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

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"Jewish Floridian
Volume35 Number 20
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, May 18, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
France Vows to Guard Rights of Algeria Jews
PROTESTS ACCUSATIONS HERE
Soviet Embassy Letter
In Sharp Denial That
Jews are Persecuted
Europe Power
Recruits Spy
TEL AVIV (JTA) A Europ-:
cm Govtmmcnt, believed to be a
Communist power, has been forcing
recent in migrants to Israel to con-
duct e.-P-onage activities by threat
ening t< punish their relatives, still
living ir. Europe, it was reported
here thif week by Bamahne. the of-
ficial publication of the Israel Arm-
ed Force The espionage informa-
tion wai believed to have been for-
warded :o Egyptian intelligence
agents, (he newspaper indicated.
The espionage network was un-
covered when one of the immigrant
agents, a Government engineer
who is I reserve Israel Air Force
olficer. confessed to security of-
ficers that he had been forced to
sign a p'.edge to spy in Israel be-
fore he left his country of origin.
He said he had lost his job four
days after applying for immigra-
tion visa to Israel, and that he was
summoned by Government off.cials
who tolr him that they would allow
Continued n Page 3-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Soviet Embassy here released the
text of a letter purportedly signed
hy "five prominent Soviet Jews.">
denying charges of Kremlin-inspir-
ed mistreatment of Russian Jew-
ry The letter, written to the Russ-
ian Novosti press agency, said the
five were acting because they
"have read with indignation the
allegations in the Western press
about an anti-Semitic campaign in,
the USSR."
The Embassy stated it was is-
suing the letter specifically in re-
sponse to charges of Russian anti-
Semitism made recently by U.S.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits. However,
the same charges have been made
widely and reported in the West-
ern press by many other promi-
nent Americans.
"We declare before all the world:
The Soviet Jews need no 'protec-
tors' or 'patrons'." the letter stat-
ed, adding: "An objective observer
cannot but admit that there is no
Jewish problem in the Soviet
; Union." Asserting that Soviet citi-
zens of Jewish nationality consti-
tute a part of the entire Soviet peo-
ple, and that Soviet Jews' "private
and public interests coincide with
the interests of all the Soviet peo-
ple." the letter alleged that "the
Continued on Pa$j 9-A
French Ambassador Herve Alphand (left) discusses the prob-
lems of Algerian Jewry with B'nai B'rith president. Label A.
Katz, and Maurice Bisgyer, executive vice president.
B'nai B'rith Calls on U.S.
To Ratify Genocide Pact
WASHINGTON(JTA)Resoutions calling on the Administration
to press for ratification by the United States Senate cf the International
Genocide Convention, and asking the West German Government to
I "make full compensation" to B'nai B'rith for the "full amount of 4.000.-
000 Deutschemarks (SI.250.000) still due and owing." were adopted
i there by the triennial convention of
SECRETARY Of LABOR GOLDBERG SPEAKS
Both Germanys are Criticized
For Showing Nazis Tolerance
B'nai B'rith.
Pointing out that "over 60 coun-
tries of the world have already rat-
ified and subscribed to the Geno-
tions like B'nai B'rith serving
charitable purposes."
In other resolutions: The United
Nations Commission on Human
Ambassador
Assures BB
Convention
By Special Report
WASHINGTONFrench Ambass-
ador Herve Alphand told the B'nai
B'rith International Council here
that it was his government's con-
cern to protect the rights of Alger-
ian Jews.
M Alphand said that .n the re-
cent Evian negotiations with the
FLN (Algerian independence move-
ment). "France insisted on the
necessity for human rights to be
guaranteedand particularly those
ot the Jewish community of Algeria
as strictly as for any other
Frenchman or European."
He addressed a Council banquet
I that preceded the opening of B'nai
B'rith's triennial convention.
An audience that included Am-
bassadors and diplomatic repre-
sentatives from 17 embassies here
applauded M. Alphancfs state-
1 ment that "France has done all
j that was in her power to protect
I the rights and liberty of the Jew-
ish population of Algeria."
He said "it is imperative for us
1 (France) to crush, once and for all.
the subversive organization which,
under the pretext of defending
French Algeria is running the risk
of making it impossible for French-
men to remain on Algerian soil."
The Ambassador restated the
terms of the Evian agreement
Continued on Page 12-A
Hail HIU .--uvw .*. ----- i\Ulit/ll3 vwiiimi i .. -----------
cide Convention," the resolution on j)lghts was commended for adopt-
that subject said that U.S. failure big at its 1962 session a resolution
,o do so "adversely affects Amer- calling upon all Governments to
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) A
n solution condemning both West
Germany and East Germany for
"failure to root out the remnants
of Nazism." was adopted here at
the concluding session ol the 62nd
annual convention of the Work-
men's Circle, national Jewish frat
JACOB ZUCKIHMAN
. .. elected president
eiiv.il and cultural organization.
While condemning both Ger-
manys, however, the resolution
pointed out that, in Communist East
Germany, there has been no de-
nazification program, and that "for-1
mer II.tier lieutenants" hold high'
office in Bast Germany where
"Communist authorities have no!
trouble m reaching accommodation"
with the ex-Nazis.
The Workmen's Circle was laud-
ed by Benjamin Stickney, an of-
ficial of the United States Infor-
mation Agency, who presented a
"distinguished service" award to
the organization for its participa-
tion in the USIA program of fur-
nishing books to underdeveloped
countries. More than 1,000,000
American books have been sent
by the USIA to African and Asian
countries as a result of a special
drive conducted by the Work-
men's Circle throughout the Unit-
ed States.
Secretary of Labor Arthur J
Goldberg, speaking at the canvas*
Continued on Page 10-A
ic^'s moral leadership in the dem-
ocratic world."
In its request for German resti-
tution payments, the resolution
approved by the 1,200 delegates
pointed oct that half of the
amount originally agreed upon,
totaling 10,000,000 Deutsche-
marks, has been paid, but that
the balancedue to be paid by
March 31, 1962is not past due.
The resolution said thst, if nec-
essary, the German Government
i should "amend the Federal Res-
titution Law to require payment
in full to all non-profit organiia-
form national advisory committees
en human rights to assist in com-
bating "various forms of bigotry
and discrimination based upon such
grounds as religion, race, or na-
tional origin."
The United States was called
upon to demonstrate "its moral
leadership in the struggle against
discrimination in general, by ac-
ceding to the UNESCO convention
which bans any form of religious,
racial or ethnic discrimination."
All governments were urged "to
recognise the principle that state-
Continued on Pane 4-A
Ike Praises
Judaism Council
CHICAGO (JTA) Former
President Eisenhower praised th.e
work of the American Council tor
Judaism "in furthering understand-
: ing of traditional Amer.can prin-
ciples."
The former President was one ot
a group of public figures extending
meetings to the 18th annual confer-
ence of the anti-Zionist group.
Vice President Lyndon B. John-
son expressed the hope, in a mess-

Continued on Pane 2-A
MILITARY WIGHT PARADES IN REVIEW
Israel Power at Independence Rally
TEL WIV-lJTAlA half-million rain snaked viewers, indud ng
'OIK) cheering tourists, watched Israels annual Independence Day
Parade here The first downpour ever to hit the parade forced cancella-
tion of part of a scheduled Air Force fly-past which was to have taken
place before the first units of the ground parade began their march.
The Air Force substituted a
flight of jets forming the number Minister David Ben ('.mum. Chiet
"14" and two helicopters display- ,, staff Zvi Tzur and President
in). Israel's national flag for the Lcon M'ha. of Gabon, and Moshe
parade viewers. Sharett, chairman of the Jewish
President Itzhak Bcn-Zwi. Prime Agency executive, were among the
dignitaries on the reviewing stai
k the salute ol the pass
units. The viewers, many of them
i:i light summer clothes, were
ciked quickl] when the rain came
! riting down, but a few left their
viewing spots.
Twenty-nine heavy Centurion
tanks rumbled down the parade
lane, followed by light and med-
Continued on Page 7-A


Pooe 10-A
Page 2-A
+Jewlst> fkrilfir
Friday. May 18, 136?
JNF to Hold
Award Night
Iewish National Fund Council of
ater Miami will held its annual
: I .. v Wednesday evt -
he Voltaire room of the F"n
rbleau hotel
Leon J Ell. president of the
I ncil. ;aid that auarch will be
presented to leaders and workers
wno have distinguished themsi -
during the past \ear by their out-
standing effort ar.d achievement in
behalf of Jei>h National Fund "
Dr I: Lehrn an. chairman of
tht JNF F"undation. sa.d that SJX
rea -"ition will he given to
I in lers and B I K:r>..-
M< Am;, toe I establ
Greater Miami -n Israel.
Esser ; .-. presidei i :
Temple Judi. Gable.-, uil!
: from the works of Sholom
;.l selection? will
he presenl Rose -tein
Terrorist to Stand Trial Here June
Dt.f, .. evsfor a trio of Miami men :harged
in terroristic activitj here changed their tactics M Fred
Davant and Walter Gwinn urged Criminal Cour Ju Williams
to qua.-h indictments against their clients or. insufficient
evidence ar.d improper wording by the Dade County State Attorney
them. ;-------------
RABflf DAVtD SNAPflH)
Rabbi Shapiro to Head Rabbinical Assn.;
is Spiritual Leader of Hollywood Temple
bi David Shapiro, spiritual
I Sii : Holly-
1 re.-ident
ol the Miami Rabbinical
A n
Other officers electi meet
inf. here are Rabbi Solomon Sell
Beth Ei Congregation, vice pn
dent: Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Beth
Torah. secretary; and Rabbi Mor-
ns Graff Temple Israel, treasurer.
Outgoing president is Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky, spiritual leader of
the Israelite Center, who was com-
mended 'for the outstanding lead-
:tered during his term
tice."
Other outgoing officers art
Cabbi David Shapiro, vice presi-
dent; Rabbi Schift. secretary;
ar.d Rabbi Herbert Baomgard
Temple Beth Am of So. Miami,
Ike Praises
Judaism Council
Continued from Page 1-A
age, that the group's work would
be for "the betterment of our na-
tion as a whole."
At the >ame time, the American
7..' ust Council issued a [act sneel
i ng that the American Council
tor Judai:>m had been "repudiated
b> all three branches of America:
' aism," contrary to the group-
contention that it was 'represen-
i.we of a valid interpretation of
J JblH
The AZC reminder cited Official
-" ements 'ppo-mg the policies of
the Council for Judaism i>-ued by
tht Ortbodi x Rabbinical Council ot
America, the Conservative Rabbini-
cal Assembly, and the Central Con
ference ol American Rabbi.-. Re-
treasurer. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, of Temple Zion, retains his
post as executive vice president
of the organization.
The new president is a graduate
of New York L'niversftj and Yeshi-
vith Yavne of New York, and was
admitted to the New York State
bar in 1933 In 1933. he was ordain-
ed at the Yeshivath Yavne Theo-
logical Seminary.
For s.x years, from 1939 to 1945.
Rcbbi Shapiro served a- spiritual
leader of Green Bay. Wise. In
1!'45. he assumed the post of di-
rector of the American Jewish Con-
ress in Chicago and the midwest.
He is a past pre.-ident of the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference, represent-
ing the n:; west United Jewish
Appeal chairman of Wisconsin and
upper Michigan. 1948-51; and has
I. ctured before service clubs, busi-
. ss and professional group.-. UJA,
Z nisi Organization affiliate-, and
B'nth
In March. 1959. Rabbi Shapiro re-
ceived a life contract a? Temple
Sinai spiritual leader, after being
with the congregation for seven
years
The Greater Miami Rabbinical
'>--i. includes 40 local spiritual
ers of the Orthodox. Conserva-
and Reform branche- of Ju-
.-:
*ponpo Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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that they would not be able to
receive a fair trial in Dade coun-
ty. Judge Williams had indicat-
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last Friday.
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lute for the 101-
bit, and seemed effective
until Wednesday, when Gerstein's
([flee was to refile the chai
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Michael Schlazer. Miami artist.
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Friday. May 18, 1962
+Jfwisti mkridian
Page 3-A
U.S. Insurance Firms Invest in Israel Housing
NEW YORK(JTAiTwo major United States life insurance com- mobilization of commercial capi-
panics have invested $4 500.000 in a new. $10,000,000 project for the tcl for immigrant hous.ng in Is
construction o! 2.000 new housing units in Israel, it was announced here '
this week.
The two firms, the Massachu-i
setts Mutual Life Insurance Com-! time for American insurance com-i
pany and the New England Mutual, panics to provide funds for immi-J
Lite Insurance Company, provided grant housing in Israel through |
American-based corporations.
SAMUH COHEN
the funds to American Associates,
newly formed corporation of which
Jack D. Weiler is chairman, on 15-
yt ar notes, guaranteed by the Jew- i
ish Agency for Israel, which will j
lease the units to be constructed.
Additionally. American Associ-
ates will provide $1,000,000 of its
own capital, and will have $4.5 mil-
lion proceeds of subordinated cap-
i .lal participation by an agency of
j the Israel Government. The guar-
! antees make it possible for the first
Associated with Mr. Weiler in
American Associates are Irwin S.
Chanin. Laurence Tisch, Louis
(ilickman, Lawrence Schacht.
Charles B. Benenson, Aaron Chile
w.ch, Ira Guilden. Samuel Lem-
berj., and Solomon N. Petcher-*.
Nt liotiations for formation of
American Associates and for the
in-urancc company loans were
conducted by Gottlieb Hammer,
(xecutive vice chairman of the
Jewish Agency for Israel and Mau-
rice M. Boukstein, counsel for the
Jewish Agency.
1 t
Samuel Cohen to Leave Federation Staff;
Will Assume Top Post in Springfield
(ire of Greater Miami's best-
r.own social welfare executive- has
epted an appointment as execu-
live director of the Springfield
Jewish Community Council in
Massachusetts.
Samuel Cohen, who has served
lor the past six years as assistant
director and head of the commun-
ilj planning and budget division of
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
n will take over Ins new post
:r. July.
The announcement was made
by A. J. Harris, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and Phillip E. Saks, presi-
dent of he Springfield Council,
v ho said the appointment was
recommended by a special com-
mittee of past presidents of the
Council.
re well party en will
b held at 4:30 p.m.. Sunday. May
.it the Jewish Home for the
Harris said the Federation's
executive committee accepted Coh-
. resignation with deep regret
ond sincere appreciation of the job
h( |... done m Miami. His work
has been ol a superior caliber, and
the community has benefitted from
his conscientious attention to every
endeavor of which he has been
part."
Cohen received his post-grad-
uate social work training at Ohio
State University's School of Soc-
ial Administration, famed for its
curriculum in community chest
end council administration. He
is a member of the National Con-
ference for Jewish Communal
Service, and the Academy of Cer-
tified Social Workers.
Prior to his Miami service. Coh-
en was ;. number of the campaign
and planning staff of the Detroit
Jewish Welfare Federation for five
j i ars.
In Springfield. Cohen will assume
direction of a council which was
i founded mine than 2b years -
The $10,000,000 which American
Associates will provide will fi-
nance construction of 2,026 hous-
ing units, accommodating about
10,000 persons. American Associ-
ates will buy these units from
the Israel Housing Authority and
lease them to the Jewish Agency
for Israel, Inc., for distribution
to new immigrants. The units
will be in the two newly develop-
ed towns of Ashdod and Askelon,
on the Mediterranean.
Dewey D. Stone, chairman of the
Jewish Agency for Israel, noted
that the project pioneered a meth.
od of obtaining loans in the United
Siatcs to finance immigrant hous-
ing against rent guarantees to be ,
extended on behalf of the new'
immigrants by the Jewish Agency
out of its share in the nationwide
United Jewish Appeal.
Mr. Weiler reported that "this
new way of putting part of our
housing budgets on a rental basis
will make it possible to substan-
tially increase the number of nous-
ing units available for new immi-
grants in the current fiscal year.'
He indicated that the establish-
ment of American Associates
paved the way for an increased
Pi Lambda Phi Meeting
Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Assn. was
10 have a dinner meeting at 7 p.m.
Thursday in the Sorrento restau-
rant.
George Orr. assistant state at-
torney, was to speak on aspects "1
the "Tropic of Cancer" trial.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
SRO Sign Up Only for Jewish
Patrons at Miami Opera Balls
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
1 enclose a letter sent to Dr. Ar-
turo di Filippi. director of the
Greater Miami Opera Guild. I be-'
Lieve it is to the general interest!
of the community that they share
the contents of the letter with Dr. di
Filippi. himself:
Opera Guild of Greater Miami
625 SW 29ih Road
Miami 36, Florida
Attn: Dr. Arturo di Filippi
Gentlemen:
Received two notices asking that
1 renew my annual patron member-
, 'hip to the Opera Guild of Greater
Miami.
Jewish residents of Greater
Miami; and they constitute
large proprotion of your audience.
Without the Jewish patronage, I
doubt whether you could carry on
successfully.
This is not my first protest. On
December 26. 1958. my article in
The Jewish Floridian called atten-
tion to the flagrant disregard of
Jewish sensibilities. The Anti-De-
famation League has had a confer-
ence with the Opera Ball sponsors
and made quite clear the Jewish
objection to holding affairs at the
Surf Club.
My personal protest is to boycott
your productions. 1 will be content
with listening to the Metropolitan
Opera broadcasts on Saturday af-
ternoons during the winter season.
HARRY SIMONHOFF
Miami Beach
I enjoy your operas and believe
you deserve great credit for the
productions you stage. But I will
not renew my membership. My
reason is that you persist in hold----------------------
irii' your annual balls at the Surf
club, a society of religious bigots islanders Chapter Luncheon
which discriminate- against Jewish
\ isitors.
To held your social affairs in
that atmosphere of prejudice and
segregation is an insult to the
Ri liar luncheon meeting of the
[.-landers chapter of women's
American ORT was held Tuesday
noon Seville hotel.
European Power
Spies in Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
his departure only on condition
that he supply security information
from Israel. They told him also
that his parents would be held as
hostages.
The newspaper saio that the man
supplied information, such as de-
tails of air bases and troop move-
ments, to a courier who had diplo-
matic status in Israel. The man,
the paper said, realized that the
information would be of little in-
terest to a European power and
must have been intended lor the
intelligence serv.ee- of Arab coun-
tries.
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Volume 35 Number 20
Friday, May 18, 1962
14 Iyar 5722
A Significant Development
The latest Federation-Jewish Home ior the
Aged developments augur well for Greater
Miami Jewry. Most important, the Home will
significantly boost its bed capacity. This has
been sorely needed for many years.
But the current Home development fund
campaign goes far beyond such considerations,
however centrally important they may be.
The May 8 meeting, during which local
community leaders demonstrated their under-
standing of Greater Miami Jewry's needs in
the field of serving the aged, by a generous
outpouring of S500.000, indicates Miami's un-
derlying vitality as a philanthropic force.
With the needs simply demonstrated and
simply explained, the response was swift and
telling. Of particular significance is the fact
that the capital drive is under the aegis of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which un-
derscores the centrality of Jewish communal
planning and fund-raising effort.
Federation, through a major affiliate or-
ganization, the Jewish Home for the Aged, is
moving to establish much-needed facilities for
the Jewish community here.
B'nair B'rith Considerations
As reports indicate, the B'nai B'rith con-
vention in Washington was an exciting one.
Ambassador Alphand's vow of French guar-
antees for the rights of the Algerian Jewish
community reaffirms his government's position
on this issue several months ago.
What the guarantees can do in the mat-
ter of easing the burden the Jews bear in the
Algerian rebel war for independence is an-
other matter.
The resolutions emerging from the delib-
erations at the convention are similarly
thought-provoking. But we must question the
report of the Department of Adult Jewish Edu-
cation of B'nai B'rith, which characterizes the
American Jew as "a new breed" and as "na-
tive-born, often a third or fourth generation
American, college-educated, and at ease in his
American environment..."
For these reasons, according to B'nai B'rith,
Jewish education "in search of answers to the
intellectual and spiritual problems of our day"
is "outmoded" if it thinks in terms of "an auto-
matic transmission of the total Jewish heritage."
* ft
The Socichgic Approach to Judaism
It is the indisputable right of B'nai B'rith's
Department of Adult Jewish Education to de-
emphasize "growing parochialism" in the
American Jewish community today. Whatever
the value of the decision, it is one made in
terms of the organization's view of adult Jewry
on the contemporary American scene.
Nor can one quibble with the Tightness or
wrongness of the Department's decision "not
to hard sell any particular brand of Judaism."
We can appreciate the need for a universal
approach to adult Jewish education within the
B'nai B'rith context.
Sadly, agreement must end here, because
all other considerations in the B'nai B'rith de-
cision reach beyond the specific purview of
the Department's program for adult education
to make sweeping statements that are not only
inaccurate but superficial, as well.
This is particularly true in the report's
comment that "Jewish history has been shaped
by scholars and leaders ranging from ultra-
Orthodox to secularists." Hence, in B'nai B'rith's
view, the need to deal in "modern" terms with
the "new breed" of American Jew.
What such reasoning does is to pave the
way toward absurd and meaningless views of
Judaism, most often adopted by the "new
bree''." as purely sociologic. If the right hand
wc t the left know what each is doing,
"""""fnen 'tis* compilers of the Department of Adult
Jewish Education report should have read
some if the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation
League material published in recent months,
which decidedly leaves one with the feeling
that American Jews, either third or fourth gen-
eration, or indeed and other variety, certainly
do not feel at ease today.
The sociologic approach to Judaism, which
rejects traditionalist notions as "outmoded,"
"parochial," and the like, are really glorified
gambits toward assimilation. What it does
is to regard Judaism as a burden, from which
the world refuses to permit us to be released.
What it does is to suggest to the presumably
hostile neighbor that Judaism is a nominal
thing only, and that no other distinctions exist
between Jew and non-Jew than the name itself
however significant the name has been made
by history. What it does not do is to regard
Judaism as a complex of religious, cultural,
and intellectual experience.
Hence, the "sociologic" view of Judaism
of the Department of Adult Jewish Education of
B'nai B'rith is far less honest than that of the
out-and-out assimilationist. For in its accept-
ance of Judaism as a secular and nominal
thing, it also suggests voluntary identification;
while the truth is that "sociological Jews" bear
their Judaism as an unrelinquishable fardel
as something of which "to make the best."
We wonder what the reaction of the pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith, Label Katz. must be. His
is an enviable traditionalist Jewish identifica-
tion, which could hardly accept such fancy
comment. As a matter of fact, most B'nai B'rith
members should find it too fancy for them-
selves something new in a "down-to-earth"
organization these many years.
A Tribute to Mr. Gale
We join the community in offering con-
gratulations to Ephraim Gale for his ten years
of service as executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Gale assumed the helm of the organization
in the shadow of its recreation into the present
GMJCC structure. During his decade here, the
Center has endeavored to grow with the com-
munity, and to cater to the community's
burgeoning leisure-time needs.
Thus, as Jews increasingly took with their
neighbors to the outlying districts of Dade
county, the Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center followed them in the establishment of
branches, where GMJCC programs under the
guidance of skilled social workers were quick-
ly created to invite the participation of tots,
teens, young adults, mature men and women,
and Golden Agers.
During this period of growth. Gale has con-
tributed his professional abilities in a quiet and
unassuming manner. The community's tribute
to him last week on the occasion of the 11th
annual meeting of GMJCC was justly de-
served.
See You Soon, Adolf
It is natural that Vera Eichmann should
have parted from her husband with "Auf Wie-
dersehen." It is not natural, as the news re-
ports indicate, for her to have asked Adolf
when he would be coming home.
This demonstrates a blatant failure to un-
derstand the nature of her husband's situation
and the enormity of the crime for which he has
been convicted.
It is, indeed, a reflection of the failure of
Eichmann, himself; although he, surely, seems
realistic enough to recognize that he will not
be coming home.
Vera Eichmann's was more than the part-
ing inquiry of a distracted wife who, har-
rassed by affairs greater than herself, seeks
to brush them aside. It was a prototype of the
s-hizophrenia in her husband's monstrous deed,
wbi^h. permitted him to contribute to the
slaughter of six million innocent people in the
namr\ as he saw it, of efficient railroad engi-
neering.
One of the most ambitious eco-
nomic undertakings in many
years go! underway with the
struction of the new deep-water
port of Ashdod which Is
nanced through the Israel
developmi id el with th I
of a World Bank loan. Continued
progress was made in the execu-
tion of the National Water Scheme
which i- to bring the water- <>t
the Sea of Galilee southward to
the Negev through a system of
giant 108-inch concrete pipes, tun-
nels, and open canals.
The emphasis on the develop-
ment of the Negev manifested it-
self in a number of events Con-
struction of a road to the Arad
area was begun and the lirst
build.iic oi the future Arad town-
Ship were erected A pipeline was
completed to carry natural gas
from the Hush Zohar fields to the
Dead Sea Works, and additional
gas wells were struck at the near-
by Kana'im fields. In addition;
construction began on new roa^;
to link Arad directly to F.in Boqek
and the Dead Sea area, and to
connect S'dom to the Eilat-Bccr-
sheba highway.
The hunt for natural resources
in the Negev produced reports of
additional phosphate fields as
well as potential sources of red
and black marble, white cement,
and construction materials. A
group of young Israelis banded to-
gether to found a new type of co-
operative town near Mitzpeh Ra-
mon.
Lack of Material*
Among the significant events of
the year was the opening of the
new Hebrew University-Hadassab
Medical Center above Ein-Kerem.
The dedication of the stained-
glass windows by Marc Chagall at
the hospital synagogue marked
the celebrations of the 50th anni-
versary of the Hadassah Women's
Organization.
A far more ambitious project
for the desalination of sea water
is being undertaken jointly by
the State of Israel and the Fair-
banks-Whitney Corp. of America.
using the Zarchin Process of de-
salination by crystallization
through freezing. Zarchin's pat-
ent is based on the principle that
a non-saturated salty solution,
when frozen, will yield ice crys-
tals free of salt, which can be
melted into sweet water. Zarchin
estimated that the process can be
HSed extensively in thirsty lands
to produce water at rales which
are competitive compared to
other irrigation schemes for such
and zones, Fairbanks Whitney n
ports very favorable results from
a pilot plant in the U.S.A.
Sixty percent of the land
face ot Israel i- di sen and then -
fore unsuitable for any tyj
cultivation. But scientists the
world over have experimented for
some time with hydroponics, the
growing of plants without soil in a
medium such as gravel, to which
nutrients have been added. At
remote desert outposts, at F.in
GedJ and Yotvata. vegetables
such as tomatoes and cucumbers,
and flowers such as carnations
and gerbera are being grown on
a commercial basis by means of
hydroponics. The heat of the des-
ert is an advantage as it serves
as a sort of natural hothouse, and
the fruit of the desert is produced
at a season when none are ob-
tainable elsewhere in the country.
Private Consumption Up
In the modern world, the fiber
industries are second in impor-
tance only to those which provide
food Man relies on processed
fibers for a vast variety of his
\ ( iu try which is short
I yiel ling con
. as forests,
has to i,. ai d inge-
nuity to ost of ma-
terial that may be com) -mned
otherwise as waste products At
the Institute for Filn : -
est Product.-. Dr. Men ichem
I.ewin has gained an inti rnatioi .1
award for h;s research on con-
verting cornstalks into p ipi ;)Uip,
This discovery of the coi .-talk
process was planned to pn vide a
cheap alternative from local
waste for use in the country's
largest paper mills. A change in
agricultural policy. howe\ r re-
sulted in the substitution | r.
ghum for corn, and Dr. U
experimenting with the
sorghum instead of cornstalks. In
the meanwhile the nulls are -.isina
straw, both local and imported
The Institute has also discovered
that the Israeli Eucalyptus has
changed in character from the
Australian and can be used to
provide groundwood for m
print.
Apart from these spectacular
examples of applied science in
Israel, industry and agriculture
are being serviced throughout the
country by research laboratories.
The aim is to overcome the lack
of raw materials by the changes
made possible in the test tube.
The widening of the gap might
have been avoided, in spite of the
increased import of investment
goods such as ships, had it been
possible to slow down the pace at
which living standards rose. Had
the population required the same
for current living as in 1<*W. it
would have been possible to sell
abroad some things which were
consumed here (thus increasing
exports) and to reduce the import
of consumers' goods. As it was.
private consumption per person
went up by 6 percent, compared
with 1960. (This 6 percent figure
is not attribuatable to increases
in prices, which themselves rose
by 8 percent; it is the rise in ac-
tual consumption after the rise in
prices has been discounted I The
types of goods which were bought
with the higher family Incomes
show clearly that the Israel popu-
lation is, on the whole, pat the
stage of struggling for
tence and is beginning to partici-
pate fully in the more varied and
comfortable life of modern indus-
trialized countries. Not food,
but furniture and household
ment. clothing and fw
showed the major incr
Within the food items. I I
registered in meat and fish
fresh fruit, tea. coffee,
Bread was a substantial)
ler part, proportionately, of the
national diet.
Industrial Exports
The struggle of pro
trained workers to obi n a lar-
ger measure of re<
their training and thcii
importance may be viewed -
less than the shortages ol
power as growing pains of t
Israel economy Such stiu.
were unknown during the y<
when all energies v.ere devoted
to military defensi th reception
of immigrants and physical -
vival. speculation .- common
that the time may not be distam
in which the professional wors-
en may break awaj from W
Histadrut, committed as the his
tadrut is to the equalitarian val-
ues of the pio-eer g day-. HO^
ever, such a > will not be
taken easily; "'t' w,
think it nece > s0' m
most cases, regi
y -.cum"!
on the challenges posed for Is-
rael by the Common MarKei <
out ci ru itain
ma nsiaj o
IV
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Britain, as a member of tni
arket, ;'
discriminate against '"
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Friday, May 18. 1962
+Jew1stfk>ri Page 5-A
5 Percent Jews in Kennedy Posts
WASHINGTON iJTA) Five
percent of a sample Of top-ranking
Federal Officials named by the
Kennedy Administration were re-
ported this week to be Jewish, in
a survey conducted by ProtestSuts
and Other Americans United.
The survey found that 80 percent
were Protestants and 15 percent ot
the officials were Roman Catho-
lics, indicating that, "rcligion-
wise," the appointments *o the
more important jobs ot this admin-
istration are generally commen>ur
8te with the religious percentages
of the population, the POAU de-
clared. The survey was made of
a selection of 1.000 of the top-rank-
ing, officials as the sample.
The report also covered recent
appointments to Federal Judge-
ships and found the percentages, i
on a religious breakdown, roughly
equivalent to those for the high- i
ranking agency positions. Eighty
percent of the judges named were |
Protestants, 17 percent were Rom-
an Catholics, and three percent
were Jewish.
The POAU said, however, that it
found complaints of "sectarian
orientation" in the area of United
States foreign policy, and the Cen-
tral Intelligence Agency. The or.
ganization said it found certain di-
visions in the Federal Government
where, "as a result of seeming col-
lusion between directors of person-
nel procurement and division of
section heads, various forms of re-
ligious, racial and geographical
bias have been exhibited" and sug-
gested the need for "study."
Freedom is a man
standing on his own feet,
m
Thousands of new immigrants are reach-
ing Israel this year, joining the million
who came before them.
But arrival only begins their new life.
To bring Israel's immigrants, past and
present, to the fullness of freedom is a
major goal of the United Jewish Appeal
in 1962.
Freedom is a homeand 18,000 must be
built for newcomers this year...freedom
is economic independencefor 135,000 im-
migrant settlers needing critical farm aid
...freedom is training and guidancefor
31,000 immigrant youngsters... freedom
is rehabilitation carefor 45,000 aged and
handicapped.
In all, 335,000 immigrants to Israel
need full freedom aid. You can help provide
itand aid great numbers of Jews in need out-
side Israelthrough UJA
IN 1962, UJA MUST RAISE $95,000,000
To make possible this vital lifesaving aid to 600,000
In Israel: Help to 335,000 immigrants, new and
old-including transportation, reception assist-
ance and housing help for new immigrants, and
expanded absorption aid to unabsorbed immi-
grants of previous years.
In Other Overseas Lands: Aid to 255,000 Jewish
men, women and children-including food, shel-
ter, medical care, vocational training, other
constructive help.
In USA: Assistance to 10,000 Jewish refugees,
here or expected.
In Greater Miami, Funds for the
United Jewish Appeal
are provided through the
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of the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION.
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Friday. May 18, 1962
Resolution Reports Climax Confab
David Lerner is c proud recipient of ".he Ner Tamid award,
medal bestowed by Scouting officials for highest achieve-
ment and diet hi Eillment of the 12th
point of the Scout lav.- A Scout is Reverent." David, a mem-
ber of Troop 237, spc I by the Men's Club of Coral Way
Jewish Center, is the first Scout of his troop to receive the
rd. The ho: -. Lng conferred by Rabbi Samuel April,
--.piritucl leader of the congregation
Center Camps
Plan Programs
A new type of playground equip-
i i -it, colorfully decorated in keep
i: ;' with a circus theme, i-. now on
view at the Miami YMHA Branch
inds, 450 SW 16th ave a- an
advance indication of the type of
< iy camp program to be offered
> summer.
Large cylen Irical structures have
been set up to create a "dragon,"
a "circus ring." and a "climbing
mountain." and will !>' uMd for
all sorts of new play activities The
< i) camp, known as Camp Ma-Ka-
Bee, is now enrolling children from
to 12 year- of age, for a camp
si don beginning June 18
This is one of three day camps
to be conducted by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Under the leadership of Mrs.
Li-lie Blumberg, camp chairman,
and Charles Plotkin, branch direc-
tor, many new programmatic Ideas
aill be introduced this summer, In-
c luding tumbling, baton-twirling,
clown acts and water -port- Daily
- miming instruction will be pro-
vided by qualified Red Cross in-
tractors.
Transportation service is avail-
able to families living in the South-
vest and Coral Gables areas.
Log B'Omer Picnic
Heth Dav: Congregation's an-
nual Lag B'Omer family picnic will
be held on Sunday. io a.m. at Gran-
don Park Site is the covered pit
at parkin- lot 2. Scheduled is a
f jth' r-and son baseball game, and
other activities Sunday school
classes will be -uspended for the
New Bank
For SW Miami
Sam I Silver, correspondent for
the organizing group, has been
notified by the U.S. Comptroller of
Currency that an application for
thi organization of a national bank
on SW 27th ave., at 7th st., has been
approved.
"This is the first and only char-
tir ever issued for a national bank
in the Southwest section of the
City of Miami, and will serve an
area with a population of approxi-
mately lOO.oou people.'' Silver de-
clared.
The organizing group consists of
George Coury, Fred B. Hartnett,
William L. Pallot. Sam I. Silver,
George N. Shaw, Sam J. Ileiman.
1 Thomas L Talbam. Albert E. Lich-
tenstein, Maurice II. Connel. Theo-
dore W. Slack. Elmer H. Radloff.
; and George W, DuBreuil.
Continued from 1-A
- -hould be granted the
nationality of the country of the.r
residence and prescribe standards
for reduction of future stateless-
On another matter, convention
tes endorsed the call often
le by Label A. Katz. national
r "unity in the Jew
community The) voted to
tin ii the irganization's participa-
tion in various "consultative and
coordinating assemblies created
\ ithin the Jewish community "
ratil ed is Mr K itz' appeal
explore further mean- toward
collal activity of thi- (I
acter B'nai B'nth i- a consti-
tuent of the World Conference of
Je< inizatons, and oi the
Presl lents of Major
The delegates and guests at-
tending the convention also heard
Henry Edward Schulti of New
vork, chairman of the B'nai
E'rith Anti-Defamation League,
report that exposure of discrimi-
natory practices in certain resort
hotels has resulted "in more and
more trade and professional asso-
ciations taking a stand against
meeting at such hotels." He said
that a similar exposure of real
estate owners and agents who en-
gage in discriminatory practices
has led to numerous corrections
of these abuses.
Benjamin R. Epstein, national
director of the ADL. reported that
studies during the last decade
"have made clear that discrimina-
tion against Jews has become in-
stitutionalized and virtually a built-
in part of modern American liv-
ing." He said this was true of
many areas of social life, as well
as in the fields of education, em-
ployment and housing. He urged
new research and investigations in
.'II these areas, in addition to "new
c-ivil rights legislation and substan-
tial educational programs to arouse
community action"
A call for "accelerated efforts'"
in the area of adult Jewish educa-
tion, with deemphasis on "grow-
ing parochialism" within the
American Jewish community, was
sounded here in a report by the or-
ganization's Department of Adult
Jewish Education. The department
pledged to conduct its programs in
a manner designed "to expose the
Jewish adult to the many options
for living as a Jew in a dynamic
society."
"Our goal," the report stated,
"is not to 'hard sell' any particul-
ar brand of Judaism, or to claim
primacy for any interpretation
or institution of Judaism, but
rather to develop a thoughtful,
literate community." The de-
partment said its approach is
"guided by the fact that Jewish
history has been shaped by schol-
ars and leaders ranging from
ultra-Orthodox to secularists."
Describing i breed" of
American Jew, which it character-
itive bon often a third
or fourth gi nerat.on American, col
ted, and at ease in hi<
American environment." the
said that the concept of Jewish
education for this group "which jj
in search of answers to the intellec-
tual and spiritual problems of our
day," makes "outmoded" u.
ditional concept of Jewish
tion "as an automatic transmission
of the total Jewish heritage. But
despite these changes, the
held, the department reject-
cl.che that apathy and indiff
towards Judaism and Jewish
characterize the vast majority if
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Israel Parades Her Military Power
Sam A. Goldstein (left;, president of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami, congratulates Cantor Jacob G. Bomstein as Rabbi
"cseph R. Narot applauds during tribute to the Reform syna-
gogue's cantor-education director or. his ICth anniversary with
the congregation. A trip to Irsael for Center Bomstein and his
wife was the gift of the congregation.
Dr. Abram Sachar to Address Brandeis
University Dinner at Eden Roc Tuesday
Local Brandeis I'n.versity foster
..mm are making a concentrated
rt to add new member,- to their
. nks and will culminate the drive
Ih their annual associates dinner
ai the Eden Roc hotel on Tuesdaj
i tening.
Di Abram I- Sachar. president
: th( university. will be guest ol
: and is expected to tell som<
, of the strides made by Bran-
... m ol thi nation youngest,
d the only non-sectarian univer-
- \ sponsored by J< w -
The school which started its
-nman term in 1"18 with onl>
i students and a faculty ol :
i mbers. now numbers more than
. 0, including 20 students from
. Greater Miami area.
Brandeis also has won the cov-
fied accreditation for a Phi Beta
Kappa chapter on campus. Mem-
bership in this distinguished
Jrholarship fraternity has, prior
e the Brandeis recognition, been
granted only to 164 faculty chap-
ers out of 1,800 schools and col-
leges in the nation. The univer-
sity has more than 50 members
in the Phi Beta Kappa fratern-
ity among its present 230 member
faculty.
The dinner, chaired by Ernev
.lanis. .s sponsored by the Brandeis
University Club of Greater Miami.
(i which Dr. Stanley Frehling is
president.
Fullest cooperation is being of-
fi red. too. by the Brandeis Univer-
sity National Women's Committee
Cff. ABRAM SACHAR
under the direction of Mrs. Joel
Meyer, Miami president, and Mrs.
William Brenner, president of the
Miami Beach chapter.
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Riverside Bank
Marks Birthday
Riverside Bank .s celebrating its
21si birthday this week.
The bank was opened May 19.
1S41 with the late Calvin Oak as
president ar.d Tully Dunlap as
cashier.
Oak's widow, Flavia de Camp
U..k. now serves as chairman ot the
hoard of directors, and Dunlap is
president.
Opening day deposits were S49,-
000. and resources today are listed
at $25,000,000.
The bank will serve coffee and
take on Friday in celebration of its
i anniversary.
Continued from Page 1-A
ium Sherman tanks. Fifty armor-
ed vehicles roared and ploughed
along the asphalt road. An ar-
mored infanty unit was the final
display in the lead armored un-
its. Then came the artillery.
French guided anti-tank missiles
and United States five-milimeter
recoilless guns headed that sec-
tion of the parade. Fieid artillery
pieces followed including 25-
pcund guns, self-propelled 155-
milimeter weapons, and heavy
anti-aircraft guns.
When the infantry column ap-
proached the reviewing stand, the
lain Stopped and the skies cleared
somewhat. Unit after unit of steel-
h< Imeted khaki-clad troops march-
(d along, followed by Air Force
members in grey and Navy person-
nel in snow-white uniforms. Flow-
ITS were tossed at the girl march-
(rs the smartest marchers as
usual. The infantry column in-
cluded a unit of Druze and Bedouin
tribesmen, border police, civil pol-
ice, youth battalions engineering
and communication units, and two
units of crack paratroopers.
Independence Day celebrations
got underway in cool weather. Is-
raelis celebrated Independence
Day in family gatherings and par-
ties which did not break up until
dawn. Many went directly from
such celebrations to the parade
site. Haifa had a parade of folk
dancers who pranced through the
main streets, sweeping thousands
nt spectators into their parade. The
Navy set up open house on its
moored ships for children of Mal-
ta. Beersheba had a children's par-
ade.
In accordance with established
customs, Memorial day for Israel's
lL'.OOO killed or lost in action in the
War of Independence was observe I
the day before Independence Day.
One-minute blasts of sirens marked
the start of services for Israel's
war dead. The observance began
the prior night when candles were
lighted in synagogues throughout
Israel
Mr. Ben-Gurion broadcast a
special Independence Day mes-
sage in which he said Indepen-
dence Day should be considered
not or.ly a festival but .il:.> an
occasion for the state and its peo-
ple to take stock of their posi-
tion and achievements. He said
"it must be borne in our minds
end engraved on our hearts that
the rjatior. has not yet arrived
at journey's end. The way ahead
is still long and difficult, ar.d
strewn with piitalls Slid dan-
gers."
He said Israel's economy was nut
yet self-supporting, that Israel
has not yet guaranteed to the
whole younger generation the edu
cation.il and social standards re
quired to continue the maintenance
of the spiritual and moral advan-
tage which is our own secret wea
1 (in both on the international scene
and for military tests that may yet
be in store."
The Prime Miniser Cited the new
economic policy set in motion with
the devaluation of the Israeli
pound, last February 9, and warn-
ed that essential economic reforms
could not succeed without UU
planned, concerted efforts of all
concerned, including workers, em-
ployers, managers, experts and
professionals, as well as Israel
banks, local authorities and the
national Government. He appealed
for all out cooperation to cut costs
and improve productivity of Isra-
el's industry.
He said that, while Israel's popu-
lation had more doubled in the 11
years of Statehood, there were still
millions of Jews in other countries
who were doomed to spiritual ex-
tinction if their longing to setth in
Israel remained unfulfilled. He
added thai "as long as we have not
brought .n these millions, there
can be no ease In Israel, and our
primary and supreme task will not
have been achieved."
Members of the diplomatic
corps. United Nations represen-
tatives and heads of foreign mis-
sions called on President lihak
Ben-Zvi. The dean of the diplo-
matic corps, Soviet Ambassador
(Wkhail Bodrov, felicitated the
('resident, the Government and
Ihe people on behalf of his col-
leagues, who had assembled for
a reception by President and
Mrs. Ben-Zvi.
Deputy Defense Minister Sho-
nioii Peres said that "it cannot be
said that the danger to Israel has
decreased." He said that "although
both Israel and the neighboring
Arab countries had acquired new
weapons, the huge advantage of the
Arab states in that respect re-
mained unchanged." He added that
Arab rulers "continue to threaten
Israel and to wave their swords
against this country."
He asserted that no threat would
prevent Israel from carrying out its
development plans, including the
countrywide irrigation plans which
include pumping water from Lake
Tiberias to the Negev. He stressed
that Israel would continue to main-
tain a powerful deterrent force to
prevent any immediate danger
Academic Honors Day at U of M
University of Miami's third an-
i.ual Academic Honors Day was ;
celebrated Wednesday. Some 700
lents who have achieved Dean's
List academic standing b> main-
taining 2.5 or better averages for I
from one to five semesters vm N
h.nored. Highest attainable aver
;:ge is 3.
Dr. Charles Doren Tharp. vice I
president and dean of faculties,
addressed the convocation. Awards t
were presented by Dr. H. Franklin I
Williams, vice president and direc-,
tor of community affairs, and chair-
man of the scholarship committee.
Master of ceremonies was Dr. Tay-
lor K Alexander, chairman of the
Academic Honors Day committee.
Receiving special recognition
were five students on the Dean's
List for five consecutive semesters:
lionard Bobrow. engineering;
Shari A Kaplan, arts and sciences;
I atricia Molodowitz. music: Ter-
rence J. Thompson, business ad-
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fnday. May VI. 1962
Miami Jewry Responds to Home With $500,000
; man, and Baron dc Hii
were there for the dinner as ih!'
, were there in 1953. '
Initial endeavors by the building fund committee of the Jewish
Home for the Aged have resulted in pledges of $500,000 in what Home
.-upporters call "one of the
responses we've ever seen."
An inaugural dinner was held
May 8 at the Home in a manner
which younger men might call
brand new, according to chairman
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, but which
actually marked a return to classic
community fund-raising.
most healthy, encouraging community
There ws no imported speak-
er, the dinner was held at fhe
Home instead of a hotel, and those
attending received nothing more
than a calm, reasoned presenta-
Col. Jacob Arvey (left), chairman of the dinner committee for
the inaugural dinner, left a sick-bed to attend the event. He's
shown with Baron de Hirsch Meyer, building fund chairman,
end Circuit Judge Irving Cypen, Home president.
Eh-. Irving Lehrman (left), member of the building fund com-
mittee of the Jewish Home for the Aged, confers with Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Kipnis. A week before, Kipnis paid the institution
a surprise visit, conferring with residents and staff.
Bing Kossoff (left', member of the board of the Jewish Home
:or the Aged, is shown with Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chair-
of the building fund committee, and Lou Poller, Miami
COT. They were amona the Greater Miami community
leaders who attended the building fund's inaugural dinner.
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tion of the need faced by the
' Home.
"The response confirmed our
idea that when you give people
credit for wanting to do the right
thingand when you give them an
honest and complete picture of the
situationthey'll come through,"
said Circuit Judge Irving Cypen.
Home president.
Bed Capacity
Up to 225
Leaders of the Greater Miami
community are rallying behind the
building fund campaign to expand
;'h' ,i( wish Hom d r the Aged from
bi Is li to Cir-
cuit Judge In pen, Home
l>i esii
He -. thi rive's ma iral din-
ner, held last week at the Home,
resulted in ph dgi i I more than
aanl Hi, needed
to add two new floors and an ad-
ministration buil the pres-
ent si i ".:; 52nd st,
Judge Cj p< n said the building
fund committee, headed by Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, is now "hard at
work on the campaign to meet this
important problem oi caring for
our senior citizi ns
Serv'r.g on Meyer's committee
are Mrs. Fay Ablin, Sidney Ansin,
Col. Jacob Arvev, Stanley Beck-
erman, Lcuis Bresler, Shepard
Broach, Jack Carner, Judge Cypen,
David Fleeman, A. J. Harris, Ben
Kane, Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Stanley C. Myers, David Phillips,
Jack Fopick, Sam Rost, Judge
Harold Spaet, Carl Weinkle, and
Julian Weinkle.
The Home is nationally known for
its rehabilitative procedures and
for the unusual concept of home-
like living for its residents.
Numerous residents have come to ;
the Home after spending years in
beds and wheelchairs. Judge Cypen '
continued. The Home's stimulating
program of mental and physical
therapy has frequently resulted in :
jrnany of these senior citizens walk-
4 big again and enjoying life again.
\ Federation Leads
Fund Campaign
Importance <>f the Federation
concept to a hcaithy community is
being illustrated right now by'the
fact that the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation is conducting the
fund-raising campaign for the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, according
to A. .1 Hai ris Fedi resi-
dent.
Fedi ith the responsibil-
ity < ci nfril r.' to the support
of mi re than encies at h
"m! i :i has made its full facili-
ties to the Home's ex-
pansii drive, Harris add<
"It's dramatic proof of the fact
that Federationrepresenting the
entire communitycan bring the
vhole community's attention to
bear on pariicular needs," Harris '
explained.
thi i
sweep over tl
ithropic magnifying
Harris -.. I, bringini
sharp focus (hose area- whei
need is greatest.
Federation represents a cross-
section ol thi community, accord-
ing to Harris, and thus has the ob-
jectivity that comes only with a
broad base of communal informa-
tion.
Stanley C. Myers, who was presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation when the Home's Ablin
Memorial Building was launched in
1953-54. is now serving as chairman
oi the liaison committee between
| the Home and Federation.
And they did come through.
I "We were right in our estimation
of the hold the Jewish Home for
the Aged has on the heart of the
' community,'' Judge Cypen said.
' "A clear sign of this was the pres-
ence of men and women who were
there when the Home's Ablin Mem-
orial Wing was first broached in
1953-54."
Col. Jacob Arvey left his sick-
bed to attend Mrs. Jack A. Ablin
was there to represent the family
that carried a large share of the
responsibiliy for the founding and
growth of the Home.
Leader.- like Mr. and Mrs. David
Phillips. Jacob Slier. Mr and Mrs.
Ben Me.Mi-. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Sidney Ansin, Mrs. Sol Silver-
"These people have itjin*d
their deep interest in the Home
whet it stands for, and -hat {t
has accomplished, saia Meyer
"This was evidenced by >ie flcj
thet they are still with the Home
and by the fact tha th.., have
interested other people
Home."
* th*
s

The whole idea behind ;
building fund campaign
that 't's almo-t new. Me}
"It's based on the coi
an institution is only as
its leaders." he said.
idea that volunteer conn:
er hip will rally behind
it is worthyand if the
presented to tbem in a fail
forward manner."
"lit s
-o old
-aid.
." that
!
'ii the
lead-
i

Baron de Hirsch Meyer (left\ chairman of the buildn..
committee, views architect's conception of the new fa
with Jacob Sher, a founder of the Jewish Home for the
Welcome Wagon cele-
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new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.
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Friday. May 18. 1962
+Je*ist Meridian
Page 9-A
Soviet Letter Hotly Denies Jews are Persecuted
Continued from Pago 1 A
Soviet State takes care of the Jew-
- ] population in the same way as i
Joes Soviet citizens of any other,
ationality." It cited these "facts"
| back the contention:
"The Jewish population of the
Soviet Union as of the 1959 cen-
ts was 2,268,000." Of the almost
400,000 undergraduates turned
ui by Soviet institutions of high-
learning, there were 77,177
:C Jews in the Soviet Union who
-e "specialists with higher and
rondary. specialized education
in the Soviet economy." Soviet
scientific workers include 33,529
Jews.
The letter said also that, al-
though the Jews of the Soviet Union
make 1.1 percent of the total pop-
ulation, they constitute "14.7 per-
cent of all Soviet doctors. 8.5 per-
cent of all writers and journalists.
10.4 percent of all Jurists, and sev-
en percent workers" in such fields
as acting, music, and other forms
of art.
The letter asserted that 'Jews
take an active part not only in the
development of the Soviet economy
| and culture, hut also in running
the state." It said that, in 1961.
I there were 7,623 Jews elected as
; deputies of "the local organs of
I the Sov;ct Government." In ad-
I dition. it said that "there are Jews
j among the deputies of the Supreme
I Soviets of the Ukraine, Byelorussia,
Lithuania and other republics."
It said also that "the Jewish re-
! lipion is not persecuted in the
USSR," but is "placed in the same
conditions as any other religion."
It ascribed "the decreasing num-
ber of bel overs" to the fact "thai
the materialist outlook prevails
over the idealistic." Asserting!
pride in "our Soviet homeland,"
the letter asked: "Is it possible to:
speak of discrimination against i
Jews under such circumstances?" >
The letter was signed by Z.
Vendorf, a writer; Prof. Boris
Eidelman, master of laws; com-
posed Lev Pulver; Prof, losof
Braginsky, editor-in-chief of the
magazine, "The Peoples of Asia
and Africa;" and Prof. Ilya
Strashun, a member of the USSR
Academy of Medical Sciences.
(An editorial Monday in the New
York Times, referring to the let-
ter, pointed out that "these data,
however, do not meet the specific
questions raised in the West." The
editorial asked:
"Why are Jews not permitted to
have matzos at Passover? Why-
has such prominence been given
to Jewish criminals in the Sovicf.
pi ess in recent months, though no
corresponding prominence is given,
to the important role Soviet Jews
play in their country's scientific,
medical, literary and legal life?
And why are Soviet Jews treateit
worse than any other major Sov-
iet minority when it comes to free-
dom to express their cultural in-
terests in the traditional langua
Of Soviet Jews. Yiddish?")
J
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-Jewish fk>ridliain
Friday, May .3, ig62
Top Officials Testify on Mid East
WASHINGTON.TTAiTwo top Administration officials will be 000 from the Fund, as well ,,s in
called this Week to testify before a Congressional subcommittee cm defer payments on S29.ooo,ooq
U lited Stat< policy in the Middle East, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency "orth of previous "drawings" due
Theodore K. Landau, assistant manager of the Bank Leumi
^e-Israel Branch in New York, which has charge oi operations
in North and South America, goes over a copy of his bank's
statements with two Miami Beach financiers during Landau's
visit here. Left is Dr. Bernardo Benes, savigs officer Right is
Abraham Grunhut, vice president of Washinqton Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn. The three men met to discuss potential
new services for Washington Federal savers with connections
ill Israel. Landau stopped over in Miami Beach en route to
Boca Raton for a convention of international bcnkers.
learned h< n
(In Jerusalem Sunday. Avraham -----------------------------
llarman, Israel Ambassador to Nations, during the past few
Washington, attended the weekly months, signal the adoption of ;
meeting of the Cabinet, and report- new Mid ii Eastern policy which
en on current relations between. lu >;, (! "cannot serve the cagse
:hi United Stati and Israel. Pre- .., p,.,,,,.
viously, h< had participated in a The Kennedy Administration's
secret series i : h gh-level consults- ,,]., ,., economic aid to the Unit-
li with Mrs Golda Meir, the ,.,i Arab Republic took concrete
Irrael For,,. M nister, and Mich- fc,rn, ,.,., ;,., weekend, when the
eel s Comay. Israel's permanent ,, ,,,,-,,,,ona] Monetary Fund an-
tivi al the United Na- nunced it had allowed the Egypt
Hi also reported on the jr (;inirn,.,, borrow $2,500,
Washing; n-Jerusalem situation to_______
tlu fon gn affairs and security
committee of the Knesset. Israel's
Parliament. >
Invitations to Phillips Taliiot,
Ass:stant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs, and Harlan
Cleveland, Assistant Secretary of
State for International Organiza-
tion Affairs, have gone out from
Democratic Congressman L. H.
Fountain, of North Carolina,
chairman of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee's subcommit-
tee on the Near East. The two
officials were scheduled to testi-
fy at a closed-door hearing of
the subcommittee on Wednesday
afternoon.
rcxt January and March
Fund is a United Nation; Special,
ized Agency holding a pool of $15
000.000,000 worth of gol ,,1 ,.,lr]
rencies from 75 men-.'' r states
However the U.S.A. ha- lecisiva
influence on loansthese ire call.
Both Germanys are Criticized
For Showing Nazis Tolerance
Continued from Page 1-A
lought a message from Pres-
Kennedy, who praised the
ntnbution oi immigrants to Amer-
. n life.
At the beginning of this cen-
ry." the President said, "immi-
grants came to the United States
jr. starch of opportunity, and they
ct ve more to this nation in idealis-
tic vigor and energy than many of
:hem received in material reward.
The concept of freedom was con-
stantly refreshed and encouraged
new citizens.'' Mr, Kennedy stat-
ed. He said that to iaj the country
'"looks not only to the immigrant
from abroad, but also to those with-
in our society who still seek equal-
ily ind opportunity, lo remind us
of the true promise of American
iife and the obligation we have to
serve that promise "
The Secretary of Labor told the
delegates they < ... g< the
progress made toward equality ol
opportunity in American life by
comparing | ay conditions
v ith the "bleak pictun tin I exist
ed 62 years ago. when the Work
men's Circle was founded. He r<
called that immigrants then lived
in New York and Chicago ghettoe.-.
hemmed in by barriers of languag.
and economic and social discnm.
nation."
The conventii i clecl T
Zuckerman, New York .-: ... ind
social worker, to succeed Br< w
in the presidency. In hi opori.rg
address as next president Zuck.r-I
man denounced the rk'h'-wine c\ '
tremist organizat.i..- ... <. lun-i
try which he said "threaten th \
fabric of democratic society an i
decent American life."
He specifically named the John
Birch Society as a group he called ,
"un-American and Communist"
BB Awards Go
To HiaSeah Youth
Awards committee of Hialeah
Flamingo Lodge and Chapter, B'nai
B'rith. announces the winners of its
filth annual award to the graduat-
ing senior young man and woman
oi Hialeah High School for out- j
standing citizenship, leadership and
scholarship.
At the a SSI mbly Thursday, award-
chairman, Mrs. E I Robinson, was
to present a $25 United States Sav-
ings Bond to Walter 15. Fohs and
Donna .lean Gurnic. Their names
will be inscribed on the permanent
The hearing is an outgrowth of ,u>ph> on display at the school.
a demand last month by a mem- Previous winners are 1958, Benji
ber nf the subcommittee, Demo- Lebow: l rry Dunn and John
crctic Coi ressman Leonard Faro- Oliver n Gypp and David
stein, ol Ni / York, that Adminis- Camp; 1961 Marj Gray and Louis
fatien officials bi asked to tell Capom
the 11 -i motivated"
i S spoi orship o| the United Na
tlons Si i ritj Council resolution to
ci nsure I.ra<. nth, a; u ell
a- the Us ast Dei ember in
the I Assem-
bly. op| -: i6-i at.on resolution
calling ... iel-Arab peace
talks
Mr Farl s:< ii | xpressed a
fear that I .- ai in the United
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Westview Again
El' %*la cyer
Al the annual election meeting
held last Friday at Westview Coun-
try club, the following were elect-
Ferd S. Meyer, president; Sid-
ney Meyer, chairman of the board;
Bernard J. Wagner and Dr. Albert
Rosenthal. vice presidents; Leon-
ard E. Treister and E. Albert Pal-
let, secretaries: Louis B. Spitzer
and Edward Dennison. treasurers.
New members of the board are
David Catsman. Dr. Norman Jaffee,
Louis B. Spitzer. Sidney Meyer and
Jack Daner.
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last weekend.
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Page 11-A
Man Behind Israel's Air Power to Visit Miami
On Sunday. M I 27. Brig. Gen.
Ezer Wcizni.i me of Israel's
i netable heroes, will conic to
Miami to join in paying tribute to
, in i lank, Sam i ;l Friedland, Max
Orovitz and Da:' Ruskin.
Carl Welnkle, linner chairman,
i iid Leonard Rosen, co-chairman,
i inted out thai Gen Weizmann's
I ii.i pation at the dinner of tiih-
under au-;>" >s >f (he Greater
Miami Israel B Organization ""is
nil. '< not ihe four men
honored, but : > the common
j:j ni Miami." rhe linner will take
i iace at the Diplomat hotel
Ger' WeiimjTi Is commander
in-ch-H of Israel's Air Force, and
at the age of 33 is one of the
work s younges* men to head a
major arm of My country's mili-
tary establishment.
Tall an! e..- -g ung in appear-
ance i < n. v. -.. inn is an effic-
ient di iciplinar n ho has earne I
the re*p< -t an I i imlration of his
nen as a res his own greal
i xploit m Israe War of Libera-
tion and the i impaign, and
; revii i ily in R A.F during
V. irld War Ii
One of Israe I fighter pilots
.1 founder of >- Air Force, Gen.
Weizmann ha- teld 'op-level null
i 11>-1 sts for 01 et i lecade and has
been in charge if hts country's air
power for the past three year-. For-
nurlv chief of operations of the
1-rael Air For.', he has been re-
sponsible for creating and main-
taining for Israel the most effective expressed an intense interest in air-,
jot-powered air I ifense in the Mid- rlanes and was determined to learn
dleEaet. l0 f,y
Gen. Weizman, comes from a I" l2. at the height of World
family whose tradition is leader- War II. 18-year-old Ezer Weizmann
*n.P His father was the youngest tunitd up a the British ft A.F. re-
b.other of the late Dr. n.a!,n ^mtmg satmnm Jerusalem and
Weizm.n^first President ? the ggd J^XrTTT ,^
' e"m!". "Sn "SSie Pflot in South Africa and Southern
Dayan, *~-~TllZ 3 HTM--* lE. VJZ
of Israel s D, >e *h! demobilized in 1946. after winning
now serves hi, nal ion as Minister of __ ......BAiAB fnr ,. h, h
Agriculture
From father to son Gen. Weizmann passes along some
of his military aerodynamics to his son, Shaul, who is a fas-
cinated listener. At other leisure moments, Gen. Weizmann
enjoys boating, fishing and swimming with his son.
took part in the activities of the
Haganah, Jewish defense force un-
der 'he Bntish Mandate During
this formative period in his life, he
As Air Force commander-in-
chief, Gen, Weit-nann carries out
many complen duties which he
finds challenging and interesting.
However, he 0M1 have one reser-
vation about his aosf. He regrets
that H does r>* oermit him to
spenc as much time in the air as
he die in former years.
Born in Tel A..v 38 years ago,
the General is i n itive of Israel. He
was educated if the Reali High
School in Haifa, and as a student
TRAVHING!
many decorations for valor, but he
remained in England for a year to
receive more advanced air train-1
ing.
Upon his return to Israel in 1947.
young Weizmann rejoined the Hag-
anah. At this crucial time, when I
the .lews of Israel were confront-
ed with rising Arab hostility, and
the shadow of invasion hung over
the country, he became active in
training fliers through an organiza-
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substantial scale in December,
1947, immediately after the Unit-
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ruled that Israel should be estab-
lished as an independent nation.
The only air force this emerging
r.at-on had at the time consisted
of light planes which were used
for all purposes. Gen. Weizmann
became one of the first fighter
pilots in the country.
Most of his operations were in
the Negev area, but they were not
limited to combat flights and in-
terception of enemy planes. He
and his fellow-pilots were required
to evacuate wounded personnel.
drop and fly in supplies to isolated
out-posts, and strafe and machine-
gun enemy positions. In one miss-
ion, he landed at the besieged Et-
zion enclave to rescue several
Israelis and took oil again before
the isolated settlement finally fell
to the Jordanian Arab Legion.
When the formal establishmenl
of the State was announced in May,
ifM8. Israel began receiving a fi
i bsolete World War II fighters.
These went into Israel's first light-
er squadron, which Gen. Weizmann
uas chosen to command. The first
engagement this squadron fought
was against the Egyptians, with tne
result that the enemy columns were
slopped seventeen miles south of
Tel Aviv. Later in the war, his
squadron bombed Rafah and de-
molished an Egyptian air force
-.quadron on the ground at El Arish.
A few months after the war. Gen
Weizmann was transferred to the
Operations Department of the Air
Force Headquarters. In 1951. he
went to England for studies at the
It.A.F. Staff College for a year, re-
luming home to set up the first
Staff and Command Course of the
Israel Air Force, which he com-
manded for 18 month-. In Decem-
ber. 1953, he was named Flight
Wing Commander, a position he
held fur several years
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9-JewlstiflcrldHari
Friday, May 18, 1%2
21 st Annual Meeting of Education Bureau
To Aid Hebrew High School Finance Needs
Greater Miami"? Bureau of Jew-
ih Education will 'come of age'"
on Monday evening when the 2lst
,nnual moetJig and dinner is held
at the Fontatnebleau hotel
To mark the-occasion, the one
v.uman and five men who have
-irved as presidents during that
-pan will be honored for their dis-
".I'd service to the cau-
-h education in Miami
To be cited are Mrs Mauiia Ra:-
r, Louis Heiman. Max Me
in Meyers, & '. Goldman and
yer K. Baskii l
>i pre-: at '. day.
Isaac Toubm -. rmer exe I
ector of th<
jresi
I :....:. ASSD "
'
c mmuna! or--:.
as the;
American Jews, Toubin
i iwn as an itsl leer.
The America:-. Asso I : .'
France Protects
Algerian Jewry
Continued from Page 1-A
I Ich provide that Algerian Jews
i .-tain French nationality for a
transitory period of three year-, af-
| r which they can voluntarily
c loose Algerian citizenship or re-
main French natioi
M. Alp-hand lauded B'nai B'rith
for having "consistently and
wholeheartedly devoted itself for
sver century ... to philan-
thropy, social welfare, cultural
jrvdeavors and religious free-
dom."
B'nai B'rith. he added, 'can rely
upon the cooperation and the sym-
pathy of France for the Jewish
community, wherever it may be.
Our friendship for the people who
:. ive the Eible to the world is linked
i, our nisi rj
Tn the difficult times we still
e before us. it will stay ur.chang-
- i he declared.
Education :s the central coordinat-
ing body of the American Jewish
community concerned with the lm-
provemenl of educational standards
in the Jewish school systems, and
Toubic ha* oven its executive direc-
tor since 1960.
The pew officers and directors
will be installed by Rabbi David
Shapiro, of Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood, and include Joseph Cohen,
president to succeed Meyer A.
Ba5k:n; Leo Robinson, John Tem-
ple and Leon Ell, vice presidents;
Mel vin Frumkes, secretary;
Joc'ge Frederick N. Barad, treas-
urer; M. A. Baskin, honarary
present; Harold Thurman, Har-
ry Slmonhoff, Mrs. Joseph Dun-
tov. and Mrs. Louis Glasser, hon-
crary vice presidents; Louis
Sacks. Leonard Barr, Hyland Rif-
as, Sidney Arortcvifi and Albert
Oss'p, community delegates to the
board of directors.
The cost of the dinner, according
Mrs Louis Glasser, chairman,
has been set to provide additional
funds to maintain the Hebri-w Higtl
School, and there will be no fund-
raising at the dinner.
"Because of the cut in allocations
mede this year by the Grei
Miai Federation, the future
of the High School is in jeopardy,
at d the need for a large turnout
at the dinner is greater than ever."
Mrs. Glasser declared.
Serving on the committee plan-
ning to honor the past presidents
are Al Sherman, co-chairman. Mrs.
ph Abelow. Judge Frederick
Barad. Ann Berkowitz. Sue Berko-
w:tz. Edward Cohen. Mrs. Joseph
Duntov. Ezra F.r.egold. Mrs. I
Othy Krieger Pink, M e 1 v y n
Frumkes.
Dr Philip Gotlieb. Morris !-.
baum. Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Lipton.
Mrs Louis Makovsky. Oscar Mam-
her. Mr- Anna Brenner Meyers,
Mrs David Muskat, Leo Robin-
Mrs. Oida Rubin. Manuel Solomon.
Mrs. Alfred Stone, and Joe Za'..-
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One of the hichliehls of the even-
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six > ir d( < lopment "f the con-
;on.
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Hi rbert Blume, Jack Dia-
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FROM THE TALMUD
37. ON CHARITY
Bereshil Rabbah, 61, 3.
If a poor man comes to thee for
j:,i m the morning, give it to him.
If he comes again in the evening.
il [o him once more.
*
7.
Even a poor man who ivts on
thoiM practice chanty. J
*
7.
.: man - let h.m practice charity.
t
im, 8.
ivhi / give this com
inty that my ton mu\ live
charity in perfection, 'Ac-
^ to the version of R. Han-
*
- ::.,!. 118.
May my lot he cast among those
-^ther charity, and not among
who distribute it.
A CJL WeaL Of Jii
Value of Life Measured
By Weight of Our Soul
lavni s
r^cligioHS 4sL^ife
*Se r vices UIt i 9 life e k e n J
'i'-i;i B|

V-Alrrrcw \^^ott\-eraHon
By RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Beth Jacob Congregation
The second part of Leviticus sets
up a standard pattern for social
emancipation and collective pro-
gress. It is evident that the Bibh
cal laws that govern all economic
systems point to the understanding
and appreciation of genii.ne values.
The value of freedom is measured
in contrast to slavery, not only op-
portunity-wise, but also responsibil-
ity-wise. There is nothing too dear
to forsake for the cause of freedom
because the values of slavery are
unreal.
The value of education is meas-
I tired in the amount of positive
j transmittance and constructive per-
manence. Acquired culture that is
i not properly transferred is like
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 proof of
their lateness.
GEMS OF WISDOM
Man u "'"' !u' O"?
that with one he may see God
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW ?rd live Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
I riilm 15 p in Satui tla> a m Bar
MiUi'iih: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs d lh the otner his
Irving Marbey. Afternoon Bai Mlta- ,rMn
vah: Steven, son of Mrs. Maxine own lowliness. acno>.
Splelmnn. *

BETH EL. 500 Svv mn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Krlda) ,; 13 p.m. Saturday B:80 a m,
Sermon: "Proclaim Ye Liberty."
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Bar Mltxvah: Mark, eon of Mrs. Jean
Ot*.
ni-in1? (ran
RABBI TIBOR STCRU
.. perpetual values
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
I'ii.I.n 8 13 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Ba*
Mltxvah: Phillip Mlrmelll.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
a
1 barren tree that withers and dies.
^^^^^?^ Education, utilized destructively, is
T the most dangerous venom of so-
ciety The release of wicked energy
originates in the human mind and
causes a deadlier fallout Ihan all
megaton bombs put together Ultimately, the science of the letter, and
not the science of the number, will rule the world.
The value of power is measured in terms of combination of cour- ^ TFiLah. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
agc and restraint. The power of action is stronger than that of reaction, | thodox. Rabbi Joseph f. Rackovsky.
' but the conquest of our w illpowcr is mightier than all.
Man is the eye of the Universe. j
BERDICHEVSK.Y. |
*
The e\e tells what the heart
means. lazerov.
*
A man's e\es are in front, not
behind. maimonides.
*
The soul is imprisoned in the
body, and the Lord built two
nindowj (n the wall of t/.e prison.
Unfortunately, the wmdtws have
curtains eyelids; and a man ;
oaruor maul"-c iim,*.,... ,. ,
Friday 6:80 p.m. Saturdaj 80 a.m. whose soul is impure, feeling him-
Sermon: 'The Counting of the Omer, ^ SCTtttinised, lets down the cur-
BETH RAPHAEL* ~39 NW 3rd ave. tain* and conceals the soul.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. PERETZ.
* *
ph F. Rackovsky. The three great causes of exile.
MtrTti d ne 11th IM l courage. f honor- and oi
The value of wealth is measured in the light of exchange. Wealth is|BETeH JSiwerv.tiva. Rabbi Max Lip-1
-it? iDDxnn njfy -id"?
niiitf nis-ixn dtxj Q'1?^ ,
. _____T ... u_, !not a commodity, and therefore the Bible teaches us against usury. Wealth
73 iTM M* 1 ? i not what we have; it is what we exchange .t for. Some exchange the
l.l *... .!_ &..___uaal ~..,1 ..,..%,, ii iunlv i. V i' il II n l > i' till' tl'lll-
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-

naop nratg 7?p ^nntfo
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baum.
Friday 6:30 and S:30 p.m. SUtyrhood
Sabbath. Baa Mltavah: fSllen, dauph-
tr of -Mr. and Mrs. I.....n Uebman.
SHturdav 8:45 : m. Bar Mltavah: Alan,
son Of Mr. and Mis. All., rt PeUrnUUi:
Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs
Novlnaon.
...1:11.11
I permanent wealth for the temporal, and some wisely exchange the tern,
poral wealth for the perpetual.
"Truth you shall buy, and never sell." Man must acquire securities
and values that he shall never trade. The Biblical concept of good and
evil are not relative; the concept of morality and of ethics are not nego-
table. Justice and righteousness are not subject to the timetable of his- coral way jewh h center
torv There is no circumstantial religion and acclimated faith. I conservative. .
The value of Jife is measured in the weight of our soul; our spiritual
d.et establishes a spiritual metabolism which is the ultimate preserver
of life The true value of our life is based upon the imprint that it leaves
behind us. If it is the image of God that made man, it is the same image
that keeps him alive.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is meant by the "Agdah?"
Agadah" is the term given to
that part of the Rabbinic literature
which is non-legal in character.
The expression comes from a He-
brew root meaning "to tell" or "to
narrate." Interposed in the Tal-
mudic literature, for example, we
nvhnn 1 Bnd, narratives, homilies, ethical
' ""- sayings, tales, folk-expressions,
D-lliTn 737 D-aW-fin etc. These parts form what we
V- T! came to know as the "Agadah.
"13m .TnX7~f in31 7X-lCr3 Tnja kind of discussion or discourse
i T: L'LL.i,\te,U was not as much meant for legal-
-?V FH rn^V^1? ~ t -.i |istlc purposes as a was iwutjo
attitude and path in life.
Some claim that the expression
aaaasutiiaanuMaamHHiiiim..........aenaa
This pajje is prepared in CO-
1 operation with the Spiritual Lead-
1 ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
| cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCH1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIPF
Gems of Wisdom
iunirli"*""""n""wr
wise sayings are more prevalent in
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Mi
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 6:45 and S:30 p.m. SVrmon.
With R.spe.t to Hi-spect." Saturday
'i a.m.
OADE HEIGHT? JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd t. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Krtday S:U. p.m. Sermon: "Troflt and
I>.ss in Rells-lon." Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Sermon: Tortion of the Week. Har
Mitzvah: Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Hirslihorn.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander,
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Sermon: "Judaism and Bualneas.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.

Friday 8 SO p in. Saturday MS m
Sermon: "A View from the Mountain
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

istic purposes as a was meant to h condllJons secondly, our po- ohev shalom. 911 Normandy dr.
Mlr ,h, hearts 01 the Wniljd an(, ar,istic ljterarv forms Orthodox Ra.b, Ph.n... Weberman.
o incline them towards the proper ___ r,.ainnt in Kridas Saturday 8:45 a.m,
were al first more prevalent in
TRANSLATION -
Saturday I t
Paiestine,"'the well of inspiration sephard!c"^w^h^centerv646
JKlUSaa^a S ^e b.....eland ot the people Lr M*. ~ -
ii was later changed to another Thirdly, the Palestinian center was st conservative. Rabb.Maur.ee
form of the verb "Agadah" so as ur(k,,. oppression and attack from 1,.^,'*;n\ .. ,, B<-rmon: -women oi
:, to confuse this general class,. the Roman n,^ m the early years, h.rafr- ^randsina^rl^odt; ,
lent.
TEMPLE ADAThVeSHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd st., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucke.r. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
Friday R:80 p.m Sermon: An we
Counting Correctb-r; s.iiui.inv 8 a.m.
Sermon: "Modern SabbatloaU Bai
Mitzvah: Jerry, son of Mr. an.l Mis
Samuel Nemeth.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantp- Charles
Friday 8:80 p.m. Paat board member*
An Eternal Keepsake
About a year ago, delegates from _
various countries belonging to the fit.ation of literature with a partic. uic| ,he usc ()f narrativcs and homii-
B'nai HVith organizaUon convened ular book called the ?"Vftatue iei were convenient means of es-
... Jerusalem. Every participant v.lmh referred exclUM\t : u ^.pe lrom reality plus a means of
received a small keepsake from Plissover eve ritual di "L *,l" buo^ig Up the spirit of the popu-
this convention. It was a medallion Rabbinical ta es and """J"" ki(.0 wnR.h wa8 smarting from the
made of copper on which was ...- well as homilies are WV" varioU8 difficulties and needed
scribed: "B'nai BTith Convention discussing the Exodus trom r,gJPt ^M ^ jhe form ()f a hghter
in Jerusalem." | a"d 1,s ramilications. ^ i ,iteraUirc because it could not con-
The participants in the conven-
tion returned home. When they op-
. red their case and saw the me-
To be sure, this type of literature wh,t jf
TEMPLE BETH SKO',OM. 4144 Chasa
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronian.
Cantor David Conviser.
TEMPLE B-NArSHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. rlenry
B. Wernick.
Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Distant
Horizons." Saturday 9:30 a.m.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvina
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
FTWajr S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Judaism
versus the American Council for Ju-
daism."
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 Ne Ittft ex.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Si-rmon: "How Much
Should We Tenser the KeadlnK of Our
Y/ouns: Peoplef" Alumni and graduaten
of the religious high school will bo
honored.

TEMPLE JUDEm. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Who Shall
vscend And Who Shall Stand?
tuieg Shal.l.al host: Sisterhood.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th et.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frldas 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Jewish,
Missionarl.s Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: Portion Of the Law. Har
Mitzvah: Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Stamler.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Friday 8:13 p.m, Installation of eon-
Kreatlonal affiliate offlcera. satur-
i-,x |3 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Steven,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bcker.
TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave Conservative. R.ibbi Nathan
Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Friday 6:30 p m Sabbath Qu< n
\ i. (nati Hal oi ol Bteti rhood oi-
: ers

TEMPLE 2AM0RA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can.
tor.
# I llHlflUm u*.*. -- ------------
j-j O.I. UnH of'contratc as much on heavy legal-
When and where d.d th.s Wind of ce^ ^^ ^
literature originate?
Erov?"

daUion, they were reminded oi To be surc, this type of literature wh,t i$ ,n-Erov? ,;,;,' ,,0,,,.,'i Sa,.,,.i:i> 11:15 a.m.
their visit to Israel, their tours of as oU, as ncbrew literature It- Thc worfj "Eruv" comes from a ,.,,. Mjlz,a .1. i r,. >. -son of Mr. and
the country, and the great expen-1 J' coming from the oldest times.' cbrew r00t meaning "to mix or Mra. Herman Bommw*.
..._ .1____ I___I WJ thorn .V- .'lgillh" llf the ..____l.,ln Tho OXislCnCe Oil -.. e DCTH Fl OF -"O
1 me . .....-- Hebrew root m
tnre they had had there. I "Regarding the "AKadah" of the intennlngle." The existence
!_ f. ___w..i ii ic opnerallv as-i. u_. ;r ...,ii,l "Kruv" is USU
IIVV .*> J I I 11 V 1 mm % 1 it'1',11 Mill! (IK r-i~*----- 1 |lll*-i i>i>>ip*v* ~----- I "**" "
The medallion was prepared in | Riibbinic period, it is generally as- what is caUed "Kruv" is usually
Israel by "The Medallions and fUmv(\ that thc "Agadah orif
BETH EL OF -o
1351 S. 14 ave e'o
>*' applied to the sabbath where areasIh^;|ftTJ?m*^T?,ne"'"aM^l
Coins Unit" attached to the Prime n.lU, Palestine where in_ thedc- f foods are "mixed. Tie bas^ | ^<^>^^l>t. :...,,!i.' 'sat-
Mmister'8 Office. Admittedly, any- Velopment of Talmudic literature ,or |hls co.iM.leration is the tac urdaJ ,,,,,
GDI tan prepare a medallion for a I lt is more prevalent than in the ,hat one may not walk further tnan Beth sh.rah Buniiand
keepsake but the State of Israel Is Babylonian centers. Three reasons ,.,,,.,. distance out of MOV Hall 11M9 So^ dIkIi hwy Recor
nteiesfed tha, events important to e ottered for the prevalence o ., Sabbath, one W*J VZSStf^&titoT" 8k<"
. .1 ,..... u_.u ;_ ,.._>i .,a th,. ni. ..,.....i.k" in Palpstine more than ,.,,lhl.. m a public domain on tnt cantor 1- ,.,,,-.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
i.lav 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Seo-
.ii.l Pasaover." l>..s Mitxvah: Uina,
laughter of Mr. and Mra. Seymour
Rosenberg". Saturday '.':!" a.m. Bar
Mltavah Terry, son ,.f Mr. and Mrs.
\iiioi.i Sperling.
VEHUCAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Frl as B 15 p.m. Bennon: 'Conservt,"
ii. Theories and Bellefa," Saturday
9 a.m.

VOUNG SRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Or'hodrx Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
all .lews, both in Israel and the Di- "Agadah" m Palestine more than Bnytning a public domain on the
aspora. should upear on the me- in Babylonia. Sabbath, and one may MfNP
daUions. And Buch a thing can only Palestinian Jews were [ood on a holuaj tor a .
he done bj the State itself. '; !...... L ,io.,i.,.s and um- the hoi day, even if that daj is
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
pressed* more for debates and fore-
t0 Polemics. NarraUves and a Sabbath.
rEMPLE OETH SHOiEM o<
wood. 17C5 Monro- st Consr.v
Rabbi Samuel Mendel"-* '
; : s. 11 ion: "t.lfe s
r, rday 9 a "'
CANDlUIGHTiNG I *
14 Iyar 6:47 p.m.


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*Jew 1st Flcridfian
Friday, May 18, 1962
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Mr. Wouk's Portrait of the Artist as a Youngblood
YOUNGBLOOD HAWKE. By Herman Wouk. 783 pp New
York: Doubteday. $7.95.
I HE verdict is no.
(One hates to be so flatly negative. Herman Wouk
is an author whom 1 really like. Let me muse on this
revTewsorrle'rnore There ha*s lleen nothing from Wouk
to touch the pure soundness of "The Caine Mutiny." not
"Marjorie Morningstar." for all its fun and popularity,
and not the special "This Is My God." which is judged by-
different terms. The progression in fiction seems to have
been steadily downward.
(The new novel is a massive, run-on tale of a young
novelist from the hills of Kentucky who is swept by suc-
cess into the New York rapids, whirled into adultery and
confusion, and dashed to pieces on the financial rocks far
below. Along for the ride are the two women in Young-
blood Hawke's life, the bright redhead who becomes his
editor and best friend, and the chic sophisticate, married
and wealthy, whose love is passionate and destraetiver A
dozen other lesser characters from the several worlds of
publishing. Hollywood, theater, and the coal-mining fields
of Kentucky people fill the book. Wouk's skill in visual-
izing even the least of his creation-, remains unimpaired
by the lacks of his work as a whole.
(The book is dominated, of course, by the figure of

Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Arabs Have Propaganda Field Day in Calif.
San Francisco
rIE SAN FRANCISCO Baj area,
long regarded a citadel of in-
terfaith amity;, is witnessing mount-
ing anti-Israel agitation .n me wake
of America co-sponsorship of a
United Nations Security council
resolution censuring Israel.
Mohammed T. Mehdi, director of
the Arab Information Center of San Francisco, at-
tributed to President Kennedy recent policy expres-
sions interpreted by the Arab.- as favorable Accord-
ing to the Marin County Independent Journal. Mehdi
told a Northern California women's club that Presi-
dent Kennedy "is thinking more in terms of the non-
committee! Ui Asians and lor that he deserves a
word from us, and. of course, the support
of the American people."
A few days later. San Francisco's influential
Commonwealth Club invited Ambassador Nadim Di-
mechkie i I Lebanon to speak. At the head table were
MarcMkian, wealthy restaurateur who once
sought to -I" nsor a California visit by Egypt's Naa-
James Terry Duce. president ol the Middle
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Israel Crystal Ball
M!
United Nation;
UCH HAS BEEN said and writ-
ten in recent weeks, on the rec-
ord and off, .bout our Washington
Administration's attitude toward Is-
rael. The April Security Council
resolution, censuring Israel lor de-
fending itself against Syrian provo-
cation-, touched ( It many critical
ciaiins ag&utbt the United States delegation, which
had acted as architect and principal advocate oi thai
harsh measure. But the American stand on that issue
here was seen as only symptomatic of the Adminis-
tration's posture vis-a-vis the Middle East.
There is a feeling among experienced diplomats
with a keen eye for unstated trends that, for a
change. Washington has evolved a policy on the Near
East in general, concerning Israel-Arab relations
specifically. The fact that a responsible Government
has a policy on the handling of weighty issues may
seem, to some laymen, as a matter to be taken for
granted. However, regarding Israel and the Arabs,
the existence of a firm Washington policy has not
always be very often, during the Eisenhower Administration,
that the tiouble with American actions on Arab-Is-
raeli issues lay precisely in the fact that there was
no hard and fast policy Such issues were a matter of
touch-and-go. much too often.
When the Kennedy Administration had taken over,
there was only a new trend perceptible a policy
of extreme caution and. at times, amateurish awk-
wardness by American diplomats who did not quite
understand the lull implications of all Arab-Israeli
.. -- aboul bow to handle the
arose. Now. however, the Ken-
. introl. It knows what it wants.
The lei I the Administra! ion has i o
ecided upon one.
The poli ement
ice to 1
I made by
I
i U
I
es of
East Institute, an official of the Arabian American
"il Co. Ambassador Dimechkie happily cited the re-
cenl American stand at the Security Council which
singled out Israel for sole blame in frontier shooting,
The Lebanese diplomat told the assembled Cali-
fornia leaders that this was actually the seventh
time Israel had received UN condemnation for ag-
gression '. onsequently, he said. Israel's survival de-
pended on It? behavior: war danger existed as long
;.- this "unnatural body" remained "in an area where
il is not wanted."
Spoke-man of the "mildest" Arab League state,
- i< ambassador belligerently anounced that the time
come for American revision oi Near Eastern
policy in light of what he termed Israeli aggression
and jeopardy to the Arab world. He suggested the
Arabs world otherwise seek -upport from the Soviet
Union,
He defended visa restrictions by Arab states
hairing Americans of Jewish faith He said "we
ays hav< to take prec autions as long as Amerii ans
Aith specific religio i efs have ties with a coun-
try with whom we are in stat of war."
Pamphlets, depicting pathetic scenes of an Arab
refugee bo." peer.ng wistfully in the direction, pre-
j of the Israeli border, appeared a question:
"Whal Li- i Ahead?"
Pr< i si Mehdi flies about the traditionally
tolerant American West,
In El Pa.-o. Tex;.-. th< i school a
m, i -, the self-tj le I ap< stle
Americi .. .. Xew Mi x
- te L'ni' -rsity. sponsored by the Arab Studi
anizal He was i thai one mil-
n At es have be< placed fr<
horni i Zionist Ji w s."'
Before another aud.ence, he was asked by a
id-hearted Westerner why the Arab- and Jews
can't live together in peace. Mehdi's reply: "Would
you want to live with them?" This occasioned an out-
burst on the part of the questioner, a non-Jew pro-
voked bj >he obvious anti-Semitism.
Lilian Alcl'herson. another non-Jew. writing on
the editorial page <>i the San Jose (Calif.) Mercury
-aid: "One wonders about Dr. Mehdi's techniques and
ultimate objectives. Especially, I say tin-, after at-
tending a student meeting at San Jose State, where
Arab students heckled a speaker on Israel by say-
ing. "Too bad Hitler didn't finish the job." She went
on to describe Dr. llehdi'S links with the Arab Stu-
dents Organization at San Jose State College.
When Arab propagandist Fayez A. Sayegh. a
visiting professor of political science at another west
coast university, addressed San Jose students, he
was enthusiastically introduced by a faculty mem-
ber. The host admits John Birch Society membership
and was the subject of controversy when he added
"patriotic" students to report "subversive" state-
ments by instructors and fellow students.
At the International Student House on the Uni-
versity oi Cal.fornia campus, at Berkeley, the Israeli
flag was twice torn down by Arab students.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Arthur Youngblood Hawke. The portrait most certainly
is reminiscent of Thomas Wolfe although Wouk says he
was stirred originally by the life oi Balzac in the
physical description of Hawke, a huge hulk of a man m
his flaming talent and fantastic energy, his Deep South
origins, his brain injury, and his early death from pneu-
menia. Wolfe was too dedicated to be money hungry"
it was Balzac whose greeds drove him deep into debt and
who exhausted himself trying to write his way ou' So the
face is the face of Wolfe, but the problems are the prob-
lems of Balzac.
(But the book is long, far too long and dull, with its
repetition of party and business scenes and the endless
incidents of the love affairs. There is the brief excite-
ment of a Congressional committee scent: Wouk is marv-
elous with courtrooms. And the womcr are good: they
have much more dimension than the men And then when
the book should properly and finally end. Wouk can
never resist the sad. sentimental scent eight or ten
later, to drive the point home. He used the same device
a; the end ol ".Marjorie Morningsta:. and it was ir-
r levant there, too.
(Nowhere in this lengthy portrait oi the artist as a
Youngblood is '.here anything of the her other life, the
real drama of creating bock-, the intense sifting ol reality
through what we assume was a I:. .. Qt and isiiive
mind aspects that might have lightenti the gt
of the ambition for money and. -< ij) si
somi thing of a story.
fAs it is. it's like a Hollywood mcvii this be>
surface and scenes, slick Good dial gu< The
Solves. Well then, fondness for Wouk :ie. thai -
the review must say.)
The verdict is no .
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Off to a Kibbutz
TEN. BARRY GOLDWATgR S
daughter, P< eg? is I
bout goto [i al an
tibbutz \n' [|
orted that a yot mar
[ lb nrj Cabol as n- ing in
n Israeli kibl
What i- : ibli< a
ng to ihe k I it; Ik re ai
> n i iurion is very ai for a
Youth Ah;. \h front America Hi Iverl
- Perhaps P<
a Youth Aliyah
Then are different kinds oi k I I m S
tivist, some mod. rattl; i some
ous and oi e vi ry r< ligious We Pi .
ir.l i a M>zrachi kibbutz, so she .. | nd out some-
about the Jewish faith of hei grandfather.
Youth is idealistic. A young n said to i
1 ii le< thai often he has visioi .-. a Inch he sees
the angels ai night folding up the daj and in the
morming setting out the dawn.
"Yes," said Rabbi Blimelech, "when I was young
I used to ei such things myself, v it thirty ye
ago, I was in Jerusalem when a trio oi girl- from
Ohio breezed in of the type that were then known
a flappers, and as "flaming youth. Iip-sticked, high
heeled a type that was then unfamiliar in Eretz
Israel. They knew next to nothing aboul Zionism.
They were or a European tour and decided to -pend
a few day! in the Holy Land.
I saw them a couple of months later, Gone were
the high levels and fancy clothe-. They had gone to
a kibbutz and had decided to remain Peggy Gold-
water should feel al home in Israel Arizona, her na-
tive state. ha> about the same climate as the Negev.
and Arizona too is a recently built up state. It was
given statehood only a few year- before the promul-
gation of 'he Baliuur Declaration.
CJFWF Examines Horizons of Jewish Education
THE NUMBER OF drops-OUtS of (Inl-
'iu n from Jewish schools i
inui be \ery
i i having the
h unities raisi
i
a role for 1 the prol


'' -
led 300,000
:. I I ildl :
edui
' sh scl le retention then Wh>
apprecii I [or 'ondi i
their adole :.>.. Whj i
' rt such pi i
lership is i tly interi -
no s<
haps I
I m 'ram. d The ( FWI
ertain whi tion
ti ..( hi i trail i

ration can imi i of I
Professioi
is similarly | in
tion to
ng Jewish i i could
: an Uso wJ rim
I be 1 I ration in d< i hich, .1 11
i i !- it she sor.


friday. May 18. 1962
* |rm # tonrirffar """
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
" FLOR OA IN AND FOR DADE
CObNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4371
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l i i;ENf COLOriTT,
I i. |. .;. nt.
y,. !:.- C. Colqultl
|{ut< -'. Dade\ilW. Alabama
\\,ij, i :" C.. C'-W'i'U. .ii>- lift i
;,. run 1(1' thai ii Hill "i Complaint
Dlvoiv* lias been filed aguinsi
,i ii u .tr,- requri ed t,- s< i \ ,<
, ,,|.i .. ..ii Answer r Pleading to
i: BUI "omplalnt on the plaint
In \- ii >. Max \ i loldfarb, 50"
If., Miami. Florida and
. Inal .\ i. -v\ ,-r or Pleading
,,, ih< nl cf the Clerk ol the i'ii -
.in ('.. "ii or before the 2sth Maj '-. If ^">i fall i" do no
i s default ill be tak< n
;nrb: t--i the n lef demand* -i
tn ih, Bill l 'omplalnt.
.in- i. tin shs II lie published onci
, ,. h tttil [of four ..-ii .. .-1\. n eekr
l THE IEWIRH II HtlDI \\
|HXE iND ORDERED al Miami
;.| d} April, A.l>.

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, I By M I'AVAI.ARItt
I'oputj Clerk
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.. HI Bldfl
.Mi.i nil. I i
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BY HENRY LEONARD
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUHT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 55805-B
IN RE ate -I
i.i >ris maXKIN
I-. ., ,i
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All i lorn and VII I'ei i.- Ha>
ing 'I.in -i 11. in.in-1- Against
I mate
Vou, b.....M ii "i i i i i" ehy
notified .. I requli eil I" |ire*< nl an>
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either "' ou, ni.ii have agalnsl the
estate of LOL'IH MASKIN, ......i"ed
late ol Dnfli Counts Klorida, to I hi
II.....irahli 'ount> .In. Ii ide
i ..11 i v file thi ii "t-
i ihi i 'ountj "in : hi use in
I mde i ty, Plot Ida, Hit -i\
endar n onlhs from the date ol I hi
fn-i pul i 'i"ii hereof. Mild i
or deman I* i" contain the l.-unl ad-
dresa "' clalmanl and i" i- sworn
t" and i......ted ..- aforesaid, <-i same
Mill I" ll.' I
Date April -''i. A.l>. IMS
! Irai ii i Hi itlon on Mas I, lS.
Max lil:I.IANn
.\> Em !"i "i the I-'si vv ill and
Tea lament ol
l."l'IS MASKIN
I'.-......,1
HEXRY NORTON
l in.; BIhi ..' m Building
Mil on i'
Attorn,> foi Bxecutot
5 I-I1-1S-25
"And because of lack of time, we'll defer our
discussion on 'The Extreme Right and its Imminent
Threat to Jewish Survival' till next year's
conveniion in Miami."
Cod'. 1962. 0av-u P-odwdlom
d,
IN THE CRC'JIT COURT Or THE
ELEVENTi JUOICAL C'RCLIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OA3E
COL\T" IN CHANCERY
Nl. 62C -1435
\<\\\ ; > <\ S
z iLLER
CARt 'I.VN ii ZOLLER
I'l.. I
Cl'LLEN, the nif. I
.'. ILL EN, SR
unknuu n .- "1'l.l.KN"
nd the resiee-
ti\.- inknown he W.
iri.i.K.v SR mil .ii' thei nt ons
-...-' galnsl
i ...., ...... |i| ,; \^ hoai r Idet
an ii I nov tnd LESTER I. DAY
in.I 'AY, his !'
: : int
NOT1CE 3Y PUBLICATION
Ti iM'i.;.i:v :'
!:
i i*n I
. n hi
Ri tBKRT v\ I l.l.KN. SR., and all
- parties
., \\ i; : mkicI .
Al.DRKSS NK S-' '. N
V'T ARE HEREBY X 'TIKIED that
,,:'.
riled ft poi "he -i -a-.-
I p 'i'
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*Jen 1st fhridiain
solicits youT legal notice*.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial F1C :.-..
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 55825-A
IN RE Bid Ite "i
Si IF1E KARY
I'., .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' To All Cre lltoi mil All I'ers u- I
LEGAL NOTICE
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
JAIOH I'-'UMAN.
I'lnlntlff,
HERMIXE Ft 'I'.M VX
.. .
Tt > llei mine H'orman
i- ii Napoletano, Kellj
s......ian. A I l"i i" > ,
-.' :: Wall Street,
KliiKHton, Sew Yi rk
, .ii. het eb> ni tifleil
'ompl ilnt foi l>lvore
Yi
if i
i
daj of
. i i.i-
agalntd
In the
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT|
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. |
N0.55857C
IN RE: Estate "f
JANE W VRI>!X>\V I'RKTTl MAN
Dee.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To vll Creditor* and All Pernon* Hav-
i,,^ ]., m, -I i mandi vgainai Said
l-:.-la I,
you ai h. v- by notifu a and requli -
,.,! i,, mefi an> elalm* .i"'l demands
which you ma> have main-i the
eftate "I JAXE WAR1'1."\V I'KKI
M \ N i..i Miami Beach anil Mian I
,1... .-.,.. ,i : t. ol I >ade Counts. Klorl-la,
,.. ,h, unt< Judgef of Bade i "ount
and fil. Ihi -..ii.' In duplicalt and an
ntm ill..I in S. etlon T ;.; I, Hoi Ida
titatulex, in Mi- ii officea in thi t ounty
CuurthotiM In Dade County. Horlda,
within nix l" ndai rnonthn from tm
time f th< firal publication hereot,
oi the nh ill be i.ai i ed
Dated at vi ami Elorida thin Mth
dai "i Vprll \ I' 1*6-
,;i; V> I. I'l-.KTTV.M \N
i 'a i Id Plan
Coral lablea, I- lorl I
\. \ilinilil>l i al"i
Plnn puMli ..ii"ii ..i 11> noil. on
the th da M ty, "
JOSEPH c i.usski.
Attomej i '. W i- frettyman,
,\.11111 r of Ihe i.-i.i'.-
....' v s VV i Street.
Miami PI' r da MO '-."V4,....
.ii a Bill
hae been
riled against you, and you are re-
quired to nerve a cupj .a your An-
..w. r "i I'leadlng t" the BUI "f out-
iilalnl "ii the plaintiff's Attorney,
\l \K\ IN M C.REEN, S12 Tlsi St..
Mian i I'.a. ii li. Florida; and file the
original Answei 01 Pleading In the
office "i Hi" Clerk ol
Courl "ii oi before the 2'*th
Ma>. IH6S if you fall to i b
in, in b) default will i"- laki rt
you for thi relief demanded
BUI ..I 'omplalnl
Tin- notice ahall !> publlahed once
each week roi four conaecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH ll.iiUII'IAN
DOXE VXD ORDERED nl Ml iml
Florida, thin !0th daj "f April, A l>.
i: B I.EATHERMAX, Clerk,
lit C mi t. I lade 'ount} Floi Ida
I seal) B} K M, I.Y.MAN
l leput} "lerk
MARVIN M UREEX, Attorney-at-Law
ill:' Tl-i SI
Miami Beach, Fto.I'N 5-M2i
Attorn. > foi Plaintiff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE ClRCLIT COuRT OF T H c
ELEVENTH juD'CiAL CiRCLT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
N ) 52C 443'
BARB VRA KA REGEN,
Plaintiff,
ISRAEL SPREJREGEN.
I lefeudant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i ISRAEL Sl'REJREQEN
i that t mil ol i "iii-
plalni foi l ni oi haa bei n rue ;
againal > iu, and : >u are
ml i cop> "i }our Answer or Plead-
ing to the i implalnt on the
Plaintiff a attorney, Mai tin s Saxon,
...... fiat Street Miami Beach. Flor-
ida nd file the original Answer "'
[leading In the >ffii e of the Clerk ol
thi 'in ult 'o 'i oi before the zstn
..i\ of Mji i'"-' ii you fall t" ii" -"
judgment b} lefaull will I-'
,:-.,m-i you for thi relief demanded
m the BUI : Coi
This i" be publlahi''. -
..... ii we< k for I I ul. a eek -
in THE JEWISH FLURIDIAX.
Hi.NI-: ANH ORDERED at
Florida, .lii- Mth 1 iy '* Api il A D
E. B LEATHERMAN Clerk
i (., : 1 Ida
,8, ,|i B} K M l.VMAN
I '.-;
M VRTIN S SAXl >N
220 '' -' Stl '
M ,i..i B Fl
Attorney for Plaintiff /4.U.M
: 1CAL OAR'
S ES i
is Plat
"i
i
, .;.;.
X Ol
turney,
illilittg, Mlat
F thi
: f I rcull
irt oi the 2"
...
will bi
! i ATE I' a'. Miami Dad
K 24th \ I. 1 -
E B LEATHERMAN
mi
Dade Count
VVA I -
'lerk
t j: i i-ii-is
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4377
MCRK VY ill VRDEI.L1,
I'lalntilf.
HE1.EX 'ii VRI 'l'.l.l.l.
i ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tt': HELEN GIARDELI.I
;'ii|-. 20th Street
Astot la i, Long Island
N. w Vink
Vou ii EI.EX GIARI 'i:i.i.i are here-
,., notified thai a BUI ol Complaint
,-, haa been filed against v I,
.,,,,1 you an required lp aew com
,,, v< Answer or Pleading t" the
NOTICE 8Y OLBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4507
JACQl'ELIXE G< >DFREt
Plaintiff,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l~ HEREBY ll\ EN Ihal
the under- gne.l, desiring to ngag.
bualness n det the HrtRlotiB nami
ROBNE SPECIALTY I O.MI V.\> al
:!':, K loth Ave Hlaleah, KlorlUa. i"-
i..,l I,, Klsti i said nan with the
Clerk of thi Clrcull Courl ol Bade
County, Florida ___
ROBKK I' BRAI N
ni:ii. K i i: .n 11:
l-li-2.i
Bll
,i; I
Rn
Ida
i "i
implalnt <.n thi Plaintiff's
:,.....Kit \- l.A/.Ai;. 107 Lincoln
.1 suiti IlK, Miami Beach, Flor-
and file the original Answer or
- ih.. Clerk oi
r b..... the
n your fall
default will
.I. ad us in lh< office ol
: he Clrcull '".ii i on <
Ml, ii:" of May, 19*8.
,,. ,1,. -. Juilgm. in by
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I- HERBB\ Ul\ EN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engagi in
bualnetw undei thi rictltioua name l
A I. VSS'H'I VTE8 ai ...... ,"'n
Avenue. Hli.....h, Ftortda, Intend to
aald name with the lers '"
ult .'"in! "i Bade I ount},
.: Istei
Hi.- ni
tlorlda.
JACK Al'Gl'ST
Ri iflKRT LITOH
l. taken against you for the reUel
demanded In the Bill ol ', ..nii'lamt.
Tin- notlei shall !" published once
each week for four conaecutive weeks
,, THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN.
,,m; VXD ORDERED at Miami,
Klorida, this 2:lrd da} "t April, A D,
'" i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
,-,,, .,,, ,-,,,,, i. Dade County, Florida
.sealI Bv: L. 8XEEDEN
I leput} lerk
ORII Ai LAZAR
107 i.i.....In Road, Suite iik
Miami Beach. Fla.JE 2-54j4
Attorneys for Plaintiff ( .,. 5 f ^ ^
1.1.. lYD i.vm IS KREY,
i left ndant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tt >; LI.i 'V l' JAM I' 1 >FREY
Addi I nown
Y..U, Lloyd Fames idfre} ire
hereb) notified tl U BUI
,,!:, in for i "i \ r e has be
.,^i< in -1 j ou. << i you ai required t"
-,-i \,. ., op} ui \ < s 'I Plead-
ing I,, the Bl'l of Complain! on tht
Plaintiffs attoi ne}. harlotte J. Bajr-
kan, 232 Pan A rl an Bulldltu
ami 82 Flol I la n I li th
Anawer m Pli idlng In Ihe iffl '
the 'lerk "f the Circuil Court on or
i,.i..... the -Mb la) "f May.
you fall t...... I i Ig nenl bj fle-
fault "Ul be t i -ii >: ilnsl >
the relief demanded In the Bin of
Complaint
This notice si <'' be published once
, ach week for msei itlve weeks
in THE JEWISH I LOR1DIAN
DOXE AXD ORDERED i! Miami.
Florid i, tin- 23th da) of April A D
' E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Courl "" I'
(Seal) By: K M l.VMAN
l leput)
CHARLOTTE .1 BARK VN
232 Pan Amei lei Building
Miami 32, I I
Attorney for Plaintiff /4.u.
IN THE CIRCUIT UOURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4522
CHA RLES Si '1IU vll. /. ,
\ Si 'HVt ..': 7. his s
-
\ -
TH( MAS H Mil.IS and
yUEEN E MIL-L.S, his wife,
and WILLIAM N loio*iii
and J" iSHPH I" 'Ri 'SIX.
l fenuants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti WILLIAM N l'"i:i 'SIX
Noi th w ood Avenue
L nden, n- I
i n.I
ISEPH i 'I IRI 'SIN
828 Nortl vv >nue
rsey Clt; S ev Fersey
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
i Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage
operty:
The North 80 feel of Lot 11, of I
RANDOLPH ACRES, according
the Plal o......I in l'ln
Book 43 al Page 88, of the Public
'ounty, Florida;
tgainst you, and
.i are >rel>) notified to serve a
\>.-i ..I- pleading upon
FAMES '' .LA iv. Atl ne} for
I: \v. Fl glei Street,
.i Florid .. and file the orig-
in U in the the Clerk of the
if Bade Co int). Flor-
the -Mil da) of May.
-h- i egal Ions of said
len .i-
: J
D.VTKI' al Miami, Dade County,
i if April, l8.
\ 1'HERMAN, r
'ount] i' Ida
K M I.YMA.N
I .put) 'lei k
4 ::. :. 4-n-i>
ing Cla inrls Vgalnsl
'- ti
Vou ire hi ri I......I Ifled
... ... :
|n, li -. .ai mil) Ii '- it -
I i, ,| Si 'I I K VRK del ..-
I 11,,!,. i "ount Floi i i.i
ty, at
e the same In (1 ite and
. i,|..,i in Section : Floi Ida S1 '
..... I, i' .-ii- "i n thi
Courthouse In Dad. Co im; F
. -, :. lar montl fro
f the firal re
mi Ill be bai n
: i ,-..,i at Miami. Florida, th
,H ,.;_
ii iSEPH Bt iHM
As Exei ito if thi Estati
Sofle Kai)
VVELLISCH ,v I" H'CiHERTY
Atlorni i f' r thi '' Ka ;
: 11 ^ i "lui -- Building
Miami. Florida (] >M
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COU R
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55477-A
IX RE Bsl '
BENNIE l BROWN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All PersoV rl..
mi. Claims or Demand! Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
you, and each you, are hereby
......n. .1 and required t" present any
claims and demands which you, oi
either of you, ma) have ssalnst the
estate of BENNIE .1 BROWN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Bioriaa
!,, the Honorable County Judges pf
Had.- County, and rile the same In
their offices In the County CoggtkouM
in Hade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the date "f tn-
first publication hereof. -aid claims
nr demands to contain t >?- lefSJ ad-
dress of Ho- clalmanl and t,. t..- sworn
I,, and presented as afdresaW, nr same
n ill be barred.
Date April 83, A 1' IWS.
H VI'.UY JOE BROWN
As Executor ol th- Last Will and
Testamenl of bknnii: .1 BROWN
Deceased,
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executor ;,,.,,.,
4.11-11-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni rn i: is n Kill i;v UlA i-n thai
i mdei gi i i' -ii Ing to engage In
thi fictitious name ol
NEPTCNE HANDBAOBal S8TJ N. v\
36th Ave Miami 18, Florida, Intends
to reglsi i Id n.i..... with the Cli rk
ni i ,. t'li ult mrt of Dade Count).
Fl. rlda
NEPTCNE I'lSTl'.IIU Tons. inc.
a i. iri la "orp.
:. l-ll-l--'-'.i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY i'.IVEM that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under il"- fictitious name '.
rn. il.viK CONDITIONING RK-
FRItlKRATION SERVICK al 781 -
Street, Miami Reach Intend t" register
-,ii,i name with the '"leik of ih.- Clr-
cull Court "' Dade Count}', Florida
IS \ V Ml INCARZ
l: mi, MONCARB
HEXRY SAV
HARRY ZCKERNICK
Attorne) for i' nei i
4J0 Lincoln Road
Mfml Bench ,,:.,.-'<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.Tli'K l> HEREBY i:iv KN Ihal
Hi. undersigned, desiring to "-';' '
boainess under th fictitiousi%nam<
MARTI COLLECTION lOfc.NI I '<
Dade Count). Florida, intends to ""
-....i n...... with tl"; 'f** ",
the Clrcull Courl of Badi I ount).
I'i'l'lV.' I" LEON ABSOCI vl'is INC
Sole Owner
M VKX FABER
Attorned for Applh'anl
1612 Congress Bldg ..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB\ HIV N ''"
th. iind.-i- tn. .1. desiring to i ngagi in
biislneiis under the fictitious name oi .
I'll VNE TILE AND M VRBIJC nl lj-1
S vv (2nd Wet...... Miami Florida, in-
i. ids i" n glsti i said nami i"|> '
i'l. ik ..f Hi. Clrcull Courl "i i '
nl \ I- |oi Ida ,
ALFRED I'l BERN VRIX"
SIMON, HAYS a ORl'NDWERO
Attorne) f..r Applicant [g-B-8/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 55880-B
In RE Kst.it. of
ViKKA K URANUBR
Deci asi d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T Ml creditors and All Persons Hav-
'. V.,,,,1- ", Demands Agalnsl .-..,.1
BY!i ... hereb) notified and requlr-
,.,, ',:.'-. in an claims and demands
which Vou mas havi agalnsl theeatate
i iUKv K I1RANOER deceased late
,;, Bad. County, Florida, to the Coun-
i.i..,. | Dade County, and file
rtupllcat. ftf'-HgM
.. ; .; ,, |.'i,,. uia Statutes, in
,,, th. Count) Courthouse
,, County, Florida, within six
' ',' M, ,,,,I,- from the time of the
flrs, publication hereof, oi the same
W,Da^dbrtam. FloHd.,
-.....' MRACHEi.PKNN>:<'
\. Administratrix
u \i TEH 11 LKBOWITZ
Attoinev for l;" '"| ''"""^
.-..... vi,...... '
I)
li.
this mi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en|
huslni undei the fictitious name of
I L.ORIDA PHYSICIANS WHOL.K-
SA i.i-: DRUG CO al :'.i 16 Corai mi)
Miami, Florida, Intends t" register
,m.- nil tll-- Clerk Of til.- I ir-
:n Court if i'''' "ounty, Florida,
; >B V- KS dROVE PHARMACY INL
\ Fla. Corp.)
iwnei
.-, i-n-is-zi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY t.lVKN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage Ir,
business under Ihe fictitious name ot
i'i i.NSTITI TI"N LIFE INSURANCE
AGENCY at llM N.E. ^th Ave., S
Miami, Florida Intends t" register
said name with the .'l.-rk ,.f the Cir-
cuit Court ni l'a.i. County, Florida
FRANK in 'I'll, vs
I 7, 5 1-11-19
."
Floi Ida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 4283
MAN KLEIN,
Plaintiff.
\ B
Ri ISE KLEIN,
I lefendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You. ROSE KLEIN, 1040
Oenesee Avenue Apartment
Los Angeles li California, are here-.
bv notified Hi" ii Hill << vomplalnt
for divorce lias been filed against i
you, and you are required to serve
;,,|,\ "i joui Vi or Pleading to -
ii,,. Rill of -' imp! ilnl "ii the plain;
tiffs attorney, Harold Bhaplro
I |ni ., n i; M Beach, Honda,
and fill thi Vnswi
iiit in the offli of the Clerk
before thi
da) ol Ma >'ou rail
go, Judgment bj del lull will be taki n
i demanded ;
i the mil of Complaint.
DONE VND ORDERED at I
Florida this 19th I e of April
I-: B LEA rHKRMAN. Clerk,
ity, Floi Ida
DEN
4, 27, 5,4-11-1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v, .TICK l> HEREBY tll\ LN thai
... mi to engage in
... In minus name ol
\.-s. .'! A I'KS at !53 -N- *
208th Ti -1 N'- ml. i irlda. intends
to reglstei Id name with the L'lerk
, the ii- ill C irt ol Dade Lounty,
ll'"'1'1'' MORTON Cl m.viini'.s
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Page 16-A
* A h i *>t flcridi&n
Friday. May 18, 195;
Continuing Jewish Identification
T... ; t.';c third tenet bjifJ .> u re-
bel* by D..rf Schtry bf/ort a bjn.juei of
th< J.':nr Dejer.< Ar,- Siliar% is an mWTTMUioiiallv-ret.O'unrd rlj>' ?
jn^h: and pictti ( tx*cum who ha.< been
.:';:; j>- mcreawng degree iterest < American
. .t-. iffatrt Hu nj-if hai been fre-
ul chairman of
tc Ann-Dt/amation League 0/ B'tiot B'ntn
',--ouble A small accident would
... v o k e Mammanyu" (beloved
Mother), a larger mishap would
tring forth "Tottenyu" (beloved
J'atherj and a shock would pro-
v.us no exchange of thought.
Every home, every nation, our
world is better protected by a
f::ith that is nourished and cul-
By DORE 5CHARY
Our middle class is in no more ?
.i?opardy than our working class or |
our highly esteemed upper class, |
Lot the symptoms of fear are dem- 5
<> tftrated b> the increased activity I
0* the far right.
So, these ill-conceived fears must f
t>_- challer.ged they must be op-
> wed. We must bring reason into
i le arena of public discussion. That
\ >o is a job to which J.D.A. ad-j
presses itself.
X fSLSt^S 'ome Slt.inm.nt are depressing affairs as hclpskeepU .Uve1.jd he can help
cur leisure time I submit they art- a-e black tie Seders that are speed- only d> wonting ai 1
worthy causes , ... 6 K to retain their special individual-
In the Jewish life I knew, as a kast% ,n the fear the guests will be md back ound> n0 matter what
>eung boy, there was a tr.nity to hunRrv and then rushed at the end ,heir falth or rate 0r color; it
because the guests have to get woulcl be a drearv world if there
to their gin rummy games.
Since I am not an Orthodox Jew
(lama Conservative I am not ad-
vocating the return to orthodoxy.
vokT'H^nJu'Tbelw^GodT J** ] am advocating is a front- jured and pr0,ected.
A disaster would cause a recitation ** of resistance to religious at- ho,d X0Q ,ha, we servc Arnerlt.a
Of an three- ,r-"on and assimilation. We in our en|istln, in thl. ght against
._ i_ home, loved Fourth of July and Hi a j uat an(i ._., snread-
Perhaps 1 mention this because ..!_,. Torah prejudice and hate ann tni sprtaii
T deplore what I believe is a failing Tora*' .. ir.g of lies When we stand for the
Ofl of Jewish-American life. This: *hat a,m advocating is contin- nghts of anv man we stand for
hyphenated term does not dismay |"d identification -tradition ours. A man deprived of one single
rivilege means we are deprived,
(he main, is formed of hyphens: *" mak; their choices and Any man kept off a bus or out of
Irish-American. Ital.an-Amcrican.; -'('lections of what to retain from restaurant keeps us out. A Catho-
v'.erman-American. Japanese-Amer- this religion come from good old 1* slandered by bigotry means that
can, Polish-Amer.can. and if the "krafteck (StNOg) Jewish homes we are slandered. "A man is not
hyphens drop away, we are liable but how much have they d.m.n- -- ---------------______;_________
t remain u.th a bland standardized Wmd JnbtaM to ttrirdjdnn?
Mnerican who will have crushed t How much is left by the time it
from his bones the ju.ces that' reaches the grandchildren and
made hin, what he was in the be-' great-grandchildren.
;inning. The names on any roster A question may be posed: How
t an American army squad, foot- important is it As long as they
I all team, board of directors or j live as good people what difference
.ihool faculty are testimony to the does it make? It's what's in the
amalgam of the American hen- heart that counts." True, but how
'.age. Our foods, language and cus- does it get into the heart' Judaism
toma reflect the diversity of our is unique and also so indestructi-
intional background. If the descen- ble, because it is essentially an ab-
iants of our hyphenated ancestors i sti act and intellectual and ethical
'lo not cherish this diversity, it will faith that requires will and disci-
lie lost and with it something pre-! p'ine and cerebration. It is not pre-
vious will be lost to Americans. i liferated into too many branches
As a Jew I am disquieted at an- because its central theme and trunk
. septic religious services that con- is so very strong. But it can't ex-
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the participating Jew or the ob- that the concept of active and de-
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"dewish Floridian
'.'harming bridal shower for Sandy Harriet Shapiro. Maurice
friedland's June bride-to be Looked chic in a summer black
organza over black and white polished cotton, snug bodice and
I ill, lull skirt White bumbershoots and wedding bells decorated
the center table, and the huge cake read "A Shower of Happiness"
. Miniature veiled brides with demurely downcast eyes held
the place cards for the 30 guests .Hostesses for the buffet lunch-
ton held at Junior's on Saturday were Bea (Mrs. Ben) Rubin in
-lim sheath of turquoise Hong Kong silk, and Ruth (Mrs Herbert)
(Hitman, who also chose deep turquoise for an easy line frock
with bateau neck and softly shirred skirt Mother of the future
bride, Mrs. Sam (Annette) Shapiro in a most becoming new hair-do
md attractive silk, all-over floral sliver of a dress Mrs. Leon-
jrd Friedland. mother of the prospective bridegroom, set off her
! lond hair with a navy sheer, red and white piping around the
neckline,'down the front of the bodice and on the sleeves .
:;ilen. Sandy's teen-age sister, into everything and cute in a long-
-leeved. ireen and white shirtmakcr Other guests, Mrs. Ted
Sorin and Mrs. Arthur, lister and sister-in-law of Sam Shapiro .
laic guests alter lunch included the bridegroom himself, the
father of the bride, recording the happy festivities on film, with
sturdy assist from the two handsome young men of the family,
vlan and Harold..

A champagne party given by their employees last Tuesday for
lanis and Austin Burke who are on a combination business and
pleasure junket to Europe The Lincoln Mall clothier, with the
unique advertising pitch on TV, is carrying with him a gold key
to M ami Beach from Mayor Kenneth Oka for the Mayor of Cannes
Little Ole Burky," a he calls himself, will speak at the Sec-
nd International "Flight la Fashion," sponsored by leading inter-
national textile creators, during the Cannes Film Festival ... In
addition, the Burkes will attend fashion seminars for men and
vomen, as well as fashion shows in Rome and Paris .
Another European bound couple feted at a farewell party, Bea
ind Michael (Mike's News) Morsel Dinner party at the Parisien
ust before they winged to New York for a day with her family.
md then jetted off for a five-week look-see at some of the places
he) didn't get to on their first go-round They'll start in Ire-
and. proceed to Scotland. Copenhagen, the Netherlands. Belgium.
md Switzerland, saving Paris for the last few days before return
in' home.
-
A twin-bill party at Harry and Blanche Linsky's new apart-
ent in Bav Harbor Adorable daughter Patty's sixth birthday
uncided with Mother's Day ... To share the celebration with
is familv. Mr L. jetted m from Chicago where he is designing
He Imperial Inn motel on the Loop Having just as much fun
is Tatty's 15 classmates were aunt and uncle Ruth and Charlie
SCObSOn I'eggv and Herbert Jacobson. and Lola Cherson .
Mrs. Ben (Ruth) C.insburg and Mrs. Leon (Dorothy) Kaplan,
vho have planned many organization shows and projects together,
iow happilv immersed in plans for a summer wedding of mutual
concern ... The Kaplans recently announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of .laughter Rita Merle to Edwin M. Gins-
burg ...
Another summer wedding causing lots of excitement in the
Jean C Lehman home ... Son Jere called from Kansas to tell
them of his betrothal there to Barbara Vibbert With only her
voice long distance and a picture which shows she's a pretty one,
the Lehman's and Jere's grandmother. Mrs. Didi Rothschild, can
hardly wait to meet their future daughter-in-law and grand-
daughter
* -
Man F Salomon, here on furlough to serve as an usher at the
Apr. 15 wedding of his sister. Susan Lynn, to Peter I. Levin, has
left for Ft Sam Houston in San Antonia, Tex., to finish his train-
ing begun at Ft Jackson So Car. ... A letter received by his
parents Mr and Mrs. Harry Salomon, from Col. Howard W. Creer.
Infantrv Commander at Ft. Jackson, states that Pvt. Alan was
-elected as Regimental Commanders orderly while there This
i. one of the highest award.- a trainee can attain during basic train
ing," Col. Greer adds "and you can be justly proud of your son's
achievement" A s.gnal honor ...
The Six weeks Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kawaller will spend in
New York will be doubly enjoyable for them since they'll be attend-
ing the wedding oi granddaughter Prya, and the Bar M tivah of
[randsor. Ira Mr K i- a vice president of the (.olden Age
Friendship Club of the Miami YMHA Branch of the Greatei
Miami Jewish Community ("enter ... .....
Miss Lillian Goodman, just installed tor her second termas
president of Miami Beach Hadassah, and her sister, Miss; Esther
:; odman. both ol the Morton Towers, are l.laving '"''
veek vacation in Israel They're going as delegates ol remph
EmJru S Siierh.....I to the World Council of Synagogue"pre.
anting the National Women's League, naUonal parent organua
rjtwJfc.....js^awr-1......
Cutesl campaigns in the recenl eleis was Sandra Lee
Stanta "Stan" B Goldbergs 7-year-old daughter '" .""
approval of bis qualifications for Com"i.ssi. rs r" J ,
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-iiv dinners for J.kk an' >"> o K.vmond and
Herman and Irma Bekker 80 muc "'in
Dayhuffj. dlnne. entertj.....%^JSL\&*
Sue Sunstein. George Miller and Sujm ^Jn g ,h), ,,,
Mrs.Shirl.y r. Hube. f he Hub*^ ^ ouUtanding
hotel, end.ng the current art si slori. c,,n wh
talent. Rick **~*?5&%EZ Fl.nd.r. Field, a
the same name Is "jj. M,.s' '.,,, P. Kennedy,
recent purchase of the lirsi i.hi>.
Miami, Florida. Friday, May 18, 1962
Section B
Mrs. Fay Ablin and her family were honored the Aged. Left to
last week for their pioneering work in estab- daughter of Mrs.
lishing and supporting the Jewish Home for Mrs. Ablin; and


^^^^tx^wtm
Discussing the installation of new officers for the Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Shirah held Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Herman K. Gottlieb, 6060 SW 63rd ct.. are (left to right) Mes-
dames Dave Steinberg. Henry Hamersmith. Jack Somberg.
reelected president of Sisterhood, Morris A. Skop, and Herman
K. Gottlieb.
right are Mrs. Marvin Schero.
Ablin; her husband. Marvin;
her son, Donald Ablin.
Ablin Family
Receive Honors
At Aged Home
Mr- Fay Albin was las) week
honored at an inaugural dinner ol
the building fund campaign of th<
Jewish Home for the Aged lor
"her family's pioneering efforts in
t ilablishing and supporting" the
nationally-known institution
Circuit Judge Irving Cypen,
Home president praised Mrs. Ablie
foi "her continuing dedication f>
the Home."
Present With Mrs. Ablin were her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr and
Mrs. Marvin Schero. and her ion,
Donald Ablin, who came here from
Chicago to attend the event.
Judge Cypen pointed out that
Mrs. Ablin has "passed her long-
standing devotion to the Jewish
Home for the Aged on to a second
generation." He explained that her
daughter, Mrs. Schero, is a volun-
teer worker at the Home
Mr. Sehero's growing interest in
the Home shows signs of rivalling
that of her mother
This 36-in. replica of the Cedars of Lebanon "Tree of Life"
has been placed on display in the Congress bldg. offices of
the Cedars development fund. Carved by Hialeah sculptor
Michael Piuggi. the plaque is an authentic reproduction of
the 9-ft. tall bas relief memorial recently installed in the en-
trance to Cedars Hospital. The model will be exhibited at
meetings and benefit events with a history of the Biblical de-
rivation of the Cedars Tree. Shown at the installation are
'left to right! Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Auxiliary president. Mrs.
Max Pepper, Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz, and Mrs. Philip Kopel-
man.
Palsy Groups Set
Joint Installation
North Dade and Miami Womei
Units of the United Cerebral Pa
will hold jomt installation
rrremon.es on Saturdaj noon al
in Springs Villa
Harrj Botm i< k ol Florida
will M-rve as installing
i [ficer for the annual affair
Mi Lillian Rappaporl and Mrs.
S; dell Fistel will !>< installed pre*
ii Mr Sandi Intmdola and
Ri i Getti will take the helm
, on poi i ecrctarii ol
live units
Mrs. Smith Will
Take Over Gavel
Mr Ben Smith, founder pri
den I of South Dade chapter, Na
i nnal Children I ardiac Hospital,
will turn ovei the gavel to newly-
i:. cted president, Mn Mi hael
Pel man on Wednesday 9 30 a m.
Installation ceremony will be held
at the home of Mr Louis I.nii
i.i rg, MM Riviera dr Cora
in Loul Lemberg is on
tin- staff at the hospital
New corresponding lecretary ',
Mrs Maun Rosenthal.


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v-JenM ftoridHrnr
Friday. May 18. ig62
Ml. Sinai Hospital's Auxiliary annual installa-
tion at the Fontainsbleau sees the reelection
of Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes (second from lefti
as president. Shown with Mrs. Mathes are vice
presidents, Mrs. John Owen. Mrs. Arthur Bur-
rell and Mrs. Carl Susskind. Not shown is
vice president, Mrs. Yale Levenson. Some 500
women attended the affair. A total of 2.300
members make up the Auxiliary today, of
which 5C0 are active Pink Ladies, doing vol-
unteer service in the hosDital.
K*-^risp -rcisnions for ^5inai vl
omen

By FRANCES LEHMAN
Members and guest.-- attending
the annual installation of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary, Mt. Sinai Hospital.
last Friday were, as usual, as at-
tractive and smartly dressed as the
professional models who later ap-
peared in the fashion show.
Bach table had a topiary tree ol
yellow mums an i meline in either
cerise, mauve or some other bright
color The head table gall) trim
mi-il in red. white and yellow floral
arrangements made it difficult to
tell what was decoration and what
was someone's frivolous posied
chapeau
Mrs. Aaron Fan's yellow cloche
oi blossoms matched her outfit ol
0r8nge and yellow. Seated next to
her was Mrs. Louis Glasser who
contrasted her stunning p.nk dress
vwth a turquoise net frou frou
seemingly designed for a glamorous
beekeeper.
Mrs. Harry Moscoe. just install
ed president of the Hospital's Gar-
den Club, chose yellow and white
one piece silk with black accessor-
ies, and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz wore
a beige embroidered cut work cot-
ton.
Orange and white embroidered
linen for Mrs. Micky Michaels,
with matching perky orange whim-
sy Mrs. Inez Krensky looked
regal in a pearl crown pill box and
.simple white linen with square
neckline.
Silk shantung outfit in white with
nay red and white polka dot scarf
for Mrs Lawrence E. Singer and
white basket shaped milan hat.
Mrs. Murray Kern in a two piece
button down the back beige silk
with an elaborate petalled hat in
shades of brown and beige, and
straight lined turquoise shantung
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Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz attired in
a green nubby dress with linen bod-
ice and a cloche of blossoms, and
.' sliver of a dress'in navy, with
lose- scattered on it. under a jack-
et for Mrs. Morris J. Goldin. Mrs.
Yale N. Levinson wore an exotic
Persian print one piece suit with
huge bow ::t the collar.
Chairman of the ,la\. Mrs Ar-
thur Burrell. in soft pink with lav-
ishly petaled white hat. and Mr-
John Owen in chartreuse Siamest
silk ensemble and white floral
toque chatting with Mr- A. Herbert
Mathes stalled for her third
term as president, in ultra -mart
beige wool suit with .-'.and away
collar, cape sleeves, the new A line
skirt and a tiny beige velvet crown
with nose veil.
..:-. and white Maggie Ruff
from Paris tor Mrs Leonard YVien
Mrs. Samuel Berlin- bold red.
orange and black print with belted
front and loose back looked liki
Mtterfl) wing- Mrs Ch"stci
Crone wore contrasting willow
.. reen shoes and bag with her beig.
Dalian -ilk knit and s'.artling greet
pud blue silk SUil for Mr Allai
Heron.
Mrs E. E Bloom in hoi pink
i g< re sitting with Mr- Fay Ablin
\ Kose tw0 picre A-ntony IJlata was
, I gold -ilk. and a turquoi-e lunch
ten suit tor Mrs A. C. Fine.
Mr.- William Brenner, recently
,;'stalled president of the Miami
Beach chapter. Brandeis Univer-
sity National Women- Committee.
in a beige linen >\ii<. -kirt and jack-
et covered with white lace a.p-
pli [ues, and a rough -traw Jackie
Kennedy pill box. Another new
pres.dent, Mrs Frances Linn, Worn-
Cancer League of Miami
Beach, I h >se pink on pink Frencn
fabric, fitted -heath with -cooped
i eck an I liny -lecve-
Mrs Milton Friedman attired in
a hoi pmk sleeveless blouson w ith
-cit bell .mil white straw bonnet
\ ith floral trim, ami a woodland
I i mt ei mi --> brow ns and beiges
line frock with fring-
, sell bell lor Mr- Harry Or
'.. ans
v the attractive young host-
sses, bl II I Mrs Harry Smith in
pert red and white full skirted cot-
ton and flip-up breton and pretty .
S inle> Arkin in apncol with
e white hat. Mrs. Larry C.
Porter in summer black linen.
Beige linen, a pink tulle pouf for
Mrs Seymour Alterman. A suit in
American beauty with pink blouse
and tiered organdy Mr John hat
for Mrs. Tom Gerard, and oaffodil
-ad with intricate collar detail for
Mrs Carl Bauman.
Mrs Joseph Suntov was in oyster
white with small black egret hat
Slid Mrs. Arnold Seeder's deep
( range ensembles had a floral chif-
fon blouse matched by the lining
ill the jacket. Her white draped
turban held flowers on top.
Mrs. Welling Singer's black and
white print was jacketed in black,
and the white tulle hat with its
black ornaments was dazzling
. painsl her jet black hair. Mrs.
Robert Grossman was demure hi
I roidered collar an.l cuffs \\r
-.mi oka receiving her 2.700.ho
m m classic be.ge, and beia
sleeveless sheath for Mrs, irvtj.
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[embers of Beth David Sisterhood practice Michael Covin. Elmer Spector, Dave Alterman.
on Wednesday. Left to right are Mesdames Ralph Hcnkin, and Walter Falk.
Skit to Highlight
Beth David's
Installation Here
A skit. "The Success SI ry."
written by Trixie Levin and direct'
rd by Mrs. Michael Covin. will high-
l.fht the installation of new of
ficers for Beth David Sisterhood a'
a 12 noon luncheon Wednesday at
the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. William Dickson. president
of Florida Branch of the National
Women's League of the United Syn-
agogue of America, will install Mis.
Louis Se.tlin as president, along
with the following slate oi new of-
ficers:
Mesdames Meyer Forer, Theo-
dore Lomaskin, Leonar.l Wolf and
Richard Herold, vice presidents:
Howard Berger, corresponding si >
rotary; Bernard Leffler. recording*
secretary; Seymour Kaplan, finan-
cial and membership secretary;
Sam Badanes, treasurer; Max Ja<
obson, advisor; ami elected board
members.
The post a- president culn
years of service to r,< th David by
Mrs. Seitlin, whose husband and
son were Bar Mittvah in th< syna-
Mr- S< itlin also has a
-!uer
Installation lunchi i irmen
Radiation to be Subject
im Beach Denial Society will
meet Monday. 7 p.in at the Seville
hotel Program will unhide a dis.
cussion of "Fallout in the Human
Food Supply and Hazards of Rad-
iation Affecting Dade County."
Election of officers will take place.
Opti-Mrs. Club
Convention Here
Fourth annual convention of the
Opti-Mrs. of the Fourth Distr.ct
i pened Wednesday at the Carillon
hotel and will continue through Sat-
Ul clay.
There are 43 clubs represented
Pi the convention from throughout
Florida.
Awards will OK given to honor
clubs, and election of district offi-
ce rs will be held Mrs. Lawrence A.
Weston, of Opti-Mrs of Miami
!',i ach, is convention chairman, and
Beach club members are acting as
hostessi -
. Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz and
Mil hai I i in.
Members participating in the
ledy -kit an Mesdames Elmer
Spector, Dave Alterman, Murray
Turetsky, Roy Mack, George Saluk,
Iph Hankin. Walter Falk and
me Maxwell.
Beth David Sisterhood officer? to be installed Wednesday are
.o right Mrs. Leonard Wolf, membership vice president;
Mrs. Theodore Lomaskin. school relations vice president; Mrs.
Louis Seitlin. president; Mrs. Meyer Forer, program vice pres-
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Women's Group
A Miami Beach couple will serve
. oi-piesulents of two of Temple
Ner Tamid's pivotal organizations.
Mrs, Murraj A Shaw will be ln-
presidenl of the Temple
Ner Tamid Sisterhood during Fn-
min sen Icesal the Temple.
thi same ceremony, Murray A.
w will receive the gavel f of-
.,- president of the Temple.
with Rabbi Eugene Labovitx, spir-
lal leader, serving a^ installuig
< fficer.
i'-her officers are Mesdames
Carlton Blake, Henrietta Fine. Jack
Gerson, Jack Greenberg, and Eu-
gene Schwarz. vice presidents; Rita
Goldman, recording secretary; Irv-
ing Weingrotf. financial secretary;
Harry Castan. assistant financial
secretary; Adolph Greenbaum.i
treasurer; and Yvette Silberger.
corresponding secretary.
Trustees are Mesdames Louis
Cohen. Louis Gold, and Fannie
Sklar.
On the board of directors are!
Mesdames Max Amhowitz, Max
Rarrer. Ann Rernstein. Harry
Drown. Frank Cohn. Fred Deutsch, [
Irving Egel. Hyman Eisenbaum.'
Dr. Ren L. Fabric. Ezra Finegold.j
Nathan Flamm. Herman Frank.'
Michael Glazer. Ruth Goldstone.|
Sam Greenfield. William Harns.
Michael Ileyman. Louis Hirsch.
Louis Hoberman. Seymour Horo-
witz, Hal Kane. Joe Kahn. William
Keats, Jack Klinger, Pauline Kor-
envaes, Ludwig Kosterich. Dave
Krauss, Eugene Labovitz. Many a
Ltshin. Harry Levin, Benjamin
Linde. George Meisel. Mrs. Bert
Menachof. Ralph Men-is.
Also Mesdames Leonard Paul.
Donald Prichason. Charles Raab,
Max Raskin. Dale Regent. Mitch:
Reiner. Alex Rest. Louis Robbins.:
Era Rosenfield. Harry Schoener,
Jack Shaw. Joe Silverman, Samuel
Silvers, Phillip Sommatt. Louts
Stallman. Joseph Stemberger, Re-
becca Sussman. Abe Trosky. Carl
Tyson. Morris Woskow, Sol Weiss,
Dave Wittan, Moses Wolf, and'
Maurice Zaretsky.
/VMS. MURRAY SHAW
Women's Group
Schedules Dinner
Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
Center will hold its annual donor
dmner and dance on Sunday eve-
ning. May 27. at the Deauville ho-
tel.
The function will celebrate Sis-
terhood's past year of diligent
work in fund-raising."
Members of the women's organ-
ization this week extended "grate-
ful thanks" to Mrs. Howard Gur-
land, president, "lor her devotion
to her duties, which helped inspire
the members to give their best ef-
forts."
Also singled out for praise were
Mrs. Harry Spring and Mrs. Leon
Spitzer, in charge of arrangements
for the May 27 function.
Women's AJConq
Picks Mrs. Mamie!
Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet was in-
stalled as president of the Wom-
en's Division. South Florida n
American Jewish C >n res last
week at the Algiers hotel 1
;.,lion luncheon mi
, ct.on of new off I three
UC
Da l,,:m"-
r the day, ai stalling offi
ter was Mrs William Maxwell.
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. national
vice president, gave the invoi
and Harold Kramer, executive of-
ficer of the area office, gave a re-
port on AJC activities,
Serving with Mr- Mamlet will
be Mesdames Russell Winer. Louis
Cohen, Herbert Zame and Freder-
ick Bruce, vice presidents; Mae
Sucher, corresponding secretary;
Mary Cohen, recording secretary;
and'Albert Ladd. treasurer.
New officers of the Miami chap-
ter are Mesdames Samuel Pen-
chansky. president: Lewis Gold.
Richard Votra. Fred Weiss. Julius
Schwartz and Samuel Rosenstein,
vice presidents; Anne Heidenrich,
corresponding secretary; Anne Mae
Weiss, recording secretary; Isaac
We.nberger. financial secretary;
Anne Stiber. assistant financial sec-
retary .
New officers of the Louise Wise
chapter are Mesdames Herman
Keller, president; Samuel Herder.
Emma Ratner. and Rose L. Brown,
Vice presidents; Louis Cohen, cor-
usponding secretary; Camille M.
Rerg. recording secretary; Isadore
Baum. treasurer: Jacob Bernstein,
financial secretary, and Ida Slick-
son, assistant financial secretary.
New officers of the Biscayne
chapter are Mesdames Albert Zuck-
MRS. ALfRlD MAhMll
erman and Morris Beckman. pre-
sidium; Albert Gilman and Jack
Sands, vice presidents; Harry Woi-
iinw.sk>. corresponding secretary;
David Goldberg, recording secre-
tary; and Leonard Sidersky. finan-
cial secretary and treasurer.
A musical program was present
id by Mrs. olga Bibor Stern and
Rudi Suranyi.
Stork-Bound
Off to Classes
Mt. Sanai Hospital v...; bcjinan
Other of its series of stork ciiih
programs for expect; ;..,-,.,..
Wednesday evening, ; Tk
>;x meetings, free I then n*
fathers-to-be, arc
month, at the ho-;
p.m.
Sessions Include .
n the maternitj
and its faci
lectures on "Birth ;
Bath Time for i
Time for Baby," ai \'o ^
\ cm are Parents."
Group discus
by members of th(
ment of the hospitt I |
and pamphlets on u
are distributed.
Interested parent- -. be m.r en-
roll and receive further informa-
tion by calling the nursing
at Mt. Sinai Hospital
Beach Chapter
In Two Meetings
Meeting of the Children's Asth-
ma Research Institute and Hospital
was to be held on Thursday evening.
8 p.m.. at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. Miami
Beach, with newly-elected officers
presiding. Program was planned by
Mrs. Jerry Resnick
A card and mah jongg party will
be held Sunday evening at the Del-
monico hotel.
Women's Corps
Has New Officers
Mrs. Jesse G. May- pre-iaVnt of
the Women's Corps ol the Cancel
Institute of Miami, was ins!
(.fficer at a luncheon of the Sun
I nit of the cancer gn up this ck
at the Algiers hotel.
Outgoing president. Mrs Run-
ard Koota, turned over the-#vel
to Mrs. AI Kimmcl who will guide
the Sun Unit for the coming year.
Other officers installed were
vice presidents, Mrs Martin
Shane, Mrs. Francis Power! and
Mrs. Ann Rerger; recording secre-
tary. Mrs. Simon Gould, treasurer,
Mrs. Joseph Rifkin; financial sec-
retary. Mrs. Sam Morgan; cor-
responding secretary Mrs. Leo
Aikerman; chaplain. Mrs. Sam
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+Jewist fhrld/aun
Page 5-B
Beth Am Prexy To be Speaker
At the election meeting of the will speak on "How Shall Temple
South Florida Federation of the \ Policy be FormedA Presidents
Southeast Council of the Union ol 1,olnt of View."
American Hebrew Congregations to Newman has been elected presi-
be held Monday, Robert H. New- dent of the South Florida Council
man. president of Temple Beth Am, of the UAHC.
Installation dinner dance for of-
ficers and board of directors of
Temple Beth Am, Sisterhood, and
Brotherhood will be held on Satur-
day, June 2, at the Everglade^
hotel root.
Mrs. Marshall Feuer and Mrs
Btn Clein are co-chairing the event.
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MRS. LOUIS GOLD
Ner Tamid Honors
Two Women
Two women were to be honored
al a luncheon Thursday for their
efforts in behalf of Temple Ner
Tamid Sisterhood.
They are Mrs. Louis Cohen and
Mrs. Louis Gold. Bolh are past
presidents of the Sisterhood, ac-
cording to Mrs. Jack Gerson, year-
, b(.ok chairman of the women's or-
ganization.
The Thursday luncheon, in the
form of a Chai journal function,
was to cite Mrs. Cohen and Mrs.
j Gold "for their dedicated leader-
ship to Sisterhood since its inccp-
i tion four years ago."
Luncheon was to be at noon at
Sklar Auditorium, with the program
entitled "This is Your LifeGus
and Goldie."
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Westbrooke Plans
Varied Activities
Westbrooke Country Club in
Southwest Miami has launched a
variety of intra-club groups, ac-
cording to Mrs. Lynne Levin, social
director.
Already formed is the mixed
summer bowling league, with Leon-
ard Deutsch as president;a "Wis-
dom Workshop" for discussions,
Mrs. Dorothy Roth, chairman; a
bridge club with Mrs. Rosalyn Sin-
ger and Mrs. Florence Fricdland-
er serving as co-chairmen; a gol
den age social club chaired by
Mrs. Gertrude Kapralik; the
Westbrooke players, with Ken
I'd.man. and a paddle-handball
league.
For the young set. there is the
Westbrooke Junior League, with
Linda Steinberg as president, and
the teen group.
Still to be formed are the club
tennis, handball, basketball, volley-
ball ami swim team, art and fenc-
ing clubs.
A Freedom Fiesta dance on
Tuesday. May 29. will be held on
i In Carousel terrace around West-
Smoke's very large pool.
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Page 6-B
>Jenist fkridlfair
Friday, May 18 ;::
QatJen dliMcrs in Jloral j-aslti
0/2
MKS. jOSiPH PARDO
Honor Mothers At Beth Sholom
The most closely guarded secret
at Temple Beth Sholom was reveal-
ed at special Mother's Day ser-
vices on Saturday and Sunday.
when Mrs Joseph Pardo and Mrs.
Nathan MargOlis were announced
is Honor Mothers of Beth Sholom
for 1962.
Mrs. Pardo. president, and Mrs
Margolis. board member of the
1-1A of the Temple, were selected
by a group of past Honor Mothers.
and at the services, their children
escorted them to the pulpit to be
pinned with orchids by the imme-
diate past Honor Mothers. Mrs
Harvey E. Kramer and Mrs. Jos-
eph Otchin.
This ceremony at the annual
Mothers Day services are looked
forward to eagerly by the children
of the Beth Sholom religious
school, the educatioal director of
which is Herbert C. Bloom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish is spiritual leader of
the congregation
Parents Day Dinner
Annual Parents Day dinner, spon-
sored by the Sisterhood of Congre-
gation Beth El. will be held Sun-
day evening. May 27. in Dora Au-
gust na"
By ISABEL GROVE
It was truly "Blossom Time at
the Algiers hotel last Wednesdaj
when the Mt. Sinai Hospital Car-
den Club held it.- installation lunch
ton Tall silver candelabra on
each table supported spray.- oi
oiange blossoms, gladiolas, white
plumes and fuchsia bows. Even
i!it lavendar menus had a corsage
of baby orchids.
But it was the colorful millinery
creations of fresh and artificial
flowers in shade.- which vied with
the rainbow that made the room a
gorgeous floral bower.
Attractive Mrs. A Lester Step
ner. outgoing president, wore a
white starched lace brimmed hat
with the crown of green leaves,
white stephanotis and red rose
buds. Mrs. James Abramson chair-
ed the day in a little number com-
posed of cotton pods dyed yellow
and fuchsia to match the trim of
her moss green frock.
Also at the head table. Mrs Mor-
ris Green in a rough straw bonnet
draped in pink tulle and covered
with pom pom- sprayed crimson.
Fish tail palm leaves formed the
bod) of the magnificent creation
lavishly covered with pink and
orchid a-ters worn by Mrs. Sey-
mour Rubin.
White face framing rough straw
with deep pink cabbage rose on
the side of the crown matching the
sleeveless frock worn by Mrs Har-
old Spaet. and white crushed pique
turban set off the handsome zebra
striped coat on Mrs. Ben Lond.
The new president, pretty Mrs
Harry Moscoe, chose a ark white
outfit with the only touch oi color.
bab) orchids on her textured
-iraw.
A truly out-tand..ng creation on.
Mrs. Leonard Frantz. galax leave-
Hie background for a veritable noi
il sha-ta daisies and carnations
sprayed orange and pmk to match
her frock A white ostruh feather
toque for Mrs. Lester Sarof! who
added an exotic note by ornament-
ing her glasses with tiny buds
A set of nunature garden tools
presented to Mrs. Etta Bubis whose
v h-.te hat wa- decorated with maid
en ferns and crown of pom poms
Among the more fantastic pro-
ductions, the bucolic spring picnic
scene worn by Mrs. Morn- Sten
berg Complete with [lower beds
! of baby poms and mangolds, a
blossoming tree, cows in a corral.
roup oi children, fruit and food.
A straw Japanese floral basket
turned upside down and filled with
fresh daisies and bronze mums was
the whimsy effected by Mrs. Mor-
ris Kovetz, and a lar^e cartwheel
hat trimmed in wild periwinkle
fetching on Mr- Alexander Kogan.
Mrs. David Zimmerman "Putting
on the dog With Pierre" for the hat
contest in a blue while raffia c in
fiction with tulle and flowers in
pustel colors. Pierre, frisky -rev
French toy poddle. a symphony m
pink, two bows, -hocking pink
floral collar and a leash of white
mink created by Engle.
Amonu the gue.-ts. Mrs Lillian
Mamie!, serving a second term a-
i president of the American Jewi-h
Congress, chose gardenias, roses
and heliotrope for her fetching
chapeau.
Pclm fronds covered with multi-
cclored hibiscus matched Mrs.
Henry Fishman's beige hopsaekmg
sheath m varicolored wheels.
White hibiscus on a ratan straw
hag completed the stunning en-
semble
Fresh carnations on a large peach
shantung picture hat and out lit to
match for Mr-. Inez Kren-ky and
Mrs. Alexander Kogan's large cart-
wheel in -ilk periwinkle topped her
midnight black ensemble.
Mother's Day
At Beth Am
Si-lerhood of Temple Beth Am
held its annual Mother's Day lunch-
eon at the Temple on Wedne-da\
Highlight of the afternoon was a
play. "Cl at the Center.' written
by Joan Swartzman and directed by
Lennie Greenstein. In the cast
were Betty Kout Ronnie Wolk,
Joan Schwartzman, Jerry Fox,
Anita Molien. Evelyn (lain. Libby
Tanner. Selma Baumgard, Mar-
garet Swazo. Robert Newman. Jos-
eph Altschuler, Goodwin Salkoff.
Dyron Cherkas, Paul Kataan and
r Cl K idner
Ni k1 regular meeting will be
held on Mondaj evening as a joinl
election meeting with the Brother-
hood and the general membership.
Mrs Joseph Segal, president ol
thi Sisterhood, announces that the
installation of new officers will be
hi Id at the Everglades hotel on
Saturday evening, June 2.
Pretty blond Mr- Jon;,, gro._
man whose outnts always sho,i
great attention to detail anil color
fir this occasion was aitired in a
floral print with snug bodice an:
lull, full chiffon skirt. Her whisper
"M a hat was a panm f^,
wreath with nose veil and he-
shoes and bag were of shocking
pmk.
A magn.ficent natural I'anann
with i'eep pink velvet band toppei
Mrs. Elise Adam-, black ami whit-
silk ensemble Blond Mrs. Motrw
Lipp in an outfit made of mau\r
satin brocade which she ha-:
brought back with her from Hon^
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Mrs. Guberman
Chapter Leader
Mrs. Marvin Guberman was in-
stalled president of Lorber chapter.
Jewish National Home for Asth-
matic Children, at a function Tues-
day at Westbrooke Country Club.
Other officers installed were
Mesdames Irwin Kruger, Alfred
Goldberg, and Leslie Silverman.
vice presidents; Martin Forman.
Herbert Teller. Leonard Stubins.
arid Robert Loeb. secretaries; Ar-
nold Grossman, treasurer; and Al
Band, auditor.
Carl Gardner was installing of-
ficer. Outgoing officers participat-
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Outgoing president is Mrs. Julian
Cole. Mrs Robert Bender and Mrs
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Friday. May 18. 1962
*Jenisti fhrMNar)
Page 7-B
Southeast ORT Region Installation Set;
Mrs. Rosenblatt is New President
-t Wertbrooke Country Club "Sprine't me" dinner dance at-
-nded by seme 5C0 members weie Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox,
cl Coral Gabies, end the Sam Liptons, of Micmi Beach. The
..inner dance was the club's May affair. Each nicnth West-
rooke holds ancthei dinner dance for memb3rs and quests,
"he club, only three months old, is at 8500 on the Trcil.
tulaiions to the new pros:dent of Temple
S st i .- i '.'iid Kalish, ai I resident, Mis.
berg right), and Mrs. Maurice Waldorf tcenter),
lairman oi the nominating committee. Installation of officers
ok place at a luncheon at Westbrooke Country Club on
eir.esday.
Beech 'V Picks
New Officers
Mrs. Sidney Lang is the newly-
ected president oi the Women's
.vision of the Miami Beach
\lil.\ Branch, it was announced
> Robert Grossman, president,
iami Beach "Y" is a branch of
.' Greater Miami Jewish Commu
y Center
Mis. Lang resides with her bus*
,ind and two daughters at 4433 N.
> rd. The family was originally
om Atlantic City, N. J.. and has
ed on Miami Beach for the past
x yeai -
it her officers and board mem-
rs of the Women's Division are
norary president. Mrs. Norman
Her; vice presidents. Mrs AI-
rt Ossip and Mrs Albert Som-
ers; treasurer, Mrs Samuel oka-.
wcial secretary. Mrs Leon Ep-
stein; recording secretary, Mrs.
liott Pearl; corresponding secre-
ry, Mrs. Wilma Lembo; board of
ectors, Mesdames Irving Cypen,
''dton Green, Robert Grossman, Milton snkin. William Sussman,
onion Kami. Jack Katzman. Theodore M Trushin and Haroid
alter LebowitZ, Robert Rosen. Vinik.
New president oi the Southeast-
ern Florida region of Women's
American ORT is Mis Harry Ros-
enblatt.
Formerly of Philadelphia. Mrs.
Rosenblatt served as chairman of
the executive committee for two
years and has held office in ORT
en a regional level since its organ-
ization here in 1952
In 19:>. Mrs Rosenblatt -pen:
several months in Europe. Israel
end North Africa. v.siting ORT in-
stallations.
Installation luncheon "ill be held
Wednesday a; the Doral Country
New Officers
Take Over Helm
Mr.- \; :.;. Kay< newlj elected
p i sidi nl i Coral Waj Jewish
in.in- Sisterhood, was to conduct
her nr-t meeting on Thursday.
May \~ Theme of tin program,
under din ction i I Mrs S ilomon
' ; nster ....:: IS I be "To
fell the Truth."
i Ithi r new exe ivi ffi its are
. -in s William S< Iman, Ar-
thur Frank and W Jacobs,
vice presidents; Arth i Frank, re-
el rd.nj si retar>. !: etik-
(i. corn -i ondin; se< ri:. rj.
Joseph Redstone, treasurer,
r arcl members are Mesdames
l-'h ,.. lore S Toby
i'i --. G Solomon
i .:. A
Irvinj
I'latofl S \ I -
. Ii
liner and -
Picneer Womc^
Back From Tour
f M Mrs
Mrs
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Tai
.'.i r Worm
It. i London, it ras
m i n fd by Mrs. S
nt of Pii neer Women.
The tour, which began on Apr 16
from New York Internationa! Air
port, took the 156 American and
Canadian travelers i h extensive
excursions through London, Jeru-
salem, Tel Aviv, Haifa. Beersheba,
and Tiberias
Highhght of the trip was spend-
ing Passover in the Holy Land as
guests at a Seder in Tel Aviv. Tour
numbers also occupied grandstand
Feats at Israel's Independence Day
parade on Ma> 9 and attended a
banquet in their honor tendered by
Moetzet Hapoalot. sister organiza-
tion of Pioneer Women in America
Club, with Daniel Neal Heller.
Miami attorney, conducting the
ci emony. and Mayor Kenneth
oka. of Miami Reach, extendin
greetings.
Ri .ion vice presidents to be in-
iMillrit ana Mesdames Jacob Glass-
man, Neil lioder. Willard Wohlge
inuih. Richard Greenbaum, Gerald
d and Alan Tannen.
Chairmi n of the executive com
mittei Mrs, Harold Echnei I
Mrs. Isadore Herman, treasurer;
\ rs Bernard Moskin, recording
secretary; Mrs. Jacques Bril, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. .lack
Fils final Cial secretarj. an Mrs
Earl Gold, parliamentarian.
Chapter presidents to be install-
ed Mrs Louis Baron. Bay; Mrs
Jack Kramer. ISiscayne: Mrs. Ed-
ward Blackman. Coral Gables;
Mrs Max Ahrons, Greater Miami:
Mrs. Arthur Wintpn, Greynolds
1 ark: Mrs. William Fishman,
ihami Beach Afternoon; Mrs Alan
Venzer. Hollywood. Mrs Seym
Idsli .- i'h Miami; Mrs Mor-
ton Weinberger, Southwest. Mrs
Mark Cirlin, Islanders; Mrs. Henry
Gilbert. North Dade; Mrs. Sey-
n our Shafran, North Miami.
MRS. HARRY ROSENBLATT
Molly Turner Appointed
John Gibson, president of the
Dade County chapter. Leukemia
announced the appoint-
ient of television personality, Miss
Mollj Turner, as Dade county cam-
; hairman for the annual ap-
ning May 15.
MRS. SIDNEY IANC
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True Sisters
Install Officers
New officers for United Order
True Sister-. Miami 4:i. will be in-
stalled m ceremonies Monday. i
p.m., at Hibiscus auditorium. 955
Alton rd.
From the National Grand Lodge
in New York. Mrs George G Levy
v. ill be installing officer, assisted
by Mrs. Malcolm Roth, and Mrs
Harold Brown, past presidents of
Miami 43.
Officers to be installed are Mes-
dames Bernard Lowenthal, presi-
dent; Edward Lewis, vice presi-
dent; Morn- Weinberg. corres-
imnding secretary; Herman Wolf,
financial secretary: Alvin Herbst.
treasurer.
Also Mesdames Louis London,
mentor; Joseph Barehan and Har-
ry Rosen, wardens; Max Huthfield.
guardian; and Edmund Perls, Har-
old Brown. A J. Montanari. trus-
tees.
UOTS. Miami 43, serves indigent
cancer patients and the tumor ehn-
ic for children maintained at the
Variety Children'- Hospital.
A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837
Rebekah lodge Party
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 is
sponsoring a card party tor mem-
bers and Odd Fellows at the Work
men's Circle, 25 Washington ave
on Tuesday evening.
Sabbath
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Holidays
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Friday, May IS
'962
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
The modern young mother of today believes in doing everything
h lu-r youngsters, even like Joni (Mrs Stanlej T..u\ having chicken
with hers, Linda and Kenny. Joni, whose name is really Joanne,
,- I orn in Akron. 0 Why she wasn't .-polled by her two doting gi
rhers will always be a mystery. Having moved to Miami Beach when
the was seven, Joni is in the ilmost-native classification. Her last year
of high school was spent at Cassements. At Florida Stale. Joni met her
future husband. Stanley, on a very rainy afternoon. TEP House v as
n:-t behind her own sorority. Joni's first year of college was her la;t
hey .'.ere married. Quite coincidental is the
act that Joni's mother. Myrtle, only went to
Ohio State one year before she left to marry'
loin's father. Morten Greenwood.
As a young housekeeper, Joni was most
[ficient Her tirst family Thanksgiving dinner
perfect even if it went on and on for
lours. No one was allowed to help, and it
seemed to take forever when she would carry
he dishes into the kitchen. (The reason, of
course, was always apparent in a spotless
tit Chen, including the roasting pan.)
Everything come- around full circle Be-
aii-c Joni was bitten by a dog when she was
.1 child, the Tales now have a poodle. Unity.
50 thai the children will learn to like animals.
Joni was a wonderful swimmer, and fancy
water ballerina, and now her children practice
n their own swimming pool The house that,
(builder) Stanley built lor his familj i> charm-
fitting their way of living perfectly, even down to his private sound
roof den.
Because there w is no school for four-year did- in Bay Harbor. Joni
- instrumental in the group that organized the pre-sehool in the Town
all slu has been on the PTA board of Bay Harbor Elementary School
.;.(( its inception, and is president-elect for the coming club year. Nov,
hat her own children are becoming self-suff.cient Joni is spending mare
time helping others.
She finds that her work with deaf children through National Council
of Jewish Women is most rewarding. Helping with Temple Israi
azaar was also reward.ng, and incidentally, full of fun Joni doesn't Cuss
,md cook and bake anymore. Everyone is on a diet, and Stanley likes
looking, says Joni.
How were the children raised? Not by Benjamin Spock. is her tart
comment. "I simply used gord sense." Joni's vivid dark beauty, and
her efficient management of her home and children in an unhurried and
gracious manner, are typical of young mothers today. They seem to have:
w hat it takes.
Stanley, a former vice mayor of Bay Harbor, has just been re- |
j.air.ed to that spot again. Cause for new pride? Of coursed)
* *
CRUISING DOWN THE BAY
As the guests boarded ihr Dolly Madison, they were presented with
sailor hat> The whistles tooted. Everyone, including the envious watch-
en on dock, sang "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" as the boat slowly
I nff The party was in honor of Harold Binder's 50th birthday.
Ireni had a big surprise waiting for him aboard ship.
l>r and Mrs. I. H Waterman flew in from Plymouth. Mas-., lor the
ij event. It was one el Miami'- most gorgeous nights A well-
ked bar. a delici >us butf '. supper, and a tour-piece jazi band tell
he entire story. Daughter Judy at school in Gainesville had too much
mework to do to be able to sneak away Son Warren and his bride.
: two m ere there. Among the ue ts were Hubert
Saal i ne told all about their new baby. Theodora Ma-
No, thej don't call her all that, jusl Thea. Then there were Dr
id and Edna Quartin, Raymond and Del
: Mrs Mortie Moses, Mr.
In and Mrs Robert Le\ n, and the Harry
birthday will be a cruise to Eui
* *
E.UE MONDAY
t happened that this yi birth-
ay. A lins could |
Ri nnii r husband, Dr, L< i I
to J Sprii
ej took hon i -
. low -'i thai '.hey coul ... the
ly. ted at the Universitj
I i ad '. ;' the
id of t!
* *
EIGHT YEARS SEEMS SHORT
.. \ !!, b( t) Mi Ihi i com-
: the Ml Sinai Hospital Women's Au 'huh
, i e. The Mathi :'.< i i
o rhen is one pi ited by a friend ol theirs, l:< Fisher
li d< picts boj in a yellow slicker
11a Lois pri ented Georgie (Mrs George) Yalman, executive
v v, i h .-! l autiful locket suil
.. le ol L"i.- sat hi r motl er. Mrs -
and on tin le -.it Georgie's mother, Mr.-. Sybil Glickman,
a Imiringly al Geot
rgie h;..- reluctantly resigned from the Auxiliarj after 'iuh*
rs, It will be a i' e before the Pink Ladies are no longer
,-tomed lo calling for Gtorgie.
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COMPANY FOR DINNER
Sammy Davis, jr.. makes a most delightful dinner guest Leonard.
I'.llen and Mickey Lansburgh sat enthralled the night he came to dinner.
Leonard didn't even have time to think about his coming European trip
with Selma Oritt's son. Michael, on the SS Queen Mary
Miss Marks Will
Become Bride
Miss Barbara Mark- will become
a br.de in July. Her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Marks, of 72 NW
1st St.. Homestead, are announcing
her engagement to Lawrence Kan-
,,i. BOD of Mr. and Mrs. David
Kanzer, of Tallahassee.
Presently teaching at Riviera
Junior High, the bride-elect grad
uated magna cum laude from the
I niversity of Miami and attended
the University of Florida. She is
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi,
- icial, and I'hi Kappa Phi and
Theta Mu. scholastic societ-
ies.
The prospective bridegroom at-
i, ndi .i City College of New York,
has a BA from Teacher'.- College
an MA from Columbia, and an LLB
from the Universitj ol Miami. He
is a member of the Florida and
American Bar Assns., and the ABA
committees on administrative \ft*
and labor law.
He belongs to Temple Israel of
Tallahassee and served as secre-
tary of B'nai B'rith there, and of
the University of Miami Alumni
Assn., of Tallahassee, as well as
\ice president of Tallahassee Jay-
cees.
He was stale chairman. Employ
the Handicapped Committee, Flor-
ida Jaycces; charter member. Cap-
iiol Lions club of Tallahassee; and
is currently employed as attorney
for the Florida Industrial Com-
mission in Tallahas.-ee.
Miss Blower,
Noted Newsman
To be Married
MISS RUTH BLOWIR
Forty-Niners
Set Election
The Forty-Niners of Temple
Emanu-El will meet Sunday even-
ing to elect .Is officers and direc-
tors for n'i',L>.63.
Irving Schatzman has been the
senior citizens organization pre.-i-
dent this year
Following the election, the mem-
bers will view motion pictures
f.lmed recently in Israel
The engagement ol Mi .
Blower and Jack K.,--.
nounced this week by Rich
Blower, of Greenville -
er of the bride-to-be
The wedding will laki
this year.
Mis- Blower is the daiuli
the late Mr. and Mr- 1
er. of Columbus, O Sin
uate of Ohio State Univer-r
has been a resident ol Mi
live and a half year- -
count director for Venn,
Associates, public reli tions
Mr. Kas-ewiiz i- Sunda;
c.f The Miami New- anil i-
known in local Jewish
moved to Miami in 1954
. gton, Hi.- moth< r .
four brothers. Harold K
and Leon Kaye, are .
lr .lew i-h Communal .
i'ini Beach.
Ruth
is an-
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Mailbox Improvement Week
Postmaster E M
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Installation Set
Tifereth Jacob
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Temple Tifereth Jacob, the Sister-
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Mrs Nathan Becker, vice presi-
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United Synagogue of America, will
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Mrs. Sam Seidle. president; Mrs.
Charles Kirsch. Mrs. Max Lebo-
witz. and Mrs. Sam Aller. vice pres-
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Pilkington
MISS ARLCHl fRANKU
Frankel. Winter
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D
Frankel, 6U0 SW 62nd pi., an
r.i unce the enya^ement of their
daughter, Arlene Merle, to Mich
ail Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Winter. Milwaukee. Wise.
The wedding is planned for July
22.
Cardiac Hospital
Plans Installation
Annual joint installation luncheon
el South Florida chapters of Na-
titinal Children's Cardiac Hospital,
honoring outgoing and incoming of-
ficers of the women's organizations.
will he held. Tuesday. May 29, in
the Alhambra Grand Ballroom of
the Seville Hotel.
Cocha^red by Mrs. Roger Grant.
of Flamingo chapter, and Mrs. Sol
Goldberg, of North Dade chapter,
the joint affair is scheduled to start
at 11:30. Participating in the pro-
gram, in addition to officers of the
free, non-sectarian hospital devoted
exclusively to young heart patients,
will be Mrs. Leo Robinson and R.
Williams Apte, named "Queen and
King of the Land of the Mending
Heart" at the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital Coronation Ball
last January.
New chapter presidents for the
1962-3 year include Mrs. Michael
Bland, succeeding Mrs. Philip Ben-
o 11. Miami chapter: Mrs. Burt Top-
; n, taking over from Mrs. Ro^cr
Grant, Flamingo chapter; Mrs.
M ,n- Reisel, relieving Mrs. Sol
: Idberg, North Dade chapter; and
Mrs Michael Fel.iman. elected to
i red Mrs. Benjamin Smith.
Si litli Dade chapter.
sidents of 'lie Miami Beach
. Broward cha] ters reelected [or
. : ,, rm an Mrs. Nal Fried-
,nd Mrs, Jaj mons, respec
New President
For Torah PTA
Mrs Bwald Ziffer, immediate
p. -i president of Beth Torah Con-
gregation PTA, turned over the
president's gavel to Mrs Ronnie
Friedel at the annual election of
officers of the religious school PTA
Wi dnesday evening.
Outgoing officers and board
members were honored in a pro-
gram whose theme was "Journey
into Outer Space."
With Mr-. Friedel on the slate
are Mrs. Jack Lavin. [und-raising;
Mrs. Nat Glazier, holiday; Mrs. Al
Kaufman, program; Mrs. Carl
Zwerner, membersh.p: Mr- Ar-
thur Hirschberg, treasurer; Mrs.
Paul Left, recording secretary;
Mrs. Leonard Goldberg, corres-
pon ing secretary; and Mrs. Ben
Karp. social secretary.
In observance Of Lag B'Omer,
B
tiic day at Greynolds Park on Sun-
day.
L'ndcr the leadership of Mrs.
Ziffer. Mrs. Glazier, and Mrs. Fne
del. members of the PTA will pre
pare refreshments in honor ol
Mother's Day.
Faculty-student and parent-child
baseball and volley ball games will
! e arranged, as well as games with
other synagogues in the same area
of the park.
The student and Alef congrega-
tion of Beth Torah will conduct
final services of the school year
Saturday morning, at 10 a.m.
Special invitations will be issued
to the parents of the students, and
the board of directors and officers
of the student congregaion will be
honored.
On Tuesday evening, May 29. the
student congregation will hold its
annual banquet prepared by the
PTA for members who have attend-
ed services regularly.
Highlights of the program will
lie the original rhymes created by
Abraham J. Gittelson. education
director, about the officers ana
board of directors.
The Men's Club of Beth Torah
will have a dinner meeting on Mon-
day night. May 28. at 6:30 p.m.
In charge of reservations are
' Louis Sahm and George Saks.
Mrs. Milton to be Installed President;
Record of Outgoing Year Will be Offered
Orthodox Unit
Slates Installation
Florida chapter. Women's Branch
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America, will in-
stall new officers at a meeting on
Monday, at 1 p.m.. in the Commun
ity room of the Miami Beach Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Abra-
ham Levitan. and Mrs. Alfred
Stone will be installing officer
The meeting will be followed by
-, "Get-Acquainted" party
MRS. MILTON UVINSON
Mrs. Levinsohn
To Accept Gavel
Mrs. Milton Levinsohn was elect-
ed president of the Women's Divis-
ion Chamber of Commerce, Surf-
s de. Bal Harbour, and Bay Harbor I
Islands for the 1962-63 season at a
business meeting at the Florida
Shores hotel. She succeeds Mrs.
George Valentine.
A former resident of Chicago,
Mrs. Levinsohn has lived in Surf-
side with her husband for the past
seven years.
Long associated with char.table
and civic enterprises, she is a char-
ter member of the Women's Divis-
ion. and has served as vice presi-
dent of program for the last three
years. She is presently serving as
v.ce president of membership for
the National Council of Jewish
Women, Bay Division.
Installation of new officers will
be held Wednesday evening at the
Balmoral hotel. The program will
include dancing, entertainment,
and refreshments. Mr. Mills Mc-
Neel, HI. president of the Cham
ber of Commerce. Surfside. Bal
Harbour, and Bay Harbor Islands,
will install the officers.
Also to be installed are execu-
tive vice president, Mrs. Ann
Louise Pober; vice presidents,
Mesdames Martin Bloch, Fred
Katz, Herman Bloom, Walter Shwit-
zer. and Sanford Jacobson.
Recording secretary, Mrs. Made-
line Beller; corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. George Meisel; finan-
cial secretary. Mrs. Sidney King;
treasurer. Mrs. Daniel Wolfe; par-
liamentarian, Mrs. Louis Samuels.
Chairmen of the day are Mrs.
Walter Shwitzcr and Mrs. Freda
I.tvmc. Mrs. Beulah Butler. Mrs
Adele Katz and Mrs. Lil Blatt are
in charge of reservations.
A year's review on film will be
presented at the installation of the
Miami chapter of Hadassah on
Monday at a luncheon at Leonard's
1 a Pena restaurant. 7-100 Bird rd.
New president is Mrs Joseph Mil-
ton.
Along with the gavel, Mrs. Leon-
ard Wolpe. .outgoing president, will
Emanu-EI Camp
Program Set
Temple Emanu-El's summer day
camp will have Milton Feinstein
Miami Beach Senior High football
coach and American history teach-
er, as camp director for the fifth
consecutive year.
Feinstein said th.s week, "the
entire camp staff had been engag-
ed, and we're delighted with the
calibre of men and women who will
be working with the children.
"The swimming instructor is a
Red Cross-approved teacher who is
a former ail-American performer,
and our program coordinator and
arts and crafts personnel have had
extensive training in Judaica," he
added.
Camp schedule for 4-year-olds is
for half days, and full days for
5 to-12-year-olds. Prepared lunches
are being offered for the first time
this year.
present Mrs Milton with the pasl
\ear's achievement a total of
SGa.000 was ra:sed for the various
projects in Israel and in the United
States, and a membership of i,y><
women, with 318 life members
within the chapter's 11 groups.
Mrs. Milton's executive board is
! comprised of four vice presidents
Mrs. Jacob Bornstein, Mrs. Morris
LauretZ, Mrs. Max Swartz and Mrs
'Stanley Tinier; and treasurer. Mrs
Harry Tav-s Mesdames David Al
terman, Albert Garwood, Julius
Kletsky are recording, correspond-
and financial secretaries, re-
spectively.
New group presidents will b<
Mrs, Allan Miehaclson. Aviv a Mrs
Michael"Krop, Cha;; Mrs. Robert
Josephine, Albert Einstein, Mrs
Milton Weinstein, Kadima; Mrs.
Howard Turchin. Kinneret; Mrs.
Harold Abbott. Menorah; Mrs.
Lf-Uis Alexander. Mt. Scopus; Mrs
Alvin Burger. Naomi: Mrs. Peart
Silver man, T.kvah; Mrs. Sidney
Langer, Torah; and Mrs Nat Gold--
berg, Chaim Weizmann.
Zamora Sisterhood Luncheon
Temple Zamora Sisterhood wilt
hold its monthly luncheon and card
party Wednesday noon. Mrs. Sam
Fozeen is chairman for the day.
FIELDS DOUBLE UNVEILING SUNDAY
Hope School Closes Season
Hope School for Mentally Retard- presented by lcau'.:e president
ed ChJdren held its closing meet. ^S^s Boy Scouts, head-
ing "i eason at the Seville^ ,)y Scoutmaster, Phineas Bluc-
Inesday, noon. M>ck. presented a program, ami
Top bowlers of the Hope School Judy Holland, executive director,
bowlin lived trophies reported on the school's activities.
HARRY FIELDS
ROSE FIELDS
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The Family of Rose and Harry Fields
extend an invitation to their friends
to attend
the unveiling of c monument
to the memory of their parents
which is scheduled to be held at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
at 2 P.M. this Sunday, May 20th.
Dr. lrvir at the memorial ceremonies
The couple, who were well known r civic and
philanthrop were life members cf Be
David S ,lie Hebrew Ac
emy, Incurable Ho I rooklyn, New York, River-
dale Old Age Home, New York, the Jewish Home for
the At and Donor al Mt. Sinai Hospital,
Mia ach.
The Fields also donated the first Torah when the new
Temple Emanu-EI building was completed at 1701 Wash-
ington Avenue.
Mrs. Fields won particular recognition for her efforts
en behalf cf servicemen during World War II During
one holiday season she hosted 1,800 meals to men in
The armed forces.
Surviving their parents are one son, Jack Goldstein;
Three daughters, Mrs. Mollie Kessler. Mrs. Sophie Gil-
bert, Mrs. Jean Deblenger, also seven grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.


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Jmtsti fh^rkfian
Friday. May 18, 1962
At presentation ceremony to Phillip Berkowitz. honorary life
president of Beth El Congregation, are (left to right Abe Chiel,
president; Berkowitz; and Rabbi Sclomcr. Schiff, ppir.tuci
leader. 1^l
Gold Elected Club Fre^der^
Beth El Tribute
To Berkowitz
rivll p Berkowitz, inncran life
presi I.: of Beth El Congregation,
; .,. hi m i cent testimon-
ial d.rni r tc li red by the con-
_, i r I many years ol
lin (. and me u to the continuous
Ah-.'! Ch presi T< ii a
chair '' hich will
|. -i1 pi...... PU Pi'
i | Beth El's ^anctuarj : i Berki
it2 e
Also present!--' by Rabbi So'a-
m" 1 Cchif.. soi-itual leader, was
a bro-ze piacue ar\i a picture in
memory 'he l?*e Mrs. Esther
Ferkowi'i wai placed on the west
wall of the rf wly-decorated Beth
El Aud'torium.
Sam Mi. r chairman, ex
i, led luced
Oscar R ho served
\ speaking as
Mrs. Jack Shi pit pi I the
Dtth El Sisl
Dinner con n ttei includi d Si n
\ iller, chairm; n: Max Rappaport,
c chairman; Mrs, Jack Shap i
Mr and Mrs S S VI
i hiel, !! mar 'h: bner. Georgi il
- Joel Za is, H> man Kam, Isa-
- n mr Schwartz,
and Mrs, .'"-' ph Rotenl
Statt
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: t; William
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nt-al
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Sathan 1
Sai
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Friday. May 18. 1962
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du ^-J* m let <^cn wa r tz
Beth Shirah Founders Dance
Double celebration is being plan-
ned by Temple Beth Shiran. 1152"
S. Dixie hwy
A founders dinner dance and tes-
timonial, marking Rabbi and Mrs.
Morris A. Skop's 25th anniversary
in the Florida rabbinate, will be
held on Saturday. May 25. at the
Di Lido hotel. peaker will
be Babbi Leon Kronish, ol Temple
Beth Sholom. Ed Felrlstcin. found-
ers plaque chairman, will dedicate
rnd unveil the plaque containing
the names of the first 120 families
who helped found Temple Beth
ShifSh. -
Mrs Jjck Somberg, pn sident
the Sisterhood, and Louis
lub president, will I
brief messages of plans for the ne
\ ear. l.< in Rot tl, pre.He:.I Ol '
advisory council, will also speak
Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb and
Mrs. Milton Conrad will preser.' i
musical program, to be followed by
dancing. Lee Aerenspn is. dinner
chairman.
Interest slowly warming up for the second primary Stan Gold-
berg. Ni rib Miami Beach planning expert, tavored to grab Democratic
nomination for commissioner of inland navigation Wives of Ma:
Engiander and Milton Friedman campaigning for state committee
woman spot Holmes Braddcck picking up liberal support in bid tor
school board seat Victories of Claude Pepper and Dante Fascell
treated well nationally as vindication ol Kennedy program ami firm
establishment of Greater Miami as liberal oasis of the South.
E. Albert Pallot, bead of the City of Miami beautification commit-
tee, plugging the 'Make Miami Beautiful" contest in between his1
duties as "banker, civic leader, and fund-raiser for Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital Never has the Dado county courthouse been so depressed
as over loss ol Judge Phil Goldman. Attorneys who sent out letters,
contributed money, and secured topflight newspaper endorsements.
reported kicking themselves" over failure to mount an effective cam-
paign. Henry Balab.-n's wife deserves great measure of credit for Un-
popular Miami vice mayor's victory .
And victorious Judge Balaban was out again Sunday We spot-
ted him at the dedications of the Pap Center Institute, and a few min-
utes later at the opening of the Parkinson Foundation's new home .
Also on hand at both was Metro chairman Alex Gordon, who attended ,
the edlc II in dinner for the Cancer Institute Sunday night at which
we spotted Leo and Babette Ackerman, the Louis Glatsers, the Sid Raf-
fels, the Leonard Wiens, the Leonard Eggerts, J. Gerald Lewis, James
Albert and .kiii> others Then it was over to the Fontainebleau for
the reception cf the national mayors' conference ... On hand were
Councilmen Ken Oka, Mai Englander, Mel Richjrd and many more
politicos Marcie Liberman has been having a tough siege of
asthma Leading to reports that both he and Wolfie Cohen will not
seek reelecti n

Among those being touted as possible council candidates are for-
mer Mayor Harold Shapiro, Joe Malek, Ted Cohen, Revy Balkin, Wal-
ter Lebowifz and Hal Herti Judge Goldman's a cinch to get a top
county attorney spot if another appointment doesn't come through .
Judge Jason Berkman's victory was so decisive that he is being touted
as a sure bet for mayor or vice mayor of Miami Beach in the future,
following in the Oka-Englander tradition His popular clerk. Gene
Beck, picking up more support in his race for Democratic committee-
man.
Dr. Saki W. Brown, of Columbia, and Rabbi Arthur Lelyvald, of
Cleveland, will discuss "The Future of Jewish Culture in the U.S." at
Sunday's 74th anniversary meeting of the Jewish Publication Society
at the Warwick hotel in Philadelphia National meeting oi the
American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem slated June
12 in New York Local participants will include Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Popick, of Mechanics Uniform Service Raves for Dr. Saehar's son
during recent speaking tour will have his father hard-pressed to outdo
him during the Brandeis University dinner next week.
Dr. Erich Rosenthal, of Queens College, in New York has been
awarded the first National Council of Jewish Women's S5.000 fellowship
in honor of Hannah G. Solomon, given to a scholar engaged in original
research and writing on American Jewish life National UJA cash
di'iv* to raise S39.500.000 by June 11 has moved past the half-way
mark aci I linj to chairman Israel D. Fink, of Minneapolis Cash
meeting sel June 11 at the Savoy Hilton in New York City, with part
time Miami leveloper Joe Meyerhoff in charge.

Lee Howard, former vice mayor of Surfside. beaming over con-
tinued success of Freedom Train documents He's the fellow who
guided that noted project for the Ford Foundation Another of our
town's top public relations executives, Hank Meyer, has added Bur
dine'B five department stores as an account Annual membership
dinner of Museum of Science and National History set May 30. With
Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub again president Vice president Morris
Drapkin, o: Dade County Federation of Labor, stresses that the unions
have dropped 'heir "Scab County. U.S.A." campaign but are continu-
ing fight tinsl Metro's hiring of "strike breakers" in bus dispute,
ami are b.: mg tor more recognition of organized labor as a rce n
Dad coui In our opinion, union public relations here i- poores
Ln ,.. | md the bus strike sel b ck the cause ol labor by many.
man'- year, Mayor Robert King High has sent out letters I i all labor
,...:. ; i, forming then, of withdrawal of the boyc. Urn. isure.
legrees J m 10 I r Pea*
Corps din : R Sargent Shriver. Fr. Theodore M. Hesbur--i president
0f x Dr. Mord = cai M. Kaplan, Arthur Hays Su'.iberger and
Lawrence a en, Palm Beach and N V rk attorr.e> an reali r
Akiva Goffer, of Zim Lines elated over soo
that the Israeli shipping firm .11 haw a .direct, round-ti j .
.no!. v HaifainDeccn year Israel B
ha. confiri repeat of its Pan Amer-
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Pi lambda Phi Meeting
Pi Lambd i Phi Alumni Asm. w is
lo have a rner meeting at p m
Thursday in the Sorrento n Stall
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George Orr. assistant state at-
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Friday. May 18. 1962
Temple Emanu-EI Affiliate Groups Will
Install Officers'at Friday Services
Attention will be focused on the
Brotherhood. S.sterhood and ETA
of Temple Emanu-EI this Friday
evening, when Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, spiritual leader of the con-
eregation. will install officers and
directors of the three organiza-
tions.
The leaders will gather in Sirkin
Hall at 6 p.m. for a traditional
Sabbath dinner and then enter the
ry to worship at the tat
Frid service

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I.. :;- in, Wlllian Kill
Mill i lei, Noah
l \ nan I Siller
I... 11.11.1 Olickmii n.
b-nr, Harvej OoUlstein. Sol (I Id-
' \ I Fordon, 111 Han Is, IT.
Mil lei Hor Its, William K
Mm Koret! v ed Le\ i. Philip
m in li I, Qershon Miller. M> i on i
Mil i k. Alb. 11 i isslp, In Ing i:- I

. Simon E Ru
bin, David Sa Irving Schatx-
iii.ni. Dr, Arth ir 81 o, Jack Silver-
man, Milton Sirkin. Milton Smith,
.1 ... Spund, Fred Kteli I harles
Ktrelser, Charles IVelnberg", Charlei
VTaverg, Theodore Zalli a
Paul presidents advisor} board are
I iae| li Abelow, Jules P. < 'ham
Judge Irving' Cypen, Allen Goldberg.
H; i li Kout, and l r. H Ue< h-
Temple Emanu-EI Slsterh.....1 pres-
ident Is Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Honorar?
vlc< president i- Mrs Irving Lehr-
man. Vice prefMtnts are Mrs Leon-
ard Abramson, administration; Mrs.
Herbert S snapiro, education; Mrs.
M.,\ Bodermanj fund-raising*; and
Mrs Th.....lore Zalles, public relations,
Treasurer is Srs Samuel Ginsberg:.
Others argsjiasistant treasurer, Mrs
Sam WleseA; recording secretary,
Mrs Murray* Malsel; corresponding
retary, Miss Lillian *:.....Iman; so-
cial ... r.-i.ir>. Mrs Jacob ECatsman;
auditor, Mrs. Leonard Gllckman; fi-
nancial secretary, Mrs. Charles Ros-
engarten; historian, Mrs. Julius Sap-
ersteln and chaplain, Mrs Milton
Smith
Board of dlrei tors are Met
Joseph Abelow, Ilir.-li Adler, Arthur
Applebaum, Max Bauer, B I Binder,
Mill, n Blum, Harr} Brick, Louis
Bunim, Jack Carner, Jules Channlng.
Cohen, Mortimer Cohen, Irv-
ing Cowan, Daniel Dubbin, Milton
Feller, G..... FVuec, Jack Fox, Sam-
uel Frledland, Maui l< i I;.. ns, Ben
Zlon Ginsberg, Allen Goldlierg, Ray-
mond <;.....Iman, Benjamin Greene.
And Mesdames Ell ol Harris, Bei -
nun' Kaplan, Harr) Kaplan, Saul
Kaplan, William Kline, Al.xunder
Kogan, Harry Koretzky, M n K
v.-1/. .\|.,ii is I ..,;.>..-. Han > l .,-.
ii. r, Ri uben Levin, Harold l.evey, l-i -
don Lorber, Joseph M i Ipton, Sam-
uel Upton, Raj mond M ilsi hli k. Her-
man Mechlowltz, Myron Mitnick,
JSmil Morton, Henr> Peni >nnsky.
.-. Earl
Paul i n. Jack Poi
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And M lami Harr- Pi ti I, Lei
Ratni H v
-in. .' : Sin E
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Sol SilVi t :

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11 pn si.!, n: Is Ml s
] i \ i; i :i I '.ist presidents ad-
Mesdami e Jos-
eph Abelow. Milton Feller, Sol
Siller, I : : : Ireene, Th..... i
Hankoff, Raphael K. Vui
hi. Mesdames
li rsch Adler Joseph Bach is. Barbara
Itessey, Bob Bezark, Jack Blrnba
Martin orkan, Harry Brick, li
Cypen. Seymour Elsenberg, Leon Ep-
stein. Irv ng Flrtel, William Frledop-
Sol Gi ;ii i.,11. Li onard Gllckman,
Sol Goldstein, Florence Goldrlng
Also Mesdames Robert Green, Wil-
liam Gordon, Charles Insler, Bernard
Kaplan, Gerald Knauer, Murry Kor-
etzky, Morris Krovetz, Albert Laufer,
Meyei l bovlt, Alfred Levl, Reuben
Levin, Murray Malsel, Raymond Mal-
ck, Samuel Mazor, Myron Mil nick. I
Albert Os* I
And Mesdames William Relff, Leo
.i. in R< -ii.. \. Sej mour
Rubin. Harold Segal, Philip Segal,
Bernard Selevan, Stuart Simon, Fred-
rick Stein, Conine Tomack, Th.....as I
ii.iii. Harold I'nger, Ian Wallack, I.I
N. Welnkle. Robert Weltz
\ ilnal Ing i ommittee for 1M3-61
ii. Mesdames Milton Feller, chair-
man, and Raphael tunes, Benjamin]
Greene, I N. Welnkle, Irving Cypen
n Rothsteln, William Relff.
Beth David
Will Nominate
Beth David's 50th annual congre-
ssional meeting to nominate of-
ficers and a board of directors will
, take place on Thursday. May 24,
815 p.m.. in Spector Hall.
The nominating committee, head-
ed by Sidney M. Aronovitz. includes
\ J. Beer, Leonard Gordon. Dr.
M. A. Kleiman. Samuel Ostrowsky.
Frank Rose, Phillip Schiff. Herbert
Sher, Harry Simons and Lewis
Slernshein.
TO THE PEOPLE
OF THE THIRD
CONGRESSIONAL
DISTRICT AND
DADE COUNTY
RA3SI BOMS HACKO/SXY
Youthful Rabbi
Off to New
Australia Post
The appointment of Rabbi Boris
A. Rackovsky to head the B'na
B'rith Hillel program at the Uni-
versity of Melbourne and Monash
University in Australia has oeen
announced by Dr. William Haber.
chairman of the National Hillel
Commission and professor of econ-
omics at the University of Michi-
gan
Rabbi Rackovsky. 33. is current-
ly director of the Hillel program at
Indiana University in Bloomington,
Ind. A graduate of Yeshiva Col-
lege .n New York, where he receiv-
ed his degree. Rabbi Rackovsky
was ordained by the Rabbi Isaac
Eichanan Theological Seminary in
1951. He attended the Graduate
School of Columbia University from
where he received a Master's de-
gree in Semitics. He is currently
a candidate for a Doctorate at the
Hebrew Union College.
Rabbi Rackovsky is the son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Rackov-
sky, spiritual leader of Beth
Tfilah Congregation on Miami
Beach. He is married to the for-
mer Ruth Saal, of Miami, and
has three children. The family
is scheduled to embark for Aus-
tralia this month.
Maurice Spector. president of
the Indiana State Assn.. B'nai
B'lith, in a letter to Rabbi Bons
Rackovsky, declared on hearing
the news of the youthful spiritual
leader's departure: "It is all too
rare in the B'nai B'rith story thai
, a man is found who dedicates his
lite completely to an ideal. You
are such a man. Your work at
the Hillel Foundation at Indiana
' University has. in my opinion, been
outstanding. Not only have you
given complete dedication to this
1 foundation, but you have been bas-
ically responsible for the creation
, ef the new (hair of Judaic Stud-
ies."
Choi Chapter
Plans Installation
Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold its sixth annual
installation function Tuesday eve-
ning at the Deauville hotel.
Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of
District 5. B'nai B'rith Women, will
stalling officer as Mrs Oscar
ithal turns over the gavel of
presidency to Mrs. flora Sinick.
Mrs Esther Lerman, founder
lent of ( hai char'' r and
li : the Mian
B ii B'ril Women, will of
,-\ ical
[icers to bi ii
- Ruth Core;
..
i
'. n isur r; Paul

Ben
Hammi
: lammer. s i J
parl anan;
I sdverstein
Zimmerman, historian; Nathan
Rosenblum, sentinel; Sadie Steier,
guardian; and Joseph Pollack, hos-
pitality
Counsellor to Chai chapter will
bo Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal. Trustees
Lag B'Omer Picnic
Temple B'nai Sholom of Opa-
locka will hold a traditional 1
B'Omer picnic on Sunday at 10 ..
a.m.. in Greynolds Park.
CLAUDE PEPPER
Your confidence in me expressed at the
polls on Tuesday, May 8, will always make me
humble and grateful.
I hope that my distinguished opponents,
all of you who voted for us, and many more,
will give me your continued confidence and
support through the general election in No-
vember.
You may be sure that I shall seek always
to serve faithfully the people of the Third Dis-
trict, Dado County, our State and our Country,
and everyone of you, individually, in any way
I can.
Again, with deepest thanks, I am
Alwy itncerely
,i .! tsV.
Rabbi Abramowitz
Off to Convention
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. ,:
Temple Menorah, has ben im i
io participate in the World Coi
of Synagogues international
vention to be held in Jerus;
May 29 t< '. He will join a i
: -cussion on "The Role oi Y
in the Sj
Th. ening -
, be .:.' : by Pri ii l< nl
Ben-Z
i, r i"' I' V.: iirs. Dr. Z
.'. .'''
Major a I res ill 11 d
,,: b> i>:- Simon On ei '
Prol \ ham J. Heschel, t\
;!< world foremost Jevi-ii
..I -
, re Mesdames Esther Len
: Max Kern. Ruth Corey. Ida 0l
and Oscar Rosenthal. Chairman of
11 -1 evening will be Mrs. Max Ken
Chamber Names
Pallot to Unit
Norton Pallot. member of the
hoard of directors of the Better
Business Division of the Miami-
Dade County Char of Com-
merce, has been n hairman
of a new comm.ttec ti stigate
fraudulent land sales advertising.
"There are no regulatory stan-
dards for land sale advertising
uith.n the state." reports Pallot,
"which leads to misleading state-
ment and even falsehoods design-
ed to sell acreage that may not ordi-
narily be considered a good inve-t
merit.
"Advertisini; placed by these
same sellers outside the state," -a\ -
Pallot, "is subject to Florida Real
Estate Commission regulations. We
feel that Florida residents and visi-
lors are entitled to the same pro-
tection against uncontrolled claims
and misinformation as people out-
1 side Florida."
The committee will hold a series
of meetings before making recom-
mendations to the Chamber of
Commerce.
Pallot, a native I ian, is pres-
ident of Noiton Tire Co.
WANTED!
(AND NEEDED!)
a man who will represent ALL the Democrats of Dade County
SO BE ON THE LOOKOUT!
MAY 29th at your voting booth
FOR
JAMES J. Alias 'Jimmy1
JAMES
NOTORIOUS CANDIDATE FOR
DEMOCRATIC
STATE COMMITTEEMAN
COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION
HAS SERVED TIME!! 8 years hard labor on The Dade County
Democratic Executive Committee
(NOW SERVING AS GROUP CHAIRMAN)
REWARD
OF KNOWING YOU ELECTED THE RIGHT MAN!!!
PULL LEVER 19-A
THANK YOU
1M Pol Ad*
ELECT
ERNEST C.
"Ernie"
ALLEN
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 2
"Courteous, Prompt &
Efficient Service"
Dedicated Experienced
Qualified
I HIGHLY ENDORSE ERNEST ALLEN TO THE
POST OF CONSTABLE FOR THE SECOND DIS-
TRICT, AS I HAVE KNOWN ALLEN FOR MANY
YEARS AS TRUSTWORTHY AND HONORABLE.
Sincerely HY SOOTIN.
May 29 PULL LEVER 15-A
Pd. Poi. Adv.


Friday, May 18. 1962
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Page 13-B
J%ar 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 you courtesy of Blacks'one Flower Si-ops in time
for the occasion.
Murray Cohen
Steven Stamlcr
Jerry Sperling
'n Saturday n May i:i
\. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
S rling, and grandson of Mr. and
.. William Sperling and Mr. and
- Irving Ginburgh. will lx' Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Zion. Rabbi Al-
lied Waxman will officiate.
A seventh grade student at West
Miami Junior High. Terry is a Lit-
tle League all-star pitcher at the
u.st Miami Recreation Center He
plans to continue his studies in the I
Temple's confirmation class.
His parents will host the Kiddush |
in his honor.
* *
Mrk Marbey
Mark Leonard, son of Mr and
Mrs. Irving Marbey. will become
Bar Mitzvah at Beth David's Sat-
urday morning service. May 19.
with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro of-
ficiating.
An honor student in the seventh
grade at Shenandoah Junior High.
Mark is president of the Mathe-
matics Club and collects stamps.
In honor of his Bar Mitzvah. his
parents will sponsor the Oneg Shab-
bat on Friday and the Kiddush on
Saturday.
*
Steven Stamlcr
The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Alan
Stamlcr will take place on Saturday
morning, May 19. at Temple Men-
orah, with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz officiating.
Steven is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman J. Stamler. and the grand-
and Mr-.
. the gi a uatii class ol
I he Temple religious s< hool
an honor student at Nautilus Jun-
ioi High IK plays in the school
band and won the outstandins
Ictic award.
Kiddush alter services and a re
ception and dinner at the Rascal
House in the evening will be held
in his honor.
*
Murray Cohen
Bar Mitzvah of Murray, son ot
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cohen, will
be celebrated Saturday morning.,
May 19. at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. I
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Murray is a seventh grade hon-
or student at Nautilus Junior High,
where he is a member of the band.
He is a drama student and collects
stamps and coins.
Relatives of the celebrant, who
are also members of the Temple,
and will be present at the cere-
mony, include his grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Scheehter.
and Harry Cohen, and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Scheehter. his aunt and
uncle.
A reception in the Bar Mitzvah's
honor will be held following the
ceremony, and dinner at the Carillon
hotel in the evening.
*
Steven Becker
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Stev-
en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Ei k' r, Si turday morning
s, May 19, at Temple Ner
Tamid.
St< '-en i- a student of the Tem-
ple's religious School, and attends
Nautilus Junior Hi^h.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low the ceremonj
V *
Norman Fledell
Saturday afternoon. May 19. Nor-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Fledell. will be Bar Mitzvah at the ,
Israelite Center, with Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky officiating.
Norman is a student in the Cen-,
tor's religious school and at Shen-
Hair Stylist
Wins Top Award
A Miami Beach hair stylist's
creation has been selected as the
Outstanding Hairdo of 1962 by the
Hair Fashion Council of America,
and Lt. Col. John Glenn's space
flight was the inspiration.
The hair style, called the "Zero-
G-Coif." is the creation of Louis
Thomas, a partner in Louis and
August's Beauty Salon, 1020 Lin-
coln Road Mall.
The Hair Fashion Council select-
ed the Zero-G" as the hairstyle
for 1962 at the group's annual meet-
in 4 at the Waldorf Astoria in New
York, during the International Con-
\. ntion of Hairdressers. The Coun-
cil is composed of 80 of the na-
tii 'is leading hair stylists.
Kay Satterfield. president of the
Fashion Council, telegraphed Louis
rnd August's salon that "we are
confident that the ideas you pro-
jected will sweep the nation."
The "Zero-G-Coif' embodies two lessness, as inspired by the Astro-
tends in halrdressing, according to nauts, and the second is lifted lines
Mr Louis." The first is weight- moving upward rather than out.
Carter Seeks
Reelection Here
Jerry W. Carter, member of the
Florida Railroad and Public Utili-
ses Commission, has achieved an
impressive record of service for
Florida taxpayers, according to his j
supporters.
"He has been instrumental in.
saving the people of Florida almost >
$200 million in freight and utility
rutes during his terms in office, j
and his positive action in holding
the hne on rate increases demand
cd by public utilities and common
carriers during this time has sav-
ed Florida residents additional
millions of dollars," they declare.
Carter it running to succeed
himself to the post in the May
29 election.
Soliciting support here, Carter
said: "During the next four years i
in Florida, the transportation and
utilities services will be burdened :
far beyond their present capacity ;
in order to meet the increasing de-1
mands of a growing population and j
a stepped up space program. This j
pei'.od will require the skill and i
experience of my veteran service
on the Railroad and Public Utib-1
ties Commission."
andoah Junior High He plays clar-
inet in the school band and is a Lit-
tle Leaguer
Shalos Seudos will follow the re-
ligious c< remony.

Lana Rosenberg
Temple Z.on will be the site ot
the Bas Mitzvah of Lana. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rosen
berg, and granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Blackstone and
Mr. and Mrs. Kmanuel Lang, on
Friday evening. May 18. Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman will officiate.
Lana is a seventh grade student
;it West Miami Junior High and
plans to continue in the Temple's
confirmation class.
The Oneg Shabbat will he spon-
sored by her parents in her honor
Melvin F. Burton, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
May 19. at Temple Emanu-El. Dr.
living Lehrman will officiate.
A seventh grade honor student at
Naultilus Jun.or High, the celebrant
plays clarinet in the school band
pnd won honorable mention In the
school's Science Fair. He Is a
drama student and collects stamps.
A Kiddush at the Temple on Sat-
urday and .: reception -Sir day al
Se> die hotel will honor the Bar
Mitzvah.
Beautiful, Large Air Cond.
ROOM, S.E. Exp., private bath & en-
trance, large closcti, kitchen privl.,
ncor markets & bus, summer or yrly.,
rental for working person or couple,
Normandy Isle. Call after 5, UN 6-1872
CANTOR-HEBREW TEACHER
Bar Mitivah a specialty, perfect Baal
Korch, seeks yearly or High Holiday
position or Sexton's position. Cantor
H. T., Box 2973, Main Post Office,
Miami 1, Fla.
Steven Spielman
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will ot-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Stev-
en, son of Mrs. Maxmc Spielman,
during services Saturday morning,
May 19. at Beth David.
A seventh grade student at Shen-
andoah Junior High, the celebrant
won an honorable mention in the
South Florida Science Fair. He is
studying the clarinet and is build-
ing a home laboratory.
Mrs. Spielman will be hostess at
the Shalos Seudos following the
ceremony.
* *
Richard Burton
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
LEAVING MIAMI
HOME FOR SALE
3 bedrtns. Shopping 1 block. Bus stop
at corner. 5 minutes from the Mile
.ind downtown Miami.
Call JOHN ANKA. Owner
HI 4-5047
3775 S.W. 1 Street
? HELP WANTED MALE
BOOKKEEPER
FULL CHARGE

? Institutional or hospital ex-
* perience preferred, must un-
derstand Yiddish. Excellent
? future. 5-Day Week. Submit
\ resume and references. State
? salary desired. Write Mr. S.,
? Box 2973, Main Post Office,
t Miami 1, Fla.
Rabbi Shapiro
On Television
tual leader of Beth David Congre-
gation, will participate in the tele-
vision program, "Still Small
Voice." on Sunday. 10 a.m.. over
eh 7. WCKT.
Sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, the program will be
in honor of Yom Ha'Moreh. Teach-
ers Day. Louis Schwartztnan. di-
rector of the Bureau, will act as
moderator for a panel discussion,
and Rabbi Shapiro will be the in-
troductory speaker,
REPUBLICANS
DON'T LOSE BY DEFAULT
VOTE TUESDAY
MAY 29th
FOR
Robert A. Peterson
CONGRESSMAN 3rd DIST.
'Stop Pepper With Peterson
1M Pol Adv.

Jo JOo to all those who have defended our beloved America, the
Jewish War Veterans and Mr. Nebo Cemetery
join i nether in a Memorial Day Service, and in humble
ude commemorate the patriotism, valor, and
sacrifice of our heroic dead.
The -raves of those known to us to be War Veterans
will be decorated for the services.
-nbers of your family are invited to attend on
Sunday, May 27, 1962
at 11:00 a.m.
9 be on hand not later than 10:45 a.m.
JHount sJVcto C^cmctc.if
t WATERMELON TIME IS HERE!
S ENJOY ICE-COLD SLICES AT
Chinese Food
Slimmed Down
It is now possible to enjoy Chi-
nese cuisine and not be too i
cerned aboul added avoirdupois.
Al Goldman's Fu Manchu i
rant, at 32S 71 st St., has an entirely
new menu of salt free and non-chol
c.strol delicacies cocked with im-
ported corn oil guaranteed to kei p
the diet-conscious from gaining
surplus poundage,
The taste is the same as the tra-
, ditional Cantonese cuisine, which
has been served for the last 21
years al the Miami Beach restau-
rant, "and just as satisfying as the
i, ularly prepared exotic dishes."
Goldman assured.
Fu Manchu is open seven days
;i week for luncheon, dinner and
supper, and family banquets are
served at specially moderate prices
[or two to six persons.
OUR TABLES ... OR TAKE OUT
ALSO HALVES AND WHOLE
tt2
PHONE IN
YOUR OPOERS
FR 4-2710
FR 4-8783
1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
We Pack 'em RHe Herel
|0ptB Dally & Sun. 9 A.M. II
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'V la the BEST.' -
Express your feelings to your loved ones .
SEND FLOWERS from the
BLACKSTONE FLOWER SHOPS
One of the oldest in Greater Miami lust Phoi"
Serving you 24 hours 1 days UMion 6-1?01
listen to Radio Station WKAT, 1360 ?n your did. evorv Sundt-
7:35 P.M., to th rornm'-nts of th"
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Pctgt? 10-A
Page 14-B
Mental) ftorkttaw
Friday, May 18, 1962

Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
~'
An k
Noted Novelist
To Be Honored
worl !-r n< wi ed Yi
Izer Tolush
' .. 7 i I .'';.
vi ninj Mi j M
Sin re Park hotel
-h has bi i
I ir many yeai

stories I
>bed
Sunday fund
GOLF MAPE EAS,ER
**wfc.:r 5-6-7 : ,v: ;cs
Hand-Made to Match
Your Set
Also Complete Sets Irons
& Woods Hand-Made fo
Fit Your Swing
-k
GOPP'^ G0LF CLUB
WUrr 3 SERVICE
1423 PONCE DE LEON BLVD., C. G.
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
SINGING STRINGS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run TU 8-4521
ART BRUNS. Co Owner
JFC5 Planning Annual Meeting
GRANADA
HOTEL 1013 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH Prvor.e: JE 1-0^96 OPES ALL YEMt ^on por wc'-'< uU per i'ers'>n 2 >n room ALL ROOMS
3 KOSHER MEALS Drt'LY Sat a Sugar Free To EVA A TFRny SPONDER Ownership M ,
irf***"*
?*t
^jOUST BROS Rv
** la the OUST.'
RESORT REPORT: For many years localites .is well as visitors
have decried ihe lack of a resort here comparable to one in the north-
like a Grossinger*s or Concord, where not one or two sports are avail-
able but closer to a dozen.
There's never been" any criticism of the Beachfront hotels and
their facilities, but their sports activity is fairly limited, especially
when you aren't ;; water ian lur swimming or dh ii
Now this area has Doral Hotel and Countr> Club. Here is a typical
northern resort in-planning and layout in the heart of tins wonderful
tropical wonderland, occupying 2.400 acres Ever> outdoor sport
imaginable is ;.: hand for the sports enthusiast.
First, Dcral beasts a inajor championship 18-hole pe'f course,
in>a$inatively cc.-iceived lo give the golfer a true test, whether he
be duffer or scratch player. Each tee has three markers, to suit
the individual's prowess. Each hole is a picture ho!e. No two are
a'ike in any way. Ponds an strategically located to snare your ba'l
if your direction is off.
nest in the i ass
ct itted ball
from I I; i reens are big. but vou ci [he pins.
because they will h Ida i nine or eight i
Mas [raps tricky but ki rs dot thi fairways E
fully I anned or, even though the drive seems long,
you'll win ihara d< s< i
xcellenci \t thi e> text
rei ns on th e. so I i
A bri the finest in I pleted
but ...
i
drhinc to I
; rse. Tennis
giant
the marvelous
two dii .

vacation I
:

ikfor anyi
+ -K *
WONDERFUL v.ORLD OF ENTE:.
; i Vai
Roc. J
st. is thi
" '
iths i i ..
room at thi Foi musical
)i Prado orchestra. /.
- nit-: stars nightly. Frank Natale trio alternates
fun starts at 9:30. There's a Chat pagm Dance every
po, Pupi Campos kid brother, holds over in the Tack
c': !!;t' ful Diplomat, with another group alternating
continuous entertainment and dance sessions
* *
MOVIE PARADE: Double nature'- are popping up at the first-run
houses, The success ol the Cameo and the Cinema in its dual showings
pas) few years, and lack of major products, has the Wometco
people testing the twin bills at their first-run house- this week.
Through Sunday, the I'anb and Miracle are showing two former
big hits, "Pillow Talk." with Doris Day and Hock Hudson and "Petti-
coal Fever.''
Starting Sunday, the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. '
Theatres will bring in 'The World in My Pocket," starring Rod
Steiger, and "Murder She Said," with Arthur Kennedy.
"Five Day Lover." a French import with dubbed in English will '
be the new showing at the Normandic and Parkway. It stars Jean I
Seeberg and Michcline Presle Amazing it is that Miss Seeberg, who I
flopped in American movies, after being highly touted for her first
one. in which she played Joan of Arc, has been a real cupcake in all
her French rolls.
Welcome back. Jack Fink, to your old hometown after a long ab-
sence. Jack is managing the Nurmandie and Surf Theatre-, returning
to the Wometco fold after a long-run managerial post in Tampa.
Jessica." a rollicking tale of the adventures of a sexpot (looking
that is) midwife in an Italian village and her impact on it> social life
is delectable movie fare at the Beach and Olympic Theatres, Angie
Dickinson is in the star role, disturbing the males of the village with
skin-tight shorts and a scooter. The women "fight" Angie's invasion
in a most amusing manner.
* *
RESTAURANT ROW: Full course dinner- In ample variety at most
reasonable prices, in addition to the thick charci i ,k- are
Big Porterhouse
''- over, tt thai it when
is the vis
i,i:"" it Variety is the spic.
hi! sh 79th st. i tei Oi

Joe Cohen aid his hospitable crew make dining at the Rath-
sV-'!?r in the Congress Airport hotel a happy occasion every time.
Luscious, broiled specialities, and a goed variety of entrees add to
the evening's pleasure. Excellent catering for parties is another fea-
ture of Joe Cohan's dining mecca.
-
Villas i-
h, much
ure.
Jewish Family and Chil
. v hi h, id its 12nd annual
meet.i Sui di y May 27, in the
Ri baiyal room ol the Algiers
The meeti traditionally a
brunch is sen duled for 10 3
Guesl -1" aker will be Henry L.
McCarthy, planning consultant for
the Dade County Welfare Planning
Council, and a former Commission-
er of Welfare for the City of New
York. He will speak on "The
Therapeutic Community."
Chaired by Joseph Gassen, the
meeting will also feature a mess-
age from Harold Tannen. JFCS
president, and the report of the
executive director of the agencj
t.eon Fisher, Member- of the new
Women's Committee will bi
ored guests.
Reservations for the meeting,
which is open to the community,
may be had by calling the IF -
i ffices,
New JWV Post Formed
Henry Norton. Miem. attorney
and Florida department comman.
Ii r of the Jewish War Veterans,
l.a- announced the formation ol a
new Jewish War Veteran's Posl in
UllandO, A new charter has
.pprovod by the national comman*
del of the organization.
TODAY
Open 6.45
MISS JONIS YOUR UPPERS
ARE IN PERFECT Shape!"
DENTIST
IN THE CHAIR
Starrint the
CARRY ON' GANG
PEGGY CUMMINS BOB MONKHOUSE
>^ I KENNETH CONNOR ERIC BARKER
'-*&7 ~^>'^. Jfv- V9*-4
TODAY
ONE OF THE
TEN BESTj/ft
World-Telegram I \\1 (
th. Five Day
isveR
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
CAFE'
JARDIN SUISSE
SCfittfiVfiq re-.
*
gwJARPIN SUISSE
honey PLAZA HOTEL 13m Street ord Collins Avenue Miami leach JE ?-S900 ,
fU MAHttM
"Chinese Food Is Best For You!"
All our food is individually prepared. 101 Authentic
items to choose from! If you ore on a Salt-free diet or
Cholesterol diet, specify the exclusion of salt and the
use of corn oil in your order.
You'll be pleasantly surprised.
OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH, DINNER and SUPPER
FU MANCHU RESTAURANT 325 71st St., M.B,
UN 6-4303 Take Out and Delivery Service
. .9
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"^^atttiii
FISH MARKET
Handsomest Seafood Restaurant
anywhere in the world!!!
LUNCHEON from 85C
SERVED FROM 11:45 A.M.
DINNER from 225
SMit ownership it COCKTAIL LOUNOI Ample
We tlmon Tony S*eet' PHONE: piikint spece W
Rntauiant 865-8688 piemisn
1900 N. Bay Causeway (79St Causeway) Miami Beach
- V.nei OPEN EVERY NIGHT
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON end PONT
Hl^5 KOSHER CATERERS
'* '' riori d'oeuvrei lo a complete buHtf
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Under the Supervision of the U.K.A.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS

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Friday, May 18. 1962
+Jewlst Fk>rid/fan
Page 15-B
Doral Appoints
Levine Manager
Martin Levine, veteran Miami
Beacfc hotel executive, has been ap-
pend, .1 general manager of Doral
Hotel and Com
try ( lub, accord
i" to an announ
cement by How
ard Raskel, pres
ident ,>f the re
sort.
In the hotel1
business in Mi
ami nee his die
chari < as a test
pilot nh the An
Forei ;it the con-
clusion of World1
IVar Q. Le v i ne itvmt
m.in. ed some of the principal
hotels and molds in this area dur-
ing the 1950 -
in the Smokies of North Carolina
iii Hi lersonville, he also operated
the summer goll resort-. Lakesi l<
Inn and Golfers' Lodge.
Le\ ne lives at 1801 Cleveland rd .
Bisca; ne Point. ,ith his fam.ly,
and has been a .Miami re>i lei
since 1930
log B'Omer Picnic
David Congregati m's an-
imer :c will
on Sundaj. I i i.m. at Cran-
Park si:,' is the c ivered pit
I par :ing lot 2. I is a
and son baseb and
:tivities Sun I y school
will be suspi for the
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai
undersigned, desiring to engage In
-- un .'i th i etltl : i mimi of
'! I., \.. la-\.-lilllni
1 -oldstcln a K r ssner ;,i Ilia N I:
j"'11 i Noi h Mluii i Beach,
I l.i'-ll Is to -. I ; I I.....Iv To
i the C.rk .; in. fir, ill i in i
if Da |. |,,r| i,
LEVY, [.EVEN rn A I <; I DSTEIN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN A ^ r, for nan- rniiMTy
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55865-B
RE Km.ii. .,,
I i I '. I. .Vl\"
I.....used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All 'redltoi- .....i mi Persons ll.,,
Ing Claims ..i Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate
''V' "Al citn DSTEIN Vou are hereb) ,.....fled and ..--
iViilniTinv ':"''.l:-\'"-l.'vW.. "Wired to present any. claims ami de-
v x '" falohall man I- which sou mi, have against
'"Poiailuii ...11 nw I ,,i. estate ol S1L1A LEVIN .1.....
.. IS-2.i,( l-S late of Dude r,.....i\ Florida ,. i
Islanders Chapter Luncheon
luncheon mi ting of the
ts i hapter i 1 imen's
in ORT was he! Tin
Seville hotel.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' I : IS HI III n\ GIVEX

in ler
A K \ f s ,i
l, ii Ii,
i sni i name uiih the ("lei k
- I'our ol i mli i -in. >
-I.
Ida
thai
,, _... |n
i litlous name .,f
i 'olllns a, enue,
lorl i Intends :> reg-
f the
Klor-
i'a
Judge*
name in
i SecUi
Ih,
in
MOT'CE IND?R
" r-'TIOUS NAME LW
IS HEREBY RIVEN ha,

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- :
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name Ith

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I nd XI
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I.INS AVENl'E
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Aitoi nej for !;;; i 'oliin ,\vi hi in,
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Dogs Get Set
For Racing Here
South Florida's pioneer do:
track, the Blscayne Kennel Club, on
ll-.e North-South Expressway at NW
1i5th St., opens its 35th meeting
Friday, June I, and will run night- '
ly. except Sundays, through Sept.
15 lYst time is 8 p.m.
The summer meet will provide
the only pari-mutuel action in
South Florida.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY

inder I -nan
SHORES RAVEL
.:. r
h the i "lerk
I Court i
:
...... RAVEI. ri.....: \
tn i !: \.....
I I -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
E IS II. ': i:v GIVEN thai
! rsigned, desiring to engage In
inder i n one .-i
'; \Z\ INDlf riSIES al Dad,
i ml in i i-gistei
of ill. |r-
'ouni K.....in
XI. Zl'PPARDu
\i;i 'Hl'R c.\\ vn.\
la.....f
Countj
file the
lid.-d 1
II,--. i!
Courthi
within nix i
time of Hi,
or Hi, mi
Dated at
In) of Ma .
JACK LEVIN
. \
Si >l, LEVIN
As Exe,
CIIEREN ,v GOLDEN
Aii.-i iii torn
' i |ila 11 did mi
l I, i ii
nil,. Florida, to thi
,f l lad,- i *ount). and
d ipli ate and .,- i ro
7:::'. 16, I-' orlda
offlc
l id,
alendar month*
null nl
barred.
Miami. I
iii i .
County, l-i,
fron
n ii.
unl \
the
reof.
91
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 5161
AI.MEE I' HERN .\ I >1 /
I'I.....in'
ye.
SANTl HERN AN I 'KZ,
I -.
Illl) KI.MliAI.I. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
ro SA NT! Mil HERNANDEZ,
A I il iRESS I'NKNi i\VN
l-S YOI .- \.\ il.\,;. HERNANDEZ,
------------addres* unknown, re required to file
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION >ui miswei ,,ni|dalnl fi .1
IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF THE 'oree, ivlth 111, Clerk of tin
ENTER ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Court, and nerve n cop) thereof up-
I.E, >.\ Vltl) KI.MUALI.
' ttorne i '|i ,:
S .". In- .*,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUlT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 62C 4601
\.\TIH 'NY A I- I.' IRENT1NE, ,
Plaintiff,
\ >
Vli d.A I". FLORENTINE.
I n fendanL
I VII d.A P. I LOHENTrNK
Anartnienl J-t", Xleado Court
Al .....i
Clip,,n. \,- Jl )
You, \ lid.A I1 FLORENTINE, I
hei b) notliled t hat ,i Bill ''
ulalnl for i ill i r liaa b< en fill '
.,^:..n-i ) "ii. and ) ou a.....|Ulred I >
.-, \. :i fop) of ) our Answ er ol I 'i,-.,
in:- to the Bill ol Complaint on I
utl ii ii- A I:I' I il' i
I.I :i;. Mli Vliidie) Init, .Miami
Floi Ida and rile th, na kn w ei
:-, the office ,,i the I'lei K -
ih, ii ill 'oui i on or !> i..... tin r '
da) of .1 un.-. 1962 It ) ,,n i.nl t-- -ii
-... j idicn nl Ii) di fault will !> t il
.
,n i he Hill of Comnl
notlei shall lie puhliahed
,-.-,, Ii week lor four consecutive wei .
In THE JEW ISH I- LI "RIDIA.V
DONE VND ORDERED al Miai
iIh L'Ttli day "I April, A '.
11*62
E II LEATHERMAN

I de ,'.,n,*-. i-..., Ida
111 Sell 11
It) K M LY.M VN
I leliul Clerk
A HCDD I it:.
."'. A n-l.A Bulldina
Miami 3 I, I-1"! Ida
Attorne) fm I'la
;. i-il-is-3j

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
LEGAL NOTICF
IN Ti-E CIRCUIT COURT OF thF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
* FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 5233
i'Ei ii. 'iiikni-: r.id-:s
pi itirr.
ElKt'KI C Bi d-:s.
lam
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You HEI "K\ i" in ,l-:s. 12 M
Stn et, Tlpton, Indiana,, ar. hi
' Ifi, lal BUI of 'omplnlni I n
Dlvor, ha heen filed airnln~i
and v' ..... i equiri d to 8ervi .i
( yn Anawei t,. the BUI ol
plaini .n iln- Plain tiff'a Vn
< -akl. v ; Smith. l"l N.W : \
'...... XI mil, Floi Ida, and fill th, i
Inal Ai A.i in i he office of the i
"i ihi n 'ii Coui I .-ii "i hel
l"th ,1 "f June, 1962 If i i fa
to ,1., Judgment bj defa
t.,k. ii Rgiiili.l >.. foi th.....|| -
.....nd. In the BUI of Comi Ii
liN VNIi I 'RDERED al Ml ,
i h Ihia Hth da i of Mai
l LEATHERMAN, i", .
clr. Court, Dadi i',,11111 i-
I wall By HELEN KES.-'LEK
heput) Clerk
" IS-2.1,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELtVLniM JUO CIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 5247
l'\ Vli I II m\i:v.
Ptal llff,
.1 x \li:s UAINEY,
I ,, t. 11 '.ml
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Ti, .1., in 1 laine)
!,- Boulevard Road
s;i 1.1. South ,'arolina
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
-, i-ill "i ciimplaliil lias been fill !
i-,in>i mi and >--ii are required t aerve ., cop) ,,f > n answer ,,1 other
defenalx, pleadlngti thereto upon
plaintiff, nttorney, GL'BENE LEM-
1.1,'li. MI Seybold Building, Ml.inn
Florida, and file the original the.....I
in the Office ,,f the Clerk ,>f the Clr-
nt Cou t "ii "i before the ImIi day
,,f .Inn,. I96S, "i a decree 1......>n
I.--., m III I11 ntered against ) 0
tins 1 un da) of May, 1962
LEATHERXIAN, Cli
mirt, Da,l,- County, l" 11 I
B) HELEN KBSb'LER
1 putj Clerk
5 1--.'.-.. ; 1 .>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
>- 1 E Hr.REB' C.IVEN thai
-n.-.l. ilei-il -a.;, ic
in lei [he fi, one of
" Cl;j, Rocket 1 '-.,!.-
It g it 3161 S.W 1 Vve-
Inl ,1 I- to :-:
1 -' the Clerk ,,t the Clr,
1'.. ,'., ml,. I-' 01
VLL-S1 T KVI WENT
i", >RPI iRATII N
\ iVNER .\ MANNHEIX1ER
-; 01 All-StUI
.". 1 -
IN CHANCERY.
62C 4767
ONAHl'E,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No. 55366C
' IH \\1 ;- "LDSTE S
.- 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'd AI editors and I Ha)
in* L'laii "i 1 -en'..,1.a.- Ag ii.-t Said
1 state:
v ...... 1 1 .,. 1
1 an) 1ms nd de-
ou ma) ha).- nitnl -
nl ABRAHAM HOLD-
- 1 '......w.
thi ," ml :
- iin- In .1 iplli al
:' a Ined Section 733.16,
-' il eli ''ti In
rtl si In U ide 'oun-
\ ilei
111 hi 1 of the first
till -.inn
' Miami, FI ,rld
ii ,f Ap \ 11 1 ";_'
MILT- IN A. FRIEDMAN
As Exec itor
MILT) >N A. FRIEDMAN
Attorne) f- Estate
llll Ainsle} Bldg.
' !-'-
COUNTY.
No.
XI VR, iARET I
I'laintlff,
LAWRENCE A : INAHL'E.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LAWRENCE A I n INAHI'E
l',,i\ 66
Elban. Penns) Ivanla
YOI' LAWRENCE A DONAH I Hi,
are heieb) notified thai a BUI of Com-
ulalnl for I livon has been filed
uaaiiisl you, and you are required t"
nerve a copj nl your Answer or Plead-
Inx t" the Bill of Complaint ,,n the
liffs attorney, Charles M Kelly,
rr::. i-:.,si nh Avenue, Hlaleah, hlorida
and file the nrbrlnal Answer or Plead-
in-: in the office of the Clerk m the
ii cull Coi it "ii or before the nth day
of June, 1962 If you rail t,, do s,>. judg-
ment b) default di i- taken aanlnsl
vn for the relief demanded In the BUI
if 'omplalnt.
This notice shall be published once
- I, week f,r f,,in consecutive we*ka
In THE JEW ISII FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
I loridn, this 2nd day ,,t Mar, A l> 1962
I: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Ii -.int. 1 >nde Count). Florida
By: M. CAVALARIH,
Deput) Clerk
Attorne) for Plaintiff
5 11-18-25, 1
;i,-tii. Attnrnev, :Hi,-ll
III N E, 2nd Avenu
on r befor,
implainl will
1 'Iri uli
iKCIlll
26th
DATEI
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56006
IN RE: Estate ,.1
1:1111:1. I.KSl 1W1 IDER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons 11 -
inn claims or Demands Against s.ii.l
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and requli -
ed in preaonl any claims and de-
mands which >,,n may have against
the estali ,,f EHIEL LEBOWODER,
deceased late ( Dado County, Flor-
ida, i" tin Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the satin- in duplicate
and as prmIded In Bei lion ." I :I
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the Count) Courthouse in Dane
Count). 1 lorlda within six call ndai
months from the time ,,f the 1
publication hen of, ,,1 th, -.,
he barred.
H......1 nl Miami. Florida, this
dav "i M.iv AH 1962
ANNA Cl IRNFIELD
KL'RT ui:i.l.is,-n
As Executoi b
w 1:1.1.1s, 11 .v in ii(ini-:i:rv
Attorneys for Estate <(
1:1111:1. I.l-:s, i\\ IDER, iv
'1 1 1. Building
Miami. Floi
6 1--.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N-'THi: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring to engage In
,s 111 I, : tti,- fictitious nan-.,- ,t
rERRY > Al'TI SERVICE BI 0847
1. ij .. B ulevard, Miami. Florida,
intend to registei said name with the
, 'lei ol tin- 1 'ir. uil Court 1 >ade
Florida
i\ll.lNi: IVEINRICH
S -.', n 1:. N.",th si
m lami, FI,
II IWARD II HIRSCH
\- : foi Registrant
1:
- :
: II -lt-25-6 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 61C 10311
WILLIAM XIA It SHALL
Plaintiff.
\ -
Ll'CY Rl'TH MARSHALL,
1,- fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I, Ll'CY Rl'TH XIARSHAI.L
Address I'nknown
You, Ll'CY Rl'TH MARSHALL, are
hereby notified thai a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
^- rve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing t,, the Bill ,,f Complain! on I
the plaintiffs Attorney, NuKMAN
OREENE. P. O. Box S62, Miami Beach
:::,. Florida, and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the office ,d the
Clerk "i" the Circuit Court on ,,r lie-
fore the 11th da) "f June. 1962, It
you fall t" ,l" so, Judgment by default
will be taken against \"ii for the re-
in f demanded in th,- Bill >>f Cunplalnt. I
IK1NE (AND ORDERED it Miami.
Florida, tin- Mb da) "f May, A.D. 1962
1: 1: LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad,- County, Florida
iCIrcuil Court Seal)
B) .1 .1 N'EI.SON
Deputy Clerk
Ni IRMAN OREENE
Sail Washington Avenue
1 1, Box S62
Miami Be ich J9, Floi Ida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
", I1-1K-2X-6 1
6 1-n
wii
Hth
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTIi IS HEREBY ilVl.N I
...... Higned nirlng I 1 .
tinder
AM Tl.r.iiA/./, < it TIL1
N.W 29th Streel Miami
-, ,,l name with tl k ol
Il Court of 1 'ai- County,
Floi
MEDINA TERRAZZO ,\ II E, INC.,
A Fla. Corp.
ARTHCR KAHl.HK
Attorne) for Applicant
3101 Blscayne Blvd.
m in i Florida
B/ll-18-25, 6 1
"II I illl,1 i' Ni
'niiKri s- 1 :ldK
Mi ni',. FlorldH
1962 "t else
as confessed
Dated this llth da, ,,t May, 1962.
!: II LEATHERXIAN, Cli
""int. Dad, '"iint,. Florida
B) : N A HEW ETT
I lepuly 1 "lerk
G 1^-.'".. 6/1-S
--------------------------------------
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under thi fictitious name ,.f
' :i:.\l INVESTMENT 'l I., ,, p. I
Blndei. 9200 W. Ba) Harbor Drlvi in
the Clt) "f Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tend t<> register tin- said name with
the il, rk ,,f the Circuit C.....t "t Dade
, 'ount) I- lorlda
Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, this
Ith da) of Ma\
B. 1 BINDER partner
IRVING R< ISOFF partner
M1 XII SCHA TZBER) Ipart in f
MARILYN HARRISON partner
AI'DREY SCHNEIDER-ipartm
ALAN It I.ORBER
Attorne) f> r Appllcanl
Washington Federal Building
iT"i Meridian Av< nue
Miami 1 leach I I01 Ida
.". 11-18-2.1-6 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby given thai
1 he un-!. : -11:11, 'i ... -11 mil- I,, engage n
business under the fictitious name <'
AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING
ASSOCIATES at I'm::.. N \\ 192nd Ter-
race, Miami, hlorida, Intend t<> register
wild name with the Clerk "t the cir-
cuit 1". .iir-1 of I iad. '"inn 1 Floi Ids
SIDNEY ROSE
Sole n\ n,-r
:. ii-is-2.'.-h 1
notice under
fictitious name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
iln- undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name >t
ARNOLD ENGRAVERS'al 16*3 sav
67th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend
t< register said name with tin- Clerk
,if the Circull Court Of Dad.- Clint).
Florida.
ARNOLD NEWMAN
Sole 1 lwn< 1
KESSI.Ei: ,v GARS
Attorneys for Appllcanl
1998 s \v 1st street
___________________ ii-i.x-g'-a 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under ih, fictitious nami "t
STARLIGHT CHARM SCHOOL al
8251-3 s.W 124th Street. Miami. Flor-
ida mi,-nd- I., register said name with
the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
1:1 HTH ZIPP
Sole 'w ner
June is. 1 smith &
be taken Attoi nevs
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N, ITIt'E IS HEREBY GIVEN I
I nx t enaai
. ler I he fictitlour ni
FLORIDA INI ORMATION BL'KEA 1
. \ in? Lincoln l< ."I Xllar 1
Beach, Florida, Intends to resist,
wild name nh the Clei k ol thi I -
1 uii -..in 1 of I 'aile Count) Floi Ida,
A I., IERT J. TAKRM IN
MANDLEU
1 A lb, rl -i Tai rson
107 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla
IE 1-7417
;, i-ii-i*--)
NOTICE OF APPL'CATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 -Acts "I 1941
File AA-20700
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Accessories For Survival, Inc., holder
,,:' Count) Tax Sale Certificate No
an issu.-d the 1st da) ,,1 June, A.D
liir.i. has filed sain,- in m> office, an I
lias madi application for a tax deed
to bi Issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the following described prop-
erty III the CoUIlt) "f Dad,. State Ol
Florida, to-wll
N 2.34 Ft of E SAO Ft ,,f Tract 1
a mil I'l "t" a Portion ,-i Sub Section
:".. Township 52 South, Range '-'
East, containing 36 Acres mor< or
Ii -s Plat Book n Pagi K6 In the
, 'ount) ol 1 lade State of Florida.
The assessment of said property un*
der the said certificate was 111 th*
name ol S K HydroiKinlc harms Inc
I'nless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according t" law, the property
described herein will be sold to Hi*
hlahesi bidder a I thi Courl House door
,,11 Ihe firs! Monda) in tin nnnith -,f
June 1962, which is the lib da)
June. 1962
11,1. ,1 this 1st day of Ma). 191 '.
i: l: LE \THERMAN
(*lerk "t 1 "Ircull 'ourt,
I lade 'ount) 1-1"' Ida
uti Courl Seal)
p., 1: M, LEEPER, D.C.
:. I-11-18-2S
iCin
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 52099-C
IN RE Estate of
JASON Rl iSENBERG,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
n iTICB is hereb) given that we
,1 1 Final Report and Petition
: Distribution and Final Discharge
.,.. Ex, trlci I estate 1 ( J ASi in
ROSENBERG, deceased: and that on
n III ..1 pi)
to the Honorable County Judges --i
1, ,,i.. unl r, 1' "i ni.1. f".- appr, val 1
.,.. Final Report and f,,r distribution
and rm.,1 discharge as bixecutrlces "t
date of t he above -named di e-
' his 3rd day of May, 1 6J
MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Attorney
llll Aid li ) Bldg.
Miami ."-. Florida
5'll-18-26, 6/1
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 62C E051
WILLIAM I. LAMBERTI,
Plaintiff.
HEI EN n. LAMBERTI.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HELEN Q. LAXIBERT1
108 Ivy Street
Newark. N.-w .1, r-.-v
You, HELEN B. LAMBERTI, are
hereby notified that mil of Com-
plaint f,ir Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
s, r\ a copy Of your Answer or I'lean-
Ing li> the BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, ANGELO A. ALL
urn Alnsley Kuiiiiing. Miami It, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
if th.- circuit Court on or before the
nib day of June, IM2, if you fail
tn ,1,, bo, judgment by default win be
taken ggainsl you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill Of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tins !>th da) "f May. A.D IHK-.'
1: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Bade County, Florida
11 ircult Court s.-.ii 1
B) K M l.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
ANGELO A, Al.l
ma Alnsley Building
Miami t. Florid..
Attorne] fm Plaintiff
.". 11-18-26-6 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO 62C 4082
SMI LIE BENTON,
Plaintiff,
vs
DORA BENTON,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DoKA BENTON
s:. Ridge Street
Tuckahoe, New York
You. Doha BENTON, ai. hereb)
notified thai a Mill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you u*e required to serve a copy
of "111 Answ 1 "l I'l.-adiiiK t" th.-
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's at-
torne) ROBERT II TRACRIG, I1S3
Alfred I. duPonl Building, Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleadng In the off......I the Clerk
,,f the circuit court on or befen the
llth da) "f June, 1962 If you fail
to ,1,1 so, Judgmenl b) default ill U
taken agalnsi you for the rellel de-
11, ', .I In the Hill "t Complaint
This notice shall be published .....
each week t',n four consecutlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
hlorida, this Mli da) Ma), A.D 19*2
K B. LEATHERN! VN, Cle'k,
Clrcuii Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circull 1 'ourt s, al 1
B) K M I.V.MAN
Deputy Clerk
ROBERT II. TRAfRIG
113.'. Alfred I. duPonl Bldg.
Ml mil. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
5 ll-ls-L'.'.-,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
nderslgned, desiring to engage In
Ii -i -. under ihe fli tltlous name ol
ATLANTIC OPTICAL SII'I'I.V. 41
Northeast :' St., Miami. Florida, in-
i.nds t" register said name with the
cli rk ,,f the Circuit Courl ,>i Dad*
Count). Florida
Mi 11:1.1 i.M III U.l 'ING Cl IRP.
I 1W ||, 1
BEIGEL. TEITELMAN and ALBERT
Attorneys for Appllcanl
1162 w.st 1 lagler Si.
___________ ,', i-ll-\f.--i:>
~~ NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring la engage In
business iindei ih,- fictitious name of
FEDCO VITAMINS .<.- COSMETICS at
1B11 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida, Intends t" register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl of had.- County, hlorida.
WASHINGTON DRUG CO.MPANY.
KOVNER .\ MANNHEIMER
Vttorneys for Washington Drug Com
nail)
5 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d, siring to 1 ngage in
i,csiii,-s uii,i,i tin flctltliuiH name of
CORAL GABLES GENERAL HOSPI-
TAL ,t 26(Mi s W 37th Vvenue, Coral
Gables, Florida, Intends t,, register
-aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Curt of Dad, Cunt), Florida.
I.XTIN AMERICAN IHATKKNAD
ASS, n INC.
\ Non Profit 1- lorlda "orp.
___________________5 I-11-1S-26
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter .','7:-'.\,t- "t 184]
l-'ili AA-206X6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Silvia Stern, holder of Clt) of Miami
Tax Bali Certificate No. MS Issued
the f.th da) of June, A.D. i960, has
filed same in m, office, ami has made
application l"t- a tax deed to t issued
thereon Said Certificate embrace*
the following described property in the
Count) of Dade, State "f Florida,
I.- wii:
s I" ,.l N "."' Lots 888-3X4 \- SW
,;i, 1 ",ai Ami mi. ,1. P|ai Book .",
Pagl 56 in th, 'it) "t Miami.
Count) ,,f Dad.-. Stall "' Florida.
Thi assessmenl "t said property un-
dei th- said reft If Ich t, ".,- In the
name of: I'nknow n
I'nless -aid ,. 11111, at, shall be re-
tleemed according t" law, th, property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder a I thi Courl Housi d.....
on the flrsl Monda) In the month of
June 19(2, which is the ith day of
June, 1912
Dated this 1st dav nl Mas. I8W.
K. B. LEATHERMAN
, 'l.-rk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
,Circuit Curt Seal)
B) R. M LEEPER. D.C.
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Friday. May 18, 1962 vJewlsti flcridFiar) Page 9-B Pilkington MISS ARLCHl fRANKU Frankel. Winter Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D Frankel, 6U0 SW 62nd pi., an r.i unce the enya^ement of their daughter, Arlene Merle, to Mich ail Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winter. Milwaukee. Wise. The wedding is planned for July 22. Cardiac Hospital Plans Installation Annual joint installation luncheon el South Florida chapters of Natitinal Children's Cardiac Hospital, honoring outgoing and incoming officers of the women's organizations. will he held. Tuesday. May 29, in the Alhambra Grand Ballroom of the Seville Hotel. Cocha^red by Mrs. Roger Grant. of Flamingo chapter, and Mrs. Sol Goldberg, of North Dade chapter, the joint affair is scheduled to start at 11:30. Participating in the program, in addition to officers of the free, non-sectarian hospital devoted exclusively to young heart patients, will be Mrs. Leo Robinson and R. Williams Apte, named "Queen and King of the Land of the Mending Heart" at the National Children's Cardiac Hospital Coronation Ball last January. New chapter presidents for the 1962-3 year include Mrs. Michael Bland, succeeding Mrs. Philip Beno 11. Miami chapter: Mrs. Burt Top; n, taking over from Mrs. Ro^cr Grant, Flamingo chapter; Mrs. M ,nReisel, relieving Mrs. Sol : %  Idberg, North Dade chapter; and Mrs Michael Fel.iman. elected to i red Mrs. Benjamin Smith. Si litli Dade chapter. sidents of 'lie Miami Beach %  Broward cha] ters reelected [or : ,, rm an Mrs. Nal Fried,nd Mrs, Jaj mons, respec New President For Torah PTA Mrs Bwald Ziffer, immediate p. -i president of Beth Torah Congregation PTA, turned over the president's gavel to Mrs Ronnie Friedel at the annual election of officers of the religious school PTA Wi dnesday evening. Outgoing officers and board members were honored in a program whose theme was "Journey into Outer Space." With Mr-. Friedel on the slate are Mrs. Jack Lavin. [und-raising; Mrs. Nat Glazier, holiday; Mrs. Al Kaufman, program; Mrs. Carl Zwerner, membersh.p: MrArthur Hirschberg, treasurer; Mrs. Paul Left, recording secretary; Mrs. Leonard Goldberg, correspon ing secretary; and Mrs. Ben Karp. social secretary. In observance Of Lag B'Omer, B
< women, with 318 life members within the chapter's 11 groups. Mrs. Milton's executive board is comprised of four vice presidents Mrs. Jacob Bornstein, Mrs. Morris %  LauretZ, Mrs. Max Swartz and Mrs 'Stanley Tinier; and treasurer. Mrs Harry Tav-s Mesdames David Al terman, Albert Garwood, Julius Kletsky are recording, correspondand financial secretaries, respectively. New group presidents will b< Mrs, Allan Miehaclson. Aviv a Mrs Michael"Krop, Cha;; Mrs. Robert Josephine, Albert Einstein, Mrs Milton Weinstein, Kadima; Mrs. Howard Turchin. Kinneret; Mrs. Harold Abbott. Menorah; Mrs. Lf-Uis Alexander. Mt. Scopus; Mrs Alvin Burger. Naomi: Mrs. Peart Silver man, T.kvah; Mrs. Sidney Langer, Torah; and Mrs Nat Gold-berg, Chaim Weizmann. Zamora Sisterhood Luncheon Temple Zamora Sisterhood wilt hold its monthly luncheon and card party Wednesday noon. Mrs. Sam Fozeen is chairman for the day. FIELDS DOUBLE UNVEILING SUNDAY Hope School Closes Season Hope School for Mentally Retardpresented by lcau'.:e president ed ChJdren held its closing meet. ^S^s Boy Scouts, heading "i eason at the Seville^ )y Scoutmast er, Phineas BlucInesday, noon. M>ck. presented a program, ami Top bowlers of the Hope School Judy Holland, executive director, bowlin lived trophies reported on the school's activities. HARRY FIELDS ROSE FIELDS Ulcpia for golfers... Vacaf '• J r


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Pam 10-A Page 14-A *Jew 1st Flcridfian Friday, May 18, 1962 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Mr. Wouk's Portrait of the Artist as a Youngblood YOUNGBLOOD HAWKE. By Herman Wouk. 783 pp New York: Doubteday. $7.95. I HE verdict is no. (One hates to be so flatly negative. Herman Wouk is an author whom 1 really like. Let me muse on this revTewsorrle'rnore There ha*s lleen nothing from Wouk to touch the pure soundness of "The Caine Mutiny." not "Marjorie Morningstar." for all its fun and popularity, and not the special "This Is My God." which is judged bydifferent terms. The progression in fiction seems to have been steadily downward. (The new novel is a massive, run-on tale of a young novelist from the hills of Kentucky who is swept by success into the New York rapids, whirled into adultery and confusion, and dashed to pieces on the financial rocks far below. Along for the ride are the two women in Youngblood Hawke's life, the bright redhead who becomes his editor and best friend, and the chic sophisticate, married and wealthy, whose love is passionate and destraetiver A • dozen other lesser characters from the several worlds of publishing. Hollywood, theater, and the coal-mining fields of Kentucky people fill the book. Wouk's skill in visualizing even the least of his creation-, remains unimpaired by the lacks of his work as a whole. (The book is dominated, of course, by the figure of Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Arabs Have Propaganda Field Day in Calif. San Francisco r IE SAN FRANCISCO Baj area, long regarded a citadel of interfaith amity;, is witnessing mounting anti-Israel agitation .n me wake of America co-sponsorship of a United Nations Security council resolution censuring Israel. Mohammed T. Mehdi, director of the Arab Information Center of San Francisco, attributed to President Kennedy recent policy expressions interpreted by the Arab.as favorable According to the Marin County Independent Journal. Mehdi told a Northern California women's club that President Kennedy "is thinking more in terms of the noncommittee! Ui Asians and lor that he deserves a word from us, and. of course, the support of the American people." A few days later. San Francisco's influential Commonwealth Club invited Ambassador Nadim Dimechkie i I Lebanon to speak. At the head table were MarcMkian, wealthy restaurateur who once sought to -I" nsor a California visit by Egypt's NaaJames Terry Duce. president ol the Middle UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Israel Crystal Ball M! United Nation; UCH HAS BEEN said and written in recent weeks, on the record and off, .bout our Washington Administration's attitude toward Israel. The April Security Council resolution, censuring Israel lor defending itself against Syrian provocation-, touched ( It many critical ciaiins ag&utbt the United States delegation, which had acted as architect and principal advocate oi thai harsh measure. But the American stand on that issue here was seen as only symptomatic of the Administration's posture vis-a-vis the Middle East. There is a feeling among experienced diplomats with a keen eye for unstated trends that, for a change. Washington has evolved a policy on the Near East in general, concerning Israel-Arab relations specifically. The fact that a responsible Government has a policy on the handling of weighty issues may seem, to some laymen, as a matter to be taken for granted. However, regarding Israel and the Arabs, the existence of a firm Washington policy has not always behe obvious anti-Semitism. Lilian Alcl'herson. another non-Jew. writing on the editorial page <>i the San Jose (Calif.) Mercury -aid: "One wonders about Dr. Mehdi's techniques and ultimate objectives. Especially, I say tin-, after attending a student meeting at San Jose State, where Arab students heckled a speaker on Israel by saying. "Too bad Hitler didn't finish the job." She went on to describe Dr. llehdi'S links with the Arab Students Organization at San Jose State College. When Arab propagandist Fayez A. Sayegh. a visiting professor of political science at another west coast university, addressed San Jose students, he was enthusiastically introduced by a faculty member. The host admits John Birch Society membership and was the subject of controversy when he added "patriotic" students to report "subversive" statements by instructors and fellow students. At the International Student House on the University oi Cal.fornia campus, at Berkeley, the Israeli flag was twice torn down by Arab students. Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Arthur Youngblood Hawke. The portrait most certainly is reminiscent of Thomas Wolfe — although Wouk says he was stirred originally by the life oi Balzac — in the physical description of Hawke, a huge hulk of a man m his flaming talent and fantastic energy, his Deep South origins, his brain injury, and his early death from pneu• menia. Wolfe was too dedicated to be money hungry" it was Balzac whose greeds drove him deep into debt and who exhausted himself trying to write his way ou' So the face is the face of Wolfe, but the problems are the problems of Balzac. (But the book is long, far too long and dull, with its repetition of party and business scenes and the endless incidents of the love affairs. There is the brief excitement of a Congressional committee scent: Wouk is marvelous with courtrooms. And the womcr are good: they have much more dimension than the men And then when the book should properly — and finally — end. Wouk can never resist the sad. sentimental scent eight or ten later, to drive the point home. He used the same device a; the end ol ".Marjorie Morningsta:. and it was irr levant there, too. (Nowhere in this lengthy portrait oi the artist as a Youngblood is '.here anything of the her other life, the real drama of creating bock-, the intense sifting ol reality through what we assume was a I:. .. Qt and isiiive mind — aspects that might have lightenti the gt of the ambition for money and. -< ij) si somi thing of a story. fAs it is. it's like a Hollywood mcvii this be> surface and scenes, slick Good dial gu< The Solves. Well then, fondness for Wouk %  :ie. thai the review must say.) The verdict is no Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Off to a Kibbutz TEN. BARRY GOLDWATgR S • daughter, P< eg? is I bout goto [i al an tibbutz \n' [| orted that a yot mar [ lb nrj Cabol as ning in n Israeli kibl What i: ibli< a ng to ihe k I • it; • IK re ai > %  %  n i iurion is very ai for a Youth Ah;. \h front America Hi Iverl Perhaps P< %  a Youth Aliyah Then are different kinds oi k I I m S tivist, some mod. rattl; i some ous and oi e vi ry r< ligious We %  Pi ir.l i a M>zrachi kibbutz, so she .. | nd out someabout the Jewish faith of hei grandfather. Youth is idealistic. A young n said to i 1 ii le< thai often he has visioi .-. A Inch he sees the angels ai night folding up the daj and in the morming setting out the dawn. "Yes," said Rabbi Blimelech, "when I was young I used to ei such things myself, v it thirty ye ago, I was in Jerusalem when a trio oi girlfrom Ohio breezed in — of the type that were then known a flappers, and as "flaming youth. Iip-sticked, high heeled — a type that was then unfamiliar in Eretz Israel. They knew next to nothing aboul Zionism. They were or a European tour and decided to -pend a few day! in the Holy Land. I saw them a couple of months later, Gone were the high levels and fancy clothe-. They had gone to a kibbutz and had decided to remain Peggy Goldwater should feel al home in Israel Arizona, her native state. ha> about the same climate as the Negev. and Arizona too is a recently built up state. It was given statehood only a few yearbefore the promulgation of 'he Baliuur Declaration. CJFWF Examines Horizons of Jewish Education %  THE NUMBER OF drops-OUtS of (Inl%  'iu n from Jewish schools i inui be \ery %  i i having the h unities raisi i a role for 1 the prol %  %  %  '' led 300,000 :. I I ildl : edui %  %  sh scl le retention • then Wh> %  apprecii I [or %  'ondi i their adole :. %  >.. Whj i %  rt such pi i lership is i tly interi • no s< haps I I m 'ram. d The ( FWI ertain whi tion ti ..( hi i trail i • ration can imi i of I Professioi is similarly | in tion to ng Jewish i i could : an Uso wJ rim I be 1 I ration in d< • i hich, .1 11 i i %  %  it she sor.



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Pooe 10-A Page 2-A +Jewlst> fkrilfir Friday. May 18, 136? JNF to Hold Award Night Iewish National Fund Council of ater Miami will held its annual : I .. v • Wednesday evt • he Voltaire room of the F"n rbleau hotel Leon J Ell. president of the I ncil. ;aid that auarch will be presented to leaders and workers wno have distinguished themsi • • during the past \ear by their outstanding effort ar.d achievement in behalf of Jei>h National Fund Dr I: Lehrn an. chairman of tht JNF F"undation. sa.d that SJX rea -"ition will he given to I in lers and B I K:r>..M< Am;, toe I establ Greater Miami -n Israel. Esser ; %  -•. presidei i : Temple Judi. Gable.-, uil! : from the works of Sholom ;.l selection? will he presenl Rose -tein Terrorist to Stand Trial Here June Dt f .. evsfor a trio of Miami men :harged in terroristic activitj here changed their tactics M Fred Davant and Walter Gwinn urged Criminal Cour Ju Williams to qua.-h indictments against their clients or. insufficient evidence ar.d improper wording by the Dade Coun ty State Attorney • them. —; RABflf DAVtD SNAPflH) Rabbi Shapiro to Head Rabbinical Assn.; is Spiritual Leader of Hollywood Temple bi David Shapiro, spiritual I Sii : Holly1 re.-ident ol the •. • Miami Rabbinical A • n Other officers electi meet inf. here are Rabbi Solomon Sell Beth Ei Congregation, vice pn dent: Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Beth Torah. secretary; and Rabbi Morns Graff Temple Israel, treasurer. Outgoing president is Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of the Israelite Center, who was commended 'for the outstanding lead:tered during his term •tice." Other outgoing officers art Cabbi David Shapiro, vice president; Rabbi Schift. secretary; ar.d Rabbi Herbert Baomgard Temple Beth Am of So. Miami, Ike Praises Judaism Council Continued from Page 1-A age, that the group's work would be for "the betterment of our nation as a whole." At the >ame time, the American 7..' ust Council issued a [act sneel i ng that the American Council tor Judai:>m had been "repudiated b> all three branches of America: aism," contrary to the groupcontention that it was 'represeni.we of a valid interpretation of J JblH The AZC reminder cited Official -" ements 'ppo-mg the policies of the Council for Judaism i>-ued by tht Ortbodi x Rabbinical Council ot America, the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly, and the Central Con ference ol American Rabbi.-. Retreasurer. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of Temple Zion, retains his post as executive vice president of the organization. The new president is a graduate of New York L'niversftj and Yeshivith Yavne of New York, and was admitted to the New York State bar in 1933 In 1933. he was ordained at the Yeshivath Yavne Theological Seminary. For s.x years, from 1939 to 1945. Rcbbi Shapiro served aspiritual leader of Green Bay. Wise. In 1!'45. he assumed the post of director of the American Jewish Conress in Chicago and the midwest. He is a past pre.-ident of the American Jewish Conference, representing the n:; west United Jewish Appeal chairman of Wisconsin and upper Michigan. 1948-51; and has I. ctured before service clubs, busi•. ss and professional group.-. UJA, Z nisi Organization affiliate-, and B'nth In March. 1959. Rabbi Shapiro received a life contract a? Temple Sinai spiritual leader, after being with the congregation for seven years The Greater Miami Rabbinical %  '>--i. includes 40 local spiritual ers of the Orthodox. Conservaand Reform brancheof Ju.-: %  *ponpotention that he had sel ilast m Feb. 13 r. ... .-. -• • %  • %  I xhe M • r inch's trial has Meanwhile Davant, who last TERMITES SWARMING? week announced that he had re. ceived threatening phone calls and who declared that he was "1 personal friend of Mr. Gerstein, Monday said that he was also the recipient of an anonymous threatening letter, -ypewriltn en yellow paper and bearing Miami postmark. The letter i, reported to have said: 'You are Wengers >• ur step blacklisted b, 7-, From now on LET'S MAKE ISRAEL STRONG ECONOMICALLY ON HER 14th ANNIVERSARY and Let's Celebrate May 27th at the Diplomat Hotel. Mov*< Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE & Qktvact Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING and 136 N.E. FIRST STREET Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customer*" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR YOU! 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Pciae 10-A Page 10-B •Jmtsti fh^rkfian Friday. May 18, 1962 At presentation ceremony to Phillip Berkowitz. honorary life president of Beth El Congregation, are (left to right Abe Chiel, president; Berkowitz; and Rabbi Sclomcr. Schiff, ppir.tuci leader. •• 1 ^l Gold Elected Club Fre^der^ Beth El Tribute To Berkowitz rivll p Berkowitz, inncran life presi I.:•• of Beth El Congregation, ; .,. hi m i cent testimonial d.rni r tc li red by the con_„•, i r I many years ol lin ( and me u to the continuous Ah-.'! Ch %  presi • T< ii a chair %  %  hich will |. -i 1 pi %  PU Pi' i | Beth El's ^anctuarj : i Berki it2 e • • Also present!--' by Rabbi So'am" 1 Cchif.. soi-itual leader, was a bro-ze piacue ar\i a picture in memory %  'he l?*e Mrs. Esther Ferkowi'i wai placed on the west wall of the rf wly-decorated Beth El Aud'torium. Sam Mi. %  %  r chairman, ex i, • led luced Oscar R ho served \ speaking as Mrs. Jack Shi pit pi I the Dtth El Sisl Dinner con n ttei includi d Si n \ iller, chairm; n: Max Rappaport, c chairman; Mrs, Jack Shap i Mr and Mrs S S VI i hiel, !! %  mar 'h: bner. Georgi il Joel Za is, H> man Kam, Isa-• n mr Schwartz, and Mrs, .'"-' ph Rotenl Statt %  • %  %  last S :: : : %  t; William %  i %  nt-al Dr. L s Hass .Sathan 1 Sai S'.ark arc I LOW TMi OCtAH AT 4lh STWHT WEDDINGS • BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARIES • BAR MITZVAHS. Silver Platter Treatment for Every Occasion SHELBORNE CATERING SERVICE Whatever the eventit deserves the special air of elegance and good taste that Shelborne Catering provides. The foods Of your selection are prepared by the skilled and experienced chefs from the kitchen of the renowned Shelborne Hotel, timed to arrive at the peak of cuisine perfection and served with courtesy ind meticulous attention to detail. Yes, catering from the Shelborne is your best guarantee of a successful, memorable occasion. You II be surprised how economical Shelborne service can be! For information, call Arthur English JE 1-1271 f f Mave mat ^ luslnesa Meetlns. • Special Occasion ^ Banquet, or al Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs In the KttntM, Aladdin, Schehero2ode and Ruboiyat Rooms, be l for weddinq or a private party I for IntormaiieiH HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIREC'OI JE 1-606! %  eth SI. A Colllnsj Av*. Couple Will *z Honored Here .\' r Women's Organization : • rica, Miami Beach chapter, honor Mr an I Mrs, Da\id s i -hier "for dedicated and unsi'in Diini and frien '.' ill be held Sunday. \l„y 27, p.m at Royal Hungarian restaurant, 731 U i ngton ave. M Louis Lustig is chairman "f the function. l>) ..• 7T7-•? N. I ^ Social Club Will Celebrate Miami Friendly Social Club will celebrate Israel's 14*.h anniversary on Sunday, 2 p.m. in Beth El ConI regation. Program will include guest speaker, Manuel Burstein, and musical selections by Sam Levin, Mrs Henry Garison, Mrs, Ben Katz, and Mrs. Max Garsha President of the group is Max hag For Elegant FunctionsComplete Catering Facilities for that Special Party served in superb fashion within a luxurious setting that will reflect you' good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.500 guests. i %  ivstd Koenei catering Available EAUVILLE ^ BiLL GOLDRINO. Ettculivt Feed Oirtctor PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON TMt OCEAN AT •7ttl STREET. MIAMI BEACH : For Very Special Occasions... THE *. OCCANFRONT and lth ST. HOTEL MIAMI BEACH %  • %  ...-....., -* womat COUNTRY CLUBS CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, youra exclusively for weddings or special dinni i itering facilities for groups of 100-300 available 7 days a week. There's no other room <]uite like the Calcutta Room in tins area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, call FR 1-0781 it Miami, or H'.l t-8111 in Holly it HOLLYWOOD-BY-TME-SEA



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"Jewish Floridian Volume35 — Number 20 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday, May 18, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* France Vows to Guard Rights of Algeria Jews PROTESTS ACCUSATIONS HERE Soviet Embassy Letter In Sharp Denial That Jews are Persecuted Europe Power Recruits Spy TEL AVIV — (JTA) — A Europ: cm Govtmmcnt, believed to be a Communist power, has been forcing recent in migrants to Israel to conduct e.-P-onage activities by threat ening t< punish their relatives, still living ir. Europe, it was reported here thif week by Bamahne. the official publication of the Israel Armed Force The espionage information wai believed to have been forwarded :o Egyptian intelligence agents, (he newspaper indicated. The espionage network was uncovered when one of the immigrant agents, a Government engineer who is I reserve Israel Air Force olficer. confessed to security officers that he had been forced to sign a p'.edge to spy in Israel before he left his country of origin. He said he had lost his job four days after applying for immigration visa to Israel, and that he was summoned by Government off.cials who tolr him that they would allow Continued n Page 3-A WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The Soviet Embassy here released the text of a letter purportedly signed hy "five prominent Soviet Jews."> denying charges of Kremlin-inspired mistreatment of Russian Jewry The letter, written to the Russian Novosti press agency, said the five were acting because they "have read with indignation the allegations in the Western press about an anti-Semitic campaign in, the USSR." The Embassy stated it was issuing the letter specifically in response to charges of Russian antiSemitism made recently by U.S. Sen. Jacob K. Javits. However, the same charges have been made widely and reported in the Western press by many other prominent Americans. "We declare before all the world: The Soviet Jews need no 'protectors' or 'patrons'." the letter stated, adding: "An objective observer cannot but admit that there is no Jewish problem in the Soviet ; Union." Asserting that Soviet citizens of Jewish nationality constitute a part of the entire Soviet people, and that Soviet Jews' "private and public interests coincide with the interests of all the Soviet people." the letter alleged that "the Continued on Pa$j 9-A French Ambassador Herve Alphand (left) discusses the problems of Algerian Jewry with B'nai B'rith president. Label A. Katz, and Maurice Bisgyer, executive vice president. B'nai B'rith Calls on U.S. To Ratify Genocide Pact WASHINGTON—(JTA)—Resoutions calling on the Administration to press for ratification by the United States Senate cf the International Genocide Convention, and asking the West German Government to I "make full compensation" to B'nai B'rith for the "full amount of 4.000.000 Deutschemarks (SI.250.000) still due and owing." were adopted i there by the triennial convention of SECRETARY Of LABOR GOLDBERG SPEAKS Both Germanys are Criticized For Showing Nazis Tolerance B'nai B'rith. Pointing out that "over 60 countries of the world have already ratified and subscribed to the Genotions like B'nai B'rith serving charitable purposes." In other resolutions: The United Nations Commission on Human Ambassador Assures BB Convention By Special Report WASHINGTON—French Ambassador Herve Alphand told the B'nai B'rith International Council here that it was his government's concern to protect the rights of Algerian Jews. M Alphand said that .n the recent Evian negotiations with the FLN (Algerian independence movement). "France insisted on the necessity for human rights to be guaranteed—and particularly those ot the Jewish community of Algeria —as strictly as for any other Frenchman or European." He addressed a Council banquet I that preceded the opening of B'nai B'rith's triennial convention. An audience that included Ambassadors and diplomatic representatives from 17 embassies here applauded M. Alphancfs state1 ment that "France has done all j that was in her power to protect I the rights and liberty of the Jewish population of Algeria." He said "it is imperative for us 1 (France) to crush, once and for all. the subversive organization which, under the pretext of defending French Algeria is running the risk of making it impossible for Frenchmen to remain on Algerian soil." The Ambassador restated the terms of the Evian agreement Continued on Page 12-A Hail HIU .--uvw .*. •— — i\Ulit/ll3 vwiiimi —i .. cide Convention," the resolution on j) lg hts was commended for adoptthat subject said that U.S. failure big at its 1962 session a resolution ,o do so "adversely affects Amercalling upon all Governments to ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) A n solution condemning both West Germany and East Germany for "failure to root out the remnants of Nazism." was adopted here at the concluding session ol the 62nd annual convention of the Workmen's Circle, national Jewish frat JACOB ZUCKIHMAN elected president eiiv.il and cultural organization. While condemning both Germanys, however, the resolution pointed out that, in Communist East Germany, there has been no denazification program, and that "for-1 mer II.tier lieutenants" hold high' office in Bast Germany where "Communist authorities have no! trouble m reaching accommodation" with the ex-Nazis. The Workmen's Circle was lauded by Benjamin Stickney, an official of the United States Information Agency, who presented a "distinguished service" award to the organization for its participation in the USIA program of furnishing books to underdeveloped countries. More than 1,000,000 American books have been sent by the USIA to African and Asian countries as a result of a special drive conducted by the Workmen's Circle throughout the United States. Secretary of Labor Arthur J Goldberg, speaking at the canvas* Continued on Page 10-A ic^'s moral leadership in the democratic world." In its request for German restitution payments, the resolution approved by the 1,200 delegates pointed oct that half of the amount originally agreed upon, totaling 10,000,000 Deutschemarks, has been paid, but that the balance—due to be paid by March 31, 1962—is not past due. The resolution said thst, if necessary, the German Government i should "amend the Federal Restitution Law to require payment in full to all non-profit organiiaform national advisory committees en human rights to assist in combating "various forms of bigotry and discrimination based upon such grounds as religion, race, or national origin." The United States was called upon to demonstrate "its moral leadership in the struggle against discrimination in general, by acceding to the UNESCO convention which bans any form of religious, racial or ethnic discrimination." All governments were urged "to recognise the principle that stateContinued on Pane 4-A Ike Praises Judaism Council CHICAGO — (JTA) — Former President Eisenhower praised th.e work of the American Council tor Judaism "in furthering understand: ing of traditional Amer.can principles." The former President was one ot a group of public figures extending meetings to the 18th annual conference of the anti-Zionist group. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson expressed the hope, in a messContinued on Pane 2-A MILITARY WIGHT PARADES IN REVIEW Israel Power at Independence Rally TEL WIV-lJTAl—A half-million rain snaked viewers, indud ng 'OIK) cheering tourists, watched Israels annual Independence Day Parade here The first downpour ever to hit the parade forced cancellation of part of a scheduled Air Force fly-past which was to have taken place before the first units of the ground parade bega n their march. The Air Force substituted a flight of jets forming the number Minister David Ben ('.mum. Chiet "14" and two helicopters display,, staff Zvi Tzur and President in). Israel's national flag for the Lco n M'ha. of Gabon, and Moshe parade viewers. Sharett, chairman of the Jewish President Itzhak Bcn-Zwi. Prime Agency executive, were among the dignitaries on the reviewing stai k the salute ol the pass units. The viewers, many of them i:i light summer clothes, were • ciked quickl] when the rain came riting down, but a few left their viewing spots. Twenty-nine heavy Centurion tanks rumbled down the parade lane, followed by light and medContinued on Page 7-A



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Pxas IO-A Taqe 8-B +Je*ist Ik* Mian Friday, May IS '•962 wril WOMAN OF THE WEEK The modern young mother of today believes in doing everything h lu-r youngsters, even like Joni (Mrs Stanlej T..u\ having chicken with hers, Linda and Kenny. Joni, whose name is really Joanne, ,I orn in Akron. 0 Why she wasn't .-polled by her two doting gi rhers will always be a mystery. Having moved to Miami Beach when the was seven, Joni is in the ilmost-native classification. Her last year of high school was spent at Cassements. At Florida Stale. Joni met her future husband. Stanley, on a very rainy afternoon. TEP House v as n:-t behind her own sorority. Joni's first year of college was her la;t — hey .'.ere married. Quite coincidental is the act that Joni's mother. Myrtle, only went to Ohio State one year before she left to marry' loin's father. Morten Greenwood. As a young housekeeper, Joni was most [ficient Her tirst family Thanksgiving dinner perfect — even if it went on and on for lours. No one was allowed to help, and it seemed to take forever when she would carry he dishes into the kitchen. (The reason, of course, was always apparent in a spotless tit Chen, including the roasting pan.) Everything comearound full circle Be•aii-c Joni was bitten by a dog when she was .1 child, the Tales now have a poodle. Unity. 50 thai the children will learn to like animals. Joni was a wonderful swimmer, and fancy water ballerina, and now her children practice n their own swimming pool The house that, (builder) Stanley built lor his familj i> charmfitting their way of living perfectly, even down to his private sound %  roof den. Because there w is no school for four-year didin Bay Harbor. Joni instrumental in the group that organized the pre-sehool in the Town all slu has been on the PTA board of Bay Harbor Elementary School .;.((• its inception, and is president-elect for the coming club year. Nov, •hat her own children are becoming self-suff.cient Joni is spending mare time helping others. She finds that her work with deaf children through National Council of Jewish Women is most rewarding. Helping with Temple Israi • azaar was also reward.ng, and incidentally, full of fun Joni doesn't Cuss ,md cook and bake anymore. Everyone is on a diet, and Stanley likes The whistles tooted. Everyone, including the envious watchen on dock, sang "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" as the boat slowly I nff The party was in honor of Harold Binder's 50th birthday. Ireni had a big surprise waiting for him aboard ship. l>r and Mrs. I. H Waterman flew in from Plymouth. Mas-., lor the ij event. It was one el Miami'most gorgeous nights A wellked bar. a delici >us butf •'. supper, and a tour-piece jazi band tell he entire story. Daughter Judy at school in Gainesville had too much mework to do to be able to sneak away Son Warren and his bride. : two m ere there. Among the •• ue ts were Hubert • Saal i ne told all about their new baby. Theodora MaNo, thej don't call her all that, jusl Thea. Then there were Dr id and Edna Quartin, Raymond and Del : Mrs Mortie Moses, Mr. In and Mrs Robert Le\ n, and the Harry birthday will be a cruise to Eui •* E.UE MONDAY t happened that this yi birthay. A lins could | • Ri nnii r husband, Dr, L< i %  •• I to J Sprii ej took hon i low -'i thai '.hey coul ... the ly. %  ted at the Universitj I i ad '. ; the id of t! EIGHT YEARS SEEMS SHORT .. \ !!, b( t) Mi Ihi i com: the Ml Sinai Hospital Women's Au 'huh • i • e. The Mathi :•'.< i i o rhen is one pi ited by a friend ol theirs, l:< • %  Fisher li d< picts % %  • boj in a yellow slicker 11a Lois pri ented Georgie (Mrs George) Yalman, executive v v, i h .-! l autiful locket suil .. le ol L"i.sat hi r motl er. Mrs and on tin le -.it Georgie's mother, Mr.-. Sybil Glickman, a Imiringly al Geot rgie h;..reluctantly resigned from the Auxiliarj after 'iuh* rs, It will be a i' e before the Pink Ladies are no longer ,-tomed lo calling for Gtorgie. COMPANY FOR DINNER Sammy Davis, jr.. makes a most delightful dinner guest Leonard. I'.llen and Mickey Lansburgh sat enthralled the night he came to dinner. Leonard didn't even have time to think about his coming European trip with Selma Oritt's son. Michael, on the SS Queen Mary Miss Marks Will Become Bride Miss Barbara Markwill become a br.de in July. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks, of 72 NW 1st St.. Homestead, are announcing her engagement to Lawrence Kan,,i. BOD of Mr. and Mrs. David Kanzer, of Tallahassee. Presently teaching at Riviera Junior High, the bride-elect grad uated magna cum laude from the I niversity of Miami and attended the University of Florida. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi, icial, and I'hi Kappa Phi and Theta Mu. scholastic societies. The prospective bridegroom ati, ndi .i City College of New York, has a BA from Teacher'.College an MA from Columbia, and an LLB from the Universitj ol Miami. He is a member of the Florida and American Bar Assns., and the ABA committees on administrative \ft* and labor law. He belongs to Temple Israel of Tallahassee and served as secretary of B'nai B'rith there, and of the University of Miami Alumni Assn., of Tallahassee, as well as \ice president of Tallahassee Jaycees. He was stale chairman. Employ the Handicapped Committee, Florida Jaycces; charter member. Capiiol Lions club of Tallahassee; and is currently employed as attorney for the Florida Industrial Commission in Tallahas.-ee. Miss Blower, Noted Newsman To be Married MISS RUTH BLOWIR Forty-Niners Set Election The Forty-Niners of Temple Emanu-El will meet Sunday evening to elect .Is officers and directors for n'i',L>.63. Irving Schatzman has been the senior citizens organization pre.-ident this year Following the election, the members will view motion pictures f.lmed recently in Israel The engagement ol Mi Blower and Jack K.,--. nounced this week by Rich Blower, of Greenville er of the bride-to-be The wedding will laki this year. MisBlower is the daiuli the late Mr. and Mr1 er. of Columbus, O Sin uate of Ohio State Univer-r has been a resident ol Mi live and a half yearcount director for Venn, Associates, public reli tions Mr. Kas-ewiiz iSunda; c.f The Miami Newanil iknown in local Jewish moved to Miami in 1954 gton, Hi.moth< r four brothers. Harold K and Leon Kaye, are lr .lew i-h Communal i'ini Beach. Ruth is an' %  : K. ir thter 'IT of acS .'.'in. • Hi : his Mailbox Improvement Week Postmaster E M nounced that the Bet 0 p;-.rtment has designated :i to 26 as "Mailbox lm| Week." Installation Set Tifereth Jacob Following Friday nmht services conducted by Rabbi Leo Heim at Temple Tifereth Jacob, the Sisterhood will hold its annual installsI,on dinner at p.m Mrs Nathan Becker, vice president of the Florida Branch of United Synagogue of America, will induct the following. Mrs. Sam Seidle. president; Mrs. Charles Kirsch. Mrs. Max Lebowitz. and Mrs. Sam Aller. vice presidents; Mrs Joe Newman, recording secretary; Mrs. Al Levitt, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Mildred Wascowitz. treasurer. PERSONALIZED MUSIC I AL ALBERTS I AND HIS RYTHMAIRES \ FR 9-6910 150 SW 19 Road 4 % r R 9-4122 Miami 36, Florida J A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 COMPANION WANTED FOR ELDERLY LADY Very light duties, live in, private room, ycer round. Call JE 1 0026 FOR RFST NEWLY DECORATED AIR-CONDITIONED HALL i'or Weddings, Bor Mitivohs, ParMies, Meetings (Rooms and Hall) Call the Israelite Center Hall HI 6-6645 FUR RE-STYLING IN OUR TRADfTION OF UNI ST WOMHAHSHtr WE CAN CONVERT YOUR OUTMODED FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS OF TOMORROW From $39


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Friday, May 18. 1962 +Jewlst Fk>rid/fan Page 15-B Doral Appoints Levine Manager Martin Levine, veteran Miami Beacfc hotel executive, has been append, .1 general manager of Doral Hotel and Com try ( lub, accord i" to an announ cement by How ard Raskel, pres ident ,>f the re sort. In the hotel 1 business in Mi ami nee his die chari < as a test pilot nh the An Forei ;it the conclusion of World 1 IVar Q. Le v i ne itvmt m.in. ed some of the principal hotels and molds in this area during the 1950 in the Smokies of North Carolina iii Hi lersonville, he also operated the summer goll resort-. Lakesi l< Inn and Golfers' Lodge. Le\ ne lives at 1801 Cleveland rd Bisca; ne Point. ,ith his fam.ly, and has been a .Miami re>i lei since 1930 log B'Omer Picnic David Congregati m's animer :c will on Sundaj I i i.m. at CranPark si:,' is the c ivered pit I par :ing lot 2. I is a and son baseb •. and :tivities Sun I y school %  • will be suspi for the LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai undersigned, desiring to engage In -un .'i th i etltl : i mimi of '!• • I., \.. la-\.-lilllni 1 -oldstcln A K r ssner ;,i Ilia N I: j"' 11 %  %  % %  • i Noi h Mluii i Beach, I l.i'-ll Is to • %  I ; I I Iv To i the C.rk .; in. fir, ill i •••in i if Da |. |,,r| i, LEVY, [.EVEN rn A I <; • • I DSTEIN IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN A ^ r, FOR nanrniiMTy FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55865-B RE KM.II. .,, %  I i I %  I. .Vl\" I used NOTICE TO CREDITORS All 'redltoii MI Persons ll.,, Ing Claims ..i Demands Agalnsl Said Estate '•'•V' "Al citn DSTEIN Vou are hereb) fled and ..-iViilniTinv : "''. l: -\'"l .' v W.. "Wired to present any. claims ami dev x '" %  %  • % % % %  falohall man Iwhich sou mi, have against '•"Poiailuii ...11 nw I ,,i„. estate ol S1L1A LEVIN .1 .. IS-2.i,( l-S late of Dude r, i\ Florida •,. i„ Islanders Chapter Luncheon luncheon mi ting of the ts i hapter i 1 % %  imen's in ORT was he! • Tin %  Seville hotel. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  I %  : IS HI III n\ GIVEX %  in ler A K \ f %  s ,i %  l, II Ii, i sni i name uiih the ("lei k -• I'our ol i mli i % %  -in. > -I. Ida thai %  ,, _... | n i litlous name .,f i 'olllns A, enue, lorl i Intends : %  > reg f the Klori'a Judge* name in i SecUi Ih, in MOT'CE IND?R r-'TIOUS NAME LW IS HEREBY RIVEN •ha, %  %  %  i I tlor%  : I'UfK a •; ne I • name Ith %  n \ PL .4 I nd XI : %  • ih. K i I.INS AVENl'E .i rl In i io Ii 11 |„, HI ... ,. I'.ENJ V.MIN : SHIM '• \N Aitoi nej for !•;; %  ; i 'oliin ,\vi HI in, .'. i %  •:.. e i -IN, '.. r I illl III N N Dogs Get Set For Racing Here South Florida's pioneer do: track, the Blscayne Kennel Club, on ll-.e North-South Expressway at NW 1i5th St., opens its 35th meeting Friday, June I, and will run night%  ly. except Sundays, through Sept. 15 lYst time is 8 p.m. The summer meet will provide the only pari-mutuel action in South Florida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY • %  • • %  %  inder I -nan SHORES RAVEL .:. r h the i "lerk I Court i : RAVEI. ri : \ %  tn i : \ • I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E IS II. ': %  i:v GIVEN thai %  rsigned, desiring to engage In inder i n one .-i ; • %  %  \Z\ INDlf riSIES al Dad, i ml in i i-gistei of ill. |r%  'ouni %  K in XI. Zl'PPARDu \i;i 'Hl'R c.\\ VN.\ la f Countj file the lid.-d 1 II,--. i! Courthi within nix I time of Hi, or Hi, mi Dated at %  In) of Ma JACK LEVIN •. \ Si >l, LEVIN As Exe, • CIIEREN ,v GOLDEN Aii.-i iii torn %  i %  %  |ila 11 did mi l I, i II nil,. Florida, to thi ,f l lad,i *ount) and d ipli ate and .,i ro 7:::'. 16, I-' orlda offlc l id, alendar month* null nl %  barred. Miami. I iii i County, l-i, fron n ii. unl \ the reof. 91 ,. |-s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5161 AI.MEE I' HERN .\ I >1 / I 'I in' ye. SANTl HERN AN I 'KZ, I •. -. Illl) KI.MliAI.I. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION ro SA NT! Mil HERNANDEZ, A I il iRESS I'NKNi i\VN l-S YOI .\.\ il.\,;. HERNANDEZ, addres* unknown, re required to file NOTICE BY PUBLICATION >ui miswei ,,ni|dalnl fi .1 IN THE CIRCUiT COURT OF THE oree, ivlth 111, Clerk of tin ENTER ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Court, and nerve n cop) thereof upI.E, >.\ Vltl) KI.MUALI. ttorne i '|i ,: S Vli d.A I". FLORENTINE. I N fendanL I VII d.A P. I LOHENTrNK Anartnienl J-t", Xleado Court Al i Clip, ,n. \,- Jl -• ) You, \ lid.A I 1 FLORENTINE, I • hei • b) notliled t hat ,i Bill % %  ulalnl for i ill i r • %  liaa b< en fill .,^:..n-i ) "ii. and ) ou a |Ulred I > .-, \. :i fop) of ) our Answ er ol I 'i,-., in:to the Bill ol Complaint on I • utl II II' A I:I' I il' i I.I :i;. Mli Vliidie) Init, .Miami Floi Ida and rile th, na kn w ei • :-, the office ,,i the I'lei K ih, ii ill 'oui i on or !> %  i tin r da) of .1 un.-. 1962 It ) ,,n i.nl t--ii -... j idicn nl Ii) di fault will !>•• t il %  ,n i he Hill of Comnl notlei shall lie puhliahed ,-.-,, Ii week lor four consecutive wei In THE JEW ISH ILI "RIDIA.V DONE VND ORDERED al Miai IIH L'Ttli day "I April, A '. 11*62 E II LEATHERMAN %  I de ,'.,n,*-. i. .., Ida 111 Sell 11 It) K M LY.M VN I leliul Clerk A HCDD I IT:. ."'. A n-l.A Bulldina Miami 3 I, I-1"! Ida Attorne) fm I'la ;. i-il-is-3j FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE LEGAL NOTICF IN Ti-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5233 i'Ei ii. 'IIIKNI-: r.id-:s PI itirr. ElKt'KI C Bi d-:s. %  lam NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You HEI "K\ i" in ,l-:s. 12 • M Stn et, Tlpton, Indiana,, ar. hi Ifi, • lal %  BUI of 'omplnlni I n Dlvor, ha heen filed airnln~i and v' i equiri d to 8ervi .i %  %  • %  ( yn Anawei t,. the BUI ol plaini .n ilnPlain tiff'a Vn %  < -akl. v ; Smith. l"l N.W : • \ XI mil, Floi Ida, and fill th, i Inal Ai A.i in i he office of the i "i ihi • n 'ii Coui I .-ii "i hel l"th ,1 %  "f June, 1962 If i i fa to ,1., Judgment bj defa t.,k. II Rgiiili.l >.. foi th || • • nd. In the BUI of Comi Ii liN VNIi I 'RDERED al Ml i H Ihia Hth da i of Mai l LEATHERMAN, i", • clr. Court, Dadi i',,11111 % %  iI wall By HELEN KES.-'LEK heput) Clerk •"• IS-2.1, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELtVLniM JUO CIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 5247 l'\ Vli I II M\I:V. Ptal llff, .1 x \li:s • UAINEY, I ,, t. 11 '.ml NOTICE TO DEFEND Ti, .1., in 1 • laine) !,%  Boulevard Road s;i 1.1. South ,'arolina YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai -, i-ill "i ciimplaliil lias been fill i-,in>i mi and >--ii are required t• %  n %  answer ,,1 other defenalx, pleadlngti thereto upon plaintiff, nttorney, GL'BENE LEM1.1,'li. MI Seybold Building, Ml.inn Florida, and file the original the I in the Office ,,f the Clerk ,>f the Clr%  nt Cou t "ii "i before the IMII day ,,f .Inn,. I96S, "i a decree 1 >n I.--., M III I11 ntered against ) 0 tins 1 un da) of May, 1962 LEATHERXIAN, Cli mirt, Da,l,County, l" 11 I B) HELEN KBSb'LER 1 „ putj Clerk 5 1 --.'.-.. %  ; 1 .> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW >1 E Hr.REB' C.IVEN thai %  -n.-.l. ilei-il -a.;, ic in lei [he fi, • one of % % %  Cl;j, Rocket %  • 1 '-•.,!. %  It g it 3161 S.W 1 VveInl ,1 Ito :•-:• 1 -' the Clerk ,,t the Clr, 1'.. • ,'., ml,. I-' 01 VLL-S1 T KVI WENT i", >RPI iRATII N \ iVNER .\ MANNHEIX1ER %  ; %  01 All-StUI .". 1 IN CHANCERY. 62C 4767 •ONAHl'E, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN PROBATE No. 55366C IH \\1 %  ;"LDSTE S • .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'D AI editors and I Ha) %  in* L'laii "i 1 -en'..,1. a.Ag ii.-t Said 1 state: v ...... 1 • 1 .,. 1 %  1 %  %  an) 1ms nd deou ma) ha) .nitnl %  nl ABRAHAM HOLD1 w • thi ," ml • : iinIn .1 iplli al : %  A Ined • Section 733.16, -' • il eli %  ''ti In rtl %  si In U ide 'oun\ ilei 111 hi 1 %  %  of the first till -.inn '• Miami, FI ,rld ii ,f Ap \ 11 1 "•; %  _' MILTIN A. FRIEDMAN As Exec itor MILT) >N A. FRIEDMAN Attorne) fEstate llll Ainsle} Bldg. '• !•-'COUNTY. No. XI VR, iARET I I'laintlff, LAWRENCE A : INAHL'E. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LAWRENCE A I n INAHI'E l',,i\ 66 Elban. Penns) Ivanla YOI' LAWRENCE A DONAH I Hi, are heieb) notified thai a BUI of Comulalnl for I livon •• %  has been filed uaaiiisl you, and you are required t" nerve a copj nl your Answer or PleadInx t" the Bill of Complaint ,,n the liffs attorney, Charles M Kelly, rr::. i-:.,si nh Avenue, Hlaleah, hlorida and file the nrbrlnal Answer or Pleadin-: in the office of the Clerk m the %  ii cull Coi it "ii or before the nth day of June, 1962 If you rail t,, do s,>. judgment b) default di i„taken aanlnsl vn for the relief demanded In the BUI %  if 'omplalnt. This notice shall be published once •, I, week f,r f,,in consecutive we*ka In THE JEW ISII FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, I loridn, this 2nd day ,,t Mar, A l> 1962 I: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Ii -.int. 1 >nde Count). Florida By: M. CAVALARIH, Deput) Clerk Attorne) for Plaintiff 5 11-18-25, %  1 ;i,-tii. Attnrnev, :Hi,-ll III N E, 2nd Avenu on r befor, implainl will 1 'Iri uli iKCIlll 26th DATEI E U 'Ircult C I s.-.l 11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56006 IN RE: Estate ,.1 1:1111:1. I.KSl 1W1 IDER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons 11 inn claims or Demands Against s.ii.l Estate: You are hereb) notified and requli ed in preaonl any claims and demands which >,,n may have against the estali ,,f EHIEL LEBOWODER, deceased late ( Dado County, Florida, i" tin Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the satinin duplicate and as prmIded In Bei lion ." I : I Florida Statutes, in their offices In the Count) Courthouse in Dane Count). 1 lorlda within six call ndai months from the time ,,f the 1 publication hen of, ,,1 th, -., • he barred. H 1 nl Miami. Florida, this dav "i M.iv AH 1962 ANNA Cl IRNFIELD KL'RT ui:i.l.is,-n As Executoi B w 1:1.1.1s, 11 .v in ii(ini-:i:rv Attorneys for Estate < %  ( 1:1111:1. I.l-:s, i\\ IDER, iv '1 1 %  1. Building Miami. Floi 6 1--. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N-'THi: IS HEREBY GIVEN that thundersigned, desiring to engage In ,s 111 I, :• tti,fictitious nan-.,,t rERRY > Al'TI SERVICE BI 0847 1. ij %  .. B ulevard, Miami. Florida, intend to registei said name with the 'lei ol tin1 'ir. uil Court % %  • 1 >ade Florida i\ll.lNi: IVEINRICH S -.', N 1:. N.",th si M lami, FI, II IWARD II HIRSCH \• • : foi Registrant 1 : : : II -lt-25-6 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 61C 10311 WILLIAM XIA It SHALL Plaintiff. \ Ll'CY Rl'TH MARSHALL, 1,fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I, Ll'CY Rl'TH XIARSHAI.L Address I'nknown You, Ll'CY Rl'TH MARSHALL, are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to ^rve a copy of your Answer or Pleading t,, the Bill ,,f Complain! on I the plaintiffs Attorney, NuKMAN OREENE. P. O. Box S62, Miami Beach :::,. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office ,d the Clerk "i" the Circuit Court on ,,r liefore the 11th da) "f June. 1962, It you fall t" ,l" so, Judgment by default will be taken against \"ii for the rein f demanded in th,Bill >>f Cunplalnt. I IK1NE (AND ORDERED it Miami. Florida, tinMb da) "f May, A.D. 1962 1: 1: LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad,County, Florida iCIrcuil Court Seal) B) .1 .1 N'EI.SON Deputy Clerk Ni IRMAN OREENE Sail Washington Avenue 1 1, Box S62 Miami Be ich J9, Floi Ida Attorne) for Plaintiff ", I1-1K-2X-6 1 6 1-N wii Hth NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTIi %  •' IS HEREBY ilVl.N I %  • Higned nirlng I 1 tinder AM Tl.r.iiA/./, < it TIL1 %  %  N.W 29th Streel Miami -, ,,l name with tl k ol Il Court of 1 'aiCounty, Floi MEDINA TERRAZZO ,\ II E, INC., A Fla. Corp. ARTHCR KAHl.HK Attorne) for Applicant 3101 Blscayne Blvd. M in i Florida B/ll-18-25, 6 1 "II I illl, 1 i' Ni %  'niiKri s1 :ldK Mi ni',. FlorldH 1962 "t else as confessed Dated this llth da, ,,t May, 1962. %  : II LEATHERXIAN, Cli ""int. Dad, '"iint,. Florida B) : N A HEW ETT I lepuly 1 "lerk G 1^-.'".. 6/1-S —— NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under thi fictitious name ,.f :i:.\l INVESTMENT 'l I., ,, p. I Blndei. 9200 W. Ba) Harbor Drlvi in the Clt) "f Miami Beach. Florida, intend t<> register tinsaid name with the il, rk ,,f the Circuit C t "t Dade 'ount) Ilorlda Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, this Ith da) of Ma\ B. 1 BINDER partner IRVING R< ISOFF— partner M1 XII SCHA TZBER) I— part in f MARILYN HARRISON partner AI'DREY SCHNEIDER-ipartm ALAN It I.ORBER Attorne) f> r Appllcanl Washington Federal Building iT"i Meridian Av< nue Miami 1 leach I I01 Ida .". 11-18-2.1-6 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai 1 he un-!. : -11:11, 'i ... -11 MILI,, engage n business under the fictitious name <•' AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING ASSOCIATES at I'M::.. N \\ 192nd Terrace, Miami, hlorida, Intend t<> register wild name with the Clerk "t the circuit 1". .iir-1 of I iad. '"inn 1 Floi Ids SIDNEY ROSE Sole n\ n,-r :. II-IS-2.'.-H 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ilnundersigned, desiring i" engage In business under the fictitious name >t ARNOLD ENGRAVERS'al 16*3 SAV 67th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend t< register said name with tinClerk ,if the Circull Court Of Dad.Clint). Florida. ARNOLD NEWMAN Sole 1 lwn< 1 KESSI.Ei: ,v GARS Attorneys for Appllcanl 1998 s \v 1st street %  %  ii-i.x-g'-a 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tinundersigned, desiring to engagi In business under ih, fictitious nami "t STARLIGHT CHARM SCHOOL al 8251-3 s.W 124th Street. Miami. Florida mi,-ndI., register said name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida 1:1 HTH ZIPP Sole • 'w ner June is. 1 SMITH & be taken Attoi nevs NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N, ITIt'E IS HEREBY GIVEN I I nx t enaai ler I he fictitlour ni FLORIDA INI ORMATION BL'KEA 1 \ in? Lincoln l< ."I Xllar 1 Beach, Florida, Intends to resist, wild name nh the Clei k ol thi I 1 uii -..in 1 of I 'aile Count) Floi Ida, A I., IERT J. TAKRM IN MANDLEU 1 A lb, rl -i Tai rson 107 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla IE 1-7417 ;, i-ii-i*--) NOTICE OF APPL'CATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 -Acts "I 1941 File AA-20700 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Accessories For Survival, Inc., holder ,,:' Count) Tax Sale Certificate No an issu.-d the 1st da) ,,1 June, A.D liir.i. has filed sain,in m> office, an I lias madi application for a tax deed to bi Issued thereon Said Certificate embraces the following described property III the CoUIlt) "f Dad,. State Ol Florida, to-wll N 2.34 Ft of E SAO Ft ,,f Tract 1 A mil I'l "t" a Portion ,-i Sub Section :".•. Township 52 South, Range '-' East, containing 36 Acres mor< or Ii -s Plat Book n Pagi K6 In the 'ount) ol 1 lade State of Florida. The assessment of said property un* der the said certificate was 111 th* name ol S K HydroiKinlc harms Inc I'nless said certificate shall be redeemed according t" law, the property described herein will be sold to Hi* hlahesi bidder a I thi Courl House door ,,11 Ihe firs! Monda) in tin nnnith -,f June 1962, which is the lib da) June. 1962 11,1. ,1 this 1st day of Ma). 191 '. i: l: LE \THERMAN (*lerk "t 1 "Ircull 'ourt, I lade 'ount) 1-1"' Ida uti Courl Seal) p., 1: M, LEEPER, D.C. :. I-11-18-2S iCin IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 52099-C IN RE Estate of JASON Rl iSENBERG, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE N iTICB is hereb) given that we ,1 1 Final Report and Petition • : Distribution and Final Discharge .,.. Ex, trlci • I %  %  estate 1 ( J ASi IN ROSENBERG, deceased: and that on n III ..1 pi) to the Honorable County Judges --i 1, ,,i.. unl r, 1' "i ni.1. f".appr, val 1 .,.. Final Report and f,,r distribution and rm.,1 discharge as bixecutrlces "t date of t he above -named di e' his 3rd day of May, 1 6J MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Attorney llll Aid li ) Bldg. Miami ."•-. Florida 5'll-18-26, 6/1 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 62C E051 WILLIAM I. LAMBERTI, Plaintiff. HEI EN n. LAMBERTI. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HELEN Q. LAXIBERT1 108 Ivy Street Newark. N.-w .1, r-.-v You, HELEN B. LAMBERTI, are hereby notified that %  mil of Complaint f,ir Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to s, r\ %  a copy Of your Answer or I'leanIng li> the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, ANGELO A. ALL urn Alnsley Kuiiiiing. Miami It, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk if th.circuit Court on or before the nib day of June, IM2, if you fail tn ,1,, BO, judgment by default win be taken ggainsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill Of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, tins !>th da) "f May. A.D IHK-.' 1: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Bade County, Florida 11 ircult Court s.-.ii 1 B) K M l.YMAN Deputy Clerk ANGELO A, Al.l ma Alnsley Building Miami t. Florid.. Attorne] fm Plaintiff .". 11-18-26-6 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO 62C 4082 SMI LIE BENTON, Plaintiff, vs DORA BENTON, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DoKA BENTON s:. Ridge Street Tuckahoe, New York You. DOHA BENTON, ai. hereb) notified thai a Mill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you u*e required to serve a copy of "111 Answ 1 "l I'l.-adiiiK t" th.Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorne) ROBERT II TRACRIG, I1S3 Alfred I. duPonl Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleadng In the off I the Clerk ,,f the circuit court on or befen the llth da) "f June, 1962 If you fail to ,1,1 so, Judgmenl b) default ill U taken agalnsi you for the rellel de11, ', .I In the Hill "t Complaint This notice shall be published each week t',n four consecutlvi weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. hlorida, this Mli da) % %  Ma), A.D 19*2 K B. LEATHERN! VN, Cle'k, Clrcuii Court, Dade County, Florida (Circull 1 'ourt s, al 1 B) K M I.V.MAN Deputy Clerk ROBERT II. TRAfRIG 113.'. Alfred I. duPonl Bldg. Ml mil. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 5 ll-ls-L'.'.-,, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that nderslgned, desiring to engage In Ii -i -. under ihe fli tltlous name ol ATLANTIC OPTICAL SII'I'I.V. 41 Northeast :' St., Miami. Florida, ini.nds t" register said name with the cli rk ,,f the Circuit Courl ,>i Dad* Count). Florida Mi 11 : 1.1 i.M III U.l 'ING Cl IRP. I 1W ||, 1 BEIGEL. TEITELMAN and ALBERT Attorneys for Appllcanl 1162 w.st 1 lagler Si. ,', i-ll\ f.--i:> ~~ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring la engage In business iindei ih,fictitious name of FEDCO VITAMINS .<.COSMETICS at 1B11 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of had.County, hlorida. WASHINGTON DRUG CO.MPANY. KOVNER .\ MANNHEIMER Vttorneys for Washington Drug Com nail) 5 1-11 -18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, d, siring to 1 ngage in i,csiii,-s UII,I,I tin flctltliuiH name of CORAL GABLES GENERAL HOSPITAL ,t 26(Mi s W 37th Vvenue, Coral Gables, Florida, Intends t,, register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dad, Cunt), Florida. I.XTIN AMERICAN IHATKKNAD ASS, n INC. \ Non Profit 1lorlda %  "orp. 5 I-11-1S-26 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter .','7:-'—.\,t"t 184] l-'ili AA-206X6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Silvia Stern, holder of Clt) of Miami Tax Bali Certificate No. MS Issued the f.th da) of June, A.D. i960, has filed same in m, office, ami has made application l"ta tax deed to t„ issued thereon Said Certificate embrace* the following described property in the Count) of Dade, State "f Florida, I.wii: s I" ,.l N %  "."' Lots 888-3X4 \SW ,;i, 1 •",ai Ami mi. ,1. P|ai Book .", Pagl 56 in th, %  'it) "t Miami. Count) ,,f Dad.-. Stall "' Florida. Thi assessmenl "t said property undei thsaid reft If ICH t, ".,In the name of: I'nknow n I'nless -aid ,. 11111, at, shall be retleemed according t" law, th, property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder a I thi Courl Housi d on the flrsl Monda) In the month of June 19(2, which is the ith day of June, 1912 Dated this 1st dav nl Mas. I8W. K. B. LEATHERMAN 'l.-rk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida Circuit Curt Seal) B) R. M LEEPER. D.C. .'. 11 -is-;:,--; i



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Pctgt? 10-A Page 14-B Mental) ftorkttaw Friday, May 18, 1962 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl ~' An K Noted Novelist To Be Honored worl !-r n< wi ed Yi Izer Tolush .. 7 i I .' %  ; vi ninj Mi j M Sin re Park hotel -h has bi i • • %  I ir many yeai • stories I >bed Sunday fund GOLF MAPE EAS,ER **wfc.:r 5-6-7 : ,v: ;cs Hand-Made to Match Your Set Also Complete Sets Irons & Woods Hand-Made fo Fit Your Swing -k GOPP'^ G0LF CLUB WUrr 3 SERVICE 1423 PONCE DE LEON BLVD., C. G. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co Owner JFC5 Planning Annual Meeting GRANADA HOTEL 1013 MERIDIAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH Prvor.e: JE 1-0^96 OPES ALL YEMt ^on por wc '-' < uU per i' ers '> n 2 >n room ALL ROOMS 3 KOSHER MEALS Drt'LY Sat a Sugar Free To EVA A TFRny SPONDER Ownership M irf***"* £?*t ^jOUST BROS Rv £ ** %  la the OUST.' RESORT REPORT: For many years localites .is well as visitors have decried ihe lack of a resort here comparable to one in the northlike a Grossinger*s or Concord, where not one or two sports are available but closer to a dozen. There's never been" any criticism of the Beachfront hotels and their facilities, but their sports activity is fairly limited, especially when you aren't ;; water ian lur swimming or dh ii Now this area has Doral Hotel and Countr> Club. Here is a typical northern resort in-planning and layout in the heart of tins wonderful tropical wonderland, occupying 2.400 acres Ever> outdoor sport imaginable is ;.: hand for the sports enthusiast. First, Dcral beasts a inajor championship 18-hole pe'f course, in>a$inatively cc.-iceived lo give the golfer a true test, whether he be duffer or scratch player. Each tee has three markers, to suit the individual's prowess. Each hole is a picture ho!e. No two are a'ike in any way. Ponds an strategically located to snare your ba'l if your direction is off. nest in the i %  ass ct itted ball from I I ; i reens are big. but vou ci [he pins. because they will h Ida i nine or eight i Mas [raps tricky but ki rs dot thi fairways E fully I anned or, even though the drive seems long, %  you'll win ihara d< s< i xcellenci \t thi e> text rei ns on th e. so I • i A bri the finest in I pleted but • ... %  • i drhinc to I ; rse. Tennis giant the marvelous two dii %  %  vacation I :• %  ikfor anyi + -K %  WONDERFUL v.ORLD OF ENTE : ; i Vai Roc. J st. is thi %  %  %  • %  iths i i %  .. room at thi Foi musical )i Prado orchestra. /. %  nit-: stars nightly. Frank Natale trio alternates fun starts at 9:30. There's a Chat pagm Dance every po, Pupi Campos kid brother, holds over in the Tack c : !!;t ful Diplomat, with another group alternating continuous entertainment and dance sessions MOVIE PARADE: Double nature'are popping up at the first-run houses, The success ol the Cameo and the Cinema in its dual showings pas) few years, and lack of major products, has the Wometco people testing the twin bills at their first-run housethis week. Through Sunday, the I'anb and Miracle are showing two former big hits, "Pillow Talk." with Doris Day and Hock Hudson and "Petticoal Fever.'' Starting Sunday, the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres will bring in 'The World in My Pocket," starring Rod Steiger, and "Murder She Said," with Arthur Kennedy. "Five Day Lover." a French import with dubbed in English will be the new showing at the Normandic and Parkway. It stars Jean I Seeberg and Michcline Presle Amazing it is that Miss Seeberg, who I flopped in American movies, after being highly touted for her first one. in which she played Joan of Arc, has been a real cupcake in all her French rolls. Welcome back. Jack Fink, to your old hometown after a long absence. Jack is managing the Nurmandie and Surf Theatre-, returning to the Wometco fold after a long-run managerial post in Tampa. Jessica." a rollicking tale of the adventures of a sexpot (looking that is) midwife in an Italian village and her impact on it> social life is delectable movie fare at the Beach and Olympic Theatres, Angie Dickinson is in the star role, disturbing the males of the village with skin-tight shorts and a scooter. The women "fight" Angie's invasion in a most amusing manner. RESTAURANT ROW: Full course dinnerIn ample variety at most reasonable prices, in addition to the thick charci i ,kare %  Big Porterhouse %  '••'over, tt thai it when is the vis i,i: "" it Variety is the spic. hi! sh 79th st. i tei Oi • Joe Cohen aid his hospitable crew make dining at the RathsV-'!?r in the Congress Airport hotel a happy occasion every time. Luscious, broiled specialities, and a goed variety of entrees add to the evening's pleasure. Excellent catering for parties is another feature of Joe Cohan's dining mecca. Villas ih, much ure. Jewish Family and Chil v HI h, id its 12nd annual meet.i Sui di y May 27, in the Ri baiyal room ol the Algiers The meeti traditionally a brunch is sen duled for 10 3 Guesl -1" aker will be Henry L. McCarthy, planning consultant for the Dade County Welfare Planning Council, and a former Commissioner of Welfare for the City of New York. He will speak on "The Therapeutic Community." Chaired by Joseph Gassen, the meeting will also feature a message from Harold Tannen. JFCS president, and the report of the executive director of the agencj t.eon Fisher, Memberof the new Women's Committee will bi ored guests. Reservations for the meeting, which is open to the community, may be had by calling the IF i ffices, New JWV Post Formed Henry Norton. Miem. attorney and Florida department comman. Ii r of the Jewish War Veterans, l.aannounced the formation ol a new Jewish War Veteran's Posl in UllandO, A new charter has .pprovod by the national comman* del of the organization. TODAY Open 6.45 MISS JONIS YOUR UPPERS ARE IN PERFECT Shape!" DENTIST IN THE CHAIR Starrint the CARRY ON' GANG PEGGY CUMMINS • BOB MONKHOUSE >^ I KENNETH CONNOR • ERIC BARKER '-*&7 ~^>'^. Jfv„ V9*-4 TODAY ONE OF THE TEN BESTj/ft • World-Telegram I \\1 ( th. Five Day isveR UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQUE! CAFE' JARDIN SUISSE SCfittfiVfiq re-. %  GWJARPIN SUISSE HONEY PLAZA HOTEL 13m Street ord Collins Avenue • Miami leach • JE ?-S900 fU MAHttM "Chinese Food Is Best For You!" All our food is individually prepared. 101 Authentic items to choose from! If you ore on a Salt-free diet or Cholesterol diet, specify the exclusion of salt and the use of corn oil in your order. You'll be pleasantly surprised. OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCH, DINNER and SUPPER FU MANCHU RESTAURANT 325 71st St., M.B, UN 6-4303 Take Out and Delivery Service .9 >o %  ^^atttiii FISH MARKET Handsomest Seafood Restaurant anywhere in the world!!! LUNCHEON from 85C SERVED FROM 11:45 A.M. DINNER from 225 SMit ownership it COCKTAIL LOUNOI Ample We tlmon Tony S*eet' PHONE: piikint spece W Rntauiant • 865-8688 piemisn 1900 N. Bay Causeway (79St Causeway) Miami Beach V.n ei OPEN EVERY NIGHT HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON end PONT Hl^5 KOSHER CATERERS %  ''• riori d'oeuvrei lo a complete buHtf 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the Supervision of the U.K.A. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS nw



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friday. May 18. 1962 |r M #• tonrirffar ""•" Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR OA IN AND FOR DADE CObNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4371 CAROL v roLQfi IT, I'lalm l i i;ENf COLOriTT, I i. |. %  ;. nt. %  y,. !:.-• %  • C. Colqultl |{ut< -'. Dade\ilW. Alabama \\,IJ, i %  : %  % %  C.. C'-W'i'U. .II>lift i • ;,. run 1(1' thai ii Hill "i Complaint Dlvoiv* lias been filed aguinsi ,i ii • u .tr,requri ed t,s< i \ • ,< ,,|.i ..• ..II Answer r Pleading to • i: BUI "omplalnt on the plaint • In \ii >. Max \ i loldfarb, 50" If., Miami. Florida and Inal .\ i. -v\ ,-r or Pleading ,,, ih< nl %  cf the Clerk ol the I'II .in ('.. "ii or before the 2sth i fall i" do no i s default ill be tak< n ;nrb: t--i the n lef demand* -i tn ih, Bill • l 'omplalnt. .ini. tin shs II lie published onci ,. h tttil [of four ..-ii .. .-1\. n eekr l„ THE IEWIRH II %  HtlDI \\ |HXE iND ORDERED al Miami ;.| d} %  April, A.l>. %  E I I.EATHKRM VN I 'I. rk, Circuit • nt. Dadi %  n .. hint Ida I By M I'AVAI.ARItt I'oputj Clerk \l \.\ \ ii< 'LDFAR1I .. HI Bldfl .Mi.i nil. I i i'l. i _•;. .. i-ii-is MHHQ LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUHT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 55805-B IN RE ate -I i.i >ris MAXKIN I-. %  %  ., % %  ,i NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To All i %  lorn and VII I'ei i.Ha> ing 'I.in -i 11. in.in-1Against I mate Vou, B M ii "i • i i i i" ehy notified ..• I requli eil I" |ire*< nl an> lulms ml di m.uii hli ii you, or either "' ou, ni.ii have agalnsl the estate of LOL'IH MASKIN, i"ed late ol Dnfli Counts Klorida, to I hi II irahli • 'ount> .In. Ii ide i ..11 % %  i v file thi • II "ti ihi i 'ountj • "in : hi use in I mde i ty, Plot Ida, Hit -i\ endar n onlhs from the date ol I hi fn-i pul i 'i"ii hereof. Mild i or deman I* i" contain the l.-unl addresa • "'• clalmanl and i" isworn t" and i ted ..aforesaid, <-i same Mill I" ll.' I Date April -''i. A.l>. IMS %  Irai ii i Hi itlon on Mas I, lS. M AX lil:I.IANn .\> EM • !"i "i the I-'si vv ill and Tea lament ol l."l'IS MASKIN I'.-. 1 HEXRY NORTON l in.; BIHI ..' m Building Mil on i' Attorn,> foi Bxecutot 5 I-I1-1S-25 "And because of lack of time, we'll defer our discussion on 'The Extreme Right and its Imminent Threat to Jewish Survival' till next year's conveniion in Miami." COD'. 1962. 0av-u P-odwdlom d, IN THE CRC'JIT COURT Or THE ELEVENTi JUOICAL C'RCLIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OA3E COL\T" IN CHANCERY Nl. 62C -1435 \<\\\ %  • ; > <\ S z iLLER CARt 'I.VN ii ZOLLER I'l.. I %  Cl'LLEN, the nif. I %  .'. ILL EN, SR unknuu n -•• • .• %  %  "1'l.l.KN" nd the resieeti\.inknown he W. i •ri.i.K.v SR mil .ii' %  thei nt %  ons -...-' galnsl i ...., ...... |i| ,; %  \^ hoai r • Idet • an II I nov • tnd LESTER I. DAY in. I 'AY, his !' %  : %  •••• : int NOT1CE 3Y PUBLICATION Ti • i M 'i.;.i:v • • •:' !:• llei mine H'orman iII Napoletano, Kellj s ian. A I l"i i" > -.' :: Wall Street, KliiKHton, Sew Yi rk .II. het eb> ni tifleil 'ompl ilnt foi l>lvore Yi if i i daj of i i.iagalntd In the IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT| IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. | N0.55857C IN RE: Estate "f JANE W VRI>!X>\V I'RKTTl MAN Dee. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To vll Creditor* and All Pernon* Havi,,^ %  ]., m, -I i •• mandi vgainai Said l-:.-la I, you ai •• h. vby notifu a and requli ,.,! i,, mefi an> elalm* .i"'l demands which you ma> have main-i the eftate "I JAXE WAR1'1."\V I'KKI M \ N i..i Miami Beach anil Mian I ,1... .-.,.. ,i : t. ol I >ade Counts. Klorl-la, ,.. ,h, •• unt< Judgef of Bade i "ount %  and fil. Ihi -..ii.' In duplicalt and an ntm ill..I in S. etlon T ;.; I, Hoi Ida titatulex, in Miii officea in thi t ounty CuurthotiM In Dade County. Horlda, within nix • l" ndai rnonthn from tm time f th< firal publication hereot, oi the nh • ill be i.ai i ed Dated at vi ami Elorida thin Mth dai "i Vprll \ I' 1*6,;i; •. V> I. I'l-.KTTV.M \N i 'a i Id Plan Coral lablea, Ilorl I \. \ilinilil>l i al"i Plnn puMli ..ii"ii ..i 11>• — noil. %  on the th da • M ty, JOSEPH c I.USSKI. Attomej • i '•.• %  • W ifrettyman, ,\.11111 r of Ihe i.-i.i'.....' v s VV i Street. Miami PI' r da MO '-."V 4 ,..„.. • .ii a Bill hae been riled against you, and you are required to nerve a cupj .a your An..w. r "i I'leadlng t" the BUI "f outiilalnl "ii the plaintiff's Attorney, \l \K\ IN M C.REEN, S12 Tlsi St.. Mian i I'.a. ii li. Florida; and file the original Answei 01 Pleading In the office "i Hi" Clerk ol Courl "ii oi before the 2'*th Ma>. IH6S if you fall to •! i B in, in b) default will i"laki rt you for thi relief demanded BUI ..I 'omplalnl Tinnotice ahall !>• %  publlahed once each week roi four conaecutive weeka in THE JEWISH ll.iiUII'IAN DOXE VXD ORDERED nl Ml iml Florida, thin !0th daj "f April, A l>. i: B I.EATHERMAX, Clerk, lit C mi t. I lade • 'ount} Floi Ida I seal) B} K M, I.Y.MAN l leput} "lerk MARVIN M UREEX, Attorney-at-Law ill:' Tl-i SI Miami Beach, Fto.—I'N 5-M2i Attorn. > foi Plaintiff NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE ClRCLIT COuRT OF T H c ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CiRCL T OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY N ) 52C 443' BARB VRA KA REGEN, Plaintiff, ISRAEL SPREJREGEN. I lefeudant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE i ISRAEL Sl'REJREQEN i that t mil ol i "iiiplalni foi l NI oi haa bei n rue ; againal > iu, and :• >u are ML i cop> "i }our Answer or Pleading to the i implalnt on the Plaintiff a attorney, Mai tin s Saxon, fiat Street Miami Beach. Florida nd file the original Answer "' [•leading In the >ffii e of the Clerk ol thi %  'in ult 'o 'i •"• oi before the zstn ..i\ of MJI i'"-' ii you fall t" ii" -" judgment b} lefaull will I-' ,:-.,m-i you for thi relief demanded m the BUI % %  •: Coi This i" be publlahi''. ..... ii we< k for I I %  ul. •• a eek in THE JEWISH FLURIDIAX. Hi.NI-: ANH ORDERED at Florida, .liiMth 1 iy '* Api il A D E. B LEATHERMAN Clerk i •(., • %  : 1 • %  Ida ,8, ,|i B} K M l.VMAN I '.-;• %  • • %  M VRTIN S SAXl >N 220 '•' %  -' Stl %  M ,i..i B %  Fl Attorney for Plaintiff /4 U M %  : 1CAL OAR' S ES i is Plat "i %  i .;.;. X %  Ol turney, • illilittg, Mlat F • thi •: • f I rcull irt oi the 2" %  ... will bi i ATE I' a'. Miami Dad K 24th %  \ %  I. 1 %  •E B LEATHERMAN mi Dade Count VVA I 'lerk t J: i i-ii-is NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4377 MCRK VY ill VRDEI.L1, I'lalntilf. HE1.EX 'ii VRI 'l'.l.l.l. i •. •. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tt': HELEN GIARDELI.I ;'II|-. 20th Street Astot la i, Long Island N. w Vink Vou II EI.EX GIARI 'i:i.i.i are here,., notified thai a BUI ol Complaint ,„-, haa been filed against v I, .,,,,1 you an required lp aew %  COM ,,, v< „ Answer or Pleading t" the NOTICE 8Y OLBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4507 JACQl'ELIXE G< >DFREt Plaintiff, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l~ HEREBY ll\ EN Ihal the undergne.l, desiring to • ngag. bualness n det the HrtRlotiB nami ROBNE SPECIALTY I O.MI V.\> al :!' %  :, K loth Ave Hlaleah, KlorlUa. i"i..,„l I,, %  Klsti i said nan • with the Clerk of thi Clrcull Courl ol Bade County, Florida ROBKK I' BRAI N NI:II. K i • i: .N 11: l-li-2.i Bll ,i; I Rn Ida i "i implalnt <.n thi Plaintiff's :, Kit \l.A/.Ai;. 107 Lincoln .1 suiti IlK, Miami Beach, Florand file the original Answer or ih.. Clerk oi r b %  the n your fall default will %  I. ad us in lh< office ol : he Clrcull '".II i on < % %  Ml, ii:" of May, 19*8. ,,. ,1,. -. Juilgm. in by NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IHERBB\ Ul\ EN thai Ihe undersigned, desiring to engagi in bualnetw undei thi rictltioua name l A I. VSS'H'I VTE8 ai %  ,"' n Avenue. Hli h, Ftortda, Intend to aald name with the lers '" ult .'"in! "i Bade I ount}, %  .: Istei Hi.ni tlorlda. JACK Al'Gl'ST Ri iflKRT LITOH l„. taken against you for the reUel demanded In the Bill ol ', ..nii'lamt. Tinnotlei shall !" %  published once each week for four conaecutive weeks ,, THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN. ,„,M; VXD ORDERED at Miami, Klorida, this 2:lrd da} "t April, A D, '" i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ,-,,, .,,, ,-,,,,, i. Dade County, Florida .sealI Bv: L. 8XEEDEN I leput} lerk ORII Ai LAZAR 107 I.I I n Road, Suite IIK Miami Beach. Fla.—JE 2-54J4 Attorneys for Plaintiff ( .,. 5 f ^ ^ 1.1.. lYD I.VM IS KREY, i left ndant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tt >; LI.i 'V l' JAM • I' 1 >FREY Addi %  I nown Y..U, Lloyd Fames %  %  idfre} ire hereb) notified tl U BUI ,,!:, in for i "i \ r e has be %  .,^i< in -1 j ou. %  << % %  i you ai •• required t" -,-i \,. ., op} %  ui \ < %  s 'I Pleading I,, the Bl'l of Complain! on tht Plaintiffs attoi ne}. • harlotte J. Bajrkan, 232 Pan A rl an Bulldltu ami 82 Flol I la n I li th Anawer m Pli idlng In Ihe iffl •• %  '• the 'lerk "f the Circuil Court on or i,.i the -Mb la) "f May. you fall t I i Ig nenl bj flefault "Ul be t i -ii •>: ilnsl > the relief demanded In the Bin of Complaint This notice si <' % %  %  be published once ach week for msei itlve weeks in THE JEWISH I LOR1DIAN DOXE AXD ORDERED i! Miami. Florid i, tin23th da) of April A D E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Courl %  "" I' (Seal) By: K M l.VMAN l leput) CHARLOTTE .1 BARK VN 232 Pan Amei lei Building Miami 32, I I Attorney for Plaintiff /4 u .„ IN THE CIRCUIT UOURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY • No. 62C 4522 CHA RLES Si '1IU vll. /. \ Si 'HVt ..': 7. his s \ TH( MAS H Mil.IS and yUEEN E MIL-L.S, his wife, and WILLIAM N LOIO*III and J" iSHPH I" 'Ri 'SIX. l • fenuants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti WILLIAM N l'"i:i 'SIX Noi th w ood Avenue L nden, NI i n.I ISEPH i 'I IRI 'SIN 828 Nortl vv >nue rsey Clt; S ev Fersey YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai i Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage operty: The North 80 feel of Lot 11, of I RANDOLPH ACRES, according the Plal • o .I in l'ln Book 43 al Page 88, of the Public 'ounty, Florida; tgainst you, and .i are >rel>) notified to serve a \>.-i ..Ipleading upon FAMES %  .LA iv. Atl ne} for I: \v. %  • Fl glei Street, .i Florid .. and file the origin U in the the Clerk of the if Bade Co int). Florthe -Mil da) of May. %  — -hi egal Ions of said len .i%  : %  J D.VTKI' al Miami, Dade County, • • i if April, l8. \ 1'HERMAN, r 'ount] i' Ida K M I.YMA.N I • .put) 'lei k 4 %  ::. :. 4-n-i> ing Cla • • %  % %  inrls Vgalnsl %  • ti Vou ire hi ri I I Ifled ... ... : |n, li -. .ai mil) Ii '' it I • i, ,| Si 'I I K VRK del •..%  I 11,,!,. i "ount %  Floi i I.I ty, at e the same In (1 ite and i,|..,i in Section : Floi Ida S1 ..... I, i' .-ii"i %  n thi • Courthouse In Dad. Co im; F -, :. %  lar montl fro f the firal "• re mi %  Ill be bai n : i ,-..,i at Miami. Florida, th ,H ,.;•_ %  ii iSEPH Bt iHM As Exei ito if thi Estati Sofle Kai) VVELLISCH ,v I" H'CiHERTY Atlorni i f' r thi • % %  %  %  %  Ka ; : 11 ^ i "lui • -Building Miami. Florida (] >M NOTICE TO CRED TORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COU R IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55477-A IX RE Bsl %  BENNIE l BROWN Deceased. To All Creditors and All PersoV rl..•• • mi. Claims or Demand! Agalnsl Bald Estate: you, and each ••' you, are hereby n. .1 and required t" present any claims and demands which you, oi either of you, ma) have ssalnst the estate of BENNIE .1 BROWN deceased late of Dade County, Bioriaa !,, the Honorable County Judges pf Had.County, and rile the same In their offices In the County CoggtkouM in Hade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date "f tnfirst publication hereof. -aid claims nr demands to contain t > &f lefSJ address of Hoclalmanl and t,. t..sworn I,, and presented as afdresaW, nr same n ill be barred. Date April 83, A 1' IWS. H VI'.UY JOE BROWN As Executor ol thLast Will and Testamenl of BKNNII: .1 BROWN Deceased, HENRY NORTON Attorney for Executor ;,,.,,., 4.11-11-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni %  rn i: is n Kill i;v UlA I-N thai •i mdei gi i i' -ii Ing to engage In thi fictitious name ol NEPTCNE HANDBAOBal S8TJ N. v\ 36th Ave Miami 18, Florida, Intends to reglsi • i Id n.i with the Cli rk ni • i ,. t'li ult mrt of Dade Count). Fl. rlda NEPTCNE I'lSTl'.IIU Tons. INC. A i % %  iri la "orp. :. l-ll-l--'-'.i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY I'.IVEM that th.undersigned, desiring to engage in business under il"fictitious name • %  '. rn. il.viK CONDITIONING RKFRItlKRATION SERVICK al 781 Street, Miami Reach Intend t" register -,ii,i name with the '"leik of ih.Clrcull Court "' Dade Count}', Florida IS \ V Ml INCARZ l: MI, MONCARB HEXRY SAV HARRY ZCKERNICK Attorne) for i' nei i 4J0 Lincoln Road Mfml Bench ,,:.•,.„-'< NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.Tli'K l> HEREBY I:IV KN Ihal Hi. undersigned, desiring to •"-•';' boainess under th fictitiousi % nam< • MARTI COLLECTION lOfc.NI I %  '< Dade Count). Florida, intends to "" %  -....i n. with tl"; 'f** the Clrcull Courl of Badi I ount). I'i'l'lV.' I" LEON ABSOCI vl'is INC Sole Owner M VKX FABER Attorned for Applh'anl 1612 Congress Bldg „.„. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB\ HIV N ''" th. iind.-itn. .1. desiring to i ngagi in biislneiis under the fictitious name oi I'll VNE TILE AND M VRBIJC nl lj-1 S vv (2nd Wet Miami Florida, ini. ids i" n glsti i said nami i"| > •' i'l. ik ..f Hi. Clrcull Courl "i i %  nl \ I|oi Ida ALFRED I'l BERN VRIX" SIMON, HAYS a ORl'NDWERO Attorne) f..r Applicant [g-B-8/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 55880-B In RE Kst.it. of ViKKA K URANUBR Deci asi d „„ NOTICE TO CREDITORS T„ Ml creditors and All Persons Hav'. V.,,,,1", Demands Agalnsl .-..,.1 B Y„!i ... hereb) notified and requlr,.,,„ ',:.'-. in an claims and demands which Vou mas havi agalnsl theeatate i IUKV K I1RANOER deceased late ,;, Bad. County, Florida, to the CounI.„I..,. „| Dade County, and file rtupllcat. ftf'-HgM .. ; ; ,, |.'i,,. uia Statutes, in ,,, th. Count) Courthouse ,, County, Florida, within six ',' M ,,„,„,I,from the time of the flr s, publication hereof, oi the same W, Da^d b rtam. FloHd., M RACHEi.PKNN>:<' \. Administratrix u \i TEH 11 LKBOWITZ Attoinev for l; '" %  | ''"""^ .vi, I) •li. this mi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to en| huslni— undei the fictitious name of I L.ORIDA PHYSICIANS WHOL.KSA i.i-: DRUG CO al :'.i 16 Corai mi) Miami, Florida, Intends t" register ,m. nil tll-Clerk Of til.I ir:n Court if i' %  '•''• "ounty, Florida, ; >B VKS dROVE PHARMACY INL \ Fla. Corp.) iwnei .-, i-n-is-zi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY t.lVKN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage Ir, business under Ihe fictitious name ot I'I i.NSTITI TI"N LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY at llM N.E. ^th Ave., S Miami, Florida Intends t" register said name with the .'l.-rk ,.f the Circuit Court ni l'a.i. County, Florida FRANK in 'I'll, vs I 7, 5 1-11-19 ."•• Floi Ida NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 4283 MAN KLEIN, Plaintiff. \ B Ri ISE KLEIN, I lefendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE You. ROSE KLEIN, 1040 Oenesee Avenue Apartment Los Angeles li California, are here-. bv notified Hi" ii Hill %  << vomplalnt for divorce lias been filed against i you, and you are required to serve %  ;,,|,\ "i joui Vi or Pleading to ii,,. Rill of -' imp! ilnl "ii the plain; tiffs attorney, Harold Bhaplro I | ni ., n i; M Beach, Honda, and fill thi Vnswi iiit in the offli of the Clerk %  before thi da) ol Ma >'ou rail go, Judgment bj del lull will be taki n i demanded ; i„ the mil of Complaint. DONE VND ORDERED at I Florida this 19th I e of April I-: B LEA rHKRMAN. Clerk, ity, Floi Ida DEN 4, 27, 5,4-11-1NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v, .TICK l> HEREBY tll\ LN thai ... mi to engage in ... In minus name ol \.-s. •.'! A I'KS at !53 -N* % %  208th Ti -1 %  N 'ml. i irlda. intends to reglstei Id name with the L'lerk ,„ the IIill C irt ol Dade Lounty, ll '"' 1 1 '' MORTON Cl M.VIINI'.S SHEVIN GOi>DMAN &• HOI. I/.MAN rneys for M C, Associates By SVl.VAN N H.'I.T/.MAN ^ ^ ^ 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) ANY DOCUMENT fClUB BUUETlNS IFTTW REPORT PI M DING SI (g'-jxit or 8 x!4 Black White) Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAITI CASH 4 CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 MIAMI SEAL.. CERTIFICATE & STAMP CO. CORPORATION SUPPLIES RUBBER STAMPS LEGAL FORMS and LABELS 936 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Florida FR 3-6327



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Friday, May 18. 1962 +Jew1stfk>riur 8te with the religious percentages of the population, the POAU declared. The survey was made of a selection of 1.000 of the top-ranking, officials as the sample. The report also covered recent appointments to Federal Judgeships and found the percentages, i on a religious breakdown, roughly equivalent to those for the highi ranking agency positions. Eighty percent of the judges named were | Protestants, 17 percent were Roman Catholics, and three percent were Jewish. The POAU said, however, that it found complaints of "sectarian orientation" in the area of United States foreign policy, and the Central Intelligence Agency. The or. ganization said it found certain divisions in the Federal Government where, "as a result of seeming collusion between directors of personnel procurement and division of section heads, various forms of religious, racial and geographical bias have been exhibited" and suggested the need for "study." Freedom is a man standing on his own feet, m Thousands of new immigrants are reaching Israel this year, joining the million who came before them. But arrival only begins their new life. To bring Israel's immigrants, past and present, to the fullness of freedom is a major goal of the United Jewish Appeal in 1962 Freedom is a home—and 18,000 must be built for newcomers this year...freedom is economic independence—for 135,000 immigrant settlers needing critical farm aid ...freedom is training and guidance—for 31,000 immigrant youngsters... freedom is rehabilitation care—for 45,000 aged and handicapped. In all, 335,000 immigrants to Israel need full freedom aid. You can help provide it— and aid great numbers of Jews in need outside Israel—through UJA IN 1962, UJA MUST RAISE $95,000,000 To make possible this vital lifesaving aid to 600,000 In Israel: Help to 335,000 immigrants, new and old-including transportation, reception assistance and housing help for new immigrants, and expanded absorption aid to unabsorbed immigrants of previous years. In Other Overseas Lands: Aid to 255,000 Jewish men, women and children-including food, shelter, medical care, vocational training, other constructive help. In USA: Assistance to 10,000 Jewish refugees, here or expected. In Greater Miami, Funds for the United Jewish Appeal are provided through the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION. Give much more—to save more lives UN a ITED JEWIS H A PPEAL $35,000,000 SPECIAL FUND in addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN On behalf of. UNITED ISRAEL APPEAL • JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE • NEW YORK ASSOCIATION E0R NEW AMERICANS mmmmmmmmmm< MmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmm



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Friday. May 18. 1962 t'Jenist' FhrkUoiri Page 11-B The Courier DU ^-J* m let <^cn wa r tz Beth Shirah Founders Dance Double celebration is being planned by Temple Beth Shiran. 1152" S. Dixie hwy A founders dinner dance and testimonial, marking Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop's 25th anniversary in the Florida rabbinate, will be held on Saturday. May 25. at the Di Lido hotel. peaker will be Babbi Leon Kronish, ol Temple Beth Sholom. Ed Felrlstcin. founders plaque chairman, will dedicate rnd unveil the plaque containing the names of the first 120 families who helped found Temple Beth ShifSh. Mrs JJCK Somberg, pn sident the Sisterhood, and Louis lub president, will I brief messages of plans for the ne \ ear. l.< in Rot tl, pre.He:. I Ol advisory council, will also speak Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb and Mrs. Milton Conrad will preser.' i musical program, to be followed by dancing. Lee Aerenspn is. dinner chairman. Interest slowly warming up for the second primary Stan Goldberg. Ni rib Miami Beach planning expert, tavored to grab Democratic %  nomination for commissioner of inland navigation Wives of Ma: Engiander and Milton Friedman campaigning for state committee woman spot Holmes Braddcck picking up liberal support in bid tor school board seat Victories of Claude Pepper and Dante Fascell treated well nationally as vindication ol Kennedy program ami firm establishment of Greater Miami as liberal oasis of the South. E. Albert Pallot, bead of the City of Miami beautification committee, plugging the 'Make Miami Beautiful" contest in between his 1 duties as "banker, civic leader, and fund-raiser for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Never has the Dado county courthouse been so depressed as over loss ol Judge Phil Goldman. Attorneys who sent out letters, contributed money, and secured topflight newspaper endorsements. reported kicking themselves" over failure to mount an effective campaign. Henry Balab.-n's wife deserves great measure of credit for Unpopular Miami vice mayor's victory And victorious Judge Balaban was out again Sunday We spotted him at the dedications of the Pap Center Institute, and a few minutes later at the opening of the Parkinson Foundation's new home Also on hand at both was Metro chairman Alex Gordon, who attended the edlc II in dinner for the Cancer Institute Sunday night at which we spotted Leo and Babette Ackerman, the Louis Glatsers, the Sid Raffels, the Leonard Wiens, the Leonard Eggerts, J. Gerald Lewis, James Albert and .•KIII> others Then it was over to the Fontainebleau for the reception cf the national mayors' conference ... On hand were Councilmen Ken Oka, Mai Englander, Mel Richjrd and many more politicos Marcie Liberman has been having a tough siege of asthma Leading to reports that both he and Wolfie Cohen will not seek reelecti n • • • Among those being touted as possible council candidates are former Mayor Harold Shapiro, Joe Malek, Ted Cohen, Revy Balkin, Walter Lebowifz and Hal Herti Judge Goldman's a cinch to get a top county attorney spot if another appointment doesn't come through Judge Jason Berkman's victory was so decisive that he is being touted as a sure bet for mayor or vice mayor of Miami Beach in the future, following in the Oka-Englander tradition His popular clerk. Gene Beck, picking up more support in his race for Democratic committeeman. Dr. Saki W. Brown, of Columbia, and Rabbi Arthur Lelyvald, of Cleveland, will discuss "The Future of Jewish Culture in the U.S." at Sunday's 74th anniversary meeting of the Jewish Publication Society at the Warwick hotel in Philadelphia National meeting oi the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem slated June 12 in New York Local participants will include Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick, of Mechanics Uniform Service • Raves for Dr. Saehar's son during recent speaking tour will have his father hard-pressed to outdo him during the Brandeis University dinner next week. Dr. Erich Rosenthal, of Queens College, in New York has been awarded the first National Council of Jewish Women's S5.000 fellowship in honor of Hannah G. Solomon, given to a scholar engaged in original research and writing on American Jewish life National UJA cash di'iv* to raise S39.500.000 by June 11 has moved past the half-way mark aci I linj to chairman Israel D. Fink, of Minneapolis Cash meeting sel June 11 at the Savoy Hilton in New York City, with part time Miami leveloper Joe Meyerhoff in charge. • • • Lee Howard, former vice mayor of Surfside. beaming over continued success of Freedom Train documents He's the fellow who guided that noted project for the Ford Foundation Another of our town's top public relations executives, Hank Meyer, has added Bur dine'B five department stores as an account Annual membership dinner of Museum of Science and National History set May 30. With Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub again president Vice president Morris Drapkin, o: Dade County Federation of Labor, stresses that the unions have dropped 'heir "Scab County. U.S.A." campaign but are continuing fight • tinsl Metro's hiring of "strike breakers" in bus dispute, ami are b.: mg tor more recognition of organized labor as a rce n D a d coui %  In our opinion, union public relations here ipoores Ln ,.. „ | m d the bus strike sel b ck the cause ol labor by many. man'year, Mayor Robert King High has sent out letters I i all labor ,.„..:. ; „ i, forming then, of withdrawal of the boyc. Urn. isure. legrees J m 10 I r Pea* Corps din : R Sargent Shriver. Fr. Theodore M. Hesbur--i president 0 f x • Dr. Mord = cai M. Kaplan, Arthur Hays Su'.iberger and Lawrence A .• en, Palm Beach and N V rk attorr.e> an reali r Akiva Goffer, of Zim Lines elated over soo that the Israeli shipping firm .11 haw a .direct, round-ti j .no!. v„ HaifainDeccn year Israel B ha. confiri repeat of its Pan American Goo four through H i n r this fan Pi lambda Phi Meeting Pi Lambd i Phi Alumni ASM. W IS lo have a rner meeting at p m Thursday in the Sorrento n Stall rant George Orr. assistant state attorney, was i speak on aspects ol the "Tropl >l Cancer" tna' fi *&* V J lUCHM GIASS BOTTOM ^^ BOATS %  <: rTo Miamians — Whe Are Specialists in THE ART OF RELAXATION ENJOY THE BEST OF VACATIONS at the Finest Northern Resort C^a/cfi

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P*ge 10-A Page 4-A 9>Jewistncrk§kr Friday. May 18, 1952 Ue wish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Published every Friday since 1927 ^"je J-wtah FlorldUat 120 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami I. £2" !" Second-Cla*s Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jew.sh Floridlan ha. abiorbecI the %  >e ^\^. n J^*^, Mia Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewnh Telegraphic \ fencT'sev Art*. Feature Syndicate. Worldwide New Service National Editorial Assn., American MM. • I ql'sh-Jewish Newspaper,, and the Florida Press Asm. (Economic <=>Development: ^/i rdcport front ^Tsrctcl FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent „ .1. wish Floridlan does not guarantee the Kashruth of ih -rchandlae advertised In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Vear V> 00 Three Year. $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request ^^^^^ Volume 35 Number 20 Friday, May 18, 1962 14 Iyar 5722 A Significant Development The latest Federation-Jewish Home ior the Aged developments augur well for Greater Miami Jewry. Most important, the Home will significantly boost its bed capacity. This has been sorely needed for many years. But the current Home development fund campaign goes far beyond such considerations, however centrally important they may be. The May 8 meeting, during which local community leaders demonstrated their understanding of Greater Miami Jewry's needs in the field of serving the aged, by a generous outpouring of S500.000, indicates Miami's underlying vitality as a philanthropic force. With the needs simply demonstrated and simply explained, the response was swift and telling. Of particular significance is the fact that the capital drive is under the aegis of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which underscores the centrality of Jewish communal planning and fund-raising effort. Federation, through a major affiliate organization, the Jewish Home for the Aged, is moving to establish much-needed facilities for the Jewish community here. B'nair B'rith Considerations As reports indicate, the B'nai B'rith convention in Washington was an exciting one. Ambassador Alphand's vow of French guarantees for the rights of the Algerian Jewish community reaffirms his government's position on this issue several months ago. What the guarantees can do in the matter of easing the burden the Jews bear in the Algerian rebel war for independence is another matter. The resolutions emerging from the deliberations at the convention are similarly thought-provoking. But we must question the report of the Department of Adult Jewish Education of B'nai B'rith, which characterizes the American Jew as "a new breed" and as "native-born, often a third or fourth generation American, college-educated, and at ease in his American environment..." For these reasons, according to B'nai B'rith, Jewish education "in search of answers to the intellectual and spiritual problems of our day" is "outmoded" if it thinks in terms of "an automatic transmission of the total Jewish heritage." ft The Socichgic Approach to Judaism It is the indisputable right of B'nai B'rith's Department of Adult Jewish Education to deemphasize "growing parochialism" in the American Jewish community today. Whatever the value of the decision, it is one made in terms of the organization's view of adult Jewry on the contemporary American scene. Nor can one quibble with the Tightness or wrongness of the Department's decision "not to hard sell any particular brand of Judaism." We can appreciate the need for a universal approach to adult Jewish education within the B'nai B'rith context. Sadly, agreement must end here, because all other considerations in the B'nai B'rith decision reach beyond the specific purview of the Department's program for adult education to make sweeping statements that are not only inaccurate but superficial, as well. This is particularly true in the report's comment that "Jewish history has been shaped by scholars and leaders ranging from ultraOrthodox to secularists." Hence, in B'nai B'rith's view, the need to deal in "modern" terms with the "new breed" of American Jew. What such reasoning does is to pave the way toward absurd and meaningless views of Judaism, most often adopted by the "new bree''." as purely sociologic. If the right hand wc t the left know what each is doing, """""fnen 'TIS* compilers of the Department of Adult Jewish Education report should have read some if the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League material published in recent months, which decidedly leaves one with the feeling that American Jews, either third or fourth generation, or indeed and other variety, certainly do not feel at ease today. The sociologic approach to Judaism, which rejects traditionalist notions as "outmoded," "parochial," and the like, are really glorified gambits toward assimilation. What it does is to regard Judaism as a burden, from which the world refuses to permit us to be released. What it does is to suggest to the presumably hostile neighbor that Judaism is a nominal thing only, and that no other distinctions exist between Jew and non-Jew than the name itself —however significant the name has been made by history. What it does not do is to regard Judaism as a complex of religious, cultural, and intellectual experience. Hence, the "sociologic" view of Judaism of the Department of Adult Jewish Education of B'nai B'rith is far less honest than that of the out-and-out assimilationist. For in its acceptance of Judaism as a secular and nominal thing, it also suggests voluntary identification; while the truth is that "sociological Jews" bear their Judaism as an unrelinquishable fardel — %  as something of which "to make the best." We wonder what the reaction of the president of B'nai B'rith, Label Katz. must be. His is an enviable traditionalist Jewish identification, which could hardly accept such fancy comment. As a matter of fact, most B'nai B'rith members should find it too fancy for themselves — something new in a "down-to-earth" organization these many years. A Tribute to Mr. Gale We join the community in offering congratulations to Ephraim Gale for his ten years of service as executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Gale assumed the helm of the organization in the shadow of its recreation into the present GMJCC structure. During his decade here, the Center has endeavored to grow with the community, and to cater to the community's burgeoning leisure-time needs. Thus, as Jews increasingly took with their neighbors to the outlying districts of Dade county, the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center followed them in the establishment of branches, where GMJCC programs under the guidance of skilled social workers were quickly created to invite the participation of tots, teens, young adults, mature men and women, and Golden Agers. During this period of growth. Gale has contributed his professional abilities in a quiet and unassuming manner. The community's tribute to him last week on the occasion of the 11th annual meeting of GMJCC was justly deserved. See You Soon, Adolf It is natural that Vera Eichmann should have parted from her husband with "Auf Wiedersehen." It is not natural, as the news reports indicate, for her to have asked Adolf when he would be coming home. This demonstrates a blatant failure to understand the nature of her husband's situation and the enormity of the crime for which he has been convicted. It is, indeed, a reflection of the failure of Eichmann, himself; although he, surely, seems realistic enough to recognize that he will not be coming home. Vera Eichmann's was more than the parting inquiry of a distracted wife who, harrassed by affairs greater than herself, seeks to brush them aside. It was a prototype of the s-hizophrenia in her husband's monstrous deed, wbi^h. permitted him to contribute to the slaughter of six million innocent people in the namr\ as he saw it, of efficient railroad engineering. One of the most ambitious economic undertakings in many years go! underway with the struction of the new deep-water port of Ashdod which Is nanced through the Israel developmi id el with th I of a World Bank loan. Continued progress was made in the execution of the National Water Scheme which ito bring the water<>t the Sea of Galilee southward to the Negev through a system of giant 108-inch concrete pipes, tunnels, and open canals. The emphasis on the development of the Negev manifested itself in a number of events Construction of a road to the Arad area was begun and the lirst build. IIC oi the future Arad townShip were erected A pipeline was completed to carry natural gas from the Hush Zohar fields to the Dead Sea Works, and additional gas wells were struck at the nearby Kana'im fields. In addition; construction began on new roa^; to link Arad directly to F.in Boqek and the Dead Sea area, and to connect S'dom to the Eilat-Bccrsheba highway. The hunt for natural resources in the Negev produced reports of additional phosphate fields as well as potential sources of red and black marble, white cement, and construction materials. A group of young Israelis banded together to found a new type of cooperative town near Mitzpeh Ramon. Lack of Material* Among the significant events of the year was the opening of the new Hebrew University-Hadassab Medical Center above Ein-Kerem. The dedication of the stainedglass windows by Marc Chagall at the hospital synagogue marked the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Hadassah Women's Organization. A far more ambitious project for the desalination of sea water is being undertaken jointly by the State of Israel and the Fairbanks-Whitney Corp. of America. using the Zarchin Process of desalination by crystallization through freezing. Zarchin's patent is based on the principle that a non-saturated salty solution, when frozen, will yield ice crystals free of salt, which can be melted into sweet water. Zarchin estimated that the process can be HSed extensively in thirsty lands to produce water at rales which are competitive compared to other irrigation schemes for such and zones, Fairbanks Whitney n • ports very favorable results from a pilot plant in the U.S.A. Sixty percent of the land face ot Israel idi sen and then fore unsuitable for any tyj cultivation. But scientists the world over have experimented for some time with hydroponics, the growing of plants without soil in a medium such as gravel, to which nutrients have been added. At remote desert outposts, at F.in GedJ and Yotvata. vegetables such as tomatoes and cucumbers, and flowers such as carnations and gerbera are being grown on a commercial basis by means of hydroponics. The heat of the desert is an advantage as it serves as a sort of natural hothouse, and the fruit of the desert is produced at a season when none are obtainable elsewhere in the country. Private Consumption Up In the modern world, the fiber industries are second in importance only to those which provide food Man relies on processed fibers for a vast variety of his \ ( iu try which is short I yiel ling con as forests, has to i,. ai d ingenuity to ost of material that may be com) -mned otherwise as waste products At the Institute for Filn : est Product.-. Dr. Men ichem I.ewin has gained an inti rnatioi .1 award for h;s research on converting cornstalks into p ipi ;) U ip, This discovery of the coi .-talk process was planned to pn vide a cheap alternative from local waste for use in the country's largest paper mills. A change in agricultural policy. howe\ r resulted in the substitution | „„ r ghum for corn, and Dr. U experimenting with the sorghum instead of cornstalks. In the meanwhile the nulls are -.isina straw, both local and imported The Institute has also discovered that the Israeli Eucalyptus has changed in character from the Australian and can be used to provide groundwood for m print. Apart from these spectacular examples of applied science in Israel, industry and agriculture are being serviced throughout the country by research laboratories. The aim is to overcome the lack of raw materials by the changes made possible in the test tube. The widening of the gap might have been avoided, in spite of the increased import of investment goods such as ships, had it been possible to slow down the pace at which living standards rose. Had the population required the same for current living as in 1<*W. it would have been possible to sell abroad some things which were consumed here (thus increasing exports) and to reduce the import of consumers' goods. As it was. private consumption per person went up by 6 percent, compared with 1960. (This 6 percent figure is not attribuatable to increases in prices, which themselves rose by 8 percent; it is the rise in actual consumption after the rise in prices has been discounted I The types of goods which were bought with the higher family Incomes show clearly that the Israel population is, on the whole, pat the stage of struggling for tence and is beginning to participate fully in the more varied and comfortable life of modern industrialized countries. Not food, but furniture and household ment. clothing and fw showed the major incr Within the food items. I I registered in meat and fish fresh fruit, tea. coffee, Bread was a substantial) ler part, proportionately, of the national diet. Industrial Exports The struggle of pro trained workers to obi n a larger measure of re< their training and thcii importance may be viewed less than the shortages ol power as growing pains of t Israel economy Such stiu. were unknown during the y< when all energies v.ere devoted to military defensi th reception of immigrants and physical vival. speculation .common that the time may not be distam in which the professional worsen may break awaj from W Histadrut, committed as the HIS tadrut is to the equalitarian values of the pio-eer g day-. HO^ ever, such a %  > will not be taken easily; "'• t w, think it nece • %  > s0 m most cases, regi y • -.CUM"! on the challenges posed for Israel by the Common MarKei < out ci ru itain ma nsiaj o IV : 111.1 H *' Britain, as a member of tni arket, ; discriminate against '•" ora ge in favor ol Eui i



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Page 10-A "age 6-A *.*?//• FkridHsr Friday. May 18, 1962 Resolution Reports Climax Confab David Lerner is c proud recipient of ".he Ner Tamid award, medal bestowed by Scouting officials for highest achievement and diet hi Eillment of the 12th point of the Scout lav.A Scout is Reverent." David, a member of Troop 237, spc I by the Men's Club of Coral Way Jewish Center, is the first Scout of his troop to receive the rd. The ho: -. Lng conferred by Rabbi Samuel April, --.piritucl leader of the congregation Center Camps Plan Programs A new type of playground equipi i -it, colorfully decorated in keep i: ;' with a circus theme, i-. now on view at the Miami YMHA Branch inds, 450 SW 16th ave aan advance indication of the type of < iy camp program to be offered > summer. Large cylen Irical structures have been set up to create a "dragon," a "circus ring." and a "climbing mountain." and will !>' %  uMd for all sorts of new play activities The < i) camp, known as Camp Ma-KaBee, is now enrolling children from to 12 yearof age, for a camp si don beginning June 18 This is one of three day camps to be conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Under the leadership of Mrs. Li-lie Blumberg, camp chairman, and Charles Plotkin, branch director, many new programmatic Ideas •A i ll be introduced this summer, Inc luding tumbling, baton-twirling, clown acts and water -portDaily miming instruction will be provided by qualified Red Cross intractors. Transportation service is available to families living in the Southvest and Coral Gables areas. Log B'Omer Picnic Heth Dav: Congregation's annual Lag B'Omer family picnic will be held on Sunday. io a.m. at Grandon Park Site is the covered pit at parkinlot 2. Scheduled is a f jth' r-and son baseball game, and other activities Sunday school classes will be -uspended for the New Bank For SW Miami Sam I Silver, correspondent for the organizing group, has been notified by the U.S. Comptroller of Currency that an application for thi organization of a national bank on SW 27th ave., at 7th st., has been approved. "This is the first and only chartir ever issued for a national bank in the Southwest section of the City of Miami, and will serve an area with a population of approximately lOO.oou people.'' Silver declared. The organizing group consists of George Coury, Fred B. Hartnett, William L. Pallot. Sam I. Silver, George N. Shaw, Sam J. Ileiman. 1 Thomas L Talbam. Albert E. Lichtenstein, Maurice II. Connel. Theodore W. Slack. Elmer H. Radloff. ; and George W, DuBreuil. Continued from 1-A -hould be granted the nationality of the country of the.r residence and prescribe standards for reduction of future statelessOn another matter, convention tes endorsed the call often le by Label A. Katz. national r "unity in the Jew community The) voted to tin ii the irganization's participation in various "consultative and coordinating assemblies created \ ithin the Jewish community ratil ed is Mr K itz' appeal explore further meantoward collal % %  • activity of thi(I acter B'nai B'nth ia constituent of the World Conference of Je< inizatons, and oi the • Presl lents of Major The delegates and guests attending the convention also heard Henry Edward Schulti of New v ork, chairman of the B'nai E'rith Anti-Defamation League, report that exposure of discriminatory practices in certain resort hotels has resulted "in more and more trade and professional associations taking a stand against meeting at such hotels." He said that a similar exposure of real estate owners and agents who engage in discriminatory practices has led to numerous corrections of these abuses. Benjamin R. Epstein, national director of the ADL. reported that studies during the last decade "have made clear that discrimination against Jews has become institutionalized and virtually a builtin part of modern American living." He said this was true of many areas of social life, as well as in the fields of education, employment and housing. He urged new research and investigations in .'II these areas, in addition to "new c-ivil rights legislation and substantial educational programs to arouse community action" A call for "accelerated efforts'" in the area of adult Jewish education, with deemphasis on "growing parochialism" within the American Jewish community, was sounded here in a report by the organization's Department of Adult Jewish Education. The department pledged to conduct its programs in a manner designed "to expose the Jewish adult to the many options for living as a Jew in a dynamic society." "Our goal," the report stated, "is not to 'hard sell' any particular brand of Judaism, or to claim primacy for any interpretation or institution of Judaism, but rather to develop a thoughtful, literate community." The department said its approach is "guided by the fact that Jewish history has been shaped by scholars and leaders ranging from ultra-Orthodox to secularists." Describing i %  %  breed" of American Jew, which it characteritive bon often a third or fourth gi nerat.on American, col ted, and at ease in hi< American environment." the said that the concept of Jewish education for this group "which jj in search of answers to the intellectual and spiritual problems of our day," makes "outmoded" u. ditional concept of Jewish tion "as an automatic transmission of the total Jewish heritage. But despite these changes, the held, the department rejectcl.che that apathy and indiff towards Judaism and Jewish characterize the vast majority if Vmerican Jew Call Miami: TU 8-3600 21 MAGIC NUMBER FOR MAY SAVERS There is a time Honored custom among savings institutions of allowing a full month's dividend earnings on savings received by the 20th of the month. In May, because the 20th falls on a, Sunday, you have until Mon. day, May 21st to open or add to your WASHINGTON FEDERAL savings account and earn a full month's dividend from May 1st at our current annual dividend rate of 4'A % per year paid and compounded 4 times a year. Why not open or add to your account at any of our 4 convenient offices, or, if you prefer, by mail, on or before May 21 ft. Your insured savings will earn dividends from May 1st at the cur* rent rate of 4'/-t % paid 4 times a year. 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Friday. May 18, 1962 +Jfwisti mkridian Page 3-A U.S. Insurance Firms Invest in Israel Housing NEW YORK—(JTAi—Two major United States life insurance commobilization of commercial capipanics have invested $4 500.000 in a new. $10,000,000 project for the tcl for immigrant hous.ng in Is construction o! 2.000 new housing units in Israel, it was announced here this week. The two firms, the Massachu-i setts Mutual Life Insurance Com-! time for American insurance com-i pany and the New England Mutual, panics to provide funds for immi-J Lite Insurance Company, provided grant housing in Israel through | American-based corporations. SAMUH COHEN the funds to American Associates, newly formed corporation of which Jack D. Weiler is chairman, on 15yt ar notes, guaranteed by the Jewi ish Agency for Israel, which will j lease the units to be constructed. Additionally. American Associates will provide $1,000,000 of its own capital, and will have $4.5 million proceeds of subordinated capi .lal participation by an agency of j the Israel Government. The guar! antees make it possible for the first Associated with Mr. Weiler in American Associates are Irwin S. Chanin. Laurence Tisch, Louis (ilickman, Lawrence Schacht. Charles B. Benenson, Aaron Chile w.ch, Ira Guilden. Samuel Lemberj., and Solomon N. Petcher-*. Nt liotiations for formation of American Associates and for the in-urancc company loans were conducted by Gottlieb Hammer, (xecutive vice chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel and Maurice M. Boukstein, counsel for the Jewish Agency. 1 t Samuel Cohen to Leave Federation Staff; Will Assume Top Post in Springfield (ire of Greater Miami's bestr.own social welfare executivehas epted an appointment as execulive director of the Springfield Jewish Community Council in Massachusetts. Samuel Cohen, who has served lor the past six years as assistant director and head of the communilj planning and budget division of Greater Miami Jewish Federan will take over Ins new post :r. July. The announcement was made by A. J. Harris, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Phillip E. Saks, president of he Springfield Council, v ho said the appointment was recommended by a special committee of past presidents of the Council. re well party en will b held at 4:30 p.m.. Sunday. May .it the Jewish Home for the Harris said the Federation's executive committee accepted Coh. resignation •with deep regret ond sincere appreciation of the job h ( |... done m Miami. His work has been ol a superior caliber, and the community has benefitted from his conscientious attention to every endeavor of which he has been part." Cohen received his post-graduate social work training at Ohio State University's School of Social Administration, famed for its curriculum in community chest end council administration. He is a member of the National Conference for Jewish Communal Service, and the Academy of Certified Social Workers. Prior to his Miami service. Cohen was ;. number of the campaign and planning staff of the Detroit Jewish Welfare Federation for five j i ars. In Springfield. Cohen will assume direction of a council which was i founded mine than 2b years The $10,000,000 which American Associates will provide will finance construction of 2,026 housing units, accommodating about 10,000 persons. American Associates will buy these units from the Israel Housing Authority and lease them to the Jewish Agency for Israel, Inc., for distribution to new immigrants. The units will be in the two newly developed towns of Ashdod and Askelon, on the Mediterranean. Dewey D. Stone, chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, noted that the project pioneered a meth. od of obtaining loans in the United Siatcs to finance immigrant housing against rent guarantees to be extended on behalf of the new' immigrants by the Jewish Agency out of its share in the nationwide United Jewish Appeal. Mr. Weiler reported that "this new way of putting part of our housing budgets on a rental basis will make it possible to substantially increase the number of nousing units available for new immigrants in the current fiscal year.' He indicated that the establishment of American Associates paved the way for an increased Pi Lambda Phi Meeting Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Assn. was 10 have a dinner meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Sorrento restaurant. George Orr. assistant state attorney, was to speak on aspects "1 the "Tropic of Cancer" trial. LETTER TO THE EDITOR SRO Sign Up Only for Jewish Patrons at Miami Opera Balls EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: 1 enclose a letter sent to Dr. Arturo di Filippi. director of the Greater Miami Opera Guild. I be-' Lieve it is to the general interest! of the community that they share the contents of the letter with Dr. di Filippi. himself: Opera Guild of Greater Miami 625 SW 29ih Road Miami 36, Florida Attn: Dr. Arturo di Filippi Gentlemen: Received two notices asking that 1 renew my annual patron member, 'hip to the Opera Guild of Greater Miami. Jewish residents of Greater Miami; and they constitute large proprotion of your audience. Without the Jewish patronage, I doubt whether you could carry on successfully. This is not my first protest. On December 26. 1958. my article in The Jewish Floridian called attention to the flagrant disregard of Jewish sensibilities. The Anti-Defamation League has had a conference with the Opera Ball sponsors and made quite clear the Jewish objection to holding affairs at the Surf Club. My personal protest is to boycott your productions. 1 will be content with listening to the Metropolitan Opera broadcasts on Saturday afternoons during the winter season. HARRY SIMONHOFF Miami Beach I enjoy your operas and believe you deserve great credit for the productions you stage. But I will not renew my membership. My reason is that you persist in holdirii' your annual balls at the Surf club, a society of religious bigots islanders Chapter Luncheon which discriminateagainst Jewish \ isitors. To held your social affairs in that atmosphere of prejudice and segregation is an insult to the Ri liar luncheon meeting of the [.-landers chapter of women's American ORT was held Tuesday noon Seville hotel. European Power Spies in Israel Continued from Page 1-A his departure only on condition that he supply security information from Israel. They told him also that his parents would be held as hostages. The newspaper saio that the man supplied information, such as details of air bases and troop movements, to a courier who had diplomatic status in Israel. The man, the paper said, realized that the information would be of little interest to a European power and must have been intended lor the intelligence serv.eeof Arab countries. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AOFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceed! go towards support of the Home. You may contribute, lake • tan deduction or we will pay cair. lor tame. Remember ... we are NOT a profit-making organiiation We • re helping your community to keep it* dignity. By helping otherl you • re helping yourself! Manufacturer and jobbers—remember—we can ui* • II >our julcailj or misfits. 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Pcwe IO-A •• Page 16-A A H i *>t flcridi&n Friday. May 18, 195; Continuing Jewish Identification T... ;• t.';c third • %  • %  tenet bjifJ •.•> %  u rebel* by D..r f Schtry bf/ort a bjn.juei of th< J.':nr Dejer.< Ar,-' ? •jn^h: and pictti ( tx*cum who ha.< been •.:';:•••; j>mcreawng degree iterest • %  < % %  American .T-. iffatrt Hu nj-if hai been fre•ul chairman of tc Ann-Dt/amation League 0/ B'TIOT B'ntn ',--ouble A small accident would ... v o k e •Mammanyu" (beloved Mother), a larger mishap would tring forth "Tottenyu" (beloved J'atherj and a shock would prov.us no exchange of thought. Every home, every nation, our world — is better protected by a f::ith that is nourished and culBy DORE 5CHARY Our middle class is in no more ? .i?opardy than our working class or | our highly esteemed upper class, | Lot the symptoms of fear are dem5 <>• tftrated b> the increased activity I 0* the far right. So, these ill-conceived fears must f t>_challer.ged — they must be op> wed. We must bring reason into i le arena of public discussion. That \ >o is a job to which J.D.A. ad-j presses itself. X fSLSt^S 'ome Slt.inm.nt are depressing affairs as hclpskeepU .Uve1.jd he can help cur leisure time I submit they arta-e black tie Seders that are speedonly D> wonting ai 1 worthy causes n0 matter what >eung boy, there was a tr.nity to hunRrv and then rushe d at the end ,h eir falth or rate 0 r color; it because the guests have to get woulcl be a drearv world if there to their gin rummy games. Since I am not an Orthodox Jew (lama Conservative I am not advocating the return to orthodoxy. vokT'H^nJu'Tbelw^GodT J** ] am advocating is a frontj ured and pr0 e cted. A disaster would cause a recitation ** of resistance to religious at, ho d X0Q ha we servc Arnerlt a Of a n three,r -" on and assimilation. We in our en|istln in thl „ght against ._• i_ home, loved Fourth of July and %  Hi a J u at „ an( i ._., snread%  Perhaps 1 mention this because ..!_,. Torah •• prejudice and hate ann tni sprtaii T deplore what I believe is a failing !" Tora *' „ .. ir.g of lies When we stand for the Ofl of Jewish-American life. This: *hat a m advocating is continnghts of anv man we stand for hyphenated term does not dismay |"d identification -tradition ours A man deprived of one single ri vilege means we are deprived, (he main, is formed of hyphens: *"• *• mak ; their choices and Any m an kept off a bus or out of Irish-American. Ital.an-Amcrican.; -'('lections of what to retain from restaurant keeps us out. A Cathov'.erman-American. Japanese-Amerthis religion come from good old 1* slandered by bigotry means that •can, Polish-Amer.can. and if the "krafteck (StNOg) Jewish homes we are slandered. "A man is not hyphens drop away, we are liable but how much have they d.m.n-; t remain u.th a bland standardized Wmd JnbtaM to ttrirdjdnn? Mnerican who will have crushed t How much is left by the time it from his bones the ju.ces that' reaches the grandchildren and made hin, what he was in the be-' great-grandchildren. ; inning. The names on any roster A question may be posed: •How t an American army squad, footimportant is it As long as they I all team, board of directors or j live as good people what difference .ihool faculty are testimony to the does it make? It's what's in the amalgam of the American henheart that counts." True, but how '.age. Our foods, language and cusdoes it get into the heart' Judaism toma reflect the diversity of our is unique and also so indestructiintional background. If the descenble, because it is essentially an abiants of our hyphenated ancestors i sti act and intellectual and ethical 'lo not cherish this diversity, it will faith that requires will and discilie lost and with it something pre-! p'ine and cerebration. It is not previous will be lost to Americans. i liferated into too many branches As a Jew I am disquieted at anbecause its central theme and trunk %  septic religious services that conis so very strong. But it can't exvey little about Judaism either to lift unless it is tough. I believe the participating Jew or the obthat the concept of active and der.erving Gentile: Bar Mitzvahs prevoted monotheism which is the 'sided over by professionals who are Jewish contribution to the faith ol hired to make the event an enterman can stay alive only if the Jew an island" is not only poetry — it is a way of life — it is the basic principle of all great religions; of all political philosophies of democracy; of all important credos of ethics. For all these reasons then, perhaps this is why you are here tonight. I know that's why I'm here. You devoted workers who work for J.D.A. know all that is at stake — if you should ever lose your de vetion — if we should ever eta*; the struggles against the problem* that beset us — Mammanyu. Tottenyu. Gottenyu. Keep the pieoge — dear frirndi — keep the pledge. WELL KNOWN MUSIC DIRECTOR & CHORAL CONDUCTOR Available for Temple position. Best of References. P.O.B. 1537, Miami Beach 39 RENT A CAR from $2.50 pr day |i". pei wk Arnlieafft chariw ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 34765 magnificent FIRST RACE 8:15 EM. MIAMI BEACH Kennel < lub %  %  / V THE FINEST IN PRINTED FABRIC NAME TAPES FOR CAMP CLOTHES School Clothes and Institutions $1.00 per 100 Send Check or Money Order Sorry. No COD's QUICK DELIVERY Wholesale Accounts Welcome NAME-ON CO. 57th ST. & GRAYS AVE. PHILA. 43, PA. DOG RACING NIGHTLY llxceot Sundays) if NO MINORS ir •—r~^^—' %  )" i — *"—— % %  % %  CAMP HILLDALE CO-ED 4 TO 18 MONTICELLO. 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Friday. May 18. 1962 Jenisti f h r MNar ) Page 7-B Southeast ORT Region Installation Set; Mrs. Rosenblatt is New President -t Wertbrooke Country Club "Sprine't me" dinner dance at-nded by seme 5C0 members weie Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox, cl Coral Gabies, end the Sam Liptons, of Micmi Beach. The ..inner dance was the club's May affair. Each nicnth Westrooke holds ancthei dinner dance for memb3rs and quests, "he club, only three months old, is at 8500 on the Trcil. tulaiions to the new pros : dent of Temple • S st i .i '.'iid Kalish, ai I • resident, Mis. berg right), and Mrs. Maurice Waldorf tcenter), lairman oi the nominating committee. Installation of officers ok place at a luncheon at Westbrooke Country Club on • %  eir.esday. Beech 'V Picks New Officers Mrs. Sidney Lang is the newlyected president oi the Women's .vision of the Miami Beach \lil.\ Branch, it was announced > Robert Grossman, president, iami Beach "Y" is a branch of .' Greater Miami Jewish Commu y Center Mis. Lang resides with her bus* • ,ind and two daughters at 4433 N. > rd. The family was originally om Atlantic City, N. J.. and has ed on Miami Beach for the past • x yeai it her officers and board mem• rs of the Women's Division are norary president. Mrs. Norman Her; vice presidents. Mrs AIrt Ossip and Mrs Albert Somers; treasurer, Mrs Samuel oka-. wcial secretary. Mrs Leon Epstein; recording secretary, Mrs. liott Pearl; corresponding secrery, Mrs. Wilma Lembo; board of ectors, Mesdames Irving Cypen, '•'dton Green, Robert Grossman, Milton snkin. William Sussman, • onion Kami. Jack Katzman. Theodore M Trushin and Haroid • alter LebowitZ, Robert Rosen. Vinik. New president oi the Southeastern Florida region of Women's American ORT is Mis Harry Rosenblatt. Formerly of Philadelphia. Mrs. Rosenblatt served as chairman of the executive committee for two years and has held office in ORT en a regional level since its organization here in 1952 In 19:>. Mrs Rosenblatt -pen: several months in Europe. Israel end North Africa. v.siting ORT installations. Installation luncheon "ill be held Wednesday a; the Doral Country New Officers Take Over Helm Mr.\; :• %  .;. Kay< newlj elected p i sidi nl i Coral Waj Jewish in.inSisterhood, was to conduct her nr-t meeting on Thursday. May \~ Theme of tin program, under din ction i I Mrs S ilomon ; nster ....::• IS I be "To fell the Truth." i Ithi r new exe ivi ffi ITS are -in s William S< Iman, Arthur Frank and W Jacobs, vice presidents; Arth i Frank, reel rd.nj si retar>. !: etik(i. corn -i ondin; se< ri:. rj. Joseph Redstone, treasurer, r arcl members are Mesdames l-'h ,.. lore S Toby i'i -••-. G Solomon i .:. %  • A Irvinj I'latofl S \ I Ii liner and Picneer Womc^ Back From Tour f M Mrs Mrs .. i Tai %  % %  •.'.i r Worm IT. I London, it ras m i n fd by Mrs. S nt of Pii neer Women. The tour, which began on Apr 16 from New York Internationa! Air port, took the 156 American and Canadian travelers i h extensive excursions through London, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa. Beersheba, and Tiberias Highhght of the trip was spending Passover in the Holy Land as guests at a Seder in Tel Aviv. Tour numbers also occupied grandstand Feats at Israel's Independence Day parade on Ma> 9 and attended a banquet in their honor tendered by Moetzet Hapoalot. sister organization of Pioneer Women in America Club, with Daniel Neal Heller. Miami attorney, conducting the ci emony. and Mayor Kenneth oka. of Miami Reach, extendin greetings. Ri .ion vice presidents to be iniMillrit ana Mesdames Jacob Glassman, Neil lioder. Willard Wohlge inuih. Richard Greenbaum, Gerald d and Alan Tannen. Chairmi n of the executive com mittei Mrs, Harold Echnei I Mrs. Isadore Herman, treasurer; \ rs Bernard Moskin, recording secretary; Mrs. Jacques Bril, corresponding secretary; Mrs. .lack Fils final Cial secretarj. an Mrs Earl Gold, parliamentarian. Chapter presidents to be installed Mrs Louis Baron. Bay; Mrs Jack Kramer. ISiscayne: Mrs. Edward Blackman. Coral Gables; Mrs Max Ahrons, Greater Miami: Mrs. Arthur Wintpn, Greynolds 1 ark: Mrs. William Fishman, ihami Beach Afternoon; Mrs Alan Venzer. Hollywood. Mrs Seym Idsli .i'h Miami; Mrs Morton Weinberger, Southwest. Mrs Mark Cirlin, Islanders; Mrs. Henry Gilbert. North Dade; Mrs. Seyn our Shafran, North Miami. MRS. HARRY ROSENBLATT Molly Turner Appointed John Gibson, president of the Dade County chapter. Leukemia announced the appoint• ient of television personality, Miss Mollj Turner, as Dade county cam• ; hairman for the annual apning May 15. MRS. SIDNEY IANC TETLEY TEA INSTANT OR IN BAGS Tetley has that full, wonder, ful "tiny little tea leaf flavor". NtW —mclti Irtd fro With tap woltr. True Sisters Install Officers New officers for United Order True Sister-. Miami 4:i. will be installed m ceremonies Monday. i p.m., at Hibiscus auditorium. 955 Alton rd. From the National Grand Lodge in New York. Mrs George G Levy v. ill be installing officer, assisted by Mrs. Malcolm Roth, and Mrs Harold Brown, past presidents of Miami 43. Officers to be installed are Mesdames Bernard Lowenthal, president; Edward Lewis, vice president; MornWeinberg. corresimnding secretary; Herman Wolf, financial secretary: Alvin Herbst. treasurer. Also Mesdames Louis London, mentor; Joseph Barehan and Harry Rosen, wardens; Max Huthfield. guardian; and Edmund Perls, Harold Brown. A J. Montanari. trustees. UOTS. Miami 43, serves indigent cancer patients and the tumor ehnic for children maintained at the Variety Children'Hospital. A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Rebekah lodge Party Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 is sponsoring a card party tor members and Odd Fellows at the Work men's Circle, 25 Washington ave on Tuesday evening. Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day vea^? Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! 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Paae 10A Tage 4-B JewlsMorldnari Friday, M Gy ij, l962 Mrs. Shaw Will Lead Ner Tamid Women's Group A Miami Beach couple will serve oi-piesulents of two of Temple Ner Tamid's pivotal organizations. Mrs, Murraj A Shaw will be lnpresidenl of the Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood during Fn%  min sen Icesal the Temple. %  thi same ceremony, Murray A. w will receive the gavel f of.,president of the Temple. with Rabbi Eugene Labovitx, spirlal leader, serving a^ installuig < fficer. i'-her officers are Mesdames Carlton Blake, Henrietta Fine. Jack Gerson, Jack Greenberg, and Eugene Schwarz. vice presidents; Rita Goldman, recording secretary; Irving Weingrotf. financial secretary; Harry Castan. assistant financial secretary; Adolph Greenbaum.i treasurer; and Yvette Silberger. corresponding secretary. Trustees are Mesdames Louis Cohen. Louis Gold, and Fannie Sklar. On the board of directors are! Mesdames Max Amhowitz, Max Rarrer. Ann Rernstein. Harry Drown. Frank Cohn. Fred Deutsch, [ Irving Egel. Hyman Eisenbaum.' Dr. Ren L. Fabric. Ezra Finegold.j Nathan Flamm. Herman Frank.' Michael Glazer. Ruth Goldstone.| Sam Greenfield. William Harns. Michael Ileyman. Louis Hirsch. Louis Hoberman. Seymour Horowitz, Hal Kane. Joe Kahn. William Keats, Jack Klinger, Pauline Korenvaes, Ludwig Kosterich. Dave Krauss, Eugene Labovitz. Many a Ltshin. Harry Levin, Benjamin Linde. George Meisel. Mrs. Bert Menachof. Ralph Men-is. Also Mesdames Leonard Paul. Donald Prichason. Charles Raab, Max Raskin. Dale Regent. Mitch : Reiner. Alex Rest. Louis Robbins.: Era Rosenfield. Harry Schoener, Jack Shaw. Joe Silverman, Samuel Silvers, Phillip Sommatt. Louts Stallman. Joseph Stemberger, Rebecca Sussman. Abe Trosky. Carl Tyson. Morris Woskow, Sol Weiss, Dave Wittan, Moses Wolf, and' Maurice Zaretsky. /VMS. MURRAY SHAW Women's Group Schedules Dinner Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish Center will hold its annual donor dmner and dance on Sunday evening. May 27. at the Deauville hotel. The function will celebrate Sisterhood's past year of ••diligent work in fund-raising." Members of the women's organization this week extended "grateful thanks" to Mrs. Howard Gurland, president, "lor her devotion to her duties, which helped inspire the members to give their best efforts." Also singled out for praise were Mrs. Harry Spring and Mrs. Leon Spitzer, in charge of arrangements for the May 27 function. Women's AJConq Picks Mrs. Mamie! Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet was installed as president of the Women's Division. South Florida n American Jewish C >n res last week at the Algiers hotel 1 ;.,lion luncheon mi ct.on of new off I three UC Da l,,:m "%  r the day, ai stalling offi ter was Mrs William Maxwell. Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. national vice president, gave the invoi and Harold Kramer, executive officer of the area office, gave a report on AJC activities, Serving with MrMamlet will be Mesdames Russell Winer. Louis Cohen, Herbert Zame and Frederick Bruce, vice presidents; Mae Sucher, corresponding secretary; Mary Cohen, recording secretary; and'Albert Ladd. treasurer. New officers of the Miami chapter are Mesdames Samuel Penchansky. president: Lewis Gold. Richard Votra. Fred Weiss. Julius Schwartz and Samuel Rosenstein, vice presidents; Anne Heidenrich, corresponding secretary; Anne Mae Weiss, recording secretary; Isaac We.nberger. financial secretary; Anne Stiber. assistant financial secretary New officers of the Louise Wise chapter are Mesdames Herman Keller, president; Samuel Herder. Emma Ratner. and Rose L. Brown, Vice presidents; Louis Cohen, corusponding secretary; Camille M. Rerg. recording secretary; Isadore Baum. treasurer: Jacob Bernstein, financial secretary, and Ida Slickson, assistant financial secretary. New officers of the Biscayne chapter are Mesdames Albert ZuckMRS. ALfRlD MAhMll erman and Morris Beckman. presidium; Albert Gilman and Jack Sands, vice presidents; Harry Woiiinw.sk>. corresponding secretary; David Goldberg, recording secretary; and Leonard Sidersky. financial secretary and treasurer. A musical program was present id by Mrs. olga Bibor Stern and Rudi Suranyi. Stork-Bound Off to Classes Mt. Sanai Hospital v... ; bcji nan Other of its series of stork ciiih programs for expect; • ; .,-,.,.. Wednesday evening, ; Tk >;x meetings, free I then n* fathers-to-be, arc • month, at the ho-; %  • %  p.m. Sessions Include •n the maternitj and its faci lectures on "Birth ; Bath Time for i Time for Baby," ai \'o ^ \ cm are Parents." Group discus by members of th( ment of the hospitt I | and pamphlets on u are distributed. Interested parent-. be m.r enroll and receive further information by calling the nursing at Mt. Sinai Hospital Beach Chapter In Two Meetings Meeting of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital was to be held on Thursday evening. 8 p.m.. at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Miami Beach, with newly-elected officers presiding. Program was planned by Mrs. Jerry Resnick A card and mah jongg party will be held Sunday evening at the Delmonico hotel. Women's Corps Has New Officers Mrs. Jesse G. Maypre-iaVnt of the Women's Corps ol the Cancel Institute of Miami, was ins! (.fficer at a luncheon of the Sun I nit of the cancer gn up this ck at the Algiers hotel. Outgoing president. Mrs Runard Koota, turned over the-#vel to Mrs. AI Kimmcl who will guide the Sun Unit for the coming year. Other officers installed were vice presidents, Mrs Martin Shane, Mrs. Francis Power! and Mrs. Ann Rerger; recording secretary. Mrs. Simon Gould, treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Rifkin; financial secretary. Mrs. Sam Morgan; corresponding secretary Mrs. Leo Aikerman; chaplain. Mrs. Sam Server. 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Paae 10-A Page 10-A -Jewish fk>ridliain Friday, May .3, ig 62 Top Officials Testify on Mid East WASHINGTON—.TTAi—Two top Administration officials will be 000 from the Fund, as well ,,s in called this Week to testify before a Congressional subcommittee cm defer payments on S29.ooo,ooq U lited Stat< policy in the Middle East, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency orth of previous "drawings" due Theodore K. Landau, assistant manager of the Bank Leumi ^e-Israel Branch in New York, which has charge oi operations in North and South America, goes over a copy of his bank's statements with two Miami Beach financiers during Landau's visit here. Left is Dr. Bernardo Benes, savigs officer Right is Abraham Grunhut, vice president of Washinqton Federal Savings and Loan Assn. The three men met to discuss potential new services for Washington Federal savers with connections ill Israel. Landau stopped over in Miami Beach en route to Boca Raton for a convention of international bcnkers. learned h< n (In Jerusalem Sunday. Avraham llarman, Israel Ambassador to Nations, during the past few Washington, attended the weekly mon ths, signal the adoption of ; %  meeting of the Cabinet, and reportnew Mid ii Eastern policy which en on current relations between. lu >; (! "cannot serve the cagse :hi United Stati • and Israel. Pre.., p,.,,,,. % %  viously, h< had participated in a The Kennedy Administration's secret series i : h gh-level consults,„,]„., ,., economic aid to the Unitli with Mrs Golda Meir, the ,.,i Arab Republic took concrete Irrael For,,. M nister, and Michfc rn ,„.,., ;,., weekend, when the eel s Comay. Israel's permanent ,, ,,,,-„,,,, ona ] Monetary Fund antivi al the United Nan „unced it had allowed the Egypt %  Hi also reported on the jr ( ; inirn ,.,„, .„ borrow $2,500, Washing; n-Jerusalem situation to tlu fon gn affairs and security committee of the Knesset. Israel's Parliament. > Invitations to Phillips Taliiot, Ass : stant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, and Harlan Cleveland, Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, have gone out from Democratic Congressman L. H. Fountain, of North Carolina, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee's subcommittee on the Near East. The two officials were scheduled to testify at a closed-door hearing of the subcommittee on Wednesday afternoon. rcxt January and March Fund is a United Nation; Special, ized Agency holding a pool of $15 000.000,000 worth of gol ,,„1 ,., lr ] rencies from 75 men-.'' r states However the U.S.A. halecisiva influence on loans—these ire call. ph> on display at the school. a demand last month by a memPrevious winners are 1958, Benji ber nf the subcommittee, DemoLebow: l rry Dunn and John crctic Coi ressman Leonard FaroOliver n Gypp and David stein, ol Ni / York, that AdminisCamp; 1961 Marj Gray and Louis fatien officials bi asked to tell Capom the 11 -i motivated" i S spoi orship o| the United Na tlons Si I ritj Council resolution to ci nsure I.ra<. nth, a; u ell athe Us ast Dei ember in the I Assembly. op| -: i6-i at.on resolution calling ... iel-Arab peace talks Mr Farl s:< ii | xpressed a fear that I .ai in the United FREE ISRAEL BOOK 45 PICTURES AND MAP OF ISRAEL WITH FJRCHASE Of YUBAN THE SIMCHA COFPEE AT YOUR LCCAL S'DRE or Enclose labt. from %  • • mt Yuban cr c cf tin around from Regular .ban with your name and iddress and se'd to JEWISH FIORIDIAN P.O. Box 2973 Main Pest Offic? Miami 1, Fla. HENDRIE stands for: | • Perpetuo'.ng ond strengthen, ing the Americon woy of life. • Reoding, wiiting ond arithmetic. • Building stronger ond heolthier boys ond girls. • Vocational training opportunities • A full progrom for exceptionally oble ond hond'copped children. • Adequate sclories few oil school ,v>i


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Friday. May 18. 1962 • JmUti FhrXMaun Page 7-A Israel Parades Her Military Power Sam A. Goldstein (left;, president of Temple Israel of Greater Miami, congratulates Cantor Jacob G. Bomstein as Rabbi "cseph R. Narot applauds during tribute to the Reform synagogue's cantor-education director or. his ICth anniversary with the congregation. A trip to Irsael for Center Bomstein and his wife was the gift of the congregation. Dr. Abram Sachar to Address Brandeis University Dinner at Eden Roc Tuesday Local Brandeis I'n.versity foster ..mm are making a concentrated rt to add new member,to their nks and will culminate the drive Ih their annual associates dinner ai the Eden Roc hotel on Tuesdaj i tening. Di Abram ISachar. president : th( university. will be guest ol : and is expected to tell som< %  of the strides made by Bran%  ... m ol thi nation youngest, d the only non-sectarian univer\ sponsored by J< w The school which started its • -nman term in 1"18 with onl> i students and a faculty ol : i mbers. now numbers more than • 0, including 20 students from Greater Miami area. Brandeis also has won the covfied accreditation for a Phi Beta Kappa chapter on campus. Membership in this distinguished Jrholarship fraternity has, prior •e the Brandeis recognition, been granted only to 164 faculty chap•ers out of 1,800 schools and colleges in the nation. The university has more than 50 members in the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity among its present 230 member faculty. The dinner, chaired by Ernev .lanis. .s sponsored by the Brandeis University Club of Greater Miami. (i which Dr. Stanley Frehling is president. Fullest cooperation is being offi red. too. by the Brandeis University National Women's Committee Cff. ABRAM SACHAR under the direction of Mrs. Joel Meyer, Miami president, and Mrs. William Brenner, president of the Miami Beach chapter. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 Riverside Bank Marks Birthday Riverside Bank .s celebrating its 21si birthday this week. The bank was opened May 19. 1S41 with the late Calvin Oak as president ar.d Tully Dunlap as cashier. Oak's widow, Flavia de Camp U..k. now serves as chairman ot the hoard of directors, and Dunlap is president. Opening day deposits were S49,000. and resources today are listed at $25,000,000. The bank will serve coffee and take on Friday in celebration of its i anniversary. Continued from Page 1-A ium Sherman tanks. Fifty armored vehicles roared and ploughed along the asphalt road. An armored infanty unit was the final display in the lead armored units. Then came the artillery. French guided anti-tank missiles and United States five-milimeter recoilless guns headed that section of the parade. Fieid artillery pieces followed including 25pcund guns, self-propelled 155milimeter weapons, and heavy anti-aircraft guns. When the infantry column approached the reviewing stand, the lain Stopped and the skies cleared somewhat. Unit after unit of steelh< Imeted khaki-clad troops march(d along, followed by Air Force members in grey and Navy personnel in snow-white uniforms. FlowITS were tossed at the girl march( r s the smartest marchers as usual. The infantry column included a unit of Druze and Bedouin tribesmen, border police, civil police, youth battalions engineering and communication units, and two units of crack paratroopers. Independence Day celebrations got underway in cool weather. Israelis celebrated Independence Day in family gatherings and parties which did not break up until dawn. Many went directly from such celebrations to the parade site. Haifa had a parade of folk dancers who pranced through the main streets, sweeping thousands nt spectators into their parade. The Navy set up open house on its moored ships for children of Malta. Beersheba had a children's parade. In accordance with established customs, Memorial day for Israel's lL'.OOO killed or lost in action in the War of Independence was observe I the day before Independence Day. One-minute blasts of sirens marked the start of services for Israel's war dead. The observance began the prior night when candles were lighted in synagogues throughout Israel Mr. Ben-Gurion broadcast a special Independence Day message in which he said Independence Day should be considered not or.ly a festival but .il:.> an occasion for the state and its people to take stock of their position and achievements. He said "it must be borne in our minds end engraved on our hearts that the rjatior. has not yet arrived at journey's end. The way ahead is still long and difficult, ar.d strewn with piitalls Slid dangers." He said Israel's economy was nut yet self-supporting, that Israel has not yet guaranteed to the whole younger generation the edu cation.il and social standards re quired to continue the maintenance of the spiritual and moral advantage which is our own secret wea 1 (in both on the international scene and for military tests that may yet be in store." The Prime Miniser Cited the new economic policy set in motion with the devaluation of the Israeli pound, last February 9, and warned that essential economic reforms could not succeed without UU planned, concerted efforts of all concerned, including workers, employers, managers, experts and professionals, as well as Israel banks, local authorities and the national Government. He appealed for all out cooperation to cut costs and improve productivity of Israel's industry. He said that, while Israel's population had more doubled in the 11 years of Statehood, there were still millions of Jews in other countries who were doomed to spiritual extinction if their longing to setth in Israel remained unfulfilled. He added thai "as long as we have not brought .n these millions, there can be no ease In Israel, and our primary and supreme task will not have been achieved." Members of the diplomatic corps. United Nations representatives and heads of foreign missions called on President lihak Ben-Zvi. The dean of the diplomatic corps, Soviet Ambassador (Wkhail Bodrov, felicitated the ('resident, the Government and Ihe people on behalf of his colleagues, who had assembled for a reception by President and Mrs. Ben-Zvi. Deputy Defense Minister Shonioii Peres said that "it cannot be said that the danger to Israel has decreased." He said that "although both Israel and the neighboring Arab countries had acquired new weapons, the huge advantage of the Arab states in that respect remained unchanged." He added that Arab rulers "continue to threaten Israel and to wave their swords against this country." He asserted that no threat would prevent Israel from carrying out its development plans, including the countrywide irrigation plans which include pumping water from Lake Tiberias to the Negev. He stressed that Israel would continue to maintain a powerful deterrent force to prevent any immediate danger Academic Honors Day at U of M University of Miami's third ani.ual Academic Honors Day was ; celebrated Wednesday. Some 700 lents who have achieved Dean's List academic standing b> maintaining 2.5 or better averages for I from one to five semesters VM N h.nored. Highest attainable aver ;:ge is 3. Dr. Charles Doren Tharp. vice I president and dean of faculties, addressed the convocation. Awards t were presented by Dr. H. 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Friday. May 18. 1962 +Je*ist Meridian Page 9-A Soviet Letter Hotly Denies Jews are Persecuted Continued from Pago 1 A Soviet State takes care of the Jew] population in the same way as i Joes Soviet citizens of any other, ationality." It cited these "facts" | back the contention: "The Jewish population of the Soviet Union as of the 1959 cents was 2,268,000." Of the almost 400,000 undergraduates turned ui by Soviet institutions of high• learning, there were 77,177 The letter was signed by Z. Vendorf, a writer; Prof. Boris Eidelman, master of laws; composed Lev Pulver; Prof, losof Braginsky, editor-in-chief of the magazine, "The Peoples of Asia and Africa;" and Prof. Ilya Strashun, a member of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences. (An editorial Monday in the New York Times, referring to the letter, pointed out that "these data, however, do not meet the specific questions raised in the West." The editorial asked: "Why are Jews not permitted to have matzos at Passover? Whyhas such prominence been given to Jewish criminals in the Sovicf. pi ess in recent months, though no corresponding prominence is given, to the important role Soviet Jews play in their country's scientific, medical, literary and legal life? And why are Soviet Jews treateit worse than any other major Soviet minority when it comes to freedom to express their cultural interests in the traditional langua • Of Soviet Jews. Yiddish?") J // 'eve &M // 194111962 To you who have helped us reach another milestone, we ore sincerely grateful, and oil of us who have had the privilege of serving you wish to say THANK YOU! If you've never used our service, stop by. You'll find some mighty friendly folks ond a place where you'll enjoy doing business. We are on independent bonk, locally owned ond locally operated. The same management has been maintained since our doors first opened — 21 years ago. We have an experienced and capable staff. Our officers are all career bankers — men and women who devote their full time to the Riverside Bank. We invite your account, large or small. JOIN US FOR CAKE AND COFFEE FRIDAY, MAY 18th 9:30 A.M. UNTIL 2:00 P.M. F. deC. Ook Chairman of the Board Jomes R. Dovont Thomas F. Chodwick Judith H. Cooper OFFICERS TuHy F. Dunlop Venter L. Lowe President Senior Vice President Vke Presidents E. S. Davenport Assistant Vice Presidents C M. Holloway S. S. Cooke Assistant Cashiers Joseph E. Goutier George T. Elder Auditor Corl V. Thomos Dl RECTORS David Class Vice President ond Coshier Howard A Tyler F. L. Riddcll Froiicis J Giuffnda f dcC Ook Tully F Dun lap Verncr L. Lowe O. B Simmons, Jr AM. T>ler Cho-mon of the Board President Senior Vice President Mershon Sowycr Johnston Tylers Restaurants Simmons and Dunwody Founded 1941 by Calvin Oak (18821952) (0Uk&> r^"" FLAGLER 12 !" AVENUE MIAMI'S BANK OF J^nd SERVICE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation



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Friday, May 13 1362 v.lenisfFkiriidlHrir Page 11-A Man Behind Israel's Air Power to Visit Miami On Sunday. M I 27. Brig. Gen. Ezer Wcizni.i me of Israel's i netable heroes, will conic to Miami to join in paying tribute to in i lank, Sam i ;l Friedland, Max Orovitz and Da:' Ruskin. Carl Welnkle, linner chairman, i iid Leonard Rosen, co-chairman, i inted out thai Gen Weizmann's I ii.i pation at the dinner of tiihunder au-;>" >s >f (he Greater Miami Israel B Organization ""is •nil. '<• not ihe four men honored, but : > the common j:j ni Miami." rhe linner will take i iace at the Diplomat hotel Ge r WeiimjTi Is commander in-ch-H of Israel's Air Force, and at the age of 33 is one of the work s younges* men to head a major arm of My country's military establishment. Tall an! e..-g ung in appearance i %  < n. v. %  -..• inn is an efficient di iciplinar n ho has earne I the re*p< -t an I i imlration of his nen as a res his own greal i xploit m Israe War of Liberation and the i impaign, and ; revii i ily in R A.F during V. irld War Ii One of Israe I fighter pilots .1 founder of >Air Force, Gen. Weizmann hateld 'op-level null i 1 1>1 sts for 01 et i lecade and has been in charge if hts country's air power for the past three year-. Fornurlv chief of operations of the 1-rael Air For.', he has been responsible for creating and maintaining for Israel the most effective expressed an intense interest in air-, jot-powered air I ifense in the Midrlanes and was determined to learn dleEaet. l0 f,y Gen. Weizman, comes from a I" l2. at the height of World family whose tradition is leaderWar II. 18-year-old Ezer Weizmann *n. 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SHERATON HOTELS 60 hotel* m 42 cities coit to coest in the USA., m Hawaii, m Canada, ana overseas substantial scale in December, 1947, immediately after the United Nations General Assembly had ruled that Israel should be established as an independent nation. The only air force this emerging r.at-on had at the time consisted of light planes which were used for all purposes. Gen. Weizmann became one of the first fighter pilots in the country. Most of his operations were in the Negev area, but they were not limited to combat flights and interception of enemy planes. He and his fellow-pilots were required to evacuate wounded personnel. drop and fly in supplies to isolated out-posts, and strafe and machinegun enemy positions. In one mission, he landed at the besieged Etzion enclave to rescue several Israelis and took oil again before the isolated settlement finally fell to the Jordanian Arab Legion. When the formal establishmenl of the State was announced in May, ifM8. 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Friday. May 18, 1962 *JteM #• fBorkttaifl Page 3-B [embers of Beth David Sisterhood practice Michael Covin. Elmer Spector, Dave Alterman. rotary; Bernard Leffler. recording* secretary; Seymour Kaplan, financial and membership secretary; Sam Badanes, treasurer; Max Ja< obson, advisor; ami elected board members. The post apresident culn years of service to r,< th David by Mrs. Seitlin, whose husband and son were Bar Mittvah in th< synaMrS< itlin also has a -!uer Installation lunchi i irmen Radiation to be Subject im Beach Denial Society will meet Monday. 7 p.in at the Seville hotel Program will unhide a dis. cussion of "Fallout in the Human Food Supply and Hazards of Radiation Affecting Dade County." Election of officers will take place. Opti-Mrs. Club Convention Here Fourth annual convention of the Opti-Mrs. of the Fourth Distr.ct i pened Wednesday at the Carillon hotel and will continue through SatUl clay. There are 43 clubs represented Pi the convention from throughout Florida. Awards will OK given to honor clubs, and election of district office rs will be held Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston, of Opti-Mrs of Miami !',i ach, is convention chairman, and Beach club members are acting as hostessi %  Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz and Mil hai I i • %  in. Members participating in the ledy -kit an Mesdames Elmer Spector, Dave Alterman, Murray Turetsky, Roy Mack, George Saluk, Iph Hankin. Walter Falk and me Maxwell. Beth David Sisterhood officer? to be installed Wednesday are •.o right Mrs. Leonard Wolf, membership vice president; Mrs. Theodore Lomaskin. school relations vice president; Mrs. Louis Seitlin. president; Mrs. Meyer Forer, program vice president; and Mrs. Richard Herold, fund-raising vice president. STORE YOUR WINTER GARMENTS FOR THE • SAFEST • SUREST • COOLEST FUR STORAGE NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR FURS REMODELED REPAIRED. FREE TRIP ON THE S.S. FLORIDA. REGISTER YOUR NAME WITH US NOW. GROVE CLEANERS AND FURRIERS COCONUT GROVE. FLORIDA 3180 Commodore Plaza, Miami rout CMMITS HI 6-2536 BIKUR CHOUM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME_ NON PROFIT NON-SECTJRIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY oncer Strict 6up.rvl.lon of th. Orthodox V..dHk..hr U th of Florid. Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ever. Director 94.HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL D.lTsOBS?BV E i CONGEN.AL SURROUND.MOS VCDU N {.WIPMIH1 fUPNISHINCS flRlPROOf BUIINMO 310 Collins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach GO CAREFREE IN OUR ARNEL PACKABLE You could go around the globe in our R&K originals ... it won't wilt, • crush! Wear it or pack it, it in n-';nutes it drip-dries ready to go again. Beautifully a over tucked ame! tr ace-ate with inflare • 12 to 20 A/JS£S' DMSStS-AU FIVE BUBD/NE'J MS. IN MMMf, TH RD F100R. IE FtSCNS



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I i n Ferae 8-A +Jenist> Florid/ten fnday. May VI. 19 62 Miami Jewry Responds to Home With $500,000 ; man, and Baron dc Hii were there for the dinner as ih!' were there in 1953. Initial endeavors by the building fund committee of the Jewish Home for the Aged have resulted in pledges of $500,000 in what Home .-upporters call "one of the responses we've ever seen." An inaugural dinner was held May 8 at the Home in a manner which younger men might call brand new, according to chairman Baron de Hirsch Meyer, but which actually marked a return to classic community fund-raising. most healthy, encouraging community There ws no imported speaker, the dinner was held at fhe Home instead of a hotel, and those attending received nothing more than a calm, reasoned presentaCol. Jacob Arvey (left), chairman of the dinner committee for the inaugural dinner, left a sick-bed to attend the event. He's shown with Baron de Hirsch Meyer, building fund chairman, end Circuit Judge Irving Cypen, Home president. Eh-. Irving Lehrman (left), member of the building fund committee of the Jewish Home for the Aged, confers with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kipnis. A week before, Kipnis paid the institution a surprise visit, conferring with residents and staff. Bing Kossoff (left', member of the board of the Jewish Home :or the Aged, is shown with Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chairof the building fund committee, and Lou Poller, Miami COT. They were amona the Greater Miami community leaders who attended the building fund's inaugural dinner. TWIN CITY GLASS CO. GUARANTFFD MIRRORS STORt FRONTS FURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE SILVERING AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAFT 1220 16tli Street, M.B. Closed Saturdays Tel. JE 8-6141 tion of the need faced by the Home. "The response confirmed our idea that when you give people credit for wanting to do the right thing—and when you give them an honest and complete picture of the situation—they'll come through," said Circuit Judge Irving Cypen. Home president. Bed Capacity Up to 225 Leaders of the Greater Miami community are rallying behind the building fund campaign to expand ;'H' ,i( wish Hom d r the Aged from bi Is li to Circuit Judge In pen, Home l>i esii He -. thi rive's ma iral dinner, held last week at the Home, resulted in ph dgi i I more than A anl Hi, needed to add two new floors and an administration buil the present si i %  ".:; 52nd st, Judge Cj p< n said the building fund committee, headed by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, is now "hard at work on the campaign to meet this important problem oi caring for our senior citizi ns Serv'r.g on Meyer's committee are Mrs. Fay Ablin, Sidney Ansin, Col. Jacob Arvev, Stanley Beckerman, Lcuis Bresler, Shepard Broach, Jack Carner, Judge Cypen, David Fleeman, A. J. Harris, Ben Kane, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Stanley C. Myers, David Phillips, Jack Fopick, Sam Rost, Judge Harold Spaet, Carl Weinkle, and Julian Weinkle. The Home is nationally known for its rehabilitative procedures and for the unusual concept of homelike living for its residents. Numerous residents have come to ; the Home after spending years in beds and wheelchairs. Judge Cypen continued. The Home's stimulating program of mental and physical therapy has frequently resulted in : %  jrnany of these senior citizens walk4 big again and enjoying life again. \ Federation Leads Fund Campaign Importance <>f the Federation concept to a hcaithy community is being illustrated right now by'the fact that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is conducting the fund-raising campaign for the Jewish Home for the Aged, according to A. .1 Hai ris Fedi resident. Fedi • ith the responsibility <• %  ci nfril r.' to the support of mi re than encies at h •" m! i %  :i has made its full facilities %  to the Home's expansii • drive, Harris add< "It's dramatic proof of the fact that Federation—representing the entire community—can bring the vhole community's attention to bear on pariicular needs," Harris explained. thi i • sweep over tl ithropic magnifying Harris -.. I, bringini sharp focus (hose areawhei need is greatest. Federation represents a crosssection ol thi community, according to Harris, and thus has the objectivity that comes only with a broad base of communal information. Stanley C. Myers, who was president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation when the Home's Ablin Memorial Building was launched in 1953-54. is now serving as chairman oi the liaison committee between | the Home and Federation. And they did come through. I "We were right in our estimation of the hold the Jewish Home for the Aged has on the heart of the community,'' Judge Cypen said. "A clear sign of this was the presence of men and women who were there when the Home's Ablin Memorial Wing was first broached in 1953-54." Col. Jacob Arvey left his sickbed to attend Mrs. Jack A. Ablin was there to represent the family that carried a large share of the responsibiliy for the founding and growth of the Home. Leader.like Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips. Jacob Slier. Mr and Mrs. Ben Me.Mi-. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Sidney Ansin, Mrs. Sol Silver"These people have itjin* d their deep interest in the Home whet it stands for, and -hat { t has accomplished, saia Meyer "This was evidenced by >i e f lc j thet they are still with the Home and by the fact tha th.., have interested other people Home." th* s %  The whole idea behind ; building fund campaign that 't's almo-t new. Me} "It's based on the coi an institution is only as its leaders." he said. idea that volunteer conn: er hip will rally behind it is worthy—and if the presented to tbem in a fail forward manner." • %  •"lit s -o old -aid. ." that 'ii the leadi • %  Baron de Hirsch Meyer (left\ chairman of the buildn.. committee, views architect's conception of the new fa with Jacob Sher, a founder of the Jewish Home for the Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 8-4994 o m ".5V. WELCOME WAGON U&i E



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Friday, May 18. 1962 JVw /# %  fir-r Minn Page 13-B J%ar $200 million in freight and utility rutes during his terms in office, j and his positive action in holding the hne on rate increases demand cd by public utilities and common carriers during this time has saved Florida residents additional millions of dollars," they declare. Carter it running to succeed himself to the post in the May 29 election. Soliciting support here, Carter said: "During the next four years i in Florida, the transportation and utilities services will be burdened : far beyond their present capacity ; in order to meet the increasing de-1 mands of a growing population and j a stepped up space program. This j pei'.od will require the skill and i experience of my veteran service on the Railroad and Public Utib-1 ties Commission." andoah Junior High He plays clarinet in the school band and is a Little Leaguer Shalos Seudos will follow the religious c< remony. %  Lana Rosenberg Temple Z.on will be the site ot the Bas Mitzvah of Lana. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rosen berg, and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blackstone and Mr. and Mrs. Kmanuel Lang, on Friday evening. May 18. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Lana is a seventh grade student ;it West Miami Junior High and plans to continue in the Temple's confirmation class. The Oneg Shabbat will he sponsored by her parents in her honor Melvin F. Burton, will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, May 19. at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. living Lehrman will officiate. A seventh grade honor student at Naultilus Jun.or High, the celebrant plays clarinet in the school band pnd won honorable mention In the school's Science Fair. He Is a drama student and collects stamps. A Kiddush at the Temple on Saturday and .: reception -Sir day al Se> die hotel will honor the Bar Mitzvah. Beautiful, Large Air Cond. ROOM, S.E. Exp., private bath & entrance, large closcti, kitchen privl., ncor markets & bus, summer or yrly., rental for working person or couple, Normandy Isle. Call after 5, UN 6-1872 CANTOR-HEBREW TEACHER Bar Mitivah a specialty, perfect Baal Korch, seeks yearly or High Holiday position or Sexton's position. Cantor H. T., Box 2973, Main Post Office, Miami 1, Fla. Steven Spielman Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will otficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Steven, son of Mrs. Maxmc Spielman, during services Saturday morning, May 19. at Beth David. A seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, the celebrant won an honorable mention in the South Florida Science Fair. He is studying the clarinet and is building a home laboratory. Mrs. Spielman will be hostess at the Shalos Seudos following the ceremony. Richard Burton Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. LEAVING MIAMI HOME FOR SALE 3 bedrtns. Shopping 1 block. Bus stop at corner. 5 minutes from the Mile .ind downtown Miami. Call JOHN ANKA. Owner HI 4-5047 3775 S.W. 1 Street % HELP WANTED MALE BOOKKEEPER FULL CHARGE % Institutional or hospital ex* perience preferred, must understand Yiddish. Excellent % future. 5-Day Week. Submit \ resume and references. State % salary desired. Write Mr. S., % Box 2973, Main Post Office, t Miami 1, Fla. Rabbi Shapiro On Television tual leader of Beth David Congregation, will participate in the television program, "Still Small Voice." on Sunday. 10 a.m.. over eh 7. WCKT. Sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, the program will be in honor of Yom Ha'Moreh. Teachers Day. Louis Schwartztnan. director of the Bureau, will act as moderator for a panel discussion, and Rabbi Shapiro will be the introductory speaker, REPUBLICANS DON'T LOSE BY DEFAULT VOTE TUESDAY MAY 29th FOR Robert A. Peterson CONGRESSMAN 3rd DIST. 'Stop Pepper With Peterson 1M Pol Adv. Jo JOo > % <> > % % > < % <> <> % o *** ^^ &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f ^^^^'^ > XV3GUST BROS Ry £ V la the BEST.' Express your feelings to your loved ones SEND FLOWERS from the BLACKSTONE FLOWER SHOPS One of the oldest in Greater Miami lust Phoi" Serving you 24 hours 1 days U M ion 61 ? 01 listen to Radio Station WKAT, 1360 ?n your did. evorv Sundt7:35 P.M., to th rornm'-nts of th" HONORABLE JUDGE MAlViN ENT-IANDER. VICE MAYO" OF I < 4



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PC&Q IO-A Triday, Page 2-B v-JenM ftoridHrnr Friday. May 18. ig 62 Ml. Sinai Hospital's Auxiliary annual installation at the Fontainsbleau sees the reelection of Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes (second from lefti as president. Shown with Mrs. Mathes are vice presidents, Mrs. John Owen. Mrs. Arthur Burrell and Mrs. Carl Susskind. Not shown is vice president, Mrs. Yale Levenson. Some 500 women attended the affair. A total of 2.300 members make up the Auxiliary today, of which 5C0 are active Pink Ladies, doing volunteer service in the hosDital. K*-^risp -rcisnions for ^5inai vl omen By FRANCES LEHMAN Members and guest.-attending the annual installation of the Women's Auxiliary, Mt. Sinai Hospital. last Friday were, as usual, as attractive and smartly dressed as the professional models who later appeared in the fashion show. Bach table had a topiary tree ol yellow mums an i meline in either cerise, mauve or some other bright color The head table gall) trim mi-il in red. white and yellow floral arrangements made it difficult to tell what was decoration and what was someone's frivolous posied chapeau Mrs. Aaron Fan's yellow cloche oi blossoms matched her outfit ol 0r8nge and yellow. Seated next to her was Mrs. Louis Glasser who contrasted her stunning p.nk dress vwth a turquoise net frou frou seemingly designed for a glamorous beekeeper. Mrs. Harry Moscoe. just install ed president of the Hospital's Garden Club, chose yellow and white one piece silk with black accessories, and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz wore a beige embroidered cut work cotton. Orange and white embroidered linen for Mrs. Micky Michaels, with matching perky orange whimsy Mrs. Inez Krensky looked regal in a pearl crown pill box and .simple white linen with square neckline. Silk shantung outfit in white with nay red and white polka dot scarf for Mrs Lawrence E. Singer and white basket shaped milan hat. Mrs. Murray Kern in a two piece button down the back beige silk with an elaborate petalled hat in shades of brown and beige, and straight lined turquoise shantung Sugi> rin e MSTHMIUNN CAIOIIIIIII uai/io iwttwai A ii(M briftit MntoM %  Mdemnt — luiiinlett non fltreninf! oaoi movie 101 DIMITICl. 10W CMOH sun *Ot KlTCHfN ANO IAKf UH tor iomi ••if i NO sioa CVUTMtH and adorable tiny blue straw flower hat for Mrs. Carl Susskin I Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz attired in a green nubby dress with linen bodice and a cloche of blossoms, and .' sliver of a dress'in navy, with losescattered on it. under a jacket for Mrs. Morris J. Goldin. Mrs. Yale N. Levinson wore an exotic Persian print one piece suit with huge bow ::t the collar. Chairman of the ,la\. Mrs Arthur Burrell. in soft pink with lavishly petaled white hat. and MrJohn Owen in chartreuse Siamest silk ensemble and white floral toque chatting with MrA. Herbert Mathes stalled for her third term as president, in ultra -mart beige wool suit with .-'.and away collar, cape sleeves, the new A line skirt and a tiny beige velvet crown with nose veil. ..:-. and white Maggie Ruff from Paris tor Mrs Leonard YVien Mrs. Samuel Berlinbold red. orange and black print with belted front and loose back looked liki Mtterfl) wingMrs Ch"stci Crone wore contrasting willow .. reen shoes and bag with her beig. Dalian -ilk knit and s'.artling greet pud blue silk SUil for Mr Allai Heron. Mrs E. E Bloom in hoi pink i g< re sitting with MrFay Ablin \ Kose tw 0 picre A-ntony IJlata was I gold -ilk. and a turquoi-e lunch ten suit tor Mrs A. C. Fine. Mr.William Brenner, recently ,;'stalled president of the Miami Beach chapter. Brandeis University National WomenCommittee. in a beige linen >\ii<. -kirt and jacket covered with white lace a.ppli [ues, and a rough -traw Jackie Kennedy pill box. Another new pres.dent, Mrs Frances Linn, Worn• Cancer League of Miami Beach, I h >se pink on pink Frencn fabric, fitted -heath with -cooped i eck an I liny -lecveMrs Milton Friedman attired in a hoi pmk sleeveless blouson w ith -cit bell .mil white straw bonnet \ ith floral trim, ami a woodland I i mt ei mi --> brow ns and beiges • line frock with fring, %  sell bell lor MrHarry Or '.. ans v the attractive young host• sses, bl II I Mrs Harry Smith in pert red and white full skirted cotton and flip-up breton and pretty S inle> Arkin in apncol with e white hat. Mrs. Larry C. Porter in summer black linen. Beige linen, a pink tulle pouf for Mrs Seymour Alterman. A suit in American beauty with pink blouse and tiered organdy Mr John hat for Mrs. Tom Gerard, and oaffodil -ad with intricate collar detail for Mrs Carl Bauman. Mrs Joseph Suntov was in oyster white with small black egret hat Slid Mrs. Arnold Seeder's deep ( range ensembles had a floral chiffon blouse matched by the lining ill the jacket. Her white draped turban held flowers on top. Mrs. Welling Singer's black and white print was jacketed in black, and the white tulle hat with its black ornaments was dazzling painsl her jet black hair. Mrs. Robert Grossman was demure hi I roidered collar an.l cuffs \\ r -.mi oka receiving her 2.700.ho m m classic be.ge, and beia sleeveless sheath for Mrs, irvtj. Rub.n accepting her 1,700-hour p!2 STARRING not a powder, not a crystal, but a MEW ; detergent!j New Fab is power-blasted under more than 3C0 pounds of pressure. 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Pcwe 10-A Page 12-A 9-JewlstiflcrldHari Friday, May 18, 1%2 21 st Annual Meeting of Education Bureau To Aid Hebrew High School Finance Needs Greater Miami"? Bureau of Jewih Education will 'come of age'" on Monday evening when the 2lst ,nnual moetJig and dinner is held at the Fontatnebleau hotel To mark the-occasion, the one v.uman and five men who have -irved as presidents during that -pan will be honored for their dis%  ".I'd service to the cau-h education in Miami To be cited are Mrs Mauiia Ra:r, Louis Heiman. Max Me in Meyers, & '. Goldman and yer K. Baskii l >i pre-: at '. day. Isaac Toubm -. rmer exe I ector of th< jresi I :....:. ASSD %  c mmuna! or--:. as the; • American Jews, Toubin i iwn as an itsl leer. The America:-. Asso I : .' France Protects Algerian Jewry Continued from Page 1-A I Ich provide that Algerian Jews i .-tain French nationality for a transitory period of three year-, af| r which they can voluntarily c loose Algerian citizenship or remain French natioi M. Alp-hand lauded B'nai B'rith for having "consistently and wholeheartedly devoted itself for sver • century ... to philanthropy, social welfare, cultural jrvdeavors and religious freedom." B'nai B'rith. he added, 'can rely upon the cooperation and the sympathy of France for the Jewish community, wherever it may be. Our friendship for the people who :. ive the Eible to the world is linked i, our nisi rj Tn the difficult times we still e before us. it will stay ur.changi he declared. Education :s the central coordinating body of the American Jewish community concerned with the lmprovemenl of educational standards in the Jewish school systems, and Toubic ha* oven its executive director since 1960. The pew officers and directors will be installed by Rabbi David Shapiro, of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, and include Joseph Cohen, president to succeed Meyer A. Ba5k : n; Leo Robinson, John Temple and Leon Ell, vice presidents; Mel vin Frumkes, secretary; Joc'ge Frederick N. Barad, treasurer; M. A. Baskin, honarary present; Harold Thurman, Harry Slmonhoff, Mrs. Joseph Duntov. and Mrs. Louis Glasser, honcrary vice presidents; Louis Sacks. Leonard Barr, Hyland Rifas, Sidney Arortcvifi and Albert Oss'p, community delegates to the board of directors. The cost of the dinner, according • %  Mrs Louis Glasser, chairman, has been set to provide additional funds to maintain the Hebri-w Higtl School, and there will be no fundraising at the dinner. "Because of the cut in allocations mede this year by the Grei Miai Federation, the future of the High School is in jeopardy, at d the need for a large turnout at the dinner is greater than ever." Mrs. Glasser declared. Serving on the committee planning to honor the past presidents are Al Sherman, co-chairman. Mrs. ph Abelow. Judge Frederick Barad. Ann Berkowitz. Sue Berkow:tz. Edward Cohen. Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Ezra F.r.egold. Mrs. I Othy Krieger Pink, M e 1 v y n Frumkes. Dr Philip Gotlieb. Morris !-. baum. Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Lipton. Mrs Louis Makovsky. Oscar Mamher. MrAnna Brenner Meyers, Mrs David Muskat, Leo RobinMrs. Oida Rubin. Manuel Solomon. Mrs. Alfred Stone, and Joe Za'..NEWMAN FUNERAL HOME 33 3 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH iEfferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman funeral Director REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wralesole I Bet ail IStAELi GIFTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR m SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS 'Jewish Division of/' THURMOND MONUMENT CO. MViTIS YOU TO VISIT THEIK SHOWROOMS AND DISPLAY LOOK for TWO-JTO*r WHITE BUIIDING MAT WE SERVE YOU AS WE HAVt 10 MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 41614-HI 4-2157 MEMORIALS Of BEAUTY DIGNITY AND PEKMANENCY BASKIN GOLDMAN MEISEL t.'EYERS Former Solons To be Honored All PSt board members of Tempi.Beth Am will be honored at a special service on Friday at 8:30 p.m. One of the hichliehls of the evening will be film slides tracing the six >••• ir d( % %  < lopment "f the con•;on. Those to be honore 1 are: Dr. DonUtman, Dr. Morton Axler Sain Hi rbert Blume, Jack Diai 'agin •>. %  %  l Gei Fleischer, Jack j .;. Freen an, Jack Gold SI inley c Jai k Micke\ Green, Di Ben J Gloria K K in : Kat. Soi Kirl lay I. Kulak. Marvin Koffman, I. Vn !. -r. Dr. : %  ll il Pi kr. Edith 1 Reiken Uso 1 Ih. J n Salkoff, D ird Schw ar Beatrice Selditch, \ Dr. Bernhard S| Florence Steinberger, Dr. R Tanner. Barton Udell. Dr. Fi Dr Henrj Weehsberg, Laura Weinstock, A. B. Wiener, and Irving Wolf, A special Oneg Shabbat will be red by Robert 11. Newman. if Beth Am MRS. RATNIR HEIMAN Miami Hebrew Book Store 15S5 WASHINGTON AVE V.aml 6each — JE 8-3840 HeQ'ew Religious Supplies for Synagogues Schools 4 Private Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS CANTOR-TEACHER Choir-leader, now in yearly position, seeks change. Will accept High Holidays or yearly position with or without teaching. University Conservatory of Music, and Yeshivah graduate; IS years experience in all branches. Excellent tenor voice. Married, no children. Rposonabl iliry. Write P.O. Box 521, Lakeland, Florida. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AV-TU 5-1689 PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only iawM Manumtmt ••iMert" SioH. PALMM Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To I'vt ia Hesrt. v.. lesve Beh -d H -o Ihni Fce-vtr. yrcn rvsxa Scheduled Unveilingj SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1962 Ml. Nebo Cemetery DR. LIP0T GY0RI, 10 a.m. ROSE J, HARRY FIELDS, 2 p.m. Rdbbili ABRAHAM GREENBERG 2 p.m. Rabbi S .''-.. %  Sdh | MOSES R0THMEN 2:30 p.m. Rubbi frvififj Lehrmaii Ml. Sinai Cemetery JOSEPH TONG. 10 a m R-hpi Hen-;. \\ %  HYMAN GOOOMAN, 11 a.m. HYMAN LURK, 1 p.m. Rubb: Solon n S( EVA BYTTll, 1 p.m. lakeside Memorial Pork MAURKE SFIVACK, 1:30 p.m. Rabb-. Max Li#Miua "Ma) Their Souls Repose in Etemj! PcjeI PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones Ml 4-0922 J /E %  ^UANNv cisions require time • it is onl; good te to levote as much attention iselecting a famil) burial estate ii iu would to making ) >^ir will Vet -o often %  • %  lendi lo p istpone this important decision in emergeni) irises Isn't toda) the l"--t time to ~iart planning? VL hj n >t find out •bout Mounl Nebo no* Here, in Miami's fine Jdesl Jewish i emetery, a Perpetual Cara Fund exceeding 1100,000, guarantei I frmanenl beauty and : Mount Nebo. You never pj\ lor maintenance taxes and ments cannot !•• %  lei led ... Mounl Nebo is -. % %  :-., \ : %  .-\ > ... u hj jlr'a.ly 1 n the choice if over 1.000 Jewish families. Win not secure lull details? i MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY Mount Nebo Cemetery 5505 N.W. 3rd Sheet, M.om,. *lo,,da / me, MtrAoul obligation, lull informmlion on Family Burial /..:.. \i • .\,i„, 1 Name Address City Zone >i if • J/4///// oSfa ( J rmm BSOS Noniiw.it 3rd Street Phone MOhawk 1-7693



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Pacre IO-A Page 12-B vJewist fkrkttw Friday. May 18. 1962 Temple Emanu-EI Affiliate Groups Will Install Officers'at Friday Services Attention will be focused on the Brotherhood. S.sterhood and ETA of Temple Emanu-EI this Friday evening, when Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the coneregation. will install officers and directors of the three organizations. The leaders will gather in Sirkin Hall at 6 p.m. for a traditional Sabbath dinner and then enter the ry to worship at the tat Frid service %  %  %  %  !-• : %  I .1 I'... M \. I.. :; %  -• in, Wlllian Kill Mill %  i %  lei, Noah l \ nan I Siller I... %  11.11.1 Olickmii n. b-nr, Harvej OoUlstein. Sol (I Id' \ I Fordon, £111 • Han Is, IT. Mil lei Hor Its, William K Mm Koret! v ed Le\ i. Philip M in li I, Qershon Miller. M> i on i Mil i K. Alb. 11 i isslp, In Ing i:I • %  •. Simon E Ru bin, David Sa Irving Schatxiii.ni. Dr, Arth ir 81 o, Jack Silverman, Milton Sirkin. Milton Smith, .1 ... Spund, Fred Kteli I harles Ktrelser, Charles IVelnberg", Charlei VTaverg, Theodore Zalli a Paul presidents advisor} board are I iae| li Abelow, Jules P. < 'ham Judge Irving' Cypen, Allen Goldberg. H; i li Kout, and l r. H Ue< hTemple Emanu-EI Slsterh 1 president Is Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Honorar? vlc< president iMrs Irving Lehrman. Vice prefMtnts are Mrs Leonard Abramson, administration; Mrs. Herbert S snapiro, education; Mrs. M.,\ Bodermanj fund-raising*; and Mrs Th lore Zalles, public relations, Treasurer is Srs Samuel Ginsberg:. Others argsjiasistant treasurer, Mrs Sam WleseA; recording secretary, Mrs Murray* Malsel; corresponding retary, Miss Lillian *: Iman; social ... r.-i.ir>. Mrs Jacob ECatsman; auditor, Mrs. Leonard Gllckman; financial secretary, Mrs. Charles Rosengarten; historian, Mrs. Julius Sapersteln and chaplain, Mrs Milton Smith Board of dlrei tors are Met Joseph Abelow, Ilir.-li Adler, Arthur Applebaum, Max Bauer, B I Binder, Mill, n Blum, Harr} Brick, Louis Bunim, Jack Carner, Jules Channlng. %  Cohen, Mortimer Cohen, Irving Cowan, Daniel Dubbin, Milton Feller, G ••• FVuec, Jack Fox, Samuel Frledland, Maui l< i I;.. ns, Ben Zlon Ginsberg, Allen Goldlierg, Raymond <; Iman, Benjamin Greene. And Mesdames Ell ol Harris, Bei nun' Kaplan, Harr) Kaplan, Saul Kaplan, William Kline, Al.xunder Kogan, Harry Koretzky, M n K v.-1/. .\|.,ii is I ..,;.> %  ..-. Han > l .,-. ii. r, Ri uben Levin, Harold l.evey, l-i don Lorber, Joseph M i Ipton, Samuel Upton, Raj mond M ilsi hli k. Herman Mechlowltz, Myron Mitnick, JSmil Morton, Henr> Peni >nnsky. .-. Earl Paul i n. Jack Poi ; And M lami %  HarrPi ti I, Lei Ratni H v %  -•• %  in. .' : Sin E l| • \ .. i SilSol SilVi t %  : %  '.' %  III* I la I 'i i \ in %  Ml < r.linu l R ... .... | %  >;. indlng Alan U .' ... I Hoi Roll 11 pn si.!, n: Is Ml s ] i \ i; i %  :i I '.ist presidents adMesdami e Joseph Abelow. Milton Feller, Sol • Siller, I : %  : : Ireene, Th i Hankoff, Raphael K. Vui HI. Mesdames li rsch Adler Joseph Bach is. Barbara Itessey, Bob Bezark, Jack Blrnba Martin orkan, Harry Brick, li Cypen. Seymour Elsenberg, Leon Epstein. Irv ng Flrtel, William FrledopSol Gi ;ii i.,11. Li onard Gllckman, Sol Goldstein, Florence Goldrlng Also Mesdames Robert Green, William Gordon, Charles Insler, Bernard Kaplan, Gerald Knauer, Murry Koretzky, Morris Krovetz, Albert Laufer, Meyei l bovlt, Alfred Levl, Reuben Levin, Murray Malsel, Raymond Malck, Samuel Mazor, Myron Mil nick. I Albert Os* I And Mesdames William Relff, Leo .i. in R< -II.. \. Sej mour Rubin. Harold Segal, Philip Segal, Bernard Selevan, Stuart Simon, Fredrick Stein, Conine Tomack, Th as I ii.iii. Harold I'nger, Ian Wallack, I.I N. Welnkle. Robert Weltz \ %  • ilnal Ing i ommittee for 1M3-61 ii. Mesdames Milton Feller, chairman, and Raphael tunes, Benjamin] Greene, I N. Welnkle, Irving Cypen n Rothsteln, William Relff. Beth David Will Nominate Beth David's 50th annual congressional meeting to nominate officers and a board of directors will take place on Thursday. May 24, 815 p.m.. in Spector Hall. The nominating committee, headed by Sidney M. Aronovitz. includes \ J. Beer, Leonard Gordon. Dr. M. A. Kleiman. Samuel Ostrowsky. Frank Rose, Phillip Schiff. Herbert Sher, Harry Simons and Lewis Slernshein. TO THE PEOPLE OF THE THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT AND DADE COUNTY RA3SI BOMS HACKO/SXY Youthful Rabbi Off to New Australia Post The appointment of Rabbi Boris A. Rackovsky to head the B'na B'rith Hillel program at the University of Melbourne and Monash University in Australia has oeen announced by Dr. William Haber. chairman of the National Hillel Commission and professor of economics at the University of Michigan Rabbi Rackovsky. 33. is currently director of the Hillel program at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. A graduate of Yeshiva College .n New York, where he received his degree. Rabbi Rackovsky was ordained by the Rabbi Isaac Eichanan Theological Seminary in 1951. He attended the Graduate School of Columbia University from where he received a Master's degree in Semitics. He is currently a candidate for a Doctorate at the Hebrew Union College. Rabbi Rackovsky is the son of Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Beth Tfilah Congregation on Miami Beach. He is married to the former Ruth Saal, of Miami, and has three children. The family is scheduled to embark for Australia this month. Maurice Spector. president of the Indiana State Assn.. B'nai B'lith, in a letter to Rabbi Bons Rackovsky, declared on hearing the news of the youthful spiritual leader's departure: "It is all too rare in the B'nai B'rith story thai a man is found who dedicates his lite completely to an ideal. You are such a man. Your work at the Hillel Foundation at Indiana University has. in my opinion, been outstanding. Not only have you given complete dedication to this 1 foundation, but you have been basically responsible for the creation ef the new (hair of Judaic Studies." Choi Chapter Plans Installation Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its sixth annual installation function Tuesday evening at the Deauville hotel. Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of District 5. B'nai B'rith Women, will stalling officer as Mrs Oscar ithal turns over the gavel of presidency to Mrs. flora Sinick. Mrs Esther Lerman, founder %  lent of ( hai char'' r and li • %  : the Mian B ii B'ril Women, will of %  %  ,-\ ical [icers to bi ii Ruth Core; .. i '. %  n isur r; Paul • %  Ben Hammi : lammer. s i J parl %  anan; I sdverstein Zimmerman, historian; Nathan Rosenblum, sentinel; Sadie Steier, guardian; and Joseph Pollack, hospitality Counsellor to Chai chapter will bo Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal. Trustees Lag B'Omer Picnic Temple B'nai Sholom of Opalocka will hold a traditional 1 B'Omer picnic on Sunday at 10 ..• a.m.. in Greynolds Park. CLAUDE PEPPER Your confidence in me expressed at the polls on Tuesday, May 8, will always make me humble and grateful. I hope that my distinguished opponents, all of you who voted for us, and many more, will give me your continued confidence and support through the general election in November. You may be sure that I shall seek always to serve faithfully the people of the Third District, Dado County, our State and our Country, and everyone of you, individually, in any way I can. Again, with deepest thanks, I am Alwy itncerely ,i .! tsV. Rabbi Abramowitz Off to Convention Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. : Temple Menorah, has ben im i io participate in the World Coi of Synagogues international vention to be held in Jerus; May 29 t< %  '. He will join a i : -cussion on "The Role oi Y in the Sj • Th. ening %  be .:.'••• : by Pri ii l< nl Ben-Z i, r i"' I' V.: iirs. Dr. Z .'. .'•' %  • Major a I res • ill 11 d ,,: b> i>:Simon On ei Prol \ ham J. Heschel, t\ ;!•< %  world foremost Jevi-ii ..I re Mesdames Esther Len : Max Kern. Ruth Corey. Ida 0l and Oscar Rosenthal. Chairman of 11 -1 evening will be Mrs. Max Ken Chamber Names Pallot to Unit Norton Pallot. member of the hoard of directors of the Better Business Division of the MiamiDade County Char of Commerce, has been n hairman of a new comm.ttec ti %  stigate fraudulent land sales advertising. "There are no regulatory standards for land sale advertising uith.n the state." reports Pallot, "which leads to misleading statement and even falsehoods designed to sell acreage that may not ordinarily be considered a good inve-t merit. "Advertisini; placed by these same sellers outside the state," -a\ Pallot, "is subject to Florida Real Estate Commission regulations. We feel that Florida residents and visilors are entitled to the same protection against uncontrolled claims and misinformation as people out1 side Florida." The committee will hold a series of meetings before making recommendations to the Chamber of Commerce. Pallot, a native I ian, is president of Noiton Tire Co. WANTED! (AND NEEDED!) a man who will represent ALL the Democrats of Dade County SO BE ON THE LOOKOUT! MAY 29th at your voting booth FOR JAMES J. Alias 'Jimmy 1 JAMES NOTORIOUS CANDIDATE FOR DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEEMAN COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION HAS SERVED TIME!! 8 years hard labor on The Dade County Democratic Executive Committee (NOW SERVING AS GROUP CHAIRMAN) REWARD OF KNOWING YOU ELECTED THE RIGHT MAN!!! PULL LEVER 19-A THANK YOU 1M Pol Ad* ELECT ERNEST C. "Ernie" ALLEN CONSTABLE DISTRICT 2 "Courteous, Prompt & Efficient Service" Dedicated — Experienced Qualified I HIGHLY ENDORSE ERNEST ALLEN TO THE POST OF CONSTABLE FOR THE SECOND DISTRICT, AS I HAVE KNOWN ALLEN FOR MANY YEARS AS TRUSTWORTHY AND HONORABLE. Sincerely HY SOOTIN. May 29 PULL LEVER 15-A Pd. Poi. Adv.



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Friday, May 18. 1962 l***Uli flrriffinr? Page 13-A FROM THE TALMUD 37. ON CHARITY Bereshil Rabbah, 61, 3. If a poor man comes to thee for j:,i m the morning, give it to him. If he comes again in the evening. il [o him once more. • 7. Even a poor man who ivts on thoiM practice chanty. J 7. .: man '• a m Bar MiUi'iih: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs d lh the otner his Irving Marbey. Afternoon Bai Mlta. rMn „ vah: Steven, son of Mrs. Maxine own lowliness. — ACNO>. Splelmnn. — • — BETH EL. 500 Svv mn ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Krlda) ,; 13 p.m. Saturday B:80 a m, Sermon: "Proclaim Ye Liberty." BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Mark, eon of Mrs. Jean Ot*. ni-in 1 ? (ran RABBI TIBOR STCRU .. perpetual values BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. I'II. I. n 8 13 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Ba* Mltxvah: Phillip Mlrmelll. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. a 1 barren tree that withers and dies. ^^^^^?£^ Education, utilized destructively, is • T the most dangerous venom of society The release of wicked energy originates in the human mind and causes a deadlier fallout Ihan all megaton bombs put together Ultimately, the science of the letter, and not the science of the number, will rule the world. The value of power is measured in terms of combination of cour^ TF I L AH. 935 Euclid ave. Oragc and restraint. The power of action is stronger than that of reaction, | thodox Rabb i Joseph F. Rackovsky. but the conquest of our w illpowcr is mightier than all. Man is the eye of the Universe. j — BERDICHEVSK.Y. | • The e\e tells what the heart means. — LAZEROV. A man's e\es are in front, not behind. MAIMONIDES. The soul is imprisoned in the body, and the Lord built two nindowj (n the wall of t/.e prison. Unfortunately, the wmdtws have curtains — eyelids; and a man ; oaruor maul"-c IIM, *.,... ,. Friday 6:80 p.m. Saturdaj • 80 a.m. whose soul is impure, feeling himSermon: 'The Counting of the Omer, ^ SCTtt tinised, lets down the curBETH RAPHAEL* ~39 NW 3rd ave. tain* and conceals the soul. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. — PERETZ. ph F. Rackovsky. The three great causes of exile. MtrTti d NE 11th IM l courage. f honor and oi The value of wealth is measured in the light of exchange. Wealth is| B ET e H JSiwerv.tiva. Rabbi Max Lip-1 -IT? iDDxnn njfy -ID"? niiitf nis-ixn DTXJ Q' 1 ?^ T ... '„ u_, !not a commodity, and therefore the Bible teaches us against usury. Wealth 73 iTM M* 1 • ? i not what we have; it is what we exchange .t for. Some exchange the l.l *... .!_ &.. uaal ~..,1 ..,..%,, II iunlv i. V i' il II n l > i' till' tl'lllCantor Ben-Zion Kirschennaop nratg 7?p ^nntfo rr^io nxt nrrn ,nj DIDD •.na awai ntfm \r?vv : .nr"?ifrra nna ^a DIDnin 0333 D-pnrn^art rvjt 1T33 innsste .Drra 1 ? nx nni nnW nniian nnipaa nan .n^nan pxa Drr").ip3 ftFtiffl T 7Ki T .ss in Rells-lon." Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: Tortion of the Week. Har Mitzvah: Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Hirslihorn. FLAGLER • GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander, president. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday 8:80 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Judaism and Bualneas. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. — • — Friday 8 SO p in. Saturday MS %  • m Sermon: "A View from the Mountain MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. • — istic purposes as a was meant to h condllJons secondly, our poOHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Mlr ,h, hearts 01 the Wniljd an( ar istic ljterarv forms Orthodox Ra.b, Ph.n... Weberman. o incline them towards the proper „ r „,.ainnt in Kridas • Saturday 8:45 a.m, were al first more prevalent in TRANSLATION Saturday I t Paiestine,"'the well of inspiration SEPHARD!C"^W^H^CENTER V 646 JKlUSaa^a S ^e b eland ot the people ££Lr M*. !" ~ ii was later changed to another Thirdly, the Palestinian center was st conservative. Rabb.Maur.ee form of the verb "Agadah" so as ur(k ,,. oppression and attack from 1 ,.^,'*; n \ ..„ ,, .„ B <-rmon: -women oi : „ to confuse this general class,. the Roman n,^ m the early years, h.ra f r^ r and s i na ^ rl ^ od t; lent. TEMPLE ADATHVESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd st., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucke.r. Cantor Abraham Reisman. Friday R:80 p.m Sermon: An we Counting Correctb-r; s.iiui.inv 8 a.m. Sermon: "Modern SabbatloaU Bai Mitzvah: Jerry, son of Mr. an.l Mis Samuel Nemeth. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantpCharles Friday 8:80 p.m. Paat board member* An Eternal Keepsake About a year ago, delegates from various countries belonging to the f it a tion of literature with a partic. uic| he usc ()f narrativcs and h omiiB'nai HVith organizaUon convened ular book called the ?"V ft a t u e iei were convenient means of es... Jerusalem. Every participant v.lmh referred exclUM\t : u ^.pe lrom reality plus a means of received a small keepsake from Pl issover eve ritual di L ,l buo ^i„ g U p the spirit of the poputhis convention. It was a medallion Rabbinical ta es and """J"" ki( 0 wnR h wa8 smarting from the made of copper on which was ...well as homilies are WV" varioU8 difficulties and needed scribed: "B'nai BTith Convention discussing the Exodus trom r,g JP t ^ M ^ jhe form ()f a hghter in Jerusalem." | a d 1,s ramilications. ^ i iteraUirc because it could not conThe participants in the convention returned home. When they op. red their case and saw the meTo be sure, this type of literature wh t jf „ TEMPLE BETH SKO',OM. 4144 Chasa ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronian. Cantor David Conviser. TEMPLE B-NArSHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. rlenry B. Wernick. Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Distant Horizons." Saturday 9:30 a.m. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvina Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler FTWajr S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Judaism versus the American Council for Judaism." — • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 Ne Ittft ex. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:13 p.m. Si-rmon: "How Much Should We Tenser the KeadlnK of Our Y/ouns: Peoplef" Alumni and graduaten of the religious high school will bo honored. — • — TEMPLE JUDEM. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Who Shall vscend — And Who Shall Stand? tuieg Shal.l.al host: Sisterhood. TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th et. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Frldas 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Jewish, Missionarl.s Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: Portion Of the Law. Har Mitzvah: Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stamler. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Friday 8:13 p.m, Installation of eonK reatlonal affiliate offlcera. saturi-,x |3 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bcker. TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave Conservative. R.ibbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Friday 6:30 p m Sabbath Qu< %  n \ i. (nati Hal oi ol Bteti rhood oi: ers • — TEMPLE 2AM0RA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can. tor. # I llHlflUm u*.*.— -J-J O.I. UnH of'contratc as much on heavy legalWhen and where d.d th.s Wind of ce^ ^^ ^ literature originate? Erov?" daUion, they were reminded oi To be surc this type of literature wh t i$ n Erov? ,;,;,' ,,0,,,.,'i Sa,.,,.i:i> 11:15 a.m. their visit to Israel, their tours of as oU as n cbr ew literature ItThc worf j "Eruv" comes from a ,.,,. Mjlz a „ .1. i r,. >. -son of Mr. and the country, and the great expen-1 J£ coming from the oldest times.' „ cbrew r00t meaning "to mix or Mra. Herman BOMMW*. ..„._ .1 I I W„J thorn .V.'lgillh" llf the • .. l.,ln Tho OXislCnCe Oil -—..— %  e DCTH Fl OF -"O 1 me . -%  Hebrew root m •• % %  • % %  tnre they had had there. I "Regarding the "AKadah" of the intennlngle." The existence !_ f. %  • _w..i ii ic opnerallv as-i. u_. ; r ...,ii,„l "Kruv" is USU IIVV %  %  •*> J I I 11 V 1 mm % %  • — •• 1 it' 1 ',11 Mill! (IK ••r-i~* 1 |lll*-i i>i>>ip* v ~ I •— "** %  The medallion was prepared in | Riib binic period, it is generally as%  what is caUe d "Kruv" is usually Israel by "The Medallions and fUmv( \ that thc "Agadah orif BETH EL OF -o 1351 S. 14 ave e'o >•*' %  applied to the sabbath where areasI h ^;|ftT J?m ^T?, n e"'"aM^l Coins Unit" attached to the Prime n lU „, ,„ Palestine where in_ thedc„ f foods are "mixed. Tie bas^ | ^<^>^^l>t. :...,,!i.' 'satMmister'8 Office. Admittedly, anyV elopment of Talmudic literature or |hls co.iM.leration is the tac urdaJ ,„,,,„, GDI tan prepare a medallion for a I lt is mo re prevalent than in the ,hat one may not walk further tnan B ETH SH.RAH Buniiand keepsake but the State of Israel Is Babylonian centers. Three reasons ,.,,,.,.„„ distance out of MOV Hall 11M9 So ^ DIKII hwy Recor ntei e sfed tha, events important to „ e ottered for the prevalence o .,„ „„. Sabba th, one W*J VZSStf^ &titoT" 8k< .1 u_.u ; ,.._„„>i .,„A th,. ni. .., I.K" in Palpstine more than ,.,, lhl „.. m a public domain on tnt cantor 1, ,.,,,-. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. i.lav 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Seo.ii.l Pasaover." l>..s Mitxvah: Uina, laughter of Mr. and Mra. Seymour Rosenberg". Saturday '.':!" a.m. Bar Mltavah Terry, son ,.f Mr. and Mrs. \iiioi.i Sperling. VEHUCAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Frl as B 15 p.m. Bennon: 'Conservt," ii. Theories and Bellefa," Saturday 9 a.m. • VOUNG SRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Or'hodrx Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. all .lews, both in Israel and the Di"Agadah" m Palestine more than Bnytning „, a public domain on the aspora. should upear on the mein Babylonia. Sabbath, and one may MfNP daUions. And Buch a thing can only Palest i n i a n Jews were [ood on a holuaj tor a he done bj the State itself. '; !...... L ,io.,i.,.s and umthe hoi day, even if that daj is (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) pressed* more for debates and fore„ t0 Polemics. NarraUves and a Sabbath. rEMPLE OETH SHOiEM o< wood. 17C5 Monrost Consr.v • Rabbi Samuel Mendel"-* ; : s. 1 1 ion: "t.lfe s r, rday 9 a "'• CANDlUIGHTiNG I 14 Iyar — 6:47 p.m.



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Pews IO-A Page 6-B •>Jenist fkridlfair Friday, May 18 ;::• QatJen dliMcrs in Jloral j-aslti 0/2 MKS. jOSiPH PARDO Honor Mothers At Beth Sholom The most closely guarded secret at Temple Beth Sholom was revealed at special Mother's Day services on Saturday and Sunday. when Mrs Joseph Pardo and Mrs. Nathan MargOlis were announced is Honor Mothers of Beth Sholom for 1962. Mrs. Pardo. president, and Mrs Margolis. board member of the 1-1A of the Temple, were selected by a group of past Honor Mothers. and at the services, their children escorted them to the pulpit to be pinned with orchids by the immediate past Honor Mothers. Mrs Harvey E. Kramer and Mrs. Joseph Otchin. This ceremony at the annual Mothers Day services are looked forward to eagerly by the children of the Beth Sholom religious school, the educatioal director of which is Herbert C. Bloom. Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual leader of the congregation Parents Day Dinner Annual Parents Day dinner, sponsored by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El. will be held Sunday evening. May 27. in Dora August na By ISABEL GROVE It was truly "Blossom Time at the Algiers hotel last Wednesdaj when the Mt. Sinai Hospital Carden Club held it.installation lunch ton Tall silver candelabra on each table supported spray.oi oiange blossoms, gladiolas, white plumes and fuchsia bows. Even i!it lavendar menus had a corsage of baby orchids. But it was the colorful millinery creations of fresh and artificial flowers in shade.which vied with the rainbow that made the room a gorgeous floral bower. Attractive Mrs. A Lester Step ner. outgoing president, wore a white starched lace brimmed hat with the crown of green leaves, white stephanotis and red rose buds. Mrs. James Abramson chaired the day in a little number composed of cotton pods dyed yellow and fuchsia to match the trim of her moss green frock. Also at the head table. Mrs Morris Green in a rough straw bonnet draped in pink tulle and covered with pom pomsprayed crimson. Fish tail palm leaves formed the bod) of the magnificent creation lavishly covered with pink and orchid a-ters worn by Mrs. Seymour Rubin. White face framing rough straw with deep pink cabbage rose on the side of the crown matching the sleeveless frock worn by Mrs Harold Spaet. and white crushed pique turban set off the handsome zebra striped coat on Mrs. Ben Lond. The new president, pretty Mrs Harry Moscoe, chose a ark white outfit with the only touch oi color. bab) orchids on her textured -iraw. A truly out-tand..ng creation on. Mrs. Leonard Frantz. galax leaveHie background for a veritable noi il sha-ta daisies and carnations sprayed orange and pmk to match her frock A white ostruh feather toque for Mrs. Lester Sarof! who added an exotic note by ornamenting her glasses with tiny buds A set of nunature garden tools presented to Mrs. Etta Bubis whose v h-.te hat wadecorated with maid en ferns and crown of pom poms Among the more fantastic productions, the bucolic spring picnic scene worn by Mrs. MornSten berg Complete with [lower beds of baby poms and mangolds, a blossoming tree, cows in a corral. roup oi children, fruit and food. A straw Japanese floral basket turned upside down and filled with fresh daisies and bronze mums was the whimsy effected by Mrs. Morris Kovetz, and a lar^e cartwheel hat trimmed in wild periwinkle fetching on MrAlexander Kogan. Mrs. David Zimmerman "Putting on the dog With Pierre" for the hat contest in a blue while raffia c in fiction with tulle and flowers in pustel colors. Pierre, frisky -rev French toy poddle. a symphony m pink, two bows, -hocking pink floral collar and a leash of white mink created by Engle. Amonu the gue.-ts. Mrs Lillian Mamie!, serving a second term ai president of the American Jewi-h Congress, chose gardenias, roses and heliotrope for her fetching chapeau. Pclm fronds covered with multicclored hibiscus matched Mrs. Henry Fishman's beige hopsaekmg sheath m varicolored wheels. White hibiscus on a ratan straw hag completed the stunning ensemble Fresh carnations on a large peach shantung picture hat and out lit to match for Mr-. Inez Kren-ky and Mrs. Alexander Kogan's large cartwheel in -ilk periwinkle topped her midnight black ensemble. Mother's Day At Beth Am Si-lerhood of Temple Beth Am held its annual Mother's Day luncheon at the Temple on Wedne-da\ Highlight of the afternoon was a play. "Cl at the Center.' written by Joan Swartzman and directed by Lennie Greenstein. In the cast were Betty Kout Ronnie Wolk, Joan Schwartzman, Jerry Fox, Anita Molien. Evelyn (lain. Libby Tanner. Selma Baumgard, Margaret Swazo. Robert Newman. Joseph Altschuler, Goodwin Salkoff. Dyron Cherkas, Paul Kataan and r Cl K idner Ni K1 regular meeting will be held on Mondaj evening as a joinl election meeting with the Brotherhood and the general membership. Mrs Joseph Segal, president ol thi Sisterhood, announces that the installation of new officers will be hi Id at the Everglades hotel on Saturday evening, June 2. Pretty blond MrJon;,, g ro ._ man whose outnts always sho,i great attention to detail anil color fir this occasion was aitired in a floral print with snug bodice an: lull, full chiffon skirt. Her whisper "M a hat was a panm f^, wreath with nose veil and heshoes and bag were of shocking pmk. A magn.ficent natural I'anann with i'eep pink velvet band toppei Mrs. Elise Adam-, black ami whitsilk ensemble Blond Mrs. Motrw Lipp in an outfit made of mau\r satin brocade which she ha-: brought back with her from Hon^ kuig. Makes a great side dish. Goes with meat, with dairy, with every meal. Goes with every member of the family. Goes with such speed, they're gone before you can say "Heinz Kosher Beans are strictly vegetarian, strictly nutritious, strictly the tastiest, time-savingest side dish you ever dished up.' HEINZ KOSHER VEGETARIAN BEANS Every label carries the @ seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. Mrs. Guberman Chapter Leader Mrs. Marvin Guberman was installed president of Lorber chapter. Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children, at a function Tuesday at Westbrooke Country Club. Other officers installed were Mesdames Irwin Kruger, Alfred Goldberg, and Leslie Silverman. vice presidents; Martin Forman. Herbert Teller. Leonard Stubins. arid Robert Loeb. secretaries; Arnold Grossman, treasurer; and Al Band, auditor. Carl Gardner was installing officer. Outgoing officers participated m an original skit. Outgoing president is Mrs. Julian Cole. Mrs Robert Bender and Mrs Howard Miller were in charge of brunch arrangements. Reservations were taken by Mrs. Al Gibbs. Deep rich mellow tasty... 0CHLESS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE I 'We* Buy it sliced or in a big tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes ... f r breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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n j f/n 1l/ OmCTM ^ otu/ by ISABEL GROVE "dewish Floridian '.'harming bridal shower for Sandy Harriet Shapiro. Maurice friedland's June bride-to be Looked chic in a summer black organza over black and white polished cotton, snug bodice and I ill, lull skirt White bumbershoots and wedding bells decorated the center table, and the huge cake read "A Shower of Happiness" Miniature veiled brides with demurely downcast eyes held the place cards for the 30 guests .Hostesses for the buffet luncht on held at Junior's on Saturday were Bea (Mrs. Ben) Rubin in -lim sheath of turquoise Hong Kong silk, and Ruth (Mrs Herbert) (Hitman, who also chose deep turquoise for an easy line frock with bateau neck and softly shirred skirt Mother of the future bride, Mrs. Sam (Annette) Shapiro in a most becoming new hair-do md attractive silk, all-over floral sliver of a dress Mrs. Leonjrd Friedland. mother of the prospective bridegroom, set off her lond hair with a navy sheer, red and white piping around the neckline,'down the front of the bodice and on the sleeves :;ilen. Sandy's teen-age sister, into everything and cute in a long-leeved. ireen and white shirtmakcr Other guests, Mrs. Ted Sorin and Mrs. Arthur, lister and sister-in-law of Sam Shapiro laic guests alter lunch included the bridegroom himself, the father of the bride, recording the happy festivities on film, with sturdy assist from the two handsome young men of the family, vlan and Harold.. • • • A champagne party given by their employees last Tuesday for lanis and Austin Burke who are on a combination business and pleasure junket to Europe The Lincoln Mall clothier, with the unique advertising pitch on TV, is carrying with him a gold key to M ami Beach from Mayor Kenneth Oka for the Mayor of Cannes • Little Ole Burky," a he calls himself, will speak at the Sec•nd International "Flight la Fashion," sponsored by leading international textile creators, during the Cannes Film Festival ... In addition, the Burkes will attend fashion seminars for men and vomen, as well as fashion shows in Rome and Paris Another European bound couple feted at a farewell party, Bea ind Michael (Mike's News) Morsel Dinner party at the Parisien ust before they winged to New York for a day with her family. md then jetted off for a five-week look-see at some of the places he) didn't get to on their first go-round They'll start in Ireand. proceed to Scotland. Copenhagen, the Netherlands. Belgium. md Switzerland, saving Paris for the last few days before return in' home. • A twin-bill party at Harry and Blanche Linsky's new apartent in Bav Harbor Adorable daughter Patty's sixth birthday uncided with Mother's Day ... To share the celebration with is familv. Mr L. jetted m from Chicago where he is designing He Imperial Inn motel on the Loop Having just as much fun is Tatty's 15 classmates were aunt and uncle Ruth and Charlie SCObSOn I'eggv and Herbert Jacobson. and Lola Cherson Mrs. Ben (Ruth) C.insburg and Mrs. Leon (Dorothy) Kaplan, vho have planned many organization shows and projects together, IOW happilv immersed in plans for a summer wedding of mutual concern ... The Kaplans recently announced the engagement and approaching marriage of .laughter Rita Merle to Edwin M. Ginsburg ... Another summer wedding causing lots of excitement in the Jean C Lehman home ... Son Jere called from Kansas to tell them of his betrothal there to Barbara Vibbert With only her voice long distance and a picture which shows she's a pretty one, the Lehman's and Jere's grandmother. Mrs. Didi Rothschild, can hardly wait to meet their future daughter-in-law and granddaughter %  • Man F Salomon, here on furlough to serve as an usher at the Apr. 15 wedding of his sister. Susan Lynn, to Peter I. Levin, has left for Ft Sam Houston in San Antonia, Tex., to finish his training begun at Ft Jackson So Car. ... A letter received by his parents Mr and Mrs. Harry Salomon, from Col. Howard W. Creer. Infantrv Commander at Ft. Jackson, states that Pvt. Alan was -elected as Regimental Commanders orderly while there This i. one of the highest award.a trainee can attain during basic train ing," Col. Greer adds "and you can be justly proud of your son's achievement" A s.gnal honor ... The Six weeks Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kawaller will spend in New York will be doubly enjoyable for them since they'll be attending the wedding oi granddaughter Prya, and the Bar M tivah of [randsor. Ira Mr K ia vice president of the (.olden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMHA Branch of the Greatei Miami Jewish Community ("enter ... Miss Lillian Goodman, just installed tor her second term a s president of Miami Beach Hadassah, and her sister, Miss ; Esther : ; odman. both ol the Morton Towers, are l.laving '"•'' veek vacation in Israel They're going as delegates ol remph EmJru S Siierh I to the World Council of Synagogue"pre. anting the National Women's League, naUonal parent organua rjtwJfc js^awr -1 Cutesl campaigns in the recenl eleis was Sandra Lee Stanta "Stan" B Goldbergs 7-year-old daughter '" ."" approval of bis qualifications for Com"i.ssi. r s r J !?: v ss*=-" %  -*•' ""^K^-wssffis = -IIV dinners for J.KK an' >" %  > o K.vmond and Herman and Irma Bekker 80 muc "'in Dayhuffj. dlnne. %  entertj %£ !" ^JSL\&* Sue Sunstein. George Miller and SUJM ^J n g ,„ h) „,,„„,„„ Mrs.Shirl.y r. Hube. f he Hub* ^ ^ ouUtanding hotel, end.ng the current art si • slori c ,, n w „h talent. Rick **~*?5&%£EZ Fl.nd.r. Field, a the same name Is •" "jj. M ,. s '.,„,,„ P Kennedy, recent purchase of the lirsi I.HI>. Miami, Florida. Friday, May 18, 1962 Section B Mrs. Fay Ablin and her family were honored the Aged. Left to last week for their pioneering work in estabdaughter of Mrs. lishing and supporting the Jewish Home for Mrs. Ablin; and ^^^^ %  tx^wtm Discussing the installation of new officers for the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shirah held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Herman K. Gottlieb, 6060 SW 63rd ct.. are (left to right) Mesdames Dave Steinberg. Henry Hamersmith. Jack Somberg. reelected president of Sisterhood, Morris A. Skop, and Herman K. Gottlieb. right are Mrs. Marvin Schero. Ablin; her husband. Marvin; her son, Donald Ablin. Ablin Family Receive Honors At Aged Home MrFay Albin was las) week honored at an inaugural dinner ol the building fund campaign of th< Jewish Home for the Aged lor "her family's pioneering efforts in t ilablishing and supporting" the nationally-known institution Circuit Judge Irving Cypen, Home president praised Mrs. Ablie foi "her continuing dedication f> the Home." Present With Mrs. Ablin were her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Marvin Schero. and her ion, Donald Ablin, who came here from Chicago to attend the event. Judge Cypen pointed out that Mrs. Ablin has "passed her longstanding devotion to the Jewish Home for the Aged on to a second generation." He explained that her daughter, Mrs. Schero, is a volunteer worker at the Home Mr. Sehero's growing interest in the Home shows signs of rivalling that of her mother This 36-in. replica of the Cedars of Lebanon "Tree of Life" has been placed on display in the Congress bldg. offices of the Cedars development fund. Carved by Hialeah sculptor Michael Piuggi. the plaque is an authentic reproduction of the 9-ft. tall bas relief memorial recently installed in the entrance to Cedars Hospital. The model will be exhibited at meetings and benefit events with a history of the Biblical derivation of the Cedars Tree. Shown at the installation are 'left to right! Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Auxiliary president. Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz, and Mrs. Philip Kopelman. Palsy Groups Set Joint Installation North Dade and Miami Womei Units of the United Cerebral Pa will hold jomt installation rrremon.es on Saturdaj noon al in Springs Villa Harrj Botm i< k ol Florida will M-rve as installing i [ficer for the annual affair Mi Lillian Rappaporl and Mrs. S; dell Fistel will !><• installed pre* ii Mr • Sandi Intmdola and Ri i Getti will take the helm on • • poi i ecrctarii ol live units Mrs. Smith Will Take Over Gavel Mr Ben Smith, founder pri den I of South Dade chapter, Na i nnal Children I ardiac Hospital, will turn ovei the gavel to newlyi:. cted president, Mn Mi hael Pel man on Wednesday 9 30 a m. Installation ceremony will be held at the home of Mr Louis I.NII I.I rg, MM Riviera dr Cora in Loul Lemberg is on tinstaff at the hospital New corresponding lecretary Mrs Maun Rosenthal.



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Friday, May 18, 1962 +Jewist fhrld/aun Page 5-B Beth Am Prexy To be Speaker At the election meeting of the • will speak on "How Shall Temple South Florida Federation of the \ Policy be Formed—A Presidents Southeast Council of the Union ol 1,olnt of View." American Hebrew Congregations to Newman has been elected presibe held Monday, Robert H. Newdent of the South Florida Council man. president of Temple Beth Am, of the UAHC. Installation dinner dance for officers and board of directors of Temple Beth Am, Sisterhood, and Brotherhood will be held on Saturday, June 2, at the Everglade^ hotel root. Mrs. Marshall Feuer and Mrs Btn Clein are co-chairing the event. MRS. LOU'S COillN NEW! WILNO .KOSHER SALAMI VW KOSHER fiUOEDGAlAMI All pure beef Ask for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters MRS. LOUIS GOLD Ner Tamid Honors Two Women Two women were to be honored al a luncheon Thursday for their efforts in behalf of Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood. They are Mrs. Louis Cohen and Mrs. Louis Gold. Bolh are past presidents of the Sisterhood, according to Mrs. Jack Gerson, year, b(.ok chairman of the women's organization. The Thursday luncheon, in the form of a Chai journal function, was to cite Mrs. Cohen and Mrs. j Gold "for their dedicated leadership to Sisterhood since its inccpi tion four years ago." Luncheon was to be at noon at Sklar Auditorium, with the program entitled "This is Your Life—Gus and Goldie." WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Westbrooke Plans Varied Activities Westbrooke Country Club in Southwest Miami has launched a variety of intra-club groups, according to Mrs. Lynne Levin, social director. Already formed is the mixed summer bowling league, with Leonard Deutsch as president;a "Wisdom Workshop" for discussions, Mrs. Dorothy Roth, chairman; a bridge club with Mrs. Rosalyn Singer and Mrs. Florence Fricdlander serving as co-chairmen; a gol den age social club chaired by Mrs. Gertrude Kapralik; the Westbrooke players, with Ken I'd.man. and a paddle-handball league. For the young set. there is the Westbrooke Junior League, with Linda Steinberg as president, and the teen group. Still to be formed are the club tennis, handball, basketball, volleyball ami swim team, art and fencing clubs. A Freedom Fiesta dance on Tuesday. May 29. will be held on i In Carousel terrace around WestSmoke's very large pool. andwicHes lo^i CHEESE SLICES Ar d so do cheese omelets, canapes .. "* % %  % %  %  whatever calls for cheese. Here^s a distinctive nutty cheese flavor un ike any other. Obviously imported. Six individually foiled slices ptf pack. Try Swiss Knight slices ... tonight! / &f -"' % %  ~~tf for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... It's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE s: £ so I f 1> (,: % %  M % X ~="'' *4 v *£ •S58S ^^A Iflfl "V i\\ 4V % Sfi '\, %  w' THE "SABBA TH COFFEE" for instant enjoyment every day! In 2 Oz.,6 0z., and 10 Oz. jars. Get today's Instant Maxwell Houseflavor sealed in this distinctive new jar! CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS CORP %  — — For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of them all! In 1 lb. and 2 lb. cans.