E'.'president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Dr. Zev Kogan (right), counsel for the Jewish National Fund, bid bon voyaqe to Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht i to their departure for Israel. JNF Leaders Le-ave for Israel ..: ;:nd Mrs. -Max Hecht, local nthropists jud Jewish Nationi. Fin leaders, Lett recently lor Israel. Wlnie there, they will visit the Nachlat ot Bet Gamliel, which Ihej established two years ago Corciiac Hospital Names Apte Committee Chief R. Williams Apte has been named chairman of the executive steerms committee ot National Children's Cardiac Hospital, free institution vl to the diagnosis and treatroenl of rheumatic and congenital hear: disease in children. Vice president of the hospitals board! of governors and chairman .f the finance committee, Apte .s M mi-retired and devotes much of his time to the hospital. A resident •I tie Miami area for 41 years, he was formerly a partner in D J. wid K.W. Apte Bros. In announcing the appointment. Leo Kobinson. president of the children's heart hospital, said: "There ino better qualified successor to ihe late Milton D. Dreyfus tor tin.-, !. j role in guiding the future of National Children's Cardiac Hospi-' tal. Apte and Dreyfus were friends sinc school days, and worked together in the tight against rheumatic and congenital heart disease in children for 15 years." Apte also serves as chairman of the campaign cabinet in the fundraising program for the Hospital. now building new facilities in the -Metropolitan Medical Center. through the JNF Foundation. The primary purpose of the visit is to dedicate their new project, the Kate and Max Hecht Synagogue. The leadership of JNF will participate in the dedication ceremony. The Hechts also lead the list of I founders and builders of "Keren Me Ami," the twin city of Greater j Miami, which was inaugurated recently at a Mendel Fisher testltnonial here. Eventually, they plan to establish the Kate and Max, Hecht School of Torah and Avodah, also through the JNF Foundation. As a candidate for Congress in the new Third District. Claude Pepper on Wednesday declared: "I offer 14 years of experience in Congress. 1 offer a knowledge ot the way things work in Washington. I know the men there from Presi(!: %  :.! Kennedy on down, and I can g,i to work for you immediately, : you choose me as your i man. "If elected, my first action will be to open a congressional office richt in the heart of North Dais county, because I believe that a representative must be close to tie peop e, and they myst b? close to him. s condly, I pledge to work various ,:i •. ernmeni a %  r,. spaci e contrai • Uting business and industry—and lo lay the foundation lor increasin < our community of clean' in: ustrj in /..pport of these space age projects at Cape Canaveral. •Third. I will give all the people in North Dade an opportunity to work directly with their own Congressman, a man who knows their problems and will work hard to help solve them. ocratic Party. Claude Pepper supports Medicare to take the crippling medical bur.'en otf our old people and their families. "I believe in President Kennedy. I believe in his policy lo contain and destroy godless Communism. I believe in federal aid to our sihool>. I support the creation ot a Department of Urban Affairs for the 70 per cent of our people who live in cities—and Miami is one ot them. "I'm for the people. I'll stick with the people, the thousands of friends I've made over the years—and I am going to work for them the i oi my lift" Flamingo Chapter Kas SsistaSSation "I believe I can get things done, and it takes more than the radical, right-wing Birchites and a few political hatchetmen among the doctors to scare me off. "It's this simple: Will the Democrat elected in the new Th'rd Congressional District be a real Democrat?. Will he serve the people? Will he support the great programs of President Kennedy? "Claude Pepper backs the Democratic administration and the DemM .: ir >ld E. I el Iman rei ed :! avel from ill All:';>' i lamii '. r, i B'rith v ... i %  VY was %  i ch a office) FU lingo chapter mi i rs are from the Hialeah Miami Sin JlgS area Invocation was given by Mrs. Ted Kobinson, founder president ot the chapter. 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[nday, May 4. 1962 Jewish HcriJian Page 9-C Candidates in Various Races Seek Voters' Favor Greater Miami goes to the polls Tuesday to r?gifter their choic mge of contest.-, from U.S. Senator to seats on the D trie County Board isl oi candidates.seeking election, their backgrou.nl and statements hich they are making bids. (For similar listings, see Sec. A and R.I cs for candidates running in a wide 01 Public Instruction, Following is the issues involved in the races in Judge Gene Williams Judge Gene Williams announced .. campaign for reelection to the court of record at a re[•piion in his honor at the Ains i bldg. Athletic Club recently, edged his "'continued devoin ;i fair and impartial jui-iary. with justice to all for the all Williams, 45. a judge in Dade ntj since 1955. served in the ml of crimes from 1955 to 1957. 1957, this was changed to crimirt (il record, and Williams tas roclected to his second fourar term He attended Little River Elementary and Miami Edison Hiyh, ,md graduated from the University of Miami law school in 13. Following service as a navigator %  id War II. Williams returned Miami and the private practice law until 1953. when he was ap %  ted assistant slate all, nicy. : •-,! to bench two years later by i \ LcRoj Collins, i tirrentlj president of the Civil Criminal Court ol Record i Assn., he has been presi1 1 of the Miami Junior Chamber Commerce, vice president of the lorida Stale Junior Chamber of ommerce, secretary of the Dade unity Bar Assn a member of te City of Miami Ions-term eapiil improvements committee, and ctor in the Miami Lions Club : the University of Miami AlumAsn. Vn active layman in the Episcot'liurch. Judge Williams rewith his uili' and three chilBt 9500 SW 60th ct. Judge William Meadows, Jr. ludge William A. Meadows, jr. announced the appointment ol m A Foosaner i.> head in< ir Court race in Dade county. saner, an attorney, has been in local civic affairs since M actuating lrom the University of mi in 1952. In accepting the appointment. im r stated that he was •"proud pleased to work for a man of Meadows' (me reputation proven interest in his commuMeadows' campaign is being ehil from Central Headquarters 666 SW 27th ave. Appointed to tne Circuit Court h by former Gov. LeRoy Colin 1960. the 42-year-old exMarine major and former Assistant Slate Attorney "has had wide experience as both defense counsel and prosecuting attorney in criminal cases an.l as trial counsel belore civil courts,'' according to his si pporters A graduate of the University oi M ami law school, .Indue Meadows imarried to the former Evelyn Carpenter, oi Jacksonville, and the father of two sons, Danny, 9 and Guy, 5, While at the UM, Meadows was an officer of Phi Delta Phi legal fraterrvty, and was named to Omicron Delta Kappa, leadership fraternity. He is a member of the Dade County Bar Assn., Florida Bar and American Bar Assns. He is also a member of the Moose' .lid in 1958 was recipient of the Lion's Club award for '•distinguished and unselfish service given to llu club while serving with outsi. inding leadership, vision and ability." Pasl president of the South Mam Lions Club, he is a member ot tin board of directors of the Dade Count) Lion's Eye Bank, past chairman ol the W"< -lev Foundation, and a Sunday school teacher at South Miami Methodist Church. James W. Hiqh .lameW. (Jimmy) High. 53, Miami insurance man and former Miami City Commissioner, has qualified as a candidate to represent the City of Miami on the Metro County Commission. A resident here since 1936. High lives with his wife, Helen, and son John. 15. at 842 SW 12th ave. A daughter, Ellen, is studying lor a Masters degree in chemistry at Clrmson College. Both a Navy and Marine Corps veteran. High studied business administration at the University of Florida and attended the University of Pennsylvania and La Salic Extension University in Chicago. In his platform, High promises lo find out why the elliciencv and economy that ipossible under the Metro charter has not been accomplished; stop waste of tax dollars for things people don't need and payment of tax dollars for things they don't get: eliminate, through cooperation with the Telephone Co. and the FCC. the 30 cent tell charge in portions of Dade county." mi-sioner of Florida Inland Navigation District. in announcing his candidacy, Goldberg said that this post, which has jurisdiction over the inland waterways from Jacksonville to the \ I v 1 I I I ''H.' of Dade county, yet has not cost the %  .,.. .1..;, i \-.' (lwn< r of the Ra> shore Club **<* %  tel at 11900 No. Bayshore dr.. 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Page 2-C *Jti accepted the chairmanship of the inaugural dinner committee for the Jewish Home for the i building fund, according I <> Baron d e Hirsch M e yer, chairman. The function will be held May 8 at %  The dinner will launch the effort to obtain SfiOO.000 from th( Gr< li comm Home from 105 to 225 be Is, M< • said. The Hume plans to add two new floors to its present structure, and build a new administration building. Honored at the dinner will be Mrs. Jack A. Ablin for the pioneering work she and her family carout in establishing and supporting the Home, according to Circuit Judge Irving Cypen. president. Serving on the building fund committee under Meyer are Mrs. Fay Ablin. Sidney Ansin. Col. Jacob Arvey. Stanley Beckermen, Louis Bresler. Shepard Broad. Jack Carner. Judge Irving Cypen. David Fleeman. A J. Harris. Sam Kane. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Stanley C Myers. David Phillips. Jack Popick. Sam Rost. Judge Harold Spaet. Carl Weinkle. and Julian Wienkle. MRS. ABLIN to expand the COL JACOB ARver GOLFERS LOWER YOUR SCORES! too can have new Crips im'allej— Clubs reshaped or reweighfed— WHILE YOU WAIT! ^/ood c'ubs refinished like new— All nicks removed, restored and name replaced. Also specials on golf shoes, bags, carts, balls, gadjets and accessories. Best selections "tvurrmnc rot T OOLUKGOFF'S lF nw ***** • • SERVKE 1423 Ponce de Leon Blvd. HI 3-2659 Coral Gables, Pie), Music Imcrs from the Palm Beaches to Key West will converge on Miami Beach Auditorium this summer for ten Sunday evening '"Pop" concertpresented.by the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra. Now in its 12th season, the Pop" concerts will feature nne guest conductors and a host of top solis Openinp concert June 10 will feature conductor Fabien Sevitzky, music director of the Universit) Of Miami Symphony Orchestra's regular series of winter concerts Guest artist for this program will be the well-known pian.st. Jesus Maria Sanroma. who will return for his eighth summertime "Pops" appearance. Howard Barlow, famed conductor of radio and television, including the highly-popular "Voice of Firestone Hour," mounts the podium for the season's second concert on June 17. The soloist will be Ruth Williams, meizosoprano, who has appeared in opera in Cleveland, Philadelphia and Miami. On June 24. Paul Taubman. the conductor who scored la in an Ail-Gershwin program, will return to the "Pop?" podium by popular demand. Taubman will three artists, tenor 1 Hutcherson. soprano Lucia Hawkins, and actor Avon Long, who will perform ,• rshv in"Porgj and Bess a Fiorato, conductor of the famed New York Cil Ballet Center Orchestra. al>o will return for .". •' urth succes jive n July 1 Featured soloist will be a leading tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company. Albert DaCosta, .•. favonte of Miami concert-On July 8. Ethel Stark, organizer and conductor of the Montreal Women's Symphony, the only complete all-woman Symphony Orchestra in the world, will make her third local appearance hi|> student ,t ie Eastman School of SfusT? "-cr>r-r, b* heei ., w ,, h the Boston Pops Orchestra, the K;.stman Philharmonic Orchestra and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Solo.st for FM dler'i Aug. 5 program will be anm inced at a later date. SHERATON HOTEL 8 CONFIRM BOTH THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFO needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go towards support of the Homo You may contribute, tab* a tav deduction or we will pay cash for same Remember we are NOT a profit-making org.miiation Wo aro helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others you aro helping yourself Manufacturers and |obbers—remember—wo can uso 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 Closed Saturdays IT'S DONE VIP SHERYimS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMl'l TI.lt! Just call PLaze 10961. SHERATON HOTELS frO hotel* m 42 cities ccast to CO* USA, m Hawaii, m Canada and c-.< *e WKAT-FM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM •CgjBf* YOU GET MORE CALLS • WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWER W> can answer your phone in your own n — e than $5 per week for a full time Telephone Serretaiv ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721



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m 9 m Police Continue Search JeVimsll FlOrxdian Fcr g ue t0 Dynamite :.ami. Florida, Friday, May 4, 1962 : lagler-Granacla lEIects Officers \iw officers, elected Apr. 12. at agler-Granada Jewish Center are: Hyman Coverman. president; rman Elbrand, vice president. •rnurd Shenkman, treasurer; Mrs latthew Cohen, recording secre>; Mrs. Harold Strumpf. conesnding secretary'; Mrs. Hyman verman, financial secretary; Jrs. Irving Verdon, president of '•.rrhood. Board memners arc llarol' R'" • :. Nathan Braverman. Morns rody, Louis Bush. Jerome Cohen. lorris Fisher, Mrs. Selma Green, amuel Goldstein. Samuel Kessler. iuaham Mahler. Paul Marks, • ;alph Michael. Kdward V'oor", .Irs. Edward Peyser, Morris B., 'udnos, Joseph Press. Mrs. Albert .eisman, Harold Strumpf. Samuel ullander, and Tom Fritsch. Special board members are NathAdelman, Solomon Issenberg. iod Ere Rubinstein. North Shore BB Installation Set North Shore Lodge. R'na. B'nth, will hold its annual installation i anquet on Sunday, May 13. 6:30 [ m., at the Algiers hotel. New officers for the coming year ,!e Seymour Tyson, president; David Fenton, Max Kriloff. Morris Roth and Alfred Rov en. vice Dres| dents; Abe J. Tunick. treasurer; .lack Bernstein, recording secree and renovated it. More recently. Anshe Ernes received a formal face-lifting, when i new facade was erected on the wilding. Although congregation authorities concede that there had been some grumbling by neighbors r.d si mi rezoning difficulties, "we have never had any trouble since. A iare quiet, and mind our own msiness." Anshe Ernes Congregation is a aymen-led synagogue, anil has no .urinal spiritual leader. RevHz Takes Third Term Mayor Kenneth Oka, oi Miami Beach, signs a proclamation declaring May 1 to June 15 as the official period of the "1962 Zionist New Membership Drive." while Josh Rephun, president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, looks on. Greater Miami Districts of the ZOA are offering as a first prize in the drive a free trip to Israel. Herman Weintraub and Al Lefkowitz will be chairmen of the drive for the Miami Beach District. Other district membership chairmen are Bernard Katz, Brandeis District of Miami Beach; Charles Freedfield, Miami-Gables District; Isaac Donen, North Dade District; Paul Raymond, the YafLs; and Jacob Harrison. Broward Zionist District. "Get to Know Us' Sparks Hebrew Acad. Open House Youth Groups At Beth Israel Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. sp.ri.1 leader of Beth Israel Congregation, has announced that a chapter of the National Conference of •vna"iH'M(. Youth %  ,f ''l' "'"' the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America, has been formed teen-agers of the congregatOfficers elected at a meeting in the home of Alexander Moskovitz Sandra Lipinan, president; Mmlom Streicher. vice president: icy Saltz. recording secretary; Melvin Lerner, corresponding secretary; and Randy Goodman, treasurer. .Morton Mayberg is the chapter's adult advisor. Plans are now being made fof c i legates from the group to attend the Southern regional convention to be held in Atlanta on May 4 i-nd 5. An "Open House Month" with the theme. "Get to Know Us," has been scheduled by the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami start ing Tuesday. May 1. in conjunction w.th the 14th anniversary of the State of Israel and the 1962453 opening and registration of the newly-constructed school at 24th st. and Pine Tree dr., according to Louis Merwitzer. president of the school. The one-million dollar structure will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. throughout May. for visitors to tour and inspect the school. Official registration for the coming school year begins May 1. Samuel Reinhard. chairman of admissions said, and enrollment is expected to jump about 100 students. Presently. 320 youngsters attend the Hebrew Academy. The new \c-i'l""iv n1| to offer more grades, better transportation si i vice for students, and a complete background class for new students For the first time. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross announced, the Academy will have a nursery for pre schoolers, with a morning and afternoon session every day. Also junior high students who have had no formal Hebrew education will have a class in H-brew background studies for half day and regular English studies every afiernoon. The September semester will also have complete transportation provided for students living in Miami Beach, Miami, So. Miami, W. Miami and No. Miami Beach. A fleet of seven busses will handle the task. When the month-long open house and registration begin May 1, it will be the first chance most local residents will have of seeing the new school which was dedicated in March. The first move is expected to take place during that time, v ith complete transition finished at the beginning ot the September emcsler. Notables Join Cardiac Group Leo Robinson, president of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital, has announced formation of a | sponsors' committee. "The committee," declared Rob%  inson, "includes recognized author• ities in many fields, and their In' terest in the work this hospital is doing is bound to aid us immeasurably." Among those accepting appointment to the sponsors' committee have been Miss Faith Baldwin, authoress, of Conn.: Mavor Koberi F Wagner, New York City; Mrs. William Randolph Hearst, jr., of New York; Gov. John A. Volpe, of '.Mass.; Gov. Bert T. .Combs, ot Ky.; Sen. B. L. Bartlett. of Alas.; Dr. Rene J. Dubos. of the Rocke; feller Institute for Medical Re1 search, N.Y.; Sen. Edward V. Long, Mo.; Sen. Warren G. Magnuson, Wash.; Congressman Robert N. F. 1 Sikes, of Crestview. Fla.; Congress. man Wm. C. Cramer, of St. Petersburg. Fla.; Sen. Spessard L. Hol| land, of Fla.; Sen. Homer E. CapeI hart, of Ind.; Sen. Estes Kefauver, of Tenn.; Jack Benny; Sen. Ralph W. Yarborough, of Tex.; Sen. Milton R. Young, of N. D., and Rabbi living Lehrman, of Temple EmanuEl, Miami Beach. According to Robinson, construction work on the hospital's new buildings in the Metropolitan Medical Center is proceeding "on schedule," with completion anticipated for early fall. Tempi' 1 Menorah inst-illed officers, directors and advisors for 18*32-63 during last Friday evening services conducted by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Officers installed were Maurice Revitz, serving his third successive term as president; Leonaid Solomon, vice president; Louis DeCoveny, treasurer; Jack Burstein, secretary; Louis Reinstem, financial secretary; Joseph Denmark, assistant financial secretary; Max Krauss, honorary president; Morris Black, Sam Fuchs, Sam Goldstein and Abe Selecoff, honorary vice presidents. Elected to the board of directors are Robert Bloch, Michael Bronsiein. Himen Fenster, Sol Frankel, Sidney King, Jack Korenblit. Leonard Rosen. Harry Rosenfeld. Irving Schulman, Al Sherman. Sam Shiftman, Herman Solomon, Saul Strachman and Maurice Weil. Servi ing for'a second year on the Board 1 are Ben Alter. Elsie Belsky, Mor;j C. Berger, Nate Glickman. Al Granoff. Emanuel Lebowitz, Oscar Lelchuk. Sam Malow. Jacob Matz, Charles Sommer and Jerry Suss; man. Also on the board are past presidents Al Mechlowitz and Aaron Goldman Schworfzman fo be Speaker Louis Schwartzman will be guest speaker at Friday evening services of Temple Adath Yeshurun this week. Schwartzman is executm director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. He will discuss ••Education of Our Youth." Miami Airman Arrives in France Capt. Melvin L. Mendelsohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mendel| sunn, 2328 SW 21st Ter.. Miami, has arrived at Chateauroux Air Station, | France, for duty with an Air Force Logistics Command unit. Capt Mendelsohn, a pilot, is assigned to the 7120th Support Squadron. He was previously assigned to McGuire AFB. N.J. A graduate of Miami Beach High School, he attended the University of Florida. A member of the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, the captain entered trie service in April. 1954 His wife is the former Vicky A. Bice, of England. Roth at Emanu-ll Burnett Roth will be guest speak .r at the Youth Breakfast of Temple Emanu-Kl on Sunday morning Roth, cha.rman of the Florida board ot the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will discuss "Radical Right — A Challenge to Human Relations." "Sura" is the name that charter members of the Hebrew Academy Junior High Department have selected for their new chapter off the National Honor Society. An anciant citv in Babylonia, Sura was known for beinq the center of one of the greatest academies of Jewish learninq. The seven charter members were inducted at a ceremony conducted by Donald Swartz, assistant piincipal of the English Department. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, delivered the charter to the group. Shown (left to right) are Academy students. Mi-hcel GewilT, living Jaccby, Miriam Weiss, Robert Galbut. Aaron Friedman, William Leff. Carol Estarman and Donald Swartz. assistant principal, Hebrew Academy; and Mesivta students, Ivan Esterman. 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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 35 — Number 18 Miami. Florida, Friday, May 4, 1962 Three Sections — Price 20* Ben Bella Brands Cairo Report 'Falsehood' Rabbinical Unit Questions Need Of Ts Today NEW YORK — (JTA) — The \ Jewish Center, "which did yeomen service decades ago in helping to Americanize and integrate Jewish immigrants, has outlived its use-' fulness s it stands and must either change its approach or £".ve way' to the synagogue." This >s the claim made by the R&bbinical Assembly of America, central body of Conservative rabbis, in its organ, "Conservative Judaism." The claim was developed from tlit results of symposium on the relationships between the synagogue and the Center in the current issue of the quarterly periodical, \ published this week. The Assembly argued that "as a "Jewish" but non-religious institution, the Center tends to 'ghettoize' Jewish ch.Tdren and adults for non-Jewish activities." Or. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological SemiCent inued on Page 2-A U.S. Jewry May Lose Generation, Greenberg Says KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y-(JTA) — A national Jewish religious leader warned here that the American Jewish community was faced with the threat of the possible loss to Judiasm of a whole generation because of failure to meet a growing need for adequately trained Jewish spiritual and cultural leaders. The warning was sounded by Dr Simon Greenberg, vice chancellor f the Jewish Theological Seminary Ol America. Dr. Greenberg delivered the keynote address at the opening session of the 33rd annual national convention of the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs meeting here at the Concord hotel More than 1,000 delegates lrom the United States. Canada and Puerto Continued on Page 12-A PARIS—(JTA)—Mohammed Ben Bella. Vice Premier of the Al-j gerian Provisional Government, denied vehemently, in an interview at I Tunis on Sunday, that he had stated that independent Algeria would provide lOO.OOOsoldiers to help the Arab people "liberate" Palestine j lrom Israel rule. Mr. Ben Bella was quoted to that effect nearly three weeks ago [ after he visited Cairo. The Information Minister of the Algerian Pro-! visional Government has already denied that Ben Bella could have made such a statement. Now Ben Bella himself, in an interview at! the Tunis temporary headquarters of the Provisional Government, | pinned down the statement as a falsehood. Referring to the Cairo report of his alleged anti-Israeli statement, he said: "I never made the remarks that were attributed to me. I never gave the alleged interview. I want this made clear." The Vice Premier added that the Arabs in Algeria regard the Jews as "compatriots who can find their place in the Algerian fatherland.'" Soviets Admit Jews Were Chief Victims of the Nazis LONDON—(JTA)—The Soviet Union's Parliament recognized for 'he first time in many years this week that Jews were the main vie lims of Nazi mass murders both inside Russia and in other countries during World War II. During a period going back tq the anti-Jewish purges of Stalin In I 1948 and which lasted through the I post-Stalin era, including the more I ircent years under Khrushchev.' I he Soviet Communist party banned reference to Jews as among the victims of the Nazi wartime per-! iod. At the closing session of the i Supreme Soviet this week, Jews were mentioned explicitly among the victims in an address to meriV I bers of the Parliament. POET 'EXPLAINS' Aleksander Y. Korneichok, a Ukrainian playwright, member of the Supreme Soviet, and a key leader of the so-called World Peace Council, was chosen by the Communist leadership to bring up the matter of Jewish martyrdom, apparently in response to protests abroad against Russia's Continued on Page 9-A LONDON — (JTA) — Yevgeny Yevtushenko. the young Soviet poet who attracted worldwide attention for his poem, Babi Yar, told a press conference here that the meaning of the poem has been misunderstood in the West, which had hailed it as a denunciation of continuing anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. He came here Friday for a two-week visit under the Anglo Soviet cultural exchange pact. "I wanted to show that anti-Semitism has no relationship to the spirit of the Russian people," he said. Charge Industrialist in U.S. With Aid to Anti-Semites DP. SIMON GREENBERG NEW YORK — (JTA 1 — Fulton Lewis. Jr., nationally syndicated columnist, charged this week that; Nicolae Malaxa, former Rumanian living "in palatial elegance" in this City, has been implicated in the 'ieath of 100.000 Rumanian Jews airing World War II. Declaring that efforts to deport him to Rumania have been unavailing. Mr. Lewis stated: "There is no explanation why Malaxa is still here Nor is there an excuse." According to the columnist, Malaxa, an industrialist in Bucharest, "financed the infamous Iron Guard of Rumania, which massacred, tortured, imprisoned and hanged hundreds of thousands of Jews in the early days of 1941." Later, during the war, Lewis alii es Malaxa. "hooked up" With Mbert Goenng. brother of Marshal Coering. Hitler's No. 2 man. and helped supply Hitler's army with some of the metallurgical products so badly needed during the war." Lewis asserted that Malaxa came Minister Denies Algeria Pledged to Fight Israel PRRIS — (JTA) — The Provis; ional Government of Algeria denied this week that it planned to play a militant role against Israel. A member of the Government expressed "doubt" about a statement attributed to Vice Premier Mohammed Ben Bella who was quoted as saying that independent Algeria! would contribute 100,000 soldiers to the Arab battle against Israel. Mr. Ben Bella was quoted two weeks ago by the Mideast News Agency, of Cairo, as having made such a statement while in Cairo But Mohammed Yazid. Minister of Information in the Algerian Provisional Government, said in Tunis that the Vice Premier had not been quoted correctly. Mr. Yazid told newsmen at Tunis that a "certain press" was conducting a campaign to "create a myth of division in our ranks." Castigating such efforts, without naming the semi-official Cairo Continued on Page 10-A DELEGATION VISITS Kennedy Hosts Jewish Leaders WASHINGTON — (JTA' — President John F. Kennedy conferred Monday for more than a half-hour with a delegation of American Jewish Committee leaders on a number of important current issues. Chief among the problems was the concerted Arab League discrimination aginst American citizens and the general invasion of American rights by Arab League countries. The delegation, headed by Gov Herbert H. Lehman, honorary vice president of the American Jewish Committee, included Jacob BlauContinued on Page 2-A UNDER POPE JOHN IN OCTOBER Catholic Council Will Examine End to 'God-Killer Stigma to the United Slates in 1946 to rep resent the Communist Ruman.an Government, and has remained here since. The United States Immigration Service, which has hc>l deportation hearings against Malaxa. "has been stymied in its efforts to send him back to Rumania." according to Lewis ROME — (JTA) — The Ecumenic.l Council, to be convened here by Pope John XXIII next October, will probably discuss ways of re-1 moving from the Jews the stigma | of "slayers of God," Augustin Car-1 dinal Bea told representatives ol i the press here this week. Cardinal | Bea was the confessor of the late j Pope Pius XII. and is now presi-: dent of the Vatican's Secretariat for the Union of Christians, planning the agenda for the Ecumenical I Council. The Catholic Church, said the! Cardinal, recognies that a principal reason for anti-Semitic persecutions through the ages has been the fact that the Jewish people were blamed by Christians for the cruel-' fixion of Jesus. It is high time for this stigma to be removed, the Cardinal said. Under Pope John XXIII, various steps toward reduction of anti-Semitism have already been taken. Two years ago, the Pope revised the Easter ritual so as to eliminate references to "perfidious Jews" allegedly responsible for the killing of the Christ. Vatican sources indicated that some Jewish suggestions for the Ecumenical Council have been received. Jewish organiations are especially interested in having the Council condemn antiSemitism and modify the emphasis in the Catechism on Jews as "God killers." In New York, the America. Jewish Committee commended Cardinal Bea's statement, calling it "a highly significant advance, a major Continued on Page 6 A ON BRIEF VISIT TO HUSBANDS CEIL IN ISRAEL % Auf Wiedersehen'-Vera Eichmann TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Vera Eichmann left Israel Monday alter visit-' lug her husband Adolf Eichmann, v, ho is in Ramleh prison awaiting the outcome of an appeal from his death sentence for the murder of P.000.000 Jews in Europe during the Second World War. Mrs Eichmann, who arrived, here incognito Monday night from ; Zurich, was immediately taken to Ramleh prison where she met with her husband and spoke with him through a glass partition via earphones for 90 minutes. She met with him again towards midnight for 15 minutes, bidding him "aulwiedersehn" as she left Preparations for Mrs. Eichmann's visit had been conducted with Utmost secrecy and although it was known here that she was due to arrive, the first news of the visit was made known only after her departure this morning. All formalities in connection with the visit, including the issuance Of the visa and customs procedures were apparently handled outside routine channels by the Israeli Security Services. Mrs. Eichmann arrived at Lydda Airport under her maiden name, Vera Loebel, and she was accompanied by Else Gruder, secretary to Dr. Robert Servafius, Eichmann's defense attorney. Continued on Page 3 A