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

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

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Flor idian
36 Number 9
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, March 1, 1963
Two Sections Price 2tk
%
TftfGVt ue
Cues/ ol Honor
S&NIUtL ROTHBERG
National Campaign Chairman
SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY
Speaker
ael Bond Inaugural This Weekend;
f5 Million Set for Economic Needs
If iKUSTliH SA1S-
iws Have
ttle Moral
ipact Here
YORK .''! A !W in the
states "knov virtuallj a*
>ut Judaism as the Chris-
Rabbi Louis Finkelstein,
lewish Theological Semin
I in ;i study on r< lig-
countrj conducted by
:er lor the Studj ol Demo
istitutions founded by the
: the Republic, Inc. "We
terrific problem jusl try
\pl.iin Judaism to Jews,"
CONSULAR CORPS FETED PAGE 6-A
ZOA NATIONAL LEADERS PAGE 8-A
WOMEN'S HIGH FASHION PAGE IB
0n the eve ol the opening ol the 1963 Inaugural conference for
[grael Bond- ., the Fontainebleau Motel on Friday. Israel s top kajl-
ers, led by Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon, hailed Israel Bondtu
the central factor in Israel's economic growth and characterized
the beginning of the redemption this year of the first Israel Bonds as
a historic milestone in Israel- economic progress.
Mr. Ben-Gurion was joined by
Refute Nikita
Denial of Red
Anti-Semitism
LAST SYNAGOGUE CLOSED PAGE 3-A
LONDON(JTAV-The Guardian of Manchester, Britain's leading
Liberal organ, challenged Monday assertions by Premier Nikita S
Khrushchev that there was no policy of anti-Semitism in the Soviet
Union. The newspaper declared editorially that what Mr Khrushchev
"cannot claim is that the progressive' Soviet Government doe- any-
thing to discourage or suppress manifestations ol loathesome anti-
Semitism."
Mr. Khrushchev, in a letter to
66 Groups File
Brief on Religion
In the Schools
Finance Minister Lev! Eshkol an I
Foreign Minister Golds Men- in
tressing not only the achieve-
ments of the past 12 years, but
also the problem- ot further de-
velopment which face Israel in
absorbing continued substantial
ilgration and in expanding her
cconom;
The conference is meeting this
weekend at the Fontainebleau to
launch the 1963 campaign to sell
a minimum of $75,000,000 in Is-
rael Bords. The climax of the
conrerer.ee will be a celebration
on Saturday evening of Israels
15th anniversary.
Trj gve Lie, first Secretary (ion-
Continued on Page 10-A

|-vs, as Jews," he asserted,
pt no great spiritual or moral
e-ce on America except in-
cs individual Jews who are
close to their tradition
influence others by their
nple."
Motion to Abolish Arab
Military Rule is Defeated
JERUSALEM (JTAi A motion
to abolish military government in
Arab populated areas ol Israel was
defeated by the hairline margin ol '
one vote in a tense Parliament this
week. The vote was 57 to 56. Five j
lills calling for radical Clianges in
>r abolition ol military rule were j
ntroduced in the Knesset by <1ep-
Itie* ol lh' Liberal. Herat, Mapam.
Sabbath day," Dr. Finkel-
:ated, "was the day set
Judaism for Jews to be
id nothing but Jews. It
iCtly observed as a day for Achdut Avoda and communist Par-,
id loi living as a Jew. It ties.
ay on which .lews should
1th fellow .lews on a spir-
ane, on which they should
it plate, en which they should
with their families
a abandon that to play goll
-hopping or to go to work
i a million and one other
thai is b greal calamity,
;i- befallen us as Jews."
The parties mustered every DOS-
| dble deputy for the vote which
parked demonstrations by both
university students and Israeli
Irate. Cine deputy arrived from a
Kick bed and another hastened
back by plane from an overseas
rip. There were five abstentions.
., from Agudal Israel and one
\,ai> Special security measures
were arranged near the Knesset
building tor the vote.
Balloting was preceded by a
one-hour speech by Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion who
strongly defended the military
rule. He said Israel's "unique"
security situation demanded con-
tinuance of such rule. He as-
serted that no other country in
the world was bordered by states
which daily by press and radio
propaganda incited and threaten-
ed Israel's existence. He had an-
nounced ht would go to the peo-
ple on the issue if the vote was
negative.
The only areas in Israel which
seemed not to participate in the
Continued on Page 8-A
Lord Bert rand riussell, the full text
of which was made public Monday,
stated categorically that "There is
not and never has been an anti-
Semitic policy in the USSR because
>ur multi-national, Socialist S:ui-
excludes the p ssibility ol such a
i. cy. Our Constitution proclaims
equality, regardless ol nationality
tnd race Advccacj of racial or
lational discrimination is punish-
able by law. Our motto is: Man to
nan is friend, comrade and bro-
ther. In the future, I will continue
in that spirit) w ith all persistenci
and consistency."
Wr. Khrvshchev's letter to
Lord Russell was in response to
a protest written by the philos-
opher about the large number of
death sentences impose-! upon
foviet Jews recently, after the
latter Had be?n convicted of "eco-
nomic crimes." Lord Russell had
requested clemency for the Jews.
Lord Russell did not make public
i he text ol his letters to Khrush
chev, in the beliel that bis inter-
ession might be more effective if
| ie did not publicize his views. He
\ disclosed, through an aide that he
had been in touch with the Soviet
Premier en the Jewish question
ince last year when he. with Prof.
Martin Bubei and Francois Man
Ue, appealed to Khrushchev for
Continued on Page 6-A
WASHINGTON i.ITAi Six-
ty-six Jewish religious and CIVIC
i c dies Joined in a new brief sub
milled to the I nitcd Stale.- Su
: reme Conn on Mondaj. chal-
ious exercises in the
public schools The friend-of-the-
court bnel was submitted in the
two cases scheduled for atgumenl
lx i, re the High Court Wednes ay,
testing in. constitutionality ol
school Bible reading and recita-
tioi oi the Lord's Prayer One
Of the cases arose in Pennsylvania.
th( other in Maryland.
Signing the brief were the Syna-
gogue Council Of America, repre-
senting Orthodox. Conservative
and Reform Jewish congregation-
al and rabbinical bodies; and the
National Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, representing six
national Jewish agencies and 57
local Jewish community council-
across the country. The brief was
submitted by Leo Pfeffer. general
Continued on Page 16-A
UN Conclave Told Israel Begins
Producing Solar Energy Units
lew Yorkers Seek Fair Sabbath Law
- ^ny ny- (JTAi Confidence that the New York Stale Leg-
luii would enact a "Fair Sabbath" bill this year WM expressed
i week after 300 representatives of six Jewish organizations
with kej officials and legislative leadenl The objective
. ation was" to urge an amendment to New York s blue taws,
I Pt Sabbath observers from provisions requiring Sunaaj eios
-mess enterprises,
organizations were the ,.,.,|(.ration of Reform Synagogues
lerican Jewish Congress, the .... dthe Union ol Orthodox Jewish
pish War Veterans, the metro-j Congregations.
fcitan region of the United P"' ,u,irm.n
of America. New York Howard Squad on, cha'r-nan
Of Rabbis, the Ncv York of the Metropolitan Council
the American Jewish Congress,
who led the delegation, disclos-
ed that Jewish groups met a
month ago on this issue with
Gov. Rockefeller and Assembly
Speaker Joseph Carlino. Confi-
dence in the view that legisla-
tive enactment would come at
the current session of New York
State House and Senate was ex-
pressed by Squadron, "relying
on the encouragement received
Continued on Page 9-A
GENEVA (JTAi Israel i- the
inly country in the world which
has developed a successful solar
device for water heating which is
not only widely used in Israel but
also is being exported, the United
Nations Conference on Science and
Technology was told here this
week
The report was made bj Daniel
shimshoni. director-general of Is-
rael's National Council for Re-
earch and Development, who also
told the i 800 deleeatea from 108
countries thai b National Physical
Laboratorj had been set up in is
racl to conduct solar energy re-
search with a sti ff of 25 professors
and technical personnel.
"Part of this work is being
done in Israel's southern desert
at the Negev Institute for Arid
Zone Research where the sun
! beats down day after day dur-
! ing the year and part of it is
conducted at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem," he said.
The closing address of the 16-
day parlcv was given by Israel
Education Minister Abba Khan as
one of the three senior vice presi-
dents ol the conference He pro-
posed a general pro-ram to help
the development ol the changing
relationships between the world's
advanced countries and the less
developed regions. His address
was applauded bj many ol the
. t es
Describing the techniques Israel
had developed to capture energy
Irom the sun, Shimshoni said that
the work so far had been concen-
trated on the design ot water heat
era for domestic use. small solar
power generators, solar air condi-
tioning and the ultimate creation
Ol a power station working entire
Continued on Page 7-A


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Page 2-A
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Friday, March 1, 1963
National Shrine of Jewish War Dead
Elects Atlanta Leader New President
At a special parly for Imperial House residents and Chica-
..s now living in Floridc, hosted by Col. end Mrs. Jacob
Arvey substantial increases and many new contributions
veie made to the 1563 Combined Jewish Apoeal. Left to
car* Een Matthews, Jack Goldberg and David Phillips
pictured participating in the occasion.
National ShrineMor the jefftah
War Dead in Washington. D.C.,
ha> elected Harry Harrison, busi-
m -- .tni! communal leader of At-
lanta. <;a a- president.
Sen .. ith Harrison arc Gen
Omar N Bradley, honorary chair-
man; Admiral Robert B. Carnej
end Gen. James H Doolittle. hon-
orary, co-chairmen; Saul Gold.
New York City, and Morris Tulup
mar. Detroit, Mich, vice presi
dent^ Joseph F. Bair. Washing-
ton, secretary: an<' Walter E. Van-
iger, Baltimore, assistant treasur-
A veteran of World War I,
Harrison ha* long, been active in
developing and expanding the
facilities of the Jewish Wr Vet-
erans. Affiliated with JWV
Post 112 in Atlanta, he has for
years been chairman of the na-
tional JWV's convention commit-
tee.
Act of the 85th Congress, has been
. -lablished in Washington to house
maKnificient and rare works of
art. historical exhibits and sigmt.
icant morabilia" highlighting "the
!'participation/-6t all Americans 0f
the Jewish faith who served m
; America's battles to establish and
preserve the blessings of liberty "
avail.
The National Shrine, created by, ton 4. D.C.
Additional information is
able from the National Shr
1 he Jewish War Dead, 1712 tym
Hampshire Ave.. N.W.. Washing.
Small Dade Vote Narrows Field Here
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Soviets Close Last Synagogue in Chernovtsy
NEW YORK-(JTA)The Soviet A report on the closure of the
Union authorities have compelled synagogue was published in the \
the congregation of what is be- January issue of "Yoyovnichy Ate-
lirved to have been the last re- ist," (Militant Atheisi) .official or-
maining synagogue in Chernovtsy, gan of the Ukrainian Institute for!
in the Ukraine, to disband and Dissemination of Scientific Knowl
dost the institution, it was learn; edge on Atheism, copies of which
f made clear that the action was
s Czcrnovitz, capital of the Ru-
manian province of Bukhovina.
that "Israeli diplomats" had vis-
ited the synagogue at various
times, "offending Soviet citizens
by their attacks against the So-
viet system." The worshippers,
the paper said, had "protested
against the behavior of the Is-
raeli diplomats."
forced upon the congregation by Tht-' meeting, according to the
once had one of the largest Jewish j -3.000 loyal atheists who took Soviet periodical, discussed "what
goes on behind the walls of the
synagogue.'* Charges were made
that the Jews there were occupied
mainly with "dividing honors as
well as with dividing the proceeds
of the communal cash-box.'" The ,
periodical asserted that two mem- '
beis of the synagogue's board of i
trustees, identified as Reich and
Bronstein. had -demanded that the I
sur- house of worship be closed as a
and foul attacks against the Soviet
| people."
The mass meeting reportedly
turned into "an attack against the
i trustees of the synagogue." Finally,
three other board members iden-
! tified as Schechter. Kleiman and
1 Riesel, presented a resolution call-
ing for the shut-down. The resolu-
tion was passed, stated the Kie.
report, "and the building, on Rub
iky Street, is now being used a
i school. School No. 27, with eigfa
rades."
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Jewi-h population of the city to-j
day is estimated at between 40,000 | Participants at the meeting,
and 50,000. the publication reported, charged
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Volume 36
Number 9
Friday, March 1, 1963
Adar 5723
Israel Bond
National Inaugural
The Israel Bond inaugural con-
ference here this weekend will be
an historic one for a number of
reasons. Prime among these will
be the presence of Trygve Lie as
guest of honor at the Saturday
night inaugural banquet.
Mr. Lie was Secretary-General
of the United Nations at the time
of partition and the subsequent
proclamation of Israeli indepen-
dence. UN chronicles will forever
record his personal and outspoken
enthusiasm for the then new Jew-
ish State.
In addition, Mr. Lie's appear-
ance at the conference should re-
mind us all of his own sacrifice
on the altar of international
diplomacy, an experience with
which Israel has herself become
well-acquainted at the United Na-
tions: Mr. Lie was ousted from his
post by unrelenting Soviet pres-
sure in the wake of the North Kor-
ean invasion. Moscow did not
want a Secretary-General who re-
fused to pander to the Russian
design.
Apart from Mr. Lie's appear-
ance, as well as that of U.S. Sen. Hubert Hum-
phrey (D.-Minn.), who is one of Capitol Hill's
most distinguished legislators, the inaugural
conference this weekend will launch the Israel
Bond Year of Redemption. Beginning in May,
Israel Bondholders will be able to redeem the
bonds issued by the State of Israel back in
May, 1951. At 150 percent of their face value,
they will be cashing in the first bonds they
purchased just twelve years ago.
They will be doing more than that. They
will be redeeming a pledge by the State of
Israel now fulfilled. In addition to the eco-
nomic assistance they have rendered Israel in
her centrally important drive for economic in-
dependence, they will have proven the gilt-
edged quality of Israel's word.
The inaugural conference this weekend
will also launch the next phase in the Israel
Bond campaign: a S75 million goal for 1963
to meet the ever-expanding needs of the
Jewish State. More than anything else, this
figure keeps us in mind of the pivotal signifi-
cance of Israel Bond dollars in the upbuilding
of Israel today.
As in years past, we welcome the Israel
Bond conference here, which by now has
made our community the traditional launching
site for its annual national inaugural, confi-
dent that its endeavor in behalf of the Jewish
State will continue successfully.
Goals of Brotherhood
Greater Miami brought its Brotherhood
Week celebration to a conclusion Monday at
its annual Brotherhood Dinner.
National Conference of Christians and
Jews, sponsor of the event throughout the
country, has taken on a difficult but noble task
in its programs dedicated to the principle of
human equality.
The recipients of the NCCJ Brotherhood
Awards on Monday night, William B. McDon-
ald, Miami Beach Councilman D. Lee Powell,
and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, have represented
by their own exemplary civic interests the ideal
goals of brotherhood.
The need to eradicate prejudice remains a
central one if we are to survive in an age
where intercultural contact has never been
so great or so frequent. Brotherhood Week is
dedicated to this end.
Vision of Nasser's Role
v The revolution in Iraq means that the mid-
night oil in Israeli government circles is burn-
ing far more brightly these days and far beyond
midnight.
Coupled with the events in Yemen, the
Nasser-inspired victory in Iraq poses for Israel
perhaps the greatest challenge since the first
hours of her independence, when seven Arab
armies invaded the infant nation. For Egypt
is increasingly the bright star in a potential
pan-Arab world, and no one knows this bet-
ter than Nasser, who has planned and
schemed for the day.
Yemen and Iraq are the best examples of
the success of his plans and schemes.
Throughout the years when Nasser had
neither military nor political significance out-
side of his own country, he repeatedly took as
his own the role of loudly aggressive leader
against Israel's existence. How, then, should
he envision his role today?
Israel knows, and this is why the midnight
oil has been burning more brightly and far
beyond midnight since the revolution in Iraq.
ORT Day to be Celebrated
S! F1Srida Re9'on of Women's Amer-
ican ORT will mark ORT Day here on Mar 5
Organization for Rehabilitation Through Train-
ing has a valuable purpose: to assist the in-
digent make themselves useful members of
society as self-supporting individuals.
What elevates ORT's dedication even fur-
ther is the horizon of its operation: the down-
trodden and persecuted Jews in nations around
he globe, wherever ORT can reach, to snatch
Si m)an>.T7helmin5 sense of personal
defeat and rehabilitate them onto the road of
self-esteem.
u wrL0000^11311 ,his' Organization for Re-
habilitation Through Training operates a larqe
network of trade schools throughout the wor?d
including Israel. Some of ORT's most chal-
lenged facilities today are in Israel and France
a T w?flUX JeWS from AI9e" 3
as North Africa generally, is straining to"he
Indent3 "^ fF ORT in South Florida is dedicate .~
audable ideal. ORT Day on MarTwin Sah
light its humanitarian purpose. 9
during
the week
as i see it
m iu- h to
by LEO MINDLIN
about the Federal ,'u ship appointment last wc!l
The serious question, at i.,,,'
for me is what not to sav Th
sensibilities of two Florid
Senators are Involved, and on!
does not lightly expose ,h n*
to public cross ,xam,
Also involved is the editonj
.....Muummmm treatment of Miami's miming
daily; and, for any self respect
inn newsman, critical analysis and possible rejection (,i -, ]o
practitioner'! viewpoint falls into the category of something devouth
to be avoided. There is. after all. far more a journalist |-,s ,5
accomplish in a day's work than to carp about the failings f j^
But if there is much to say. tempered by an unrelenting ,.,unS
over what not to say. there is also the compelling Consideration of
what must be said. This, it seems to me, overrides Senatorial send
bilitv and the practical ethics governing a newsman's professional
energies. Certainly, the entire question of a "Jewish appointment"
needs analysis and exposure for what it was an expedient exploiU
tion of the dignity of the Dade County Jewish community.
1 found myself '"in" on the business of a "Jewish appointment"
from the very beginning, when word of its seeming immincne- as
"leaked" to me. I considered the basis on which it had been put
as a rather strangely sad one: the Administration in Washinuton
decided to fill one of the two new Federal Judgeships here with a
qualified Jewish candidate.
: : :
CONFUSION fROM W BtCINNING
OR ME IT was sad because I have always considered tha the
proper operation of democracy suggests an impartial response
to the color, creed, or extraction of the men and women eomposins a
lie.' society Where, as m Brotherhood festivals, you have to plead
for the equality of all races and religions, and make a bit; thing of
'tolerance." there you also have the basic elements of prejudice.
Nevertheless, and with a considerable amount of political
istie intelligence, our most sophisticated leaders on ever)
government, no less than our most practical leaders, repeat, I mj
their necessary respects to special interest blocs. This I'...
since the founding of the Republic, which was itself a vasl i
mise aimed al uniting a variety of sectional purposes into one nation
If the Administration in Washington wanted to name ,.
appointee to the Federal bench, political exigencies ,.,
cepting Hie tact without excessive question. But the course changed
Inline too many weeks had passed in the wake of the Initial
The Administration somehow became confused to mean our Honda
Senators: soon, the Administration and the Senators were inter-
changeable: and shortly after that, it was the Senators excli
who rose in their self-esteem because they felt a Jewish u\\- :::,e
to the Federal bench had been long overdue.
On its face, the entire image appeared reasonable. If one could
ignore for the moment the Administration-Senatorial compl-x. it
was certainly possible Washington wanted to show friendship to a
Jewish community that in 1960 figured so significantly acre.; the
nation.
THt SKtPTKAl SITTING WUHOWiKS
I WAS IN no way disabused of these gentler if still sad gpeculatiOM
when the truth emerged as a matter of reported fact: Florida's
Senior Senatoi. joined by the consent of the Junior Senator, who also
felt a sense of gratitude toward the prospective appointee, announced
the name of their choice. The skeptical setting to the entire .ffair
suddenly full-flowered to become apparent for what it was 3oth
originally intended the nomination of a specific Miami attorne- who
happened to be Jewish: the rest was political filigree.
The man who should say least about it. Florida's Senior S<
has unhappily had the most to say in a spate of hurtful post-ny.rems.
Certainly, both he and his colleague were invested with th,- un-
disputed privilege to recommend a candidate and to press for his
appointment. But to have exploited their candidate's inc: 1 -ntal
Jewishness was inexcusable. In the first instance, at this |unt it
ean only be construed as an embarrassing insult to the Jewisl com-
munity of Greater Miami, whose self-respect and credulitv the\ taxed
to the limit.
In the second place, and it has become especially apparei:' -nee
the appointment was made last week, their frankly Insensitive
handling uf the entire alfair must forever remain an equal!) em-
barrassing insult to the man whose favor they presumably in!
rewarding. By exploiting his religion, rightly a matter of his pmate
conscience, they performed the unhappy service of marking !
a candidate whose extra-professional qualifications were ni
important than his professional.
JtWISH U.S. ATT0RNIT ON THt HORIZON?
yNOER THE CIRCUMSTANCES they initially created, this v the
inevitable destiny of any Jewish appointee; but it would I .rdly
De 88 apparent if the conclusion to the Senatorial fiasco left no rancor
.-aid Before that the man who should do the least talk.n,
ine most. His has been a steady monologue of critical cummer' iron)
me moment Greater Miami Jewry took the "leak" seriouslv to come
up with some three or four outstandingly well-qualified possi
lor appointment.
u.hirh"hrnatC P8fibUiti ere never, in fact, what he in! ided,
.fV.r ,.,u' |,ron,""> construed as "opposition" to his own. Long
Mrtm.ni ,'""u ;Sena,or's nomination was refused by the Jos'. D*
I, wish r l'l(i faM' ,nereb>' betraying his true intention, tor a
i, ,, *****. ln ,ht' f'rst instance, and doing further unkind In-
r.i.or i k apJ>0lnU'11 M choice. When the local morning daily
-mo?,t Vi tl'"a,r" commt'nt that he didn't care a fig's worth
for him li ,PVy, bl'cause Miami Jcwry had never done anything
aoooinT,:,. h ," WCrt'n't his aPP<>intee, it would be no Jewish
the daily reported accurately,
mrf wnri, ,LnT} n'K'y-Placed Presidential advisors, who UVM
stanttX fj 'ht' Wn,,e House- Personally quoted him to me in >ub-
Maniiaily the same way.
OnSFSH Sc"!r S,'na,or now blames thc switch P'a>" on a ,piit
were th I lsh community is a thin excuse. At no time
he., n T,re than a smaU handful of names seriously offered
as possible candidates in response to the original "announce-
;mn1., Miami S afternoon daily paper, well apprised of the
Its irnrhn.- \ '. understood this beyond doubt, as a pi
' FSXS?* ed,tM ""ll,;""-' "We* ^otook th,
insight ours'V'!1'"""""""'" ,ml ^"wed the kind of syl
[Might OUi Senators wanted us at the outset to believe I Iso m< '*"
'" ,lu' "ftwniath ol this unkindeal cut of all. th, '
Continued on Page 7-A


v, March 1. 1963
kwisfi MoriidlicJir
Page 5-A
. Upton (left1, president oi Temple Emanu-fcl, receives a
plaque from Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chairman cf the
. theological Seminary of America, in recognition of
.. on to the hiqh principles of Judaism" and "for
.plary leadeiship in his endeavors to enrich the spiritual
his community." #
Seminary Gathering Hears
Dr. Arzt and Sen. Javits
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id is a pilot plan for the acted before 1873, regarding COO-
thai is humanity.'" Dr. Max flifts of interest in the executive
vice chancellor of the Jew- government," Sen Javits told his
heological Seminary of Amcr- audience.
"But ironically, Congress has
eclared here Monday after
Arzt delivered the annual
Friedlacd Lecture at a
ition of the Seminary. U.S.
Jacob K. Javits (Rep.-N'.Y.).
was to he awarded an honor-
even now failed to establish a
comprehensive code of ethics
for Senators, Representatives
,and the many emplpy.es*.in the
legislative branch."
men, too, he said, "have
111 C'lll-
: ith ide
quate procedures for its ei
ure the
contir >| the p
must
qualified ol
litj lead-
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lier
thai the Seminary docs nol (

the i Sen Javits would
: red i ri another occasion. |
At the convocation dinner, seven
community leaders from throu i
out the United States and Cam
were singled out and honore I with'
large bronze plaques In recognl
tion of their communal service.
Joseph Lipton, of Miami
Beach, president of Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn.,
and president of Temple Emanu-
II, was among the honorees.
i
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. led I
the academic procession earlier in'
the afternoon. Gabriel Header,
veteran newscaster, served as
dinner chairman and toastmaster
at the dinner.
At the convocation dinner are (left to right) Samuel Friedland,
sponsor of the annual lecture series here by the Jew o-
logical Seminary of America; Sen. Jacob K.'Javits, quest of.
honor; Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emai
El; and Louis Stein, president of Food Fair Stores, nationc
known patron ot the Seminary.
Moess Chittin" Dinner Slated
Thirteenth annual dinner to be
lu Id in Miami Beach for Toronto's
"Moess Chittin Fund'" will be on
Sunday. Mar .1. at the DiLldo
Hotel, with Samuel Himel. of To-
ronto, chairman.
"Moess Chittin" (Wheat Fund)
is an age-old practice of Jews to:
provide means to celebrate Pass-
over for their less fortunate breth
ren.
Proceeds of the dinner will be
distributed to Jewish families in
North Africa and Europe and to
newly-arrived immigrants in Is-
rael, ired by the United
Jewish i; ncies "I the Can-
adian Jewish Congress, dinner
funds will be transmitted over-
Si as through the Joint Distribution
Committee.
Other committee members in-
clude Max Schechtcr, co-chair-
man; Mrs. Joseph Donnenfeld.
vice chairman; and Michael Sos-
sin. secretary. Miami Beach of-
fices of the "Moess Chittin Fund"
have been opened at the Black-
stone Retirement Hotel.
ree at the Seminary Con
iuii in Temple Emanu-El. dld|||
rrivi In time for the cere-
Speaking on "Judaism and the
Hu- an Dilemma," Dr. Arzt,
.'/lu *as a member of the com-
.n."ee for the new English
ation of the Bible, discuss-
ed ?ne compelling necessity %for
he jrvival of Jews throughout
the ges.
ea i> beheaded. Judea is
ushed, Dr. Arzt quoted
the Arch of Titus in Rome.
st made by the destroyers
the second temple in the tir-t
rj ol the common era."
rii to an Egyptian poten-
ho I ved in l-'il before the
on era. Dr. Arzt said he
ted "Israel is laid waste; its
is ii" mere."
lared Dr. Arzt: "We are the
- of people and, as the
i rophel Isaiah suggested, a deep-
ly despised people. How did the
lust ry ot this small people enter
into the mainstream of the cul-
history ot humanity to con-
'hen conquerors?"
Si.id Dr. Ant: "It is the Bible,
which is about man, and which
sees the difference between
what is and what ought to be,
that has assured this survival."
Arriving at the convocation din-
ner later in the evening from an
extended debate on the floor of |
Capitol Hill. Sen. Javits told the
ii ore than 500 guests attending1
I hat "there is an urgent need today\,
in revise and bring up to date old
State and" Federal conflict-of-inter-;
esl laws, which are often inconsist-
ent and clearly inadequate to cope
with the problems arising from
the broad range of contacts be-^
tween modern government and
i h e private. non-governmental
world."
Said the Senator: "The moral
and ethical standard! of the Amer-
ican people are founded upon our
religious heritage and our tracft-
lions of social, political, and econ-
omic freedom Arguing that last
Corrgr iss revised and mod-
ernized "the Inconsistent jumble
1' vision some of them en-
Moyer High fo Speck
r Robert King High will be
ikei al a B'nai B'rith
i Bj ii h Lodge meeting on
'in, -.lay noon al the I Incoln i.an"
Resl luranl Gershon S. Miller is
gram ch... man.
National Shrine
"to the
Jewish War Dead
1712 New Hampshire Ave, N.W.
Washington 4, D.C.
THAT ALL WILL REMEMBER"
Created by Act of Congress (85th Congress), the National Shrine to the Jewish War Dead is dedicated to
all Americans of the Jewish Faith who served in America's battles to establish and preserve the blessings
of Liberty. It is supported solely through contributions from citizens of all faiths who wish to enshrine
for all eternity those who gave their lives tor the American dream.
Magnificent and rare works of art, historical exhibits and significant memorabilia are displayed in the Shrine
part of the building; which also houses National JWV Headquarters.
Men and women of the Jewish Community everywhere Gold Star Mothers,
Veterans, Parents of Veterans, Friends are all invited to have a part in develop-
ment of this National Shrine to the Jewish War Dead by becoming contributing
sponsors of the movement.
SPONSORED BY THE JEWISH
COMMUNITY OF AMERICA
IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF AMERICA
HONORARY CHAIRMAN
GENERAL OMAR N. BRADLEY
HONORARY CO-CHAIRMEN
Admir.il Robert B. Carnoy Gen. James H. Doolittle
HARRY HARRISON
President Atlanta
MORRIS TULUPMAN SAUl GOID
Vice Pros dnt Detroit Vice President New York City
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Asst. Treasurer Treasurer Secretary
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Mail Checks to: use this membership form
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Enroll me as the following sponsor of the
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Friday. March 1. 1963
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Our Daily Colleagues Here Speak for Themselves
Page 7-A
A view of The News
Pj BILL BAGGS
Recognition Due
This is a piece of writing which easily
could be misunderstood. It concerns two facts:
I. Over the years, many Jews in the pro-
fession of law down South have been es-
teemed as legal scholars.
2. No Jewish lawyer
lever has been appointed to
I the judiciary in the region
[known as the Deep South.
The two facts have
'meaning when put togeth-
er, and the most obvious
'meaning would be an his-
BAGGS torical anti-Semitic mood
down South, but this wouid
be an overstatement, indeed a false interpre-
tation, because the majority opinion of persons
who can appreciate the worth of a splendid
lawyer do not reveal any prejudice in
their esteem of Jewish scholars in the prac-
tice of law in Miami, Jacksonville, Atlanta,
New Orleans, or any of the other Southern
communities where Jewish scholars in the
profession are found.
Migration Pattern
A piece of the explanation can be found
in the migration patterns of the country. As
everyone else did except the Indians, the Jews
came to America from other parts of the
world, and mostly they migrated to America
through New York City, later moving west as
they found self-confidence in themselvei in
what was a truly a new world for them. It
was much the same with the Poles and the
Germans and the Italians, and the others who
sought new beginnings in young America.
A few Jews drifted south' as did the other
immigrants, but only in recent years has the
Jewish population grown to considerable num-
bers down South.
Legal Scholars
Yet all along, men of Jewish faith were
distinguishing themselves in the ancient pro-
fession of law.
Today, In our own community, are several
SMATHERS HOLLAND
They Abandoned A Good Idea
Jewish scholars in the legal profession, and
any one of them would make this district a
tine federal judge.
Moreover, it would be the kind of recoeni-
tion which gives new confidence and security
to a minority which lives in a pluralistic so-
ciety. A federal judge is a person of especial
honor in a community.
For a time, it seemed that one of the
Jewish lawyers of splendid reputation in the
Miami community would be appointed to a
new federal judgeship here, but Senators
Smathers and Holland appeared to abandon
the idea on the grounds that the local asso-
ciation and the Jewish community were split
among themselves as to which Jew would
make a good federal judge. This thinking Is
not easy to appreciate.
The man finally nominated by the two sen-
ators is a gentleman from Palm Beach coun-
ty, and his reputation is excellent, and he
obviously is no political hack being repaid
for services to a federal senator. The choice
was good.
A Glaring Fact
Yet in the future, studying all the ingre-
dients in this matter, it surely is to be hoped
that the two Florida Senators will recognize
the growth of the Jewish population down
South, and the blooming of legal scholars
among the Jews, and the fact that no Jew
has been appointed to the federal judiciary
down in the deep South. Appoint a man be-
cause he is Jewish? Nonsense and crazy talk.
But the fact sits there, glaring, that in our
community are citizens, who are Jews and
men of extraordinary skill and integrity in the
old profession of law.
.WAMI NEWS WodncsSav. Feb. 20, 1943.
RSSSPnVritMCIKSnH
Picking A Judge I
The Wrong Way|
TIFF: FEDERAL benr-h In South Flori-
da has t'wi short one Judge for 20 months.
At last we have nomine*, Attorney
Charles R. Fulton of West Palm Beach,
whose professional credentials apparently
qualify him.
Mr. Fulton's appointment will now be
made and confirmed routinely. We wish
him every success.
However, we can't say much In mitiga-
tion of the process which led up to the
su'ld^n wtoctlon of a compromise choice.
When any federal court vacancy opens
up. the Just ire Department does the scout-
ing and checking of possible appointees.
The senators of the state with the vacancy
are heard from, naturally. It's a courtesy,
and it can be more, depending on how the
senators feel about the pertinence of pa-
tronage tojudicial qualifications.
Sens. Holland and Smathers went much
further than the usual acceptable limits
by using religious affiliation as a measure
of the South Florida judicial appointment:
that the appointee should be a Jew. The
sena tors exercised a reverse type of preju-
MOS which dof-s no credit to anyone.
The national Ideal, toward which we
have made splendid strides lately, rules
out racial extraction and religious pref-
erence as conditions for full citizenship
and public office-holding. These private
matters shouldn't help or hinder an Indi-
vidual, nor those with whom he compete*
In public affairs.
The Ideal has been abused here, and It
has hurt
MIIAMI HERALD-Tnesdoy, Feb 19 1963.
During the Week
By LEO MINDUN
Continued from Pevje 4-A
ing daily's editorial on the sub-
ject last week was a sanctimon-
ious bit of journalism that super-
ficially takes the right course,
but in its essential framework
adds to the insult. Having indi-
cated its exclusive tap on the
source of the information, the
paper never once during the in-
tervening 20 months editorialized
on the subject until after the fact:
while, in a repeat non-news"
variety of feature Monday by its
Washington correspondent, the
paper suggested a grim and bit-
ter future for all concerned.
In sum, the morning daily
seemingly deplores the grizzly-
facts of the story. The morning
daily editorializes, however late,
on the shameful politics of the
principals involved. But the morn-
ing daily, forgetting the sanctity
of its editorial position, reluc-
tantly refuses to write "finis" to
a "newsworthy" thing. As for
me, attuned to the best in patron-
age, I now expect a sudden rise
in possibility for a Jewish U.S.
Attorney.
UN Conclave Told Israel Begins
Producing Solar Energy Units
Continued from Page 1-A
ly on energy supplied from solar
radiation ponds.
lie reported that "several thous-
and" i)l the solar water heating
units were being Bold and installed
each year in Israel and that the
units were being exported for sale
in Mod terrancan and African coun-
tries. "The owner of such a solar
device has an abundant supply ol
hot water lor his home through
out the day and because the
water tanks are well insulated
even at night," he told the confer-
ence.
He also revealed another in-
vention, a five horsepower solar
energy generator, said to be the
first of its kind which "can sup-
pi" electricity at a cost of five
U.S. cents per kilowatt hour
in a sunny climate. It yields
enough power to run a variety
of small pjiiK. and mills and t:
upply light. It is visualized si
beirt>j particuUi ly useful in re
mote v.l .vcs far from a centra
e ectric network."
He said I al ol all fie expi
ments Israel was conducting,
most fascinal in if the solar *
be< an c of liu v;i-t possibility
of the sj stem II" mi id th 'se po<
sibilities included the developi i
ol a large central power station i i
a major city, although, he adde
mail> challenging problems hat
jet in he solved before this
becomes a reality." other pr
jects being studied at the n< w la i
iraiory were listed a~ solar ovens
solar refrigerators, solar distilla-
tion plants and other devices. He
explained that data gathered i;ic-
cated that Mich devices were o
pens ve to build "bul cheaper
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vJenist ffaridiain
Friday. March 1. 1963
ZOA National Leaders Will Attend
Israel Bond Inaugural Breakfast Friday
Two leading members of the Mercantile Division Jewelry
Group. Morris Rabinowitz irighti. of the Miami Diamond Center,
and Herman Rubin, of Maynard-Page Inc., have again accept-
ed the chairmanship of the division on behalf of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Announcement of their acceptance was
made by Alfred H. Daniels, co-chairman of the Mercantile
Division.
Motion to Abolish Arab
Military Rule is Defeated
Continued from Page 1-A
that as long as tnere were no indi-
The foremost national leaders
oi the Zionist Organization ot
America, which has had a pivota:
role m the Israel Bond drive since
:t. ireeption. will plan their par-
ticipation in the 1963 campaign at
a breakfast meeting Friday mor #
in- in conjunction with the Israel
Bond inaugural conference meet-
ins here this weekend. The break-
fast will take place at 9:15 am.
in the Club Gigi of the Kontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Dr. Max Nussbaum. of Holly-
wood. Cal. national president of
the ZOA. is coming to Miami to
address the session, at which the
organization will discuss its pro
gram to aid the sale of S75.0O0.0O0
in Israel Bonds during the cur-
lent year for Israel's economic
development. Chairman of the
meeting will be Mortimer May.
of Nashville and Miami Beach,
former national president of the
ZOA.
Leaders of the Israel Bond
Organization who will address
the breakfast session include
Samuel Rothberg, national cam-
paign chairman, who is national
chairman of the inaugural con-
ference, and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president.
Other outstanding participants
in the program will include Max
Bressler. of Chicago, former na-
The entertainment program will
feature Sam Levenson, celebrat-
ed humorist: Shmuel Ashki
Israeli violin virtuoso vim won
Second Prize in the International
Tschaikowsky Competition in Mos-
cow la-t year; and Netania Dav-
rath, outstanding Israeli -
The conference will mark the
launching of the campaign to sell
S75.000.000 in Israel Bonds d
1963 and will signalize the
I ,he -Year ot Redemption
during which the first Israel Bonds
will be repaid with interest on
the baMs of 150 percent ol their
issue price
r
DR. MAX NUSSBAUM
excitement over the vote were the *' of a rapprochment between ^^re^ent TtV ZOa! and
Arabs in the affected areas. Yil- Nrael and the Arab countries. national chairman for Guardian*
lagers were reported working as
us^al while students were demon-
strating in Jerusalem. The Arab
villagers were quiet. A number of
Mapam and Communist members
tried to induce the Arabs to demon-
strate prior to the Knesset vote
but they were generally unsuccess-
ful. It was an uneventful clay for
the police patrols in the Arab sec-
tions.
The Prime Minister told the I
Knesset that Israel Arabs, who I
were "constantly exposed to the i
incitement from bordering states." j
were in need of military rule for
their own security as well as that
of Israel. He said that while most .
of the 250.000 Israeli Arabs Mos-
lem and Christian "strive to be
loyal citizens." it was also true
that there were elements who "are
avowed enemies"' of Israel. He
cited examples of anti-Israel propa-
ganda disseminated in many Arab
schools.
Ha added that residents of the
military-governed areas were
permitted to move freely in all
parts of Israel and that only
some 2,000 "whose machinations
are known to the administration"
were restricted to temporary
moving permits. He rejected
charges of undue hardships for
the Arab minority, insisting that
the situation of that minority dif-
fered from others in other coun-
tries.
The Prime Minister called the
existing situation "unparalleled."
because Israeli Arabs spoke the
same language, were related to
and felt close to the Arabs of the
neighboring states. He stressed
Beach Chamber
Reelects Rusk
Parks Rusk, editor and general
manager of the Miami Beach Sun.
was unanimously reelected presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce for 1963-64 by
members of the Board of Gov-
ernors last week.
Other officers named were Shep-
ard Broad, first vice president; C
L. Clements. Jr., second vie* pres-
ident; Samuel L. Seltzer, treasur-
er.
Appointed to one year terms on
the Board of Governors were Fred
R. Baisden. A. Louis Brown. Jr.."
CarlT. Hoffman. Gerald E Keller.!
A. D. Smith, and Adrian Thai.
In final action of the meeting.
Leonard A. "Doc" Baker was re-
appointed to serve as general-man-
ager of the Chamber and secre-
tary to the Board of Governors.
whose populations iota'led 90 mil- 0{ the Israel Bond drive; Rabbi
lion persons, "there will be need I. Usher Kirshblum, of New York.
for precautions along the sensitive : national Israel Bond chairman of
border areas.'" However, he add-
ed, that relaxations will be made
"as they were in the past" inso-
far as conditions permitted.
Two of the four Arab deputies
affiliated with Mapai voted against
the ZOA: and Dr. Morton J. Rob-
bins, of Nashua. N.H., associate
chairman of the ZOA National
Executive Council.
ZOA leaders from the Greater
Miami area who will participate
include Louis Rudnick. nationa
abolition of military rule, one ab- ZOA vice president, and Jack S
Popick. chairman of the host com-
mittee for the Israel Bond confer
ence.
stained and one voted for it.
In the debate for the resolu-
tion, Menachem Beigin, Herut
leader, cited the "stigma" of the
emergency regulations, on which
the military government was
based, because they were of Brit-
ish origin. He ar.-jued that se-
curity could be maintained with-
out this "hatred hangover"
which he called "demoralizing
and redundant."
Moshe Carmel of Achdut Avoda.
speaking as a former army com-
mander, said both he and former
Brig. Yigal Allon. now Labor Min-
ister, considered military rule re-
dundant and that security could be
expected by measures other than
bv "non-democratic'' rule.
The climax of the Israel Bond
inaugural conference will be a
celebration of Israel's 15th anni-
versary on Saturday evening, at
the Fentainebleau. Trygve Lie, '
first Secretary-General of the
United Nations, will be guest of
honor, and principal speakers
will include Sen. Hubert H. Hum-
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">. Jk*v##> flnrrnfs*r>
The Role Of
DeGeulie Today
By MAX LERNER

Page 9-A
New Yorkers Seek Fair Sabbath Law
i
On each sids of t!ie Atlantic a mar. gave reassurances to his people
iheir government had nol bertayed them, in Bonn. Chancelloi
ore by all the national Tuetonic gods, as well as the
i bristian ones, thai German) continues to rely on its Amer-
alliance and to honor its NATO commitments, including the ac-
. ol a common NATO nuclear force. In Washington,, at the
ncc ol President Kennedy, CIA Director John McCone swore by
. American and nuclear gods that there has been no offensive
tarj tinilcl-up by the Russians in Cuba since the historic exodus
n ; silt .- last Fall.
fact that both reassurances came on the same day is more
;han a coincidence. The fact that they both came so soon after the
DcGaulle coup in the Common Market is a clue to their connection.
, [He's action had (ar-reaching consequences which the world will
, assessing for months to come. It put Germany in the role of a
minor partner to the major European ambitions of the French, and
A pul the movement for European unity in the shadow of DeGatlUe's
peculiar Grand Design of his own. Hence the German malaise about
icr's complicity in DeGaulle's action.

Part of that malaise is nationalist, nor is it surprising that a coup
i b) French nationalism should stir up its German counter-
Bul the more dramatic event has been the demonstrations of
student groupsnot the old demonsrations for the Vaterland.
ones with pro-British, pro-American, and pro European over-
i 1 am -ure that there are British. Italian, and even French stu-
njps who are also moving beyond their nationalism to a con-
tess of Europe.
nauer now says that in making his French alliance he has not
mo\i i away from America. England. \ato or Europe. To balance
a Fn rich alliance with an American and a NATO alliance, when France
!> both anti-American and anti-Nato, is quite a balancing feat for
\ ier He is neither young enough or agile enough to perform it.
Along with whatever duplicity he may be guilty of the fact is that
he i- himself deeply split. He knows that his French alliance may
give him a share of nuclear power, but certainly gives him a more
liable position against Kennedy whom he has never trusted
nor liked. He also knows that without America his position in Berlin
is untenable, and without a unilied Europe the continuing danger from
Communism is greater. Hence his balancing act.

Where does the McCone statement fit into this frame? To under-
sland it. remember that there are not two Grand Designs for Europe
aiul the world, but three. One may be called the Monnet-Kennedy
design, for a unified Greater Europe, and for an interdependent Europe
and America loosely joined in an Atlantic Partnership. The second is
fehc counter-Grand Design of DeGaulle, which has had such a stormy
'dramatic opening on the joint stage of Paris-Brussels-Bonna design
fur a closed Little Europe independent of America and of NATO. The
third is Khrushchev's Grand Design, which reaches back to Stalin
enin, and is not only older and more continuous than the other
two but has behind it all the Communist parties of the worldexcept'
for those in the sphere of Mao-Tse-Tung, who has a (fourth) Grand
Des : of Ins own.
Si en from this angle the real victor of DeGaulle's coup is not
ich DeGaulle himself as Khrushchev. What DeGaulle has achiev-
ing mighty wrestling with Kennedy's Grand Design is little better
than .i stalemate which Kennedy will recognize and accept if he has i
isdom. The fact that he had to use his veto shows that DeGaulle
' impose his whole vision upon the other five members of the
on Market Six. But it is also true that DeGaulle has presented
Ki lied) with a situation he cannot change without an anti-DeGaulle
ive which would destroy the Common Market itself, and with
v hopes for the Monnet Kennedy Grand Design, This stalemate
ly to continue until both Adenauer and DeGaulle retire from
leadership, and a new commanding elite appears in both Bonn and
It l- this deadlock which gives Khrushchev the chance for man-
euver which he has not had since his Cuban debacle.

Consider the situation from Khrushchev's angle. When he had to
I retreat in his Cuban showdown with Kennedy he was at the low
point of his world prestige and power. Now DeGaulle has enabled
him to recoup some of what he lost. Immediately after the Cuban
crisis Khrushchev busied himself with consolidating his power in
Eastern Europe, including Yugoslavia, and used the controversy with
China as a way of unifying both his eatellites in Europe and his own
J-J''uple inside Russia.
Continued from Page 1-A
from legislative leaders and
from Gov. Rockefeller himself
to believe that a 'Fair Sabbath'
bill will become law this year.
"The interest and encourage-
ment of the Governor and many
legislative leaders," he said, has
strengthened our belief that the
law will be changed, to correct
the grave injustice and serious
discrimination which those who
observe a day other than Sunday
j now suffer under the laws of New
York State."
Gen. Evans Will
Head UF Drive
Gen. E. A. Evans, who served
a< City Manager of Miami for sev-[
en years, has been named cam-
paign chairman for the 1963 fall
I campaign by the United Fund of
: Dade County.
The announcement was made by
William C. Lantaff, chairman of
"It is small merchants who have
been the major targets of police
enforcement of Sunday laws.
More than 20,000 summonses for
Sunday law violations were given
out iii New York City in 1961
almost all "t them to small mer-
chants," Mr. Squadron said, lie
noted that there were at least a
dozen states that exempt Sabbath
observers from Sunday law re-
strictions against the sale of goods,
Illinois State Sen. Michael F.
Zlatnik warned in Chicago this
week that members of the State
Legislature would attempt to re-
word and amend the state's Sun-
day Closing Law to eliminate
the technicality upon which it
was declared unconstitutional.
The State Supreme Court struck
GEN. I. A. MANS
the board, on behalf of United
Fund's Executive Committee.
"We are fortunate that Gan.
Evans has accepted this posi-
tion, and we are looking forward
to an even greater United Fund
campaign in 1963," Lantaff said.
Gen. Evans, who lives at 13291
Old Cutler Rd., is managing di-
rector of the Oil Users Assn. He
served as Division "B" chairman
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rkHan
Friday, March 1. 196C
Israel Bond Inaugural This Weekend
Continued from Page 1-A
eral ol the United Nations, who
played .1 historic role in il' estab
ishtnenl <>t Israel, iil be guest
ol honor ;it the celebration, Other
principal speakers will be Sen
Hubert 11 Humphrey, Assistant
Majority Leader ol the U.S. Son
.Hi', and Lord Edwin Herbert Sam
iiel, leading British and Israeli ex
pert >'n public administration,
whose father w;is Britain's first
High Commissioner tor Palestine
Samuel Rothberg, national cam
paign chairman, is national chair-
man ol the inaugural conference
Discussing plans for an intensi
fled Israel Bond of fort during the
coming year will be Abraham
Feinberg, president of the Israel
Bond Organisation; Ira Guilden,
national chairman; and Dr Jos
eph J. Sehwarti, vice president.
Sam Levenson, celebrated
humorist and commentator on
human affairs, will be star of the
entertainment program at the
ISth anniversary celebration.
Thi* part of me projram will
alto include 5hmuel Ashkenasi,
brilliant young Israeli violinist
who won Second Prixe at the In-
ternational Tchaikowsky Com-
petition in Moscow last year, and
Netania Davrath, outstanding
Israeli soprano.
Mrs Arthur .1 Goldberg, wife
.'i the is Supreme Court Jus-
tice, ill be special guesl al ;i
luncheon of the National Women's
Division ol the Israel Kor.d drive
Friday .11 the Fontainebleau. Mrs
Jan Peerce, chairman oi the Na-
tional Women's Oi vision, will pre
side at the luncheon, which will
inaugurate the i%;i campaign ol
the division, and will feature the
premiere ol the Israel-Internation
;.! Fashion Show
In lus message, Prime Minister
Ben Gurion called upon the dele-
gates attending the conference to
join offorts for Israel's economic
consolidation, and to "remember
iho challenges yet unmet and the
hundreds of thousands of Immi-
grant! >ot to come."
Hailing the fact that the first
Israel Bonds will bo redeemed
during !!*>:<. Mr Ben-Gurion said:
Beth Shirah Gets Nat'l. Affiliation
Dr, lr.i Bisenstein, director of
the National Keconstructionist
Kellowship ol Congregations, pre-
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its official charter of affiliation
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Over 100 families arc row mem-
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., dynamic role in making our re-
markable economic growth poss-
ible and in strengthening the ties
between us. Their effeel i* vis-
ible in evcrj corner ol Israel."
"Faith and determination
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path," the Prime Minister add-
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we must share Ihe work with our
partners and brethren abroad."
He cited a passage from the
Book of Nehenvah: "The work is
great and widely spread -
wherever you hear the sound of
the trumpet, rally to us."
The historic importance of the
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financing in all our advances to-
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He said: "In appraising the dii-
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must become a settled and pro-
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sufficiency is to be attained, we
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ot the Israel Bond drive "from
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a vital facet in the economic de-
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the determination of the people
of Israel to live up to their obli-
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that those who from the outset
and through the veers placed their
faith in the people ot Israel were
ri^ht." She added:
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resorts of our joint efforts to date
and confidently look forward to
Jack S. Popick, chairman of the Miami Host Committee for
the 1963 inaugural conference of Israel Bonds, joins J-^iith
Mazor, "Miss Israel," in kindlinq candles in tribute to the ;5th
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will be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Saturdcy eve-_r.g.
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JCongress National Executive Director
o Speak on Regent Case Friday Night
I .. national executive
| i ol the American Jewish
I ... will be guest speaker
1 Beth rorah Congregation on
fadaj evening.
1 | the country s out*tand-
1 thorities on the use of law
[ the protection of civil rights,,
Li an expert who has testitied'
[, more than 20 occasions before
tngressional committees, Maslow
10 spoke before Miami members
,,-:-- on Wednesday even-
Eg at the McAllister Hotel, dis-:
ussiag "Radical RightThreat
Democracy."
At Beth Torah on Friday even-
hp be will talk about "Implies-1
|oil of the Regents Prayer Case." .
As a specialist in the legisla- \
|tive process, Maslow has helped j
Draft many of the bills which are
new law and has been a frequent
contributor to the law review
publications of leading American
university law schools.
He is a member of the College
of the City of New York and the
political science faculties of the
New School for Social Research.
He teaches courses on civil rights
and civil liberties
Maslow originally joined the
American Jewish Congre-s in 1945
as its first general counsel and
director of its Commission on Law
and Social Action. He is also a
member of the executive commit-
tee of the World Jewish Congress,
and has participated in its inter-
national meetings.
Maslow'a background Includes
stint as a New York Times report-
Purim holiday Trip
Beth
scry Si-
Purim
Airline
of "Pi i im Hie
The musii
Torah Kmdergarten-Nur < hool ntudents will cejebrate member, i- scheduled foi Tl
with a trip on the Megiffah day, Mar. 7. 10:30 a.m., In the
Special for a grand tour ial hall.
mnual Brotherhood Dinner Draws 500;
.wards Go to Top Community Leaders
WILL MASLOW
er. the practice of law with Ar-
thur Garfield Hays, acting as
counsel for the New York City De-
partment of Investigation during
the LaGuardia administration. He
served as trial attorney and hear-
ing commissioner for the Nation-
al Labor Relations Board, and as
director of Operations on Presi-
dent Roosevelt's committee on
Fair Employment Practices.
HIGH
OVER
It irelt, son of the 32nd
; the United States,
ker at the 11th annual
itherh.....I Dinner given by the
Eerence ol Christians
Monday at the Fon-
linebleau Hotel
ressman Dante B. Fascell
general chairman of the din-
feoy Harbor Will
)rive for CJA
tinmen at the Balmoral Hotel
-. Hal Harbour this Sunday, 10
n -iKHisored by the Bay Har-
oi Residents Committee, of
rh ri, Jerome Lelchuk is chair-
nan, will launch the participation
I -u Bay Harbor residents in the
ST Anniversary campaign of
uj- Combined Jewish Appeal.
".- v: i : Broad, member of the
lion Hoard of Governors!
Mayor 'it Bay Harbour Is-,
will be guest speaker at
k brut
ing on the committee for the
I irbor 1963 Combined Jewish,
Api-eal are Ellis L. Amdur. Mrs.
Ellis I. Vmdur, Norman Arkin.
M Berlin, Louis Bresler.
iamuel Botway, Morns Broad.
Ihepard Broad, Joseph Y. Cohen,
Cole, Ed L. Denison. Max
tin sman, Dan Elkind, Jack
ain< Goldie Goldstein, Sol Gold-
lain .Mark L. Harris, George Is-
Alas Mori is Kleinman, Tom
Bnvitz, Lynn Krinzman, Robert
(rinaman. Moe Lazarus, Stanley j
evinson, Stanley Levitch, Martini
Lodge. Jacob Rabinowitz, Mil-j
Jon kichter, Alex Robinson, Leon-
rd Rosen, Morris Rossein, Dan
uskm, Llo\d L. Ruskin, Ann
hick, Shan Silverman, Lawrence i
Overman, George L. Sogg, Saul
itraciunan. Stanley Tate, and
'ose Wins'ii
ner, which attracted over 300 Flor-
idians in the annual observance of
Brotherhood Week.
Roosevelt, a new resident of
Miami Beach, lives at 2424 No.
Bay Rd. William C. Gaither
and Harold A. Landfield were
vice chairmen of the affair.
Presentation of annual Brother
'mod Awards was the feature of
the occasion. Annual Silver Med-
alion honors were conferred on;
William B. MacDonald. Jr.. D. Lee
Powell, and Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub.
MacDonald was responsible two
years ago for the lifting of re-
strictive covenants against Jewish
residents in Bal Harbour. Powell
is widely known for, having spon-
sored Florida law prohibiting
the wearing of KKK Hoods and
masks, as well as cross-burning.
Mrs. Weintraub is a noted Dade
Count} clubwoman, whose civic
endeavor has long kept her in the
spotlight of community affairs.
Named to receive certificate- of
recognition in the youth group
were Kathryn Lewis. Coral Gables
High; Sandra Olivero. Hialeah
High; Donald Tutt. Miami Edison.
Higheat youth award, the Bronze
Medallion, was given to Peter M.
Cogen. Miami Beach Senior High;
Richard Garcia, Miami Senior
High; and Rose D. Moorman,
Booker T. Washington High School.
Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, presi-
dent of NCCJ's National Honor
Corps, presented the medallions,
assisting Sen. Harry P. Cain,
chairman of the 19*3 Awards
Committee.
This year the annual dinner
closed the statewide observance of
Brotherhood Week. Programs
have been held in civic clubs,
schools and colleges, churches and
synagogues throughout the state.
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Friday. March 1. l%f
Broword Temples Planning Jewish Music Festival
Board of Rabbis of Br
County **> Pes nt h"" *
tival al ri !' th Sholei
, la; < vemng.
6

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Samuel

Parti will be

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Rabbi Schitt to Talk
On Wednesday. Rabbi S
if. spiritual leader ol i
I Beth El, will be guesl
speaker ;*i the Dade Business
Professional Woman's Organita
tion in the MacAllister Hotel. He
v iil talk on "A Personal Analysis
of South American Problems "
lack 1
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Planning the Music Festival at Temple Beth Sholem, Holly-
wood, are (left to right) Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. spiritual
leader of Beth Sholem; Rabbi Richard Leviton. Temple Emanu-
El, Ft. Lauderdale; Rabbi David Shapiro. Temple Sinai of
Hollywood, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.;
and Cantor Ernest Steiner, of Beth Sholem.
y
Winning Essays Set for Reading
Winning essays in the annual cs-ist. and Dickens Ave.
KM contest we're to be read, f ol j Program was also to include the
lowing a short business meeting j awarding ol prizes, annual dis-
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-1 play of art work and demonstra-
tion this Thursdav evening in the tion ol the Hebrew Vocabulary
. uditorium of the North Branch Bee involving 90 students repre-
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at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating.
Friamll and relative* are lced 10
join with the family in the memorial
services and to attend a memorial
luncheon to be held immediately fol-
lowing the ceremonies at the home
of her husband, Ben Gittleman, Ter-
race Towers Apartments, 3 Island
Avenue (Corner Venetian Causeway),
Apartment 11-D, Miami Beach.
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SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1963
Ml. Sinai Cemetery
MARY ERSOFF, 10 a.m.
Rjbbi Motion Malut*'
MAX RUDER, 2 p.m.
Rdbbi Solomon Schi/J
GUSSIE STRUT, 2:1 S p.m.
Rabbi Max ShoMro
Ml. Nebo Cemetery
GERTRUDE GITTLEMAN, 11:30 a.m.
Rjbbi Irving Lehrman
NEIL ALAN HARRIS, 11:45 a.m.
Rjbbi Irving Lrlirinan
tSIDOR ARONOVITZ, 1 p.m.
Rdbtri Morns \V I
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1963
Alt. Nebo Cemetery
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Friday. March V. 1963
*Jewisti fhridfibun
Page 13-A
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Puke Aboth. Chap. II, 2
fybban Gamaliel, the son of ?
L|,i,i judah the Prince, said. An ]
XCi\)e"i thing, is the study of the
'orah combined with some worldly
teupation. for the labor demanded
m them both makes sin to be for- -
i'otten. All study of the Torah -
rithout work,, must in the end be
idle and become the cause of sin. .
I, .. who are employed with the j
oneregdtion act with them for I
heavens sake, for then the merit
>/ their fathers sustains them, and
keif ic'i'ei'usness endures forever.
A..-.J j> for you, (God U'dl then
us). I account you*worthy of great
: at 1/ you had wrought it
ill yi .. w h 11.
*
Pirke Aboth, Chap. I, lS
Rjhhj ; (-iamaliel said. Provide
t teacher, be quit of doubt,
and accustom not thyself to give
tithe* b> a conjectural estimate. j;
3n icxmt s
r^cligious ^L^ife
.....
M
A MOW LJ^tir
Southwest Jewish Center
The Southwest Jewish Center,
fc,.- SW sth St.. West Miami, be-
Bme a duly organized non-profit
irporation August 22, 1956.
The first spiritual leader was
tabbi Abraham Levitan. and the
>ident was .Morris Harris.
or the beginning years. High
ftolida> services were held at the
iasonic Temple on SW 67th Ave.,
ue to insufficient space at the
'enter in its converted 25 by 50 It.
loreroom.
Rabbi .Maurice Klein is the sec-
id and present spiritual leader,
aving commenced his service
August, 1958. He personally in-
tructs the Hebrew School and Bar
iiitzvah students.
The (enter purchased its pres-
nt site in October, 1958, and the
pun ot West Miami was most
tisiderate in granting a variance,
bus enabling construction, which
as started in June, 1959. Great
ride is taken in the fact that the
ddition was completed practical-
y entirely with donations in fi-
ances, labor and materials. The
enter is grateful- to Mrs. Sarah
ive Czech, who donated thous-
nds of dollars, thereby facil'tat-
ig completion. A marble plaque
ppear.- oa the building in her
onor.
Business affairs arc managed
>' a board of directors, with the
riembership voting on specified
najor issues. Past presidents are
lorris Harris. Nathan Lurie.
touis Goldin, deceased, Albert
'len, Milton Miller and Murray
Paraga. The present officers are
hllon Miller, president; Jerome
imms and Ben Kubcnstein, vice
residents; Harold Rosenfeld.
easurer; Jack Grusby, Rose Lieb
Bd Eleanor Blen, secretaries.
Though the Center has a com-
aratively small membership, it
everiheless offers full religious,
dttcational and social benefits as
elsewhere.
The Lord is a Shield For
Pious Men of Every Status
By RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
Southwest Jewish Center
The Bible is unique in that
one word may carry both a vital
philosophical idea and a practical
message of great importance.
The Torah reading for this
Sabbath deals with the construc-
tion of Israel's first synagogue.
The main condition exacts that
the synagogue be built out of the
contributions of each Israelite. In
Ex. 25, God gives Moses his in-
structions: "Speak unto the chil-
dren of Israel that they take for
me a Teramah,' an offering; of
every man whose heart maketh
him willing ye shall take my
'Terumah'." The expression "Te-
rumah" means more than just an
offer of a contribution. For that
s
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Information to be included in the Religious Services column
most be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as prooT of
their lateness.
RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
. our Glory
purpose the word "N'dovo" would have sufficed. Terumah means
elevation or lifting up; if one gives to a worthy cause, he receives more
than he gives.
In our age, with this same aim of lilting our spirit, we spend much
mono for psychiatric treatment. Yet the Psalmist, in Chap. 3, says
eloquently. But Thou O Lord art a shield about me, my Glory and
the lifter up of my head.'' Here we have the compensation for our
faithfulness to the House of God. The Lord becomes a shield about
us, our Glory, and the most precious reward, the lifter up of our
heads. Significantly, this is not a privilege of only the wealthy. "Kol
n'div lev'"of every man whose heart maketh him willing ye shall
lake an offering."
As a wise man once said, it is more likely to enrich than to be rich,
and a deed well done pleases the heart and elevates the spirit. Oh,
that we would remember the lesson of "Terumah."
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 6 p.m. Ones Khabbat forum on
*.\i- Our Synagogues K ,-i .i as a
Sanctuary?" Saturday 8:30 a.m. Har-
mon: "The Charitable Feeling's A
True Foundation "f Judaism." 4:30
p.m. Yiddish lecture: "Building a
Sanctuary in the Wilderness."

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Pulpit guest, Rab-
bi .Tlh-n KuK'hik whose topic will liu
"I'd. Wisdom to Know the Differ-
ence." Saturday !< a.m. Bar Mits-
vah: Allan, son of sir. and Mrs,
Leonard IK-rman.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 8:30 am.
Sermon: "Build a Sanctuary to God."
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BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
Friday 8'15 p.m. Students in the 2nd
made "l Hebrew School will conduct
services under direction of Mrs,
Irene Cohen. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
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BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
Friday <:\'> p.m. Saturday :' a.m.
s. i in..ii. "Building a Now Sanc-
tuary,
------ e ------
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
e -----
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Frlda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Co-Bxlsl
enoeIn it Possible?" Saturday 8:15
a.m. Sermon: "You are Respon-
sible." Bar Mitivah; Steven, son of
Mr .mil Mrs. Mark Wexler. a p.m.
Sermon: "Do We Tithe?"
----. ----
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
Friday 5:43 p.m. Saturday '. a.m. Dally
| .i.m.
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
I. id.iv 7::'. Uod Doing Now?" Students of the Re-
ligious and Hebrew Schools will par-
ticipate in a program. Saturday 11:15 _
h.iu. liar Mitsvah: Hart, son of Mr.
and Mrs .lack Block; Chad, son of
Mr. and Mrs. s'imnund Roaen,
HOLLY.
Reform
he Jew-
Cnion."
Suniland
Recon-
s Skop.
'Recetv-
;iy 10:30
il JodK-
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jafle.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "T
isli Situation in the Soviet
Saturday 11 a.m.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH.
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy.
structionist. Rabbi Morr
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon:
in-.; our Charter." Saturd
a.m. Sermon: "Laws an
liu Ills."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Steiner.
e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser.
l-i id.i\ 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tho
u:,.....h Annh i -.ii v of the Return of
the Jews to .India from Babylon
Saturday 10:46 a.m. Bar Mitsvah
Jon, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Hurry
Leslie.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
PYldaj 8:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Tho Key
ti Happiness." Oneg Shabbat host.
March Circle of Slsterh.....I. Saturday
B:30 a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
I Friday 8:16 ii in Sermon: "Which
is Strongerl/lfe or Death?"
A1IIT0N MlttfR
Southwesf Center President
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
;Why doe* the Grace recited after
meals include a blessing for
the host?
The rabbis claim that when the
; Bible commanded us to eat. satisfy
ourselves and Bless the Almighty
| God, reference was also implied to
make it an obligation to bless the
; mortal host as well as the heaven-
ly host. This was so because the
mortal host is actually an "image"
I of the heavenly host above. Our
! respect and thanks for and to man
i is thus a symbol of our reverence
,and gratitude to the heavenly
Creator who made man.

Whet is the "Shmoneh Esreh?"
The expression "Shmoneh Esreh"
means "eighteen." The main body
of Jewish prayer recited on week-
days is referred to by this title be-
cause there were originally eigh-
teen benedictions in this prayer
tequence. One was added later.
Still the eighteen prayers are sig-
! nificant because they were the orig-
inal ones.
:, t
Is there any significance to the fact
that there were originally 18
benedictions in the main body
of prayer?
The number eighteen in this re-
spect is said to have many indica-
tions. Some contend that there
were eighteen benedictions because
he name of the Almighty is men-
tioned eighteen times in the twenty-
ninth Psalm where the majesty of
the Almighty is proclaimed. Also
eighteen times is the name of the
Almighty mentioned in the "Kriath
Shema" the proclamation of the
faith which comes before the eigh-
teen benedictions in both the morn-
ing and evening prayer services.
Some consider the eighteen bene-
Jictions as representing the eigh-
teen vertebrae of the spinal col-
umn, indicating that they are the
oackbone of Jewish prayer.
Others say that the eighteen
benedictions stand for the eighteen
times the three patriarchs are men-
tioned together in the Scriptures
because our prayers were firsl in-
stituted by the Patriarchs. Somi
contend that the eighteen i
tions ii i'ii-em the eighteen limes
i Thi page is prepared in
cooperation with the Spiritual
Leaders of the Greater Miami
I Rabbinical Assn.
RABBI MAX A. L1PSC1I1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP
Gems of Wisdom
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GEMS OF WISDOM
The world t> hl(r a pump-wheel. I
through which the full is emptied
and the empty filled. N AH MAN.

When your fortune ascends, all I
j become your friends.j. hurwitz.

Shine not vnur power in timf of I
i might, vmi l;uu' how fortune is
' given in /light. ibn r.ABiROL.

Good fortune remrmbrr :i'>
fickle; misfortune remember it'll I
pass. IBN GABIROL.

The world is I'ke ladder; one
: goes up. another goes down.
IMM IN! I

\\'/uii (loci is with vmi. each .
. tree will bear you fruit.
Ml IKAI 1 V \YI\t.
: *
There'i a wheel of fortune re-
l-olt-ing in the unrld. SABBATH
*
1/ yon rim a/i<-r fortune, you
may be running away from content*
meul. I AZI kuv.
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in Scripture that the Almighty is
said to have "shown himself."
Since in prayer man comes face to
face with the Almighty, it is as if
He appears to him at that time.
Eighteen, of course, is also the'
numerical equivalent of the lie
brew letters that go Into making
up the word "life" (Chai) in He-
brew, our prayers are, of course,
one oi the basic functions oi liw.
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. ;
Friday 6:05 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. |
Sermon: "Material <>i Spiritual Build-
ups." t:..ii p.m. Berraon: "Biblical
Portion of the- Weak."
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen
MUM,
Firdiiy :::'." niul ''' p.m. I a., in i
director, American Jewish Congress, j
Will ataslow of New York, will speak
on "Implication of the Regents' pray-
er Decision." Saturday SMS a.m. Bar
Mitsvah: Michael, son of Mrs. Flor-
ence Qlnesln.
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8756 SW 16th st.; Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Oershon Levin.
Friday 7:80 p.m. Children's Service.
S. rmon: "Solomon's Peace Corps."
ii.u Mitsvah: Marilyn, daughter oi
Oeorge Ureene. Saturdaj 8:43 a.m..
SO p.m.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday *:l."i p.m. Sermon: "The Pil-
grimage mI Prayer." March Circle of
sisterhood will host Oneg Shabbat.
Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Por
tion of the Week."
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Dnvirf Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Thursday morning Bar Mltavah:
Oeoffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Brass. KYIdav 8:15 p.m. fcSer"**on:
"Portion of the Week." Oneg Shab-
bat host: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gold-
berg in honor of their ZSth wedding
anniversary. Saturday 8 a.m.
------ e------'
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi j
Richard M. Leviton.
Prlda) 8 15 p.m, Sermon: "The
Oreal American Jewish Novel." Oneg |
sh.ilii'.it Host: Council of Jewish I
Women of Ft. Uiuderdale.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 26th
ter- Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Frlda) B:4B and 8:1S p.m. Sermon: |
"The Threats to Jewish Survival."
Saturday s:l a.m. Bar Mitsvah: |
Martin and Steven, twin sons of Mr.
mill Mis Louis X'.ilin.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 5:80 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Fermon: "The Building of the First
House of Worship."
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mod-
ern Traditional.
Dally 8 a.m. Saturday '.* a.m.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th :
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Syna-
gogue and you." Baturdaj 8 a.m.
Bar Mitsvah: Martin PerUn.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
,\ :r. o.in. Spi ii ennsocrn-
lion service t in,in..ii. l.~ donated bj T< inpli mem-
Saturday 8 a.m. Bar m i i
\. :ii. nun of Mr. and Mrs I1
Lubi
TFMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kenrt.ill
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Krldav 8:ir, p.m. In honor of Jew-
ish MuaiC Month. lUibbi l'fslet will
peak on "Jewish Music," and Can-
tor Brown win present a "Sermon*
ln-.\lusic."
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "In the
Image of flod." Saturday :i a.m.
Sermon: 'Tho Portion uf the Law.
Bar Mitsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Chodorow.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
T.ituni Waterway. Modern Trsdi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Fililav s:ir. p.m. Sermon: "The-T-ntii
Man Revisited." Saturday S:ir> a.m.
liar Mitsvah: Richard and Itonn,
soi of Mrs. Charlotte M. Bllverateln
mill Hob. it s. Bllverateln.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy.
Friday >::'" p.m. Sermon: "Charity
and our Modern Economy." Satur-
day ii a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Martin,
son of Mr. .mil Mrs. Murray Bergen
---- -^~
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Klein.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
D'ckson.
ividav 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "A Huiid-
Ina for God." Saturday 8:45 a.m..
Si rmon: "The M. norah Bar Mits-
vah: Zadlck, son of Mr. and sirs.
Harold Shapiro.
------e '------
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Friday 8:31 p.m. Sermon "Tin- Tem-
porarj' Tabernacle and the Perma-
nent Temple." Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Bar Mitsvah: Bteven, son of Mr. and
Mr-, t. .1 Rainer.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "wnat'e
in a Name? Sisterhood "''I boat
Oneg sh.iiiii.it. Saturday a.m.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixis
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
i-'iiiiav 8:15 p.m. Saturday s a.m.
Bar Mitsvah: Philip, son of Sir. and
Mrs. Mort Felaon.
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 890 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 6 p.m. Baturdav 9 a.m. Ser-
in., ii "The w-ii'.ir. state."

SENIOR CITIZENS SYNAGOGUE.
1850 Alton Rd. Rabbi Henry Schorr.
Friday 5:30 p.m, Saturday \i a.m. Bar*
nion: "The Beauty of Holiness."
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
5 Ador 6:05 p.m.
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Friday. Maich fa 1963

Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
History According to God is the Key Word for Jews
THE NATURAL AND THE SUPERNATURAL JEW. An
Historical and Theological Introduction. By Arthur
A. Cohan. 326 pp. Now York: Pantheon Book*. $6.00.
THIS IS THE task of Israel: "to outlast the world and
its temporizing solutions, to be borne up to the end
of time as His alone, to strain and winnow the pride of
the world, to demonstrate that the burden of this incom-
plete time and this imperfect history is indeed insupport-
able, whereas all the ideologies of this world would ren-
der them bearable, indeed good and sufficient." Without
this belief in the supernatural vocation of the Jew. writes
young theologian Arthur A. Cohen, the "natural" Jew, no
matter how observant of ritual or insistent on identity,
forfeits both his relationship to the world and all hope
of survival.
The book is tremendously exciting in a manner rare
to philosophy and nearly unheard of in theology. Its in-
tellectual appeal lies not so much in the Isaiah-like recall
to the faith and meaning of Election, which already forms
the mystique of many Jews, giving substance to their
lives and significance to their living. The excitement lies
in the means by which author Cohen arrives at his dis-
tinction, in the dragons of religious thinking slain on the
plains of history along the way.
Judaism, he believes, is at a crisis of survival never
before experienced. The Emancipation allowed the ghetto
Jews into the wider secular community, and the ideas of
the Enlightenment loosened the rigidities of their tradi-
tional beliefs. The theologians of the Enlightenment
argued for rationalism of faith although, as even Kant at
the end knew. "Reason can never answer the question of
God. Faith can never satisfy reason."
Cohen takes the reader through sparkling critiques
of Mendelssohn, Nachman Krochman, Leopold Zunz. Hein-
rich Graetz. Samson Raphael Hirsch, Moses Hess, and
Ha-Am. Dubnow and Bialik: then he moves on to the
titans of German Jewish thought. Hermann Cohen. Leo
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Ambassadors to Israel and Visitors to Cairo
Jerusalem
THE OTHER day Cairo an-
' nounced that the x-i-it of
Cyprus' Foreign Minister,
scheduled for this month, had
been postponed and that no new
date for the \i.-it was set; in
other words, that vlsil had been
canceled. The controlled Cairo
press did not hide the reason
behind the cancelation: It was
the decision announced by the
Government of Cyprus to ap-
point an Ambassador to Israel.
This sharp reaction by Cairo can, of course, avoke no
surprise. Instead, since Cyprus became independent
about two-and-a-half years ago, Nasser has spared no
effort and no pressure to undermine the good relations
and the growing cooperation between the island and the
*i uiici:
UN Listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
A Secret Weapon
United Nations \
1AIHAT MAKES ISRAEL so pop- j
" ular among the new nations
i 3f the world? How is it that, de- i
*pite all of the Arab campaigns
against Israel. Tanganyika just
included a new pact, strengthen-
lag its previous treaty with Israel,
providing that new African coun-
ry with increased Israeli technical
assistance? Nasser and his pro-Cairo gang are ac-
tive enough in that land, yet the popularity belongs
to Israelboth among the educated classes in gen-
eral and among high government officials.
Tanganyika is just one instance. Israeli popu-
larity among the underdeveloped lands can be
multiplied by more than two or three score. What's
thfl secret? The answer is really simple. Israel
give* without political strings. Examples of how ;
Israel employs that "secret" weapon have just come
to light here.
Over in Geneva, the United Nations convened ;
its first international conference on the application
Of science and technology for the benefit of the I
less-developed lands. The first parley of that kind
had been held at the Weizmann Institute of Science
It Rehovoth. It took the UN almost three years
hi catch up with Israel on this idea. More than ;
1,900 papers were presented at that UN conference.
While the parley was held at Geneva, all the papers
i were made available here. The mere cataloguing
Of these papers took a very hefty, 360-page book.
All the leading countries in the world, including :
the United States and the Soviet Union, virtually
stripped their academic and scientific institutes of
leading personnel to send people of world reputa-
tion to Geneva for this conference. Israel had sent
a 25-man delegation. Israel had presented about
35 papers, in addition to contributing some major
speakers, including a principal address by Educa-
tion Minister Abba Eban.
But, with all the big powers present, with all
the masses of scientific, economic and social mat-
erial presented, none attracted more notice among
the representatives of the under-developed lands
than did Israel's contribution. Why? Because,
from personal experience, they already knew what
Israel does lor them. Note that, please: Not what
Israel promises, but what it does.
Next time you hear that, despite Arab pressures,
Israel's prestige increases among the peoples of
underdeveloped new sovereigntiesthe reasons may
be somewhat easier to understand. Israel has learn-
ed how to givewithout political stringsreceh I
in return, great benefits in good will and respect.
.....''......"iiiit.m ':.':n- r :'y \. MMMMM
stale of Israel. The fact thai Cyprus withstood these
pressures, accompanied by intimidation and threats ol
reprisals, only testifies to the good sense ol the Cypriot
leaders and their determination to channel then- energies
Into more positive avenues than thai of sterile hatred,
and their reluctance io become a tool in Nasser's schem-
tags
The case ni Cyprus is an encoura one as are the
other eases maniiesting the failure ol Nasser in his en-
deavor to isolate Israel, in the countries ol Africa and
Asia. However, the ease of Cyprus provides further
proofif further proof is neededthat these endeavors
have not stopped.
Indeed, indications are that they are being stepped-
up. As of late the Egyptian press and radio are full with
threats directed at Persia, warning her of "consequences"
if she continued on her present road of friendly relations
and cooperation with Israel. Increased pressure is also
being directed at Turkey and, needless to add. at the
African states. According to a recent dispatch, the
ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin el-Husseimnotorious
for his wartime agreement with Hitler aimed at assist
ing in the annihilation of the Jewshas now been enlist
ed by Mr. Nasser to help combat "Israeli penetration"
into Africa. According to information received here.
el-Husseini is shortly to leave for a number of African
slates.
There is ground to assume that the ex-Mufti will meet
there with no greater success than the other Arab hate-
bearers did hitherto. There are also no indications that
either Persia or Turkey is now paying more attention
to the Arab threats than in the past. Indeed, more Israel
experts have recently been invited to Persia where they
are iner alia engaged in the rebuilding of a whole region
destroyed by the last earthquake, and where their work
in the field of agriculture and cooperation is widely ac-
claimed. Also the trade relations between the two coun-
tries are steadily expanding, as are the trade and other
lclations between Israel and Turkey.
However, the fact of Nasser's continued campaign
of subversion remains as a threat not only to Israel but
to well-being and development of the wide area around
as a whole. Because this campaign cannot but be view-
ed as part of his other activitieshis invasion of Yemen,
of his open threats of aggression against Saudi Arabia
and Jordan, and his activities of subversion in all of the
Arab states as well as on the African continent.
These are activities and actions that sharply con-
trast with the picture of Nasser which some try to present
tc the world, a picture of a man whose chief preoccupa-
tion is the development of his own country and the well-
being of his own people.
Whatever the hopes Washington may be pinning on
Nasserthere is nothing to show that he or his aims
have changed; and surely it is not Nasser that can be
counted upon to pave the way for peace and stability
in the area.
Between You and Me:
Baeck, Franz Rosenzweig, and the interesting challenge
of Martin Buber's "I-Thou" humanism, in which, Cohen
points out, God acts, but only in response to man: "Where
is the initiative of God before which man sullen and
unbowed must yield?"
Nor do the American theologians offer '-olution, for
Mordecai Kaplan, Cohen feels, presents a reconstruction
not of Judaism but of the Jewish people, substituting for
"the mysterious choice of God" the "mystery of nature
and history." Milton Steinberg's reliance was on reason;
Heschel's "rhetoric of belief to shame disbelief into faith
... is neither meaningful nor effective." Only Will Her-
berg gives in his theology "a conviction of its relevance
to all of human history, rather than to the special Deeds
and preoccupations of the Jew."
For history is the key word here, history according
to God. Cohen sees the Exile of Israel as tantamount to
the Christian fall of Adam, "original sin": it symbolizes
the presence of evil in the world, it transmits "a recog-
nition that the world is not right, that it is unfulfilled
and incomplete What Original Sin imputes to the indi-
vidual sinner, the Exile imputes to the collectivity of all
nations."
The purpose of the Jewthe Jewish vocationi> to
remain unreconstructed, unadjusted, a constant critic ol
cultures, an unflagging reproof and thus a continual rin\
ins forward. One should ask. perhaps, whether maintain-
ing I" liel in this supernatural community is in itself sul
ficient,' either for history or for God; one cai I elieve, no
Isolation, cue should ask too, whether
it is possible to choose whether or not oni ha- been
Chosen, as Cohen seems to indicate.
But M men! .1 assi rtion ol I
are no questions
Ovr film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
New Star is Born
MARGOLIN
Holly woo'i
last week
JANET
" was given a nomination for a
Golden Globe Award by the Holly
wood Foreign Press Assn.. an or
ganization in which I serve as an
elected officer. She is also the re
cipient of the "Best Actress
Award" given at the 1962 San
Francisco Film Festival for her
first feature picture "David and Lisa," which has
.-rue opened to rave reviews throughout the coun
try and was highly honored in Europe.
The young lady with the large brown eyes and
long dark hair who looks like a biblical figure
come to life currently is in the George Stevens
epic. "The Greatest Story Ever Told," portraying
-Mary ol Bethany with another Jewish girl, Ina
Balin. as Martha of Bethany, both sisters of the
legendary Lazarus,
Janet Margolin was torn in New York City.
July 25. 1943. daughter of Ben Margolin, a certified
public accountant (who came to this country as a
young man from Czarist Russia) and Annette Lief,
herself a native of New York, the daughter of Jew-
ish immigrants from Eastern Europe. Janet tells
us that she is the first of her family ever to enter
show business.
After attending the Walden School for Progressive
Education, where she appeared in student produc-
tions such as "Orpheus and Eurvdice," she went
to study at the High School of 'performing Arts
right in the heart of Manhattan.
During her last year at the Performing Arts
High School. Janet was suggested by the wife of
concert pianist Sascha Gorondnitzki (for whom she
had been doing some baby-sitting) to talent agent
Lucille Kroll then looking for a replacement for
one of the youngsters in "The Sound of Music"
I

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By BORIS SMOLAR
Humane Slaughter Becomes an Issue Again
JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS arc anti
** cipating that a number of humane
slaughter bills will be introduced in slate
legislatures during 1963 sessions. Hu-
mane societies are believed to be pro
paring to submit legislative proposal
that may affect Shechita, the religiously
prescribed Jewish method of slaughter-
ing animals. In this connection, it is
worth noting that kosher meat packers.,
in this country have begun installation of a recently i
kcted pen to hold large animals in position for slaughter
in accordance with the requirements of Shechita
The new pendeveloped by a Philadelphia firm-has
been liven Halachic sanction, has been approved by the
S. Department of Agriculture, and has been endorsed
by major humane societies. It is suitable or.lv for beet
animals; research is proceeding on restraining, devices
for calves, sheep and lambs. The Synagogue Council of
America and the National Community Kdations Adv.s
orv Council are especially watching further development*
Jhey try to keep currently informed about the introduc-
ion ol humane .slaughter legislation in the state-
their consultative services are available in connection
with all such proposed legislation.
They are engaged jointly in an intensive effort
make information concerning the new restraining f&,
available to kosher meat packers throughout the counJ
try and to encourage installation of the device as wi*M
and speedily as possible. Jewish community relation.'
councils and federations are cooperating in this I'""
l W humane slaughter issue goes back to 1957 when var-
ious groups concerned with the humane treatmeiK J
"minis, started (0 press actively for legislation 10 m
ure humane slaughter of meat animals.
Jewish leader, conferred with Congressional sponso
ol federal legislation on the subject, and a federal I
W adopted in 1958 containing
ritual slaughter from its terms
religion."
provision exempti"!
to protect fi 1


March 1. 1963
Jewisti fhrktbdn
Page 15-A
lltural Gap'
is to Be
Inned B-G
!_lJTA) Prime Minister
Ben-Gurioa asserted this
;, interview in the Paris
L'Aurore. that Israel had
11 substantial economic sta-
lull employment and expan-
productivity but still faced
L of integrating year after
|,n- n| thousands of immi-
|ami possibly in the near tu-
lindredii of thousands.''
Prime Minister said that
the main tasks lacing Is-
II tii-- narrowing ot the "cui-
pip" between European and
il immigrants. He describ-
ieli French relations as "the
est.'' adding that he found
ship for Israel in political
Military circles "and also on
rrt (,i President de Gaulle,"
he c i ed "France's savior."
J sod the belief that the
In world and the Soviet Union
. drawing closer to-
IK' said tins was develop-
n-e to the growing de-
ll Dy Russia's masses for bet-
I lards of living and to the
ne "danger," of which the
If were "fully aware.'' An-
reas the Prime Minister
H- was European unity. "I
a United states of Europe
I am convinced that this will
(: ,i reality," he said. He
expressed the view that Brit-
would eventually be admitted
European Economic Com-
which "will become one of
Mongol elements" in world
LEGAL NOTICE
-E C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
E E\TM Ji DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
'NO roK DADE COUNTY.
".OR UA. I \ CHANCERY
No 6:C 2079
I I.KNHKCK,
vmito
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"And next, children, comes the Emperor Trajan.
He treated our people in Judea with great sever-
ity and exterminated all the Jews in North
Africa. He is known as one of the 'Five Good
Emperors of Ancient Rome'."
Copr. 1963. Doyenu Production*
LIGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY iHVEN thai
the iin.i. imi:ni'ii. desiring i* engage In
liusineas undei the fictitious name <-t
Ro|:|N ASS' l \ii:> .ct i>" X.E
126th Si No Mi. mi. I la Intend li
res;l*tei Haiti name with the Clerk il
thi I'll I -1111 ot I Mule Count) .
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This Emblem
Identifies Your
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Sponsors fs\
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firms o! prestige in the business
awl ciic life of your community.
f"tMS INTERESTID IN
S>0NSORSHIP, PIUSE CALL
HI 8-4994
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HERBHY lilVEN that
ilit- 11n I. r-iv;ii Imi.-iii.t-- under the fictitious nante of
ALLAPATTAH WEE WASH IT ill
S02S X.W. 17th Ave., Miami. Flu., in-
ii-ii.l t> register Maid name with the
Clerk "l the Circuit Court ..i Dade
i 'ount), Florida.
HARRY ALBERT
ANN ALBERT
l.W II. I -
Vlyers, llelman, Kaplan & Catsman
AttOl n- \ i.| i i\\ net's
! |.i: -:.. a l
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is hi ItEin (ilVEX thai
tli. mi.I. r-slgni >- to engage In
I. -.,,.. | ih.. Ilctlilo i- i..in
.....Rl'HAFT I'ltl.N I'ERS ..' IMS
Miami III a. li. I lurlila
| > .i.l 11.. li.- H i' 1'
Il\i i ..nil i '..in I if I m.I.
> .DI-.RT I. Mill LTZ.
Sole nvii.'i'
n .;.....Inian .v Holtxman
1 -a ii. for Albert I. Ki
:: I -
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2080
i\ II I.l AM II. KII.EY.
i'Ih iitirr,
VMRITE l H.IJllA-M Itll.HY.
I > i< ii.i.. nt.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
To: AMRITE ol.MIAM RII.KY
..". SI el ling Stleet
ire. i Hbvro, Noi ill Carolina
V .| ARE 111.111:1: V NOTIFIED thai
.. Hill oi 'iiiiiiaiiii for Divorce ha*
I... ii hi. .i a_aiu.-i you and you an
required to verve a ro|>) ..i your A"-
.v. lheri-l.....i Plaintiff* Attorney,
JoSEI'H v\ MALEK, 330 IJncoln
Itoad, Mi ii I I'-, ach, :'.'. I i.....I h a"'1
nl,. ii,. original thereof in the office
r the 'a rk i.f tht Cln iii > 'ourt mi
.......i..i. Hi. -n.i .i.n i.f April, I:<;:.
othet i-.- a i >. i. I'm i ail. .
be .......I attain-! i OU.
HATED tit Miami, Dad County,
Florida, thi.- .'Ml. day of lebruary,
i: i: I.EATIIERMAN
C'tel K "I ill- i 'ir. nil CoUl I
i.-.-all I.. I. hXEICDE.V
fiepul) Clerh
.1- iSEI'll \\ MAI.EK
\ii.in.-> tor I'laintlff
SMI l.ifu-oln K.'i'l
Miami !' a I. I.....Ida
:: I-8-16-3!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 58667 B
in RE: Eatate "i
AI.I'NZ'i IUI.KV
|..-..a-.-!.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and -Ml Peraons Hav-
IIUJ (lain..- or IVln.in.i- Anun.-l Saiil
i:.-la|.-:
You am hereby notified ami re-
qutred in preeenl an) otalma and de-
manda which you may have unalnai
ilu- eatate of Alomo Rllej deceaed
lai- .a l'ail. ',.iim>. Elorida, io the
f'ounty Jud*a ..f Dada County, and
file iin Mime In dupllcati .mil as iro-
vlded in aeetU>n 7S3.16, hlorida Stat-
uti-8. In their i.in.,- in the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County, I .....da,
within m\ calendar months from 'in-
time ni the flrat publication hereof,
or tli, .-..in. will in- baned.
I 'a'. .1 al Mian.i, II..11.la, Ilu- --'nil
da) ..r l > ilii >. \ I l". :
i i.Aiti: i: i:h.i:y .
As Executrix
Myera, Helman, Kaplan .>. Cateman
115U S.W l-i Sii.-. I
Ml iml i I
Ait..i-ni for Exi i nl' i''
:; 1-8.15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C '651
l;i ISEMARI SAI.ERNo.
I'laintlff,
11 El iR" IE K.\ I.ERNi i.
11. i,miaul
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'I'u: OEl iRliE S'AI.ERNl'
!". Main Btrei t
Tuckahoe, New York
You, liBoROE SAI.i:i:N'. nre here-
by notified thai a Hill of Complaint
I'm- Divorce hna lieen filed auain.-t you,
and >iiti tin- required t" s.-rvu a copy
'..I >..ii: Anawer or Pleading to the Bill
..i Complainl on the Plalntlffa attor-
ney, SMITH \ MANDLER, I"? I.in-
I coin Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
i fil>- il......iuinal Anawer or Pleading, in
: tin- office i.f tin- Clerk olthe Circuit
I'otirt on or before the -'*lh day nf
March, 1968. if you rail t.. do bo,
Judgment ii> default will be taken
nguinal you for tin- relief demanded in
i tin- itill of Complaint.
Thia notice Khali be published once
iirh week for four conaecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH l-'l.' il:llU.\N.
imini: a x 11 i >i:i ii:i!i:i nl Miami,
i loi Ida, i in- ISlh da) ol I". !.i nary
ah i
i; it 1.1: \l'lll-:r.MAN". Clerk,
i 'i-, uii i '..in I \:.|.. i '..in- Hull ...
(seal) ID I- SXEEOEX
1 i. nut -, i 'lei I.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. eSC-795 (Balaban)
jU'RI'RBIA FEDERAL SAVIXCS
ANI) I (IAN ASSi ii l.\ Tli iN,
Plaintiff.
\'s.
OEXE BARTON WHATT.KT ami
UEl'RETTA A UN"'I.l i UIIATI.i:V
hi- Wife, Al.i:i|i.\ ( 'ASTKI.M il and
C vsTKl.l.iil her buaband ii
married. ALBERT II. DANfEI.S and
EARL.AINK DANIELS hla Wife,
DcfenclnntH.
NOT.CE OF SUIT
li i ALBERT II. DAXIKLS and
KA III.A INK DANIELS hi- wife,
RES'lflENCE I'NKNiiWN. ami
all partlea claim iiu by, through, under
igalnal the ah..v.- n un.-.l d< fend
.mi- If alive, or if dead their unknown
heira, devlaeea, gran teen, legutoea, ;--
nigneea, li.ni.i-. creditor*, truateew
and all part leu hnvlng or claiming in
having any right, titl.....- Intereal In
I he propel t) hei eln deaci Ibed:
You are hereb) notified that the
..'..a captloned action ha.- hi en In -
Ktliutcd HRalnal you In the Circuit
Court i.f the i:i.i:\i:n"i'ii......i, .,i
'ir. ill of I-Li t.la in anil for DADE
fount) t.. fi.i.l..w, a iiinrtgiige upon
the following .1. .-. i il..-.l peal propel
I...1 -'.. Bha-k 74, NORWi 'OD I'll'l'll
ADDITION, SECTION TWO, ac-
cording; tn the 11aI thereof, recorded
In Plat Book if, tit Itatte i"'1 "I the
l' ihlic Reconla of I lade 'ouni \.
hlorlilu,
You ;* i. .-.|" r.'.l t.. file > ..hi p n -
lo i l. 11-.11 nmplalnl iih the
. i.. u .a i he aforesaid C in
i up; thel i-uf ii | >. -ii |.!.iiiililf-
nttorney MARTIN l-INi:. nth Kloor
1 tli l i. nil Kl.l-.. M In in I 32, I
not later than March -'. IH63,
.. r .. i .:, ^-,, ,\ in he enti red
agafiiHt you.
I i.\TED: I-'. In nary l"-.
I-: II LBATHEKM VN
('lerk i.f the < Ircuil < *oui t
laeall B) : '< M I.YMAX,
11..1.mi iMi-ik
| MARTIN PINE
. Atioriie) for Plaintiff
I llh l-'l..... Dade Federal Blilg,
' M ia mi 32, I- l.-riila
2 22, l-si|5
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
In
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58611. B
RE: l:.-:. i. of
SAM SCHONBERG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,, ,\ ii i"i. .lit..!.- and AH I'.
Having ClHlina or In man.I- Against
.-.r..I Eatate:
You are hereb) notified and n -
quired to preeenl an) i la n and d< -
nianda which you nut) have agamat
I the s.W! SCHONBERG, de-
ceaaed late of Bade County, PlorWn,
1 ,,, the i'..iiniv JudgreH ..f I'a.i- Coun-
1 iv, ami file the name in duplicate and
I a- provided In Section 73S.18, Florida
Statue*, in their office* In the County
| Courlhouve In Dade County, Florldii,
within six calendar tin.nth- from the
time i.f tin- flrat publication hereof,
.a tin- name win h. barred.
Bitted at Miami. Florida, this I .lh
day of rVbmary, A.D. IMS,
BESSIE sell' iNBERG
\- Executrix
MYERS HEIMAN. KAPLAN
,x i'AI'SMAN
Attorneya for Executrix
1150 S.W 1st Street
Miami. Pin.
! 22, :: l-x-1^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58304-C
IN RE: Eatate of
i-ll VRI.Eh SAMt'EL LEE
Dei.....s.-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltorv and All Peraono Hnv-
itiu t'lainis or |i.-mtinil- Against Said
Kslat. :
Yon .iii- hereb) notified and re-
quired preaent an) clnlinK and de-
mami- which you may have nvalnai
the .stat.- ,.f CH.VRLEH S\MI'i:i.
I LEE ii.-i-i-.i .-.il late ni Dade County,
rlorlda, to tin- County Judgen of Dadi
fount)*, and file tin- .-aim- in tin ii
offlcea In the t'ounty Pourthouae in I
Dade County, Florida, withm si\ cal-
endar nninths fi.iin the date of the
flrat publication hereof, or fin- sun,
u ill i.. barred.
CAROLYN n. LEE.
Exi cutrlx
Sin \ in. ':-..,iman ,V.- Il,ill/.inali
I t.v S) Ivan X. ll.li/n'.i ii
Attoi m i for Exei trla
146 s. ybold Bl.lg Miami. Flu.
L' 1". --.'-', 3 l-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 58445-A
IN RE Kal i.- ..I
FREDA V Z1ECLER
11.. aaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All P. raonn Hav-
ing Claims ot I.. m.iiia- Againal Suld
Eatate:
You ai hi reb) not If le I and re-
quired to preeenl an) rlalmc and de-
mand* whi<-h you nia> have ngii "si
the estate .! 1 REIM V ZIEGLEK
di. aw .1 In.....' i 'a.i. i 'ount). Flor-
ida, to the i 'ount) Judge* "t i le
County, and file thi name in dupli-
cate and tis provided In Section 733.16,
Florida St.,tut. s. in their offices in
tin County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar month*
fr, mi the time of the firal publication
hereof, or the stun.- will l- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florldu, this 1st
duv of February, A.D. I8:i
TABITHA VOELZKE
LEI N A. EPSTEIN
a.- Executors
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Eatate
120 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
8 8-1.1-22, : l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..t
EDDY ANI i COMPANY tit numhei
Bifi N.E 185th Street in the City of
Miami. Florida Intend* t-. registei the
sjii.l name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dado County, Florida.
Dated ul Miami. I i"i Ida, this .'.til
day of February, IwM
NORM A N i". Bl >DY,
Sole iw mi-
HAIU'.Y M. BOSS
Attorne) for AppUoant
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58222-B
In RE; Kstat,. of
MILDRED H. I-VTKUFAS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" \ii Creditors anil ah Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Mii.t Estate: ,
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present any olaims and de-
mands which yon may have against
the .situ.- of MILOBED B, FCTEK-
I'vs deceased late <>f Dadi- Count)'.
Florida, to the Count) Judges ot
Dade county, and file the santa ,n
tii.ii offices In the County Court-
house In Dade County, Florida, with-
in -i\ calendar montlis from the dati
,,f the first inihlii-ntii.il hereof, or the
-.in, will be barred.
IRWIN s Ft'TERFAS
Executor C.T \
IRWIN S. FUTERFAS
Ml..i in i
211 Miracle Mile
i -oral I Sables, Floi Ida
NOTICF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DEW DROP INN at "801 North West
'-'"tli Avenue Intends to register sold
name with the Clerk the Circuit
I'l.m! of I'a'b- County, Florida
HAROLD WIOGLESWl IRTH
Kole i iwner
ki:ssi,i:i: & GARS
Attoiniv p for i > tut
J 1.1-22, : 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltlou* name of
HOLLIDAY INN HAIRSTYLISTS* at
!:',"..t South Dixie Highway, Coral
flablcs, hlorida Intends t.. reglstet
said name Ith the Clet K of the I 'li
cull Court I'.nii' County, Florida
JERRY LINDEN HAIRSTYLISTS.
INC
Bi JERl IME I.INI EN, Pn -
J n-1-,-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni i'1'li'i: IS HEREBY Hl\ EN '
the limn i stun, d, .;. -ii inu to ngagi
buslm -- iimi. i tin :i. ihi...is n.in
DAVID SHAPIRO .v COMPANY at.
I2ti Lincoln Road, Miami Beach inti I
me \. .t h thi Clet
,,; the Oil I of I >adi 'oum .
I |ol ..
DAVID SHAPIRO
I' Ml. I. I LEISCHM \N"
_ ]-.: I J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY NO. 63C1946
ESTHER KLEIN GOLDBERG and
GEORGE GOLDBERG, her husband,
Plaintiff*,
\ s
SIDNEY KLEIN, and if married,
KLEIN, In- wife,
HELEX KLEIN, and If murrlei
, her husband.
MAX KLEIN, and If married.
KLEIN, his will-.
..ml BERNARD KLEIN, and If
married, Klein, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in SIDNEY KLEIN, ami if married,
KLEIN, his wif. ,
... i [,..-, n
180 s.. Second Avenue
Mount V'ernon, New York
MAX KLEIN, ami if man n I
KLEIN, hi- wife,
,- ., Rosen
180 Bo, Second Avenue
Mount V.in.ti. New York
HELEN KLEIN, ami If married,
, her husband,
;'.;:.1 Reservoir Avenue
Bronx, N. Y..i k
BERN VRD K I.BIN, and If n arrii
KLEIN, hi- n ii. .
13550 Tujunga Avenui
North ll.'lliu.....I, Cullfo
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a C.....plaint t.. partition the fo
lowing desrrlln .1 pro|>erty, to wit
l.,,. i m Block S3 of |" I'.AN
BEACH ADDITION Ni a
,li%,. |on nccnt ding t" the Putt thi
of, ,,, ndi i 'a Plat Book 2 at P
.. of the Pi bile K.....i.l- ol Dad
nl i Fli rhla,
ha* been filed against you and
arc herein required serve
,,t \..... an u. or pl< ading to
Complainl on ihe Pontiffs' Alton -
VRONOVITZ, SILVER
SCHER 607 Alnsle) Building, Mlam
.: Florida, and fill the original an-
swer or pleading In the office ol the
f|, rk ol the .....ve Court on or before
M ,. eh 25, 1863. It >"" f:"' '" ''" ""
judgment b) default will be laken
against vou for the relief demanded
in tin- Complaint. .
DONE AND ORDERED THIS 20th
dav of l-ihrntirv. IMS.
K. IV LEATHERMAX.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By K. M l-VMAN
Deputy I'h-rk
2 88, I I-8-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Topps Discount Centers ;it l-"-'" and
1229 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
[lade County, Fli rids
TOPPS I'lSVol'N'T CENTERS-
WASHINGTON, INT.
KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Topps Discount
Centers-Washington, Inc.
2'S-l.-.-22. 3/1
IN THE C.ni-UIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 1401
i- IROLINE TAMBt'RINO,
Plaintiff,
i-I'.ank'tami'.i r.iN'i.
Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: FRANK TAMBl'RlNi l
809 Fourth Street
Newark, New Jerse)
ViH'. FRANK TAMBCRINO, tir-
notified that a complaint for divorce
ha. been filed against yon, aM you
ar. i.-qiiin-.l to serve a copy of your
answer on the plaintiffs attorney,
DANIEL NEAL HF.l.l.l'K. BW Ains-
I, \ Building, Miami 32. Florida, and
file the original answer in Um cnerk
of the Circuit Court's office, on or
before the 18th day of .\Ur.-h. ism...
'it you fall t" do so, judgment by de-
raull will be taken against you.
DATED this 8th day of February.
'B, a I.KATIIKKMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) B>: K. M l-VMAN
Deputy Clerk
t K.-22. 3/1-'
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
613 N.E. 1st Ave.
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WIFE OF SUPREME COURT JUSTICE TO APPEAR
Israel International Fashion Show
Urf Mit-i Levine and Mrs. John Owen are areeted by Mrs.
a T Kline and Mrs. Allan Herron, membership vice
president of the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and
Ireri s Service. Mrs. Kline was hostess at a coffee honor-
inq new and prospective members of the Women's Committee.
Mrs. Arthur .1. Goldberg, wife
of the United States Supreme!
Court Justice, and herself a dis-1
tinguished painter and authority
on the arts, will be guest of honor
Friday at the inaugural luncheon
of the National Women's Division,
State of Israel Bonds.
The luncheon, to be held at the
Fontaineblcau Hotel at noon, will
also feature the premiere of the
Israel-International Fashion show,
the eighth annual Israel Bond col-
lect ion. Mrs. Jan Pcerce, nation-
al chairman of the division, will
preside at the gathering.
Mins Bess Myerson, who was to
'crve as commentator for the
fashion show, has been hospitaliz-
ed in Nev. York and compelled to
liter her plans. Another former
Miss America, Marilyn Van Der-
the
'W.
ovnavt s
rU/BM
''Jewish Flor idiain
rida. Friday. March 1. lSS^
Section B
Young Matron
Coftee Slated
i
n ol the I
..' has invite I
nal off* e

v ill ;:.- i be
di
,: ... U mull m
.. nen's Division
; ii-' plaj 111 sup
i welfare
II proud of our com-
Of Its local health
i \ ices sponsored by
Miami Jewish Fed-
; also proud of the role
< played in saving lives
in support of the Unit-
h Appeal." Mrs. Krensky
N
this, the Silver Anniversary
ii own Federation and
Ihi h anniversary of the UJA.
h receive support frqm
Mir nual CJA drive, I look to
the women in the community, not
orl} Income the future lead
ur Women's Division, but
interest themselves and
-kind- in joining our dual
in. ii m ike Miami a better city
tthii!. in work and to live, and
' In es overseas
Aviva Chapter
To Get Charter
r< sentation ceremony,
l)j Mrs. Allied Stone.
i- scheduled for the
Un-' Mi/.rac'n Women,
nday.
bullet luncheon will
' Beth David Auditor
mm
peeker will he Rabin
\ Shapiro, spiritual
Beth David and an Is
film will i. shown
raised will lie allotted to
m of underprivileged
and youth in Israel.
"i "I the chapter is Mrs
11 Zeichner. Serving on the
committee (or the afternoon are
''' 'saac Berlin and Mrs. Sam-
el wman, chairmen. Mrs. Abra
an. Mrs. Anna Cohen,
VS Jseph Kahn and Mr-. Louis
neisn
bur, has graciously agreed to re-
place her. Miss Van Derbur will
be making her first appearance be-
fore a national Israel Bond au-
dience. During 19C2. she appear
ed in several American communi-
ties on behalf of the Israel Bond
campaign.
The lovely young beauty queen,
v.ho was graduated from the L'ni-
vi rsity of Colorado in 1960 with
Phi Beta Kappa honors, has earn-
ed wide popularity as singer, mod-
el, sportswoman and fashion com-
! mentator. As a speaker, she has
'; traveled hundreds of thousands of
miles within the continental Unit-
ed States, appearing before scores
ol civic, philanthropic and com-
munity groups.
The Israel International Fash-
ion Show contains designs, fabrics
and furs from 20 nations. All these
countries have joined in the sa-
lute to Israel's fast-growing and
economical!) important fashion
and textile industries. The designs
have been created by the fore-
most couturiers of France, Eng-
land, Israel. Ireland. Chile. Italy,
and the United States.
The fabrics and furs have been
provided by nation- the world
over, among them, in addition to
the countries named. Burma. Thai-
land, Canada, the Philippines,
Switzerland, the Netherlands, the
Scandinavian nations, Japan. Bel-
gium, and Iran
The presentation of the Israel
International Fashion Show is be-
ll staged and accessorized by
Jordan-Marsh, Miami, whose par-
ticipation in the Miami confer
premieres ol the annual Israel
Bond fashion show hi becot
velci
MRS. ARTHUR GOLDBERG
MARILYN V4N CEP..
Belgian War Heroine To
Appear at Ner Tamid
Election of Mrs. Tiudy Hamerschlaq to the national board of
the Women's Division. American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, was announced this week by Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel.
Jr., of New York, national president of the division. Shown
with Mrs. Hamerschlaq (left* is Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, na-
tional vice president and "Florida Woman of the Year of the
American Friends-" Other Greater Miamians serving on the
national board of the Women's Division are Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, vice president. Mrs. Charles Chaicowsky. Mrs.
Louis Glasser. Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladv/in, Mrs. Jack S.
Popick, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
Mr* Ji n S
i 'i" ft i.in i I aid..
to receive th Hi H imanitar
Award" being presented by
remple Ner Lamid, The dinner,
to be held on Mar i". will also
nark the Temple's fifth anniver
-i.v
,\ Belgian schoolteacher In Bins
sels at the time of the Nazi occu-
pation of her country, the then
Miss Jeanne Daman, in 1942, be-
came headmistress of "Nos
Petits." a school for Jewish Chil-
dren.
When the Gestapo raided the
school, Miss Daman, a Catholic,
joined the underground, and for
two years was instrumental in
hiding and protecting Jewish chil-
dren and adults from the Nazis.
After the war. Miss Daman help-
ed organize homes for Jewish or
ii
In 1946 she o the U.S.A
and loured the eountrj speaking
en Ihe suffering of European Jew
ry under the Nazis
she has visited Israel twice.
once as a group leader taking emi-
grant children into the country, re-
newing contact with people she
had helped in the past.
Miss Daman has received two
1 medals from the Jewish commun-
ity in Belgium, an I has been hon-
ored by Prof. Einstein. Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise. Dr. Philip Fried-
man, in his hook, "Their Brothers
Keepers." in 'Unhesunenen Held-
en." and on the Chet Iluntley pro-
I gram. "The Righteous."
Now married to Prof. Aldo Scag-
lione. of the University of Cali-
fornia, she has remained interest
| ed through the years in the cause
she served during the war
n
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by ISABEL GROVE
Seen enjoying the wonderful
music making of Leonard Bern
stein, the George Rosens and
Sheldon Kays Howard, the
Kays' son. came to town tor a
weekend away from hii Univer-
sity ol Florida text books
Got a real change ol pace help
ing out around Westbrooke Coon-
trj Club, which his dad heads
After concentrating for SO
years on his Ambrldge Deparl
men! Mure m Ambrldge, Pa
Ben Davidson, with wife Helen.
arc going to Ine here and leave
the handling of the store to his
son Will complete Iheir
apartment at the Imperial Hou
by the time summer rolls around.
n, then lhey'11 be off for some
extensive traveling
First houseguesls to enjoy the
lovelj new apartment and patio
recently taken bj Mrs. Frances
Linn at the King Cole, her sister
and brother-in-law, Edith and
Sol Cramer, making their sea-
sonal visit from Greal Neck,
NY. .
Frequent visitors, Jane and
Mike Kanier. oi Passaie, N.J.,
bouseguests Ol her sister. M
Ethel Schonfeld Gerson, ol Coral
Cables.
Here for her two-month winter
visit, Mrs Rebecca Hudes ol
Continued on Page 6-B
Left to right are Mrs. Max Jacobson. Mrs. Michael Covin and
Mrs. Richard Herold planning the Beth David Sisterhood and
Men's Club annual joint Purim Ball at Spector Hall on Satur-
day night. Mar. 9. Dancing will be to the music of the Lou
Adler Orchestra. Mrs. Jacobson is Sisterhood president. Mrs.
Herold is fund raising vice president and Mrs. Covin and
Harold Berney (not shown) are co chairman of the function.

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Friday, March 1, k
Four co-chairmen and guest- ct the Women's S-'monhoff. and Co Chairmen Mrs. Sam Elar.k.
Initial Gifts Luncheon of the Combined Jewish Mrs. F. A. Pallot, and Mrs. A. L. Glickmcn.
Appeal. Clockwise are Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Mrs. F-nk was guest speaker ct the luncheon
Fink. Mrs. Jack Ablin, Mrs. Matilda Washtcn, held at the Eden Roc Hotel. Some S65.000 in
Co-Chairman Mrs. Mandle Zaban, Mrs. Sam bonds were raised.
National Council of Jewish Women
Plan Variety of Meetings on Wednesday
Goldberg, president, will meet for
noon luncheon at WestVJeu Coun-
try club. Program will be "El-
fective Detective" on consumer
piot 'cl ion.
feature four recentI\-released Bay
oi Pigs prisoners.
Evening Division, .Mrs. Morns
Study, discussion, and social ac
tion with volunteer service in soc-
ial welfare and education make
up the permanent program of the
National Council of Jewish Worn Futernick. president, will meet at '
en. The local Greater Miami Sec- 8 p.m.. at Tastee Inn. 7500 SW 8th
tion implements and presents t'lis St. Dr. Evan Katz. child psychia-:-
program at division meetings, to|t:ist, will discuss "The Emotional! moe,m8 is optional.
be held this month on Wednes Problems ol Pre-School Children."
da>. A movie and discussion period will
South Dade Division, Mr- Mar
vin ZanK, president, will meet ai
9:30 a.m., at Holiday Inn. 1350 S<>
Hwy. A symposium. "50
Years of Social Action," will be
presented. Luncheon after the
Fishers Celebrate
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Fisher.-of
1436 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach
eletrated their 50th wi Idii an-
iversary at a dinner at the B in-
lire Restaurant
Actual date ol the <; ilden Wed-
in- was Jan, 19 The couple
here original!) from De-
Uoit. Mich.
Mr, and Mrs. I.. Rutter, their
daughter ar.d son in I a id a
randd m ter Mi-. Cel a RiittPr.
Detroit, i re ho I func-
Gucst< included Mrs .1 Lunv
pert, "I 1 Mon, ''''
\i rs Fishi r Mr and Mrs \ M
ter ol I ouisvilie, K> broth
>t in-law; Mr and Mrs
Si-kind and dau jhter, I
i I mx, \. V Mi M L<
ol n 'troll .i close fri
the couple; and Mrs F SI
\kron. O Mrs O, Eosteir, ol
Portland. Me.; and !'. Hollander,
Unable to atten I lh< ei eni
Mrs I-'i hei brother an I i
ii la v. Mr and Mrs J. Lit hter,
ol Cincinnati, t> ; and grandson,
\ 2C Joel Rutter, stati ned at Eg
lin AFB. Fla,
Dade Heights
Purim Carnival
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion Religious School will hold a
Purim carnival on Sunday, Mar.
10. from noon to' .t p.m., at the
rj nagogue.
The carnival will features games,
events, ar.d other attractions.
Chairman is Mrs. Bernie Phil-
lips. Sisterhood PTA representa-
tive.
MR. Am S. WILLIAM fiSHFR
Flakier Carnivcl
Set for Sunday
i lagler Granada Jewish
w ill hold it annual can
Sunday beginning at n r [,-,
ured attract!! n at the "Ja I
i ill be the appearance i I
Murdock, disc jockey ol r<
tion WQAM, who will emcee Ihc
dat ce contests Festi\ il ii ill be I
held on the Center's gri
50 NW 51st PI
i,. me booths w ill be supi rvitel
i'\ Sam Kowalsky, assisted bj Ton
Fritsch, Lou Bush, Nat Weiis,
George Segal, Morris Brody, t:
mer Rogers, Max Levim
Kessler and HyCoverman pro-
ident ol Flagler-Granada.
Food booths will be
by Mrs. My Coverman, Mrs, Tom
Fritsch. Mrs Elmer Rogers and
Mrs. Morris I'erle-.
A miniature department store
will be set up by Mrs. Sam Kowal
sky. assisted by Mrs. Joe Pren,
Mrs. Lou Esloe. Mrs. Jack Green-
berg and Mrs. Louis Lopatin
Bay Division, Mrs. Emanuel
Rothbart. president, will hear the
two sides ot the '1963 Medicare
Battle" with Dr Harry E. Wolk
and Joseph Weil as protagonists
Meeting is scheduled for 1:30
p.m., at the Washington Federal
Bldg., 1133 Normandy Dr.
Coral Division, Mr- Bernard
Yesner, president, will meet at
12:30 at Hillel House, 1100 Miller
Dr. "Where Do We Go From
Hen'.'" h panel discussion, will
Milady Blintzes
Offer Variety
With the approach of several
traditional Jewish holidays, house-
wives will need all the help they
'can set in putting variety into
their holiday meals. The children
and father will be home for extra
meals, so naturally they too will
appreciate a treat that's different.
Milady has the answer in its
quick frozen blintzes and potato
pancakes. These tasty, easy to
prepare product! are excellent u
a main dish, side dish, or snack.
Milady has brought blintzes a
long way -since Grandma's day.
They offer the traditional cheese
blintzes. plus delicious variations
such as apple, blueberry, cherry.
potato and strawberry cheese.
They are all extra good when top-
ped with sour cream or your fav-
orite jams and jellies.
So treat your family to the foods
that have long been favorites
among Jewish Gourmets, and then
sit back while the compliments
fly.-S.T.
follow.
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Indian Creek Division, Mrs. Jos-
(ph Klein, presi ent. will meet at
12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel
Members will take a "Lesson in
Public Speaking" from students
Of the Miami Beach High School
Speech Department, who will give
extemporaneous talks on a variet)
ol subjects
Islands Divis;on, Mrs. Dan Wax.
president, will meet at the home
Ol Mrs, Leonard Miller. 227 E.
liivo Alto Dr.. at 1 p.m. Guest
speaker, Mrs. Lawrence Medofl.
family counselor, will discuss
"Woman's Place in the World To-
day
Lincoln Division, Mrs Milton
Ratner, president, will meet at
12:30 p.m.. at the Sea Gull Hotel.
Judge Milton Friedman will lead
an open forum on public affair:
with membership participation.
Shores Division, Mrs. Burton
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lady Sassoon
To Visit Miami
K new cooperative program to
heto your heart patients in Nassau
I ;,,,, ;t boost in March when
Mt? Sassoon, founder of the"flir-
Victor Sassoon Heart Foundation
jn the Bahamas, comes to Miami
n visit the new National Children's
Cardiac Hospital at 1474 NW 12th
Lady Sassoon's visit will he to
repay one made last mon,n b>'
nr Francisco Hernandez, the Car-
diac Hospital's clinical director.
wh0 visited the children of the
princess Margaret hospital recent-
ly The international program of
cooperation benefitting the heart
patients was established to end
,he need lor bringing the needy
ca!es to Miami for treatment. At
,he present time. Nassauvian'
joungstcrs who need cither sur-
gery or advanced care, are sent
to Miami.
Dr. Hernandez, at tne request
of Lad) Sassoon. last month visit-
ed 28 children in the King George.
\| Memorial Chest Wing of the
Nassau hospital and recommend
i-d that lour be brought here for
r .TV.
Accompanying Dr. Hernandez
- Nal W'aldman. vice president
ol the Miami hospital. Named
King 'l the Land of Mending
Hearts at the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital Dedication Ball.1
the civic leader and businessman!
scussed future plans lor the
im with Lady Sassoon.
"We agreed," Waldman said,
"that the program will advance
the possibility of obtaining spec-
ial equipment for the Nassau ho.s-
pital, and will provide the nee-
essarj care for patients needing
diate treatment." He and
Dr. Hernandez spent an afternoon'
visiting the various wings of the
hospital and meeting with doctors
and technicians.
Candy Stripers to Gather at Sinai
Lorber Chapter
15th Anniversary
k r Chapter, children's Asth-
ma Research Institute and Hos-
pital at Denver, will mark 15 yean
i ; support and service to Dade
y children in the Home
Tuesday.
The birthday celebration lunch
ton will he held at Leonard's La
Restaurant. Mrs. Robert
smith i> in charge of reserve
(ions.
The Hospital in Denver seek"*
the causes and cures of asthma
and other allergy diseases
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
B'nai B'rith Social Singles will
celebrate its seventh birthday
with a night club party Saturday
c\cning in the Ivory Tower of the
Saxony Hotel. Program will in-
clude dancing and entertainment.
"Busy Bees" of Ner Tamid Sisterhod help members earn their
donor credits each Monday noon in Sklar Auditorium. Seated
(left to riqht) are Mrs. Ruth Goldstone, luncheon hostess; Mrs.
Harry Levin, donor games co-chairman; Mrs. Charles Rabb,
donor games and luncheon chairman. Standing (left to right)
are Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, president; Mrs. Henrietta Fine, vice
president, ways and means, and instructor of the newly-inaug-
urated sewing circle.
Seniors to See Original Musical
A Funny Thing Happened on Diet 5. B'nai B'rith Women. Dis-
the Way to the 60s," an original uiot's senior citizens service
musical production, written and chairman i- Mrs. David Sachs,
(iirected by Mrs. Marvin Schoen
berg, will be staged in the audi-
torium of the Miami Branch ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munit} ('(liter. 450 SW 16th Ave..
on Sunday evening.
The program is jointly spon
sored by the Center's Senior Citi-
zens Department and the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women.
Mrs. Schoenberg. program vice
president ol the Eleanor Roosevelt
Chapter, and the east of chapter
members, will present the show
to the membership of all lour
clubs of the center.
This is one of the volunteer ser-
vices provided year-round to sen
ior citizens by members of Dis-
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Purim Party Set
For No. County
A Purim circus anci masquerade
party will be the theme lor the
annual Purim celebration of the
Early Childhood Development pro
gram of the North County Branch
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center on Friday. Mar. 8.
10 a.m., at 14036 NE 6th Ave.
Mrs. Sidney Roberts is PTA
chairman, and Mrs. Fred Wer-
theimer is chairman of the Purim
program.
The children will present Purim
songs, dramatizations and circus
acts, and traditional Purim re-
freshments will be served.
Candy Stripers of Mt, Sinai Hos-
pital of Greater Miami will have
the distinction ol being hostesses
to the first conference of Candy
j.Stripers of Dade County. The con-
clave will be held on Saturday.
Mar. 9. 10:30 a.m.. in the Wolfson
Auditorium of the hospital.
The morning workshop will be
conducted by "Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes, president of the Women's
Auxiliary; Mrs. Yale N. Levin-
son, vice president in charge of
services; Mrs. Marvin Silvers and
Mrs. Albert Chisling. chairman
and co-chairman, respectively, of
the Volunteer program at Mt.
Sinai. A snack luncheon will con-
clude the program.
Prospective Volunteens at Mt.
Sinai, must become a member of
the Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary
under the Candy Stripe program,
which is governed by the Nation-
al Hospital Assn. Under the sup-
ervision of Mrs. Marvin Silver,
chairman of Volunteens for the
Women's Auxiliary, girls are inter-
viewed, must have written per-
mission from their parent or
guardian, and understand the
rules and regulations of the Vol-
imleen program before being as-
signed to their duties. They be-
come familiar with the hospital
through a guided tour, ami are
then given a complete orientation
ol the duties to be performed in
each department by trained per
sonnel.
Sparkling in their candy-stripe
uniforms, the Candy Stripers have
proved to be an integral part ot
the hospital program, filling in
for Pink Ladies while on vacation.
They also perform clerical duties
in many of the hospital's depart-
ments, as well as checking sup-
plies for rooms in Central Sup-
ply, assisting in Pharmacy by
making deliveries and checking
under supervision, serving M
Waitresses in the Snack Bar. aid-
ing the nurses with children in
Pediatrics, helping to admit and
discharge patients, assisting nurses
as Floor Receptions, assisting
nurses in Our-Patient Clinic, and
dispensing merchandise on t he-
Gift Cart.
Boy Scout Appeal
A special TV program on Satur
day, 7:30 a.m.. over Ch. 10, will
feature Sen. George Smather?
and Clothier Austin Burke in a
presentation designed to interest
men in joining the supervisor}
ranks of Boy Scouting in Daek
County.
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fJenist tteridTi&n
Friday, March^^^ff
Officials Praise Dade School Council Programs
At the recent Props luncheon fete for comic Milton Berle at
the Fontainebleau Hotel are (from left) Reloris Wickman, Dee
Kirsch, Connie Kulok and Gertrude Marx, recalling the days
when Berle reached the heights as one of the highest paid
entertainers in show business.
Hadassah Groups Plan Programs
Godparents Clubs are being
formed to give financial aid for
diagnostic analysis and treatment.
research, training of new doctors
and nurses, and continuing main-
tenance.
A program on the Mother and
Child Pavilion, concentrating on
the incidence of trachoma, will be
featured at Mt. Scopus meeting of
Hadassah on Monday noon at
the Masonic Temple in Coral
Gables.
Mrs. J. Martin Fishman. past.
Academy Women
See Fur Fashions
Furs by Mr. Etman, of New {
York, were featured at the recent
Journal luncheon of the Hebrew'
Academy women at the Deauville
Hotel.
More than 150 members attend-
ed the event at which the pro-
gram and various activities of the
school were highlighted.
Miss Sue Berkowitz. journal
chairman, was in charge of the
afternoon's arrangements. Mrs.
Henry Gewitz, program chairman,
introduced the fashion show. Mrs.
Joseph Shapiro is president of the
group.
Problems of Family Life
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shir-
ah held a meeting on Tuesday at
the Chase Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. Dr. Evan Katz, psy-
chiatrist, and Dr. David Marken-
son. child psychologist, discussed
"Problems of Family Life."
president of the group, will speak
on her personal experiences in Is-
rael.
Agenda will be conducted by
Mrs. Louis Alexander, president.
Mrs. Harry Canter is chairman
ol Eye Banks.
Chaim Weizmann meeting sched-
uled for Monday evening, Mar. 11,
at the Miami Pioneer Club.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth El.
will speak on "Glimpses of South
America," relating experiences
! on his recent trip there.
*
Naomi Group will hear Daniel
Sullivan, head of the Miami Crime
Commission, who will speak on
"Crime in Miami" at the Tastee
Inn, 7500 SW 8th St., Monday even-
ing, Mar. U. Business discussion
will center on the new Pavilion
and the benefit to be derived from
the work of Hadassah members. ;
*
World Jewish Child's Day is i
observed annually by the Miami i
Chapter. On Tuesday, Apr. 2,
members will visit hospitals and
homes in Miami, providing enter-
tainment and refreshments to
shut-ins.
Aviva Group will visit the Hav-
en School; Chai Group, the North'
Miami General Hospital; Albert
Einstein, Jackson Memorial Hos-|
pital; Naomi, Kendall Home; Men-
orah, the Hope School; Mt. Scopus,
Cerebral Palsy Center; Tikvah,
' National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital; Torah, Variety Children's
Hospital; Chaim Weizmann, the
American Children's Home.
The Department of Special Edu-
cation of the ,Dade County Public
Schools, under the directorship of
Richard 0. Roberts, held an in-
formal meeting Tuesday at the
School Binder) al 320 SW 22nd'
Aw.
Present at the meeting were
members of the Dade County
School Board and administrative
heads of the Dade County school
system. Purpose of the meeting
was to express the thanks of the
department to the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women and demon-
strate to Dade school officials the
work of the volunteers of the
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, in the
many fields in which they give
service to local schools.
Because the work of binding
Braille textbooks and fiction is par-
ticularly graphic, accent was plac-
ed on this service. Educational
aids and toys, special-textured
Braille books and the Braille Lib-
rary were also on view. Bound
volumes of large type print for
partially-sighted children were on
display, too.
Discussions were held with
chairmen of these service as
well as with the chairmen of the
Hard of Hearing and Help to the
Physically-handicapped children in
the schools, the latter two being
Activities Set
At Beth David
Sisterhood of Beth David Con-
gregation will hold a board meet-
ing on Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.
Businessmen's breakfast of the
congregation will be held on Wed-
nesday at 8 a.m.
USY membership meeting will
be held on Sunday. 7 p.m., and
the teen-age breakfast will be
held in Spector Hall on Sunday
morning.
Mrs. Angel Ross and the Aleph
children of Beth David will pre-
sent 'The Feast of Lots," as a
Purim celebration on Ch. 2, Thurs-
day, Mar. 7, at 10 p.m.
the newest of Council's projects in
aid here.
Forty-live blind, 75 partially
-.. hti a children, and ab iuI Bixty
deal or hard of hearing children
ar, serviced bj Council volun-
teers
"To have been of service to our
community is a privilege and is
the greatesl reward that the Coun-
cil volunteers can receive. We
thank you. and pledge ourselves
to even greater effort-
tore." said Mrs. Raymoi ;
in. section president,
swering remarks to Rol
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Yiddish Literature
Abraham Warsaw will
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. March 1,
1963
""Jewisti Fk>ridfSann
Page 5-B
South Florida Region Will Observe
'ORT Day' With Varied Programs Here
h A. Boyd, Jr.. chairman of the Metropolitan Dade Coun-
! Commission, presents to Mrs. Henry L. Balaban, chairman
o- -e office of volunters of the Dade County Chapter of the
rican Red Cross, the proclamation which he has signed
ating March, 1963 as Red Cross Month in Miami. The
national Red Cross celebrates its centennial on Mar. 26.
Play Due In
Final Show Here
rformance of the Tern-
I Am I'layhouse presenta
ce Upon a Show." writ-
. cted by Eleazer Green-
be hold in the Temple
on Saturday evening,

- of the cast include
rin, Ronnie w<>lk, Rob-
';il>- ..>ns, Marvin Stein, Sid-
li, Marvin Kantor. Carol
Li Naomi Fink, Anita Molien.
Be: Ion Al Leibert. Dr. Norman
v Norman Asnbes. Dr. Stan-
5, Beverly Landy, Lois
Peggy Brown, Jack Dul
ben li liosen. Dorothy Ol-tor.
Pa (i ltd man, Pauline Forman.
Be, \ ick, Mildred Bernstein.
R Selma Fisher. Helen
Jean Sachs and Shu-
ider, Henry Michaels.
I., iillis, Valarie Spatz. Murray
y. Howard Drusin. Har-
old ioUein, Flo Witus, Willie
Sidney and Helen
Scl i Harriet Segal. Marvin
Zai Bob Shandloff, Fred Segal.
Ei Mem, Stanley Gilbert. Elsie
Sej Jean (Iillis and Joe Molien
,e of production.
'Rothschilds' to be Reviewed
The Rothschilds." by Fredric
Morton, will be reviewed by Mrs.
Frank F. Kerdyk at a North Dade
chapter. B'nai B'nth Women's
i brunch. Program is scheduled for
Wednesday. 11.30 a.m.. in the soc-
i ial hall of Yehudsfa Moshe Congre-
gation.
Women's American ORT (Organ-
ization for Rehabilitation through
Training) will observe "ORT Day
1963" on Tuesday, Mar. 5, in hon-
or of the global work of ORT.
Proclamations have been Issued
in official recognition ol the day
throughout Dade and Broward
ounties. Mrs. Ham Ruse >blat1
president of the Southeast Florida
Region, said that OUT. which op-
: ii vocational schi ols in 20
ountries, "will this year face in
reased pressure everywhere in
he world."
The pressure, she said, "w ;il be
it its greatest in France where
torrential immigration, the- larg-
- Jewish population shift
World War ii. from North Africa
! a- posed grave economic and
social problems for the new ref-
ugees and fur I he government. The
ORT network of schools in that
country is deeply involved in help
ing the refugees to establish them
selves."
"President John F. Kennedy. Vice
President Lyndon B. Johnson, U.S.
Ambassador to the UN Adlai E.
Stevenson, and other Americar
and world leaders have given rec-
ognition to the outstanding work
nl ORT." Mrs. Rosenblatt noted.
All chapters in the Greater Mi
ami area plan activities which will
culminate in "ORT Day." Program
of activities will include:
pie Judea. Speaker is Mrs. Her
i aid Moskin. Chairman is .Mrs.
Paul Allen.
i '
Greater Miami: Social tea at
home Of Mrs. Morris Teller. 820
83rd St., on Tues ay. 8 p.m. Speak-
er Is Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky. Chair-
man is Mrs. Morris Teller,
Greynolds Park: Brunch at home
of Mrs. Mi Ivin Shrago, 2035 NE
Ter., on Tuesday, ll a.m.
Speaker and chairman will be
Mrs Norman Moi zenstern.
Bay Chapter: Luncheon at home
of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. 5941
Pine Tree Dr., Tuesday noon.
Speaker will be Mrs. Rosa Shef-
leder. Chairman is Mrs. Saul Et-
tinger.
TETLET TEA
i
A TRADITION
Technion Women
Off to Israel
Highlight of the Israel Independ-
ence Day Tour sponsored by
Greater Miami Chapter. Women's
Division. American Society for
Technion, will be participation in
the celebration of Independence
Day in Haifa on Apr. 29.
The 21 -day guided tour, with
Mrs. Trudy Hammcrschlag, lead-
er, will leave Miami on Apr. 18 for
Idlewild Airport, where member-
will immediately hoard an El Al
jet for direct flight to Tel Aviv.
Extensive sightseeing during
the 12 days in Israel will be fol-
lowed by four days in Rome and
four days in Paris, with side trips
optional.
Participation in the tour is open
to members of Technion and their
families, but only a limited num-
ber of reservations are available.
In charge of inlormation and res-
ervations are Mrs. Hammcrschlag
and Mrs-. Leo Rutstein.
Greater Miami Chapter. Wom-
en's Division; is part of the Na-
tional American Society for Tech-
nion. A non-fund raising organiza-
tion, membership dues provide
scholarships for eligible students
of technology at Technion
Mrs. Philip F. Thau is president
of the local chapter.
Bicayne: Dessert luncheon in
Morton Towers Coffee Shop on
Tuesday at 1 p.m. Documentary
film. "Come with Me My Broth-
er." will be shown. Guest speak-
er is Mrs. George Linden. Chair-
man is Mrs, A. Charles Rueger.
:
Coral Gables: Luncheon at Holi-
day Inn. SW Dixie Hwy., at noon
Tuesday. Songs will be featured
by Cantor Richard Brown, of Tern-
Hollywood: Champagne party at
home of Mrs, Alan Venzer, 3828
No, Circle Dr., Hollywood, on
Tuesday, 8 p.m. Document,
film, "Mellah," will be shown
Speaker i- Mr-. Alan Yei:
Chairman i- Mrs. Elsie Kriss
Islanders: Social coffee at home
ol Mrs, .I"-' ph Kantor. 13105 Or- |
tego Ln.. Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.
Speaker i- Mrs. Florence Kupper-
man. Songs will be by Janet San-
ders. Chairman is Mrs. Morris
, Lipp.
*
Miami Beach Afternoon: Brunch
al home ol Mrs. Hyman Rotten-
berg. 1611 Daytonia Rd., on Tues
day. 11 a.m. Documentary film.
"Mellah." will he shown. Speak-
er is Mrs. Joseph W'ilkes. Chair-
man is Mrs. Paul Taylor.
North Dade: Social coffee at
home of Mrs. Harry Lamport, 181
NE .170th St., on Tuesday, 8:30
p.m. Documentary film, "Mel-
lah." will be shown. Speakers are
Mrs. Joseph Rocklin and Mrs
Howard Horn. Chairman is Mrs
Arthur Blechman.
AIRS. HARRY ROSt.fiZlAIT
n. 7345 SW 133rd Ter on
v c mi sdaj noon Speaker is Mrs
our Goldstein. Chairman is
"'i- Morry Cutler
Southwest: Fashion show at
home of Mrs. Roberta Flachner
4410 SW 102nd Ct., on Tuesday at
8 p.m. Documentary film. "Come
with Me My Brother." will be
shown. Honored guests will be
Mr. and Mrs. Matathis E. Frances,
who have both graduated from
ORT schools. Chairman is Mrs
Stephen Hutt.
North Miami: Fashion show at
home of Mrs. Matthew G. Ettin-
ger, 18015 NW 17th Ave.. on Mon-
day, 8:30 p.m. Speaker is Mrs.
Neil Hoder. Chairman is Mrs.
Jerome Frankel.
e *
Sooth Miami: Luncheon and
fashion show at home of Mrs. Alan
Girl Scouts
Asked to Service
All registered Brownies and
Girl Scouts and adults active in
Girl Scouting have been invited to
attend services at Temple Tiferefh
Jacob on Friday evening. Mar. 8.
Designated as Girl Scout Sab-
bath, beginning a week-long cele
hration of Girl Scout Week, full
uniform is requested.
Following the service, Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Brikled will host the
Oneg Shabbat in honor of the oc-
casion. Mrs. Brikled is district
chairman of Flamingo District
Girl Scout Council of Tropical
Florida.
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and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chasan.
Great-grandparents are Mrs. Bar-
nett Shpritz. of Baltimore. Md.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Luhroth.
of New York. Louis Schwartzman
is executive director ot the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education hero.
*
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was horn Jan. 15, tO Mr. and Mr-
He, hert Valof, of Fast Orange,
N.J. Mrs. Yalol Is the former
[na Schwartt, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leopold Schwartz, of Miami
Beach The couple's firs! child is
l.,.s||e. DOV Paternal grand-
parents are Mrs. Frank Borle and
Albert Yalof, both of New York.
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Friday, March 1, 1963*
Socialite ... b\i ^Tsab
rove
Continued from Page IB
New York, mother of Nat Pol-
lack And lor two weeks.
Mrs. Henrietta Bulvanker. Bister
of Annette (Mrs. Nat1 Pollack,
visiting at the Pollack home.
8600 SW 20th St. .
Arlene and Larrie. Blasberg
and his mother. Mrs. Lillian Bias-
berg, entertaining out-of-town
funeral directors at the De Con-
tinental and Les Violins .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Halperin
and daughter, Arlene, accompan-
ied by his mother, Mrs. Esther
Halperin. winter guest at the
Sterling Hotel, flew to New York
to attend the wedding of a niece.
Convalescing at home on Pinta
Rd., Art Shandlolf recuperating
from recent surgery.
:
Entertaining out-of-town and
local friends. Mrs Claire Katz.
host for a luncheon and card
party at her home. 2300 SW 21>t
Ter., on Tuesday Guests en-
joying her hospitality erc Mrs.
Helen Freed and Mrs. Miriam
Gottlieb, of New York. Mrs. Dav-
id (Mildred) Shwiller. Mrs. Sim-
on (Sylvia) Sanders, and Mrs.
Tina Katz, past and present of-
ficers of the Ann Frank Chapter
BB Also Mrs. Florence Pow-
ers. Mrs. Lena Helitzer and
daughter of the hostess. Mrs.
David (Carolyn) Hess, who was
appointed vice president ot mem-
bership for the Community Con-
certs by Beach Mayor Kenneth
Oka last week at the Eden Roc.
* *
In town for the Israel art ex-
hibition. Consul Zeev Z. Dover
for the Southeastern United
States ... He and his charming
wife hosts to a preview at the
Museum of Modern Art The
exhibition, part of a 'cultural ex-
change program between the
U.S. and Israel Government, in-
cludes the works of 42 contem-
porary Israeli artists Head
ed by Mrs. David Drucker. host-
es- committee members arc
Mesdames Jack Katzman. Oida
C. Rubin. Emil Friedlander.
James Albert. Kenneth Oka.
David Muskat. Harvey Kramer.
Leon Kronish. Rose Kaplan. Dor-
Oth) Krieger Fink. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, and Miss Lillian
Goodman.
t
Pre-teen-ager Melodye Allain.
daughter of the Conrad Allains.
marked her natal day with a
round dozen of her friends at fes-
tivities at Wcstbrooke Country
last weekend .
Ninth grade honor student at
Ponce de Leon. Elliott Sutta. has
been elected to National Honor j
Society there Energetic young
man is secretary of the Civics
Club and president of his groups
debating team He's the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sutta.
1335 Sorolla. and grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman.
Cutie pie Joan Barbara Glover,
all of four years old last week,
made a weekend celebration ot
the occasion Daughter of Dr
and Mrs. Nathan Glover. 42 Sa-
mana. the sub-deb entertained
her maternal grandparents. Dr.
and Mrs. Ezekiel Lannau. in the
evening, and on Sunday after-
noon her tiny friends from the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center Nursery School .
Baby brother. Alan Morton, If.
months, didn't seem to fit m
either group Rabbi Landau,
scion of a famous rabbinical
family, has been spiritual lead-
er of I'nited Hias Service for 22
years and is rabbi of Congrega-
tion Beth Israel in Manhattan
. Took time out to fly d0Wn
for birthday celebration ot his
granddaughter.
Linda Baskind, junior at ihe
University of Florida, was elect-
ed managing editor of "Semi-
nole." her school's yearbook
She's also editor of the Delta Phi
Epsilon ad book Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Baskind
7727 Dickens Ave., Linda is j
I960 alumna of Miami Beah
High, where she served on the
editorial stalf of the school year-
book. "Typhoon."
THANK YOU
MY WINDS, TOR YOUR VOTE LAST TUESDAY!
I NiiD jTOOR CONTINUED SUPPORT
ON TUESDAY, MARCH 12th!
>u*
Women's Division
In Games Day
Next scheduled game day lor
the Women's Division, Chamber <>i
Commerce. Surf side. Bay Harbor
and Bal Harbour, is Tuesday, l
p.m.. at the Singapore Hotel.
The organization's monthly
luncheon, held Wednesday, featur
ed a 'Matinee of a Broadway
Show." by Pat Bromberg and Pat
Gail.
Reservation chairmen were Mrs
Adele Katz and Mrs. Helen Bur-
man.
Outstanding art work based on Jewish themes in clay, ceram-
ics and still liie made by boys and girls of the Art Depart-
ment of Temple Beth Shirah will be part of the Art Exhibition
sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Mrs. Morris
A. Skop, art supervisor in the Temple, and art instructor in the
Dade County public schools, and Mrs. Bernhardt Chesman,
school supervisor were the judges. Top (left to right) are
Debby Shkoler, Chuck Ehrlich, Mrs. Skop, and Kenneth Neu-
man. Bottom (left to right) are Robin Stone, Jill Aaronson,
and Paula Mandel.
Post-Confirmands Dr. Wolison fa Talk
Meet for Dinner
Post-confirmation club of Tem-
ple Beth Am held its monthly din-
ner meeting at the home of Presi-
dent Mark Freeman, 530 Tibidabo
Ave
Guest speaker was Dr. Irwin
Lesser, who discussed "Future
Vocations."
Those present were Phil Isis,
Dick Abel. Eunice Tall. Stephanie
Jordan. Leslie Reiken. Stephanie
Glaubman. Judy Clein, Richard
Roth. Judy Spiegel, Ira Green,
Linda Gross. Larry Gliekman.
Inane Selditch, Roger Angel, Bob
Prater. Elaine Brenner, and Linda
Gre< ii.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will speak
on ""The Pursuit ot Happiness"
on Tuesday morning for the Spi-
noza Outdoor Forum, now meet-
ing on the 10th St. Beach at 9 a.m.,
following the Slimnastic Club di-
rected by Lillian Friedlander.
Naomi Hadassah
To Hear Sullivan
Naomi Group of Hadassah will
hold a regular meeting on Mon-
day evening, Mar. 11, at the Tastee
Inn.
Dan Sullivan, head of the Miami
Crime Commission, will be fea-
tured speaker. His subject will
be "Crime in Miami,"
Women's Auxiliary
Planning Seminar
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinia
Hospital will hold Its second an-
nual Chairmen's Seminar on Wed-
nesday in Wolison Auditorium of
the hospital. The program will
start at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. A. Her-
bert Mathes. president, will con-
duct the meeting.
The role each department plays
will be presented by its respective
chairman, followed by discussions
and final summary
The following subjects will be
discussed: "Recruitment." by Mrs.
John Owen, vice president; "De-
partment Orientation and Train
ing." by Mrs. Yale N. Levinson,
vice president; "Contents and Pur-
pose of the Evaluation Book." by
Mrs. Arthur Burrell. vice presi-
dent; and "Public Relations." by
Mrs. Carl Susskind. vice presi-
dent.
Mrs. Aaron Farr. parliamentar-
ian; Mrs. Raymond Feiner, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Lawrence
Singer, recording secretary: and
Mrs. Murray Kern, assistant finan-
cial secretary, will summarize the
discussions.
Mrs. Leonard Wien. chairman
ol the seminar, is being assisted
by Mrs. Mickey Michaels. Mrs
Ralph Duber. Mrs. Sidney Teller.
Mrs. Sidney Gruber and Mrs.
William Wickman.
*********
Group
No. 10
DEMOCRATIC
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Group
No. 10
DEMOCRATIC
ELECT
Bernard B E R M A N
YOUR ALL DADE REPRESENTATIVE
FOR STATE LEGISLATURE
PLEDGES
AID TO SENIOR CITIZENS
REPEAL BOAT TAX
REDUCE INSURANCE
RATES
INCREASE WORKERS
COMPENSATION
BENEFITS
REDUCE INVENTORY TAX
INCREASE SCHOOL
BENEFITS
NO SALES TAX ON
FOOD OR MEDICINES
QUALIFICATIONS
COUNCILMAN
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
DIRECTOR
TRI COUNTY LEAGUE
FORMER ASSISTANT
ATTORNEY GENERAL
RETIRED AIR FORCE MAJC?
ACTIVE MEMBER
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JWVAmerican Legion-
Knights of Pythias
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ENDORSED BY
DADE COUNTY FEDERATION OF LABOR
DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION OF HIALEAH
ALL-FLORIDA VOTERS LEAGUE
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Adath Yeshurun Special Service
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Florido Chapter. Women's Branch of the Union
o( Orthodox Jewish Congregations of Amer-
ica, will have it" annual conference on Mar. 5
at Waldman's Hotel. At a rehearsal of the
skit, The Unbroken Chain," to be the high-
light ot the afternoon session, are (left to right)
Mrs. Leah Fine, director, Mrs. Margo Green-
berg, Mrs. Bea Insler, and Mrs. Irene Cooper-
man, Beth Israel; Mrs. Minerva Cohen, pianist,
Beth El; and Mrs. Thelma Weimann, narra-
tor, Beth Israel. Theme of the conference is
"Ayshes Chayil" Women of Valor. The
morning season will feature a panel of rabbis
discussing the topic, "Modern Woman in
Tornh Law." Those participating are Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. Beth El; Rabbi David Lehr-
field, Kneseth Israel; and Rabbi Louis Rott-
man. Beth Israel. The conference will be at-
tended by women of the areo Sisterhoods af-
filiated with UOJCA. Miss Annette Levitt is
reservations chairman.
On Friday evening, Rabin Jonah
E. Caplan will conduct a special
consecration service to dedicate
uonorials and memorials donated
by members oi the Temple.
Included air stained window in
the Banctuarj. the \ r Ta i i (th
El th..I Light i, read ng tatl
morial tablets. Mez i (or th
school classrooms, chapel
sanctuarj. i mders pla |ues
'he lobl j of the buildl
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Charles Rosenberg, president of
the Temple, announced that the r<-
modeling of the Temple has be-
gun, and that the congregation is
now in the last lap of the camp tigq
fund initiated in December at a
testimonial dinner in honor t
Rabbi Caplan.
Dr. WoJ/son in Talk
"Socrates and Spinoza" was to
be the subject ol a talk b> Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, director of the
Spinoza Outdoor Korum, at a
lecture Thursday, 9 am on the
loth St. beach.
Pioneer members of the Cedars nf Lebanon
Auxiliary receive the President's Award gold
pin Irom Mrs. Nathaniel Levin at ceremonies
here. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Mor-
ris Blau. David Stuzin, Mitchell Goldman,
Lawrence Adler, Samuel T. Sapiro, Nalhan'.el
Levin, Joe Earchan, B. F. Breslauer, Max Pep-
Sweet Sixteen
For Janie Fried
i Fried, daughter of Mr.
Aiix Fried. 1310 Jeffer-
ill be feted on her 16th
ith a luncheon Sunday
\ [ii rs Hotel. Centerpiece
1 II be a pink, heart-shaped cake
the :;n guests will be
-I .i.ii'.ii- eo-students from
Beach Senior High, her
'"I and .mid mot her. Mrs. Philip
'.nk. Mrs. George Whitney, and
i In, Miss Michelle Whitney.
Margaret Newman Steam is ex-
acted tn fly down from New York
celebrate the occasion with her
1 Ige niece
Outside activities tor the birth-
i girl include piano lessons.
orseback-riding and working as
volunteen at Mt. Sinai Hospital
JAN'C fSIED
per, Gertrude Dunner, David Hess. Standing
(left to right) are Mesdames Jerry Weiss, Philip
Waishaw, M. E. Glasser, Benjamin Oritt, Jacob
Colsky, Doran Zinner. Ted Lotterman, Norman
Brown, Herschel Leschel. Robert Werner, and
Abe Aronovitz.
Musical Program
Sunday Evening
Sarah Fershko, soprano, an.I
Hayim Fershko. pianist-composer,
v ill be heard in a program of in-
ternational songs and ballads at
Hibiscus Auditorium on Sunday
evening, 8 p.m.
Originally from Poland, the
couple lived through the Hitler
tenor and World War II. and came
to Israel in 1950. They have
since toured Canada, Mexico, and
the U S.
Mr. and Mrs. I-Vishko were Star-
red on the Kd Sullivan Show sev-
eral years ago. They have been
brought for their concert appear-
ance to Miami by their childhood
friend. Joseph Waldman. of 1818
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
The program Sunday will Include
songs in Hebrew. Yiddish. Russian
and English,
THE MESIVTA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL OF GREATER MIAMI
TAKES GREAT PRIDE IN PRESENTING
"THE WORLD'S GREATEST CANTOR"
MOSHE KOUSSEVITSKY
AT THE
First Annual Concert
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 16th at 8:15 o'clock
MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
CONCERT COMMITTEE
Chairman-LEO ROBINSON Hon. Chairman-JACOB C. CCHEN
Co-Chairmen
HARRY GENIT CHARLES FRUCHTMAN LOUIS MERWITZER
ALEXANDER MOSKOVITS SA/V.JEL REINHARD
Proceeds From Concert Will Be Used For Scholarship Fund.
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Friday, March 1, 19--
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
When Joan Field was a four-year-old, her parents put a violin into
her hands, and it has stayed there ever since. The violin has chang-
ed: it is now a beautiful 1G98 Stradn arius, but the love, the passion,
and the desire to become a great violinist has never wav-
ered since that day when she was four. Joan led a very cloistered life,
not having an opportunity to make friends and to play, because of the
time-consuming practice. As a child of ten. she went to Europe to
study Fiddle in hand, she traveled alon back
and forth across the continent. When she
was fifteen, she came back to New York to
make her debut with the New York Philhar-
monic.
As a devoted wife and mother, it is hard
for Joan to say a casual 'goodbye'* to her
husband, Alan Reskin. and sons. Charles and
David and go to Europe. This is the seventh
year that she has gone on a concert tour, as
well as to record for Decca. One of the finest
stereo studios for recording is in West Ber-
lin. A frown wandered over Joan's pretty
face when she recalled the Berlin Wall. On
one side, light and happiness; on the other,
it is as if the war had ended the day before.
The bunker where Hitler killed himself still
lies on its side. This year, for the first time,
Joan is going to Israel, and she is breathless
JOAN with excitement and anticipation.
As an artist, Joan lives a quiet life. Her family are all musicians
in their own right, so there is never a minute when music isn't being
discussed or played. She practices a great deal, and also reads a lot.
She leans toward the classics and poetry. She always has a book
handy and has read her way through many of them in jets and ships
across the Atlantic. She play-: piano, too. In her quiet way. Joan also
likes to cook, and boasts proudly that she makes cakes and cookies
from (lour and eggs, butter and sugarnot from a mix. Every inch
the artist, and every inch the friend, was demonstrated some time back
when she performed at the funeral of a dear fnend. "He wculd have
liked it." she said.
It has always been her life's desire to have a chamber music quar-
tet in Miami. Upon her return here in May, Joan will name the mem-
bers of the string group of which she will be director and first violinist.
It is an exciting first" that she has to look forward to. Joan has a
rare quality: not only is she ;i wonderful musician, but a straightfor-
ward, fine quality of sincerity, graciousness. and friendship permeates
her whole lowly personality, making all Miami call her "our Joan
Field."
POT LUCK
A Pot Luck supper out at the home of Roz and Howard Hirsch for
the Alpha Epsilon Phi gals was quite an elaborate affair. The filled
pots were attractively displayed with the cook's name on a card beside
it. Nothing was left but some fried chicken (made at a drive-in). The
chocolate cakes baked by Ruth (Mrs. David) Ritas and her daughter,
Harriet, went like mad. Naomi (Mrs. Marvin) Zank made a fancy
fruit pie, but she's keeping the recipe secret. Joan and Albert Mor-
rison, Jr.. Mikki and Morris Futernik. Joan and Eugene Bloom. Sue
and Richard Helfman, Judy and Arthur Gilbert, Gail and Max Speigel-
man. Rose Marie and Stanley Roth. Barbara and Howard Katzen. and
Rhoda and Morris Levitt were among the gang looking cute in pants.
The silk dresses belonged to Red and Sam Elinoff. Florence and Sid
Lewis. Mildred and Jess Spirer. and Helen and Rudolph Singerthe
wives I mean. One of the attractiens of the evening, beside the food
and the poker games, was the new grand piano. It played marvelous
musicit was a player piano. Roz' living room literally knocks out
the eye of the beholder. Bright fire engine red wall-to-wall carpeting
is accented by two walls of bright red. too. Very different.
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EVERYTHINGS DIVIDED THESE DAYS
Young leadership, old leadership, new leadership, static leadership
every leader has a place. However, there still hasn't been a division
of "About to Be's" and "Has Becns." Dianne and Danny Heller staged
a cocktail party in honor of Alan Sagner, of Newark. N.J. (Young Lead-
ership UJA). It was a fun evening. Among guests were Nancy and
Joe Kantor. Ruth and Marshal Russ. Marilyn and Harry Smith. Ilene
and Sam Luby. Jr., Ilene and Lloyd Russkin. Doris and Milton Sadoff,
Josie and Carl Bauman. Lynn and Louis Wolfson, Harriet and Marshall
Harris, and Arlene and Larrie Blasberg.
WHEN IS A GREEN THUMB A DIFFERENT COLOR?
Lil Duntov's green thumb turned into a rainbow when she received
five red and blue ribbons on the eight arrangements that she turned in
for judging at the Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club Flower Show. Five
out of eight. Pretty good.
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SHE WENT INTO THE KITCHEN
Inez Krensky went into the kitchen at the Eden Roc Hotel to make
sure that the salad plates looked just right for the CJA luncheon that
she chaired last Friday. She was satisfied. It was a lovely affair.
Mrs. Jack Ablin and Mrs. Sam Blank were in conference for a few
minutes. Mrs. A. L. Glickman made sure that her mother, Mrs. Mat-
tie Washton, was at her own table. Seen at some of the other beauti-
fully-decorated tables were Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs. Chester Krone,
Mrs. A. J. Molosky. Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Mark Harris. Mrs. Joseph
Ketsky, Mrs. Irvin I.evenson. Mrs. Ruth Johnson Bergcr. Mrs. Frank
Frankel, Mrs. Jack Carner. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Sidney
Lefcourt came together from Coral Gables.
Peau de Soie
For Miss Fisher
Sharon Fisher and Stephen H.
Portman were united jn marriage
Sunday evening. Feb. 24. at the
Algiers Hotel, where a reception
and seated dinner followed the
ceremony. Rabbi Norman Sha-
piro officiated.
The new Mrs. Portman is .ne
daughter of Mrs. Lillian Weiss, of
Coral Gables. She is a graduate
of Oxford Private School and at-
tended the Universities of Ala-
bama and Miami.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Portman. ol
Merrick. NY., and No. Miami
Beach. Now associated with chil-
dren's wear firms in New York,
he is a graduate of the Mephani
High School and Hofstra College
in New York, where he was voted
Nassau County's leading basket-
ball scorer. He was also voted to
the New York Daily Mirror and
Daily News all-scholastic basket-
ball teams.
Given in marriage by her broth-
er, Howard Fisher, the bride wore
an ivory peau de sole gown with
a beaded alencon lace bodice fea-
turing a scoop neckline and elbow
sleeves. The controlled skirt,
with front appliques of beaded
lace, fell to a flowing chapel train.
A double layer of poufed French,
imported illusion was held by an
ivory beaded alencon turban.
She was attended by Mrs. How
ard Fisher, matron of honor. Joy
Silverman, junior bridesmaid, and
Berret Fisher, flower girl. Gary:
Drew was ring-bearer.
The bridegroom's father served
as his best man, and Donald Fine,
Bernard Eisenstein and Fredrick
Silver were ushers.
After a honeymoon trip to St.
Armands Key. the newly-married
couple will live in North Miami
Beach.
Arizona Rites *
For Newmans
Miss Heather Bayme Sim.
Dallas. Tex., a former resit)
Miami Beach, and William
ry Newman, Jr., were man
Hi-nee, Ariz.
Announcement of the nupti :.
made by the bride's gran m
Mrs. Milton D. Dreyfus. Miami
Beach, whose late husband
executive president of the N
al Children's Cardiac Hospr
Werner K*hn
MRS. MICHAEL BREGMAN
Purim Masquerade Ball
Southwest Jewish Center Sister-
hood is having a Purim masquer-
ade ball on Saturday night. Mar.
2, at the Center. Prizes will be
awarded for best costumes, and
dancing will be to the music of
the Blue Notes.
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Miss Susan Fahnnkant became
the bride of Michael Bregman on
Sunday. Feb. 24. in 5 o'clock
rites at Beth Torah Congregation.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fabricant,
13605 NE 5th Ave.. No. Miami.
The groom's parents are Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Bregman, 1510 Bay
Dr.. Miami Beach.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Rob-
ert Katz. Best man for the groom
was Robert Krantz.
Ushers included Michael Fabri-
kant. Ira Bregman. Blair Ribiat
and Richard Ribiat
For her wedding, the bride
chose a chantiliy lace gown with
a sealloped-edged neckline trim-
med with seed pearls and sequins.
The bridal ensemble also included
a softly cascading veil, a tiara of
pearls, and a bouquet of white
roses and orchids.
Newlywed Mrs. Bregman grad-
uated from North Miami Senior
High and attended the Universtiy
ol Miami. She is presently em-
ployed at the Metropolitan Bank.
The groom attended Miami
Beach High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he was
affiliated with Tau Delta Phi Frat-
ernity. He is with the Economy
Packing House.
A wedding dinner followed the
ceremony. Following a honey-
moon spent in Mexico, the couple
will live in Surfside.
Gold, Gelman
In Nuptials Here
Carrying her great-grand
ei's h a n d embroidere I hai
chief, Paula Evelyn Geim;
changed nuptial vows with
rence Helvin Gold on Sat
Feb. 23.
Site of the evening cen
performed by Rabbi Eugene
vitz. was Michel's Rests
where a reception and dinm
lowed.
Attended by her sister, Loi
man. the bride wore a street
gown of white satin brocade
sleeveless frock had a V-nei
Aline skirt, and short mat i.
jacket.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs u
Gelman, the new Mrs. Col
graduate of Miami Beach gh
and attended Dade Count} in-
ior College.
Her husband is a gradu. ol
: Miami High and Dade t
Junior College and attende :he
University of Miami. He i :he
son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Gold
S\V 22nd Ter. Steve Stern -
as his best man.
New address for the
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OPENING night at Temple
Beth Am's Playhouse on Sat-
urday night featured "Oree Upon
a Show." written and direeted by
Eleazer Greensteln. Enjoying
the occasion was Mrs. Howard
Drusin, dressed in a grey orange
and jellov. print. Mrs. Melvin
Frumkes chose muted yellow as
her color. Her slim skirt was
ilh a matcher sweater.
which [eatured alencon lace ap-
plique A midnight blue crepe
Iress was worn by Mrs
Norman Nash. Her sleeveless
sheath featured a scooped decol-
eekhne.
Mrs Marvin Markowitz' black
ilk sheath featured an over-all
embroidery ol black on black
and -hades of blues and
blended in the foliage
print in by Mrs. Stanley Well-
Mrs Jerry Rosen combined
red velvet and white cashmere
for an eyecatching ensemble.
Her sweater was fur-trimmed
tor an added touch of elegance
lulRS. Milton Korotkin chose
nn unusual Italian sweater
for the local point of her ensem-
ble. In a champagne color, the
lull-looking fur blend had the
classic cardigan neckline and
bracelet length sleeves. An out-
standing theatre coat was worn
by Mrs. Hella Herman. Old-
world artistry was seen in her
magnificent tapestry coat cut in
lull voluminous fashion. A two-
piece theatre' suit of black silk
alpaca was the choice, for the
evening, of Mrs. Bernard Silver-
stein.
Ms Murray Dubbin selected an
iced blue tatfeta, with a low-
scooped neckline and bouffant
skirt. The waistline dipped
slightly, creating a long torso ef-
fect. Silk and cashmere were
the combination of Mrs. Alan
Kessler. Her ensemble featured
matching coordinated of citron
yellow. A black alpaca shift
was worn by Mrs. Sol Meyerson,
Detailing was emphasized with
SOUtash braiding.
Finkels Reveal
Nancy's Troth
Mr and Mrs. E. M. Pinkel, for-
merly ol Newark, N. J.. now of
Miami lieach. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Nan-
cy, to Richard Barrie.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and is attend-
in. the t Diversity of Miami.
Hit fiance will graduate, with
honors, from the University of
Miami in June. He is a member
ol I'ln Kappa Phi and Beta Gam-
ma Sigma, national honorary so-
The prospective bridegroom is
oi Mrs. Lucille Barrie. of
Ne York, and George Barrie.
Miami lieach.
Following their marriage, plan-
ned for September, the young
couple will live in New York City
MRS. IRA StlKOWITZ
Selkowitzes Will
Live on Beach
A double ring ceremony at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom on Sunday, Feb.
24. united Miss Nancy Sonnett,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Sonnett, 1360 Stillwater Dr.. and
Ira Selkowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Selkowitz.. 3633 Flamingo Di*.
Hahbi Leon Kronish officiated.
Both graduated from Miami
Beach High, and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami, where the bride-
groom received his BBA degree.
The bride wore a ballerina-
length gown of white brida taffeta
reembroidered in lace with seed
pearls around the neckline and
bodice. Her shoulder-length il-
lusion veil was set on a pearl en-
crusted pillbox, and she carried
her confirmation Bible covered
with a cascade of white roses
Best man for the groom was his
brother. Gary Selkowitz. and Mi-
Michael Weiss attended the bride
as matron of honor.
Atfer a honeymoon trip to Puer-
to Rico, the couple will live in
Miami Beach.
Krawitz, Tempter
Exchange Vows
A high noon wedding ceremony
on Sunday, Feb. 24, united Carole
Ann Templer and Theodore hlra-
v. itz. Rabbi Meyer AramOWltZ of-
ficiated at the nuptials, held at
the Algiers Hotel, where a recep-
tion and formal dinner followed.
The bride is the daughter Of
Mr. and Mrs. George Templer,
9U80 W. Bay Harbor Dr. Her sis-
ter. Rita Templer. was her only
attendant.
Best man to the bridegroom was
his brother. Barry Krawitz, and
Paul Templer, the bride's brother,
served as usher.
The new Mrs. Krawitz is a grad-
uate of Sullivan High School in
Chicago and of the advertising
display art department at Lnul-
siy Hopkins,
Her husband, now a commercial
artist at Lansburgh's Department
Store in Washington, D.C., attend-
ed the University of Miami and
advertising school. A graduate ol
Miami Senior High, he is a post
president of the High School Re-
ligious Council, and a charter
member of Sigma Phi.
Parents ol the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Krawitz. of
We.-t Hyattsville, Md., where the
newlyweds will live.
MRS. THEODORF KRAWITZ
Arilinnr,
MISS NANCY fINKH
Miss Brauer Eyes June Rites
Mr, and Mrs. Ralph If. Brauer,
"I Forest Hills, N.Y., announce
'! engagement of their daughter.
Suzanne Kay, to Harry H. Eisen-
!l son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Eisenberg, 4421 Sheridan Ave..
Miami Beach.
The luturc bride is a graduate
"I New York City Community
-' of Applied Arts and
Sciences, where she was on the
| Dean's List and received a Legal
Department award. She is a
member of Tau Phi Sigma, honor
society.
The prospective bridegroom,
formerly of Hartford, Conn., at-
tended Yeshiva University of New
York and Columbia University. He
is now regional sales manager in
charge of marketing for Maiden-
form.
Following their marriage in
June, the couple will live in Miami
Beach.
Miss Stein Eyes
Summer Rites
Miss Sharon Linda Stein and
Jay Alan Steinberg are planning
a summer wedding.
Announcement of the engage-
ment is being made by the future
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al
Stein. Dupont Hotel.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mrs. Helen Steinberg,
Florida Rabbis
At Universities
Rabbi Daniel Lowy, of Temple
Sinai of North Dade, will repre-
sent the Jewish Chautauqua So-
ciety at Volusia County Commun-
ity College in Daytona Beach next
Tuesday. He will speak at the
morning assembly in the Camp-
bell High Auditorium on "The Peo-
ple of the Book."
Dr. Lou II. Silberman, profess-
or of Jewish Literature and
Thought at Vanderbilt University.
Na.-bville. Tcnn., will represent
the Society at the University ot Mi-
ami from Sunday through Thurs-
day next week. He will partlci-
! pate in Religious Emphasis Week
program to be held there.
Dr. Sidney M. Lcfkowaz. of Con-
1 gregation Ahavath Chesed in Jack-
sonville, will represent the Society
. al Stetson University in Deland.
from Monday to Friday. The rab-
' bi will participate in the Religious
Emphasis Week program at the
university
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BROTHERHOOD AWARD WINNER SURVEYS ROLE
r^cspoi tsioUity
unity
is MISS ROCHUlf KRADMAN
Kradman, Hayes
Plan for Fall
Mr. and Mrs. David Kradman,
780 73rd St.. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Rochellc
Linr'a, to Louis David Hayes, son
of Mrs. Rose Hayes. 1710 Meridian
Ave.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High, where she was
a majorette for three years. She
intended the University of Flori-
da and is associated with Inter-
national Tours.
I have a feeling of humility in
receiving Ihia award.'" said Mrs
j Weintraub on accepting
tn< annual silver medallion Broth-
erhood Award Mondaj night at
the llth Southern region banquet
ol the National Conference of
Christian and .lews in the Fon-
i leau Hotel.
The latest in a long 11 t of hon-
ors heaped on Claire Weintraub
for her many years ol service to
the community, she believes that
When we live in a community
and gain so much from it. I think
it is only fair that we try to give
something back to ic."
Daughter of Florida pioneers,
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Cohen. Mrs.
Weintraub's father came here in
1896. She graduated in 1928 from
the University of Miami in the
first graduating class and then
married Attorney Sydney Wein-
MRS. SYDNtY WEINTRAUB
Israeli Art Will Go on View
Mrs. Emil Fricdlander. Mrs.
dent of Miami Beach for over 21
yean, attended Miami Beach
schools, and has been an active
participant and coach in local and
Miami Beach High Sohool sports
activities.
A veteran <:f the United State-
Marine Corps, he is athletic direc-
tor of the Doral Hotel and Coun-
try Club.
An early fall wedding is plan-
ned.
assistance of Mrs. E. Cohen, cura-
tor of prints and drawings at the
Bezalel National Museum of Art
in Jerusalem.
The exhibition, which is being
shown in art galleries throughout
the U.S.A., is sponsored by the
Israel Ministry for Foreign Af-
fairs and tne Israel Office ot In-
formation in New York.
Locally, the show is on'
display at the Museum of Modern
Art in Miami, arranged by the Is-
rael Consulate for the Southeast-
ern U.S. in Atlanta. An official
preview of the exhibition was
held there last Sunday.
Invitations have been extended
during 1962 and now ranks as 1.306 by the director of the Museum,
Shores Bank Expanding
The Peoples National Bank of
Miami Shores, which reported de-
posits of S21.866.882 on Dec. 31,
gained 13 places in its standing
among the 1.400 largest commer-
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largest in -ize compared with
1.319th place at the end of 1961.
Deposits of the bank totaled S20.-
128.017 a year ago.
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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
MlIM IWlllll1!im III I
GREAT ENTERTAINMENT: Eddie Fisher, who's breaking records
-e Eden Koc Cafe Pompeii, continues through Sunday. Then there
good possibility that he may be held over for another week. His
K#arance here, the first time in 12 years, has created much ado
' i. the show-goers. Fisher's personality reveals a marked maturity.
n't once U.o-easy-going lad now takes his work real seriously. Every
, in Ins repertoire is delivered with authority, with true showman-
ship ar.d he knows how to speak, as well as sing, with an air of hu-
ujlty and nothing throws him off stride during his crowd pleasing
w-rnuincfs nightly.
He really warms the hearts of his hearers when he steps down
from the stage, and walks among the audience, a la Al Jolson. He's
inly a treat to see and hear. Joe E. Lewis, rightfully billed as "The
King of Clubs." is due at the Eden Roc Cafe Pompeii on Tuesday. So.
if Fisher is held over, figure what a show will be on hand, the electri-
fy a sii jer and the king of comedians: Fisher and Lewis together.
Children Plan TV Purim Play
Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple F.maiui-F.l. and
the children of the Temple's Foun-
dation School will take part in a
special program highlighting the
festival of Purim to be telecast
on Ch. 2 on Thursday evening.
Mar. 7, starting at 8 p.m.
Highlight of the performance
will be the presentation of an ori-
ginal cantata written by Fay Fein-
Btein, Hebraic studies teacher, and
directed by Trixie Levin, dramat-
ics instructor. Florence Gold
ring, music- director, arranged the
special music for the TV show
Last week, the children ot the
Foundation School presented a
Lincoln-Washington program writ
ten and directed by Mrs. Ruth
Berger. gereral studies teacher.
Mrs. (ioldring and Mrs. Levin
assisted in the arrangements.
Robert Dein. George Eisman,
Kevin Prey, Alan Tepfer anrf
Stephen Unger represented Tem-
ple Emanu-El Religious School at
the Keren Ami workshop held at
' Beth David
A man with a plan, Marcello
Mastroianni, plots the "legal
demise of his wife in Joseph
E. Levine's prize winning
comedy, "Divorce Italian
Style," now being held over
at Wometco's Mayfair, Sun-
set, Normandie, and Parkway
Art Theatres. Co-starring is
Daniela Rocca.
We mentioned that singars (the best in the land, of course)
)-ive taken over our nitery stages here. This week bears that out
rore than ever. Joining Eddie Fisher in the vocal department we
find Ethel Merman at the Deauville Casanova Room, Tony Martin
,. the Fontainebleau La Ronde and the wonderful team of Steve g j0 jje Speaker
L^vrence and Eyde Gorme at the Diplomat Cafe Cristal.
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kierman is making her iirst nitery appearance here. Th- big-
has played in more hit musicals on Broadway than any
in history. To detail all the successes she's been spotlighted
need more space than we're entitled to.
Martin swings into La Ronde with a lot of new numbers and
by an excellent vocal group. The longtime singing favorite
Beach cafe goers. Tuny s dramatic tones and stylish presence
ng out the plush ringsiders
hasn't gone to the heads of Steve l.rwrence and Eyde
(l I, rhey're the same friendly, happy-go-lucky pair who have
i sands Of admirers for those traits, and. naturally, for their j
. ly fine vocal talents. Its always a treat and pleasure to |
hi them here again.
* *
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: The Coconut Grove Playhouse con
lure throngs with its great comedy-drama. "The Tenth,
|fs < \-!i tough to get a seat for the matinee performances on
& irdi and Wednesday, unless you make reservations well in ad-
[here's still two weeks left to see this warm and delightful
presentation authored bv the talented Paddy Chayefsky. whose name
well-known to theatre-goers that it gets the same-size billing as
titles of his hits. Jack Carter, the comedian whose versatility is
in an ueida ol entertainment, stars in "A Thousand Clowns.
n- at the Grove Theatre two weeks from Tuesday
The DiLido Hotel Theatre is offering an attractive package, which
incudes a full-course dinner; a seat for "The Fifth Season," the
iomedy hit; a cocktail in the nightclub after the stage presentation;
a-? show and dancing, all for one price.
ne of Rodgeri and Hammerstein's big ones. "The Sound of Mu-
sic i mes to Miami Beach for a four day run, at the Auditorium.,
Wednesday, Mar. 6. It sports a fine cast, including Jeanme
Ci ii and John van Dreelen
Patsj Abbotts cavorthV and singin- stir a storm of laughs nightly
timate bistro. "Patsy's Place." on 23rd St.. just a block west
of ., Roney. Patsv. who writes all her own material, also created the
Ii:.- for the recent Props show honoring Uncle Miltic, titled A Whirl
Berle." Patsy performs twice nightly, but never on Sunday, at
II id 12:30.
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MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER: A movie that's destined to
hi lor two more weeks at four theatres is the hilarious import from
It! Divorce Italian Style." It's packing 'em in at the Mayfair,
s 't Normandy and Parkway.
David and Lisa." which is the -sleeper" of the year in the film
d, will follow the comedy into most of the houses, starting on or
around Mar. 15.
The Longest Daw" featuring more than 50 top stars of America
ar. Europe, continues strong at the Lincoln Theatre, just as it is in all
it- showings on a reserved seat policy around the nation. Super
P' 'tography and the biggest war scenes ever put on film, realistic
'' Iramatic, enhance the popular appeal of the film.
ROUND ABOUT TOWN: With the International World Series
Cht ipionships recently completed at the Dania Jai-Alai Palace, much
attention will be focused on the upcoming Diamond Doubles Stakes.
This series of matches pits the eight top teams in the world against
' other, over a period of weeks. The Diamond Doubles competition
la year was won by Alex and Juanito. and they have been tabbed
ai the early team to beat in the fierce competition .
At Maxims, charming Lenke Billings, a brunet looker who is one
e financial backers of the Surfside dinery. and-the S. .1.1 Banmans,
' York. He's publisher of the New York Morning Telegraph anci
,! Racing Form. (Who do you like in the sixth. S.J.'.'>
Jay Morton, 1963 chairman for the March of Dimes, has set
M'. 16 as the March's date for the black tie affair in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontainebleau. Elliotf Roosevelt w.ll be guest .
speaker, fulfilling a date which his late mother, Mrs. Eleanor
Rtosevelt, agreed to. The affair, to be emceed by Dean Murphy, ;
"HI be $25 per plate. Chairman for the party is hard-working Mrs_
Esther Leviti, 6320 Alton Rd. She says that there is a mighty good
chance that Sammy Davis, Jr., will entertain. Party starting time
,s 7:30 p. m. .
Tony Sweet has signed the Treniers to another four-week stint at
Wl Cabaret Theater adjoining Tony's Fish Market. The exuberant
I of eight entertainers has been jamming the place for four shows
'l.v over the past month, and Sweet, who loves a place filled witn
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Manager Ashton Stanley has brought in a group that plays good
1 for dancing.
Julian Burg, of Burg Advertis-
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BY ALAN SHECTER
Educator Shows Overwhelming Concern for Youth
if you've seen a fourth grad-
er doing arithmetic lately, and
.v hi he's do-
don't p
lc. C ii a ii c e s
ire thai he sinv
understands
hmetic bet-
i than >
Ac< to
lard v. ,>il-
pri ipal at Gladeview
menti ry Sch are not
rize
mul i]
learning the "v thmeti.
and how it reallj "" -
more rnetl
adults than it i- foi our space
e children." Wollman tol I me.
Surrouric'ed by ChilcVe.i
Wollman favors teaching the
logic of arithmetic because he
believes they can transfer this
logic into solutions for other as-
pects of life. "Teaching the
why' of arithmetic provides
stimulation for the brighter
child, and at the same time gives
the duller child a better oppor
tunity to understand, too,'" the
Dade principal asserts. He urges
parents not to cling to the old
methods just because they are
more familiar.
With, his life completely sur-
rounded by children, including
four ol his own, Wollman uikcs
an unusually keen interest in the
. cial development ol young-
sters
At Gladeview. which v as one
(,< Da e' e i ated public
schi ols, v- pei ds
tim Iki with parents
about Hi' nenl problems
i!,p chil either with
parents
Half i : i '!' '
retarded, so that
blems are parti-
handle.
- be '
with i is accom;
ummers, when lie and
his family lake oil tor Camp
Ocala. "Kuls face life more
realistically in camp because
the> can't ruun home and have
their problems rationalized,"
Wollman explains. -They learn
how lo develop healthy social re-
lationships through team sports.
group activities and through
daily living with others their
own age.".
Because he loves the natural
beauty and life around Florida's
Ocala National Park, it's under-
standable that Wollman should
envision the camp as an ideal
place for kids in summertime.
He has invested both his time
and his money in making Camp
Ocala a Buccess,
Brooklyn-born, the 42-year-old
Wollman obtained his BS degree
at NYU, ;i Master's degree in
education at the I niversity ol
Miami, and returned Jo NYU lo
complete his doctorate courses.
Defies Prediction
Wollman's distinguished rec
ord oi service during Worl
II included the experience ol
having both of hi- leu- shatter-
ed "ben his plane crashed in
Saipan in 1945 He was miracul-
ously pulled from the plane
second.- before it exploded, lull
he subsequently suffered osteo
mylytis and paralysis in his leg
and was told he'd never walk
again.
Though he finally taught him-
self to walk again despite the
prophet- oi gloom, it is general-
ly understood that he doc- so
only with pain. If this is true,
it would appear that he bears the
pain better by involving him in the challenging world of chil-
dren.
Locking the Barn
Unlike many educators. Woll-
man expresses himself lucidly
and simply. He's a -stickier
for the basics in education-
reading ("and understanding"),
writing ("and really communi-
cating" and arithmci c ("so
thai consumer education has
meaning" I.
Wollman's bigge hope in the
field of education is to see psy
chological counseling extended
into all the public schools so as
to pin-point beginning psychoses
and neuroses in children before
they develop into deep-rooted
adolescent and adult problems
"This would be a way of locking
the barn before the horse is stol-
en." -ays the fascinating man.
who spends day and night, sum-
mer and winter, and work ai
play with Florida children.
B'nai B'rith to Co-Sponsor Lecture Here
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith will co-sponsor the appear-
ance of Rabbi Stanley Rabinowitz
in a lecture entitled "The Image
of the American Jew" to be held
?t Temple Menorah on Monday
t-vening. Mar. 11.
Rabbi Rabinowitz was recently
named "AZA Man of the Year"
by the National Executive Coun-
cil of B'nai B'rith in Washington.
Born and educated in the midwest.
Rabbi Rabinowitz served as Aleph
Gadol for AZA. and has taken an
active lead in national B'nai
B'rith youth activities.
Rabbi Rabinowitz served as
co-author of the pamphlets on
Je -_'.- ism published by B'nai
B'rith. He has been recently
appointed to serve as vice chair-
man of the National Youth Com-
mission of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization.
are for the birds!
Students to Meet
With Director
Beth Am parents of 9th and 10th!
graders will meet with Leon Fish-,
er, director of Jewish Family and ;
Children's Service, on Wednesday
| evening in the adult education
j room of the new school building.
Senior League of Temple Beth
Am will hold its first meeting on
Tuesday afternoon, 1 until 3 p.m.,
ii. the adult education room.
Guests are asked to bring chess
sets, checkers, cards and man
jong sets.
Henry Kaufman, temporary
| chairman, is in charge of arrange-
ments.
Judge Milton Friedman, past
piesident of the Southeast Region-
al B'nai B'rith Council, and past
president of District 5 of B'nai
B'rith. who has been associated
With Rabbi Rabinowitz from early
boyhood, will chair the Great
Ideas Lecture Series and introduce
the guest speaker.
Mrs. Billie Kern, district chair
man of adult Jewish education,
will approach individual lodges to,
insure an appropriate turnout for I
Rabbi Rabinowitz.
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Elath Mayor Addresses Miami Gathering
On Histadruf Achievements in Israel
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of at Beth David, Rabbi Shapiro, Louis Stern-
Beth David Congregation, leads a weekly shein, president of Beth David Congregation,
Businessmen's Torah Study group, which Harold Berke, Irving Spector, Murray Daum,
meets Wednesdays at 8 a.m. Left to right are and Emanuel Smith.
Emanuel Lubel, chairman of adult education
J$ar Martin Herman
I Bat Miuvah of Martin Allan,
sfjonof Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Her-;
man. will be celebrated on Sat-
urday morning, Mar. 2, in the main
anctuarj at Beth David Congre-
with Rabbi Norman N.
officiating.
Martin is an emhth grade, stu-
Palmetto Junior Hi^h and
ates in many school acti-
, laj tin' accordion and
baseball.
Tho Bar MiUvab'i parents will
thi i ineg Shabbat and Kid
following >orvicos Friday
and Saturday morning.
thi n- son with a two-week
trip tu Israel.
*
Richard and Ronn Silverstein
Temple Nir Tamid will be the
site of thi' Bar Mitzvah of Rich-
3'd and Uonn Silverstein during
lervices conducted by Rabbi Eu-
gene Labovitz on Saturday morn-
ing, Uar L'.
The twins are students at Nau
tilus Junior High and the Tem-
ple.- Religious School. They are
Ihe -on- of Mrs. Charlotte M. Sil-
\er.-tt in and Robert S. Silverstein.
Atarfin and Steven Vann
A reception will follow the cere-
mony.
* i> ft
Marvin and Steven Vann
Martin and Steven, twin sons
ot Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vann, 1851
SW 36th Ave.. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning
Mar 2, at Israelite Center. Rab-
bi Morton Malavsky will officiate.
Seventh grade students at Ponce
de Leon Junior High. Martin and
Steven play trombone in the band.
They have won several State
awards playing piano for the Na
tional Federation of Music Clubs,
and were soloists with the Miami
Symphonic Society Orchestra at
Barry College in 1962.
Martin and Steven will be hon-
ored by their parents at the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday evening, and
at a reception Saturday night at
the Country Club of Coral Gables.
*
Steven Reiner
On Saturday morning. Mar. 2,
Steven Reiner will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Zion, with Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman officiating.
The celebrant is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Reiner and grand-
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Katz
and Mr. and Mrs. Max Reiner.
A seventh grade student at West
Miami Junior High. Steven plans
to continue his studies in the
Temple's Confirmation Class.
Following the ceremony the par-
ents of the Bar Mitzvah will hon-
or him at the Kiddush.
* *
Philip Felson
Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mort
Felson. will become Bar Mitzvah
during services Saturday morning.
Mar. 2. conducted by Rabbi Mor-
ton Shalowitz at Congregation
Yehudah Moshe.
The celebrant is a student at
Junior High and Popiel Religious
School
Martin Herman
Sanford Roth
'1
Mr. and Mrs. Felson will honor
their son at the Oneg Shabbat on
Friday night and the Kiddush fol-
lowing the ceremony on Saturday.
*
Sanford Roth
Bar Mitzvah of Sanford, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Roth, and
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rothstein, will be observed during
Saturday morning services. Mar.
2. at Temple Beth Shirah. Rabbi
Morris Skop will officiate, assisted
by Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Sanford attends South Miami
Junior High School, and plays
trumpet in the school band. Among
his hobbies are oil-painting, wat-
er colors, and cartooning.
The Roths will host the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday evening and
Kiddush on Saturday morning in
honor of their son.
Youthful Joseph Levy, Mayor
ot Elath. Israel, HevJ into town
this week mi' lid hours, ami |.
n1 the energy that fairly seemed
to sprout from his pioneer's body
During Ins short stay in liehalt
of Israel Histadrut. Mayor Levy
had numerous meeting's here with
local civic and governmental lead-
ers, including a visit with Miami
Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka. went
to the Seaquarium. and was guest,
o'l honor at a reception Tuesday
evening in the home of Mrs. Jen-|
nie Grossingor under the auspices
of the local Histadrut Committee.
"We have a small aquarium in
Elath," Mayor Levy explained,
which is rich in many species of
fish. As a matter of fact, it is
one of our biggest tourist attrac-
tions. The biggest attraction
is, of course, King Solomon's
copper mines, just 15 miles north
of Elath."
Addressing an enthusiastic au-
dience at the home of Mrs. Gross-
inger. which also included Dr. Sol
Stein, of New York, national exec-
utive director of the Israel Hista-
drut Campaign Mayor Levy not-
ed that Elath's population today
i- some 9,000. In 1957. he said, it
was 800.
"And we're planning for 25.000
three or lour years from today,"
he added, emphasizing that the
opening of the waters Of Sl'.arm
i 1 sheikh, where Elath is situated,:
was a major factor .in the city'-
phenomenal growth.
"This was one of the major ac-
complishments of the Suez-Sinai
campaign," Mayor Levy explained,
"getting the Egyptian guns out of
the straits and opening Elath to
become Israel's window to Africa
and Asia."
Among the exciting things now
going on in Elath? "We're build
ing a new port capable of hand-
ling a million tons a year. Firs'
stage of completion will be at the
end of 1964, with a capacity of
hall a million 'on- i he tofl
ject < ne I E25 milli
- "We are also preparing to up
our limited reserves of water by
the 'retaliation of two units
manufacture _' under the Alex-
ander Zarchin process, which
will enable us to process sea
water into sweet water."
Mayor Levy said the units are
now in actual operation in Chi-
cago. They were built in the U.S.
by Fairbanks-Whitney under the
auspices of a recently-organized
Israel -Fairbanks-Whitney corpora-
tion.
Not affiliated professionally with
Histadrut. Mayor Levy neverthe-
less addressed the gathering Tues-
day night on Histadrut and its ac-
complishments in Israel. Moshe
Berman is executive director of
the Greater Miami Histadrut Com-
mittee Rabbi Leon Kronish. of
Temple Beth Sholom. is honorary
chairman here.
Academy Drive
Continues Here
Hebrev Academy of Greater, Mi-
ami is continuing its membership
drive
Goal is to increase the present
membership of 750 to t.ooo. ac-
cording to Hyman Galbut. chair-
man of the membership commit-
tee.
Principal of the school, located
at 2400 Pine Tree Dr., Miami
Beach, is Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Two concerts held recently, and
featuring Cantor Sholom Katz, of
Washington, D.C., benefited the
membership campaign, and at a
scheduled membership committee
meeting next week, other affairs
to be held will be planned.
Beth Am Plans Purim Carnival
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am
will hold a Purim carnival on the
grounds of the temple Sunday.
Mar. 10, starting at noon. Mrs.
Byron Cherkas is president of the
group.
Rides and Purim games will be
featured, and a clothes-line sale of:
arts and ceramics will offer the:
works of Fran Williams, Edan [
Graubman, Vanita Neubler, Paul |
Hagen and Shirley Green.
Portrait sketches will be made
by Marion Smith and Millicent
Asher.
Fine Arts group will hold its
next meeting on Sunday evening,
Mar. 17. in the adult education
room. Shirley Green will give a
short history of the artists to be
seen on the Panorama slides, with
Vincent Price narrating.
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the Hebrew Academy.
Co-chairmen of the affair. Will-
iam Goldworm and Herbert Hcik-
en. reported the luncheon will
honor Mortimer May. honorary
life president of the Southeastern
Region of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America. May is a past
national president of the Zionist
Organization of America.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Academy, which
is hosting luncheon meetings for
all Gold Coast civic, service,
fraternal and religious organiza-
tions, will deliver a speech on |
"Zionism's Link With Educa-
tion."
Louis Merwltier, president of
the Hebrew Academy, will extend
greetings to members of the Zion-
lub.
David Galbut, president of the
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Friday, March i. 1963
NO ARREST MADE
Nazi Pickets ADL Here;
Foss Sues for 'Failure'
To Protect Civil Rights
The Courier
Members of the American Nazi
Party, who keep announcing they
expect to open a headquarters of-
fice in Miami shortly, pitched
themselves into the headlines again
Tuesday when David Peterson be-
gan to picket before the Florida
Regional Offices of the Anti-De
famation League of B'nai B'rith.
Peterson, an American Nazi,
hoisted a red-lettered sign which
read: "Communism is Jewish"
and "ADL is Jewish Secret Po-
lice."
Peterson, 21, began his picket-
ing in khaki and wearing a
swastika armband about noon-
time. Moments before, he had
hopped from a car at 36 SE First
St. Quickly, a crowd gathered,
arc1 very shortly one of the
spectators cried out: "Let's get
him."
Miami police immediately mov-
ed in. Charles Sapp, police in-
telligence sergeant, stepped up to
Peterson and informed him he was
"taking you under protective cus-
tody." Peterson resisted. Sgt.
John Quinn came to Sapp's assist-
ance. Moments later, several oth-
er officers grabbed Peterson and
carried him away, face down,
through the Seybold Arcade, while
the watching crowd cheered.
Sapp was among Miami police
rfficers and law enforcement
agents who were several weeks ago
cited by Sholem Lodge of B'nai
B*rith at ceremonies here for
their job in the sensational crack-
ing of the Donald Branch case.
The Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith is currently be-
ing sued for $1,100,000 damages
by Roger C. Fost, of the Amer-
ican Nazi Party, who was ar-
rested last summer for doing
what Peterson tried Tuesday
picketing with loathsome anti-
Semitic signs. Foss served six
months in the city stockade here.
He is charging the ADL and five
Miami police officers with de-
priving him of his right to pick-
et peaceably and of "deprivation
of his right to police protection
in the pubi.'c streets, regard-
less of political beliefs."
The complain! has been filed in
the Southern District Court of
Florida
Dragged away from t"ie site of
his picketing, Peterson said: I'm
here to protest ag;iin.-t Jew tyran-
ny, I belong to the American Nazi
Party. We're going to open a
headquarters here in a few weeks."
"We didn't book him." Sgt. Sapp
said later. "We treated him no
different than we did the pacifists
at the Cuban riot."
Who said the Beach is moving
North? Dr. Abraham Wolfson
has moved his Spinoza Forum
from nth St. south to the 10th
St. beach ... Nat Popick, of
Washington is visiting his broth-
er, Jack, for a few days This
is the 50th year in the soft u'rink
business for the Pepsi-Cola mog-
ul, Nathan Darsky ... All of
us will miss Jack Harding, who
lifted the University of Miami
to national athletic recognition
with speed and dignity.
Milton Berle dropped over at
the Blackstone Retirement Hotel
on Monday afternoon to enter-
tain the senior citizens, including
Mrs. Pauline Schwartz, a per
manent resident and long-time
friend of Uncle Millie's mother
. Herb Green, of Food Fair,
named to Metro's Speakers Bu-
reau on Safety.
Arthur Pekelner, preside'.t.
announced (he removal of Inter-
coastal Boat Yard. Inc to its
new drydock and other marine
facilities at 316 SW No. River
Dr. Ted Fi. kel and Harild
Abbott led the entire country in
sales for National Lite Insur-
ance Company of Vermont last
month New assistant cash-
iers at Mercantile National Bank
of Miami Beach are Nelson Her-
xog. University of Florida grad-
uate and a native Miamian, and
Dr. Felix H. Reyler, former ap-
pellate judge in Cuba ... An-
other Cuban refugee, Jorge
Nunez, has been named foreman
at Eli Motors, Miami Renault
dealership. He is a graduate of
the University of Havana.
*
Wometco Enterprises, headed
by Mitchell Wolfson, has taken
over Shanks Distributing Co., I
Inc., of Columbia, S.C., as an-
other vending subsidiary .
New member of the investments
and mortgage lending committee
of the United States Savings and
Loan League is A. Louis Brown,
executive vice president of Mi-!
ami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. Veep Larry
Grossberg, of Kinney Service
Corp.. which owns Riversi le
Memorial Chapels, parking lots
and other interests here, is vis-
iting Greater Miami area with
an eye on expansion in the North
Dade-South Broward area.
'.
Dr. Alan H. Schragger, travel
sity of Miami dermatologist, has
authored an interesting research
report on ultramicro determina-
tion of epidermal glucose .
Victor O. Hollander, field under-
writer lor Mutual of New York
here, has qualified for the firm's
President Council Harry L
Leu, Inc., has been named dis-
tributor of Hallowell industrial
products in Miami. Orlando and j
Tampa.
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he Mesivta Senior High School of
Greater Miami on Saturday even-
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Smorgon, Lith., and at an early
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fey C. Myers (left), a member of Federation's Executive
nittee; Judge Irving Cypen (center), vice president of
3tion; and Miami City Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz.
[nan of the Lawyer's Division of the 1963 Combined Jew-
ppeal campaign, are shown at a brunch meeting at the
of Judge and Mrs. Cypen, first event sponsored by the
lei's Division this season.
M Orchestra to Dedicate Sixth
ert to the People of Tel Aviv
[University of Miami Synv,
Orchestra, In cooperation
III,' United suites Intorma-
Tgency's Voice of America.
Idicate its sixth pair of sea-|
Incerts on Sunday, Mar. 3.
londay, Mar. 4. to the city
topic of Tel Aviv, Israel.
Jucted by Fabien Sevitzky
I (... lining the outstanding
Israeli violinist. Zvi Zeitlin.
|ymphony Orchestras ninth
Musical Salute" program
oreign country will be pre-
at Miami Beach and Dade
Auditoriums.
Voice of America, which
late- its 21st anniversary
B4 to Mar. 2. will record the
Liny program for later
past tn Israeli radio stations.
Itlin will perform two violin
ler'os, Moiart's No. 5 in A
;.c< Room
Tssover Rate
Weiss, ot the Lorn bar dy
I Crjstal Room, this week
meed thai there will be a
|.i! Passover package rate eon
5110 for three meals
lie Dine days.
s will include two Seders, a
|!i .. well-known cantor, name
|c announced in the near fu-
will officiate, Weiss said.
|>til reservations should be
separately. Weiss explained.
"Those Staying in near
hotels, or living in the vicinity
he Lombardy, 8305 Collins Ave..
.in Beach, are invited to avail
nselves of the Crystal Room's
lilies during the holiday."
uisinc at the Crystal Room is
li'h Kosher,
Major, and the premiere per-
formance of a compositon by the
Israeli composer Paul Ben-Haim.
The major orchestral selection
on the program will be Schu-
mann's Symphony No. 4.
Firmly established as one of the
most popular young violinists be-
fore the American public today,
Zeitlin has given yearly extensive
tours of the United States and
Canada in recital and in appear
ances with major symphony or-
chestras. He premiered Igor
Stravinsky's Violin Concerto with
the New York Philharmonic in
1961. and last spring performed
the same concerto with the Israel
Philharmonic in Tel Aviv under
the baton of guest conductor Stra-
vinsky.
During the past five years. Zeit-
lin has played yearly in South
America, as well as the major
iiiies in Europe, He has also par-
ticipated in the Marlboro Music
Festival at Marlboro, Vt.. sharing
he spotlight with such noted
.ltists a- Rudolf Sirkm and Pablo
, asals.
Rabbi Stern Will
Lecture Saturday
R.-ibl i Tibor Staru. gpkttusl
leader of Beth Jacob Congrega- t
tion, will discuss "The Status of '
Torah and Science" at lecture at k
Beth Jacob on Saturday, 5 p.m.
Rabbi Stern will dispute the re-
cent statements here "thai Torah :
is not science."
Said Rabbi Stern, n announcing j
the lecture: "H Torah is divorced
from science, religion has no mov-
I nice in face a world (if mat-
ter ; .\. i! science is di-
vor< d Ir im Torah, the world may
b( i! omed to destruction because
!' > destructive powi r ol science
v. ill have no moi al o il con-
trol "
Rabbi Rutchik
At Beth David
Pulpit gue-t at Friday evening
rei vices at Beth David will be
Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director ol
the Southeast Region, United Syn-
agogue of America, according to
an announcement by Lewis Stern-
shein, presideni ol the congrega-
tion. Rabbi Rutchik's topic will
be "The Wisdom to Know the Dif-
ference."
Rabbi Rutchik earned a Master
(if Hebrew Letters from the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary and was
crdained in 1952.
Regional offices ot the tinted
Synagogue are in Miami.
Spiritual leader of Beth David
Congregation is Rabbi Norman
Shapiro
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The inspiring Jewish opera,
"Bar Kochba," is announced by
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ers to be their 10th anniversary
product Kin. Saturday evening.
Mar. 16. at the Miami Beach Au-
ditorium.
Conducted by composer, Ben
Yomen, the Avroham Goldfad>n
score will be presented in con-
cert form. Singing the major
roles will be baritone, Stan Por-
ter, repeating his earlier success
here under Mr. Yomen in the
title role, and lyric soprano,
Carol Done, as Dina.
English narration will be by
Jinimie Roscnstrauch, Mrs. Ger-
shon Miller and Dr. Morton Ros-
enbluth. Accompanying the more
than 50 singers will be pianist.
Margaret Yomen. -
Telling the story of "Bar Koch-
ba." or "Son of the Star," the
action of the musical drama is set
in the year 132 of the common era.
Enslaved under Roman rule, the
hope of the Jewish peoples was
briefly reviewed by "Bar Koch-
ba," a Hebrew gladiator whose
valiant efforts to lead Judea in
revolt against the Roman Empire
became a legendary hope of his
: people.
Although ill fated, the revolt
has, nevertheless, become an in-
spiring story of the Jews, and
"Rar Kochba" one of their most
beloved heroes.
Beth Israel Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Beth Israel Con-
j grcgation is having a card and
game night on Tuesday at the Ber-
kowlte-Coronet Hotel
Spanish Envoy
At Doral Beach
Guest of honor at the Fiesta
Iberia at the Doral Beach on Mar.
7 will he His Excellency Don An-
tonio Garrigues y Dias-Canabato.
the Ambassador of Spain to the
United States.
Ambassador Garrigues will be
the guest of Alfred L. Kaskel.
owner of the new S12.000.000 Doral,
Beach Hotel, which opened Feb.
15, and the Doral Hotel and C'oun-;
Irj Club in Miami
He will arrive in Miami on
Mar. 6 and stay for several days.
He will attend the international
Spanish fashion show on the af-
ternoon of Mar. 7 and will be
guest of horcr at several private
dinner parties and other func-
tions following this event.
A select group Of Siilll'l Florl-
'as most fashion-conscious wom-
en will be afforded the opportun-
ity of viewing the first and only
United States showing of the ex-
clusive collections ol Spain's live
best fashion designers at the
Fiesta Iberia."
VOLFON. Mis. dt-nln, 83, 733 WWIi St.,
,h, ,i |. I, |S. (Hi iik I'um" il Holm
BAIGEL. Rabbi Abraham. 89, 730 Col-
liny Ave ,i:.,| r. Ii 22 Blnaberg al
Newman.
GOLDBERG. .'. I'll. ';"> '"'1:">
i r. k l>r I'.lasl.. i ill Ni "man.
JUST, IrvlllR, 63, 31S -'"'Il *. died
l-..I, a Rlvei ldi
SHER. Hnrr> V., 7, 1511 SK .>2nl St.,
,11,.,| | ,i, 2 Cordon
SZERLIP. ha) C, 55, iJ',8 tlar> Ave..
,11,il Feb. I':'. lleyei
SOBOL, Harry, 5S, :'7"l I lopln Dr.,
Mhamar, died Feb. < ;...-.Ij.m.
BLEIER. Mi- Cu-si. 62, 1(0 NE
Igftth St. Riverside.
FLAX. Sain ?5. it* Meridian Ave.,
,11,,I I b. 2. Riverside,
LICHTENSTEIN. Mr*. Crt'inl.. ...
I"." 7:it ll Si. ill.'I I'Ii. -". Riverside.
ABRAMSON, William, T7. 1670 James
\\. died IM'. IS. Riverside.
GREEN, Mrs. Row, II, 121 lath Bt.,
died Feb. 20. Riverside.
ROBINS. William I. Riverside.
Sisselman, Murray, S7, MM Hay
ltd., di.-.l Fab. 1H. Riverside.
VICTORHAUS, Louis, 77. IMS .-V\
lllh Av,-.. di.-.l Pall. 80. Mordon.
FRIEDEL, Mrs. Ksthoi, 6<. 730 Htn
PL, difd fob, IV Kix.rsid.
kushman, Alexander, SO. 8651 Coi-
ling vve died I'"'!' l*. Rlveralde.
RUBENSTEIN. Morris, 10, Ml Hay
l>r.. died Feb. 19. Rlveralde,
WOLF, JOKpph J., '.'-'. ,'.".1"1 Hl-.ayn.'
Blvd., die.I I'.l.. IS. Rlveralde.
FlSHMAN. Maurice, 20, 1270 Bw BW
s. iii.-.t Feb. IS, Oordon
KLEIN. Martin, 54, :'"". Arabia Ave.,
(MMi-Loclui, di.' I FVb. IS. lloroon.
KLEINMAN, Jacob. 76, S8 W. IStH
St.. died I'.'1 17 Rlveralde.
LEVIN, MiiHi.l, 7:'.. 2118 8\V Hli St.,
died Feb. 17 Oordon.
PEARLMUTTER. Mrs. Pauline. .4.
:nii7 in ri.n Av. died Feb. 17 Riv-
WEISS. Mr- si,Ma. B, 1008 DoUSTUe
Rd died Fab, Is Oordon
ADIS. Unit*, '-. Is-"' (""Hi"- Vve..
,h, ,| I--. I, IT Rlvi ralde
COLTEN. Bernard, 7s. 1721 M>
Ave., died Feb II Rlvi aldi
World-famous cellist Leonard
Rose will appear in a recital
sponsored by Friends of
Chamber Music of Miami at
the White Temple on Tues-
day evening. Program will in-
clude sonatcs by Brahms,
Boccherini, Bcch, Hindemith,
and Chopin (for piano and
cello).
'Tenth Man' to
Be Held Over
The Tenth Man." Paddy Chay
elsky's prize-winning comedy
drama, will he held over an addi-
tional week through Sunday. Mar
10. at the Coconut Grove Play
house.
Chayefskys background tor the
age-old legend of the "dybbuk"
has caused a storm of pro and con
discussion among spiritual leaders
here.
Marking up a run of four weeks
"The Tenth Man" now takes its
/lace among the all-time Play-
house hits. Among them are Me
nasha Skulnik's "The 49th Cousin"
and the recent Bufman-Seiden
presentation of "PaJama Tops."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2191
I.KON KEITH .\M'i:i:s
iMaimirr,
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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, nn Ave.,
\\ Aahxllle, N.
Yi.ii are hi rebj r,-.ti i .1 lhal il Hill
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IKHIIlMAN .v IL il '/.I'M \N". '"
Imlil llldj.. Miami. Pin., and fill Ihl
oriKinal nnmri r or pli ndlnn In i hi
,.ili, of Hi- i'i. ik ol the rireull I "oui I
,.n .,i before ill. isi da} ol April, IMS.
h' \,,'.i full i...... s,,, jtidirmenl h> de-
fault "ill I" taken aaalual vou fur the
relief demanded In the Bill .>f Com-
plaint.
Hum: ANIl UKDKKEO il Miami.
Florida, this 27th da) of February,
A.D. 1883.
i: b. i.i:\tiii:i:m.\n. Clerk,
i"ir. Mil Court, IHide County, Florida
is. all Bj : K. M I.V.MAN
Benut) Clerk
si., im. Ooodman St Holtiman
::n, s^,.v bold Building
Miami. Flol Ida
All..in.- H for Putlntifl
I 1-8-15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2154
NAMV CAlli IL.YN OATES
1'lnlntlff
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DALE RODKRIC OATEH
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NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
YOt', DALE RODERH' OATES,
i.;i..; -ii. btreet, Santa Roaa, Califor-
nia, are notified < aerve a copy ol
your ansu.r to Divorce Complaint
filed aKulnat you on Plalntlffa attor-
ney, OEORGH NICIIOI.AS. 612 N.W.
12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file
original with Clerk thla (-ourt on
or before April it. li*s:*. otherwise
I'omplalnt will be coufeaaeu by you,
DATED: Feb. i'. W*
K. LEATHERMAX, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
is, :ill Bj : C. I". ('(il'KI.ANI'
Deputy Clerk
S/1-8-15-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERRRV rHVES that
tin underslirned, dealrins to engage In
i.usiii.s- under the flotltlou* nami ol
TAI.IjER ASSOCIATES at TTIl Byron
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, l-
i. mis to reglater aald nami with the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dadi
i 'ountj. i lorlda.
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NOT CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THI RC II COURT CF THE
I _L -/F.NTH JUDICIAL CIRs
FLOR DA :N AM FOR t"DE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6 IC 3
1
.
I>i endnnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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to do ao, judi I will
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Thin notice hall d on
... h A'eek for tool HKeeuil\e weekK
.ii Till-: JEM ISII r tlRIDIAN
Ihi.NE AND t'lt'DEUEH .u Miami,
Florida, tin. 2'ih da.< "i hehruary,
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. i, lit Court. I >ndi i 'ounl Flm Ida
I heal 1 llv : K M I.VMAN
Depilt.x Clerk
Shevln, lloodman & Holtxmnn
;| m s, v IhiIiI Builil iik
Mi mil 82, I lorida
ah..i n.'.i for Plaintiff
:: l-S-15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2143
.1. s. cl.KAx>.\. JR., i- Administra-
tor of ili>- I'nlted Stnti h Amei lea, and
Ii is. Kitccesaora in puch office, and Ins
or their aattlgna,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KCC.r.NK K. CAl'SEY and IK>RIS
I'ACSEY, his wlfi .
I >efi udanta,
NOTICE OF SUIT
I'i. El'tiENE K. CAl'SEY and
In .III:- CAl'SEY, Ii
. ,. i ienernl I >clB er.v
Perdldo Beach, Florida
Vi il ARE HEREBY NtrTIFIEI 'thai
a suit li.is been brought agulnat you
h> .i. s. i;i.i:as.iN. JR., an Admlnis-
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, ..... ii ii i office, and Ins
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Street, Miami 86, Florida, on or be-
fore -iid date, a- required l>> the laws
,, Florida. If you fall to do the
cmnplalnl will be taken as confi
h\ you and a Decree Pro Cmfeaao will
i,, ', nt, i. ,t ngalnat you for the rellel
demanded In the complaint
DATED tlds 26th da) of February,
1883
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. "lerk of the > Ilrcuit Court
I ladi- Count) I- lorlda
is.ali By: K. M. I.VMAN
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:: I-S-15-2I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 63C 2160
KENNETH LLOYD Bl'RROW
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY ELEANOR Bl'RROW
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; Mary Eleanor Burrow
i ., Mr Ro) l'ais..ns
dark Street
VYarreneburg, Mlaaourl
Y.ni. MAKY ELEANOR i-.n:i:(i\v.
are hereby notified that a BUI ol
Complaint fur Dtvoroa has been filed.
against you, and you are required to
si in a copy nf yow Anwer or Plead*
Ink t" the Bill ..' Complaint on tho
Plaintiffk attorney. BKYMOlTt l.oN-
IK1N, S02I N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami,
Florida, and till the original Anawef
,,r Pleading In the offio. of the clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
38th dav of Match, ISSS. if you fail
to do so. Judgment by default will bi
taken against you for the rellel !-
manded In the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onci
..nh week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH 1 LORIDIAV
DONE VXD ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 87th day of February,
A.M. 1863.
B, r. LEATHERN VX Clerk.
Circuit court. I >:,ii. i ,,"iu> Florida
(seal) Bj : K. M. LYM VX
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:,02S N V ml Ave.
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Sv. March 1. 1963 fJmrfidh nrriciiirin : % %  ::> '' Page 13-B Elath Mayor Addresses Miami Gathering On Histadruf Achievements in Israel Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of at Beth David, Rabbi Shapiro, Louis SternBeth David Congregation, leads a weekly shein, president of Beth David Congregation, Businessmen's Torah Study group, which Harold Berke, Irving Spector, Murray Daum, meets Wednesdays at 8 a.m. Left to right are and Emanuel Smith. Emanuel Lubel, chairman of adult education J$ar orvicos Friday and Saturday morning. • thi nson with a two-week trip tu Israel. Richard and Ronn Silverstein Temple Nir Tamid will be the site of thi' Bar Mitzvah of Rich3'd and Uonn Silverstein during lervices conducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz on Saturday morning, Uar L'. The twins are students at Nau tilus Junior High and the Temple.Religious School. They are Ihe -onof Mrs. Charlotte M. Sil\er.-tt in and Robert S. Silverstein. Atarfin and Steven Vann A reception will follow the ceremony. i> ft Marvin and Steven Vann Martin and Steven, twin sons ot Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vann, 1851 SW 36th Ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning Mar 2, at Israelite Center. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. Seventh grade students at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Martin and Steven play trombone in the band. They have won several State awards playing piano for the Na tional Federation of Music Clubs, and were soloists with the Miami Symphonic Society Orchestra at Barry College in 1962. Martin and Steven will be honored by their parents at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, and at a reception Saturday night at the Country Club of Coral Gables. Steven Reiner On Saturday morning. Mar. 2, Steven Reiner will observe his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. The celebrant is the son of Mr. %  and Mrs. Ted Reiner and grandI son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Katz and Mr. and Mrs. Max Reiner. A seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High. Steven plans to continue his studies in the Temple's Confirmation Class. Following the ceremony the parents of the Bar Mitzvah will honor him at the Kiddush. Philip Felson Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mort Felson. will become Bar Mitzvah during services Saturday morning. Mar. 2. conducted by Rabbi Morton Shalowitz at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. The celebrant is a student at Junior High and Popiel Religious School Martin Herman Sanford Roth '1 Mr. and Mrs. Felson will honor their son at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday night and the Kiddush following the ceremony on Saturday. Sanford Roth Bar Mitzvah of Sanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Roth, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rothstein, will be observed during Saturday morning services. Mar. 2. at Temple Beth Shirah. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate, assisted by Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Sanford attends South Miami Junior High School, and plays trumpet in the school band. Among his hobbies are oil-painting, water colors, and cartooning. The Roths will host the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and Kiddush on Saturday morning in honor of their son. Youthful Joseph Levy, Mayor ot Elath. Israel, HevJ into town this week mi' lid hours, ami |. n 1 the energy that fairly seemed to sprout from his pioneer's body During Ins short stay in liehalt of Israel Histadrut. Mayor Levy had numerous meeting's here with local civic and governmental leaders, including a visit with Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka. went to the Seaquarium. and was guest, o'l honor at a reception Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Jen-| nie Grossingor under the auspices of the local Histadrut Committee. "We have a small aquarium in Elath," Mayor Levy explained, which is rich in many species of fish. As a matter of fact, it is one of our biggest tourist attractions. The biggest attraction is, of course, King Solomon's copper mines, just 15 miles north of Elath." Addressing an enthusiastic audience at the home of Mrs. Grossinger. which also included Dr. Sol Stein, of New York, national executive director of the Israel Histadrut Campaign Mayor Levy noted that Elath's population today isome 9,000. In 1957. he said, it was 800. "And we're planning for 25.000 three or lour years from today," he added, emphasizing that the opening of the waters Of Sl'.arm i 1 sheikh, where Elath is situated,: was a major factor .in the city'phenomenal growth. "This was one of the major accomplishments of the Suez-Sinai campaign," Mayor Levy explained, "getting the Egyptian guns out of the straits and opening Elath to become Israel's window to Africa and Asia." Among the exciting things now going on in Elath? "We're build ing a new port capable of handling a million tons a year. Firs' stage of completion will be at the end of 1964, with a capacity of hall a million 'oni he tofl ject < %  ne I E25 milli "We are also preparing to up our limited reserves of water by the 'retaliation of two units manufacture %  _' under the Alexander Zarchin process, which will enable us to process sea water into sweet water." Mayor Levy said the units are now in actual operation in Chicago. They were built in the U.S. by Fairbanks-Whitney under the auspices of a recently-organized Israel -Fairbanks-Whitney corporation. Not affiliated professionally with Histadrut. Mayor Levy nevertheless addressed the gathering Tuesday night on Histadrut and its accomplishments in Israel. Moshe Berman is executive director of the Greater Miami Histadrut Committee Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. is honorary chairman here. Academy Drive Continues Here Hebrev Academy of Greater, Miami is continuing its membership drive Goal is to increase the present membership of 750 to t.ooo. according to Hyman Galbut. chairman of the membership committee. Principal of the school, located at 2400 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach, is Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Two concerts held recently, and featuring Cantor Sholom Katz, of Washington, D.C., benefited the membership campaign, and at a scheduled membership committee meeting next week, other affairs to be held will be planned. Beth Am Plans Purim Carnival Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am will hold a Purim carnival on the grounds of the temple Sunday. Mar. 10, starting at noon. Mrs. Byron Cherkas is president of the group. Rides and Purim games will be featured, and a clothes-line sale of: arts and ceramics will offer the: works of Fran Williams, Edan [ Graubman, Vanita Neubler, Paul | Hagen and Shirley Green. Portrait sketches will be made by Marion Smith and Millicent Asher. Fine Arts group will hold its next meeting on Sunday evening, Mar. 17. in the adult education room. Shirley Green will give a short history of the artists to be seen on the Panorama slides, with Vincent Price narrating. ^ ... a luxurious 2400 acre COUNTRY CLUB SETTING for your next affair Delightfully different... a sumptuous Country Club setting unrivaled by any... anywhere in all the world. Ideal for your: • organization functions • private parties • weddings • luncheon-meetings jklnquire about our breathtakingly beautiful NEW Miradoral Room., "the room with a view..." \ HOTEL AND COUNTRY CLUB Miami, Florida formation plea ijxedo! t Beach Zionists Will Honor May Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club will meet Wednesday noon in the Max Silverberg Dimjig Hall of the Hebrew Academy. Co-chairmen of the affair. William Goldworm and Herbert Hciken. reported the luncheon will honor Mortimer May. honorary life president of the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America. May is a past national president of the Zionist Organization of America. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy, which is hosting luncheon meetings for all Gold Coast civic, service, fraternal and religious organizations, will deliver a speech on | "Zionism's Link With Education." Louis Merwltier, president of the Hebrew Academy, will extend greetings to members of the Zionlub. David Galbut, president of the .,1 the Academy. the clul > in • ULFSTREAM HALLANDALE, FLORIDA MARCH 5 THRU APRIL 24



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Friday March 1, 1963 Jewish ftcridfi^m Page 3-B lady Sassoon To Visit Miami K new cooperative program to heto your heart patients in Nassau I ;,,,, ;t boost in March when Mt? Sassoon, founder of the"flirVictor Sassoon Heart Foundation jn t he Bahamas, comes to Miami n visit the new National Children's Cardiac Hospital at 1474 NW 12th Lady Sassoon's visit will he to repay one made last mon,n b >' n r Francisco Hernandez, the Cardiac Hospital's clinical director. wh0 visited the children of the princess Margaret hospital recently The international program of cooperation benefitting the heart patients was established to end ,he need lor bringing the needy ca!es to Miami for treatment. At ,he present time. Nassauvian' joungstcrs who need cither surgery or advanced care, are sent to Miami. Dr. Hernandez, at tne request of Lad) Sassoon. last month visited 28 children in the King George. \| Memorial Chest Wing of the Nassau hospital and recommend i-d that lour be brought here for r .TV. Accompanying Dr. Hernandez Nal W'aldman. vice president ol the Miami hospital. Named King 'l the Land of Mending Hearts at the National Children's Cardiac Hospital Dedication Ball. 1 the civic leader and businessman! scussed future plans lor the im with Lady Sassoon. "We agreed," Waldman said, "that the program will advance the possibility of obtaining special equipment for the Nassau ho.spital, and will provide the neeessarj care for patients needing diate treatment." He and Dr. Hernandez spent an afternoon' visiting the various wings of the hospital and meeting with doctors and technicians. Candy Stripers to Gather at Sinai Lorber Chapter 15th Anniversary K r Chapter, children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver, will mark 15 yean i ; support and service to Dade y children in the Home Tuesday. The birthday celebration lunch ton will he held at Leonard's La Restaurant. Mrs. Robert smith i> in charge of reserve (ions. The Hospital in Denver seek"* the causes and cures of asthma and other allergy diseases B'nai B'rith Social Singles B'nai B'rith Social Singles will celebrate its seventh birthday with a night club party Saturday c\cning in the Ivory Tower of the Saxony Hotel. Program will include dancing and entertainment. "Busy Bees" of Ner Tamid Sisterhod help members earn their donor credits each Monday noon in Sklar Auditorium. Seated (left to riqht) are Mrs. Ruth Goldstone, luncheon hostess; Mrs. Harry Levin, donor games co-chairman; Mrs. Charles Rabb, donor games and luncheon chairman. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, president; Mrs. Henrietta Fine, vice president, ways and means, and instructor of the newly-inaugurated sewing circle. Seniors to See Original Musical A Funny Thing Happened on Diet 5. B'nai B'rith Women. Disthe Way to the 60s," an original uiot's senior citizens service musical production, written and chairman iMrs. David Sachs, (iirected by Mrs. Marvin Schoen berg, will be staged in the auditorium of the Miami Branch ol the Greater Miami Jewish Communit} ('(liter. 450 SW 16th Ave.. on Sunday evening. The program is jointly spon sored by the Center's Senior Citizens Department and the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Schoenberg. program vice president ol the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, and the east of chapter members, will present the show to the membership of all lour clubs of the center. This is one of the volunteer services provided year-round to sen ior citizens by members of Dis" "~ — i Purim Party Set For No. County A Purim circus anci masquerade party will be the theme lor the annual Purim celebration of the Early Childhood Development pro gram of the North County Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Friday. Mar. 8. 10 a.m., at 14036 NE 6th Ave. Mrs. Sidney Roberts is PTA chairman, and Mrs. Fred Wertheimer is chairman of the Purim program. The children will present Purim songs, dramatizations and circus acts, and traditional Purim refreshments will be served. Candy Stripers of Mt, Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami will have the distinction ol being hostesses to the first conference of Candy j.Stripers of Dade County. The conclave will be held on Saturday. Mar. 9. 10:30 a.m.. in the Wolfson Auditorium of the hospital. The morning workshop will be conducted by "Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, president of the Women's Auxiliary; Mrs. Yale N. Levinson, vice president in charge of services; Mrs. Marvin Silvers and Mrs. Albert Chisling. chairman and co-chairman, respectively, of the Volunteer program at Mt. Sinai. A snack luncheon will conclude the program. Prospective Volunteens at Mt. Sinai, must become a member of the Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary under the Candy Stripe program, which is governed by the National Hospital Assn. Under the supervision of Mrs. Marvin Silver, chairman of Volunteens for the Women's Auxiliary, girls are interviewed, must have written permission from their parent or guardian, and understand the rules and regulations of the Volimleen program before being assigned to their duties. They become familiar with the hospital through a guided tour, ami are then given a complete orientation ol the duties to be performed in each department by trained per sonnel. Sparkling in their candy-stripe uniforms, the Candy Stripers have proved to be an integral part ot the hospital program, filling in for Pink Ladies while on vacation. They also perform clerical duties in many of the hospital's departments, as well as checking supplies for rooms in Central Supply, assisting in Pharmacy by making deliveries and checking under supervision, serving M Waitresses in the Snack Bar. aiding the nurses with children in Pediatrics, helping to admit and discharge patients, assisting nurses as Floor Receptions, assisting nurses in Our-Patient Clinic, and dispensing merchandise on t heGift Cart. Boy Scout Appeal A special TV program on Satur day, 7:30 a.m.. over Ch. 10, will feature Sen. George Smather? and Clothier Austin Burke in a presentation designed to interest men in joining the supervisor} ranks of Boy Scouting in Daek County. Now Open at the DiLido Hotel FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE I. K. 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Page 10-B *Jm#f# ncrkHan Friday, March 1, 1963 c C/11/ BROTHERHOOD AWAR D WINNER SURVEYS ROLE r^cspoi tsioUity unity is % %  111! .,,.. ,,„,„ ^ TRADITIONAL B Kflr&AY KITE IB>M:EI 3415 COMPLIMENTARY WINl Dinner Music By Ray Paul 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Ph. MIAMI: Wilson 5-694? or HOLLYWOOD WAbash 3-4631 • The work of 42 contemporary Iser, raeli artists is being shown in MiJames Albeit. Mrs. Jack Katzman. ami from Feb. 26 through Mar. 18. "" L llia Goodman Mrs. Dor. |0thy Krieger Fink. Mrs. Leon The collection of 132 drawings and KWoJfJl( Mrs Rose Kaplan. Mrs Tile future bridegroom, a resiprints has been selected with the ( Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. Oida KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671 C. Rubin and Louis Schwartzman. The Israel Consul for the Southeastern United States, Zeev Dover, and Mrs. Dover attended the preview. KREPLACH — KISHKE MATZO BALLS — KNISHES MEAT— FISH STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN DELICIOUS PASTRIES CAKES —CHALAHS & ROLLS Catering For All Occasions — At Moderate Prices SUNSHINE RESTAURANT JEWISH AMERICAN CUISINE Due to the demands of our customers, we have added ; MEAT MENU to our Dairy Menu. All our meats, including Steaks, Chops and Chickens are done on a CHARK-EL BROILER YOUR HOST. MOUY MARCUS & IRVING 743 Washington Ave., M.B. JE 8-2103 %  I OPEN EVERYDAY i7om**H sa'issif & ,ras The Royal Hungarian ttrs Restaurant 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Serving DeMcious Food As Always STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant (20th CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under Same Management) SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS ORDERS TO TAKE OUT )+• 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 )+• MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant CATERING FOR All OCCASIONS BAR MITZVAHS OUR SPtCIAUY 940-71st STREET UN 6-6043 NORMANDY ISLE ALWAYS THE UNEXPECTED AT Coconut Grove's Newest Restaurant THE COUNTRY STORE LUNCHEON DINNER ":30.3:00 P.M. 6:00 10:00 P.M. SUNDAY MIDDAY — 6:00 P.M. KAY W„ EATLEY (CL0SED ">"> DQN ROBINSoN 2880 FLORIDA AVE. HI 4-3045 (IBIock Off Grand Ave. Hoar P.O.) Original Mioifmans 4 aivteria SERVING THE FINEST IN BREAKFAST LUNCH & DINNEOPEN ALL YEAR 1450 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JE 1-0357 JE L9385



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Page 6-B • r***i*l fkuriefihm Friday, March 1, 1963* Socialite ... b\i ^Tsab rove Continued from Page IB New York, mother of Nat Pollack And lor two weeks. Mrs. Henrietta Bulvanker. Bister of Annette (Mrs. Nat 1 Pollack, visiting at the Pollack home. 8600 SW 20th St. Arlene and Larrie. Blasberg and his mother. Mrs. Lillian Biasberg, entertaining out-of-town funeral directors at the De Continental and Les Violins Mr. and Mrs. Sam Halperin and daughter, Arlene, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Esther Halperin. winter guest at the Sterling Hotel, flew to New York to attend the wedding of a niece. Convalescing at home on Pinta Rd., Art Shandlolf recuperating from recent surgery. % %  %  : %  Entertaining out-of-town and local friends. Mrs Claire Katz. host for a luncheon and card party at her home. 2300 SW 21>t Ter., on Tuesday Guests enjoying her hospitality erc Mrs. Helen Freed and Mrs. Miriam Gottlieb, of New York. Mrs. David (Mildred) Shwiller. Mrs. Simon (Sylvia) Sanders, and Mrs. Tina Katz, past and present officers of the Ann Frank Chapter BB Also Mrs. Florence Powers. Mrs. Lena Helitzer and daughter of the hostess. Mrs. David (Carolyn) Hess, who was appointed vice president ot membership for the Community Concerts by Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka last week at the Eden Roc. In town for the Israel art exhibition. Consul Zeev Z. Dover for the Southeastern United States ... He and his charming wife hosts to a preview at the Museum of Modern Art The exhibition, part of a 'cultural exchange program between the U.S. and Israel Government, includes the works of 42 contemporary Israeli artists Head ed by Mrs. David Drucker. hostescommittee members arc Mesdames Jack Katzman. Oida C. Rubin. Emil Friedlander. James Albert. Kenneth Oka. David Muskat. Harvey Kramer. Leon Kronish. Rose Kaplan. DorOth) Krieger Fink. Anna Brenner Meyers, and Miss Lillian Goodman. t Pre-teen-ager Melodye Allain. daughter of the Conrad Allains. marked her natal day with a round dozen of her friends at festivities at Wcstbrooke Country last weekend Ninth grade honor student at Ponce de Leon. Elliott Sutta. has been elected to National Honor j Society there Energetic young man is secretary of the Civics Club and president of his groups debating team He's the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sutta. 1335 Sorolla. and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman. Cutie pie Joan Barbara Glover, all of four years old last week, made a weekend celebration ot the occasion Daughter of Dr and Mrs. Nathan Glover. 42 Samana. the sub-deb entertained her maternal grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Lannau. in the evening, and on Sunday afternoon her tiny friends from the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Nursery School Baby brother. Alan Morton, If. months, didn't seem to fit m either group Rabbi Landau, scion of a famous rabbinical family, has been spiritual leader of I'nited Hias Service for 22 years and is rabbi of Congregation Beth Israel in Manhattan Took time out to fly d 0Wn for birthday celebration ot his granddaughter. Linda Baskind, junior at ih e University of Florida, was elected managing editor of "Seminole." her school's yearbook She's also editor of the Delta Phi Epsilon ad book Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Baskind 7727 Dickens Ave., Linda is j I960 alumna of Miami Beah High, where she served on the editorial stalf of the school yearbook. "Typhoon." THANK YOU MY WINDS, TOR YOUR VOTE LAST TUESDAY! I NiiD jTOOR CONTINUED SUPPORT ON TUESDAY, MARCH 12th! >u* Women's Division In Games Day Next scheduled game day lor the Women's Division, Chamber <>i Commerce. Surf side. Bay Harbor and Bal Harbour, is Tuesday, l p.m.. at the Singapore Hotel. The organization's monthly luncheon, held Wednesday, featur ed a 'Matinee of a Broadway Show." by Pat Bromberg and Pat Gail. Reservation chairmen were Mrs Adele Katz and Mrs. Helen Burman. Outstanding art work based on Jewish themes in clay, ceramics and still liie made by boys and girls of the Art Department of Temple Beth Shirah will be part of the Art Exhibition sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Mrs. Morris A. Skop, art supervisor in the Temple, and art instructor in the Dade County public schools, and Mrs. Bernhardt Chesman, school supervisor were the judges. Top (left to right) are Debby Shkoler, Chuck Ehrlich, Mrs. Skop, and Kenneth Neuman. Bottom (left to right) are Robin Stone, Jill Aaronson, and Paula Mandel. Post-Confirmands Dr. Wolison fa Talk Meet for Dinner Post-confirmation club of Temple Beth Am held its monthly dinner meeting at the home of President Mark Freeman, 530 Tibidabo Ave Guest speaker was Dr. Irwin Lesser, who discussed "Future Vocations." Those present were Phil Isis, Dick Abel. Eunice Tall. Stephanie Jordan. Leslie Reiken. Stephanie Glaubman. Judy Clein, Richard Roth. Judy Spiegel, Ira Green, Linda Gross. Larry Gliekman. Inane Selditch, Roger Angel, Bob Prater. Elaine Brenner, and Linda Gre< ii. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will speak on ""The Pursuit ot Happiness" on Tuesday morning for the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, now meeting on the 10th St. Beach at 9 a.m., following the Slimnastic Club directed by Lillian Friedlander. Naomi Hadassah To Hear Sullivan Naomi Group of Hadassah will hold a regular meeting on Monday evening, Mar. 11, at the Tastee Inn. Dan Sullivan, head of the Miami Crime Commission, will be featured speaker. His subject will be "Crime in Miami," Women's Auxiliary Planning Seminar Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinia Hospital will hold Its second annual Chairmen's Seminar on Wednesday in Wolison Auditorium of the hospital. The program will start at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. president, will conduct the meeting. The role each department plays will be presented by its respective chairman, followed by discussions and final summary The following subjects will be discussed: "Recruitment." by Mrs. John Owen, vice president; "Department Orientation and Train ing." by Mrs. Yale N. Levinson, vice president; "Contents and Purpose of the Evaluation Book." by Mrs. Arthur Burrell. vice president; and "Public Relations." by Mrs. Carl Susskind. vice president. Mrs. Aaron Farr. parliamentarian; Mrs. Raymond Feiner, financial secretary; Mrs. Lawrence Singer, recording secretary: and Mrs. Murray Kern, assistant financial secretary, will summarize the discussions. Mrs. Leonard Wien. chairman ol the seminar, is being assisted by Mrs. Mickey Michaels. Mrs Ralph Duber. Mrs. Sidney Teller. Mrs. Sidney Gruber and Mrs. William Wickman. ********* Group No. 10 DEMOCRATIC k******** Group No. 10 DEMOCRATIC ELECT Bernard B E R M A N YOUR ALL DADE REPRESENTATIVE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE PLEDGES • AID TO SENIOR CITIZENS • REPEAL BOAT TAX • REDUCE INSURANCE RATES • INCREASE WORKERS COMPENSATION BENEFITS • REDUCE INVENTORY TAX • INCREASE SCHOOL BENEFITS • NO SALES TAX ON FOOD OR MEDICINES QUALIFICATIONS COUNCILMAN NORTH MIAMI BEACH DIRECTOR TRI COUNTY LEAGUE FORMER ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL RETIRED AIR FORCE MAJC? ACTIVE MEMBER Moose—Young Democrats JWV—American LegionKnights of Pythias Mahi Shrine —U.S. Civil Defense Council ENDORSED BY DADE COUNTY FEDERATION OF LABOR DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION OF HIALEAH ALL-FLORIDA VOTERS LEAGUE Paid Pol. V<1> &f •fr***********************************



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vy= -^ Page 4-A JenistJhridiain Friday, March 1, \ 363 'HERE IS Je wish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel KAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday -Inoe 1927 by !" V*""'; h i ,£ ,or,d,k0 at 120 NE. Sixth Street, Miami 1. J, r V£Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Klo.ida. The JewiRh Floridian does not (tuarantee the Kashruth of the merchandise advertised in its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ,. „ One Ye.r *S.OO Three Years 110.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 9 Friday, March 1, 1963 Adar 5723 Israel Bond National Inaugural The Israel Bond inaugural conference here this weekend will be an historic one for a number of reasons. Prime among these will be the presence of Trygve Lie as guest of honor at the Saturday night inaugural banquet. Mr. Lie was Secretary-General of the United Nations at the time of partition and the subsequent proclamation of Israeli independence. UN chronicles will forever record his personal and outspoken enthusiasm for the then new Jewish State. In addition, Mr. Lie's appearance at the conference should remind us all of his own sacrifice on the altar of international diplomacy, an experience with which Israel has herself become well-acquainted at the United Nations: Mr. Lie was ousted from his post by unrelenting Soviet pressure in the wake of the North Korean invasion. Moscow did not want a Secretary-General who refused to pander to the Russian design. Apart from Mr. Lie's appearance, as well as that of U.S. Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D.-Minn.), who is one of Capitol Hill's most distinguished legislators, the inaugural conference this weekend will launch the Israel Bond Year of Redemption. Beginning in May, Israel Bondholders will be able to redeem the bonds issued by the State of Israel back in May, 1951. At 150 percent of their face value, they will be cashing in the first bonds they purchased just twelve years ago. They will be doing more than that. They will be redeeming a pledge by the State of Israel now fulfilled. In addition to the economic assistance they have rendered Israel in her centrally important drive for economic independence, they will have proven the giltedged quality of Israel's word. The inaugural conference this weekend will also launch the next phase in the Israel Bond campaign: a S75 million goal for 1963 to meet the ever-expanding needs of the Jewish State. More than anything else, this figure keeps us in mind of the pivotal significance of Israel Bond dollars in the upbuilding of Israel today. As in years past, we welcome the Israel Bond conference here, which by now has made our community the traditional launching site for its annual national inaugural, confident that its endeavor in behalf of the Jewish State will continue successfully. Goals of Brotherhood Greater Miami brought its Brotherhood Week celebration to a conclusion Monday at its annual Brotherhood Dinner. National Conference of Christians and Jews, sponsor of the event throughout the country, has taken on a difficult but noble task in its programs dedicated to the principle of human equality. The recipients of the NCCJ Brotherhood Awards on Monday night, William B. McDonald, Miami Beach Councilman D. Lee Powell, and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, have represented by their own exemplary civic interests the ideal goals of brotherhood. The need to eradicate prejudice remains a central one if we are to survive in an age where intercultural contact has never been so great or so frequent. Brotherhood Week is dedicated to this end. Vision of Nasser's Role v The revolution in Iraq means that the midnight oil in Israeli government circles is burning far more brightly these days and far beyond midnight. Coupled with the events in Yemen, the Nasser-inspired victory in Iraq poses for Israel perhaps the greatest challenge since the first hours of her independence, when seven Arab armies invaded the infant nation. For Egypt is increasingly the bright star in a potential pan-Arab world, and no one knows this better than Nasser, who has planned and schemed for the day. Yemen and Iraq are the best examples of the success of his plans and schemes. Throughout the years when Nasser had neither military nor political significance outside of his own country, he repeatedly took as his own the role of loudly aggressive leader against Israel's existence. How, then, should he envision his role today? Israel knows, and this is why the midnight oil has been burning more brightly and far beyond midnight since the revolution in Iraq. ORT Day to be Celebrated S !" F1 S rida Re 9' on of Women's American ORT will mark ORT Day here on Mar 5 Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training has a valuable purpose: to assist the indigent make themselves useful members of society as self-supporting individuals. What elevates ORT's dedication even further is the horizon of its operation: the downtrodden and persecuted Jews in nations around he globe, wherever ORT can reach, to snatch Si m ) an >.T7 helmin 5 sense of personal defeat and rehabilitate them onto the road of self-esteem. u wrL 0000 ^ 11311 ,his Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training operates a larqe network of trade schools throughout the wor?d including Israel. Some of ORT's most challenged facilities today are in Israel and France a T w? flUX JeWS from AI 9 e 3 as North Africa generally, is straining to "he Indent 3 "^ f F construed as "opposition" to his own. Long Mrtm.ni ,'""u ; Sena,or s nomination was refused by the Jos'. D* I, wish r l l(i faM ,nereb >' betraying his true intention, tor a i, ,, *£****. ln ,ht f 'rst instance, and doing further unkind Inr.i.or i K ap J >0lnU 11 M choice. When the local morning daily -mo?,t Vi t l '" a, r commt 'nt that he didn't care a fig's worth for him li ,PV y bl cause Miami Jcwr y had never done anything aoooinT,:,. H ," WCrt n t his a PP<>intee, it would be no Jewish the daily reported accurately, mrf wnri, ,L n T} n 'K'y-Placed Presidential advisors, who UVM stanttX fj ht Wn,,e House Personally quoted him to me in >ubManiiaily the same way. OnSFSH Sc "! r S, na,or now blames thc switch P' a >" on a ,piit were th I lsh com munity is a thin excuse. At no time he., •. n T, re than a smaU handful of names seriously offered as possible candidates in response to the original "announce; mn1 Miami S afternoon daily paper, well apprised of the Its %  irnrhn.\ '. understood this beyond doubt, as a pi FSXS?* ed,tM "" ll,; ""-' "We* ^otook th, insight ours'V'! 1 '"""""""'" • ,ml ^"wed the kind of syl [Might OUi Senators wanted us at the outset to believe I Iso m< '*" '" ,lu "ftwniath ol this unkindeal cut of all. th, Continued on Page 7-A



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ruuM *-r Page 14-B tiJewtiti Fk>ridBan Friday, March i. 1963 NO ARREST MADE Nazi Pickets ADL Here; Foss Sues for 'Failure' To Protect Civil Rights The Courier Members of the American Nazi Party, who keep announcing they expect to open a headquarters office in Miami shortly, pitched themselves into the headlines again Tuesday when David Peterson began to picket before the Florida Regional Offices of the Anti-De famation League of B'nai B'rith. Peterson, an American Nazi, hoisted a red-lettered sign which read: "Communism is Jewish" and "ADL is Jewish Secret Police." Peterson, 21, began his picketing in khaki and wearing a swastika armband about noontime. Moments before, he had hopped from a car at 36 SE First St. Quickly, a crowd gathered, arc 1 very shortly one of the spectators cried out: "Let's get him." Miami police immediately moved in. Charles Sapp, police intelligence sergeant, stepped up to Peterson and informed him he was "taking you under protective custody." Peterson resisted. Sgt. John Quinn came to Sapp's assistance. Moments later, several other officers grabbed Peterson and carried him away, face down, through the Seybold Arcade, while the watching crowd cheered. Sapp was among Miami police rfficers and law enforcement agents who were several weeks ago cited by Sholem Lodge of B'nai B*rith at ceremonies here for their job in the sensational cracking of the Donald Branch case. The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith is currently being sued for $1,100,000 damages by Roger C. Fost, of the American Nazi Party, who was arrested last summer for doing what Peterson tried Tuesday— picketing with loathsome antiSemitic signs. Foss served six months in the city stockade here. He is charging the ADL and five Miami police officers with depriving him of his right to picket peaceably and of "deprivation of his right to police protection in the pubi.'c streets, regardless of political beliefs." The complain! has been filed in the Southern District Court of Florida Dragged away from t"ie site of his picketing, Peterson said: %  I'm here to protest ag;iin.-t Jew tyranny, I belong to the American Nazi Party. We're going to open a headquarters here in a few weeks." "We didn't book him." Sgt. Sapp said later. "We treated him no different than we did the pacifists at the Cuban riot." Who said the Beach is moving North? Dr. Abraham Wolfson has moved his Spinoza Forum from nth St. south to the 10th St. beach ... Nat Popick, of Washington is visiting his brother, Jack, for a few days This is the 50th year in the soft u'rink business for the Pepsi-Cola mogul, Nathan Darsky ... All of us will miss Jack Harding, who lifted the University of Miami to national athletic recognition with speed and dignity. Milton Berle dropped over at the Blackstone Retirement Hotel on Monday afternoon to entertain the senior citizens, including Mrs. Pauline Schwartz, a per manent resident and long-time friend of Uncle Millie's mother Herb Green, of Food Fair, named to Metro's Speakers Bureau on Safety. Arthur Pekelner, preside'. t. announced (he removal of Intercoastal Boat Yard. Inc to its new drydock and other marine facilities at 316 SW No. River Dr. Ted Fi. kel and Harild Abbott led the entire country in sales for National Lite Insurance Company of Vermont last month New assistant cashiers at Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach are Nelson Herxog. University of Florida graduate and a native Miamian, and Dr. Felix H. Reyler, former appellate judge in Cuba ... Another Cuban refugee, Jorge Nunez, has been named foreman at Eli Motors, Miami Renault dealership. He is a graduate of the University of Havana. Wometco Enterprises, headed by Mitchell Wolfson, has taken over Shanks Distributing Co., I Inc., of Columbia, S.C., as another vending subsidiary New member of the investments and mortgage lending committee of the United States Savings and Loan League is A. Louis Brown, executive vice president of Mi! ami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Veep Larry Grossberg, of Kinney Service Corp.. which owns Riversi le Memorial Chapels, parking lots and other interests here, is visiting Greater Miami area with an eye on expansion in the North Dade-South Broward area. %  '. Dr. Alan H. Schragger, travel sity of Miami dermatologist, has authored an interesting research report on ultramicro determination of epidermal glucose Victor O. Hollander, field underwriter lor Mutual of New York here, has qualified for the firm's President Council Harry L Leu, Inc., has been named distributor of Hallowell industrial products in Miami. Orlando and j Tampa. 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Page 8-C Page 8-A vJenist ffaridiain Friday. March 1. 1963 ZOA National Leaders Will Attend Israel Bond Inaugural Breakfast Friday Two leading members of the Mercantile Division Jewelry Group. Morris Rabinowitz irighti. of the Miami Diamond Center, and Herman Rubin, of Maynard-Page Inc., have again accepted the chairmanship of the division on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Announcement of their acceptance was made by Alfred H. Daniels, co-chairman of the Mercantile Division. Motion to Abolish Arab Military Rule is Defeated Continued from Page 1-A that as long as tnere were no indiThe foremost national leaders oi the Zionist Organization ot America, which has had a pivota: role m the Israel Bond drive since :t. ireeption. will plan their participation in the 1963 campaign at a breakfast meeting Friday mor # inin conjunction with the Israel Bond inaugural conference meetins here this weekend. The breakfast will take place at 9:15 am. in the Club Gigi of the Kontainebleau Hotel. Dr. Max Nussbaum. of Hollywood. Cal. national president of the ZOA. is coming to Miami to address the session, at which the organization will discuss its pro gram to aid the sale of S75.0O0.0O0 in Israel Bonds during the curlent year for Israel's economic development. Chairman of the meeting will be Mortimer May. of Nashville and Miami Beach, former national president of the ZOA. Leaders of the Israel Bond Organization who will address the breakfast session include Samuel Rothberg, national campaign chairman, who is national chairman of the inaugural conference, and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president. Other outstanding participants in the program will include Max Bressler. of Chicago, former naThe entertainment program will feature Sam Levenson, celebrated humorist: Shmuel Ashki Israeli violin virtuoso vim won Second Prize in the International Tschaikowsky Competition in Moscow la-t year; and Netania Davrath, outstanding Israeli The conference will mark the launching of the campaign to sell S75.000.000 in Israel Bonds d 1963 and will signalize the I ,he -Year ot Redemption during which the first Israel Bonds will be repaid with interest on the baMs of 150 percent ol their issue price r DR. MAX NUSSBAUM excitement over the vote were the *' of a rapprochment between ^^re^ent TtV ZOA! and Arabs in the affected areas. YilNrael and the Arab countries. national cha irman for Guardian* lagers were reported working as us^al while students were demonstrating in Jerusalem. The Arab villagers were quiet. A number of Mapam and Communist members tried to induce the Arabs to demonstrate prior to the Knesset vote but they were generally unsuccessful. It was an uneventful clay for the police patrols in the Arab sections. The Prime Minister told the I Knesset that Israel Arabs, who I were "constantly exposed to the i incitement from bordering states." j were in need of military rule for their own security as well as that of Israel. He said that while most of the 250.000 Israeli Arabs — Moslem and Christian — •"strive to be loyal citizens." it was also true that there were elements who "are avowed enemies"' of Israel. He cited examples of anti-Israel propaganda disseminated in many Arab schools. Ha added that residents of the military-governed areas were permitted to move freely in all parts of Israel and that only some 2,000 "whose machinations are known to the administration" were restricted to temporary moving permits. He rejected charges of undue hardships for the Arab minority, insisting that the situation of that minority differed from others in other countries. The Prime Minister called the existing situation "unparalleled." because Israeli Arabs spoke the same language, were related to and felt close to the Arabs of the neighboring states. He stressed Beach Chamber Reelects Rusk Parks Rusk, editor and general manager of the Miami Beach Sun. was unanimously reelected president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce for 1963-64 by members of the Board of Governors last week. Other officers named were Shepard Broad, first vice president; C L. Clements. Jr., second vie* president; Samuel L. Seltzer, treasurer. Appointed to one year terms on the Board of Governors were Fred R. Baisden. A. Louis Brown. Jr.." CarlT. Hoffman. Gerald E Keller. A. D. Smith, and Adrian Thai. In final action of the meeting. Leonard A. "Doc" Baker was reappointed to serve as general-manager of the Chamber and secretary to the Board of Governors. whose populations iota'led 90 mil0 { the Israel Bond drive; Rabbi lion persons, "there will be need I. Usher Kirshblum, of New York. for precautions along the sensitive : national Israel Bond chairman of border areas.'" However, he added, that relaxations will be made — "as they were in the past" insofar as conditions permitted. Two of the four Arab deputies affiliated with Mapai voted against the ZOA: and Dr. Morton J. Robbins, of Nashua. N.H., associate chairman of the ZOA National Executive Council. ZOA leaders from the Greater Miami area who will participate include Louis Rudnick. nationa abolition of military rule, one abZOA vice president, and Jack S Popick. chairman of the host committee for the Israel Bond confer ence. stained and one voted for it. In the debate for the resolution, Menachem Beigin, Herut leader, cited the "stigma" of the emergency regulations, on which the military government was based, because they were of British origin. He ar.-jued that security could be maintained without this "hatred hangover" which he called "demoralizing and redundant." Moshe Carmel of Achdut Avoda. speaking as a former army commander, said both he and former Brig. Yigal Allon. now Labor Minister, considered military rule redundant and that security could be expected by measures other than bv "non-democratic'' rule. The climax of the Israel Bond inaugural conference will be a celebration of Israel's 15th anniversary on Saturday evening, at the Fentainebleau. Trygve Lie, first Secretary-General of the United Nations, will be guest of honor, and principal speakers will include Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey and Lord Edwin Herbert Samuel, whose father was the first British High Commission, er for Palestine. 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. March 1, 1963 ""•Jewisti Fk>ridfSann Page 5-B South Florida Region Will Observe 'ORT Day' With Varied Programs Here h A. Boyd, Jr.. chairman of the Metropolitan Dade Coun!• Commission, presents to Mrs. Henry L. Balaban, chairman o-e office of volunters of the Dade County Chapter of the rican Red Cross, the proclamation which he has signed ating March, 1963 as Red Cross Month in Miami. The national Red Cross celebrates its centennial on Mar. 26. Play Due In Final Show Here rformance of the TernI Am I'layhouse presenta ce Upon a Show." writ. cted by Eleazer Greenbe hold in the Temple on Saturday evening, • of the cast include •rin, Ronnie w<>lk, ROB';il>• ..>ns, Marvin Stein, Sidli, Marvin Kantor. Carol Li Naomi Fink, Anita Molien. Be: Ion Al Leibert. Dr. Norman v Norman Asnbes. Dr. Stan5, Beverly Landy, Lois Peggy Brown, Jack Dul ben li liosen. Dorothy Ol-tor. Pa (i ltd man, Pauline Forman. Be, \ ick, Mildred Bernstein. R Selma Fisher. Helen Jean Sachs and Shuider, Henry Michaels. I., iillis, Valarie Spatz. Murray y. Howard Drusin. Harold ioUein, Flo Witus, Willie Sidney and Helen Scl i Harriet Segal. Marvin Zai Bob Shandloff, Fred Segal. Ei Mem, Stanley Gilbert. Elsie Sej Jean (Iillis and Joe Molien ,e of production. 'Rothschilds' to be Reviewed •The Rothschilds." by Fredric Morton, will be reviewed by Mrs. Frank F. Kerdyk at a North Dade chapter. B'nai B'nth Women's i brunch. Program is scheduled for Wednesday. 11.30 a.m.. in the soci ial hall of Yehudsfa Moshe Congregation. Women's American ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training) will observe "ORT Day 1963" on Tuesday, Mar. 5, in honor of the global work of ORT. Proclamations have been Issued in official recognition ol the day throughout Dade and Broward ounties. Mrs. Ham Ruse >blat1 president of the Southeast Florida Region, said that OUT. which op%  : ii vocational schi ols in 20 ountries, "will this year face in reased pressure everywhere in he world." The pressure, she said, "w ;il be it its greatest in France where torrential immigration, thelarg%  Jewish population shift World War ii. from North Africa aposed grave economic and social problems for the new refugees and fur I he government. The ORT network of schools in that country is deeply involved in help ing the refugees to establish them selves." "President John F. Kennedy. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Adlai E. Stevenson, and other Americar and world leaders have given recognition to the outstanding work nl ORT." Mrs. Rosenblatt noted. All chapters in the Greater Mi ami area plan activities which will culminate in "ORT Day." Program of activities will include: pie Judea. Speaker is Mrs. Her i aid Moskin. Chairman is .Mrs. Paul Allen. i Greater Miami: Social tea at home Of Mrs. Morris Teller. 820 83rd St., on Tues ay. 8 p.m. Speaker Is Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky. Chairman is Mrs. Morris Teller, Greynolds Park: Brunch at home of Mrs. Mi Ivin Shrago, 2035 NE Ter., on Tuesday, ll a.m. Speaker and chairman will be Mrs Norman Moi zenstern. Bay Chapter: Luncheon at home of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. 5941 Pine Tree Dr., Tuesday noon. Speaker will be Mrs. Rosa Shefleder. Chairman is Mrs. Saul Ettinger. TETLET TEA i A TRADITION Technion Women Off to Israel Highlight of the Israel Independence Day Tour sponsored by Greater Miami Chapter. Women's Division. American Society for Technion, will be participation in the celebration of Independence Day in Haifa on Apr. 29. The 21 -day guided tour, with Mrs. Trudy Hammcrschlag, leader, will leave Miami on Apr. 18 for Idlewild Airport, where memberwill immediately hoard an El Al jet for direct flight to Tel Aviv. Extensive sightseeing during the 12 days in Israel will be followed by four days in Rome and four days in Paris, with side trips optional. Participation in the tour is open to members of Technion and their families, but only a limited number of reservations are available. In charge of inlormation and reservations are Mrs. Hammcrschlag and Mrs Leo Rutstein. Greater Miami Chapter. Women's Division; is part of the National American Society for Technion. A non-fund raising organization, membership dues provide scholarships for eligible students of technology at Technion Mrs. Philip F. Thau is president of the local chapter. Bicayne: Dessert luncheon in Morton Towers Coffee Shop on Tuesday at 1 p.m. Documentary film. "Come with Me My Brother." will be shown. Guest speaker is Mrs. George Linden. Chairman is Mrs, A. Charles Rueger. %  : Coral Gables: Luncheon at Holiday Inn. SW Dixie Hwy., at noon Tuesday. Songs will be featured by Cantor Richard Brown, of TernHollywood: Champagne party at home of Mrs, Alan Venzer, 3828 No, Circle Dr., Hollywood, on Tuesday, 8 p.m. Document, film, "Mellah," will be shown Speaker iMr-. Alan Yei: Chairman iMrs. Elsie Kriss Islanders: Social coffee at home ol Mrs, .I"-' ph Kantor. 13105 Or| tego Ln.. Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Speaker iMrs. Florence Kupperman. Songs will be by Janet Sanders. Chairman is Mrs. Morris Lipp. • Miami Beach Afternoon: Brunch al home ol Mrs. Hyman Rottenberg. 1611 Daytonia Rd., on Tues day. 11 a.m. Documentary film. "Mellah." will he shown. Speaker is Mrs. Joseph W'ilkes. Chairman is Mrs. Paul Taylor. North Dade: Social coffee at home of Mrs. Harry Lamport, 181 NE .170th St., on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. Documentary film, "Mellah." will be shown. Speakers are Mrs. Joseph Rocklin and Mrs Howard Horn. Chairman is Mrs Arthur Blechman. AIRS. HARRY ROSt.fiZlAIT n. 7345 SW 133rd Ter on v c mi sdaj noon Speaker is Mrs our Goldstein. Chairman is "'iMorry Cutler Southwest: Fashion show at home of Mrs. Roberta Flachner 4410 SW 102nd Ct., on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Documentary film. "Come with Me My Brother." will be shown. Honored guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Matathis E. Frances, who have both graduated from ORT schools. Chairman is Mrs Stephen Hutt. North Miami: Fashion show at home of Mrs. Matthew G. Ettinger, 18015 NW 17th Ave.. on Monday, 8:30 p.m. Speaker is Mrs. Neil Hoder. Chairman is Mrs. Jerome Frankel. e Sooth Miami: Luncheon and fashion show at home of Mrs. Alan Girl Scouts Asked to Service All registered Brownies and Girl Scouts and adults active in Girl Scouting have been invited to attend services at Temple Tiferefh Jacob on Friday evening. Mar. 8. Designated as Girl Scout Sabbath, beginning a week-long cele hration of Girl Scout Week, full uniform is requested. Following the service, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Brikled will host the Oneg Shabbat in honor of the occasion. Mrs. Brikled is district chairman of Flamingo District Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida. 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larch 1, 1963 •P> SYm 1 *# ftfirirti'^in Page 15-B L :fey C. Myers (left), a member of Federation's Executive nittee; Judge Irving Cypen (center), vice president of 3tion; and Miami City Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz. [nan of the Lawyer's Division of the 1963 Combined Jewppeal campaign, are shown at a brunch meeting at the of Judge and Mrs. Cypen, first event sponsored by the lei's Division this season. M Orchestra to Dedicate Sixth ert to the People of Tel Aviv [University of Miami Synv, Orchestra, In cooperation III,' United suites IntormaTgency's Voice of America. Idicate its sixth pair of sea-| Incerts on Sunday, Mar. 3. londay, Mar. 4. to the city topic of Tel Aviv, Israel. Jucted by Fabien Sevitzky I (... lining the outstanding Israeli violinist. Zvi Zeitlin. |ymphony Orchestras ninth Musical Salute" program oreign country will be preat Miami Beach and Dade Auditoriums. Voice of America, which lateits 21st anniversary B4 to Mar. 2. will record the Liny program for later past tn Israeli radio stations. Itlin will perform two violin ler'os, Moiart's No. 5 in A ;.c< Room Tssover Rate Weiss, ot the Lorn bar dy I Crjstal Room, this week meed thai there will be a |.i! Passover package rate eon 5110 for three meals lie Dine days. s will include two Seders, a |!i .. well-known cantor, name |c announced in the near fuwill officiate, Weiss said. |>til reservations should be separately. Weiss explained. "Those Staying in near hotels, or living in the vicinity he Lombardy, 8305 Collins Ave.. .in Beach, are invited to avail nselves of the Crystal Room's lilies during the holiday." uisinc at the Crystal Room is li'h Kosher, Major, and the premiere performance of a compositon by the Israeli composer Paul Ben-Haim. The major orchestral selection on the program will be Schumann's Symphony No. 4. Firmly established as one of the most popular young violinists before the American public today, Zeitlin has given yearly extensive tours of the United States and Canada in recital and in appear ances with major symphony orchestras. He premiered Igor Stravinsky's Violin Concerto with the New York Philharmonic in 1961. and last spring performed the same concerto with the Israel Philharmonic in Tel Aviv under the baton of guest conductor Stravinsky. During the past five years. Zeitlin has played yearly in South America, as well as the major iiiies in Europe, He has also participated in the Marlboro Music Festival at Marlboro, Vt.. sharing he spotlight with such noted .ltists aRudolf Sirkm and Pablo asals. Rabbi Stern Will Lecture Saturday R.-ibl i Tibor Staru. gpkttusl leader of Beth Jacob Congregat tion, will discuss "The Status of % %  Torah and Science" at lecture at k Beth Jacob on Saturday, 5 p.m. Rabbi Stern will dispute the recent statements here "thai Torah : is not science." Said Rabbi Stern, n announcing j the lecture: "H Torah is divorced from science, religion has no movI nice in face a world (if matter ; .\. i! science is divor< d Ir im Torah, the world may b( i! omed to destruction because !' %  > destructive powi r ol science v. ill have no moi al o il control Rabbi Rutchik At Beth David Pulpit gue-t at Friday evening rei vices at Beth David will be Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director ol the Southeast Region, United Synagogue of America, according to an announcement by Lewis Sternshein, presideni ol the congregation. Rabbi Rutchik's topic will be "The Wisdom to Know the Difference." Rabbi Rutchik earned a Master (if Hebrew Letters from the Jewish Theological Seminary and was crdained in 1952. Regional offices ot the tinted Synagogue are in Miami. Spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation is Rabbi Norman Shapiro LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF .NTENTION TO APPLN FOR CHANCE OF NAME CHANCERY No. 63C 1883 \..i .is ii, : ,l,i RI> .11 thai gned I'HtW n i.' HEXE KDVVAItl' MIK' >l IXSKI, i i • -"Ii • i... i. I' l-ioi'Hn. Inli mis ol IIIHI, \. in II Judl lal Clreu .1 11,. I ';,il. Com .i I loc-l \ -I II • I iin t'rcltr i > 111 1X SKI %  liK.N'l VilKKI. Ii lima I led at Miami, I Feb. 27, KI'ORXE EDWARD >l IXSK I I 1/7.7317. flower u& WgnlfW, beautiful u. reverently cared for •urroundfogg for our ^parted loved ones are • source of very real comfort to ail^ *isi> ... .. Af *D COMMUNITY VAC ml V MO 1-7693 Bar Kochba' To be Presented On Miami Beach The inspiring Jewish opera, "Bar Kochba," is announced by the -Miami Reach Community Singers to be their 10th anniversary product Kin. Saturday evening. Mar. 16. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Conducted by composer, Ben Yomen, the Avroham Goldfad>n score will be presented in concert form. Singing the major roles will be baritone, Stan Porter, repeating his earlier success here under Mr. Yomen in the title role, and lyric soprano, Carol Done, as Dina. English narration will be by Jinimie Roscnstrauch, Mrs. Gershon Miller and Dr. Morton Rosenbluth. Accompanying the more than 50 singers will be pianist. Margaret Yomen. Telling the story of "Bar Kochba." or "Son of the Star," the action of the musical drama is set in the year 132 of the common era. Enslaved under Roman rule, the hope of the Jewish peoples was briefly reviewed by "Bar Kochba," a Hebrew gladiator whose valiant efforts to lead Judea in revolt against the Roman Empire became a legendary hope of his : people. Although ill fated, the revolt has, nevertheless, become an inspiring story of the Jews, and "Rar Kochba" one of their most beloved heroes. Beth Israel Sisterhood Sisterhood of Beth Israel Conj grcgation is having a card and game night on Tuesday at the Berkowlte-Coronet Hotel Spanish Envoy At Doral Beach Guest of honor at the Fiesta Iberia at the Doral Beach on Mar. 7 will he His Excellency Don Antonio Garrigues y Dias-Canabato. the Ambassador of Spain to the United States. Ambassador Garrigues will be the guest of Alfred L. Kaskel. owner of the new S12.000.000 Doral, Beach Hotel, which opened Feb. 15, and the Doral Hotel and C'oun-; Irj Club in Miami He will arrive in Miami on Mar. 6 and stay for several days. He will attend the international Spanish fashion show on the afternoon of Mar. 7 and will be guest of horcr at several private dinner parties and other functions following this event. A select group Of Siilll'l Florl'as most fashion-conscious women will be afforded the opportunity of viewing the first and only United States showing of the exclusive collections ol Spain's live best fashion designers at the %  F iesta Iberia." VOLFON. Mis. dt-nln, 83, 733 WWIi St., h ,i |. I, |S. (Hi iik I'um" il Holm BAIGEL. Rabbi Abraham. 89, 730 Colliny Ave ,i:.,| r. Ii 22 Blnaberg al Newman. GOLDBERG. .'.— I'll. •' %  ; "> '"•' 1: "> i r. k l>r I'.lasl.. i %  ill Ni "man. JUST, IrvlllR, 63, 31S -'"'Il *•. died l-..I, a Rlvei ldi SHER. Hnrr> V., 7, 1511 SK .>2nl St., ,11,.,| | ,i, 2 Cordon SZERLIP. ha) C, 55, iJ',8 tlar> Ave.. ,11,il Feb. I':'. lleyei SOBOL, Harry, 5S, :'7"l I lopln Dr., Mhamar, died Feb. < ;...-.IJ.M. BLEIER. MiCu-si. 62, 1(0 NE Igftth St. Riverside. FLAX. Sain ?5. it* Meridian Ave., ,11,,I I b. 2. Riverside, LICHTENSTEIN. Mr*. Crt'inl.. ... I"." 7:it ll Si. ill.'I I % %  Ii. •%  ". Riverside. ABRAMSON, William, T7. 1670 James \\. died IM'. IS. Riverside. GREEN, Mrs. Row, II, 121 lath Bt., died Feb. 20. Riverside. ROBINS. William I. Riverside. SISSELMAN, Murray, S7, MM Hay ltd., di.-.l Fab. 1H. Riverside. VICTORHAUS, Louis, 77. IMS .-V\ lllh Av,-.. di.-.l Pall. 80. Mordon. FRIEDEL, Mrs. Ksthoi, 6<. 730 Htn PL, difd fob, IV Kix.rsid. KUSHMAN, Alexander, SO. 8651 Coiling vve died I'"'!' l*. Rlveralde. RUBENSTEIN. Morris, 10, Ml Hay l>r.. died Feb. 19. Rlveralde, WOLF, JOKpph J., '.'-'. '.". 1 1 Hl-.ayn.' Blvd., die.I I'.l.. IS. Rlveralde. FlSHMAN. Maurice, 20, 1270 Bw BW s. iii.-.t Feb. IS, Oordon KLEIN. Martin, 54, :'"". Arabia Ave., (MMi-Loclui, di.' I FVb. IS. lloroon. KLEINMAN, Jacob. 76, S8 W. IStH St.. died I'.' 1 17 Rlveralde. LEVIN, MiiHi.l, 7:'.. 2118 8\V Hli St., died Feb. 17 Oordon. PEARLMUTTER. Mrs. Pauline. .4. :nii7 in ri.n Av. „ died Feb. 17 RivWEISS. Mrsi,Ma. B, 1008 DoUSTUe Rd died Fab, I s Oordon ADIS. Unit*, '-. I s -"' (""Hi"Vve.. ,h, ,| I. I, IT Rlvi ralde COLTEN. Bernard, 7s. 1721 M> Ave., died Feb II Rlvi aldi World-famous cellist Leonard Rose will appear in a recital sponsored by Friends of Chamber Music of Miami at the White Temple on Tuesday evening. Program will include sonatcs by Brahms, Boccherini, Bcch, Hindemith, and Chopin (for piano and cello). 'Tenth Man' to Be Held Over •The Tenth Man." Paddy Chay elsky's prize-winning comedy drama, will he held over an additional week through Sunday. Mar 10. at the Coconut Grove Play house. Chayefskys background tor the age-old legend of the "dybbuk" has caused a storm of pro and con discussion among spiritual leaders here. Marking up a run of four weeks "The Tenth Man" now takes its /lace among the all-time Playhouse hits. Among them are Me nasha Skulnik's "The 49th Cousin" and the recent Bufman-Seiden presentation of "PaJama Tops." LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2191 I.KON KEITH .\M'i:i:s iMaimirr, \ s M VIlY l i: VXt'KS P IM I 'i I. ndanl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T( i MAKY K \.M'i:s H AM nn Ave., \\ Aahxllle, N. Yi.ii are hi rebj r,-.ti %  i• .1 lhal il Hill l,| ('..Mipl.iiTi: I" I %  : • • '" ill, .i nuaiiiHl you, and ymi an n i.iilr, ,| in -. i .. n i I|J id \ i Vnawi oi I'leaillnp I BUI ol C< on the id. iniiiis AII s .-11 F.\ IN IKHIIlMAN .v IL il '/.I'M \N". '"• Imlil llldj.. Miami. Pin., and fill Ihl oriKinal nnmri r or pli ndlnn In i hi ,.ili, of HiI'I. ik ol the rireull I "oui I ,.n .,i before ill. isi da} ol April, IMS. h' \,,'.i full i s,,, jtidirmenl h> default "ill I" taken aaalual vou fur the relief demanded In the Bill .>f Complaint. HUM: ANIl UKDKKEO il Miami. Florida, this 27th da) of February, A.D. 1883. i: B. I.I:\TIII:I:M.\N. Clerk, i"ir. Mil Court, IHide County, Florida is. all Bj : K. M I.V.MAN Benut) Clerk si., im. Ooodman St Holtiman ::n, s^,. v bold Building Miami. Flol Ida All..in.H for Putlntifl I 1-8-15-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR. DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2154 NAMV CAlli IL.YN OATES 1'lnlntlff \ s DALE RODKRIC OATEH 1 1, i. ndanl NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION YOt', DALE RODERH' OATES, i.;i..; -ii. btreet, Santa Roaa, California, are notified <•• aerve a copy ol your ansu.r to Divorce Complaint filed aKulnat you on Plalntlffa attorney, OEORGH NICIIOI.AS. 612 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file original with Clerk ••! thla (-ourt on or before April it. li*s:*. otherwise I'omplalnt will be coufeaaeu by you, DATED: Feb. i'. W* K. !•• %  LEATHERMAX, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida is, :ill Bj : C. I". ('( il'KI.ANI' Deputy Clerk S/1-8-15-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERRRV rHVES that tin underslirned, dealrins to engage In i.usiii.sunder the flotltlou* nami ol TAI.IJER ASSOCIATES at TTIl Byron Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, li. mis to reglater aald nami with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dadi i 'ountj. i lorlda. HEBER R Mi INTIl'.i: l ,iu i iffleep of i. Ktanlej l. -A Ine Ait,,, II. \.~ for II. -Ii R, Mclntlre "Taller Vaaocla i. • :'.,..n.I \\.nn Mi ,, i ... I i irlda :: 1-8-15-22 NOT CE BY PUBLICATION IN THI RC II COURT CF THE I _L -/F.NTH JUDICIAL CIRs FLOR DA :N AM FOR t"DE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6 IC 3 1 I>i endnnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I IK II '. Mai Vi IIHIHI ...I .. .1 i-. i \ %  illl nf Coni oi 1 -ill \ i\. m %  '. Ill LTZ.MAN, A Bi H.D IHIKDIXC, MIAMI 32, ,.' iiC. I 'A Ii Al i oi I'll ,i Una in Ihi : the the I in In I -i n; ol Apt :". I. Il to do ao, judi I will tu ke I • i %  Ill r plaint. Thin notice hall d on ... h A'eek for tool HKeeuil\e weekK .II Till-: JEM ISII r tlRIDIAN IHI.NE AND t'lt'DEUEH .u Miami, Florida, tin. 2'ih da.< "i hehruary, A 11 !:..:;:. i: II, KEATIIEUMAX, (*li Ik. i, lit Court. I >ndi i 'ounl •. Flm Ida I heal 1 llv : K M I.VMAN Depilt.x Clerk Shevln, lloodman & Holtxmnn ;| m s, v IHIIII Builil IIK Mi mil 82, I lorida AH.. i n.'.i for Plaintiff :: l-S-15-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2143 .1. s. cl.KAx>.\. JR., iAdministrator I'nlted Stnti H % %  Amei lea, and Ii is. Kitccesaora in puch office, and Ins or their aattlgna, Plaintiff, vs. KCC.r.NK K. CAl'SEY and IK>RIS I'ACSEY, his wlfi I >efi udanta, NOTICE OF SUIT I'i. El'tiENE K. CAl'SEY and In .III:CAl'SEY, Ii ,. i ienernl I >clB er.v Perdldo Beach, Florida Vi il ARE HEREBY NtrTIFIEI 'thai a suit li.is been brought agulnat you h> .i. s. I;I.I:AS.IN. JR., an Admlnis\ %  ,. ... the I'nlted .-,.ii.of Ami ii' and ..... II II i office, and Ins or il" -. i" '" • %  I"%  mot k'aiii %  Inn the I %  • 19 HKKTI.KIS HOMES KEl "I'll iX T\\ '' plat thei In Plat H ..-. .ii |..,.-. I i, of thi %  ihl ii ,.|" I Mil. I • 1 .mil \,.u ., • > oui an-u. r Ith the Clerk ol .... .ii thi i 'ourthouw in Mian I. I..ii ,..]..:.. ,\ %  and inwrvi a of HUCII .ii:-". upon M v I:I:S HEIMAX, KAPLAN & CATSMAN I'lainiiiTs .mi.i-ii. %  :• -. whoai addv Building, II.Ml > W I II -' Street, Miami 86, Florida, on or before -iid date, arequired l>> the laws ,,• Florida. If you fall to do %  the cmnplalnl will be taken as confi h\ you and a Decree Pro Cmfeaao will i,, ', nt, i. ,t ngalnat you for the rellel demanded In the complaint DATED tlds 26th da) of February, 1883 K. B, LEATHERS! VX "lerk of the > Ilrcuit Court I ladiCount) Ilorlda is.ali By: K. M. I.VMAN I i, put) ("III k My.-is. ll.'lm.iii. Kaplan .\ Cat'onan Eleven-Fifty Building II.". i s \\ l-'ii si st i.. I Miami 36, I lorida :: I-S-15-2I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 63C 2160 KENNETH LLOYD Bl'RROW Plaintiff, vs. MARY ELEANOR Bl'RROW Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; Mary Eleanor Burrow i ., Mr Ro) l'ais..ns dark Street VYarreneburg, Mlaaourl Y.ni. MAKY ELEANOR i-.n:i:(i\v. are hereby notified that a BUI ol Complaint fur Dtvoroa has been filed. against you, and you are required to si in a copy nf yow Anwer or Plead* INK t" the Bill ..' Complaint on tho Plaintiff K attorney. BKYMOlTt l.oNIK1N, S02I N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, and till the original Anawef ,,r Pleading In the offio. of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 38th dav of Match, ISSS. if you fail to do so. Judgment by default will bi taken against you for the rellel •!•manded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published onci ..nh week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH 1 LORIDIAV DONE VXD ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 87th day of February, A.M. 1863. B, r. LEATHERN VX Clerk. Circuit court. I >:,ii. i •,,"iu> Florida (seal) Bj : K. M. LYM VX I teputy ('lerk SEYM( 'i i: i.(>NI K IX :,02S N V ML Ave. Miami. Ilorld i Attorne) foi Plaintiff



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March 1. 1963 Jewisti fhrktbdn Page 15-A lltural Gap' is to Be Inned %  B-G !_lJTA) —Prime Minister Ben-Gurioa asserted this ;, interview in the Paris L'Aurore. that Israel had 11 substantial economic stalull employment and expanproductivity but still faced L of integrating •year after |,nn| thousands of immi|ami possibly in the near tulindredii of thousands.'' Prime Minister said that the main tasks lacing IsII tii-narrowing ot the "cuipip" between European and il immigrants. He describieli French relations as "the est.'' adding that he found ship for Israel in political Military circles "and also on r rt (,i President de Gaulle," he c i ed "France's savior." J sod the belief that the In world and the Soviet Union drawing closer toIK' said tins was developn-e to the growing dell Dy Russia's masses for betI lards of living and to the ne "danger," of which the If were "fully aware.'' Anreas the Prime Minister Hwas European unity. "I a United states of Europe I am convinced that this will (•: %  • %  ,i reality," he said. He expressed the view that Britwould eventually be admitted European Economic Comwhich "will become one of Mongol elements" in world LEGAL NOTICE -E C.RCUIT COURT OF THE E E\TM Ji DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN 'NO roK DADE COUNTY. ".OR UA. I \ CHANCERY No 6:C 2079 • I I.KNHKCK, vmito BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "And next, children, comes the Emperor Trajan. He treated our people in Judea with great severity and exterminated all the Jews in North Africa. He is known as one of the 'Five Good Emperors of Ancient Rome'." Copr. 1963. Doyenu Production* LIGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY iHVEN thai the iin.i. i MI: ni'ii. desiring i* engage In liusineas undei the fictitious name <-t Ro|:|N ASS' • %  l \ii:> .ct i>" X.E 126th Si No Mi. mi. I la Intend li res;l*tei Haiti name with the Clerk il thi I'll I %  -1111 ot I Mule Count) Horidi i c 'its CAI.VIX CCTLER IIAKKV VK'TOII TANNoZZINl Pnrtnet s A NORM \\ fill PKKK AI tome) for Pui mere .':.'. :: 1-8-13 KN1IECK, •.OTICE BY PUBLICATION I I H. .1.1.1 \ UEl "K I I..-. Road .... \ \. >TI HKI 1 'i i %  and l > -.iii Aii %  I ; I u M VI. KK, In Ml, I In • .in. ..f the %  .'. HI. i ..II in I..%  i A|H I, ISM !. ulhi i I .11'. | u h ilas of Eel LK V rilKUM \\ %  i 'in nil i'.. II i sXK 'EX '••I'UtJ I'll ik %  VI.EK • HIM .1 %  • i. • I orhlii 3 l-S-15-22 This Emblem Identifies Your I'elcome Wagon Sponsors fs\ — w firms o! prestige in the business awl ciic life of your community. f "tMS INTERESTID IN S >0NSORSHIP, PIUSE CALL HI 8-4994 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HERBHY lilVEN that ilit11n %  I. r-iv;i I • register Maid name with the Clerk "l the Circuit Court ..i Dade i 'ount), Florida. HARRY ALBERT ANN ALBERT l.W II. I Vlyers, llelman, Kaplan & Catsman AttOl n\ i.| i i\\ net's |.i: %  :.. a l NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HI ItEin (ilVEX thai tli. mi.I. r-slgni •> %  to engage In I. -.,,.. | ih.. Ilctlilo ii..in %  Rl'HAFT I'ltl.N I'ERS ..' IMS Miami III a. li. I lurlila %  | > .i.l 11.. li.H i' 1' %  Il\i i ..nil i '..in I • if I M.I. > .DI-.RT I. Mill LTZ. Sole • nvii.'i' n .; Inian .v Holtxman 1 -a ii. for Albert I. Ki :: I IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2080 i\ II I.l AM II. KII.EY. I'IH iitirr, VMRITE l H.IJllA-M Itll.HY. I >• i< ii.i.. nt. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION To: AMRITE ol.MIAM RII.KY ..". SI el ling Stleet %  ire. i Hbvro, Noi ill Carolina V .| ARE 111 111 : 1 : V NOTIFIED thai .. Hill oi %  '• %  iiiiiiaiiii for Divorce ha* I... II HI. .i a_aiu.-i you and you an required to verve a ro|>) ..i your A".v. lheri-l i Plaintiff* Attorney, JoSEI'H v\ MALEK, 330 IJncoln Itoad, Mi ii I I'-, ach, :'.'• %  I i I h a"' 1 nl,. ii,. original thereof in the office %  •r the 'a rk i.f tht Cln iii > 'ourt mi i..i. Hi. -n.i .i.n i.f April, I:•<;:. othet i-.a i •> %  i. • I'm i ail.— %  be %  I attain-! i OU. HATED tit Miami, Dad County, Florida, thi..'Ml. day of lebruary, i: i: I.EATIIERMAN C'tel K "I illi 'ir. nil CoUl I i.-. -all I.. I. hXEICDE.V fiepul) Clerh .1iSEI'll \\ MAI.EK \ii.in.-> tor I'laintlff SMI l.ifu-oln K.'i'l Miami !' %  • a I. % %  I Ida :: I-8-16-3! IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 58667 B IN RE: Eatate "i AI.I'NZ'i IUI.KV |..-..a-.-!. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltora and -Ml Peraons HavIIUJ (lain..or IVln.in.iAnun.-l Saiil i:.-la|.-: You am hereby notified ami requtred in preeenl an) otalma and demanda which you may have unalnai ilueatate of Alomo Rllej deceaed lai.a l'ail. ',.iim>. Elorida, io the f'ounty Jud*a ..f Dada County, and file iin Mime In dupllcati .mil as irovlded in aeetU>n 7S3.16, hlorida Statuti-8. In their i.in.,in the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, I da, within M\ calendar months from 'intime ni the flrat publication hereof, or tli, .-..in. will inbaned. I 'a'. .1 al Mian.i, II..11.la, Ilu--'nil da) ..r l % %  > ILII >. \ I • l". : i i.Aiti: i: I:H.I:Y As Executrix Myera, Helman, Kaplan %  >. Cateman 115U S.W l-i Sii.-. I Ml iml i I %  Ait..i-ni for Exi i nl' i'' :; 1-8.15-22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C '651 l;i ISEMARI SAI.ERNo. I'laintlff, 11 El iR" IE K.\ I.ERNi i. 11. i,miaul SUIT FOR DIVORCE 'I'u: OEl iRliE S'AI.ERNl !". Main Btrei t Tuckahoe, New York You, liBoROE SAI.i:i:N nre hereby notified thai a Hill of Complaint I'mDivorce hna lieen filed auain.-t you, and >iiti tinrequired t" s.-rvu a copy '..I >..ii: Anawer or Pleading to the Bill ..i Complainl on the Plalntlffa attorney, SMITH \ MANDLER, I"? I.inI coin Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and i fil>il i uinal Anawer or Pleading, in : tinoffice i.f tinClerk olthe Circuit I'otirt on or before the -'*lh day nf March, 1968. if you rail t.. do BO, Judgment ii> default will be taken nguinal you for tinrelief demanded in i tinitill of Complaint. Thia notice Khali be published once • %  iirh week for four conaecutive weeks in Till: JEWISH l-'l.' il:llU.\N. IMINI: A x 11 i >I:I ii:i!i:i • nl Miami, i loi Ida, i inISlh da) ol I". !.i nary AH i•• %  i; it 1.1: \l'lll-:r.MAN". Clerk, i 'i-, uii i '..in • I \:.|.. i '..in. Hull ... (seal) ID ISXEEOEX 1 i. nut -, i 'lei I. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. eSC-795 (Balaban) %  jU'RI'RBIA FEDERAL SAVIXCS ANI) I (IAN ASSi II l.\ Tli iN, Plaintiff. \'s. OEXE BARTON WHATT.KT ami UEl'RETTA A UN"'I.l i UIIATI.i:V hiWife, Al.i:i|i.\ ( 'ASTKI.M il and C vsTKl.l.iil her buaband ii married. ALBERT II. DANfEI.S and EARL.AINK DANIELS hla Wife, DcfenclnntH. NOT.CE OF SUIT li i ALBERT II. DAXIKLS and K A III. A INK DANIELS hiwife, RES'lflENCE I'NKNiiWN. ami all partlea claim iiu by, through, under igalnal the ah..v.n un.-.l d< fend .miIf alive, or if dead their unknown heira, devlaeea, gran teen, legutoea, ;-nigneea, li.ni.i-. creditor*, truateew and all part leu hnvlng or claiming in having any right, titl Intereal In I he propel t) hei eln deaci Ibed: You are hereb) notified that the ..'..a • captloned action ha.hi en In Ktliutcd HRalnal you In the Circuit Court i.f the I:I.I:\I:N"I'II i, .,i %  ir. ill of ILi t.la in anil for DADE fount) t.. fi.i. % %  •l..w, a iiinrtgiige upon the following .1. .-. i il..-.l peal propel I...1 -'•.. Bha-k 74, NORWi 'OD I'll'l'll ADDITION, SECTION TWO, according; tn the 11aI thereof, recorded In Plat Book if, tit Itatte i"' 1 "I the l' ihlic Reconla of I lade 'ouni \. hlorlilu, You ;* i. .-.|" r.'.l t.. file > ..HI p n %  • lo i %  l. %  • 11-.11 %  nmplalnl iih the i.. u .a i he aforesaid C in i up; thel i-uf ii | >. -II |.!.iiiililfnttorney MARTIN l-INi:. nth Kloor 1 tli l %  i. nil Kl.l-.. M In in I 32, I not later than March -'•. IH63, .. r .. i .:, ^-,, ,\ in he enti red agafiiHt you. I I.\TED: I-'. In nary l"-. I-: II LBATHEKM VN ('lerk i.f the < Ircuil < *oui t laeall B) : '< M I.YMAX, 11..1.mi iMi-ik | MARTIN PINE Atioriie) for Plaintiff I llh l-'l Dade Federal Blilg, M ia mi 32, Il.-riila 2 22, % % %  l-si|5 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN In THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58611. B RE: l•:.-:. %  i. of SAM SCHONBERG NOTICE TO CREDITORS T,, ,\ ii i"i. .lit..! .and AH I'. Having ClHlina or In man.IAgainst .-.r..I Eatate: You are hereb) notified and n quired to preeenl an) i la n and d< nianda which you nut) have agamat I the • s.W! SCHONBERG, deceaaed late of Bade County, PlorWn, 1 ,,, the i'.. iiniv JudgreH ..f I'a.iCoun1 iv, ami file the name in duplicate and I aprovided In Section 73S.18, Florida Statue*, in their office* In the County | Courlhouve In Dade County, Florldii, within six calendar tin.nthfrom the time i.f tinflrat publication hereof, .a tinname win h. barred. Bitted at Miami. Florida, this I .lh day of rVbmary, A.D. IMS, BESSIE sell' iNBERG \Executrix MYERS HEIMAN. KAPLAN ,x I'AI'SMAN Attorneya for Executrix 1150 S.W 1st Street Miami. Pin. 22, :: l-x-1^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58304-C IN RE: Eatate of i-ll VRI.Eh SAMt'EL LEE Dei s.-d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltorv and All Peraono Hnvitiu t'lainis or |i.-mtinilAgainst Said Kslat. : Yon .iiihereb) notified and required !•• preaent an) clnlinK and demamiwhich you may have nvalnai the .stat.,.f CH.VRLEH S\MI'i:i. I LEE ii.-i-i-.i .-.il late ni Dade County, rlorlda, to tinCounty Judgen of Dadi fount)*, and file tin.-aimin tin ii offlcea In the t'ounty Pourthouae in I Dade County, Florida, withm si\ calendar nninths fi.iin the date of the flrat publication hereof, or finsun, u ill i.. barred. CAROLYN n. LEE. Exi cutrlx Sin \ in. ':-..,iman ,V.Il,ill/.inali I t.v S) Ivan X. ll.li/n'.i ii Attoi m i for Exei trla 146 s. ybold Bl.lg Miami. Flu. L' 1". --.'-', 3 l-S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 58445-A IN RE Kal i...I FREDA V Z1ECLER 11.. aaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All P. raonn Having Claims ot I.. m.iiiaAgainal Suld Eatate: You ai • %  hi reb) not If le I and required to preeenl an) rlalmc and demand* whi<-h you nia> have ngii "si the estate %  1 REIM V ZIEGLEK di. • aw .1 In i 'a.i. i 'ount). Florida, to the i 'ount) Judge* "t i % %  le County, and file thi name in duplicate and tis provided In Section 733.16, Florida St.,tut. s. in their offices in tin County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar month* fr, mi the time of the firal publication hereof, or the stun.will lbarred. Dated at Miami. Florldu, this 1st duv of February, A.D. I8:i TABITHA VOELZKE LEI N A. EPSTEIN A.Executors LEON A. EPSTEIN Attorney for Eatate 120 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 8 8-1.1-22, : l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..t EDDY ANI i COMPANY tit numhei Bifi N.E 185th Street in the City of Miami. Florida Intend* t-. registei the sjii.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. Dated ul Miami. I i"i Ida, this .'.til day of February, IwM NORM A N i". Bl >DY, Sole iw miHAIU'.Y M. BOSS Attorne) for AppUoant IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58222-B In RE; Kstat,. of MILDRED H. I-VTKUFAS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" \ii Creditors anil AH Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Mii.t Estate: „, You are hereby notified and required t" present any olaims and demands which yon may have against the .situ.of MILOBED B, FCTEKI'vs deceased late <>f DadiCount)'. Florida, to the Count) Judges ot Dade county, and file the santa ,n tii.ii offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within -i\ calendar montlis from the dati ,,f the first inihlii-ntii.il hereof, or the -.in, will be barred. IRWIN s Ft'TERFAS Executor C.T \ IRWIN S. FUTERFAS Ml..i in i •211 Miracle Mile i -oral I Sables, Floi Ida NOTICF UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DEW DROP INN at "801 North West '-'"tli Avenue Intends to register sold name with the Clerk • %  the Circuit I'l.m! of I'a'bCounty, Florida HAROLD WIOGLESWl IRTH Kole i iwner KI:SSI,I:I: & GARS Attoiniv P for i > tut J 1.1-22, : 1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltlou* name of HOLLIDAY INN HAIRSTYLISTS* at !:',"..t South Dixie Highway, Coral flablcs, hlorida Intends t.. reglstet said name Ith the Clet K of the I 'li • cull Court ••' I'.nii' County, Florida JERRY LINDEN HAIRSTYLISTS. INC Bi JERl IME I. INI EN, Pn •J n-1-,-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni i'1'li'i: IS HEREBY Hl\ EN the limn i stun, d, .;. -ii inu to ngagi buslm -iimi. i tin :i. i HI. ..is n.in • DAVID SHAPIRO .v COMPANY at. I2ti Lincoln Road, Miami Beach inti I me \. .t h thi Clet ,,; the Oil I of I >adi %  'oum I |ol .. DAVID SHAPIRO I' Ml. I. I LEISCHM \N" %  ] %  -.: I J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 63C1946 ESTHER KLEIN GOLDBERG and GEORGE GOLDBERG, her husband, Plaintiff*, \ s SIDNEY KLEIN, and if married, KLEIN, Inwife, HELEX KLEIN, and If murrlei her husband. MAX KLEIN, and If married. KLEIN, his will-. ..ml BERNARD KLEIN, and If married, Klein, his wife, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in SIDNEY KLEIN, ami if married, KLEIN, his wif. ... i [,..-, n 180 s.. Second Avenue Mount V'ernon, New York MAX KLEIN, ami if man n I KLEIN, hiwife, ,., Rosen 180 Bo, Second Avenue Mount V.in.ti. New York HELEN KLEIN, ami If married, her husband, ;'.;:.1 Reservoir Avenue Bronx, N. Y..i k BERN VRD K I.BIN, and If n arrii KLEIN, hin II. 13550 Tujunga Avenui North ll.'lliu I, Cullfo YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a C plaint t.. partition the fo • lowing desrrlln .1 pro|>erty, to wit l.,,. i m Block S3 of |" I'.AN BEACH ADDITION Ni %  a ,li % |on nccnt ding t" the Putt thi of, ,,, ndi i 'a Plat Book 2 at P .. of the Pi bile K i.lol Dad nl i Fli rhla, ha* been filed against you and arc herein required !•• serve •. • ,,t \ • an u. or pl< ading to Complainl on ihe Pontiffs' Alton VRONOVITZ, SILVER SCHER 607 Alnsle) Building, Mlam .: %  • Florida, and fill the original answer or pleading In the office ol the f|, rk ol the % %  ve Court on or before M ,. eh 25, 1863. It >"" f: "' '" ''" %  "" %  judgment b) default will be laken against vou for the relief demanded in tinComplaint. „ DONE AND ORDERED THIS 20th dav of l-ihrntirv. IMS. K. IV LEATHERMAX. Clerk of the Circuit Court By K. M l-VMAN Deputy I'h-rk 2 88, I I-8-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t engage In business under the fictitious name of Topps Discount Centers ;it l-"-'" and 1229 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of [lade County, Fli rids TOPPS I'lSVol'N'T CENTERSWASHINGTON, INT. KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Topps Discount Centers-Washington, Inc. 2'S-l.-.-22. 3/1 IN THE C.ni-UIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 1401 iIROLINE TAMBt'RINO, Plaintiff, I-I'.ANK'TAMI'.I r.iN'i. Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: FRANK TAMBl'RlNi l 809 Fourth Street Newark, New Jerse) ViH'. FRANK TAMBCRINO, tirnotified that a complaint for divorce ha. been filed against yon, aM you ar. i.-qiiin-.l to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiffs attorney, DANIEL NEAL HF.l.l.l'K. BW AinsI, \ Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file the original answer in UM cnerk of the Circuit Court's office, on or before the 18th day of .\Ur.-h. ISM... 'it you fall t" do so, judgment by deraull will be taken against you. DATED this 8th day of February. 'B, a I.KATIIKKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) B>: K. M l-VMAN Deputy Clerk t K.-22. 3/1-' SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 •



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I^jay March 1. 1963 vjenisfi fhrldHar) Page 11-B Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl %  —MlIM I—Wll—lll—1— %  %  —im III I GREAT ENTERTAINMENT: Eddie Fisher, who's breaking records • -e Eden Koc Cafe Pompeii, continues through Sunday. Then there good possibility that he may be held over for another week. His K#arance here, the first time in 12 years, has created much ado i. the show-goers. Fisher's personality reveals a marked maturity. %  n't once U.o-easy-going lad now takes his work real seriously. Every in Ins repertoire is delivered with authority, with true showmanship ar.d he knows how to speak, as well as sing, with an air of hu•ujlty and nothing throws him off stride during his crowd pleasing w-•rnuincfs nightly. He really warms the hearts of his hearers when he steps down from the stage, and walks among the audience, a la Al Jolson. He's inly a treat to see and hear. Joe E. Lewis, rightfully billed as "The King of Clubs." is due at the Eden Roc Cafe Pompeii on Tuesday. So. if Fisher is held over, figure what a show will be on hand, the electrify a sii jer and the king of comedians: Fisher and Lewis together. Children Plan TV Purim Play Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple F.maiui-F.l. and the children of the Temple's Foundation School will take part in a special program highlighting the festival of Purim to be telecast on Ch. 2 on Thursday evening. Mar. 7, starting at 8 p.m. Highlight of the performance will be the presentation of an original cantata written by Fay FeinBtein, Hebraic studies teacher, and directed by Trixie Levin, dramatics instructor. Florence Gold ring, musicdirector, arranged the special music for the TV show Last week, the children ot the Foundation School presented a Lincoln-Washington program writ ten and directed by Mrs. Ruth Berger. gereral studies teacher. Mrs. (ioldring and Mrs. Levin assisted in the arrangements. Robert Dein. George Eisman, Kevin Prey, Alan Tepfer anrf Stephen Unger represented Temple Emanu-El Religious School at the Keren Ami workshop held at Beth David A man with a plan, Marcello Mastroianni, plots the "legal demise of his wife in Joseph E. Levine's prize winning comedy, "Divorce — Italian Style," now being held over at Wometco's Mayfair, Sunset, Normandie, and Parkway Art Theatres. Co-starring is Daniela Rocca. We mentioned that singars (the best in the land, of course) )iv e taken over our nitery stages here. This week bears that out rore than ever. Joining Eddie Fisher in the vocal department we find Ethel Merman at the Deauville Casanova Room, Tony Martin ,. the Fontainebleau La Ronde and the wonderful team of Steve g j 0 jj e Speaker L^vrence and Eyde Gorme at the Diplomat Cafe Cristal. ONIOF TMI WORLDS FINEST IATING PLACES DIDJAN0WE T HATY CO U M^ N H O,TA • BREAKFAST From $ .75 • LUNCHEON From $1.50 • DINNER F rom $3.25 — nnd snockf for even lets FRE? VA*5? "'RKP % %  kierman is making her iirst nitery appearance here. Thbighas played in more hit musicals on Broadway than any in history. To detail all the successes she's been spotlighted need more space than we're entitled to. Martin swings into La Ronde with a lot of new numbers and by an excellent vocal group. The longtime singing favorite Beach cafe goers. Tuny s dramatic tones and stylish presence ng out the plush ringsiders hasn't gone to the heads of Steve l.rwrence and Eyde (l I, rhey're the same friendly, happy-go-lucky pair who have i sands Of admirers for those traits, and. naturally, for their j ly fine vocal talents. Its always a treat and pleasure to | hi %  them here again. BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: The Coconut Grove Playhouse con lure throngs with its great comedy-drama. "The Tenth, |fs < \-!i tough to get a seat for the matinee performances on & irdi and Wednesday, unless you make reservations well in ad[•here's still two weeks left to see this warm and delightful presentation authored bv the talented Paddy Chayefsky. whose name well-known to theatre-goers that it gets the same-size billing as • titles of his hits. Jack Carter, the comedian whose versatility is in an ueida ol entertainment, stars in "A Thousand Clowns. nat the Grove Theatre two weeks from Tuesday The DiLido Hotel Theatre is offering an attractive package, which incudes a full-course dinner; a seat for "The Fifth Season," the iomedy hit; a cocktail in the nightclub after the stage presentation; a-? show and dancing, all for one price. ne of Rodgeri and Hammerstein's big ones. "The Sound of Music i mes to Miami Beach for a four day run, at the Auditorium., Wednesday, Mar. 6. It sports a fine cast, including Jeanme %  Ci ii and John van Dreelen Patsj Abbotts cavorthV and singin stir a storm of laughs nightly timate bistro. "Patsy's Place." on 23rd St.. just a block west of ., Roney. Patsv. who writes all her own material, also created the Ii:.for the recent Props show honoring Uncle Miltic, titled A Whirl Berle." Patsy performs twice nightly, but never on Sunday, at II id 12:30. "* MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER: A movie that's destined to hi lor two more weeks at four theatres is the hilarious import from It! Divorce Italian Style." It's packing 'em in at the Mayfair, s 't Normandy and Parkway. David and Lisa." which is the -sleeper" of the year in the film d, will follow the comedy into most of the houses, starting on or around Mar. 15. The Longest Daw" featuring more than 50 top stars of America ar. Europe, continues strong at the Lincoln Theatre, just as it is in all itshowings on a reserved seat policy around the nation. Super P' 'tography and the biggest war scenes ever put on film, realistic •'' Iramatic, enhance the popular appeal of the film. ROUND ABOUT TOWN: With the International World Series Cht ipionships recently completed at the Dania Jai-Alai Palace, much attention will be focused on the upcoming Diamond Doubles Stakes. This series of matches pits the eight top teams in the world against other, over a period of weeks. The Diamond Doubles competition la year was won by Alex and Juanito. and they have been tabbed ai the early team to beat in the fierce competition At Maxims, charming Lenke Billings, a brunet looker who is one e financial backers of the Surfside dinery. and-the S. .1.1 Banmans, York. He's publisher of the New York Morning Telegraph anci ,! • Racing Form. (Who do you like in the sixth. S.J.'.'> • Jay Morton, 1963 chairman for the March of Dimes, has set M '. 16 as the March's date for the black tie affair in the Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau. Elliotf Roosevelt w.ll be guest speaker, fulfilling a date which his late mother, Mrs. Eleanor Rtosevelt, agreed to. The affair, to be emceed by Dean Murphy, ; "HI be $25 per plate. Chairman for the party is hard-working Mrs_ Esther Leviti, 6320 Alton Rd. She says that there is a mighty good chance that Sammy Davis, Jr., will entertain. Party starting time ,s 7:30 p. m. Tony Sweet has signed the Treniers to another four-week stint at Wl Cabaret Theater adjoining Tony's Fish Market. The exuberant I of eight entertainers has been jamming the place for four shows 'l.v over the past month, and Sweet, who loves a place filled witn 'V customers, decided they had to stay ... One of the most unusual combos on the Gold Coast is the • Incomparable Giovannis" currently in the Bamboo Room of the Roney I laza. *ai "grande dame" of Miami Beach hotels. To tie in to the continental atmosphere that has made the Roney world-famous, and kept it thai Manager Ashton Stanley has brought in a group that plays good 1 for dancing. Julian Burg, of Burg Advertising Agency, will be guest speak oi a< Temple Tifcvah, 5UNPr r, ulhi < ***** % £>**\\) (fiscific kjjT POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT — O a" d GARDENS PHONES MIAMI FR 14411 FT. LAUD HLWD. WA 3-M11 U.S. *1 — ADIACF.NT TO HOLLYWOOD DOC TRACK CORALREEf DR.&67AVE1W topi BE A WINNER i*tc CATERING TO SPECIAL PARTIES AND ORGANIZATIONS jC*i^"/tf%C OUR SPECIALTY! ||l^/'"C^ CHEF RONNIE AT THE BROILER Serving Steaks, Chops, Seafood and Baby Back Ribs Hickory Broiled Cocktail Hour Daily 4 to 6 .. Complimentary Hors VOtnirtt LUNCH SERVED DAILY from 85c TOM TUIIS, Owner HENRY NEYIE, Maitre d' MORRIS PIKEN, Mgr. 3622 Coral Way Phone HI 4-2979 while watching the Races! 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*- lr>* '<*• #i*>>ir-#.=>r> Friday, March 1, 19-WOMAN OF THE WEEK When Joan Field was a four-year-old, her parents put a violin into her hands, and it has stayed there ever since. The violin has changed: it is now a beautiful 1G98 Stradn arius, but the love, the passion, and the desire to become a great violinist has never wavered since that day when she was four. Joan led a very cloistered life, not having an opportunity to make friends and to play, because of the time-consuming practice. As a child of ten. she went to Europe to study Fiddle in hand, she traveled alon back and forth across the continent. When she was fifteen, she came back to New York to make her debut with the New York Philharmonic. As a devoted wife and mother, it is hard for Joan to say a casual 'goodbye'* to her husband, Alan Reskin. and sons. Charles and David and go to Europe. This is the seventh year that she has gone on a concert tour, as well as to record for Decca. One of the finest stereo studios for recording is in West Berlin. A frown wandered over Joan's pretty face when she recalled the Berlin Wall. On one side, light and happiness; on the other, it is as if the war had ended the day before. The bunker where Hitler killed himself still lies on its side. This year, for the first time, Joan is going to Israel, and she is breathless JOAN with excitement and anticipation. As an artist, Joan lives a quiet life. Her family are all musicians in their own right, so there is never a minute when music isn't being discussed or played. She practices a great deal, and also reads a lot. She leans toward the classics and poetry. She always has a book handy and has read her way through many of them in jets and ships across the Atlantic. She play-: piano, too. In her quiet way. Joan also likes to cook, and boasts proudly that she makes cakes and cookies from (lour and eggs, butter and sugar—not from a mix. Every inch the artist, and every inch the friend, was demonstrated some time back when she performed at the funeral of a dear fnend. "He wculd have liked it." she said. It has always been her life's desire to have a chamber music quartet in Miami. Upon her return here in May, Joan will name the members of the string group of which she will be director and first violinist. It is an exciting •first" that she has to look forward to. Joan has a rare quality: not only is she ;i wonderful musician, but a straightforward, fine quality of sincerity, graciousness. and friendship permeates her whole lowly personality, making all Miami call her "our Joan Field." POT LUCK A Pot Luck supper out at the home of Roz and Howard Hirsch for the Alpha Epsilon Phi gals was quite an elaborate affair. The filled pots were attractively displayed with the cook's name on a card beside it. Nothing was left but some fried chicken (made at a drive-in). The chocolate cakes baked by Ruth (Mrs. David) Ritas and her daughter, Harriet, went like mad. Naomi (Mrs. Marvin) Zank made a fancy fruit pie, but she's keeping the recipe secret. Joan and Albert Morrison, Jr.. Mikki and Morris Futernik. Joan and Eugene Bloom. Sue and Richard Helfman, Judy and Arthur Gilbert, Gail and Max Speigelman. Rose Marie and Stanley Roth. Barbara and Howard Katzen. and Rhoda and Morris Levitt were among the gang looking cute in pants. The silk dresses belonged to Red and Sam Elinoff. Florence and Sid Lewis. Mildred and Jess Spirer. and Helen and Rudolph Singer—the wives I mean. One of the attractiens of the evening, beside the food and the poker games, was the new grand piano. It played marvelous music—it was a player piano. Roz' living room literally knocks out the eye of the beholder. Bright fire engine red wall-to-wall carpeting is accented by two walls of bright red. too. Very different. EVERYTHINGS DIVIDED THESE DAYS Young leadership, old leadership, new leadership, static leadership —every leader has a place. However, there still hasn't been a division of "About to Be's" and "Has Becns." Dianne and Danny Heller staged a cocktail party in honor of Alan Sagner, of Newark. N.J. (Young Leadership UJA). It was a fun evening. Among guests were Nancy and Joe Kantor. Ruth and Marshal Russ. Marilyn and Harry Smith. Ilene and Sam Luby. Jr., Ilene and Lloyd Russkin. Doris and Milton Sadoff, Josie and Carl Bauman. Lynn and Louis Wolfson, Harriet and Marshall Harris, and Arlene and Larrie Blasberg. WHEN IS A GREEN THUMB A DIFFERENT COLOR? Lil Duntov's green thumb turned into a rainbow when she received five red and blue ribbons on the eight arrangements that she turned in for judging at the Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club Flower Show. Five out of eight. Pretty good. SHE WENT INTO THE KITCHEN Inez Krensky went into the kitchen at the Eden Roc Hotel to make sure that the salad plates looked just right for the CJA luncheon that she chaired last Friday. She was satisfied. It was a lovely affair. Mrs. Jack Ablin and Mrs. Sam Blank were in conference for a few minutes. Mrs. A. L. Glickman made sure that her mother, Mrs. Mattie Washton, was at her own table. Seen at some of the other beautifully-decorated tables were Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs. Chester Krone, Mrs. A. J. Molosky. Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Mark Harris. Mrs. Joseph Ketsky, Mrs. Irvin I.evenson. Mrs. Ruth Johnson Bergcr. Mrs. Frank Frankel, Mrs. Jack Carner. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt came together from Coral Gables. Peau de Soie For Miss Fisher Sharon Fisher and Stephen H. Portman were united jn marriage Sunday evening. Feb. 24. at the Algiers Hotel, where a reception and seated dinner followed the ceremony. Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiated. The new Mrs. Portman is .ne daughter of Mrs. Lillian Weiss, of Coral Gables. She is a graduate of Oxford Private School and attended the Universities of Alabama and Miami. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Portman. ol Merrick. NY., and No. Miami Beach. Now associated with children's wear firms in New York, he is a graduate of the Mephani High School and Hofstra College in New York, where he was voted Nassau County's leading basketball scorer. He was also voted to the New York Daily Mirror and Daily News all-scholastic basketball teams. Given in marriage by her brother, Howard Fisher, the bride wore an ivory peau de sole gown with a beaded alencon lace bodice featuring a scoop neckline and elbow sleeves. The controlled skirt, with front appliques of beaded lace, fell to a flowing chapel train. A double layer of poufed French, imported illusion was held by an ivory beaded alencon turban. She was attended by Mrs. How ard Fisher, matron of honor. Joy Silverman, junior bridesmaid, and Berret Fisher, flower girl. Gary: Drew was ring-bearer. The bridegroom's father served as his best man, and Donald Fine, Bernard Eisenstein and Fredrick Silver were ushers. After a honeymoon trip to St. Armands Key. the newly-married couple will live in North Miami Beach. Arizona Rites For Newmans Miss Heather Bayme Sim. Dallas. Tex., a former resit) Miami Beach, and William ry Newman, Jr., were man Hi-nee, Ariz. Announcement of the nupti : made by the bride's gran m Mrs. Milton D. Dreyfus. Miami Beach, whose late husband executive president of the N al Children's Cardiac Hospr Werner K*hn MRS. MICHAEL BREGMAN Purim Masquerade Ball Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood is having a Purim masquerade ball on Saturday night. Mar. 2, at the Center. Prizes will be awarded for best costumes, and dancing will be to the music of the Blue Notes. /?' OTARION HEARING AIDS *.ir All Motll WHILE YOU WAIT faH*rf and Mold, Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 42 N.W Firtt Sf. M 7-1022 TEHM5 — TRADE S __ A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 \\. i n. r-Kulm MRS. STEPHEN H. PORTMAN Miss Fabrikant In Chantiliy Gown Miss Susan Fahnnkant became the bride of Michael Bregman on Sunday. Feb. 24. in 5 o'clock rites at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fabricant, 13605 NE 5th Ave.. No. Miami. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs Joseph Bregman, 1510 Bay Dr.. Miami Beach. Matron of honor was Mrs. Robert Katz. Best man for the groom was Robert Krantz. Ushers included Michael Fabrikant. Ira Bregman. Blair Ribiat and Richard Ribiat For her wedding, the bride chose a chantiliy lace gown with a sealloped-edged neckline trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. The bridal ensemble also included a softly cascading veil, a tiara of pearls, and a bouquet of white roses and orchids. Newlywed Mrs. Bregman graduated from North Miami Senior High and attended the Universtiy ol Miami. She is presently employed at the Metropolitan Bank. The groom attended Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami, where he was affiliated with Tau Delta Phi Fraternity. He is with the Economy Packing House. A wedding dinner followed the ceremony. Following a honeymoon spent in Mexico, the couple will live in Surfside. Gold, Gelman In Nuptials Here Carrying her great-grand ei's h a n d %  embroidere I hai chief, Paula Evelyn Geim; changed nuptial vows with rence Helvin Gold on Sat Feb. 23. Site of the evening cen performed by Rabbi Eugene vitz. was Michel's Rests where a reception and dinm lowed. Attended by her sister, Loi man. the bride wore a street gown of white satin brocade sleeveless frock had a V-nei Aline skirt, and short mat i. jacket. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs u Gelman, the new Mrs. Col graduate of Miami Beach gh and attended Dade Count} inior College. Her husband is a gradu. ol : Miami High and Dade t % % %  Junior College and attende :he University of Miami. He i :he son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Gold S\V 22nd Ter. Steve Stern as his best man. New address for the ccuple will be 2401 SW 28Ui -tl I I eel MRS. LAWRENCE 0010 %  ATT E X T I O If WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS OF LADIES BOUTIQUE ITALIAN KNIT IMPORTS KNITS INTERNATIONALE NOW CLOSING-OUT ENTIRE INVENTORY OF CURRENT KNIT IMPORTS AT TREMENDOUS PRICE REDUCTIONS MUST MAKE ROOM FOR OUR FALL COLLECTION (3 PC. SUITS, DRESSES AND COATS) BY APFOTNTMENT KNITS INTERNATIONALE 1925 BAY ROAD MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE JE 1-3345



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Friday. March 1. 1963 yjcnisti flfeeahe Our Daily Colleagues Here Speak for Themselves Page 7-A A VIEW OF THE NEWS PJ BILL BAGGS Recognition Due This is a piece of writing which easily could be misunderstood. It concerns two facts: I. Over the years, many Jews in the profession of law down South have been esteemed as legal scholars. 2. No Jewish lawyer lever has been appointed to I the judiciary in the region [known as the Deep South. The two facts have 'meaning when put together, and the most obvious 'meaning would be an hisBAGGS torical anti-Semitic mood down South, but this wouid be an overstatement, indeed a false interpretation, because the majority opinion of persons who can appreciate the worth of a splendid lawyer do not reveal any prejudice in their esteem of Jewish scholars in the practice of law in Miami, Jacksonville, Atlanta, New Orleans, or any of the other Southern communities where Jewish scholars in the profession are found. Migration Pattern A piece of the explanation can be found in the migration patterns of the country. As everyone else did except the Indians, the Jews came to America from other parts of the world, and mostly they migrated to America through New York City, later moving west as they found self-confidence in themselvei in what was a truly a new world for them. It was much the same with the Poles and the Germans and the Italians, and the others who sought new beginnings in young America. A few Jews drifted south' as did the other immigrants, but only in recent years has the Jewish population grown to considerable numbers down South. Legal Scholars Yet all along, men of Jewish faith were distinguishing themselves in the ancient profession of law. Today, In our own community, are several SMATHERS HOLLAND They Abandoned A Good Idea Jewish scholars in the legal profession, and any one of them would make this district a tine federal judge. Moreover, it would be the kind of recoenition which gives new confidence and security to a minority which lives in a pluralistic society. A federal judge is a person of especial honor in a community. For a time, it seemed that one of the Jewish lawyers of splendid reputation in the Miami community would be appointed to a new federal judgeship here, but Senators Smathers and Holland appeared to abandon the idea on the grounds that the local association and the Jewish community were split among themselves as to which Jew would make a good federal judge. This thinking Is not easy to appreciate. The man finally nominated by the two senators is a gentleman from Palm Beach county, and his reputation is excellent, and he obviously is no political hack being repaid for services to a federal senator. The choice was good. A Glaring Fact Yet in the future, studying all the ingredients in this matter, it surely is to be hoped that the two Florida Senators will recognize the growth of the Jewish population down South, and the blooming of legal scholars among the Jews, and the fact that no Jew has been appointed to the federal judiciary down in the deep South. Appoint a man because he is Jewish? Nonsense and crazy talk. But the fact sits there, glaring, that in our community are citizens, who are Jews and men of extraordinary skill and integrity in the old profession of law. .WAMI NEWS WodncsSav. Feb. 20, 1943. RSSSPnVritMCIKSnH Picking A Judge I The Wrong Way| TIFF: FEDERAL benr-h In South Florida has t'wi short one Judge for 20 months. At last we have %  nomine*, Attorney Charles R. Fulton of West Palm Beach, whose professional credentials apparently qualify him. Mr. Fulton's appointment will now be made and confirmed routinely. We wish him every success. However, we can't say much In mitigation of the process which led up to the su'ld^n wtoctlon of a compromise choice. When any federal court vacancy opens up. the Just ire Department does the scouting and checking of possible appointees. The senators of the state with the vacancy are heard from, naturally. It's a courtesy, and it can be more, depending on how the senators feel about the pertinence of patronage tojudicial qualifications. Sens. Holland and Smathers went much further than the usual acceptable limits by using religious affiliation as a measure of the South Florida judicial appointment: that the appointee should be a Jew. The sena tors exercised a reverse type of prejuMOS which dof-s no credit to anyone. The national Ideal, toward which we have made splendid strides lately, rules out racial extraction and religious preference as conditions for full citizenship and public office-holding. These private matters shouldn't help or hinder an Individual, nor those with whom he compete* In public affairs. The Ideal has been abused here, and It has hurt MIIAMI HERALD-Tnesdoy, Feb 19 1963. During the Week By LEO MINDUN Continued from Pevje 4-A ing daily's editorial on the subject last week was a sanctimonious bit of journalism that superficially takes the right course, but in its essential framework adds to the insult. Having indicated its exclusive tap on the source of the information, the paper never once during the intervening 20 months editorialized on the subject until after the fact: while, in a repeat •non-news" variety of feature Monday by its Washington correspondent, the paper suggested a grim and bitter future for all concerned. In sum, the morning daily seemingly deplores the grizzlyfacts of the story. The morning daily editorializes, however late, on the shameful politics of the principals involved. But the morning daily, forgetting the sanctity of its editorial position, reluctantly refuses to write "finis" to a "newsworthy" thing. As for me, attuned to the best in patronage, I now expect a sudden rise in possibility for a Jewish U.S. Attorney. UN Conclave Told Israel Begins Producing Solar Energy Units Continued from Page 1-A ly on energy supplied from solar radiation ponds. lie reported that "several thousand" i)l the solar water heating units were being Bold and installed each year in Israel and that the units were being exported for sale in Mod terrancan and African countries. "The owner of such a solar device has an abundant supply ol hot water lor his home through out the day and — because the water tanks are well insulated — even at night," he told the conference. He also revealed another invention, a five horsepower solar energy generator, said to be the first of its kind which "can suppi" electricity at a cost of five U.S. cents per kilowatt hour in a sunny climate. It yields enough power to run a variety of small pjiiK. and mills and t: •upply light. It is visualized si beirt>j particuUi ly useful in re mote v.l .vcs far from a centra e ectric network." He said I al ol all fie expi ments Israel was conducting, most fascinal in if the solar be< an c of % %  liu v;i-t possibility %  of the sj stem II" MI id th 'se po< sibilities included the developi i ol a large central power station i i a major city, although, he adde mail> challenging problems hat jet in he solved before this becomes a reality." other pr jects being studied at the n< w la i iraiory were listed a~ solar ovens solar refrigerators, solar distillation plants and other devices. He explained that data gathered i;iccated that Mich devices were o pens ve to build "bul cheaper run" than to build. HOTEL OPENING MARCH 1st In The Exciting New C0e%££SHlll I01W6E at the beautiful nt>v KML BEACH iZUMi YuKjMURV ... direct from the Plaza in New York 98 pounds of pure singing thunder! 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Page &C Page 2-A +Jelstncrkliain Friday, March 1, 1963 National Shrine of Jewish War Dead Elects Atlanta Leader New President At a special parly for Imperial House residents and Chica..s now living in Floridc, hosted by Col. end Mrs. Jacob Arvey substantial increases and many new contributions veie made to the 1563 Combined Jewish Apoeal. Left to • car* Een Matthews, Jack Goldberg and David Phillips pictured participating in the occasion. National ShrineMor the jefftah War Dead in Washington. D.C., ha> elected Harry Harrison, busim -.tni! communal leader of Atlanta. <;a apresident. Sen .. ith Harrison arc Gen Omar N Bradley, honorary chairman; Admiral Robert B. Carnej end Gen. James H Doolittle. honorary, co-chairmen; Saul Gold. New York City, and Morris Tulup mar. Detroit, Mich, vice presi dent^ Joseph F. Bair. Washington, secretary: a n< Walter E. Vaniger, Baltimore, assistant treasurA veteran of World War I, Harrison ha* long, been active in developing and expanding the facilities of the Jewish Wr Veterans. Affiliated with JWV Post 112 in Atlanta, he has for years been chairman of the national JWV's convention committee. Act of the 85th Congress, has been -lablished in Washington to house maKnificient and rare works of art. historical exhibits and sigmt. icant morabilia" highlighting "the !'participation /6t all Americans 0 f the Jewish faith who served m ; America's battles to establish and preserve the blessings of liberty avail. The National Shrine, created by, ton 4. D.C. Additional information is able from the National Shr 1 he Jewish War Dead, 1712 tym Hampshire Ave.. N.W.. Washing. Small Dade Vote Narrows Field Here A small Dade County vote oi 1.-7.2 a run-otf betv than Jr. and .' in the race for Dade's seat 1 th F irida Senate Tu Holli member ot i H -• -cored 39.232 to Mi L> id 20,243 TTiird flaii was Judge Vincent Gibiin. WHEN YOU GIVE TO r.i \ YOU GIVE TO YOURSELF and fOU HELP BUILD ISRAEL MAYSH & FRIEDSERG. 3^4gSy etcHce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women IRil PARKING SPACE fM MA* CONVENIENT TO BUStS 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mall) Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FltfetD CONTACT LENSES / tpv inn Rabbi Joseph E. 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Page 10-A rkHan Friday, March 1. 196C Israel Bond Inaugural This Weekend Continued from Page 1-A eral ol the United Nations, who played .1 historic role in il' estab ishtnenl <>t Israel, iil be guest ol honor ;it the celebration, Other principal speakers will be Sen Hubert 11 Humphrey, Assistant Majority Leader ol the U.S. Son .Hi', and Lord Edwin Herbert Sam iiel, leading British and Israeli ex pert >'n public administration, whose father w;is Britain's first High Commissioner tor Palestine Samuel Rothberg, national cam paign chairman, is national chairman ol the inaugural conference Discussing plans for an intensi fled Israel Bond of fort during the coming year will be Abraham Feinberg, president of the Israel Bond Organisation; Ira Guilden, national chairman; and Dr Jos eph J. Sehwarti, vice president. Sam Levenson, celebrated humorist and commentator on human affairs, will be star of the entertainment program at the ISth anniversary celebration. Thi* part of me projram will alto include 5hmuel Ashkenasi, brilliant young Israeli violinist who won Second Prixe at the International Tchaikowsky Competition in Moscow last year, and Netania Davrath, outstanding Israeli soprano. Mrs Arthur .1 Goldberg, wife .'i the is Supreme Court Justice, ill be special guesl al ;i luncheon of the National Women's Division ol the Israel Kor.d drive Friday .11 the Fontainebleau. Mrs Jan Peerce, chairman oi the National Women's Oi vision, will pre side at the luncheon, which will inaugurate the i%;i campaign ol the division, and will feature the premiere ol the Israel-Internation ;.! Fashion Show In lus message, Prime Minister Ben Gurion called upon the delegates attending the conference to join offorts for Israel's economic consolidation, and to "remember iho challenges yet unmet and the hundreds of thousands of Immigrant! >ot to come." Hailing the fact that the first Israel Bonds will bo redeemed during !!*>:<. Mr Ben-Gurion said: Beth Shirah Gets Nat'l. Affiliation Dr, lr.i Bisenstein, director of the National Keconstructionist Kellowship ol Congregations, presented Temple Beth Shirah with its official charter of affiliation at ground-breaking ceremonies here last week Over 100 families arc row members of the congregation fou n ded on Jul) 9. 1*:' bj Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Herman K Gottlieb. Plans have been completed for construction of the social hall, study for the rabbi and cantor. and 10 classrooms, under the direction of Seymour Drexler, architect. Temple Sisterhood, with Mrs. .lack Somberg chairing the project, will raise funds for the lour acres on which the tuiure sanctuary and the nursery school will be built. The Religious School, supervised bj Mrs. Bernardt Chesman. has a faculty of 10 certified teachers, and 210 students are registered in the Sundaj ami daily Hebrew Svhools. New Health Plans for Men and Women Over 65 Now a new Senior CStism plan ,< a\ ailable to tho^e in normal health who are t<5 or over, and to sons and daughters who want to assure this protection for their parents. The plan pro\ides substantial benefits toward: HOSPITAL COSTS FOR • Room and Board • Medical Car* • Surpcr> • Nan-sin* I are iitfi-.. f ...-'.••: No upper £c limit. \s long SS s OU arc ace KS or o>er. \ ON can make ar p I f ooh one ," .1 couple b en et t>5. the 0: M may be as \ou %  •; as 5o. Bh ar*Nnd and wife CAM rv covered unJer a single polky. Rcnomhle for life. PTeT !" r.:-ns will not be chanpeo hev-a.^ of ,vcurrerc to vou. as an individual—but nuv be changed c • \ rbt all pone*.holders ta \011r classancat.on. H h\ not call me for details—todax ? FRED A. SANDIER Stirro+al ir — tasereace Ceauarrfaaf FSTATt %  lAN*W*e AND ItfSINRS IKSUIAWCI 3200 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami Phones FR 3-4616 FR 1-3916 FtCD A SAMOitl Ms lr spa l ipaw life lasm ea w Cow a aaany, New Yark. N. Y. ••This 1:i ureal milestone in Ihe I, storj of our economic development. Israel Bonds have played ., dynamic role in making our remarkable economic growth possible and in strengthening the ties between us. Their effeel i* visible in evcrj corner ol Israel." "Faith and determination must continue to mark our path," the Prime Minister added. "In these historic efforts we must share Ihe work with our partners and brethren abroad." He cited a passage from the Book of Nehenvah: "The work is great and widely spread wherever you hear the sound of the trumpet, rally to us." The historic importance of the conference was emphasized by Kshkol. who termed Israel Bonds "our prime source of development financing in all our advances toward economic independence He said: "In appraising the dii, ficult road still 10 be traversed through the Negev wastes, which must become a settled and productive area if our goal of selfsufficiency is to be attained, we are encouraged by the knowledge that Israel Bond sales are increasing from year to year. May your conference provide inspiration to the devoted men and women of the Israel Bond campaign to con' %  time their partnership and grow from strength to strength with us." Mrs. Meir recalled the history ot the Israel Bond drive "from its bold inception to its growth as a vital facet in the economic development of Israel."' She emphasized the significance of the redemption of Israel Bonds start ing May 1. 1963 as "a forceful demonstration on the one hand of the determination of the people of Israel to live up to their obligations, and on the other hand that those who from the outset and through the veers placed their faith in the people ot Israel were ri^ht." She added: We can justly be proud of the resorts of our joint efforts to date and confidently look forward to Jack S. Popick, chairman of the Miami Host Committee for the 1963 inaugural conference of Israel Bonds, joins J-^iith Mazor, "Miss Israel," in kindlinq candles in tribute to the ;5th anniversary of her country's independence. Miss Mazor, who was born in Israel, has come to Miami in conjunction with the Israel Bond celebration of Israel's anniversary, which will be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Saturdcy eve-_r.g. 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Friday, March 1. 1963 *. **#• ftrrifHU^n Page 9-B Ci'fi 2/. O PENING night at Temple Beth Am's Playhouse on Saturday night featured "Oree Upon a Show." written and direeted by Eleazer Greensteln. Enjoying the occasion was Mrs. Howard Drusin, dressed in a grey orange and jellov. print. Mrs. Melvin Frumkes chose muted yellow as her color. Her slim skirt was ilh a matcher sweater. which [eatured alencon lace applique A midnight blue crepe Iress was worn by Mrs Norman Nash. Her sleeveless sheath featured a scooped decoleekhne. Mrs Marvin Markowitz' black •ilk sheath featured an over-all embroidery ol black on black and -hades of blues and blended in the foliage print in by Mrs. Stanley WellMrs Jerry Rosen combined red velvet and white cashmere for an eyecatching ensemble. Her sweater was fur-trimmed tor an added touch of elegance lulRS. Milton Korotkin chose nn unusual Italian sweater for the local point of her ensemble. In a champagne color, the lull-looking fur blend had the classic cardigan neckline and bracelet length sleeves. An outstanding theatre coat was worn by Mrs. Hella Herman. Oldworld artistry was seen in her magnificent tapestry coat cut in lull voluminous fashion. A twopiece theatre' suit of black silk alpaca was the choice, for the evening, of Mrs. Bernard Silverstein. Ms Murray Dubbin selected an iced blue tatfeta, with a lowscooped neckline and bouffant skirt. The waistline dipped slightly, creating a long torso effect. Silk and cashmere were the combination of Mrs. Alan Kessler. Her ensemble featured matching coordinated of citron yellow. A black alpaca shift was worn by Mrs. Sol Meyerson, Detailing was emphasized with SOUtash braiding. Finkels Reveal Nancy's Troth Mr and Mrs. E. M. Pinkel, formerly ol Newark, N. J.. now of Miami lieach. announce the engagement of their daughter. Nancy, to Richard Barrie. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High and is attendin. the t Diversity of Miami. HIT fiance will graduate, with honors, from the University of Miami in June. He is a member ol I'ln Kappa Phi and Beta Gamma Sigma, national honorary soThe prospective bridegroom is oi Mrs. Lucille Barrie. of Ne York, and George Barrie. Miami lieach. Following their marriage, planned for September, the young couple will live in New York City MRS. IRA StlKOWITZ Selkowitzes Will Live on Beach A double ring ceremony at Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday, Feb. 24. united Miss Nancy Sonnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sonnett, 1360 Stillwater Dr.. and Ira Selkowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Selkowitz.. 3633 Flamingo Di*. Hahbi Leon Kronish officiated. Both graduated from Miami Beach High, and attended the University of Miami, where the bridegroom received his BBA degree. The bride wore a ballerinalength gown of white brida taffeta reembroidered in lace with seed pearls around the neckline and bodice. Her shoulder-length illusion veil was set on a pearl encrusted pillbox, and she carried her confirmation Bible covered with a cascade of white roses Best man for the groom was his brother. Gary Selkowitz. and MiMichael Weiss attended the bride as matron of honor. Atfer a honeymoon trip to Puerto Rico, the couple will live • in Miami Beach. Krawitz, Tempter Exchange Vows A high noon wedding ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 24, united Carole Ann Templer and Theodore hlrav. itz. Rabbi Meyer AramOWltZ officiated at the nuptials, held at the Algiers Hotel, where a reception and formal dinner followed. The bride is the daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. George Templer, 9U80 W. Bay Harbor Dr. Her sister. Rita Templer. was her only attendant. Best man to the bridegroom was his brother. Barry Krawitz, and Paul Templer, the bride's brother, served as usher. The new Mrs. Krawitz is a graduate of Sullivan High School in Chicago and of the advertising display art department at Lnulsiy Hopkins, Her husband, now a commercial artist at Lansburgh's Department Store in Washington, D.C., attended the University of Miami and advertising school. A graduate ol Miami Senior High, he is a post president of the High School Religious Council, and a charter member of Sigma Phi. Parents ol the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Krawitz. of We.-t Hyattsville, Md., where the newlyweds will live. MRS. THEODORF KRAWITZ Arilinnr, MISS NANCY fINKH Miss Brauer Eyes June Rites Mr, and Mrs. Ralph If. Brauer, "I Forest Hills, N.Y., announce '! engagement of their daughter. Suzanne Kay, to Harry H. Eisen!l son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eisenberg, 4421 Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach. The luturc bride is a graduate "I New York City Community -' of Applied Arts and Sciences, where she was on the | Dean's List and received a Legal Department award. She is a member of Tau Phi Sigma, honor society. The prospective bridegroom, formerly of Hartford, Conn., attended Yeshiva University of New York and Columbia University. He is now regional sales manager in charge of marketing for Maidenform. Following their marriage in June, the couple will live in Miami Beach. Miss Stein Eyes Summer Rites Miss Sharon Linda Stein and Jay Alan Steinberg are planning a summer wedding. Announcement of the engagement is being made by the future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Stein. Dupont Hotel. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Helen Steinberg, Florida Rabbis At Universities Rabbi Daniel Lowy, of Temple Sinai of North Dade, will represent the Jewish Chautauqua Society at Volusia County Community College in Daytona Beach next Tuesday. He will speak at the morning assembly in the Campbell High Auditorium on "The People of the Book." Dr. Lou II. Silberman, professor of Jewish Literature and • Thought at Vanderbilt University. Na.-bville. Tcnn., will represent the Society at the University ot Miami from Sunday through Thursday next week. He will partlci! pate in Religious Emphasis Week program to be held there. Dr. Sidney M. Lcfkowaz. of Con1 gregation Ahavath Chesed in Jacksonville, will represent the Society al Stetson University in Deland. from Monday to Friday. The rab' bi will participate in the Religious Emphasis Week program at the university A Unique Shop Featuring GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIOUS Including Religious Items Tin' Esrat'li Shoo 1350 N.E. 163rd STREET Phone 945-0012 North Miami Beach, Florida Afore Than Just a Vacation I i i i i SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA I "FREE GOLF" | One Hour fo Tampa and St. Pete. • Tel. 726-1161 I I 1141 NE 211th St.. and Irving Steinberg. New York City. AUTHORIZED DEAU* Quality HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Strvlct All Mokti Batumi — Mold! STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Rtad (At Altin RdJ Tf—Trodat—Trial*— Tarn.1 --__ ram* JI (-7911 —— LOOK iifOM YOU BOOK! 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%  v, March 1. 1963 kwisfi MoriidlicJir Page 5-A Upton (left 1 president oi Temple Emanu-fcl, receives a plaque from Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chairman cf the theological Seminary of America, in recognition of .. on to the hiqh principles of Judaism" and "for .plary leadeiship in his endeavors to enrich the spiritual his community." # Seminary Gathering Hears Dr. Arzt and Sen. Javits v. %  nil"' D: %  id is a pilot plan for the acted before 1873, regarding COOthai is humanity.'" Dr. Max f lifts of interest in the executive vice chancellor of the Jewgovernment," Sen Javits told his heological Seminary of Amcraudience. "But ironically, Congress has eclared here Monday after Arzt delivered the annual Friedlacd Lecture at a ition of the Seminary. U.S. Jacob K. Javits (Rep.-N'.Y .). was to he awarded an honoreven now failed to establish a comprehensive code of ethics for Senators, Representatives ,and the many emplpy.es*.in the legislative branch." men, too, he said, "have 111 C'lll: %  ith ide quate procedures for its ei ure the contir >| the p %  must qualified ol litj lead: -. |l r I • llor lier thai the Seminary docs nol ( • the %  i Sen Javits would %  : red i ri another occasion. | At the convocation dinner, seven community leaders from throu %  i out the United States and Cam were singled out and honore I with' large bronze plaques In recognl tion of their communal service. Joseph Lipton, of Miami Beach, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., and president of Temple EmanuII, was among the honorees. i Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. led I the academic procession earlier in the afternoon. Gabriel Header, veteran newscaster, served as dinner chairman and toastmaster at the dinner. At the convocation dinner are (left to right) Samuel Friedland, sponsor of the annual lecture series here by the Jew ological Seminary of America; Sen. Jacob K.'Javits, quest of. honor; Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emai El; and Louis Stein, president of Food Fair Stores, nationc known patron ot the Seminary. %  Moess Chittin" Dinner Slated Thirteenth annual dinner to be lu Id in Miami Beach for Toronto's "Moess Chittin Fund'" will be on Sunday. Mar .1. at the DiLldo Hotel, with Samuel Himel. of Toronto, chairman. "Moess Chittin" (Wheat Fund) is an age-old practice of Jews to: provide means to celebrate Passover for their less fortunate breth ren. Proceeds of the dinner will be distributed to Jewish families in North Africa and Europe and to newly-arrived immigrants in Israel, ired by the United Jewish i; ncies "I the Canadian Jewish Congress, dinner funds will be transmitted overSi as through the Joint Distribution Committee. Other committee members include Max Schechtcr, co-chairman; Mrs. Joseph Donnenfeld. vice chairman; and Michael Sossin. secretary. Miami Beach offices of the "Moess Chittin Fund" have been opened at the Blackstone Retirement Hotel. ree at the Seminary Con • iuii in Temple Emanu-El. dld||| rrivi In time for the cereSpeaking on "Judaism and the Huan Dilemma," Dr. Arzt, .'/lu *as a member of the com.n."ee for the new English ation of the Bible, discussed &f ne compelling necessity % for •he jrvival of Jews throughout the ges. ea i> beheaded. Judea is ushed, Dr. Arzt quoted the Arch of Titus in Rome. %  st made by the destroyers the second temple in the tir-t rj ol the common era." rii to an Egyptian potenho I ved in l-'il before the on era. Dr. Arzt said he ted "Israel is laid waste; its is ii" mere." lared Dr. Arzt: "We are the -• of people and, as the i rophel Isaiah suggested, a deeply despised people. How did the lust ry ot this small people enter into the mainstream of the culhistory ot humanity to con'hen conquerors?" Si.id Dr. Ant: "It is the Bible, which is about man, and which sees the difference between what is and what ought to be, that has assured this survival." Arriving at the convocation dinner later in the evening from an extended debate on the floor of | Capitol Hill. Sen. Javits told the ii ore than 500 guests attending 1 I hat "there is an urgent need today\, in revise and bring up to date old State and" Federal conflict-of-inter-; esl laws, which are often inconsistent and clearly inadequate to cope with the problems arising from the broad range of contacts be-^ tween modern government and i h e private. non-governmental world." Said the Senator: "The moral and ethical standard! of the American people are founded upon our religious heritage and our tracftlions of social, political, and economic freedom Arguing that last Corrgr iss revised and modernized "the Inconsistent jumble 1 vision some of them enMoyer High fo Speck r Robert King High will be ikei al a B'nai B'rith i Bj ii h Lodge meeting on 'in, -.lay noon al the I Incoln i.an" Resl luranl Gershon S. Miller is %  gram ch... man. National Shrine "to the Jewish War Dead 1712 New Hampshire Ave, N.W. Washington 4, D.C. THAT ALL WILL REMEMBER" Created by Act of Congress (85th Congress), the National Shrine to the Jewish War Dead is dedicated to all Americans of the Jewish Faith who served in America's battles to establish and preserve the blessings of Liberty. It is supported solely through contributions from citizens of all faiths who wish to enshrine for all eternity those who gave their lives tor the American dream. Magnificent and rare works of art, historical exhibits and significant memorabilia are displayed in the Shrine part of the building; which also houses National JWV Headquarters. Men and women of the Jewish Community everywhere — Gold Star Mothers, Veterans, Parents of Veterans, Friends — are all invited to have a part in development of this National Shrine to the Jewish War Dead by becoming contributing sponsors of the movement. SPONSORED BY THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF AMERICA IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF AMERICA HONORARY CHAIRMAN GENERAL OMAR N. BRADLEY HONORARY CO-CHAIRMEN Admir.il Robert B. Carnoy Gen. James H. Doolittle HARRY HARRISON President Atlanta MORRIS TULUPMAN SAUl GOID Vice Pros dnt Detroit Vice President — New York City WAITFR E. VANIGER JOSEPH F. BARR SOL M ALPHER Asst. 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r : 1 *JeistZkri1iJr Friday, March I T 953 Nik's Anti-Semitism Denial Refuted ~ ~rsccrtruer, '.z: "" .zz IT;zzzzz-=zez.z^ JT:?. scr.zi : even .-.: fee &* Y_; mud P.othberc Sec ---r£:: 'zxzr. | Scr -.: ..ce :: AM brad 3:-; drxvw Consular Corps Feted Here %  • -. %  — -• i Tht r.:-rz-..Ji.-...: -. %  z %  ....-•:. &f .: :. %  %  a dauer sratioo of land's iStfc ancieveaxeg at Guost 0* Horo • T* reception • as S iiut l Rof.o*'g. who s sr>inc, s national chairman 3# Nee in*ucv*al conference. The tenre'e'x* wii; 'ajnerrh cam>j-5* • sell minim um of S7S,*C 3tC n l$ri Bones dur-ng "H3 *er Israel s economic oe••Jop^er* Trvs*ee* and Bu> Idea* e* Israe who are outstandr>9 purchasers of Israel Bonds. were Ji5 honore J at the recep%  JaaeK I i %  ."-c recepboa. It mchatfed :te eat;re or.. ::-cal -po=y of P; -*r. ; %  Ma IV Tenth M, Mrid Mm, Mir*i.~baMem EBaraeh Loxt and JJC %  -r-i : %  •a T<: A-. v Opera Cwang PARKING SPACE FOR 3000 Automobiles z %  m Masquerade Bali 7 %  %  i aaa -. ae Cultural Events Held at Zamora Ce-" : rjWjBJ 3 19* A ] %  *.i:: : tana: neon The Guardian, in its editorial. u : O course there is antiSem.ism There has nee' Boon a time m modem hotor> when B.-.ui ana a:i other countries in Eas^err E--ope -ere trvly *roe of art.-S* %  -: • as i ;!i -:15 • a*e wticMM SI: !•* 5" • %  Jew* found a -re -!-• R-ss.an helpers *o.c ana aoc'-f --c.c : ; za : s-r— :' 5-s war? a—-Se— I — W r sispea-*e : .-.%  %  %  nion at** M : %  pol.cy lews in Ru iu internal ecoir. the Commit\ M Sonnabend, ita were II the bmnt of pub,ndard ng and I -'""''SSI he state! able minority. U the object le>. iously the %  tatt r:ecott ;:... crimea M further charged it Jewa for ecoptrbricly br: them a* Jeuish by their ah. with the synagogue — the only ,,.. mainin? Jewish institution in the Soviet I'mon — punishing them more hartnijr than non-Jew.;r more re.-ponsible positions, ano ,hoMI-U S n Optn 1 5 Op*4 45 HELD OVER! Winner of 3 Academy Award Nominations MARCELLO MASTROIANNI in "DIVORCE ITALIAN STYLE" >" mn 11 fi in iTinnr i z-.ci :' Tr. -. cU. •:c JI :c %  %  -': '. %  twetowed C/A/E/V1/1 —Jahajf Ate. at 13th St.. *Lt. OH S7A6f NAPOL£ON REED BERNIE BURNS AjaaaaM-^^ i 0**V*#vS *iwf £n 1 **im+r uom souorra & efrn. STKH %  • twuM i m il l hs OH K*tf *a noocsMU NWOT tW .i l aa. 55c l awfcp SI.05 •• Skew Vaoae ta Tow* '-= =< := ; ; :—Raves! Raves! Raves! DIRECT FROM BROADWAY! TABULOUS KLKHTRM. COMEDY: .-^ COMiDY!" %  %  ^ PADDY CHAYEFSKY'S L—• !" TEOTH MAtlNIC WMWMQI a l*tm*mr III IviMitaCiS Ot •:>• *** OWMUL ft* -arm • %  ottviee. Cfeoyersky OOMWM rioo>es the spiae eotire cost is aotoMe ."—ooorho. HeroM WILOLT o.a SWKTLT beootif.1 ..d WILDLY ood SWEITLT FUMMT Chorocters thot ore so reel, o coo saoeH llwoj Choyefslrr s FINUT -or* to dote ."—Weir. News MMIHC SOON: Jack Carltr in "A ThaisaN Clowes" COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE 3500 Meia Htohwey o Uiomi% Hl r^joji rw CMM 4 Dw* ImnrHui Call NM, CawWy Ml -Il>4 NOW BBL, DOG RACING Afcamt 3 15 =M SOITH END COLLINS AVE. ^^ARKING TOMORROW! 100,000 PL4MING0 Post tjitf: MB Ao/># /OA rtservMtion* Lunchton: TU S-2SSS f



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Friday. March V. 1963 *Jewisti fhridfibun Page 13-A SAYINGS OF FATHERS Puke Aboth. Chap. II, 2 fybban Gamaliel, the son of ? L|,i,i judah the Prince, said. An ] XCi\)e"i thing, is the study of the 'orah combined with some worldly teupation. for the labor demanded m them both makes sin to be fori'otten. All study of the Torah rithout work,, must in the end be %  idle and become the cause of sin. I, %  .. who are employed with the j oneregdtion act with them for I heavens sake, for then the merit >/ their fathers sustains them, and keif •ic'i'ei'usness endures forever. A..-.J j> for you, (God U'dl then us ). I account you*worthy of great : at 1/ you had wrought it ill yi .. w h 11. Pirke Aboth, Chap. I, lS Rjhhj ; (-iamaliel said. Provide t teacher, be quit of doubt, and accustom not thyself to give tithe* b> a conjectural estimate. j; 3n ident was .Morris Harris. or the beginning years. High ftolida> services were held at the iasonic Temple on SW 67th Ave., ue to insufficient space at the 'enter in its converted 25 by 50 It. loreroom. Rabbi .Maurice Klein is the secid and present spiritual leader, aving commenced his service August, 1958. He personally intructs the Hebrew School and Bar iiitzvah students. The (enter purchased its presnt site in October, 1958, and the pun ot West Miami was most %  tisiderate in granting a variance, bus enabling construction, which as started in June, 1959. Great ride is taken in the fact that the ddition was completed practicaly entirely with donations in fiances, labor and materials. The enter is gratefulto Mrs. Sarah ive Czech, who donated thousnds of dollars, thereby facil'tatig completion. A marble plaque ppear.oa the building in her onor. Business affairs arc managed •>' a board of directors, with the riembership voting on specified najor issues. Past presidents are lorris Harris. Nathan Lurie. %  touis Goldin, deceased, Albert 'len, Milton Miller and Murray Paraga. The present officers are hllon Miller, president; Jerome imms and Ben Kubcnstein, vice residents; Harold Rosenfeld. easurer; Jack Grusby, Rose Lieb Bd Eleanor Blen, secretaries. Though the Center has a comaratively small membership, it everiheless offers full religious, dttcational and social benefits as elsewhere. The Lord is a Shield For Pious Men of Every Status By RABBI MAURICE KLEIN Southwest Jewish Center The Bible is unique in that one word may carry both a vital philosophical idea and a practical message of great importance. The Torah reading for this Sabbath deals with the construction of Israel's first synagogue. The main condition exacts that the synagogue be built out of the contributions of each Israelite. In Ex. 25, God gives Moses his instructions: "Speak unto the children of Israel that they take for me a •Teramah,' an offering; of every man whose heart maketh him willing ye shall take my 'Terumah'." The expression "Terumah" means more than just an offer of a contribution. For that s e r v i c e 3 J his (A/e e k e n a Information to be included in the Religious Services column most be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as prooT of their lateness. RABBI MAURICE KLEIN our Glory purpose the word "N'dovo" would have sufficed. Terumah means elevation or lifting up; if one gives to a worthy cause, he receives more than he gives. In our age, with this same aim of lilting our spirit, we spend much mono for psychiatric treatment. Yet the Psalmist, in Chap. 3, says eloquently. But Thou O Lord art a shield about me, my Glory and the lifter up of my head.'' Here we have the compensation for our faithfulness to the House of God. The Lord becomes a shield about us, our Glory, and the most precious reward, the lifter up of our heads. Significantly, this is not a privilege of only the wealthy. "Kol n'div lev'—"of every man whose heart maketh him willing ye shall lake an offering." As a wise man once said, it is more likely to enrich than to be rich, and a deed well done pleases the heart and elevates the spirit. Oh, that we would remember the lesson of "Terumah." p.m. Saturday : a.m. s. i in..ii. "Building a Now Sanctuary, e %  BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. — e BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Frlda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Co-Bxlsl enoe—In it Possible?" Saturday 8:15 a.m. Sermon: "You are Responsible." Bar Mitivah; Steven, son of Mr .mil Mrs. Mark Wexler. a p.m. Sermon: "Do We Tithe?" BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. Friday 5:43 p.m. Saturday '.• a.m. Dally | .i.m. Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. I. id.iv 7::'. hl(r a pump-wheel. I through which the full is emptied and the empty filled. N AH MAN. • • • When your fortune ascends, all I j become your friends. — j. HURWITZ. • • Shine not vnur power in timf of I i might, vmi l;uu' how fortune is given in /light. — IBN r.ABiROL. • • • Good fortune — remrmbrr :i'> fickle; misfortune — remember it'll I pass. IBN GABIROL. • The world is I'ke ladder; one : goes up. another goes down. IMM IN! I • • \\'/uii (loci is with vmi. each tree will bear you fruit. Ml IKAI 1 V \YI\t. • :• There'i a wheel of fortune rel-olt-ing in the unrld. SABBATH 1/ yon rim a/i<-r fortune, you may be running away from content* meul. I AZI KUV. T l.U" in Scripture that the Almighty is said to have "shown himself." Since in prayer man comes face to face with the Almighty, it is as if He appears to him at that time. Eighteen, of course, is also the' numerical equivalent of the lie brew letters that go Into making up the word "life" (Chai) in Hebrew, our prayers are, of course, one oi the basic functions oi liw. BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. ; Friday 6:05 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. | Sermon: "Material <>i Spiritual Buildups." t:..ii p.m. Berraon: "Biblical Portion of theWeak." BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen MUM, Firdiiy : %  ::'." niul '•'' p.m. I A., in %  %  i director, American Jewish Congress, j Will ataslow of New York, will speak on "Implication of the Regents' prayer Decision." Saturday SMS a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Michael, son of Mrs. Florence Qlnesln. • %  — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8756 SW 16th st.; Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Oershon Levin. Friday 7:80 p.m. Children's Service. S. rmon: "Solomon's Peace Corps." ii. u Mitsvah: Marilyn, daughter oi Oeorge Ureene. Saturdaj 8:43 a.m.. SO p.m. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday *:l."i p.m. Sermon: "The Pilgrimage MI Prayer." March Circle of sisterhood will host Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Por tion of the Week." e %  FLAGLER %  GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Dnvirf Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Thursday morning Bar Mltavah: Oeoffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brass. KYIdav 8:15 p.m. fcSer"**on: "Portion of the Week." Oneg Shabbat host: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg in honor of their ZSth wedding anniversary. Saturday 8 a.m. e FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi j Richard M. Leviton. Prlda) 8 15 p.m, Sermon: "The Oreal American Jewish Novel." Oneg | sh.ilii'.it Host: Council of Jewish I Women of Ft. Uiuderdale. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 26th terConservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Frlda) B:4B and 8:1S p.m. Sermon: | "The Threats to Jewish Survival." Saturday s:l a.m. Bar Mitsvah: | Martin and Steven, twin sons of Mr. mill Mis Louis X'.ilin. • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday 5:80 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Fermon: "The Building of the First House of Worship." MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Dally 8 a.m. Saturday '.* a.m. • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th : st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Synagogue and you." Baturdaj 8 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Martin PerUn. e TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. ,\ • :r. o.in. Spi %  ii ennsocrnlion service t a.m. liar Mitsvah: Richard and Itonn, soi %  of Mrs. Charlotte M. Bllverateln mill Hob. it s. Bllverateln. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Friday >::' %  p.m. Sermon: "Charity and our Modern Economy." Saturday ii a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Martin, son of Mr. .mil Mrs. Murray Bergen • -^~ TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben D'ckson. ividav 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "A HuiidIna for God." Saturday 8:45 a.m.. Si rmon: "The M. norah Bar Mitsvah: Zadlck, son of Mr. and sirs. Harold Shapiro. e TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday 8:31 p.m. Sermon "TinTemporarj' Tabernacle and the Permanent Temple." Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Bteven, son of Mr. and Mr-, T. .1 Rainer. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "wnat'e in a Name? Sisterhood "''I boat Oneg sh.iiiii.it. Saturday a.m. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixis hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. i-'iiiiav 8:15 p.m. Saturday s a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Philip, son of Sir. and Mrs. Mort Felaon. • YOUNG ISRAEL. 890 NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 6 p.m. Baturdav 9 a.m. Serin., II "The w-ii'.ir. state." — • — SENIOR CITIZENS SYNAGOGUE. 1850 Alton Rd. Rabbi Henry Schorr. Friday 5:30 p.m, Saturday \i a.m. Bar* nion: "The Beauty of Holiness." %  1 i %  -*r' %  1 CANDLELIGHTING TIME 5 Ador — 6:05 p.m. sjfasasssasBBl %  H


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Page 14-A *. kwi <#> ftoridHicum Friday. Maich fa 1963 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN History According to God is the Key Word for Jews THE NATURAL AND THE SUPERNATURAL JEW. An Historical and Theological Introduction. By Arthur A. Cohan. 326 pp. Now York: Pantheon Book*. $6.00. %  THIS IS THE task of Israel: "to outlast the world and its temporizing solutions, to be borne up to the end of time as His alone, to strain and winnow the pride of the world, to demonstrate that the burden of this incomplete time and this imperfect history is indeed insupportable, whereas all the ideologies of this world would render them bearable, indeed good and sufficient." Without this belief in the supernatural vocation of the Jew. writes young theologian Arthur A. Cohen, the "natural" Jew, no matter how observant of ritual or insistent on identity, forfeits both his relationship to the world and all hope of survival. The book is tremendously exciting in a manner rare to philosophy and nearly unheard of in theology. Its intellectual appeal lies not so much in the Isaiah-like recall to the faith and meaning of Election, which already forms the mystique of many Jews, giving substance to their lives and significance to their living. The excitement lies in the means by which author Cohen arrives at his distinction, in the dragons of religious thinking slain on the plains of history along the way. Judaism, he believes, is at a crisis of survival never before experienced. The Emancipation allowed the ghetto Jews into the wider secular community, and the ideas of the Enlightenment loosened the rigidities of their traditional beliefs. The theologians of the Enlightenment argued for rationalism of faith although, as even Kant at the end knew. "Reason can never answer the question of God. Faith can never satisfy reason." Cohen takes the reader through sparkling critiques of Mendelssohn, Nachman Krochman, Leopold Zunz. Heinrich Graetz. Samson Raphael Hirsch, Moses Hess, and Ha-Am. Dubnow and Bialik: then he moves on to the titans of German Jewish thought. Hermann Cohen. Leo Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Ambassadors to Israel and Visitors to Cairo Jerusalem THE OTHER day Cairo an' nounced that the x-i-it of Cyprus' Foreign Minister, scheduled for this month, had been postponed and that no new date for the \i.-it was set; in other words, that vlsil had been canceled. The controlled Cairo press did not hide the reason behind the cancelation: It was the decision announced by the Government of Cyprus to appoint an Ambassador to Israel. This sharp reaction by Cairo can, of course, avoke no surprise. Instead, since Cyprus became independent about two-and-a-half years ago, Nasser has spared no effort and no pressure to undermine the good relations and the growing cooperation between the island and the *i uiici: UN Listening Post: By SAUl CARSON A Secret Weapon United Nations \ 1AIHAT MAKES ISRAEL so popj ular among the new nations i 3f the world? How is it that, dei *pite all of the Arab campaigns against Israel. Tanganyika just included a new pact, strengthenlag its previous treaty with Israel, providing that new African counry with increased Israeli technical assistance? Nasser and his pro-Cairo gang are active enough in that land, yet the popularity belongs to Israel—both among the educated classes in general and among high government officials. Tanganyika is just one instance. Israeli popularity among the underdeveloped lands can be multiplied by more than two or three score. What's thfl secret? The answer is really simple. Israel give* without political strings. Examples of how ; Israel employs that "secret" weapon have just come to light here. Over in Geneva, the United Nations convened ; its first international conference on the application Of science and technology for the benefit of the I less-developed lands. The first parley of that kind had been held at the Weizmann Institute of Science It Rehovoth. It took the UN almost three years hi catch up with Israel on this idea. More than ; 1,900 papers were presented at that UN conference. While the parley was held at Geneva, all the papers i were made available here. The mere cataloguing Of these papers took a very hefty, 360-page book. All the leading countries in the world, including : the United States and the Soviet Union, virtually stripped their academic and scientific institutes of leading personnel to send people of world reputation to Geneva for this conference. Israel had sent a 25-man delegation. Israel had presented about 35 papers, in addition to contributing some major speakers, including a principal address by Education Minister Abba Eban. But, with all the big powers present, with all the masses of scientific, economic and social material presented, none attracted more notice among the representatives of the under-developed lands than did Israel's contribution. Why? Because, from personal experience, they already knew what Israel does lor them. Note that, please: Not what Israel promises, but what it does. Next time you hear that, despite Arab pressures, Israel's prestige increases among the peoples of underdeveloped new sovereignties—the reasons may be somewhat easier to understand. Israel has learned how to give—without political strings—receh I in return, great benefits in good will and respect. '' IIIIT.M %  :.':nr :'y • %  \. %  MMMMM stale of Israel. The fact thai Cyprus withstood these pressures, accompanied by intimidation and threats ol reprisals, only testifies to the good sense ol the Cypriot leaders and their determination to channel thenenergies Into more positive avenues than thai of sterile hatred, and their reluctance io become a tool in Nasser's schemtags The case ni Cyprus is an encoura one as are the other eases maniiesting the failure ol Nasser in his endeavor to isolate Israel, in the countries ol Africa and Asia. However, the ease of Cyprus provides further proof—if further proof is needed—that these endeavors have not stopped. Indeed, indications are that they are being steppedup. As of late the Egyptian press and radio are full with threats directed at Persia, warning her of "consequences" if she continued on her present road of friendly relations and cooperation with Israel. Increased pressure is also being directed at Turkey and, needless to add. at the African states. According to a recent dispatch, the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin el-Husseim—notorious for his wartime agreement with Hitler aimed at assist ing in the annihilation of the Jews—has now been enlist ed by Mr. Nasser to help combat "Israeli penetration" into Africa. According to information received here. el-Husseini is shortly to leave for a number of African slates. There is ground to assume that the ex-Mufti will meet there with no greater success than the other Arab hatebearers did hitherto. There are also no indications that either Persia or Turkey is now paying more attention to the Arab threats than in the past. Indeed, more Israel experts have recently been invited to Persia where they are iner alia engaged in the rebuilding of a whole region destroyed by the last earthquake, and where their work in the field of agriculture and cooperation is widely acclaimed. Also the trade relations between the two countries are steadily expanding, as are the trade and other lclations between Israel and Turkey. However, the fact of Nasser's continued campaign of subversion remains as a threat not only to Israel but to well-being and development of the wide area around as a whole. Because this campaign cannot but be viewed as part of his other activities—his invasion of Yemen, of his open threats of aggression against Saudi Arabia and Jordan, and his activities of subversion in all of the Arab states as well as on the African continent. These are activities and actions that sharply contrast with the picture of Nasser which some try to present tc the world, a picture of a man whose chief preoccupation is the development of his own country and the wellbeing of his own people. Whatever the hopes Washington may be pinning on Nasser—there is nothing to show that he or his aims have changed; and surely it is not Nasser that can be counted upon to pave the way for peace and stability in the area. Between You and Me: Baeck, Franz Rosenzweig, and the interesting challenge of Martin Buber's "I-Thou" humanism, in which, Cohen points out, God acts, but only in response to man: "Where is the initiative of God before which man — sullen and unbowed — must yield?" Nor do the American theologians offer '-olution, for Mordecai Kaplan, Cohen feels, presents a reconstruction not of Judaism but of the Jewish people, substituting for "the mysterious choice of God" the "mystery of nature and history." Milton Steinberg's reliance was on reason; Heschel's "rhetoric of belief to shame disbelief into faith ... is neither meaningful nor effective." Only Will Herberg gives in his theology "a conviction of its relevance to all of human history, rather than to the special Deeds and preoccupations of the Jew." For history is the key word here, history according to God. Cohen sees the Exile of Israel as tantamount to the Christian fall of Adam, "original sin": it symbolizes the presence of evil in the world, it transmits "a recognition that the world is not right, that it is unfulfilled and incomplete What Original Sin imputes to the individual sinner, the Exile imputes to the collectivity of all nations." The purpose of the Jew—the Jewish vocation—i> to remain unreconstructed, unadjusted, a constant critic ol cultures, an unflagging reproof and thus a continual rin\ ins forward. One should ask. perhaps, whether maintaining I" liel in this supernatural community is in itself sul ficient,' either for history or for God; one cai I elieve, no Isolation, cue should ask too, whether it is possible to choose whether or not oni habeen Chosen, as Cohen seems to indicate. But M men! .1 assi rtion ol I are no questions Ovr film Folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT New Star is Born MARGOLIN Holly woo'i last week JANET was given a nomination for a Golden Globe Award by the Holly wood Foreign Press Assn.. an or ganization in which I serve as an elected officer. She is also the re cipient of the "Best Actress Award" given at the 1962 San Francisco Film Festival for her first feature picture "David and Lisa," which has .%  rue opened to rave reviews throughout the coun try and was highly honored in Europe. The young lady with the large brown eyes and long dark hair who looks like a biblical figure come to life currently is in the George Stevens epic. "The Greatest Story Ever Told," portraying -Mary ol Bethany with another Jewish girl, Ina Balin. as Martha of Bethany, both sisters of the legendary Lazarus, Janet Margolin was torn in New York City. July 25. 1943. daughter of Ben Margolin, a certified public accountant (who came to this country as a young man from Czarist Russia) and Annette Lief, herself a native of New York, the daughter of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. Janet tells us that she is the first of her family ever to enter show business. After attending the Walden School for Progressive Education, where she appeared in student productions such as "Orpheus and Eurvdice," she went to study at the High School of 'performing Arts right in the heart of Manhattan. During her last year at the Performing Arts High School. Janet was suggested by the wife of concert pianist Sascha Gorondnitzki (for whom she had been doing some baby-sitting) to talent agent Lucille Kroll then looking for a replacement for one of the youngsters in "The Sound of Music" I Ui.v By BORIS SMOLAR Humane Slaughter Becomes an Issue Again JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS arc anti ** cipating that a number of humane slaughter bills will be introduced in slate legislatures during 1963 sessions. Humane societies are believed to be pro paring to submit legislative proposal that may affect Shechita, the religiously prescribed Jewish method of slaughtering animals. In this connection, it is worth noting that kosher meat packers., in this country have begun installation of a recently i kcted pen to hold large animals in position for slaughter in accordance with the requirements of Shechita The new pen—developed by a Philadelphia firm-has been liven Halachic sanction, has been approved by the S. Department of Agriculture, and has been endorsed by major humane societies. It is suitable or.lv for beet animals; research is proceeding on restraining, devices for calves, sheep and lambs. The Synagogue Council of America and the National Community Kdations Adv .s orv Council are especially watching further development* Jhey try to keep currently informed about the introducion ol humane .slaughter legislation in the state their consultative services are available in connection with all such proposed legislation. They are engaged jointly in an intensive effort make information concerning the new restraining f&, available to kosher meat packers throughout the coun J try and to encourage installation of the device as wi*M and speedily as possible. Jewish community relation.' councils and federations are cooperating in this I'"" l W humane slaughter issue goes back to 1957 when various groups concerned with the humane treatmeiK J ••"minis, started ( 0 press actively for legislation 10 m •ure humane slaughter of meat animals. Jewish leader, conferred with Congressional sponso ol federal legislation on the subject, and a federal I W adopted in 1958 containing ritual slaughter from its terms •religion." provision exempti"! •to protect fi 1



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^. A movie and discussion period will South Dade Division, MrMar vin ZanK, president, will meet ai 9:30 a.m., at Holiday Inn. 1350 S<> Hwy. A symposium. "50 Years of Social Action," will be presented. Luncheon after the Fishers Celebrate 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Fisher.-of 1436 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach •eletrated their 50th wi Idii aniversary at a dinner at the B inlire Restaurant Actual date ol the <; ilden Wedinwas Jan, 19 The couple here original!) from DeUoit. Mich. Mr, and Mrs. I.. Rutter, their daughter ar.d son in I a id a %  randd m ter Mi-. Cel a RiittPr. Detroit, i re ho I funcGucst< included Mrs .1 Lunv pert, "I 1 % %  Mon, '''' %  \i rs Fishi r Mr and Mrs \ M ter ol I ouisvilie, K> broth %  >t in-law; Mr and Mrs Si-kind and dau jhter, I i I mx, \. V Mi M L< ol n 'troll .i close fri the couple; and Mrs F SI \kron. O Mrs O, Eosteir, ol Portland. Me.; and !'. Hollander, Unable to atten I lh< ei eni Mrs I-'i hei brother an I i ii la v. Mr and Mrs J. Lit hter, ol Cincinnati, t> ; and grandson, \ 2C Joel Rutter, stati ned at Eg lin AFB. Fla, Dade Heights Purim Carnival Dade Heights Jewish Congregation Religious School will hold a Purim carnival on Sunday, Mar. 10. from noon to' .t p.m., at the RJ nagogue. The carnival will features games, events, ar.d other attractions. Chairman is Mrs. Bernie Phillips. Sisterhood PTA representative. MR. Am S. WILLIAM fiSHFR Flakier Carnivcl Set for Sunday i lagler Granada Jewish w ill hold it annual can Sunday beginning at n • • r [,-, ured attract!! n at the "Ja I i ill be the appearance i I Murdock, disc jockey ol r< tion WQAM, who will emcee Ihc dat ce contests Festi\ il ii ill be I held on the Center's gri 50 NW 51st PI i,. me booths w ill be supi rvitel i'\ Sam Kowalsky, assisted bj Ton Fritsch, Lou Bush, Nat Weiis, George Segal, Morris Brody, t: mer Rogers, Max Levim Kessler and HyCoverman proident ol Flagler-Granada. Food booths will be by Mrs. My Coverman, Mrs, Tom Fritsch. Mrs Elmer Rogers and Mrs. Morris I'erle-. A miniature department store will be set up by Mrs. Sam Kowal sky. assisted by Mrs. Joe Pren, Mrs. Lou Esloe. Mrs. Jack Greenberg and Mrs. Louis Lopatin Bay Division, Mrs. Emanuel Rothbart. president, will hear the two sides ot the '1963 Medicare Battle" with Dr Harry E. Wolk and Joseph Weil as protagonists Meeting is scheduled for 1:30 p.m., at the Washington Federal Bldg., 1133 Normandy Dr. Coral Division, MrBernard Yesner, president, will meet at 12:30 at Hillel House, 1100 Miller Dr. "Where Do We Go From Hen'.'" H panel discussion, will Milady Blintzes Offer Variety With the approach of several traditional Jewish holidays, housewives will need all the help they 'can set in putting variety into their holiday meals. The children and father will be home for extra meals, so naturally they too will appreciate a treat that's different. Milady has the answer in its quick frozen blintzes and potato pancakes. These tasty, easy to prepare product! are excellent u a main dish, side dish, or snack. Milady has brought blintzes a long way -since Grandma's day. They offer the traditional cheese blintzes. plus delicious variations such as apple, blueberry, cherry. potato and strawberry cheese. They are all extra good when topped with sour cream or your favorite jams and jellies. So treat your family to the foods that have long been favorites among Jewish Gourmets, and then sit back while the compliments fly.-S.T. follow. 0 Indian Creek Division, Mrs. Jos(ph Klein, presi ent. will meet at 12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel Members will take a "Lesson in Public Speaking" from students Of the Miami Beach High School Speech Department, who will give extemporaneous talks on a variet) ol subjects Islands Divis ; on, Mrs. Dan Wax. president, will meet at the home Ol Mrs, Leonard Miller. 227 E. liivo Alto Dr.. at 1 p.m. Guest speaker, Mrs. Lawrence Medofl. family counselor, will discuss "Woman's Place in the World Today Lincoln Division, Mrs Milton Ratner, president, will meet at 12:30 p.m.. at the Sea Gull Hotel. Judge Milton Friedman will lead an open forum on public affair: with membership participation. 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"Jewish Flor idian 36 Number 9 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday, March 1, 1963 Two Sections — Price 2tk % TftfGVt ue Cues/ ol Honor S&NIUtL ROTHBERG National Campaign Chairman SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY Speaker ael Bond Inaugural This Weekend; f 5 Million Set for Economic Needs If •iKUSTliH SA1Siws Have ttle Moral ipact Here YORK .''! A !W in the states "knov virtuallj a* >ut Judaism as the ChrisRabbi Louis Finkelstein, lewish Theological Semin I in ;i study on r< ligcountrj conducted by :er lor the Studj ol Demo istitutions founded by the :• the Republic, Inc. "We terrific problem jusl try \pl.iin Judaism to Jews," CONSULAR CORPS FETED PAGE 6-A ZOA NATIONAL LEADERS PAGE 8-A WOMEN'S HIGH FASHION PAGE IB 0n the eve ol the opening ol the 1963 Inaugural conference for [grael Bond., the Fontainebleau Motel on Friday. Israel s top kajlers, led by Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon, hailed Israel Bondtu •the central factor in Israel's economic growth and characterized the beginning of the redemption this year of the first Israel Bonds as a historic milestone in Israeleconomic progress. Mr. Ben-Gurion was joined by Refute Nikita Denial of Red Anti-Semitism LAST SYNAGOGUE CLOSED PAGE 3-A LONDON—(JTAV-The Guardian of Manchester, Britain's leading Liberal organ, challenged Monday assertions by Premier Nikita S Khrushchev that there was no policy of anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. The newspaper declared editorially that what Mr Khrushchev "cannot claim is that the progressive' Soviet Government doeanything to discourage or suppress manifestations ol loathesome antiSemitism." Mr. Khrushchev, in a letter to 66 Groups File Brief on Religion In the Schools Finance Minister Lev! Eshkol an I Foreign Minister Golds Menin tressing not only the achievements of the past 12 years, but also the problemot further development which face Israel in absorbing continued substantial ilgration and in expanding her cconom; The conference is meeting this weekend at the Fontainebleau to launch the 1963 campaign to sell a minimum of $75,000,000 in Israel Bords. The climax of the conrerer.ee will be a celebration on Saturday evening of Israels 15th anniversary. Trj gve Lie, first Secretary (ionContinued on Page 10-A |-vs, as Jews," he asserted, pt no great spiritual or moral e-ce on America except incs individual Jews who are close to their tradition • influence others by their nple." Motion to Abolish Arab Military Rule is Defeated JERUSALEM — (JTAi— A motion to abolish military government in Arab populated areas ol Israel was defeated by the hairline margin ol one vote in a tense Parliament this week. The vote was 57 to 56. Five j lills calling for radical Clianges in >r abolition ol military rule were j ntroduced in the Knesset by <1epItie* ol lh' Liberal. Herat, Mapam. Sabbath day," Dr. Finkel:ated, "was the day set Judaism for Jews to be id nothing but Jews. It iCtly observed as a day for Achdut Avoda and communist Par-, id loi living as a Jew. It ties. ay on which .lews should • 1th fellow .lews on a spirane, on which they should IT plate, en which they should with their families a abandon that to play goll -hopping or to go to work i a million and one other thai is b greal calamity, ;ibefallen us as Jews." The parties mustered every DOS| dble deputy for the vote which parked demonstrations by both university students and Israeli Irate. Cine deputy arrived from a Kick bed and another hastened back by plane from an overseas rip. There were five abstentions. „.,„• from Agudal Israel and one \,ai> Special security measures were arranged near the Knesset building tor the vote. Balloting was preceded by a one-hour speech by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion who strongly defended the military rule. He said Israel's "unique" security situation demanded continuance of such rule. He asserted that no other country in the world was bordered by states which daily by press and radio propaganda incited and threatened Israel's existence. He had announced ht would go to the people on the issue if the vote was negative. The only areas in Israel which seemed not to participate in the Continued on Page 8-A Lord Bert rand riussell, the full text of which was made public Monday, stated categorically that "There is not and never has been an antiSemitic policy in the USSR because >ur multi-national, Socialist S:uiexcludes the p ssibility ol such a i. cy. Our Constitution proclaims equality, regardless ol nationality tnd race Advccacj of racial or lational discrimination is punishable by law. Our motto is: Man to nan is friend, comrade and brother. In the future, I will continue in that spirit) w ith all persistenci and consistency." Wr. Khrvshchev's letter to Lord Russell was in response to a protest written by the philosopher about the large number of death sentences impose-! upon foviet Jews recently, after the latter Had be?n convicted of "economic crimes." Lord Russell had requested clemency for the Jews. Lord Russell did not make public i he text ol his letters to Khrush chev, in the beliel that bis interession might be more effective if | ie did not publicize his views. He \ disclosed, through an aide that he had been in touch with the Soviet Premier en the Jewish question ince last year when he. with Prof. Martin Bubei and Francois Man •Ue, appealed to Khrushchev for Continued on Page 6-A WASHINGTON — I.ITAI Sixty-six Jewish religious and CIVIC i c dies Joined in a new brief sub milled to the I nitcd Stale.Su : reme Conn on Mondaj chalious exercises in the public schools The friend-of-thecourt bnel was submitted in the two cases scheduled for atgumenl lx i, re the High Court Wednes ay, testing in. constitutionality ol school Bible reading and recitatioi oi the Lord's Prayer One Of the cases arose in Pennsylvania. th( other in Maryland. Signing the brief were the Synagogue Council Of America, representing Orthodox. Conservative and Reform Jewish congregational and rabbinical bodies; and the National Community Relations Advisory Council, representing six national Jewish agencies and 57 local Jewish community councilacross the country. The brief was submitted by Leo Pfeffer. general Continued on Page 16-A UN Conclave Told Israel Begins Producing Solar Energy Units lew Yorkers Seek Fair Sabbath Law ^NY NY(JTAi Confidence that the New York Stale Legluii would enact a "Fair Sabbath" bill this year WM expressed i week after 300 representatives of six Jewish organizations %  with kej officials and legislative leaden L The objective ation was" to urge an amendment to New York s blue taws, I P t Sabbath observers from provisions requiring Sunaaj eios -mess enterprises, organizations were the ,.,.,| ( ration of Reform Synagogues lerican Jewish Congress, the .... dthe Union ol Orthodox Jewish pish War Veterans, the metro-j Congregations. fcitan region of the United P"' _„ ,u, irm .n of America. New York Howard Squad on, cha'r-nan Of Rabbis, the Ncv York of the Metropolitan Council the American Jewish Congress, who led the delegation, disclosed that Jewish groups met a month ago on this issue with Gov. Rockefeller and Assembly Speaker Joseph Carlino. Confidence in the view that legislative enactment would come at the current session of New York State House and Senate was expressed by Squadron, "relying on the encouragement received Continued on Page 9-A GENEVA — (JTAi — Israel Ithe inly country in the world which has developed a successful solar device for water heating which is not only widely used in Israel but also is being exported, the United Nations Conference on Science and Technology was told here this week The report was made bj Daniel shimshoni. director-general of Israel's National Council for Reearch and Development, who also told the i 800 deleeatea from 108 countries thai B National Physical Laboratorj had been set up in is racl to conduct solar energy research with a sti ff of 25 professors and technical personnel. "Part of this work is being done in Israel's southern desert at the Negev Institute for Arid Zone Research where the sun beats down day after day dur! ing the year and part of it is conducted at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem," he said. The closing address of the 16day parlcv was given by Israel Education Minister Abba Khan as one of the three senior vice presidents ol the conference He proposed a general pro-ram to help the development ol the changing relationships between the world's advanced countries and the less developed regions. His address was applauded bj many ol the t es Describing the techniques Israel had developed to capture energy Irom the sun, Shimshoni said that the work so far had been concentrated on the design ot water heat era for domestic use. small solar power generators, solar air conditioning and the ultimate creation Ol a power station working entire Continued on Page 7-A



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Nebo Cemetery GERTRUDE GITTLEMAN, 11:30 a.m. Rjbbi Irving Lehrman NEIL ALAN HARRIS, 11:45 a.m. Rjbbi Irving Lrlirinan tSIDOR ARONOVITZ, 1 p.m. Rdbtri Morns \V I WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1963 Alt. Nebo Cemetery ETHEL SHEFFEl, 10 a.m. Rubbi StotUrj DT.-.H.. of Cohesion. Trx "May Their Souls Repose in Eternal Pedce'" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922 BEYER Funeral Home JEWISH OWNtD AND OPtRATtD 16660 N.F.. 19th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI BEACH Wl 7-8691 HARRY W. BEYER, F.D. Emanuel Mandel / hope Grandma likes my flower fs v Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. MIAMI'S EXUUMW r?*'!>H CtrWIl GOVMUNITVlAUSU^ : '' MO 1



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Friday. March 1. 1963 ">. Jk*v##> flnrrnfs*r> The Role Of DeGeulie Today By MAX LERNER Page 9-A New Yorkers Seek Fair Sabbath Law i On each sids of t!ie Atlantic a mar. gave reassurances to his people iheir government had nol bertayed them, in Bonn. Chancelloi ore by all the national Tuetonic gods, as well as the %  i bristian ones, thai German) continues to rely on its Ameralliance and to honor its NATO commitments, including the ac. ol a common NATO nuclear force. In Washington,, at the ncc ol President Kennedy, CIA Director John McCone swore by American and nuclear gods that there has been no offensive tarj tinilcl-up by the Russians in Cuba since the historic exodus n ; silt .last Fall. fact that both reassurances came on the same day is more ;han a coincidence. The fact that they both came so soon after the DcGaulle coup in the Common Market is a clue to their connection. [He's action had (ar-reaching consequences which the world will assessing for months to come. It put Germany in the role of a minor partner to the major European ambitions of the French, and A pul the movement for European unity in the shadow of DeGatlUe's peculiar Grand Design of his own. Hence the German malaise about icr's complicity in DeGaulle's action. • • • Part of that malaise is nationalist, nor is it surprising that a coup i b) French nationalism should stir up its German counterBul the more dramatic event has been the demonstrations of student groups—not the old demonsrations for the Vaterland. ones with pro-British, pro-American, and pro European overi %  1 am -ure that there are British. Italian, and even French stunjps who are also moving beyond their nationalism to a contess of Europe. nauer now says that in making his French alliance he has not mo\i i away from America. England. \ato or Europe. To balance a Fn rich alliance with an American and a NATO alliance, when France !> both anti-American and anti-Nato, is quite a balancing feat for \ ier He is neither young enough or agile enough to perform it. Along with whatever duplicity he may be guilty of the fact is that he ihimself deeply split. He knows that his French alliance may give him a share of nuclear power, but certainly gives him a more liable position against Kennedy whom he has never trusted nor liked. He also knows that without America his position in Berlin is untenable, and without a unilied Europe the continuing danger from Communism is greater. Hence his balancing act. • • • Where does the McCone statement fit into this frame? To undersland it. remember that there are not two Grand Designs for Europe aiul the world, but three. One may be called the Monnet-Kennedy design, for a unified Greater Europe, and for an interdependent Europe and America loosely joined in an Atlantic Partnership. The second is fehc counter-Grand Design of DeGaulle, which has had such a stormy 'dramatic opening on the joint stage of Paris-Brussels-Bonn—a design fur a closed Little Europe independent of America and of NATO. The third is Khrushchev's Grand Design, which reaches back to Stalin enin, and is not only older and more continuous than the other two but has behind it all the Communist parties of the world—except' for those in the sphere of Mao-Tse-Tung, who has a (fourth) Grand Des •: of Ins own. Si en from this angle the real victor of DeGaulle's coup is not ich DeGaulle himself as Khrushchev. What DeGaulle has achieving mighty wrestling with Kennedy's Grand Design is little better than .i stalemate which Kennedy will recognize and accept if he has i isdom. The fact that he had to use his veto shows that DeGaulle impose his whole vision upon the other five members of the on Market Six. But it is also true that DeGaulle has presented Ki lied) with a situation he cannot change without an anti-DeGaulle ive which would destroy the Common Market itself, and with v hopes for the Monnet Kennedy Grand Design, This stalemate ly to continue until both Adenauer and DeGaulle retire from leadership, and a new commanding elite appears in both Bonn and It lthis deadlock which gives Khrushchev the chance for maneuver which he has not had since his Cuban debacle. • • • Consider the situation from Khrushchev's angle. When he had to I retreat in his Cuban showdown with Kennedy he was at the low point of his world prestige and power. Now DeGaulle has enabled him to recoup some of what he lost. Immediately after the Cuban crisis Khrushchev busied himself with consolidating his power in Eastern Europe, including Yugoslavia, and used the controversy with China as a way of unifying both his eatellites in Europe and his own J§-J''uple inside Russia. Continued from Page 1-A from legislative leaders and from Gov. Rockefeller himself to believe that a 'Fair Sabbath' bill will become law this year. "The interest and encouragement of the Governor and many legislative leaders," he said, ••has strengthened our belief that the law will be changed, to correct the grave injustice and serious discrimination which those who observe a day other than Sunday j now suffer under the laws of New York State." Gen. Evans Will Head UF Drive Gen. E. A. Evans, who served a< City Manager of Miami for sev-[ en years, has been named campaign chairman for the 1963 fall I campaign by the United Fund of : Dade County. The announcement was made by William C. Lantaff, chairman of "It is small merchants who have been the major targets of police enforcement of Sunday laws. More than 20,000 summonses for Sunday law violations were given out iii New York City in 1961— almost all "t them to small merchants," Mr. Squadron said, lie noted that there were at least a dozen states that exempt Sabbath observers from Sunday law restrictions against the sale of goods, Illinois State Sen. Michael F. Zlatnik warned in Chicago this week that members of the State Legislature would attempt to reword and amend the state's Sunday Closing Law to eliminate the technicality upon which it was declared unconstitutional. The State Supreme Court struck GEN. I. A. MANS the board, on behalf of United Fund's Executive Committee. "We are fortunate that Gan. Evans has accepted this position, and we are looking forward to an even greater United Fund campaign in 1963," Lantaff said. Gen. Evans, who lives at 13291 Old Cutler Rd., is managing director of the Oil Users Assn. He served as Division "B" chairman in the 1962 fall campaign, soliciting employes on the payroll deduction plan. Division "B" exceeded its $704.221 goal, raising $725,081. The 1962 United Fund fajl campaign raised $2,907,090 for 102.8 per cent of goal. It was the first successful campaign in Dade's history. •'I know that the job ahead won't be an easy one." said Gen. Evans, "but I'm confident that the people of this community will respond to the United Fund when our campaign begins in the fall." %  v -* %  For Very Special Occasions it k--; ...I momat **>•COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Cateringfacilities for groups of 100-300 available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, call FR 1-0781 in Miami, or WA 3-S111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOO-BY-THE-SEA down the law. last year on the grounds that it singled out one group—automobile dealers. Sen. Zlatnik. who addr* |i tenth annual convention here or. 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[day, March 1. 1963 vJenisti florid/Scum Page 11-A JCongress National Executive Director o Speak on Regent Case Friday Night I .. national executive | i ol the American Jewish I ... will be guest speaker 1 Beth rorah Congregation on fadaj evening. 1 „| the country s out*tand1 thorities on the use of law [ the protection of civil rights,, Li an expert who has testitied' [, more than 20 occasions before tngressional committees, Maslow 10 spoke before Miami members ,,-:-on Wednesday evenEg at the McAllister Hotel, dis-: ussiag "Radical Right—Threat „ Democracy." At Beth Torah on Friday evenhp be will talk about "Implies-1 |oil of the Regents Prayer Case." As a specialist in the legisla\ |tive process, Maslow has helped j Draft many of the bills which are new law and has been a frequent contributor to the law review publications of leading American university law schools. He is a member of the College of the City of New York and the political science faculties of the New School for Social Research. He teaches courses on civil rights and civil liberties Maslow originally joined the American Jewish Congre-s in 1945 as its first general counsel and director of its Commission on Law and Social Action. He is also a member of the executive committee of the World Jewish Congress, and has participated in its international meetings. Maslow'a background Includes %  stint as a New York Times reportPurim holiday Trip Beth scry SiPurim Airline of "Pi i im Hie The musii Torah Kmdergarten-Nur << bj Mi Rebecca K hool ntudents will cejebrate member, ischeduled foi Tl with a trip on the Megiffah day, Mar. 7. 10:30 a.m., In the Special for a grand tour ial hall. mnual Brotherhood Dinner Draws 500; .wards Go to Top Community Leaders WILL MASLOW er. the practice of law with Arthur Garfield Hays, acting as counsel for the New York City Department of Investigation during the LaGuardia administration. He served as trial attorney and hearing commissioner for the National Labor Relations Board, and as director of Operations on President Roosevelt's committee on Fair Employment Practices. HIGH OVER It irelt, son of the 32nd ; the United States, ker at the 11th annual itherh I Dinner given by the Eerence ol Christians Monday at the Fonlinebleau Hotel ressman Dante B. Fascell general chairman of the dinfeoy Harbor Will )rive for CJA %  tinmen at the Balmoral Hotel -. Hal Harbour this Sunday, 10 n -iKHisored by the Bay Haroi Residents Committee, of rh ri, Jerome Lelchuk is chairnan, will launch the participation I -u Bay Harbor residents in the ST Anniversary campaign of %  ujCombined Jewish Appeal. ".v: i : Broad, member of the lion Hoard of Governors! Mayor 'it Bay Harbour Is-, will be guest speaker at K brut ing on the committee for the I irbor 1963 Combined Jewish, Api-eal are Ellis L. Amdur. Mrs. Ellis I. Vmdur, Norman Arkin. M Berlin, Louis Bresler. iamuel Botway, Morns Broad. Ihepard Broad, Joseph Y. Cohen, Cole, Ed L. Denison. Max tin sman, Dan Elkind, Jack ain< Goldie Goldstein, Sol Goldlain .Mark L. Harris, George IsAlas Mori is Kleinman, Tom Bnvitz, Lynn Krinzman, Robert (rinaman. Moe Lazarus, Stanley j %  evinson, Stanley Levitch, Martini Lodge. Jacob Rabinowitz, Mil-j Jon kichter, Alex Robinson, Leonrd Rosen, Morris Rossein, Dan uskm, Llo\d L. Ruskin, Ann hick, Shan Silverman, Lawrence i Overman, George L. Sogg, Saul itraciunan. Stanley Tate, and 'ose Wins'ii ner, which attracted over 300 Floridians in the annual observance of Brotherhood Week. Roosevelt, a new resident of Miami Beach, lives at 2424 No. Bay Rd. William C. Gaither and Harold A. Landfield were vice chairmen of the affair. Presentation of annual Brother 'mod Awards was the feature of the occasion. Annual Silver Medalion honors were conferred on; William B. MacDonald. Jr.. D. Lee Powell, and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. MacDonald was responsible two years ago for the lifting of restrictive covenants against Jewish residents in Bal Harbour. Powell is widely known for, having sponsored Florida law prohibiting the wearing of KKK Hoods and masks, as well as cross-burning. Mrs. Weintraub is a noted Dade Count} clubwoman, whose civic endeavor has long kept her in the spotlight of community affairs. Named to receive certificateof recognition in the youth group were Kathryn Lewis. Coral Gables High; Sandra Olivero. Hialeah High; Donald Tutt. Miami Edison. Higheat youth award, the Bronze Medallion, was given to Peter M. Cogen. Miami Beach Senior High; Richard Garcia, Miami Senior High; and Rose D. Moorman, Booker T. Washington High School. Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, president of NCCJ's National Honor Corps, presented the medallions, assisting Sen. Harry P. Cain, chairman of the 19*3 Awards Committee. This year the annual dinner closed the statewide observance of Brotherhood Week. Programs have been held in civic clubs, schools and colleges, churches and synagogues throughout the state. TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can 3e of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. 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Friday. March 1, 1963 frfcxrfcfiffer*/*^ Page 7-B Adath Yeshurun Special Service *i 3 Florido Chapter. Women's Branch of the Union o( Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, will have it" annual conference on Mar. 5 at Waldman's Hotel. At a rehearsal of the skit, The Unbroken Chain," to be the highlight ot the afternoon session, are (left to right) Mrs. Leah Fine, director, Mrs. Margo Greenberg, Mrs. Bea Insler, and Mrs. Irene Cooperman, Beth Israel; Mrs. Minerva Cohen, pianist, Beth El; and Mrs. Thelma Weimann, narrator, Beth Israel. Theme of the conference is "Ayshes Chayil" Women of Valor. The morning season will feature a panel of rabbis discussing the topic, "Modern Woman in Tornh Law." Those participating are Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth El; Rabbi David Lehrfield, Kneseth Israel; and Rabbi Louis Rottman. Beth Israel. The conference will be attended by women of the areo Sisterhoods affiliated with UOJCA. Miss Annette Levitt is reservations chairman. On Friday evening, Rabin Jonah E. Caplan will conduct a special consecration service to dedicate uonorials and memorials donated by members oi the Temple. Included air stained window in the Banctuarj the \ r Ta i i (th El TH.. I Light i, read ng tatl morial tablets. Mez i (or th school classrooms, chapel sanctuarj. i mders pla |ues 'he lobl j of the buildl BibUand Prayer Books T h" • iiiiri Mi ml it i Imm K i i M i' mil M Jc (inn I'II veil, .Mr it .. • i /. M1 M N M'.WI MiIM Mr in-l VI Slrtm Kin,II, Mr and Mi K n llrlM, Mr. and u "•• n in .1 w H k, u .HI ,\i Hi-,-..ni M in, Mi .1 il IM |<||l| Mrx, Mln .Knuf i:. Mi JiiM-nh '-••].-. ;iz, Mr. mill MiII i,i l.: %  Ml %  lii iichi rti • n. M Mrx. Hi I !•.. i Sin lis. Mr. n I M .>H|il(ir< Smith, Mr. mill Mi\i, •ill in. Mr. iiml Mm. I.iiul* Trli li, Mi 'Icnru., w.-iii.i. Mi. Sum Itutm •. M IIP>HII lllrnlmuin. Mrs I'.. -'. WVIn•i -..ill.. Mr. iiml Mm, Daniel Ulmlifl'g, Mr. .• ti.l Mi-. Sliiinii llrlil, M-, .:i ViTioff, Mm, i:<:, ("hiinln, Mr. i Mi-. Murrlx 1'iihi'ii. Mr. HII<1 Mi> Leonard DIIVIK, I n mi i M H .1. I'li.iiinnn. Mr. II lid Mm. Harold ninxburjt, Mini,! Mi -. ,|OHI Ii i Irci HIr. Mr. :i • %  Mm. .loHeph Holdbenr, Mr, and .\n.-. | oul Kanurck. Mr, and Mm, rhlllp Kaplan, Mr. and Mm. Max Kulick, v 'r. and Mr. I'avid l.ltman, Mr. and Mrs. Adoli.h Mitchell, Mr. and Mm '•'ml M. .iris. .11. Mr. and Mm. VVIIIIum •Matt. Mr. mid Mrs. Herbert Parki I'r. .-ml Mm, I Minald H. Row I 111 I K Mi ami Mm. l-ni.l .s. nun. I-., a. Mr. md Mi -. • liarli s S k, Mr. and Mrs Frank H. Kravlt. Mr. nml Mr* "Curl Wolf, .M.ii :ui,l Mis Herbert. Mi. and Mr-. Colenian I". I' ke Mr. and Mm, Alexandei MOM, MIS, Leah Melldelnw, Mr. mid Mm. id ward .1 WOIIK, Mr an I Mm. Ah II -li. Mr. an l Mm. Vdolpl Mi mid \l Max \ uli Iman, d V \ Vd'er, Ml Man Alt. • Mr. Sam Alter, Ml li< %  •Mi ri in II I y il I 1 I'II. il In,I .1 %  1 %  Mis. I M Klein i .'.!:• • Mr and Mm L l.ee. Iti -M l|di, Mi and Mm \\ i -,. |, "i i II ..., • I'.ii'li i-'ll. (i .......... Xin-i. Mi md M RH) ion I i', oiier, Hal-old '/ %  << % %  %  Mm II '• l.i .; Mr I .MrMm rln M I is,.11 Charles Rosenberg, president of the Temple, announced that the r Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the Spinoza Outdoor Korum, at a lecture Thursday, 9 am on the loth St. beach. Pioneer members of the Cedars nf Lebanon Auxiliary receive the President's Award gold pin Irom Mrs. Nathaniel Levin at ceremonies here. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Morris Blau. David Stuzin, Mitchell Goldman, Lawrence Adler, Samuel T. Sapiro, Nalhan'.el Levin, Joe Earchan, B. F. Breslauer, Max PepSweet Sixteen For Janie Fried i Fried, daughter of Mr. Aiix Fried. 1310 Jeffer%  ill be feted on her 16th ith a luncheon Sunday \ [ii rs Hotel. Centerpiece 1 II be a pink, heart-shaped cake the :;n guests will be -I .i.ii'.iieo-students from Beach Senior High, her '"I and .mid mot her. Mrs. Philip •'.nk. Mrs. George Whitney, and i In, Miss Michelle Whitney. Margaret Newman Steam is exacted tn fly down from New York celebrate the occasion with her 1 Ige niece Outside activities tor the birthi girl include piano lessons. orseback-riding and working as volunteen at Mt. Sinai Hospital JAN'C fSIED per, Gertrude Dunner, David Hess. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Jerry Weiss, Philip Waishaw, M. E. Glasser, Benjamin Oritt, Jacob Colsky, Doran Zinner. Ted Lotterman, Norman Brown, Herschel Leschel. Robert Werner, and Abe Aronovitz. Musical Program Sunday Evening Sarah Fershko, soprano, an.I Hayim Fershko. pianist-composer, v ill be heard in a program of international songs and ballads at Hibiscus Auditorium on Sunday evening, 8 p.m. Originally from Poland, the couple lived through the Hitler tenor and World War II. and came to Israel in 1950. They have since toured Canada, Mexico, and the U S. Mr. and Mrs. I-Vishko were Starred on the Kd Sullivan Show several years ago. They have been brought for their concert appearance to Miami by their childhood friend. Joseph Waldman. of 1818 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. The program Sunday will Include songs in Hebrew. Yiddish. Russian and English, THE MESIVTA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL OF GREATER MIAMI TAKES GREAT PRIDE IN PRESENTING "THE WORLD'S GREATEST CANTOR" MOSHE KOUSSEVITSKY AT THE First Annual Concert SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 16th at 8:15 o'clock MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM CONCERT COMMITTEE Chairman-LEO ROBINSON Hon. Chairman-JACOB C. CCHEN Co-Chairmen HARRY GENIT CHARLES FRUCHTMAN LOUIS MERWITZER ALEXANDER MOSKOVITS SA/V.JEL REINHARD Proceeds From Concert Will Be Used For Scholarship Fund. 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WIFE OF SUPREME COURT JUSTICE TO APPEAR Israel International Fashion Show Urf Mit-i Levine and Mrs. John Owen are areeted by Mrs. a T Kline and Mrs. Allan Herron, membership vice president of the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Ireri s Service. Mrs. Kline was hostess at a coffee honorinq new and prospective members of the Women's Committee. Mrs. Arthur .1. Goldberg, wife of the United States Supreme! Court Justice, and herself a dis-1 tinguished painter and authority on the arts, will be guest of honor Friday at the inaugural luncheon of the National Women's Division, State of Israel Bonds. The luncheon, to be held at the Fontaineblcau Hotel at noon, will also feature the premiere of the Israel-International Fashion show, the eighth annual Israel Bond collect ion. Mrs. Jan Pcerce, national chairman of the division, will preside at the gathering. MINS Bess Myerson, who was to 'crve as commentator for the fashion show, has been hospitalized in Nev. York and compelled to liter her plans. Another former Miss America, Marilyn Van Derthe 'W. ovnavt s r U/ B M ''Jewish Flor idiain rida. Friday. March 1. lSS^ Section B Young Matron Coftee Slated % %  i n ol the I ..' has invite I nal off* e %  v ill ;:.i be di ,: ... U mull m .. nen's Division ; II-' plaj 111 sup i welfare II proud of our comOf Its local health i \ ices sponsored by Miami Jewish Fed; also proud of the role < played in saving lives in support of the Unith Appeal." Mrs. Krensky N this, the Silver Anniversary II own Federation and Ihi h anniversary of the UJA. h receive support frqm Mir nual CJA drive, I look to the women in the community, not orl} Income the future lead ur Women's Division, but interest themselves and -kindin joining our dual • in. ii m ike Miami a better city tthii!. in work and to live, and In es overseas Aviva Chapter To Get Charter r< sentation ceremony, l)j Mrs. Allied Stone. ischeduled for the • Un -' Mi/.rac'n Women, nday. bullet luncheon will Beth David Auditor mm peeker will he Rabin \ Shapiro, spiritual Beth David and an Is film will i„. shown raised will lie allotted to m of underprivileged and youth in Israel. "i "I the chapter is Mrs 11 Zeichner. Serving on the committee (or the afternoon are ''' 'saac Berlin and Mrs. Samel !" wman, chairmen. Mrs. Abra an. Mrs. Anna Cohen, £V S J seph Kahn and Mr-. Louis neisn bur, has graciously agreed to replace her. Miss Van Derbur will be making her first appearance before a national Israel Bond audience. During 19C2. she appear ed in several American communities on behalf of the Israel Bond campaign. The lovely young beauty queen, v.ho was graduated from the L'nivi rsity of Colorado in 1960 with Phi Beta Kappa honors, has earned wide popularity as singer, model, sportswoman and fashion com! mentator. As a speaker, she has '; traveled hundreds of thousands of miles within the continental United States, appearing before scores ol civic, philanthropic and community groups. The Israel International Fashion Show contains designs, fabrics and furs from 20 nations. All these countries have joined in the salute to Israel's fast-growing and economical!) important fashion and textile industries. The designs have been created by the foremost couturiers of France, England, Israel. Ireland. Chile. Italy, and the United States. The fabrics and furs have been provided by nationthe world over, among them, in addition to the countries named. Burma. Thailand, Canada, the Philippines, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the Scandinavian nations, Japan. Belgium, and Iran The presentation of the Israel International Fashion Show is bell staged and accessorized by Jordan-Marsh, Miami, whose participation in the Miami confer premieres ol the annual Israel Bond fashion show hi becot %  velci MRS. ARTHUR GOLDBERG MARILYN V4N CEP.. Belgian War Heroine To Appear at Ner Tamid Election of Mrs. Tiudy Hamerschlaq to the national board of the Women's Division. American Friends of the Hebrew University, was announced this week by Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel. Jr., of New York, national president of the division. Shown with Mrs. Hamerschlaq (left* is Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, national vice president and "Florida Woman of the Year of the American Friends-" Other Greater Miamians serving on the national board of the Women's Division are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, vice president. Mrs. Charles Chaicowsky. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladv/in, Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Mr* Ji n S i 'i" ft i.in i I aid.. to receive th Hi H imanitar Award" being presented by remple Ner Lamid, The dinner, to be held on Mar i". will also nark the Temple's fifth anniver -••i.v %  ,\ Belgian schoolteacher In Bins sels at the time of the Nazi occupation of her country, the then Miss Jeanne Daman, in 1942, became headmistress of "Nos Petits." a school for Jewish Children. When the Gestapo raided the school, Miss Daman, a Catholic, joined the underground, and for two years was instrumental in hiding and protecting Jewish children and adults from the Nazis. After the war. Miss Daman helped organize homes for Jewish or %  ii In 1946 she o the U.S.A and loured the eountrj speaking en Ihe suffering of European Jew ry under the Nazis she has visited Israel twice. once as a group leader taking emigrant children into the country, renewing contact with people she had helped in the past. Miss Daman has received two 1 medals from the Jewish community in Belgium, an I has been honored by Prof. Einstein. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. Dr. Philip Friedman, in his hook, "Their Brothers Keepers." in •'Unhesunenen Helden." and on the Chet Iluntley proI gram. "The Righteous." Now married to Prof. Aldo Scaglione. of the University of California, she has remained interest | ed through the years in the cause she served during the war n j by ISABEL GROVE Seen enjoying the wonderful music making of Leonard Bern stein, the George Rosens and Sheldon Kays Howard, the Kays' son. came to town tor a weekend away from hii University ol Florida text books • %  Got a real change ol pace help ing out around Westbrooke Coontrj Club, which his dad heads After concentrating for SO years on his Ambrldge Deparl men! Mure m Ambrldge, Pa Ben Davidson, with wife Helen. arc going to Ine here and leave the handling of the store to his son Will complete Iheir apartment at the Imperial Hou by the time summer rolls around. •n, then lhey'11 be off for some extensive traveling First houseguesls to enjoy the lovelj new apartment and patio recently taken bj Mrs. Frances Linn at the King Cole, her sister and brother-in-law, Edith and Sol Cramer, making their seasonal visit from Greal Neck, NY. Frequent visitors, Jane and Mike Kanier. oi Passaie, N.J., bouseguests Ol her sister. M Ethel Schonfeld Gerson, ol Coral Cables. Here for her two-month winter visit, Mrs Rebecca Hudes ol Continued on Page 6-B Left to right are Mrs. Max Jacobson. Mrs. Michael Covin and Mrs. Richard Herold planning the Beth David Sisterhood and Men's Club annual joint Purim Ball at Spector Hall on Saturday night. Mar. 9. Dancing will be to the music of the Lou Adler Orchestra. Mrs. Jacobson is Sisterhood president. Mrs. Herold is fund raising vice president and Mrs. Covin and Harold Berney (not shown) are co chairman of the function. mimmm fe



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Friday. March 1, 1963 ^> vjmlslt Fk)rdliic*iri Page 3-A Soviets Close Last Synagogue in Chernovtsy NEW YORK-(JTA)—The Soviet • A report on the closure of the Union authorities have compelled synagogue was published in the \ the congregation of what is beJanuary issue of "Yoyovnichy Atelirved to have been the last reist," (Militant Atheisi) .official ormaining synagogue in Chernovtsy, gan of the Ukrainian Institute for! in the Ukraine, to disband and Dissemination of Scientific Knowl dost the institution, it was learn; edge on Atheism, copies of which f by an eglllj of the IViler.il Government. "One o.' /he Nation's Oldest and Largest pade Federal JAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI JOSEPH M. UPTON, President r** OUR RESOURCE! EXCEED 190 MILLION DOLLARS ^



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ruun H-O Page 12-B #>Jfe|t/f.cft lftr Ac< to lard v. ,>ilpri ipal at Gladeview menti ry Sch are not rize mul i] learning the "v thmeti. and how it reallj "" more rnetl adults than it ifoi our space e children." Wollman tol I me. Surrouric'ed by ChilcVe.i Wollman favors teaching the %  logic of arithmetic because he believes they can transfer this logic into solutions for other aspects of life. "Teaching the why' of arithmetic provides stimulation for the brighter child, and at the same time gives the duller child a better oppor tunity to understand, too,'" the Dade principal asserts. He urges parents not to cling to the old methods just because they are more familiar. With, his life completely surrounded by children, including four ol his own, Wollman uikcs an unusually keen interest in the cial development ol youngsters At Gladeview. which v as one (,< Da e' E i ated public schi ols, vpei ds tim Iki with parents about Hi' nenl problems I!,P chil either with parents Half i : i % %  '!'• retarded, so that blems are parti• handle. be with i is accom; ummers, when lie and his family lake oil tor Camp Ocala. "Kuls face life more realistically in camp because the> can't ruun home and have their problems rationalized," Wollman explains. -They learn how lo develop healthy social relationships through team sports. group activities and through daily living with others their own age.". Because he loves the natural beauty and life around Florida's Ocala National Park, it's understandable that Wollman should envision the camp as an ideal place for kids in summertime. He has invested both his time and his money in making Camp Ocala a Buccess, Brooklyn-born, the 42-year-old Wollman obtained his BS degree at NYU, ;i Master's degree in education at the I niversity ol Miami, and returned Jo NYU lo complete his doctorate courses. Defies Prediction Wollman's distinguished rec ord oi service during Worl II included the experience ol having both of hileushattered "ben his plane crashed in Saipan in 1945 He was miraculously pulled from the plane second.before it exploded, lull he subsequently suffered osteo mylytis and paralysis in his leg and was told he'd never walk again. Though he finally taught himself to walk again despite the prophetoi gloom, it is generally understood that he docso only with pain. If this is true, it would appear that he bears the pain better by involving himu ... just open .i jar and there they -.ire! Tender, tempting matzo balls... fresh from Mother's famous Kosher kitchens. Deftly blended... subtly sparked with spice... wniln nsly light in texture. Take your favorite soup .. chicken, consomme or what have-you ... heat... pop in Mother's mano halls and eat... Mis* tully! Serve versatile new matzo balls M delicious change-bl panside dish, too. Kosher, parere tor meat or dairy dishes. i Ml gn It in CORAL GABLES CONVALESCED HOME "A Friendly and Gentle Atmosphere For Those You Lore" • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED • All ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SPACIOUS GROUNDS ft SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rosenthal, Director-Owner former Asst. Dlr. Mt. Sinai lltmp., Cl.'wland ft Dlr. Jewish Home fur Aged. Plttaburch 7060 S.W. 8rr> ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA CA 6-1363 1 % WKAT -FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT -FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Cor.cprts! WKAT FM ^



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Page 8-C ruytr •k-o fJenist tteridTi&n Friday, March^^^ff Officials Praise Dade School Council Programs At the recent Props luncheon fete for comic Milton Berle at the Fontainebleau Hotel are (from left) Reloris Wickman, Dee Kirsch, Connie Kulok and Gertrude Marx, recalling the days when Berle reached the heights as one of the highest paid entertainers in show business. Hadassah Groups Plan Programs Godparents Clubs are being formed to give financial aid for diagnostic analysis and treatment. research, training of new doctors and nurses, and continuing maintenance. A program on the Mother and Child Pavilion, concentrating on the incidence of trachoma, will be featured at Mt. Scopus meeting of Hadassah on Monday noon at the Masonic Temple in Coral Gables. Mrs. J. Martin Fishman. past. Academy Women See Fur Fashions Furs by Mr. Etman, of New { York, were featured at the recent Journal luncheon of the Hebrew' Academy women at the Deauville Hotel. More than 150 members attended the event at which the program and various activities of the school were highlighted. Miss Sue Berkowitz. journal chairman, was in charge of the afternoon's arrangements. Mrs. Henry Gewitz, program chairman, introduced the fashion show. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro is president of the group. Problems of Family Life Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shirah held a meeting on Tuesday at the Chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Dr. Evan Katz, psychiatrist, and Dr. David Markenson. child psychologist, discussed "Problems of Family Life." president of the group, will speak on her personal experiences in Israel. Agenda will be conducted by Mrs. Louis Alexander, president. Mrs. Harry Canter is chairman ol Eye Banks. Chaim Weizmann meeting scheduled for Monday evening, Mar. 11, at the Miami Pioneer Club. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El. will speak on "Glimpses of South America," relating experiences on his recent trip there. • Naomi Group will hear Daniel Sullivan, head of the Miami Crime Commission, who will speak on "Crime in Miami" at the Tastee Inn, 7500 SW 8th St., Monday evening, Mar. U. Business discussion will center on the new Pavilion and the benefit to be derived from the work of Hadassah members. ; • World Jewish Child's Day is i observed annually by the Miami i Chapter. On Tuesday, Apr. 2, members will visit hospitals and homes in Miami, providing entertainment and refreshments to shut-ins. Aviva Group will visit the Haven School; Chai Group, the North' Miami General Hospital; Albert Einstein, Jackson Memorial Hos-| pital; Naomi, Kendall Home; Menorah, the Hope School; Mt. Scopus, Cerebral Palsy Center; Tikvah, National Children's Cardiac Hospital; Torah, Variety Children's Hospital; Chaim Weizmann, the American Children's Home. The Department of Special Education of the ,Dade County Public Schools, under the directorship of Richard 0. Roberts, held an informal meeting Tuesday at the School Binder) al 320 SW 22nd' Aw. Present at the meeting were members of the Dade County School Board and administrative heads of the Dade County school system. Purpose of the meeting was to express the thanks of the department to the National Council of Jewish Women and demonstrate to Dade school officials the work of the volunteers of the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, in the many fields in which they give service to local schools. Because the work of binding Braille textbooks and fiction is particularly graphic, accent was placed on this service. Educational aids and toys, special-textured Braille books and the Braille Library were also on view. Bound volumes of large type print for partially-sighted children were on display, too. Discussions were held with chairmen of these service as well as with the chairmen of the Hard of Hearing and Help to the Physically-handicapped children in the schools, the latter two being Activities Set At Beth David Sisterhood of Beth David Congregation will hold a board meeting on Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. Businessmen's breakfast of the congregation will be held on Wednesday at 8 a.m. USY membership meeting will be held on Sunday. 7 p.m., and the teen-age breakfast will be held in Spector Hall on Sunday morning. Mrs. Angel Ross and the Aleph children of Beth David will present 'The Feast of Lots," as a Purim celebration on Ch. 2, Thursday, Mar. 7, at 10 p.m. the newest of Council's projects in aid here. Forty-live blind, 75 partially -.. hti a children, and ab IUI Bixty deal or hard of hearing children ar serviced bj Council volunteers "To have been of service to our community is a privilege and is the greatesl reward that the Council volunteers can receive. 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