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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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Spatial Coverage:
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
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and" THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,;ame 36 Number 10
Miami, Florida. Friday. March 8. 1963
Two Sections Price 20
ADL Joins
Nat'l. Budget
IReview Body
[UEW yoRK-(JTA> The Anti-
L, i on League ot B'nai RVith
I.. joined in the cooperative bud
I i. \ .w process of the Large
|ity Budgeting Conference, it was'
HHinced this week by George
I i ii, chairman of the L''BC.
[Welcoming the ADL on behalf of
I community welfare funds
hat make up the LCBC. Michel-
f ended the League lor
f.. ,, and statesmanlike dec'i
In to participate with 13 other
fctional and overseas agencies In
hi i operative review process."
L, |s, a (i thai the necessary
luriii- "i \DL's program and bud-
mliated promptly. "Re-
!' will be issued." he said, "as
f,|. the analysis are completed
ml specific recommendations will
iily after thorough co-
y studj."
The LCBC was established in
Il948. Participation of the mem-
Iber communities ar.d cooperating
Iratic-ial and overseas agencies
I voluntary. Recommendations
|c the LCBC are advisory in na-
Continued on Page 3-A
Supreme Court Reserves
Opinion on School Prayer
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JUDGE GOLDBERG
... o hi-ihcr purpose
WASHINGTON(JTA)The United States Supreme Court, after
two days of hearings, took under advisement this week the issue of
whether classroom use of Bible reading and recital of the Lord's Pray-
er violated the Constitution. A decision is expected before the close
of the current Supreme Court term in June.
The issue involves two cases appealed from State courts in Mary-
land and Pennsylvania. A total of
(!6 Jewish organizations, acting as
"friends cf the court." had inter-
vened, holding that such public
school exercises were iinconslitu-
tional. Attorneys-general of 19
states argued o:< the other side.
600000 CASES TO BE ADJUDICATED
Claims Conference Calls on Bonn
To Aid More Victims of Nazism
NEW YORK (JTA) The the enactment of basic amend
Conference on Jewish Material ments to the German indemnifi
Claims Against Germany, meeting eation law "which are long over-
here Sunday, appealed by formal due." The resolution expressed
resolution, directly to the C.ov- the hope that the German Govern
eminent and Parliament of the ment would bring to the closing
West German Federal Republic, chapter of the indemnification
to redress injustices to victims of program "the same degree of un-
Nazi persecution, and to speed understanding it showed id making
* the Luxembourg Agreement and
VIOLENT DENIALS OF GUILT REPEATED
Pravda and Izvestia Print
Russell's Letter to Nikita
LONDON (JTA) In an un- economic crime" show trials.
:.,l move indicating to Mr. Khrushchev's reply cited the
I here the extreme sensi- Soviet constitutional guarantees
Lit) ol highest Soviet author.- of freedom for all religious "cult.
, insisting that Jews and others who
to Western criticisms ot tin ,_._., ,____ .nrnj in rtpath were
in enacting the original legisla-
tion for .indemnification."
The Step was taken at the open-
ii g session of a two-day meeting,
attended by more than 40 Jewish
leaders from North and South
America. Europe, Israel. Austral-
ia and South Africa. They repre-
sented 23 national and worldwide
Jewish member organizations ot
the Claims Conference, and they
will decide tomorrow on the allo-
cation of S10.000.000 scheduled to
be received this year.
Henry W. Sawyer, an attorney
representing a Unitarian coup'e,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schempp,
who have two children in Abing-
ton High School in Pennsylvania,
maintained that the Pennsylvania
law that permits Bible reading
was just as unconstitutional as
the New York State Regents
Prayer banned by the Suoreme
Court last year. Attorney Philip
H. Ward, representing the Abinq-
ton Township School District,
sought to convince the skeptical
justices that Bible reading in
Pennsylvania was for "moral"
rather than religious purposes.
LSSI! "s policy of anti-Semitism.
- two leading newspapers
at weekend printed in full the
i v ol letters on the Russ
Ion-Jewish problem between Lord
Bert I Russell, the Britsh Phil-
ophi i. and Prime Minister Niki-
s Khrushchev.
Built Pravda, the official organ
il the Communist Party of the
tssi; and Izvestia. the official
> ol the USSR Government,
print. : Lord Russel's letter seek- |
|i- clemency for Jewish victims
sentenced to death during the
Sovcl Union's recent wave of1
had been sentenced to death were
punished only because they were
economic criminals."
Soviet sensitivity on the issue
was seen here as illustrated in
another example. Yesterday's
"Daily Mail" carried a two-page
advertisement, paid for by the
Russian authorities, reporting
the fell text of Mr. Khrushchev's
speech at an election meeting
last week. In that text, the
Premier was quoted as referring
to the main subject of which he
toucher1 in his reply to Lord
Russell.
Dr. Nahum GoWmann, presi-
Continued on Page 7-A
Justice Arthur .1. Goldberg inter-
jected thai "thi Bible, it anything,
is the greatest religious document
the world has ever had. But you
read it net for what it is but for
something else." Justice Hugo L.
Black commented that the most
productive years ol Christianity
were enjoyed when the Govern
ment did not enforce religion, while
Christianity's worst years occurred
Continued on Page 10-A
Orthodox Grocer Held Guilty
Of Violating Sunday Blue Laws
NEW YORK (JTA) Charles | the state law, announced imme-
Pam. the Orthodox Jewish grocer j di.tely it woul dappe.l the de-
, ,, eUlan to the U.S. Suoreme Court
in Brooklyn who is challenging
dial Is
the New York state Sunday clos-
ing law. was found guilty this
week by Judge Herman Wein-
krantz. in Brooklyn Criminal
Mr. Khrushchev mentioned that Court, of selling a can of tuna
' and a jar of baby food on a Sun-
day during prohibited hours. He
was lined 15 and given a suspend
he had received a letter from a
Soviet citizen in Turkmenia. ask-
ing him to intercede in the case w of a person sentenced to death (1(| sentence,
lor an "economic crime." His re-
ply was that he could do nothing
in" the matter because the Judg-
ment against the criminal had
In en jusl
The American Jewish Con-
gress, which is providing free
legal counsel to the grocer in
testing the constitutionality of
cision, to the U.S. Supreme Court
if necessary. It was the groc-
er's eleventh appearance in
court in his battle against the
law.
Testifying in his own behalf
while wearing a skullcap, l'am
said he was an Orthodox Jew who
closed his grocery store from Fri-
day evening to Sunday morning.
I In observance Of the Jewish Sab
! bath.
A defense witness. Rabbi Sidney
Continued on Page 14-A
JUDGE WARREN
. Buddnfiisfs in Hawaii
Expect Chile
To Extradite
Bigwig Nazi
SANTIAGO DE CHILE (JTA
Justice Rafael Kontecilla. pre
siding judge of Chiles Supreme
Court, ruled this weekend that
Walter Rautf. former SS officer
accused by West Germany of hav-
ing murdered 97,000 Jews during
World War II, must be extradited
in accordance with a request from
the Bonn Government. His at-
torneys immediately appealed the
decision, and the court promised
to hard down a final ruling next
month.
Rauff. who is 5(5, was arrested
here Dec. 5 on the request of the
West German Government. In
favoring his extradition. Justice
Fonticella handed down a 64-page
decision, declaring there were
enough documents, witnesses and
other proofs to justify sending him
back to Germany to stand trial
on the war crimes charges
However. Justice Fonticella
specified that the man must be
tried only for those murders for
which he was responsible. Ac-
cording to the charges made by
the Bonn Government, he was a
Nazi "specialist" in the use of
mobile gas vans for the annihila-
tion of Jews.
In his column this week.
Leo Mindlin discusses the
responsibility of a news
paper to the community
Il serves Pg. 4-A.
Sec Also. "Metro Controls-
sio.i Debates NazV Pies
'nee As Quarters Close"
. Pg. 2-A.
And "Year of Redempt-
ion" opens with S19.750.0OO
. Pg. 6 A.
Euromart Seen Planning to Limit Israel's Link
JERUSALEM (JTA' Is-
raeli sources indicated this week
that the Council of Ministers ol
the European Economic Commun-
ity was not prepared to seek an
overall agreement with Israel
when negotiations are resumed,
between the six nation bloc and
the Jewish State, but would only
consider agreements on a specific
limited number ol Israel export*.
Israel currently exports some
150 different items to the Euro-
pean Common Market, which ab-
sorbs more than 40 per cent of
Israel's total exports. Israelis;
had hoped for an overall agree-
ment permitting them to continue
10 compete in the Common Mar-
ket with all these exports.
Instead, the EEC Council of
Ministers instructed its perma-
ent staff at Brussels to prepare
a list of Israeli exports of which
at least 50 per cent go to the
Common Market and are valued
at at least $100,000 a year. To
be listed also would be exports
to the Common Market which
constitutes loss than 50 per cent
of Israel's total, if the value of
the export to the. Common Mar-
ket is at least 5250,000.
The intention
patently, is to
ments enabling
port of these itc
Market, on the
exports to the
so that Israel'
not be unduly
Common Marke
of the Council, ap
oiler Israel agree-
the continued ex
ins to the Common
level of its present
market countries
s economy should
alfected by the
i's tariff walls.
I


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Nation*, an* U.S. S->. Hubert
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scheduled to address icm 1.540
'eacers frerr throughout th
Umtad States and Canada who
had arrived hre for a weetreod
of sessions to launch the 1H3
national inau9ural of th Israel
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In a statemer- bora Monday,
the Florida Civil Liberties Union
charged that the Nazis' rights
were violated. "It is clearly
within the r.ght of every person
to express his views in public
places." the statement said in
part
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"This iust g;ves them publicity.
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ADL Joins Budget Review Unit
Continued from Page 1-A
tore and each member commun-
ity determines for itself the ex-
tent of its support for the agen-
cies. LCBC reports art distrib-
uted to non-member commun-
ities by the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
Cities comprising the LCBC arc
Atlanta. Baltimore. Boston. Buffa-
lo. Chicago, Cincinnati. Cleveland.
Dallas, Denver. Detroit. Hartford.
Houston, Kansas City. Los Angeles.
Miami. Milwaukee. Minneapolis.
Newark. Philadelphia. Pittsburgh,
Rochester. St. Louis, and San Fran-
cisco.
Irvin R. Schindler, newely-elected president of the Miami
Beach Unit of the United Nations Assn., discusses with Mrs.
Elliott Roosevelt, a member of the board, the Beach Unit's
installation dinner set for Mar. 17 at the Algiers Hotel. Mr.
and Mrs, Roosevelt will join other board members and officers
at the function.___________________________________________
Cantor is Named Honorary Chairman Of
Kupat Holim Traditional Third Seder
Jack A Cantor will be honorary
rman for the annual tradition
,,] third Seder celebration of the
ss and Professional Council
. ipat Holim.
\\-: Anna Brenner Meyer-.
hi oi the council. Wednes-
nounced Cantor's accept-
th( post. The third Seder
.Mil be held .Saturday night. Apr.
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, honorary
chairman of the Business and Pro-
fessional Council, sai.i this week
that "we are indeed honored that
Jack Cantor has accepted the task
ol heading up the traditional third
r."
Rabbi Kronish, pointing to the
medical porgrams of Kupat
Holim in Israel since well be-
fore statehood days, said that
"Kupat Holim serves as a sig-
nificant springboard for the 15th
anniversary celebration of Is-
raeli independence, which will
also be marked at the Apr. 13
Seder."
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Cantor, long active here in civic
and philanthropic affairs, is an
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ec case BMri T'"I'll ilinn 10 the :;
pe-o^s emerged ^ a atgamltaaBa
victory ;cr_\r CSadOi ;:;:
t*ces ar.d lecchmg here
1 lie 'J3 Supreme Sc u- sui-
sequeu'-y tares position favor-
~--e to those wM oppose re
hi the schools, : will a! leas' ir:
pfeDl reverse rtse^ on Im Scoempp
cae now ui o-aeetjon. "*nen <&a
JSgi Cour*. returned tbe case to
tne lower court* low time ou:. everal of 5*e
n-ne justices mode soaj pretrr RnrtLnq state-
==is by way of cormnemary.
____T5mi! rougi sailiag u caead seems to be
norae out by tne bjaer puhbc debate that bos
al-eady emerged from the Supreme Court de-
Lber ations. wWk the lines oi oppositjon not en-
tirely drawn be*ween the popu^arJv-conce.-ved
-oeral and conservative wings of the court.
Basic Rights of a~Nazi
The actvuies of the American Nazi Party
-. M-ccm. rcse or: mteresting OOMSobl Wben
does c commurTy drew dM 1-r.e _-. DM ~~-
'- "-""- MMrtlMK is tee right, for ex-
ample, to freedom of speech and 'peaceable
OMMafebiyl
The Metro Commission, in a discussioc
Tuesdcy of Maori i Iovmbm iiiMuu c: dm Hzv
lerian cult, became the scene of a rousina de-
bate on DM issue. Tne upshot? You don't drew
-y* -me rne rr.cir. recs,cr. see^s seJ^vider.-
Once hmits are placed upon the rights of the
individual, you open c Pandora's box of oo-
tental evil intent.
Tne irony here is that those who seek
the protection of the law so that they can con-
tinue to spout their anti-Semitic and racist
philosophy are the very people dedicated to
destroying the law.
Thus, while in the case of the Nazis it is
apparently mandatory, although admittedly
difficult to affirm their civil rights, it seems to
us no less difficult to accept the position of the
American Civil Liberties Union, which in star-
ry-eyed fashion has already offered its legal
shelter to the poor. sad. and beset-upon Rock-
well contingent here.
Up until now, our community's law en-
forcement officials and government leaders
have acted with exemplary efficiency in hand-
ling the Nazis.
But where are our civic and communal
personalities who have thus far said nothing
by way of deploring their presence among us
and of speaking forthrigbtly in the matter of
letting them know they are not welcome in
Miami? At this point, the silence seems deaf-
ening. Sharp statements of repudiation may
not chase the Nazis away tomorrow; but they
would at least mitigate the lurking feeling
among many of us that there are more sophis-
ticated ways to be a Nazi than to wear a swas-
tika armband.
On Breaking the Silence
K nothing else, the pains the Soviet Union
**_ 1?lr*TV? to reP*T ljli Huseei seem sicnih-
ctzcl in themeerves. Neither the Soviet Gov-
ernment nor Nilclc Khrushchev, and they are
mostjy citnough not always the same shows
the -east scintlia of evidence that a char.re
ir. policy toward Iron Curtain Jewry is hi dm
offing.
Executions of Jews for alleged "COOOBtic
crimes" abound, and the rnMHUiinn rrr_r_s:
synagogues continues m dM Oppcvestry re-
bntiess crive to dose the- cli-^xrer.- ':.: '-
few showpieces like _-. Moboow.
Bal dHri the officia: aerials of Scv.e- rtH
Sem.:^rr. riM _-. pilCS Bad ireruerrv _= an 1-
":---'--"- of tne sensitve ccr.cerr :=.: rv dM
Kremlms iecders laimJ worid p_r..: opfa on.
Lord BawaO s letter tc NBdVl r:Ar^=-.:r.e^~w"r=
no master:y plea in behaif o: an crrressed
people. Neither was .: an -.sz-z&d paeax oi
pRSM for the right of man to asp_-e toward
the Divine.
But it was a deliberate intercess.c- fej be-
half of individual liberty from en m-err.rndn-
auy-renowned logician piuloaopfcer. end metr-
ematician. If Lord Russell said nothing that
was new. he at least said it
It was the saying the Kremlm did not like
tne saying by a men of his repute. Would
that more men broke their silence to add their
voices to his.
The Meaning of Purim
Purim seizes the imagination of both younc
and old alike because it involves a traditional
tale that pus the forces of good and evil-and
in which good triumphs.
At the reading of the ScroD of Esther all
ages enter into a loud and hissing rejection
of Haman. who symbolizes the historic com-
pulsion of tyrants to enslave Israel
Esther, by her wit and beauty, convinced
King Ahasueros of his Prime Ministers evil
designs. And so it has been from the beain-
ning of recorded Jewish history that we havp
had to defend a sacred an7moral wav ot
life against dictatorial rule.
ninh)^ r Td the Me^ah n Saturday
night and Sunday morning, this will be the
spirit embedded there as an affirmation of the
survival of Judaism throughout the .ages.
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Wr a
* > nepap,T t0 thl
community It ,.-..... ne
porting the Bews-Uus -JS
w^toWlteobvkmsann^
Apart from w> ,
unorthodox rien n.. l
damenUU*: ir-- ..." .
poses of weU-intentioned mas-
commur.icatior.s m< dia th'
question anses a^r .. wh .
new. in fact is. \\h,.n ma
DC angrifj -anctimonious about ftews rt-utment
for tl vA I rot helP reacting MOMwhat bitterb
t th< lacit acceptance Of thtir editors' policies, frequently iajj
ties, which bare nothing whatever to do with the best
community in which the publication appear I, tinh
{hi the new-, to the point of rewriting it""
There bave oeen many easel during the past few years .there
- have cooperated with law enforcement agencies an(j
en by reporting critical events here in such a way thai they
sly avoided inflaming undesirable mass emotion.- ..... A
adhering to the maximum of journalistic staoda
I am getting at is that intelligent treatment ddei n : mean
- -.- A judicious pre*!: in Mississippi might have gone a long
ird ameliorating the force? of bigotry directed agai:-- \\ie
stratioo Example^ in our own community ab>
av back to the visit here of the notorious racis*
John
appearance at a meeting hosted by extreme right-w-ttg.
er Fi .-ported in a few short paragraphs a
-. n t dailiei vitn Deitber paper giving the
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I EST THIS Eyrie to the control of n< con-
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i of Investigation and Mian
" ..... gathering of Ufa) J-
Si od Canada, and the | ca r-
profesMo:. .
' .'
psbM of the inevitable clash nth
Page One are smeared headline> about
plastered a painfully eater
_'- the ardi rned by :he picketers. like z -. .-
"' Trait n ar.d other choice tidbits.
: the appearance there of TrygW
-' ainguubed diplomats in contemporarv u
tell a carioadful of mh inii llijl John'.V.
re about Communism and its dangers flu
ea hantbooks of ttte American Nazi P
otnam ftrotras asuif at thiu Trrmmats "
yynaT OF Huben Humphrey, tbe Senate Majority Whip, who.-* For-
'-''- "* membership sugjeatl more kne
ntnful b odiums will leart. m a lifetime from their
n Mem Kampf." For "news- of the>e personalities vou
- ,'-:r -W paragraphs of the storv jumped to
bjecuve reponing about which mv snetim
prattle >o much in their rejection of some of r. left
n the function and responsibility of mass co::
to the community they serve?
the McClures and the Petersons and the RocUe:.- and
: not precisely the kind of publicity that sensat:
" gave- them Sunday' Had two "demented but un-
- ndertnaj mentalities phoned ahead to announce tl ll
wjoei If so distinguished an occasion, would the morn-
similar treatment* The result of it all u
c,;c~the kind of result I am sure the morning daily
"- -- ^uV mre S0ber moment o edl,onal hindsight: Where a
-d have seen the hate placards, hundreds of r
miUions saw them: where only hundreds would have .-
: equally large number read about it.
bia 7i^~Za ha! tVCf hwn ior ,he ma"'Pulators of ReakweU and
: no mistake, neither Rockwell nor his followers dr
' /,r .k"1"6 Ske,e,on of malcontents seems incre-
I the imagination of Americans everywhere b> seizing
ob ; L read' and ",,h ,he fr,^ndl> elP of mecha,
objec...r laewpaper reporters .steep at the.r typewriters.
MHHUI ACClrTAHCt'of UK HATmAl BUtMH ""
JEN HUBERT HUMPHREY in effect told the 1.500 Jewish leaders
wrt.rrwhoV0larai?l Bond .naugural Saturday that the Nazis were
one ittne .ami a^hcreaK: ** U S **** *** Is"*' Bonds The
to I--;? "^L ^ iher ^gested Sen. Humphrey, who pointed
W,i :pec.r^ntUS ach,r0meDU h" eman.cpa.ion 1SM8.
benefit of her knoSge Th, C0UntnM ,broad ,0 +" ,hem ,he
to be helpful-howevVr !TnJ ^,h d,stru5t on our 0>rn **&&*
A coun" v hke fr^rcTr. ,hnd S2?* ,hc ffer ma-v be"
deed, he said, and a^ such in Ll" hand' 'S 57 weU ,ros,ed iD"
the Alianza para Pro^so'th^n America, does more to advance
zested Sen Humphref IhTnu^L-'1?:edia,,ely apparen'- ** 'Ug'
Ipiu! to U 5 dinlnm!,^ ** f ,SraeI Bonds h no small
economic progress diplma,lc '"tentions abroad as to Israels per- U
process to -ur KL ab^^u0"3 :par,,c,pan,s ,n "'r,:-: "
menoi abroad. ouid that more o{ u. dld m$ kind
Continued on P9 5.^


~: iday. March 8, 1963
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Food Division Hears ADL's General Counsel
the dais of the Food Division luncheon at Miami Springs
Alias for the Combined Jewish Appeal, co-hosted by Jerry
k and Bernard Stevens, are deft to right) Co-Chairmen
: the. Food Division Ben Silver and Jerry Blank; guest speak-
<:. Arnold D. Foster, general counsel of the Anti-Defamation
League; and Bernard Stevens, co-host and Combined Jewish
' eal chairman of the Trades and Professions Council.
DURING THE WEEK... AS I SEE 11
Some 70 members of the Food
Division of the Combined Jew-j
i'h Appeal accepted the invitation (
to be guests of Jerry Blank and
Bernard Stevens at the annual di-,
vision luncheon at Mia'mi Springs
Villas recently.
Co-chairmen of the Food Divis-
ion Ben Silver and Jerry Blank
noted thai they were "extremely;
pleased bj the fact that the rec-'
ord Food Croup attendance has re-
sponded to (he 1963 Combined Jew-'
i-h Appeal with unparalleled gen-
erosity, and in so doing contribut-
ed 100 percent more than at the
Food luncheon last year."
Bernard Stevens, chairman of
Trades and Professions Council of
the 1563 C.JA drive, and a co-spon-
SOr of the Food luncheon, called
the results 'most gratifying."
Arnold Forster. counsel for the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, called Federation "an um-
brella group, which through one
CJA drive raises money for do-
mestic agencies, for the national
human relations agencies such as
represented by the Anti-Defama-
tion League, and for the oversea-
work of the United Jewish Ap-
peal."
lie also spoke briefly of the Mi-
i.inii community's "particular prob-
lems" as an area in which the
aged and infirm take up residence.
and noted 'hat "in many ca
Ihey look to Federation and to the
organized community for their
health and welfare need-
Art Festival For Pythians
First annual art festival spon- da may submit paintings in any
sored by the North Miami Beach media, style or period.
Lodge, Knights of Pythias, will be
held on Apr. 13 and 14 at the Uni- Committee in charge of jury
lied Hall. 2300 NE 171st St No. BwaPds mcludea ,|;|1TV Klem
Miami Beach. .
chairman, Martin p. Beckerman,
Resident artists of South Flori- and Irving Grayson.
Continued from Part* 4-A
thingroi.T; on some of the
den as do Israel Bond buyers.
s is genuine pcoplc-to-people
-lance."
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Historic View
Earlier, in a kind of poetic re-
iscence on the rebirth of Is
rael, Trygve Lie, who ardently
-upported the partition of Pales-
and Israeli independence
ig his tenure as Secretary
eral of the United Nations.
declared that "history will rec-
ord the establishment of the
-' te of Israel as one of its hap-
piest decisions and one of the
fruits of its desire to bring
justice and human decency to a
in which has suffered more
almost any other nation in
' orld."
. in another tribute to the
-ion. Viscount Edwin Sam
ho succeeds to his late
' i is seat in the House of
Is in May, an ardent Zionist
. back to the days of World
I. told the gathering that
democracy in Israel is "uncon
taminated by political corruption
or by pressure groups or by the
impact of mass media. Both as
Americans and as Jews, this as-
sembled audience of purchasers
of Israel Bonds should be ex-
tremely proud of Israel on her
15th birthday year."
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Justification of History
In all. the Saturday inaugural
was one of the most inspiring m
recent years At least" to my|
mind, the fiery oratory of Sen.
Humphrey, among other things,
raised the question as to how
President Kennedy ever beat
him in West Virginia. Trygve
Lies presentation offered up the
reemergence of Israel in our time
as a justification of the history
of "the persecuted and those
who suffer hardships." For his
part. Lord .Samuel's reference to
the "impact of mass media"
served as a prophetic background
for the story about Israel Bond-
never told In Miami's morning'
daily
FOR THE FINEST HOURS...
"V^ -The day on the slopes was great.
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44, lies ahead. But right now there is time i A "Sk-^k.
to relax with friends in the company of / -
Nki i'- Seagram's V. O., expressly made for the Jp*
I &*, \. finest hours of life! Its bright color and
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cherished by mayvinim all over the ft
world the unmistakable excellence of
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Teen-Age Tour To Israel Told
between the ages ol 14 and 18.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz has been
named spiritual advisor to the
contingent, and will accompany
the group to Israel.
Canadian whisky at its finest. ^TS^Sv
en-age tour to Israel will be
bed lor Greater Miami Youth
Holiday Tours Abroad.
special arrangements with
Kl \: Airlines and educators in Is-
.,i.. a well-integrated program
tamping and touring has been
i especially for teen-agers
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
call for
STRONGER Yet SAFER
ANACIN
Won't Upeot Tho Stomach
Ar.icin not only fire* itrongtr,
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but alto taftr. Won't upaet th*
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enption. That U, Anacin contain*
> Bedicallr proven, active ingredient*.
r' 'fntific research has proved ne
Vl drug can give such strong yet
ech safe relief as Anacin Tablet*.
The teen-agers will spend four
to six weeks in Israel with Is-
raeli and European teen-agers at
the world-famed Ben Shemen
Youth Kibbutz, which will be
their base of operations. A daily
program of intensive sightsee-
ing, in addition to youth camp
activities, will be under the sup-
ervision of educators led by
Dr. Sam Berkowitz, Hillel direc-
tor of the University of Pennsyl-
vania.
As a group, the teen-agers will
then move on to England, where
they will spend two weeks amidst
the historical and cultural sur-
roundings ot Britain. Transporta-
tion to and from America will be
by El Al Boeing 707 Jetliners.
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Year of Redemption' Opens With $19,750,000 ;
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aackc -.Sat ktsaary W&B rwrii tke /Ike_J*" **
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toa* aka
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minated as yet by political cor-
: Ghana ha laid, h^" ;';' ruption or by pressure gru,.
the impact Of the DIM
:,.r lokUen In theae cow b.h M Americans and u
ve Uttto -a> rjiia axmbM audier.ee .,1 pur
idaro. about their own uov.-rnment and ,.ha^.rs of i^aei Bonds should be
..-_;_......-' hav- to be kept under strict eon ,.xtnmely proud of Israel in net
..".. -.-.. :.. ;. ".. :.: .-,- -. train trel to fl* rmj But to "" fifte-n MrtHaji year
n^eat by DrM-M Lam Aaaenean students is Ha Knewet ia still supreme. -------------------------
eak J Se**anr net art mat at af iij( 2r: dur-
Israei Beads, at* "i" -14 tke ae year,
lie at?TT{ at" tke
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^i-<--s s' s ST3 JBtjaja. *^^9* "*
BsaiBstIB*; Li*rti<^
ckaarm* f Bat exe-rane earn
mutt at-: itrr.r !*rcaj
-c r :r --at zjTj^c .
aaai teaoattt-
Lie pud r*re to Israels
n deolopint. h>s
structure with the aid
af Ivm< Bmda. ad iwiW
W sipwieawo e* Israel H e/
ajMi *">e n^da many ,h*
- -W yde*-iinlBod ruhons
"Bn-Ourion f*l himself *
moeh the servant of the Parlia-
ment as did Churchill, that oth-
er 9reet fifhter in Britain dur-
ing WerW War II. This obed-
ience to the popular will imposes
ddd burdens on Ben-Ourion.
But he has succeeded in keep-
ing alive and even developing
the pure spirit of democracy in
Judge Cypen Comfortable
Judee Irving Cypen. of Miami
Beach, was resting comfortably
Wednesday following surgery at
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Judae
Cypen na> rushed to Cedars oa
Monday night for the emergency
removal of his gall bladder.
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Friday, March 8. 1963
Bonn Asked to Assist More Victims
Page 7-A
Continued from Pag* 1-A
dent of the Claims Conference,
reported to the board on the out-
come of discussions held by him
at Bonn last week with German
Chancellor Adenauer and with
Federal Finance Minister Rolf
Dahlgruen. Dr. Goldmann voic-
ed deep distress at "the protract-
ed delays in framing the neces-
sary legislation," although he
acknowledged that certain ob-
lective factors have played a
limited role in the delays. He
pointed out that the wrongs for
which indemnification payments
are made arose under the Nazi
regime, which came to power
30 years ago.
Nazi victims, in the scores of
thousands, who have already wait-
i (I decades for compensation, have
icrown deeply embittered, said
t Pi Goldmann, while thousands of
ihers have died over the course
<>f yeara without receiving a pen-
ny in compensation. He express
rd the hope that the proposed
(rail legislation will be complct
cd in the course of the next
nonth, so that it could serve as
. basis for early discussion and
i g itiation.
Over fiixi.ooo claims for indent-
ification were still pending on
ecember 31, 1962, the date on
'mil adjudications under the
cili ral indemnification law were
in iuled to be completed, Or.
iloldmann said. The basic amend-
for which the Conference
.i- pressing were aimed at speed-
. up the adjudication of claims,-
and at extending the benefits of
ihe law to groups.ol Nazi victims
who were now excluded or whose
claims were inadequately compen-
sate I.
Dr. Goldmann singled out two
groups whose claims were parti
cularly meritorious: claimants for
damage to health, and the so-
called post-1953 group. Over ioo,-
Q00 claims in the first category
were still awaiting adjudication at
the close of 1962. A new approach
is needed 'so as to deal justly
with the claims of Nazi victims
who have suffered injuries to
health from the effects of impris-
onment, mistreatment and tor-;
ture," Dr. Goldmann said.
"No group is more deserving
among those currently exclud- I
d," Dr. Goldmann said, "than
Nazi victims who were not able
to leave eastern Europe before
October 1, 1953." The law, which
entered into effect on that date,
excluded from eligibility, Nazis
victims who left the country of
their origin subsequently. Some
20,000 Nazi victims fled to cen-
tral and western Europe in 19S4-
57, in the wake of the Hungar-
ian uprising, and many thousands
of others came from eastern
Europe in subsequent years.
"Their moral claims for indem-
nification are just as strong s
those of claimants who were
eligible to file under the Law,"
Dr. Goldmann said.
Dr. Goldmann expressed grati
Illation that deliveries of goods,
materials and services, under the
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lerms of the Borm-Israel repara-
tions pact of 1952, to which the
Conference is a party, have mov-
ed at a pace so swift that nearly
!>" percent oi the deliveries have
already reached Israel. In all.
Over 5741.000,(100 in capital goods,
materials and services were de-
livered to Israel from Germany
since payments started on June 30.
1953. Of that sum. $67,500,000 in
goods and services were provided
in 1962. The German authori-
ties have h.en carrying out the
.erms of the pact, in letter and
in spirit, In m the first to the
very last," L.r Goldmann said.
The Conference distributed $10,-
092,885 in 1962. bringing the total
! spent since allocations began in
| 1954 to some $90,000,000, it was
reported by Moses A. Leavitt,
treasurer of the Claims Conference.
, Ol the 1962 allocations, S7.836.000
went for relief and rehabilitation
<.f 170,000 needy Nazi victims. $1,-
, 871.000 for cultural and cducation-
, al reconstruction, and $385,000 for
rlher purposes.
Leavitt pointed to the program
for the rebuilding of Jewish com-
munities which suffered at Nazi
hands as one which ranked high
amons Conference objectives. Al-
locations of S9.500.000 have been
granted oxer the years for the
('(instruction. expansion. equip-
ment and repair of hundreds of
institutions serving the needs of
Nazi victims: homes for the aged,
children's and youth homes, hos-
pitals and clinics. Jewish schools
and seminaries, community and
youth centers, religion- institu-
tions, summer camps and the like.
The ureat hulk was concentrated
i:i 15 European countries, while a
limited share went to overseas
lands sheltering many Nazi vic-
tims. A substantial number ol
projects were completed in 1962.
Leavitt. drew attention to the
:r.flux of 120000 refugees into
France in 1962, and in that con-
text disclosed that over 90 cap-
ital projects in France received
conference aid, over the years.
The project included 25 Jewish
schools, 24 community and
youth centers, 18 children's and
youth homes and youth hostels,
six homes for the aged, seven
summer camps, and 12 other un-
dertakings including religious
institutions, kindergartens, can-
teens, clinics and dispensaries.
Lea\itt described the Confer-
ence program for scholarships and
fellowships. About 1.550 grants
have been issued so far. 156 of
them in l!>62. The scholarship
grants go to students atttending
Jewish teaeher*s colleges and to
those specializing in Jewish stud-
ies, and fellowship grants to
scholars conducting independent
research in Jewish studies, arts
and literature.
Leavitt pointed out that, since
1956. not a single year in Jewish
life in Europe has passed without
upheavals, displacements and
Elect ED BRIGHAM
On His Stand For:
k Bible reading in public schools
k No sales tax on food or medicine
k Dade's full share of representation and
distribution of tax money
* Fair Civil Service for public emoloyees
~k No extension of legalized gambling
k Sneeded up, expressway program with
full compensation to property owners
For Dade's Full Share Rigid economy and honesty in government
Outstanding In Group 12
Candidate For Legislature Lever 21-A
I'nld Pol. AdT.
refugee migrations. But the high- to meet pressing needs of Jewish
water mark in Jewish displace- refugees "in the scores and scort-
ments was attained in 1962. He ol thousands."" as well as to.parti
expressed gratification that Con cipate in the rebuilding of the
ferenee aid in that year helpec Jewish communities.
ELECT
MURRAY H.
DUBBIN
STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 6
LFVER
10-A
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MURRAY H.
DUBBIN
! Pol. A'IV.


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Friday. March 8. L-.;
"ME AMI" ENTHUSES SO. FLORIDA JEWISH LEADERS
"CONTINUE TO BUILD "-URGES MENDEL N. FISHER
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-,ME5 MAY, Past President of the Zionist Organization of
A--: -:.-:-s Leon J. Ell at the "Man of the Month Brv-ch on
17 1963 at the Fo"tainebleau Hotel. Left to right: Zev W
::j- JNF rarer. Leon J. Ell .President of the JNF of Greater
w j_ w... _,. May. an(j Mendel N. Fisher, retiring national JNF
Sit;.- .* D i: '---
LECN J ELL. Present of the JNF o* Greater Miami preser-fs the 'Me A-
Se-*er To'ah to Rimi Da>d Shapiro of Tempie Seaai Hollywood. Fla.. who 'n his
capacity as President o the RaaCtnieai Association of Greater Miami will oes.g-
ra-e tS rotation of the Ho-y Scroll to the a'>ovs congregahom m Greater
Mia
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dents _.-:-;:- j ;-- | -:- M Feo. 25, 1963. Mendel N. Fisher Arch
ect a-c ; :-- : .S= : i- i ca ce sen's Me Ami Tcrah to Leon J.E
P-es.se-" :- .* i- Sr:-i F-ic Council of Greater Miami. Loofcinj o"
Ml : ;- m:: ~ i : 5-ji-: P-esident of the Rabbinical Association o'
3-*a--- i- j-c : --.a car*- of Temple Sinai o' Hollywood. Fla.. Zev \n
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:'1" Isreef <* erre ie*ef P'9re Reeort an -Urn Ajb.. Left to rieM: Zar W.
Ke*n, JNF 'e*der: Raaiw. Meye- Aavamowm Pres-dert a* the JNF South-
east ftejaon: Leon J. E. Pres-dent e* the JNF se G-ea?er Miami, and
Menoc. S Fsner
ART.AL VfEW OF GUESTS ,***,-, >NF
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Friday, March 8, 1963
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lirman of the Judiciary Cor
of Representatives, Wash-
's attorneys on the impor-
jitclation for the Jev/ish Na-
e cccas-on was an Attorneys
ntainablaau Hotel on Feb. 20,
-...el N. F.sher, guest speak-
er, emphasized role Attorneys can play in se-
curing a reservoir of future funds for the JNF
reclamation piogram of the land of Israel.
Left to right: Zev W. Kogan, JNF lead?r; Con-
gressman Emanuel Cellar; Dr. Irviryi Lohr-
man, Chairman of Foundation for JNF in
Florida; Mendel N. Fisher; and Leon J. Ell,
President of the JNF of Greater Miami.
4i
|TIAl VIEW OF guests attending mass Jewish National Fund Zionist Organ-
cf America "Me Ami Amity Celebration" at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Feb.
1963
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3LLYWOCO, FLORIDA PLEDGES to establish Hollywood Section in "Me
i." Israel, of JNF Celebration in Temple Beth Sholom, Hollywood, on
M- 24, 1963. Left to Right: Jack Harrison, Zionist Leader; Zev W. Kogan,
*? Leader; Rabbi David Shapiro, President of the Rabbinical Association
Greater Miami, and spiritual leader of Temple Sinai, Hollywood; and
^el N F.sher,. Guest Speaker and Builder of the JNF of America.

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IS AND PRESIDENTS participating in "Me Ami" Torah Dedication Ceremonies
Lol n'S H0,el' Feb- 25' 1963- Those ParticiP**in9 were: Rabbi Herschel Brooks,
h PH tamora; R^l>l>' Jonah E. Caplan, Arfath Yeshurun Congregation; Rabbi and
Iki.: "I*" Gros*- Tifereth Jacob; Rabbi Maurice Klein, Sauthwest Jewish Center;
tnpk*
Kneseth Israel; Rabbi Lehrman, Temple Emanu-EI; Rabbi Lowey,
bb p k,i; Rabb' Mach,ai< Temple B'nai Sholom; Rabbi Rackovsky, Beth Tfilah;
wish r ade He'9nts Jewish Center; Rabbi David Rosenfeid, Fiagler-Granada
"-enter; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Beth II; Rabbi David Shapiro, Hollywood Tem-
"a'; Ral>bi Sherwin Sfauber, Young Israel of Greater Miami; Rabbi Henry Wer-
' e1re,h Israel Northside Jewish Center. Congregation president-, were: Mr.
ht d i*bner' Beth El Congregation; Mr. Louis Dublin, Kneseth Israel; Mr. Max
ton Mil 'US Zionis,$" Hapoel Mizrachi; Mr. Samuel H. Lubell. Temple Sinai; Mr.
"and r' Soo,nwest Jewish Center. Organizational presidents were: Mrs. Joseph
j "" Henr'etta Szold-Hadassah; Minnie Cohen, Harmony B'nai B'rith; Leon J.
LT1 National Fund Council; Mrs. Manuel Feierman, Shaloma Hadassah; Ezra
L Brandeis Zionist District; Sam Jackson, Bialik Farband; Mrs. Meyer Kahn,
Ihi- R USokin< Pres.), Golda Meir Pioneer Women; Mrs. Sylvia Katz, Halikvah Miz-
it. pV' J" Krantx- ("epr. Mr. I. Kramer, Pres.), Beth Tfilah Congregation; Mrs. J.
toneer Women Club I; Mr*. Ida Liftman, Pioneer Women Club 2; Mrs. Sophie
Kmneret Mixrachi; Mr. J. Z. Stadlan, Histadrut; Mrs. Ruth Wagner, Tikvah
Women; Dr. S. Wilensky, Poale Zion.
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JEWISH NATIONAL FUND "ME AMI CELEBRATION" at Beth
Torah Congregation in North Dade, Florida on Feb. 26, 1963. Left
to right: Abraham J. Gitlclson, Educational Director; Zev W.
Kogan, JNF leader; Tova Ronni, guest artist; and Mendel N.
Fisher, National JNF leader and guest tpeaktr.
BRANDEIS ZIONIST DISTRICT hosts over 500 Zionists at JNF-ZOA mass "Me Am
Amity Celebration" on Feb. 21, 1963 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Brandeis, Miam
Beach and Miami-Gables Zionist Districts and their leadership pledge continued sup
port and co-operation in the building of "Me Ami" in Israel. Left to right: Zev W
Kogan, JNF leader; Leon J. Ell, President JNF Council of Greater Miami, Ezra Fine
gold. President, Brandeis ZOA District; Mortimer May, Past National President of
ZOA; Mendel N. Fisher, guest speaker and retiring National JNF Executive Director;
and Tova Ronni, "Songbird of Israel," guest artist.
PARTIAL VIEW OF JNF CELEBRATION in Hollywood, Florida, at Temple Beth
Sholem on Feb. 24, 1963.
JNF ATTORNEYS LUNCHEON at Fontainebleau Hotel on Feb. 20, 1963. Partial
view of Attorneys participating. Those attending were: Judge Frederick Barad, John
E. Bassett, Judge Jason Berkman, Stanley Caidin, Alvin S. Cawn, Mrs. Edith Held
Cocper, Cecelia Coopersmith, Diana Coopersmith, Harry L. Cypen, Judge Irving Cypen,
Jay Dermer, Leon J. Ell, Donald Farber, Joseph Ferrara, Hyman Galbut, Abraham
Grunhut, Alfred Kreisler, Paul Kwitney, Walter H. Lebowitz, Gershon Miller, Walter
Pesetsky, Melvin Richard, Harold Rosen, Monte Rosenberg, Barrett Rothenberg,
Michael H. Salmon, Arnold I. Schcr, Leonard Selkowitz, Harold Shapiro, Herbert Sha-
piro, Myron Shapiro, Robert L. Shevin, Norman F. Solomon, Harold B. Spaet, Harry
Zukernick.
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Friday, March 8. 1933
High Court to Review School Prayer
Continued from Page 1-A
when the Government -was liuked
with religion.
The other Issue arose from an
appeal from a .Maryland court filed
by Mrs. M. E. Murray, of Balti-
more, concerning daily reading of
the Bible in public schools. Mrs.
Murray, describing herself as an
atheist, said through her attorney.
Leonard Kerpelnian. of Baltimore,
that the school opening prayer was
a religious ceremony and that her
son had suffered injury for chcos
ing not to participate. She claimed
the boy was spat on. assaulted and
ostracized.
During the hearings, the Jus-
tices displayed unusual interest in
the case, eight of the nine justices
entering into active questioning
and debate on the constitutional is-
sues. Justice Potter Stewart, the
lone dissenter in the decision out-
lawing the New York Regents
prayer, clashed with Justice Black,
author of the majority ruling.
Most Baltimore parents, said
Justice Stewart, "would like to
have this prayer for the exer-
cise of their religion." Justice
Black responded: "They want to
use the taxpayers' money to
carry out their religious exer-
cises." Chief Justice Earl War-
ren commented that, if Christian
prayer were legal in Maryland
schools, then Buddhist rites
would presumably be acceptable
by public schools in Hawaii.
Thomas B. Finan. Attorney Gen-
eral of Maryland, -aid to Justice
Warren "this is a use of theism
againa non-theism." The Chief Jus-
tice interrupted to say "Hold on.
'There are millions of thorvf oppose these pi avers, and I am
-ure they would deny your conten-
tion. For example, wo have I
brief here from the Synagogue
Council of America and the nation-
al Community Relations Advisory
Council. They represent a num-
ber of important religious organ-
isations."
Justice Goldberg inquired whe-
ther a period of silent prayer
would be constitutionally accept-
able. Mr, Kerpelman answered
that it seemed to him that such a
practice would not impinge on the
First Amendment to the Constitu-
tion, but that it was not involved in
the Maryland case before the
Court
Mr. Kerpelman charged that the
Lord's Prayer had been "tolerated
and blinked at for so long that it
is now a tradition.. A matter that
one generation does not have the
courage to question must be ques-
tioned by another." Justice Black
noted that, if the prayer were ap-
proved, it would open the door to
greater use of classrooms for re-
ligious rites.
Kerpelman maintained that
practices could r.ot be "some-
what" religious. He said an ob-
servance was either religious or
it was not. He said, however, he
would agree to compulsory study
of religion. He saw nothing
wrong in objectively teaching
the history of religions. What he
objected to, he told the Court,
was "a reliqious ceremony wMh
the approval of the school."
The states whoso attorneys gen-
eral joined in their brief were Ala-
bama, Arizona, Arkansas. Florida.
Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana.
Maine. Maryland Mississippi. New
Hampshire. Now Jersey, Now Mex-
ico, North Carolina, Rhode Island.
South Carolina. South Dakota and
Tennessee, Their jo"nt briel urged
(ho High Court to sustain a decis-
ion oi the Marvland Court of Ap-
peals that lotind the Bible reading
measure to bo constitutional.
"Reversal of the decision in this
case." the 19 states urgued, "will
require by necessary implication
the prohibition ot all punlic
acknowledgements of the divinity
and the thcistic concept of our ori-
gin anil end." A reversal would
; also "by necessary implication im-
pose upon the police an atheistic or
1 at lea?t agnostic concept of our
origin and end and w ill itself con-
stitute the establishment of reli-
i gion." the brief declared.
MOST QUALIFIED
CANDIDATE
group
PROVEN
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RECORD
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CALHOUN
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Group
13
Lever
26-A
GEORGE S. OKELL, JR.
1. Unicameral legislature. Save over $1 million annually.
2. No new taxes. Eliminate pork in state budgets.
3. Up-grade teachers pay to improve our schols.
4. Kerr-Mills Bill for Senior Citizens.
5. Develop more Junior Colleges and Graduate Schols.
6. Stop use of Dade's money to build recreational facilities
everywhere excepting Dade County. We contribute over
1 3 of the budget and get about TV
-Pd. Pol. Adv
vure for
DICK
FINCHER
GROUP 12
DICK PINCHERS PLATFORM
1. Maintain and improve our educational facilities
at all level*.
2. Provide the country's finest recreational areas
public beaches, parks and fishing areas.
3. Continue to improve and broaden our road program
throughout the State,
4. Retain the cigarette tax collected in the unincorp-
orated area of Dade County in order to furnish
needed government improvements of all types in
the unincorporated area.
5. A constitutional amendment for necessary legislation
to come within the Urban Renewal Program of the
Federal government.
? To get construction started en a toll highway between
the Tampa Bay area and Miami.
f. Improvement and cipansion for the mentally HI,
alcoholics, the prison system and adequate facilities
for delinquent boys and girls.
fl. Grant aid to private Institutions for higher learning.
t. I consider It necessary to vote for the essential funds
., to put in the necessary programs to make Florida a
11 leader among the States of this notion.
BE ALERT! BE INFORMED! Be at the Polls on TUESDAY, MARCH 12
Pull Lever 5-A TO HELP ELECT Pull Lever 5-A
EARL
CARROLL
GROUP 4
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
GROUP 4
HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD! PULL LEVR ^ QN ^^ ^
EARL CARROLL IS PROGRESSIVE ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU AMBITIOUS ENOUGH TO WANT TO
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Lawyers Invited
To Meet Jurists
\ Abbott and Miami City
usionel Sidney Aronovifz
, ,. invited leading members ot
,'l'u Uy Division to meet
ik, special guests of honor,
juaj- Thomas H. Barkdull. Jr.,
Th1:- District Court of Appeal.:
.,,, idue William A. Herin, Cur-
cul- ourt Judge, on Tuesday.
Tv cocktail and dinner party I
will be held at the Abbott home.;
1294 Nautilus Dr., Miami Beach.
as one of a series ef important
jvents sponsored by the division
on .-half of the 1963 Combined
jew i Appeal.
Hie two leading jurists have also;
been ..etive in the health and wel-;
lar> roi>lems of the Greater Mi-
ami ommunity.
fcitisTing Aronoviti in the
csmpeH Lawyers Divis-
,-ior. which hat held several suc-
*ci jI events including a brunch
,. Hw home of Judge Irving
C,[Mi and a dinner party at the
ht.-T of Martin Fine, ar* Melvyn
F'.-ikes. chairman of Miami
Bench Attorneys, and Robert
T-ijrig chairman of Miami At-
to"i-/s
Brickman, Bernard Jac-
I Richard Stone, associate
ol the Lawyers Divis-
ion ( inking closely with the
ittorneye by inviting
take part in the many
act planned by the division.
lovitz announced that "this
one of the prime events in
th( ...i yers Division participa-
n the Silver Anniversary
Jewish Appeal cam-
honoring the 25th anniver-
sarii of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the United
Jew Appeal.
Purim Program
On Television
Morton Malavsky, spin
r of Israelite Center.
-ion chairman of the
-r Miami Rabbinical Assn..
i nt a Purim program on
Small Voice" this Sun-
m., over Ch. 7. Topic
w Purim and the Religious
mework."
ting will be members
Israelite Center Religious
Ity and the children's
ted by Mrs. Ray Bcr
teacher at the Cen-
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the show, students of
- Sunday School will
"Purim at the Movies" in
icial hall. The play was
n and directed by Mrs.
Zisman, assisted by the
Lured in the cast are Den-
Sihermen, Linda Fisher.
: Marcus, Kevin Ben, Har-
'erez. Cherly Friedman, Jud-
alavsky and Sylvia Rosen-
-1..1H will be concluded with
tume parade and traditional
nmenti served by the Dora
Sisterhood.
Ckaim Greenberg
I Branch Function
Green Branch of Poale
ill hold a cultural evening
Parband Center, 942 Wash-
I'ngt Ave on Thursday, Mar. 14.
Spi i.il portion of the program
jwil; ....- roiiducted bv Jacob Fish
["J Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, con-
h'll' in the Bureau of Jewish
[Education, will be chairman of the
I'lir,,,,,,
Gu,^t speaker will be Rabbi
I'avi'' Shapiro, spiritual leader of
Sinai of Hollywood, and
K* enl ol the Greater Miami
I1""' ucal Assn.
'emple B'nai Abraham
Purim services to be held
l the newly-organized Temple
na. Abraham, 387 NE 167th St., i
begin Friday evening when
till
*">. Nathan H." ZwiVman's ser-
he u'" be *'PurimWarning to
\ j*Mans of our own Day."
bBJJ0" w,n host the 0neg
GEORGE HOLLAHAN
INTRODUCED THE
PRIMARY LAW TO CONTROL
HATE BOMBERS
IN THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
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Friday, March 8, 196
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Jewish Music Month Observance Slated
At Beth David Service Friday Eve
Beth David Congregation will
celebrate Jewish .Music Month at
a special Sabbath service this Fri-
day evening. Rabbi Norman N
Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth
David, will officiate and Interpret
the prayers.
This will be the eighth annual
Beth David observance of the na-
tional festival, featuring Cantor
William \v. Lipson, and assisted
Zuckerman Again
At Farband He!m
At the recent election meeting
of the Lebediker Branch of Far-
band. Joseph B. Zuckerman. pres-
ident. Solomon Parness. financial
secretary, and Jacob Fray dm an,
recording secretary, were elected
to serve another term.
New vice president is O^car
Shapiro, and Eli Malin will serve
as treasurer.
Members of the executive board
are Leon April. Dr. Norman W.
Eerk. Sarah Bobier. Meyer Gol
stein, Benjamin Meyers, Morris
Ornstein, Albert Ricklin, Freida
Sack and Benjamin Talmadge.
The Branch has pledged to fur-
nish a room in the new Kupai
Cholim Hospital in Beersheba.
Zuckerman announced a substan
tial part of the pledge has already
been given to Histadrut.
by the Beth David Choir, which
is directed by Albert Sus-man.
Presented will be the premiere
performance of a special Chass-
i die service composed by the
eminent liturgical musician,
Joshua Lind. The service was
commissioned by Beth David,
and has been ded;cated to Can-
tor Lipson.
A native of Galicia. Cantor Lind
i- known today as one of the out-
standing Jewish liturgical com-
posers in the world. Raise 1 in an
atmosphere of ultra-Orthodox and
Chassidic Judaism, he has appear-
ed in synagogues in many coun-
tries.
His compositions have been sung
by such renowned cantors.as Mor-
dechi Kcrshman and Kapov-Kag
an, as well as by such renowned
cantorial and operatic stars as
Jan Peerce. Richard Tucker, Lei-
bele Waldman, Moshe Koussevit-
sky, and others.
As in the past. Rabbi Shapiro
has invited Cantor Lipson to de-
liver a lecture from the Riilpit in
Purim Carnival Sunday
Annual Purim carnival of Tem-
ple B'nai Sholom will be held on
the Temple grounds this Sunday
at 10 a.m.
TO ELECT
Semitics Authority to be Speaker
CANTOR WILLIAM LIPSON
keeping with the Jewish Music |
Month celebration. Subject of his j
1 presentation will be "The Chassid j
and His Song."
Cantor Lipson is a former pres-j
'' ident of the Greater Miami Can- j
torial Assn.. former chairman of
the Southeast Region of the Can-
ton Assembly of America, and a
charter
bly.
member of the Assem-
y
JESS
YARBOROUGH
STATE
LEGISLATURE
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Prof. Menahem Mansoor, chair-
man of the Department of Hebrew,
and Semitic Studies at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, will speak
on "The Book and the Spade" at!
Beth Torah Congregation on Tues- j
day evening.
An authority on trie Dead Sea
Scrolls, Prof. Mansoor will also
discuss the Bar Koehba discover-
ies.
Prof. Mansoor holds degrees
from both the Univerities of Lon-
don and Dublin. He came to the!
United States in 1953 as a Pul-
bright scholar, and later became
a research scholar at Yale and
Princeton, and a lecturer at Johns
Hopkins. He translated the
Thanksgiving Hymns published
last year.
The lecture, sponsored by the
College of Jewish Studies, under
the auspices of the Bureau of
Jewish Education and the North
Dade Congregation, will replace
the usual Thursday night session.
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Sreotcr Miami's larqest I Oldest
Supplier for Synagogues,
Hebrew & Sunday Schools.
Wholesale A Retail
ISRAlLi GIFTS AND NOVELTIES
417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017

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1333 OAOC BOULCVARO
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
JCmmON 2-002*
IABKII B. BUUIERQ
VUNIH4L OinrcTOR
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every Day Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Jess Yarborough
BORN: Chester. South Carolina (AGE: 55)
GRADUATE OF CLEMSON COLLEGE, Clemson, South Carolina
MARRIED: Louise Blanding, Bartow, Fla.
DAUGHTER: Louise (Mrs. Frank U. Grcerl, Jacksonville. Fla.
SON: Jess, Jr. (Senior, Clemson College)
SON: Bert, Jr. (Miami High School)
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR & FOOTBALL COACH, Miami High School 1932-1942
AIR FORCE (MAJOR). 1942-1946
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WELFARE, CITY OF MIAMI, 1946-1948
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, DADE COUNTY,
1949-1957, (CHAIRMAN, 1956)
DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, 1958-1961
ASSOCIATED WITH MOYLAN REALTY CO. & ZONING CONSULTANT
1957 TO DATE
PAST PRESIDENT OF.- FLORIDA COACHES ASSOCIATION, FLORIDA
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ASSOCIATION, FLORIDA ADVISORY
COUNCIL (Coordinates legislation for County officials), MIAMI
KIWANIS CLUB and ORANGE BOWL COMMITTEE
MEMBER OF CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH and a SHRINER
PLATFORM
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*Jenisti Her Mian
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JEWISH MORALISTS
fejhetah, 24 of Eikah Kabbah.
L'hc" prosperity comes to my
M|pr,l / il" not share in It; but
[., i overtakes him. I
,
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jnull ,."i,~.niv f) men. When
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Question jox
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
hy is the Book of Esther (The
Megillah) read twice on Pur-
im, i.e., once at night and once
in the morning?
H would appear that originally
e Book i : Esther was read only
the morning. According to one
innaitic source if it was road
ily at night one lias not fulfilled
obligation (Tosefta, Megillah
Lain it became traditional
read the Megillah both at night
nd in the day time (Megillah
Still the Halachah considers
lie daytime reading the principal
bligation. It is claimed by some
tin evening reading was in-
fo.iuceil because of a historical
son. They maintain that dur-
tiy the period of Roman persecu-
on, when religious assemblies
ere forbidden and it was thus
"possible to have a congregation
Aemble in broad daylight for the
npose of reading the Megillah.
abbi Jochanan ben Nuri read
ie Megillah for his gathering at
light, so that they would not be
covered and punished.
As a memorial of this event, or
a commemoration of the fact
at we maintained the tradition
reading the Megillah either in
e exposure of daylight in times
freedom, or in the stillness of
t niuht in times of oppression.
e Megillah is read both at night
Wll as in the daytime.
*
WP"l is the Hallel omitted from
Scroll of Esther /KeaJincf to <3i
Prejudice is the Price We
Pay for Being Different
'naitaurate
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n
rim
s
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By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Hollywood Temple Sinai
Purim, although a minor holi-
day, speaks a message of great
significance. It enshrines a su-
preme ideal. It proclaims a prin-
ciple which we have striven to
maintain through the centuries. We
have always contended and found
in the Purim story confirmation
of the justness of our stand that
the right to differ and be different
is as inalienable as the right to
life and liberty.
Hainan, you will recall, was the
exponent of the opposite doctrine.
He would tolerate no diversity in
belief and in practice. To obtain
national unity, he insisted on abso-
lute uniformity. Through the in-
dictment which Haman drew up
against the Jews of Persia, he
stressed the lact that they consti-
tuted a separate people, and that
their religions laws differed from
those practiced by other groups in
the kingdom. This was the essence of Hainan's attack.
Now the .lew who is not afflicted with self-hate and with an in-
feriority complex will readily concur in this charge of Hainan's. We
are indeed a separate people. We are different from other religious
groups. We draw our ideals from our Bible, the Talmud and all the
other spiritual treasures of our heritage. We haw suffered a common
late, and we cherish a common hope. Whatever the differences that
separate Jew from Jew as a people, we are united by a common his-
tory and tradition, and to the world we represent a distinct commun-
ity. Surely, in this blessed land of ours, no loyal Jew should hesitate
Let us bear in mind that we have preserved our religious differ-
ences with benefit to ourselves and to the world. Our separate exis-
tence served to strengthen our own qualities and made possible our
supreme contributions to the enrichment of mankind; and, yet. how-
ever great our achievements have been, the very fact that we belong
to a separate religious community has brought us much suffering and
persecution. The tragic truth is that it is quite normal for men to
dislike those who are unlike themselves. The Jew has dared to differ
and to be different, and prejudice and intolerance have always been
the price we were made to pay for this privilege.
Is it too high a price to pay? Not if we consider the. supreme worth
of our spiritual possessions.
Purim will be celebrated here beginning with the reading of the
Megillah. the Scroll of Esther, on Saturday evening. Reading of the
Megillah will be repeated at services again Sunday morning. Purim
is the ancient observance which marks the triumph of the Jews via
the good offices of Esther and Mordechai over Haman, the Prime
Minister of King Ahasueros, who sought to exterminate them. (See
story, Page 14-A.)
wMii"iwiiin*iiuimrt.iimiMiiiiiiMiiiininwniinwnmmai^
GEMS OF WISDOM
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
. Hainan's intolerance
<_J\now KAour the
Prayer service of Purim?
There are several reasons giv-
for the omission on Purim of
e Hallel which is recited on all
Mays giving thanks for the de-
Mnce of our people. Some
*"" that this is done because
the tradition by which Hallel
" recited for a miracle which
* Place outside of the Holy
M (after its conquest) (Erakin
) Others claim that the Hallel
omitted because the reading of
' Megillah, w"hich in itself re-
nts the miracle, takes its place
e'llah Ha).
\
""MAN BClin
Temp/e Sinai president
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI
In 1940 the common bond ot
Judaism brought together a hand-
ful of residents of Hollywood,
Fla., and its environs to pray to-
gether during the High Holy Days.
There was no Temple, no Rabbi
and no Torah. Prayer books,
shawls and chairs were borrow-
ed from every available source,
and the few Jewish families met
in rented quarters to hear a lay-
man chant the service. Even the
impending threat of an oncom-
ing hurricane could not diminish
the spirit of the congregants.
Hollywood had 10 to 15 Jewish
families at the time and they
continued to meet on a social basis.
On June 15, 1942 the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Hollywood was
' chartered to provide a place for
people to meet for recreational,
educational and religious pur-
poses. In 1943, the Center mov-
ed into its first permanent quar-
tersa vacant rear store on Hol-
lywood Boulevard.
After the war years, the mem-
bership grew, and the Center re-
ceived its first Sefer Torah. The
Bureau of Jewish Education in
Miami was contacted, and the
first Sunday School was organiz-
ed. In 1945, land on Polk St. was
donated, and on May 7, 1946, the
first meeting was held in the un-
finished building. Rabbi Max
Kaufman was engaged as spiri-
tual leader. In the two years
that followed, the Center enjoyed
a phenomenal growth.
In 1948, the Center bid farewell
to Rabbi Kaufman and a "Sholom"
was extended to Rabbi Jacob J.
Honig. In 1949, the Center be
came a constituent member of
the United Synagogue of Ameri-
ca, and the Hebrew School and
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Rabbinical Assn.
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Contributor:
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youth groups curriculum was en-
larged. The tragic and untimely
death of Rabbi Honig occurred on
December 30, 1952.
In 1953. the Center entered its
second phase of growth and be-
came Temple Sinai, the Jewish
Community Center of Hollywood.
Rabbi David Shapiro was engag-
ed as spiritual leader. To the
Temple family was added a Men's
Club and the Minyan Club, in ad-
dition to the already active Sis-
terhood.
Due to the continued member-
ship growth under the guidance
of Rabbi Shapiro, ten acres of
land were purchased on Johnson
St., in 1955, and the new building
committee of Temple Sinai was
established. The old building was
sold to the City of Hollywood, and
in September, 1960, the congrega-
tion walked with justifiable pride
into its new sanctuary for the
High Holy Days.
In two decadesfrom 10 to 15
families to a membership of 475
families; from a meeting place in
a store, to $500,000 worth of build-
ings of ten acres of land; and a
friendly spirit that still prevails
this is the history of Temple
Sinai, the Jewish Community Cen-
ter of Hollywood.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
rVlday 8:15 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
'What Example to Jewish Women
toes Queen Bather Serve?1' Batur-
lav R:3o a.m. Sermon: "Th.- Fascin-
atfng Story of l'urim." 4:80 p.m. Yld-
Ish lecture: "The Unparalleled Mod-
slv and InexhaflhtlbM Patience of
Hoses." s p.m. l'urim Service. Sunday
s a.m. Megillah.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday s:l"> p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mitsvah: Robert, eon of'Mr, and Mrs.
Bdward Swerdlln; Gary, son of Mr.
ind ttrfl. l.nuis Smiles.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday ti p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Ser-
rnon: ''Eternal Vigilance Agalna! Ha-
manltes." 7:80 p.m. Megillah, Sunday
7:30 a.m. Megillah.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Hlsterh.....I Sabbath
conducted by Mis. Lillian Schoen,
president. Topic: ''Importance of Sls-
lerh.....I." Saturday 8 15 a.m.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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1 BETH KPDESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Fiidn> vir> p.m. Purim sermon: "Tin
I... i -_;. t Day." Saturday B:45 a.m.
Sermon: "power t< Remember."
p.m. Discussion on "Cast Lota." 7 p.m.
Megillah.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 'J a.m. Daily
7:30 a.m.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
1 rkta) 8:05 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Sermon: "it i.-. Our Obligation t<> Re-
member." 1:50 p.m. Sermon: "Biblical
Portion of the Week." Host for Bha-
iish Seudoa, .1 Sabortn.
------ ------ s
BETH TORAH. 164h st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday S::in p.m. Sermon: "Should w
Celebrate PurimT" Saturday 8:48 a.m.
Har Mltavah: Donald, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Grunsweia>; Larry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. sid Shane. 7 p.m. Me-
gillah.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Frldav 8:80 p.m. St-rmon: "The Purim
PlayMorality and Reality." Saturday
8:45 a in. Car Mlt'/.vah: Raymond, son
of Air. and Mrs. Nathan Shenfleld.
--------- ^~
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker, Mra.
Kidney Lewis, past president. Greater
Miami Section, National Council Jew-
lah Women. Topic: "The Role of the
w'ono n In the Community." Satur-
i. to a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the
Wei k."
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Girl
s-<-outs." Ones Shabbat host: Girl
Scouts; Mrs. Mal\ ina Kos.-nlicrc and
Mra, Esther Gelenko In honor of their
birthdays. Saturday '.< a.m. 6::I0 p.m.
Megillah.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
Friday 7:45 p.m. Pre-Purlm Family
Service. Megillah. Ones Shabbat host-
id by Sisterhood.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday '.!'> and s:15 p.m. Sermon:
'The Art of Living." Oneg Shabbat
ponaored by Bikur Chollm of the
(.'enter.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Time-
ly Warning i the Hook of Bather."
Oneg Shalihat host: Mr. and Mrs. Ju-
lius Kaadln In honor of daughter. Lor-
etta. Saturday 9 a.m. 7:30 p.m. l'urim
service.
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
Friday s:ir. p.m. Sermon: "Purim, a
Lesson in Anti-Semitism." Saturday
9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
I Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Living in TWO
i Worlds." Senior choir conducted by
I Cantor Gottlieb, Saturday 10:30 a ni.
Sermon: "FiKhtliiK Anli-Sciniiism."
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser.
I Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "One llun-
dredth Anniversary of the Emanci-
pation Proclamation." Saturday 1:-T.
a in. Har Mltavah: Jon. son of Mr. and
| Mrs, Harry it. Leslie; Alfred, son ot
Behold how good and how pleas- I
| ant it it /or brethren to dwell to- I
tier in unity. PSALMS.
see
Better a neighbor who is near, C
than a brother far off.
PROVERBS.
* e
Iii yean of prosperity men he- |
1 come brothers. GEN. R.
* *
\'.miri lus mother-li'ln; borne and I
reared all men ali^e. and created
them genuine brothers. philo.
* *
Implicit ni Hebraism Uy a belief -\
it human brotherhood which can- |
not be reconciled with racial or sec-
tarian enmities. Indeed n may be
said that the world at j whole has
uoi yet risen to the height o/ this
great Hebraic argument. m \ bie.
MiiiiciuAsssnuiiinnsuisuiiisBMUBiiiniiiiiiiiiuiii-:
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Flags Jonas. 5:80
p.m. Megillah.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: Hainan is
Head, hut not Hamanlsm." Saturday
9:30 a.m. Har Mitsvah: Steven, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milaclitinaii 7 p.m.
Purim services at Parkway Junior
High School.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Frldav 8:80 p.m. Saturday V a.m. Ilnr
Mitsvah: Michael, son of Mr, and Mrs.
Henry Kram: Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Aronow.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Basic
Questions that L'nites-Hivides Reform
and Orthodox Judaism."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Friday S: 1 r, p.m. Sermon: "Ceremony
and Doctrine in Liberal Judaism."
Pulpit guest to mark Council S'ab-
bath, Mrs. Meyer Baskln, vice pres-
ident Greater Miami Section, National
Counclll of Jewish Women.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Purim Sermon: "Free-
dom from Rear." Saturday : a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Portion of the Law." Har
Mitsvah: St< phen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Btrachman.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 8:15 p.m. l'urim Sermon: "Why
the Heathens Rage." Saturday 8:45
a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Scott, son of Mr.
and Mrs. All it Matter. 7 p.m. Me-
gillah.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy.
1-i id.ix v:iu p.m. Mar Mitzvah: Fredric,
-..n ..f Mr. ami Mrs. Maxwell Robblns;
Samuel, son of Mr, and Mrs. Henry
Glnaburg. Sundaj s a.m. Megillah.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Klein.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora av.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
Fridav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Will
of Man.'' Saturday s;4.". a.m. Sermon:
"A Commandment."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday S:3o p.m Sermon: "Giving Is
Living." Oneg Shabbat host: Sister-
hood. Saturda> s a.ni
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Special Oneg shab-
hat by Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m.
Purim service and Megillah.
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday n.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Purim. Then and Now."
SENIOR CITIZENS SYNAGOGUE.
1850 Alton Rd. Rabbi Henry Schorr.
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Friday. March I .',153
There are All Kinds of Purim Celebrations
5. SAUL CARSON
United Nations
Oc J'unat. acconkag. to the
Talmud, a Jew is "obliged"' to
drink so much that be car no
longer tell the difference be-
tween -Cursed be Haman"' and
-Blessed be Mordecai." The
Sage*, however, did not fore-
see Unr.ei NatMH protocol.
Here, one tips tbe cocktails with
... ca-:ioolest Punm kal
ail year loag. 1 '.be fre-
qoencv of these paries replete
vnh e^er> thing from vodka and
Carnsel w.ae :: Sckfen : and
dry marar.is.
FALSE CHARGES
Just the same. a*, thai Btaaaa,
it is worth recalling *Ju: Pens is
the Je ? --- :--:-" -: r. :.:ii>
a festival is :r.:err.i
UN ianaK There .? a Spam>h
pjrjn and a m
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capital
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converted to Istaai a::
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own former He had
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Continued from Page 1-A
BaBBiCj pro:'e--<.r M Ye-hiva Uni-
versity, testified that, in Jewish
trattthm, the sever.:!-.-day Sabbath
as regarded as the central point
in Jewish life. Rabbi Shi
P.abel of Congregation Hapoel
Kar :{ Brooklyn, testified
that the defendant was president
of the congregation, and attended
services every Saturday.
false. Purim of Skirai
: rites the resakaal dekteraace.
Hebron: In Bebroe. under ihe
Turk.- Bed? pasha had
ed that the Jev
an eaormocs sum of moce>
at Am -
or death by fire The Jews sim-
ply could not raise the sarr tad
were reconciled to their fate.
But jar. before the expiration
of the deadline, a Jewish watcn-
xaan at the mi gate four
sum m a window The
cash was turned over to the
pasha asd the community was
saved Mat had hapc-
Tbe pa-ha himself confessed lat-
er that he had placed the money
; Be had been -.
a trees bj Ike Hebrew pa-
--.:.--- I i i :
Jacobbo warned him c:
veaeear.c- :i :.t
iecree.
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PURIM OF EDOM
We go oc and or. and oc
an Egyi ;
. : .". laiiviai MM 1
ere of Jews, had been
assassinated. The Punm of

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large Jewish pcpolatior 154]
What hapai Ike
fleet was sank, due to a
that took place in wpaww ta
prayers :; Malawi ':-.
Dana A ~ Meat for one
of the Iberian ir.. pow-
ers Portug-! Mi .eelatrati
.-.ch. if suect--:-
ve eadargered Ike *
of the Jews, was defeated in
-.57*
PURIM
im celebrationsnamed after
variou- prominent Judeo-German
families. .
OC D- FASH I 0*4 ED
There are Punm celebra
comaaeaaorating similar to
escapes front potential koto-'
cansts in Frankfurt Germany
and in Buda. where Ike Jews
reflpec the Turks defeat Chns-
%>4 There -s a Punm
:r_ Florence. Italy ceicM-aUng
the delive-ance of the Jea iront
aaob attacka buoop helped
that time And there is a Punm
ramed after a piratea dead
one. This fellow, aamec Borg
heL threatened to anrahila'e the
Jews of Tripoli, back
someho" a bad <
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Friday. March 8, 1963
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LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
UT -E OP INTENTION TO APPLY
NC VoR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. S3C 1M3
... Is hereby ii^ -n that the un-
l iviiil.ii.-r EI'UENE KI>-
tui M1KOI INSKI. a !.-si,i,.nt of
County, Iftortda, tut- nd>
io one of tin- Judges of tin
., ,i, ill, ill iIraull in his offlo
|i,,i, 1'i.iinty Courthouse, al
, i.il. on the Isl Pay of April.
- hi order changlnn his name
ITiKNK EDWARD MIKOI.tN-
ijKXK MIKEL, by which name
i tht-ri-afier Im known.
Win mi, Plorido, Peli. .'7.
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SKI
I
m: i:i.\vai:i> MIKOI inski
Petitioner
1 L-8-15-22
.DT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IS -HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ElE-ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
r 3R.0A IN AND FOR DADE
-OUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2110
ii v Jordan.
i
DAyenu
BY HENRY LEONARD
.
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-
:v |.i ii IS .Ii HtDAN,
iiilaiil.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|| l.i.l IS JORDAN
. vv.iiiiiiKtuii Street,
i. Mas*
.i.> notified thai a Hill
foi l ilvoi ce ha- been
\..n ami \ on art- la--
.i ropy of your An-
ill nil lu the Hill of Com-
..... plaintiff's Attorney,
I'M \.\ a in i|,TZ)l.\:\
i lil'll.DINU, MIAMI :il'
\ ml fill the original An-
iillnu In ih,- office of the
ii, uit Couri *n or before
\;.i II, IMS. if ) mi fall
iu ii.. ni i>> datauii nii.
Ins >-ou for the rellel
ihi Itili of Complaint.
-hall be published once
four .-us, ,-uli\ ,. weeks
JEWISH I l.i HtII MAX.
: AM- ORDERED at Miami,
.7; Ii day of l-YIn u.i i ;.
LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i '.hi. i ..'mi >. r loi Ida
Ii K M l.V \l \\"
i', pill) i 'I. ik
n V l|.ll /in.i ii
liiilldini;
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. 1-lali
3 l-S-13-22
IN "HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELE.E\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2143
: V nN, .III., a- Admlnlstrtl -
\: fain, an Ifflci i
- ..f America, ami
in > ich office, and Ii -
us.
KIV.KN'K k \i SKY and l" n:is
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No. iCE OF SUIT
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Wil .H' -. ,,l| '
nf Ami
ll kiii-Ii office, an.I Ills
. lune .' '
thi rollowli
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HEPTLER HOMES
l"N I w '. ncciiruinti i.
rded In 1*1 I Bonk
I hi ibll< i, nrdi
Ida;
lied to file ynui an-
..........
".:. Cuiinty, hlorldn
' it Miami I Ini Idu,
Vp ii 2, IMS, and in h. rvi
Ii ..: wei upon \i vki:s.
K.M'l.AN ft I'ATSMAN
urn ii. j -. whose address i-
I'.ft) Huilillnir, IK.ii s.u Klrsl
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. .- reu iir. .1 Uj the lawn
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b, til Cl II as ci.....
i iin.l ., |.,.. ,.. r .. ,.,,,, ..,, in
illisl m.i f..r ih,. relief
1 in tl.......Illplnlnt.
:' lids Mth day ..i l Itruni >.
I! i.i: ITHERMAN
'ii i i, ui| i-..in i
1'.....'..11111!. hlortda
l!> : K M l.V.MAN
1.....'i> Clerk
..,' K iphtn & ('iit-man
IJ I'-iili linu'
" I i -; Sir,...|
I urfdn
"All right, Sidney, now you show me YOUR
Purim noisemaker ..."
LEGAL NOTICE
,v-^J1CE BY PUBLICATION
I 11*1!.! CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
c^NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
?LOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
Ikivv No- 63c 2160
T 1 l.l.'.YI. BPRBOW
t.Noll BURROW

I SUIT FOR DIVORCE
| l.an..r Burrou
J'r iloj Parsons
..k Street
_ iirensbunr. Missouri
'"AltY KI.KAM u; Bl'RROW,
> aotiried that a Bill ol
I i Divorce ha- been riled
Efrvv, '" :""l >uu are required to
Et :,"'"."' v"1"' *nwar or Plead-
Dliin. .-,' ,:'" '' Comptalnl on th.-
Eki\ 1'tti.rney. RUYMOITR LON-
'-- NAV. 7th Av.rin... Miami.
I., ,: -> t i.i. ii,. orlirraal Answer
l>< th." '" "'' "iu......' "'' Cterti
::.,i, i "'''" Court on or before tin-
.i ,,''"' '.' March IMS. n you rail
k; ItidKmenl by default will be
.,,' -""-' vou for the relief a.-
I ti k "! "" Hm '"' Complaint.
L.i.l, ": "hall i.. published once
M THi" ii.-.3 'ol,r oonwecutlve week*
AMi tiltllKRRD at Miami.
| ,"<" -.Hi daj .'f February,
,. :: l!: kTHEHM w. Clerk,
' hade county. Florida
J K M I.VMA.V
I 'i;.u.'t^,UHixcu'pfc
3 1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58304-C
IN RE: Estate !
CHARLES s VMCEI. I.EE
H- a.il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
inu I'l.iiin- ..i Demand). Axalnst Salil
K-lal. :
Viii nre hereb; notified and re-
quired I" prew in an> l.iim> an.I i|. -
mands which yon mas have aaainst
the estate of ril.\l:l.i:s MAMl'KI.
l.KK deceased late "i Dade County,
tlorlda, to the Count} .' idites ..f Dadi
County, ami til. th,- sain.- in their
offices m tin- County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within sis cal-
endar months from the date ,.f the
first publication hereof, or the sun,
will be barred.
CAROLYN B. LEE.
Executrix
shivin. Ooodman Holtxman
B) : Bylvan N. lloltsmnn
Attorne) for Kxi i-uti i\
146 Sej bold I'.l.ln.. Miami. Fin.
: IB-22. :'. I-"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslKned, deslrlnp tt. enaaR-e in
buslni s- UlldiM I hi III if..us naui. ul
MASTEUl'l! VI r I'KINTKKM al IS1.1
I 'm.l\ A \ ii .. M ||..... I leai Ii I I..' il.i
Intendi i-kIkIhi u< nn nu Hli
ill. I 1. I k th.- I'll.-lilt I '..III 1 Of I M.I.
I !- Ida
Al BEKT I. SCHI'LTZ,
.- I i\v llfl
sh.A iii < ioodimin ,v 11
' ML. Ill, .-> Il'lll/
"1.1-22
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2080
u ii i.iam ii i:ii.i:\ .
Pill III11 :
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AMRITE nLDHASJ R1LEY,
11. i. n.I.ml
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
n \ MKITE ll.OHAM IULEY
;u Kterlliut sn. el
Urei ii--1..!. North Carolina
Y"l ARE IlKKEBY NOTIFIED thai
a Hill of Complnlnl f..r Divorce lias
i...ii filed aicainsl you and you ore
required t.. nerve a copy "f your An-
swi'i thereto on I'laintlffs Attorney,
JOSEPH \\ MALEK, :<"." I.lnroln
Load, Ml mil Beach, ::'J. Florida, and
.il.- il.....rlKinul thereof in tl.....fflci
ol ih.- Clerk of tin- Circuit Court '"
or before Ihe 2nd day ..! April, IMS.
otherwlsr a Decree Pro Confcsso will
i.....nt.-i. .1 iiKalnsl you.
I>ATED ai Miami, Dade County,
l- hi luu, tin- 2uili .i.i> .a i i.i uary,
IMS.
i:. B. LEATIinKMAN
Clei l "i the Circuit Gam i
(s.-ali By: I. N EEI EN
i'..|.ni\ i'1,-r!,
JOSEPH W MALEK
Am..in. v for Plaintiff
:::." Lincoln Koud
Miami B< ach ::'. I- uliilll
3 I-S.15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 1651
III ISEMARI HAI.EKNl >.
Plaintiff,
IIBOROK s \ I EltXO,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVC RCE
TO: OKI "ROE KALEKN* i
lav Main Street
Til. kah.
New York
Vou, IIEoRUK SALEKNO, are here-
i.y notified thai a Bill ..f Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required t" serve a copy
"i your Anawer or Pleadinc to the I'.ill
of ('omplnlnt "ii the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, SMITH A HANDLER, 407 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file th. original Answer or Pleading In
tin- office of the Clerk of the Circuit
C.....i on or before the 20th day of
March, IMS. if you fall t" do so.
judgment by default "ill i- taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the BUI of C.....plaint.
This notice shall be published onoe
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Ii.\'l-: AND ORDKRF7D al Miami.
Florida, thi- 13th da; of February
AH IMS,
i: i- NEATHRRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Had. County, Florida
.-...I. B) I.. HNEEDEN
l icputy Clerk
2 1.-..2S, 3 I-1*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58611-B
in RE: Estate of
SAM KOHONBERG
I laceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and AH Pius
Havlna Claims or Itomunda Against
>,ii You are herebj notified ami re-
quired i" presenl any claims and de-
mands which you may havi against
ih. estate "i SAM HCHONBKRO, de-
ceased late of Bade County, Florida,
to iii. County Judges of Had. Coun-
ty, ami file the same In duplicate ami
as provided iii Section 733.10, Florida
Statues, In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
: within -i\ calendai months front the
! time "i Ihe first publication hereof,
or tin- same will be barred.
Hated in Ml.....i. Florida, thi." l.-th
,1-iv of February, A.D. IMS.
BESSIE aCJICiNBEHQ
As Bxecutrix
MYERS HEIMAN, KAPLAN
& CATSMAN
Attorneys for Executrix
lir.o H.W. Isl su.. i
IN
In
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\iiTHK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i hits n..ss ii-d.-r th^ fictions name
of CHEAP CHARLIE at l".:'l Wash-
ington An-., Miami Beach, l'la In-
lands to register said name with
thi Clerk ol the Circuit Court w
Dade County. Florida. '
KAPPAM BNTERPRI8B8, INC.
solo owner_____
S.'S, 15. 32, 2!l
IN THE CIMCU. i ^w.
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 63C 2154
NANCY CAROLYN OATEH
Plaintiff
DALE RODBRIC OATE8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yin il K BOuKRIC tl A Tl. s .
1 .'. Hli Kli eel, Saul.i Rosa, I illfoi
nia. are notified to erve a copj o
\ our answ ii io I in..: i ..Mi|i.alnt
riled srs'nst ......" Plaintiff's attor-
a. v. QEOROE Xi'lliiivs. ''i- N "
i-ii, Vvemn Miami. Plot Ida, and file
original with Clerk "f this Court on
or befot-i Vprll 1st, IMS, otherwise
oomplalnt ill Is '} ou
DATED Feh
I-: t: I.I' vn-ii'i"' v s '
Circuit i "ourt, i 'ade 'ounty, FIoi Ida
(seal) Bj : C P COPELAND
. IV I i. I l
S-15-22
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58222-B
RE: Estate of
MH.DItED II. FVTERFA8
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn Ml Creditor* ami All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate: ....
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may hove against
Hi,, estate of MILDRED B. FI*TBR-
l--\.~ deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to Ihe County Judges of
Dade County, and ill.- the MM in
their office* in the County Court-
house in Dade County. Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred. _
IRWIN s. FTTRRFAS
Executor C.T.A.
IP.WIN s. PUTBRFAS
Attorney
t:u Miracle -Mile
Coral Cables, Florida
> _.._ i -V-l ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 63C-795 (Balaban)
srnCRBl.Y FEDERAL SAVINGS
AN I V.I IA N A SHt "1 ATI' IN,
Plaintiff.
vs.
OKNE BARTDN WWATI.KY and
BECRETTA ARNOLD WHATI.irY'
his wife. ALEIDA CASTELLUI and
CAHTE1 I.i il her husband If
married. ALBERT H. DANIELS and
EARLA1NE DANIELS his wife,
1 i.f.ii.lants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: ALBERT 11. DANIELS and
i: mm.aim: ha.niki.s his wife,
RESIDENCE L'NKNOWN, and
ill nariles e 'iniir" hv, Ihrr.....h '.
or against the above named defend-
ants if aliv.-. or if dead their unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, legatoes, as*
siun.-.-s. Ilenors, creditors, trustee!
ind all parties navlns or claiming *
having any right, title or Interest In
the propel I) herein di scribed:
You are hereby notified thai thi
above capiloneil action has been In-
stituted agalnsl vou in the I'll
Court of the ELEVENTH Judicial
Circuit of Florida In and for DADE
County to foreclose a mortguge upon
the following described real nroiwrtv
Lot -;. Block 71. NORWOOD FIFTH
ADDITION, HECTION TWO, ac-
cording to the I 'in t thereof, recorded
In Plat Book ii". at Page i"'.i of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida,
You are required to file youi an-
wei to plaintiffs i......plaint iiii thi
Clerk of the a for.-aid C.....I. nntl
serve a com thereol u|s>n plalntiffV
iii.-in.v MARTIN FINE, llili Floor
Dade I ederal Bids Miami :::. Floi ida
not later llian Mareil -'*. I1I6S, nr a
Decree Pro Confesso will bi entered
agalnsl you,
DATEI: February K.. IMS
I-:. II, LEATHEKM V N
I lei'k of the i "in nil i 'unit
iseali Bj K. M I.Y.MAN
l leputy i'i. ik
MARTIN FINE
Attorne) for Plaintiff
mil FIimii Hade Fed. nil Bldg
Miami S2, Florida
i -'i'. :i i -s-i.-i
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jewisti fhriaf/tjtr?
solicits your legal noticM.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarants*
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit .1- ItiOS
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREKY IIIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busl.....- under the fictitious nan.. ..I
UAVID SHAPIRt) It COMPANY at
12ti Lincoln it..ad, Miami Beach intend
i. register said name wiih the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Had.- County,
Florida.
DAVID Sll VP1RO
PA PL I. I I.KISi'HMAN
Z 13-22,
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2079
VINCENT DPRIE HOLLENBECK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DELOREH I.EE HOLLENBECK,
I '. I'.-lidalll.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DELORE8 LEE HOLLENBECK
i_-.ii Eaat Port I..- Road
Bogota, Si w .1. rsej
Y"l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Hill ..f Complaint for Divorce has
heen filed against you, ami you arc
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer thereto on Plaintiffs Attorney,
JOSEPH W, MALEK, J50 Lincoln
Rood. Miami Beach :t:i. Florida, and
file the original In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 2nd day of April, 1963, other-
wise a Decrei Pro Confesso will be
entered against you.
Hated tliis. i'.'.Ui day ..f February,
1963.
E. B. LEATHERMAX
i 'lerk of the "Ircult Court
(seal) Bv: I. KNEEDEN
i '. put) i 'Ii rU
JOSEPH W. MAI.IK
Attorne) lu Plaintiff
::"." I.in.-.-in Road
Miami Beach :'.'. Florida
:: l-s-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'OA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2191
I.la IN KEITH ANDERS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY 1 ItAWKS P. ANDERS
l lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MART FRANCES P. ANDERS
190 Vemiount Ave.,
W. Aahvllie, North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Comptalnl for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the i'.ill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney SHKV1N.
OOODMAN a. HoLZTMAN. SU Bey-
bold Bldg., Miami. PI i and file the
original answer or pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
nn or before the 1st day of April, 19*8.
If you fnll t.. do s... Judgment by de-
fault ill in taki n against vou for the
relief demanded in the I'.ill of Com-
DONE WD ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 27th day of February,
A.D. 1963.
I-:. It, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad. County, Fhirlda
(seal) B> : K. M. I.Y.M \X
11. put) Clerk
Sin Mn. fl.....i'uan A lloltznian
:t|i, S. v bold ItuildiiiK
Miami. Florida
.Mini nn s for Plaintiff
9 i8-15-tl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY NO. 63C1946
ESTHER KLEIN llol.DHEKt, and
' I El iri IE tlol.l iltEBU, hi r husband,
Plaintiffs,
\ s.
SIDNEY KLEIN, and if married,
KLEIN, In- wife,
HELEN KLEIN, and If man ini.
. her husband
.MAN KLEIN, and if married
KLEIN, his wife,
and BERNARD KLEIN, and il
married, Klein, his wlfi
I i.-l'endanls.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SIDNEY KLEIN, and If mnrr
KLEIN, his wlft .
.. Rosen
mil Bo. Kecond Avi nue
Mount Vernon, New York
MAX KLEIN, ami if married.
KLEIN, his Wife.
e o Rosen
160 so. Second Avenue
Mount Vernon, New York
HELEN KLEIN, and if married.
.., her husband.
2691 Reservoir Avenue
Bronx, New York
BERNARD KLEIN, and if married.
KLEIN, hi- wife.
ir.r.r.n TuJunga Avenue
North Hollywood. California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint to partition the fol-
lowing described property, to wit:
Lot ii In Block B5 of OCEAN
BEACH ADDITION NO. 3. a sub-
division according to th.- Plat there-
of, recorded In Pint Hook at Pave
81, of the Public Records of Dads
County, Plorlda,
has been filed against you and you
are hereby required to serve a cop>
.,i your answer or pleading to the
Complnlnl on the Plaintiffs' Attorn-
eys, ARONoVITZ, SILVER .v
SCHER, Mi Alnslej Building, Miami
:'..', Florida, and file the original an-
swer or pleading In the ..ffi.-.- of the
clerk of the above Court on or befon
March 2.1, 1963. If you fnll i" do so
judgment b) default will l taken
igalnst ."I for the relief demanded
in ihe Complaint.
HONE AND OBDERED THIS -"th
da) "i F'ebruary, \:\::.
i: R LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
liv K. M. I.Y MAN
li.-|.ut\ Clerk
2 22, 9 1-8-15
IN THE Cnv-UIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 1491
CAROLINE TAMBCRINO,
Plaintiff,
vs. I
PRANK TAMBURINO,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: PRANK TAMBCRINO
609 Pimrtli su. i
Newark, New Jersey
YOU, PRANK TAMBCRINO, nr'
notified that a complaint for divorce
has I", n filed agalnsl you, and yow
ore required to serve a copy of your
unswei en the plaintiffs attorney,
DANIEL NEAL HELLER, Mo Alns-
ley Building, Miami :'.-'. Florida, and
file tin original nnswei In the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's Office, nn or
before the 1Mb day of March, 1968
If \nu fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you.
DATED this mIi day of February,
1963.'
E D LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad.- County, Florida
(seal) Bj K. M. I.YMAN
Deputy i "h-rk
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Friday. March
Question Of
NATO Weapons
By MAX LERNER
New Cantor at Temple Zamora
children, Glenn 9. Em,
Ilobert 5.
Par;-
The beginning of wisdom in understanding the European scene
today is to note how rapidly the axi- of empha.-i- ha> nnmf from I
problems of the Common Maiket to the quest ir.r. o: vieapon-
lor NATO Momentarily the ttenttOB of Europt- il fixed on the r
ioa of Livine.-tor. Merchant, the able Stare Department career office'
recalled to h. \ice at a difficult time, wbo ha- come here
to i- an reaeta a to proposal for a multi-
national NATO deterrar.t force
It l- pre- row that -he DeGaulle move to exclude the B
trom the Common Market araj only the opening gun of the Battle ol'
Europe. Both MacMiliar. ar. the full the ruthit----.--- and cynicism of DeGaulle- action arhwh
helped unify the rest of Western Europe against DeGaulle, and
almost lated him. But the American- know that they cannot
the battle for Europe merely by mobilizir.2 anti-DeGauIle lentimei I
they mu^t answer his very concrete militar;. bid for a common French
German nuclear rJeti counter-bid.
Thi> is what 'he Merchant mission :- about It is also what tb<
- to Wash. ; the new German Defense Minister, Von Has-
-el. vaa about. Hun far the net result of DeGaulle's dramatic e
in Europe ha- been to focus attention on the core problem of the
potential French-German axis, and to make West Germany the mo-t
wooed nation in Europe today
e
One can set forth quite clearly what cards Kennedy holr1* in th
new encounter, ar.d what cards are azain-t him The bi2 U.S. advan-
taae lies in the fact that American military strength is a known and
concrete entity, while DeGaulle- is speculative.
DeGaulle i- a little Wee the White Rabbit in Alice's Wonderland. (
who wa? behavina in a perfectly intelligible way until he actually tool:
a watch out of his waistcoat pocketand then Alice sat up and paid
attention to him. DeGaulle's nuclear deterrant may be ready.'
a- he says, by the end ol the I960's, or 'as Liddel Hart asserts in
article widely published in Europe) it may not amount to anything
until the 1980- The White Rabbit ha- unaccountabh taken a watch
out of his waistcoat pocket, which made everyone sit up and pay at-
tention to him; but no one can say what time the watch keep-
Kennedy kno 'hat the time element has become the important
one in the rivalry f"r German;, and Europe rJence he has Ipei
up the American timetable "n a NATO nuclear force Instead oi
waiting for the building ol a submarine fleet to earn' the Polaris mi-
-ile-. the proposal now is to put them on surface vessels, which car
be equipped with them Bwiftlt While they will be more vulnerable
than the submarines, the point is that they will be mobile and elusive;
and they will not be sitting-duck targets for Russian missiles, like the
land-bound missile bases now in Europe, which have become archaic
because they have for some time been pinpointed tor Russian attack.

There are, of course, persistent and bothersome questions about
a multi-nation NATO force, whether on land or sea or under, the sea
The Germans want to be in on the composition of the crew a fur the
missile carriers, and the problems of a functioning multinational and
multilingual crew is not easily solved. Then there is the control,
question at the top: who will have the power to press the button '
the power to decide on whether and when the missiles will be u-ed?
Will it be the NATO Supreme Commander, who has been continuously
an American general? Or will it be a political NATO command inde
pendent of the American militarywhich would mean a double DUCleai
pyramid, one for NATO and one lor America, with cooperation be-
tween them?
In a recent leading article the French paper, Le Monde (which*
has turned closer to DeGaulles foreign policies than it has been in
the past), gibes that even the electronic calculators used by the Mi
namara Train Trust have not been able to square the circle by giving
the answers to these que-tions. The current line of the French For
eign Office is that the American proposals are shifting and unstable.
so how can Europe put any trust in them? At Washington, in turn.
the members of the Joint Congressional committee on atomic energy
have had their nationalist hackles raised by the new propo.-al to give
nuclear warheads to a NATO force which will be making it- own de-
cisions. "We don't feel like proliferating these weapons." lays Sen.
George Aiken
e
If you regard what President Kennedy is proposing from the angle
of nationalism, whether American or French or German or British, it
poses many difficulties, some of them perhaps insoluble. For hi- real
purpose is a trans-national one. to create a military instrument ol pooled
or shared sovereignties. His headaches come from the fact that he
continues to use the language and rhetoric of sovereign self-sulficieirl
nations in aiming a' .-uch an instrument of shared sovereignty.
But on this -core President Kenned) i- far ahead ot President
DeGaulle, who not only continues to use the language of nationali-m.
but seems also to believe as a fact that Europe can continue to solve
its military and political problems on a national basis. Let us In-
clear about it: DeGaulle will not admit that nuclear weapons have out-
moded the old nation-state system of world polities His com mil inert
to a Common Maiket i< less than total, and his notion of a United
States of Europe is ot a loose and narrow confederation .Ion,mated by
its Franco-German heartland
His headache- are far worse than Kennedy s. for he must convince
Europe that he has a nuclear force in-being when be doesn't, and he
must oppose to the vast economic base both of America and ol l(u--ia
the narrow economic base of France alone, since he has not vet won
over the German base, and the other Common Market countries are
now proving hostile to him.
Temple Zamora officials thi?
week announced the appointment
of Cantor Ben Dickson.
Rabbi Her-hei Brooks, spiritual
leader, revealed that Cantor Dick-
son. U m r, has sung with lead-
Se Vork. including
Elia- Conviser. Sholom Secunda.
and Samuel Sterner
Ca-tor Dickson has also stud-
ied voice and theory *t the
Amercan Theatre Wing in New
Run-Off Hopefuls
Invited to Talk
Winning run-off candidates have
been invited to speak at the nex:
jpen met I the Democratic
Club of Miami Beach on Wednes-
day evening in the Sea 1-le Hotel
Arrangements chairman for the
dub's 11 dinner dance
and sh sen duled for the Caril
Ion Hotel on Sunday. Mar lo. i-
V.ally Gluck. president
tilt TO OUI I1ADUSI
York. Here, in Miami, he has
studied liturgical interpretation
with Cantor William Lipso". of
Beth David Congregation. .
Cantor Dickson has lived in the
Greater Miami area for the past
five years. He is married to the
former Flora Spector. and the
couple live at 344 NW 101st St..
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Flon-- Friday. March 8. 1963
Takr.C pride in the organ purchased by the Sisterhood of
Terr., e Israel for the Temple are (left to right) Mrs. Joseph
Bulb', vice president of administration; Mrs. Jerome Halpern.
ticket r.-.airman; and Mrs. Howard Ullman Jr., co-chairman of
the S =:erhood donor luncheon set for Mar. 20 at Doral Coun-
try C
Temple Israel Ladies
To Spotlight Opera
Masquerade
At Zamora
Temple Zamora Brotherhood
and Sisterhood will jointly spon-
sor a Purim masquerade ball on I
Saturday evening following the;
reading of the Megillah at 7:30'
p.m. Music for dancing will be]
furnished by the Ted Nohava Trio.'
Mrs. Hcrshel Brooks and Mr. I
and Mrs. Stanley Silvern are
chairmen of the ball, assisted by
Mrs. William Goldberg, Col and,
Mrs. Harold Shuman. Mr. and,
Mrs, Louis Chartor, Mr. and Mrs.,
Harry Green. Mr. and Mrs. Ben |
Nonkin. and Dr. and Mrs. Mich-
ael Fiedler
Special refreshments will be un-
der the supervision of Mrs. Leah
Friedson, Harry Green and Mrs.
Samuel Rozeen.
Left to right are Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator for Mizrachi
Women's Organization affairs in Florida; Mrs. Jennie Gros-
singer, who will be named "Mizrachi Woman of the Year" at
the annual luncheon of Mizrachi Women here Mar: 19; and
Mrs. Jack Berger, general chairman with Mrs. Harry Schwartz
of the function scheduled at Waldman's Hotel. The Mar. 19
luncheon will be local Mizrachi's annual Eeersheva Voca-
tional High School Brick Luncheon. Mrs. Grossinger will be
recognized for her "philanthropy on a national scale."
Beth David Torah Lunch
Beth David Sisterhood will hold Chi-chairmen
its annual To rah luncheon on Wed- trowsky and
nesday, ll:30 a.m.. in Spector Hall. hard.
are Mrs. Sam <>-
Mrs. Harold Rein
The afternoon program will
feature a review of "The Roths
childs." by Mrs. Frank Kerdyk.
Chairmen are Mrs. Charles
Spingarn and Mrs. Max Handshu. Ross.
"Cha'yay Olam" committee is
headed by Mrs. Meyer Robbins,
and includes Mrs. Harry Stone,
Mrs. Frank Rose and Mrs. Ralph
letto.
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the day when Sister-
Temple Israel convenes
or luncheon on Wedd
:..v. 20. at Doral Conn
is from "Lucia." "Rigo-
Pagliacci," and "Martha"
resented by members of
ni Opera Guild under the
of Dr. Paul Csonka. Par-
- in the performance will
inia Engelbrighl, Eliza-!
Iker. Ruth Williams. Phil
rio. Ben Laney, Robert Mc-
'I Ramon Garcia.
'- of the Sisterhood of
Israel include the recent
- of a new organ for
Israel, contribution of
rd the newly-built ad-
Tcinplo Israel housing
. nd classrooms, support of
leastern Federation ol
Vont'i Camp in Georgia,
Sisterhood receptions
. Friday evening services,
p ni all youth activities
Niael. replacement ol
equipment as nee led and
i ot Bibles lor Tempi.' [a
lirmands.
Mrs, Sidney Wcintraub. chair-
man of the donor luncheon, said
there will be many exciting and
interesting special events during
the afternoon." Comprising the
committee are the Mesdames How-
ard Ullman Jr., co-chairman;
Nathan Gumenick. Albert Jacobs,
Richard shack, general commit
tee; arrangements and decoration.
Henry Green. Louis Gillman. Rita
Greenwood; seating. Leopold
Schwartz. Louis Mendelson; Hos-
tesses, Joseph Narot, Merwin
Sumberg; transportation. Maynard
Ross; printing. Charles Held; fav-
or- and prices, Myron Behrman;
.sponsors. Joseph Huftner; special
events. David llaber; publicity.
William Wickman.
Reservations and tickets may
be secured from Mrs. Jerome Hal
pern and Mrs. James Rodenberg
Charter buses will leave from the
southeast corner of Lincoln Rd.
and Collins Ave., .Miami Beach, at
10:45 a.m.. and Horn Temple Is
rael at 11 a.m.
Mrs. George Graham is presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of Temple
l-rael. and Mrs, Joseph Bulbin is
vice president of administration.
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decor in shades of pink
from pale blu-h to deep-
est rose reflected in the floral
arrangements and bows at the
bridal shower last Saturday in
honor of Arlene Badanes, future
bride ol Perry Mitchell Shaiten
Hostesses presiding at the
Meiers Hotel were Bea (Mrs.
Michael) Mersel and Mrs. Ralph
1 M,riam I Cobb Latter Hew
111 from Dallas hearing an attra.
"vela wrapped package from
Weimar, Marcus just a few hours
"'[' party-time Pretty
chose a sun-flower
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white Peter Pan collar, and her
cute younger sister Alva in a
light orange three-plecer
Mother Ol the two. Mrs. Sam
Bad.mi's, in turcpioise silk, and
mother of the groom-to-be. Mrs
Kirvm Shafton, attired in three-
piece salmon color knit with
white trim .
Florence Badanes, Mis. Ferdi-
nand Phillips, Mrs. Henry Shier
and Mrs. Morris Lessay Mrs.
Lea Nirenstein, of Macon, Ga.,
Mis Badanes' sister. Will have
to do her celebrating at the wed-
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Beach Hadassah Chapter Will Honor
Israel's 15th Anniversary at Bond Fete
nition and honored with an appro.
priate presentation at the Hada>s.
ahlsrael luncheon symbolic,,
the efforts of these devoted
groups." .-.,
\
Mrs. Moses Epstein, national Hadassah leader (-eccnd from
r.aht.1. is cwarded a specially-designed medallion honoring
r.e~ as the first Israel Bond Sponsor of 1963 at a reception
c.ven by Hadassch leaders at the Algiers Hotel. Making the
:: reservation is Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers 'second from left.
Right is Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah, and (left! Mrs. Dorothy Kiieger Fink.
Memorial fo Vice Pres.
lar meeting <>t the Grcat-
Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Assn., held Mondaj evening a'
( _regation Beth El, was a mem-
Ori ) to the late Sam Siegel. who
had served as vice pre.-ideni.
Pr- sident oi The Association is
I-. lore Schv ai tz
David Pinski
Purim Party
David Pinski Folk School will
11 brate Purim on Sunday even-
iOJ at the Farband Cultural Cen-
ter., *42 Washington Ave.
Students of the school will sing
ar,i recite in Yiddish and Hebrew.
and Lazar La.-avin, faculty mem-
bt will narrate a I'urini story.
Chayele Grober. of the Hebrew'
H; )ima. will present Jewish and
Hebrew folk song-, and Max B
Astor will offer a group of hum
ii~ stories. Traditional refresh-
:< nts will be served.
Masquerade Set
At Beth Sholom
Beth Sholom Temple Youth will
hold a Purim ball on Saturday
from 8 to 10 p.m.. in the Silver-
man Religious School Assembly
Hall The evening will feature
music, game-, dancing, entertain-
ment and refreshments.
At the same time.- adult mem-
bers ot the congregation will have
a Purim masquerade ball in the
Temple Auditorium. Judge Philip
Schlissel, chairman of the Tem-
ple bojird, and Mrs. Schlissel are
serving as chairmen.
Highlight of the affair will be
"Presentation at court" of new
members who will be received by
the president, lames M. Albert,
and Mrs. Albert Leon I'nger. di-
rector of the Temple Thespians.
v ill serve as 'Court Jester."
The ball Is sponsored by the
Brotherhood. Dr. Harry E. Wolk.
presi ent; Sisterhood, Mrs. Louis
F. Snetman. president: and PTA.
\ir< Irving Ku-hman, president.
A festive celebration of Israel's
15th anniversary will be held by
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-ah
on Thursday, Apr 4. at a lunch-
eon in the new Doral Beacb
Hotel.
Announcement ol the event was
made at a reception honoring
Mrs. Moses Ei st< in, beloved na-
tional Hadassah leader, and firs!
rational chairman of the Women's
Division. State of Israel Bond-.
earlier this week at the Algiers
Hotel.
At the reception. Mrs. Epstein
- presented with an award hon-
oring her as the first Israel Bond
' Sponsor of 1963
Chairman of the Hadassah-Israel
15th anniversary luncheon will he
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, wide-
h known community and Badass
ah leader.
Mrs Fink pointed out that the
event "will be a gala affair re-
flecting the joy and meaning of
the Occasion and the part winch
Hadas-ah has played through its
projects in Israel and through its
exemplary contribution to the I-
rael Bond effort "
At the reception in her honor
this week. Mrs. Epstein called on
all Hadassah members to put
forth their best efforts in assur-
ing the success of the 15th anni-
versary luncheon on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds.
The reception for Mrs. Epstein
was hosted by Miss Lillian Good-
man, president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah, and
__^__^^__.^_,_________^______ ______
Puppets to be Starred
Purim carnival at Beth Torah
Congregation w ill begin Sunday.
11 a.m., with a children's costume
parade. Following games and re-
freshments at noon, a show .-tar-
ring puppeteer Tootsie Purman
v ill be given at 2 p.m
Mrs. Fink, and was attended by
leader- ol all groups Of the Miami
Beach Chapter
Presentation to Mrs. Epstein
was made by Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyer-. Also on the program was
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader ol Temple Emanu-El. Mr-
Fink noted that "bj happy coin-
cidence there are 15 groups in
the Miami Beach Chapter In
keeping with the theme oi the his-
toric 15th anniver-aiy. 15 presi-
dents will be singled out for recog-
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Stir the rice into the boiling double in bulk. Brush lightly with drain. Combine the raisins, prune
water to which the salt has been honey. The poppy seed cakes may 1 tablespoon sugar, and 1 teasp
Hided. Add the stick cinnamon, have a few of the seeds sprinkled lemon juice,
cloves, and allspice tied in a small on the honey to distinguish them
Iheesecloth bag. Cook until the rice from the prune. Bake at 350 clegs. pPPy Sed Filling: Combine
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the remaining ingredients, mix ; makes about 64 small ca.us. "eats, 1 teaspoon grated oral.-.
Much of the fun of Purim comes
from telling the story of our be-
loved Queen Esther in plays, mas
qiterade balls, and symbolically, in
(ho foods we eat. Purim is a time
to feast, to drink, and to bo very
gay. and each meal has a holiday
air, especially the final dinner with
which we conclude the festivities.
In this spirit of fun, let's prepare a
menu for this meal in which each
course betokens some aspect of the
story f Purim. Of course we'll
include the traditional favorites,
the ( hallah and thicken so much a
part of all our festivals, and the
Kreplach, Nahit, and Hamantashen.
without which Purim would be in-
complete. But for the other dish-
es we will give our imaginations
free reign.
Menu for Purim Dinner
Fruit cup of melon balls sweetened
with honey (fresh or frozen melon)
Kreplach in chicken soup
Challah Peach jam
Roast Chicken Iranian Rice
White wine
Tossed salad with Nahit (chickpeas)IThirty
Zuccini Sweet relishes
Miniature Hamantashen
coffee cakes
Tea Coffee
Iranian Rice
1 cup rice
4 cups boiling water
:14 teaspon salt
1 2-inch stick cinnamon
4 whole cloves
4 whole allspice
1 small onion, minced
114 tablespoons chopped
dried apricots
2 tablespons chopped dates
1 tablespoon chopped blanched
almonds
11 cup seedless raisins
' cup melted parve margarine
'- teaspoon ground cardamon
seed
'a cup cold water
lightly but thoroughly, and pour in-
| to a greased 1 quart casserole.
Bake, covered at 325 deg. F. for
30 minutes. If you wish to do
| most of the preparation in ad-
vance, cook the rice and add all
ingredients except the cold water,
minutes before serving
time, stir in the water, pour into
the casserole and continue, as
above. This amount serves 5 gen-
erously.
Miniature Hamantashen
CoffHCikts (Parv*)
2*4 cups sifted all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
V2 cup sugar
''* cup firm, cold parve margarine
1 cake yeast
About '; cup lukewarm water
2 eggs, well beaten
Honey, Prune and
Poppy Seed fillings
i'ind. 1 teaspoon orange juice. ; i
Prone Filling: Mash ', cup of \ CUP ho,w>'- Mix l0 a smo,: '
cut-up, cooked pitted prunes thor- Pat,te-
oughly. In a small saucepan cook Each of these fillings is sufficient
" cup seedless raisins in 14 cup \ for about 32 of the miniature Hu-
orune liquid for 5 minutes, then mantashen.
Temple Judea
Slates Carnival
Temple Judea will hold a Purim
carnival on Sunday beginning at
noon on the Temple's grounds, 320
Palermo Ave.
Sift the flour, salt, and sngar in-
to a mixing bowl. Cut in the mar-
garine with a pa>try blender or
two knives until the mixture re-
sembles very course meal. Crum-
ble the yeast into j cup of water
stir to dissolve, and add to the
flour with the eggs. Mix to a
smooth dough. If necessary, add a
little more warm water, as the
Beth Torah Congregation will 'lough should be soft.
present its annual "Shower ol
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bowl, cover, and refrigerate ovcr-
The four hour nisht Next morninS- prepare the
fillings, then roll out half the dough
In addition to booths and games, tainers appearing on Miami Beach. ;in,a s<>uart' 's ind? *"* Cut '"j
there will be a side-show featuring Ticket chairman is Mrs. Ronald 2-inch squares and place a small
"The Seven Wonders of the World."
Gypsy tortune tellers, cartoon mov-
ie- and a quick sketch artist.
Special treat for children will
he the appearance of Freddie the
Clown from the Circus Hobby Hall
in Coral Gables.
Mrs. Charles Freefield is car-
nival chairman, with Mrs. Nathan
Reiter and Mrs. Morris Josepher,
co-chairmen. Mrs. Neal Balber is
in charge of refreshments.
Friedel.
Temple lamora Sisterhood
spoonful of the prune filling near
one corner of each. Fold over into
triangles, press the edges well to-
gether, and fold the cut edges un-
derneath. Reshape into meat tri-
Business agenda of the Temple angles, and set a little distance
Zamora Sisterhood meeting Wed- apart on greased cookie tins. Roll
nesday evening will include nomi-; out remaining ciough and repeat
nation of officers for the coming | with the poppy seed filling. Cover
year. Program will be "The the Hamantashen with cloths and
Purim Story;" a sound film. | let rise at 85 degs. F. until almost
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A STRONG HOUSE DELEGATION
Dade County's increased representation in the Florida
Legislature can and should mean that we will have a
stronger and more effective voice in our State Govern-
ment. As your State Legislator from Group 4, I pledge to
work for a forceful unified and harmonious delegation so
that the gain we have made through the limited reappor-
tionment now available to us can be meaningful and signif-
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primarily on the basis of people rather than on the basis

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Friday. March
8, 1
963
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VOCATIONAL AID AGENCY LAUDED
Rabbi Shapiro on Rotii
".*
Rabbi Norman N Shaitin.
Mayors Proclaim ORT Day' 1963 Hereto W* ;
* ror; over WGBS on Sunday 5
TOR OTHER PHOTOS PC. 9 B; PC. JOB m
; 9:45 a.m.
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Mayor Kenneth Oka changes Lincoln Road Mall to ORT Mall
in honor of ORT Day, 1963. Left to right are Mrs. Paul Taylr,
vice president, Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter; Mrs. Wil-
liam Fishman, president; Region vice president and ORT Day
chairman, Mrs. Jacob Glassman; Mayor Oka; Region vice
president, Mrs. Florence Kupperman; and Biscayne Chapter
vice presidents, Mrs. Joseph Weiss and Mrs. A. Charles Rue-
ger.
afiL w*m n* sf
Mayor Robert Kinq High, of Miami, changes Biscayne Blvd at
NE 5th St.. to ORT Blvd., in honor of ORT Day 1963. Left to
right are Southeast Florida Region officers: Mrs. Harold Sch-
neider, executive committee chairman; Mrs. Jacob Glassman
vice president and ORT Day chairman; Mayor High; Mrs.'
Harry Rosenblatt, president; and Mrs. Florence Kupperman
vice president.
Appe-teasing

Watch your appetite! Here comes Vita Herring, marinated
to tease, tempt, beguile. Start your next meal with a her-
ring appetizer; or make it the main course for a meatless
meal that is deliciausly different. It's ready to serve right
from the jar; featured in food store refrigerated cabinets.
VITA HERRING

Mayors throughout Dade County have i>ue.l proclamations declar-
ing "ORT Day' in the Greater Miami area and naming the principal i
thoroughfares in their community ORT St.. or Blvd.. during the week'
Mar. 5 in honor of Women's American ORT. The women are celebrat-1
ing ORT Day 1963 to review the achievements of the organization which. I
as the world's largest voluntary vocational training agency, gives voca-J
tional education to impoverished and uprooted Jews throughout the
world.
Temple Israel Tour of Europe and Israel
Is Now Open to Non-Members Here
TETUY
TEA
ii's
Temple Israel's tour of Israel
and Europe has been opened to
the public as the result of revised
charter regulations by the State
of Israel, it was announced this
week by Mrs. George Graham,
president of the Sisterhood, which
is sponsoring the tour.
The 28-day trip will begin and
end in Miami on a direct through
flight to Israel on July 2 and re-
turn by way of Paris on July 30
with stops in Rome. Vienna and
Copenhagen, in additon to Israel
and Paris. Highlight of the Is-
raeli tour of nine days will in-
clude festivities In connection
with the dedication of the Jeru-
salem School of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion, and several other parties ar-
ranged through Uie Temple.
The new regulations, just ap-
proved by the Israeli Govern-
I ment. permits other than Temple
i Israel members to take advantage;
1 of the special rates arranged for
' the tour.
"We feel there are many others
| in the Greater Miami area who
', would like to visit Israel, but who,
have been unable to do so because!
of the cost involved.'' Mrs. Grah
' am said.
"This will be their opportunity.
to do so with a compatible group,
and to have first class and de
luxe accommodations at the same
time. The fines! hotels in Israel,
including the new Dan-Carmel, and
in Europe have been reserved for
the Temple Israel tour."
Inquiries should be made not
1 later than Mar. IS at the Temple
Israel Office, where the complete
itinerary may be obtained,
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Puriim Fete At Air Base
\ i n Committee of Force Base.
lMl. National .ewtBfa Welfare| GeorSe Milhel win sponsor and
I.... v.ith Kn Louis Glasser cater the event, which will feature
.-,. Is planning a Purim the traditional Hamentashen The
on S ..i the Service program will include a guest
Centei Homestead Air speaker, and children on the base
will provide traditional entertain- Working throughout the year on prjzes fo be Awarded
nient under the direction of their j behalf of service men stationed
Sunday School leader, Anne at Homestead Air Force Base, the' Prizes wi" be awardcd for the
Hlr8Ch" | Armed ServiceT Committee add> costumes at the Temple Za-
Planning the party, in addition j to its day-to-day program weekly mora Religious School carnival
to Mr-Classer, arc Mrs. Irving i activities, including participation and Purim party to be held Sun-
Peskoe. of Homestead, and Mrs. in the Jewish Music Festival held day. 10 a.m.
Jeanette Kaufman. I at Temple Israel. ;,-
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Friday. March 8. !g
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Mrs, Buraft fo Stage TJe My Guest;'
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Life Membership Luncheon Slated
mas Hjjtrr Mf ax
Purim Activities
A. Beth David
[ .-.-- sen tees Sal r ij
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ten tweeted -;
Louis Gadoc
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Carl
Passat] Philip Rakai iefl
E.i*r tee, Law:-
Pted SUeermaa. Bernard
Sort, and Robert Stone.
En. is of :be chapters
will be read bj ,m
y.:r.i; Forer. Barbara Greeae,
Shem Store and Licda Tardif:
P- .1 be led by Cas-
tor VTiil^m %' Lipasa Haman-
kea and pogfeis *ill be dis-
tributed to children by women of
S.-rerf: od
On r>RTwB da? Sunday mornmg.
there will be one session in the
: 1 from M 3 t. to 12 The
. Mill be held in 5 peer or
Hall from 11 am. to 12.
A play. "Kings or Better." di-
rected b> Mr- Mike Forer. will
be presented The cast
Sosan Kurz. Sandri l_-h R::a
Ro*:nek. Ben Levu Schachter.
rn Shapiro. David Stone. Rob-
rl Tanenbaum. Cynthia Tt;
Cher;.; TyteU, Richard w"au II -
ieal score is ur.der the dire.
of Mr- E 5tM bei.
The Prin _r; Deparm--'
present a medley of Pnrtan nogs
AJeph and Beth classes of
ch schooi will present a ptoy-
let. -The P ,r." la He
ulty member Hersch ten
Ca>- memben ire Mariene Ber
ry. Stuart Bloom, Gerri Lynn Gor-
don. Reg;na Herman. Eilis Met
lin Jane Raehlia, Helena P..
.-? Rachlme. B
Rackear. Mitch-
eL s-r.^. Joa
Shore and Leslie Wolf.
K. Snap
tual lea:er of Be:h David sill ad-
- the assembly or. >_
Junior AttXiliar) of the Jewish
Home for the Aged will hold its
liTe" member-hip" Tunch'on
on Thursda> noon. March 14. at
Fontainebleau Hotel
Life membership chairmen Mr-
Jack Rabinovitch and Mrs. Joseph
Cooper, will present a special
tribute to life member-
Entfrtainment will feature Mrs.
Florence Goldnng. musical di-
rector of Temple Emanu-EI. with
accompaniment by Mrs. Ben Ball
In charge ot reservations are
Mr- Rabinovitch ar.d Mrs. C'oop--
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Temple Tikvah Sisterhood
Temple Tikvah Sisterhood will
hold its annual member-hip soc
iai at the home of Mr and Mr-
S. Sail- in Hialeah on Monday
evenini
On Tuesday. Mar. 19. the Auxil
n.r> will meet for a dessei
eon at the D?a*uville Hot
p.m.
Program will feature nmo nA
T\' performer. Elaine Beverly
and Frank Natale now appearing
at the Boom Boom Room wnn hu
trio.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH
presents
"Be My Guest"
An Original Musical Comedy
Starring
MYNNf LAPIN and DOROTHY ROTH
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+Jewish fkrHPrn
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Oleh Regel Tour To be Feted by Prime Minister
Mrs. Finy Leitersdorf-Simon (right), internationally-noted Is-
raeli fashion designer, will host a gala reception honoring the
Miami Oleh Regel at her home and studio in Herzliah, Israel,
on Sunday evening. May, 26. Mrs. Leitersdorf-Simon is seen
here with Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, honorary chairman of the
Women's Division of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion..
A reception of State honoring
members of the Miami Oleh Regel
will be teiidcieJ by l'rime Min-
ister David Bcn-Gurion as one of
a series of special [unctions be-
ing prepared in [srae] in antici-
pation of the oleh Regel arrival.
The Miami oleh Regel, reviv-
ing tor the first tune in modern
history an ancient tradition, will
be a pilgrimage t<> Israel under
auspices of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization for the Shavuol holi-
days and the celebration of is-
rael's 15th year ol Statehood.
The Oleh Regel will depart
fiom Miami International Airport
on an El Al Boeing 707 .let air
liner on Saturday evening, May 25.
marking the first time that an El
Al (light will land in Miami tor
a trip direct to Israel.
During the two-week stay in is-
rael, the Oleh Regel members
will be feted by Prime Minister
Bcn-Gurion and other govern-
ment leader. They will be .Is-
raelis honored guests from arrival
to departure, joining in celebra-
tions with the people of Israel in
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv. Haifa, and
elsewhere throughout the land at
First Aid Course Slated
Women's Division of Surfside.
Ray Harbor. Bal Harbour Cham
her of Commerce, is sponsoring a
First Aid course under the super
\ision of the American Red Cross.
special Oleh Regel functions.
One of the momentous, events
will be the dedication trf vGn
Miami." Miami Gardens, alop Ml.
Carmcl in Haifa. For 'his occa-
sion the new Dan Carmcl Hotel.
built by the "Miami Group." U
be host to the group at B
celebration*
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SEE THE dHAMIONS
warn
Washington Ave. at 13th St., fll.B.
ON STAGt
Yiddish Sinim Star
RALPH SHAYNE
Re:!!'-I Singing Star
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IE0N SCHACHTER & 01Ttt STEIN
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.OPENING SATURDAY, MARCH Wi
Rehearsing "The Fiddler's Purim," by Ray Cook, for presenta-
tion on Sunday morning, as par! of a weekend-long Purim
celebration at Beth Sholom, are (left to right) Marilyn, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mittentag; Pat, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Bennett Lee; Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Courshon;
Kerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rudt; and the fiddler, Jona-
than Oka, son of Mayor and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. At the piano
is Cantor David Conviser, of Temple Beth Sholom, who is
directing and producing the presentation.
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MARIA DALLA SPEZIA, Soprano
SALVATORE BACCALONI, Baritone
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FRANCES LEHMAN IS ILL THIS WEEK.
Howard, Jackson,
Psychologists,
Live in Chicago
As afternoon wedding on Sun-
aj Mar 3. united the former
Marilyn Ann Jackson and Dr
Kenneth Howard at the Dupont
P'.aza Hotel. Dr Jo-eph R. N'arot
officiated at the nuptials which
were followed by a reception in
the Sky Room of the hotel.
nded by Mrs. Sheldon
Wynne, matron of honor, and Cy*
ber rter, the bride
wore a floor-length gown of re-
embroidered alencon lace over
satin It was styled with a
scoop neckline, fitted bo-J ice and
-'-point. ar.H
bouffant skirt accented ^
-i jHoped tunic extending to the
floor.
The French illusion veil was
held by a tiara of matching alen-
con lace, and she carried a cas-
.^de of white orchids and steph-
inotis
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jer-
ome B. Jackson. 6328 San Vin-
cente. the new Mrs Howard has
MA and PhD degrees in psychol-
ogy from Northwestern University,
and is currently working as a clin-
ical psychologist in Chicago. 111.
She was a cum laude graduate of
the University of Miami, and is
a member of Psi Chi. national cago. 111. His brother. Robert
psychology honorary- Delta Theta Howard, served as best man. and
ushers were Manny Skolnik and
Sheldon Wynne.
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Miss riaipenn,
Ira Ehrenkrantz
Following a honeymoon in Ja
maiea. the former Rhoda Sheila
Halpcrin and Ira Ehrenkrantz
will live at 301 Weequahic Ave.-
Newark. N.J.
Ceremony was performed by
Rabbi Morton Malavsky on Sat-
urday evening, Mar. 2. at the Al-
giers Hotel, where a reception in
honor of the couple followed.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Halperin. 1611
Coral Gate Dr Her husband's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ehrenkrantz. Newark.
For her wedding, the bride chose |
a chantilly lace gown fashioned
in the Southern belle style and
earned white orchids on a Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Rob-
en Cicero, and Lynn Ellen Stone.
Iris Bell. Phyllis Shaw and Sylvia
Z.ikerbrod were bridesmaids
The new Mrs. Ehrenkrantz at-
tended Ponce de Leon Junior
High and Miami Senior High Her
sorority is Tau Alpha Omega.
Now chairman of the board. Se-
curity Systems, the bridegroom
is a graduate of Weequahic H
and attended the University of
ryland. Richard Segal served
as his st room>men
included Stewart Halperin. Hy
Stone. Bernard Kotler and Robert
Cicero.
Friday. Match B 1983
Purim Fete
At Southgate
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was in have ., m<
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Ing in the Terrace Boom
U Towers,
rtainmenl
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MRS. IRA EHRtNKRANTl
Levy, Handshu
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mr- Max
2ij00 SW 17th Ter ann<
engagement oi their thter,
Dayle Joan, to v n Ms : Levy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jac- _
Sa\ar.n:ih. Ga.
The bride '!-< a .
of Miami High School acd
tending the Unh ty
in Gainesville.
Her fiance ;- a gr.- i|
Savannah High School
University of \< rth
v hi re he receh a BB : i >
Hi is dow -1
ji elers of Sa
i iwing their rr.arri .
ne:l for August H<
- gog le, the >oang i .
live in Savannah.
41st Anniversary For Silvermans
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Silverman. Miami Beach from Toledo. O.. in
1550 Jefferson Ave., will observe 1946. have received many honors
their 41st wedding anniversary b> for their services to philanthropic
hosting the next party at the Jew- and civic organizations in the
ish Home for the Aged. Douglas irea.
Gardens, on Sunday at 2 p.m. >Ir. silverman served as pres-
Sponsored by the Greater Ml- idem of the Home's Auxiliary for
ami Women's Auxiliary of the lu years, is now honorary presi-
Home. the affair will feature the dent, and chairman of the Worn-
Irving Pietrack orchestra. Mrs. en's Division of the new Jack
Mu. scholastic honorary: Phi Kap- Louis Makovsky is program chair Ablin Memorial expansion project,
pa Phi. national science honor- man. She is corresponding secretary of
ary. and Sigma Xi. national re- jiie Silvermans. who came to the parent body at the Home.
>earch science honorary. and is a member of the board of
trustees and the admissions com-
mittee
Mr. Silverman is director of the

MRS. KIMNITH HOWARD
The brk'egroom is the son of m.M* Ow*fc $*** #
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Howard. Chi- IVHS5 WA?ff1DvrCj
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oxenberg. 27th Ave Income from the shop
of Margate, N.J.. announce the augment- funds for the support
HarillOny Chapter Dr. Howard has a BA degree engagement of their daughter, and maintenance of the Home.
c C~.Ll CU4aI from the University of California Judith, to Robert Edward Rubin.
DOng-reST jlOTea a, Berkelev. and a PhD degree son of Mr. and Mrs Alexander
Harmonv Chapter. B'nai BTith from the University of Chicago. Rubin, of Miami Beach.
Women will hold a regular meet- He is a member of Alpha Epsikm The bride-elect graduated from
ing on' Tuesday evening at the pi- social- and Sigma Xi. national WeUesley College in WeUesley.
Washington Federal Savings and research science honorary. Cur- Mass.. and is now in the doctorate
Loan Assn.. 1234 Washington Ave rentl> working as a research chn- program at Yale University.
Following the business agenda. ical psychologist at Hines VA Hos- Her fiance graduated from Har-
there will be a 'Sing Along Song- P"aI and at Loyola University, he vard College. Phi Beta Kappa
Fest" arranged by program vice aIso teaches at the Lniversity of and summa cum laude. He did
president. Mrs. Selwyn Willig. and Chicago. graduate work at the London
Mrs. Harvey Michaelson. co- New address for the young School of Economics and is now
chairman. couple is 1451 E. 55th St.. Chi- in his second year at Yale Law
President of the chapter is Mrs. cago. They plan to honeymoon in School.
Sydney Teper. Europe r.ext summer. A June wedding is planned.
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ding; -I"' m'88*^ ,,,c shower by
one plane
Other guests were Mrs. David
Mrs. Edward Fingerman
in(j daughter Khea, Mrs. Sidney
Mrs. Joseph Jacobs,
all (he way from Chicago, Mrs.
Max Jacobson, Mrs. Aaron Kan-
.,, ;,. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Max
Levin, with daughter Janet, Mr-
jack Levine, Mrs. Rose Lovltz,
j|fS Stanley Myers. Mrs Morris
Rabinowitz.
jlrs Edward Safer, Mrs.
George Saluk, Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz. Mrs. Max Silver, Mrs.
pau| Sobcl, Mrs. Nate Spiegel-
man. Vlrs. Milton Wasman. Mr.-.
Harry Rosen a*nd Mrs. Sidney
Lefcourl .
Highlight "f the festivities was
talented Bea Merael wishing
^% Go I Health and a Very Happy
|i ^ Today" in song Nuptial
knot will be tied for Arlene and
Perrj Ihi last day of this month
th David.
II ,1 p; 25th anniversary cele-
bration foi Lt. Col. and Mrs.
Mm man, who invited'
their mi > friends to open house1
.,t .MOO SW 66th Ave.:
\mong guests were out-of-i
towners Irom Massachusetts,
Mr and Mis. Donald Nathan.
Revere, and Mrs. Kenry Kaplan.
Chel-a, who had also attended
Shuman wedding The
Col nel's mother, Mrs. Ida Shu-
right on the spot, Bhe'3 been
house guesting with her son and
daughter-in-law The Shu-
man- have two sons. Laurence.
21. born at Ft. Knox, K>\. and
Steven, 14, born in Geissen, Ger-
many C.S. Army, Ret., 1960.
Col. Shuman is now assistant
purchasing agent at the Univer-
sity of Miami .
Samuel M. Schmidt, editor for
'he past 37 years of "Every Fri-
day," English-Jewish weekly
published in Cincinnati, O., pay-
in? his tirst visit in a good many
>ear* to his sister and brother-
b\f utivc directors of Federation
agencies Will make for a
welcome mid-campaign respite
lor the Roslchans, staffers and
u ives.
Having performed in many
European and South American
countries. Chayelc Groher. for-
merly with the Ilabima Theatre,
has now decided on Miami Beach
as a permanent abode Wel-
coming the new resident. Mrs.
Daniel Broad honored the artist
at a musicale last week attended
by her many friends Enjoy-
ing the talented Chayele's per-
formance, with accompaniment
by Aida Yaslo. were Dr. Morton
Robins. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fish-
man. Mrs. Faye Tupler. Frances
Benjamin. Ruth Brotman, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Daniels.
A dinner party in honor of
rove
69th birthday of Mrs. Julius Lez-
ni.m last week attended by Joe
Forms, of Jersey City, and Louis
Boyarksy, oi Weehawken .
Guest of honor and her husband.
Julius, of Brooklyn, vacationing
with his daughter. Mrs. Jacques
Cohen, of Sunset Island t .
Len and Roz Zilbert. 75')4 W.
Treasure Dr.. No. Bay Village,
making plans for a bles*ed even
. Daughter Diane (Mrs. Mor-
i. v i Rubin, of New York, plans
to await the June stork lure .,
Them who has. yits! Mr! and
Mrs. Harry Singer, ol the Im-I
perial House.
and moi
take the musical education of
their gifted nine-year-old Amy.
but the talented child so im-
pressed a violin teacher that he
presented her with a fine violin
an.'l has offered to instruct her
without charge.
ouse are both willing A, ,he organizational meeting of Beth David Young Couples
e than able to under- Group are (left to righl) Herman Schlussel, treasurer; Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David; Mrs. Lewis
F. Cohen, secretary; Lewis F. Cohen, president; and Nat Pol-
lack, executive director of Beth David.
Beth David Forms Couples Group
Beth David Congregation Young tural and religious activities, in-
Married Couples Group was or- eluding theatre parties, picnics.
ganized at a recent meeting in Sunday morning brunches, square
Belli David. Welcoming the new dancing, speakers, and Passover
affiliate in behalf of the congre- workshop.
nation were Rabbi Norman N. ----------------------
Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth parfy After Meqiflorl
David, un.l Nat I'oljpjck. execu- '
the director. Following the reading of th<
Lewis F Cohen is serving as Medial, in .he main sanc.ua,->
president ol .he new organization, <; Temple Ner Tamid on Satu
and other Officers include Her- **! I p.m.. the Sis ^ hood vii 1
man Schlussel, treasurer, an.l bold a party m the Sklar Auditor-
Mrs. Lewis F. Cohen, secretary.
mm.
"ORT Day" was celebrated Tuesday with a proclamation is-
sued by the Town of Surfside. Left to right receiving the proc-
lamation from Vice Mayor Louis Hoberman are Mrs. Louis
Baron, president of Bay Chapter; Mrs. Sylvia Stein, publicity
chairman of Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs. Morris Teller, vice
president of Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs. Saul Ettinger; vice
president of the Afternoon Chapter.
Brandeis Women Hear Sculptor
Miami Chapter of Brandeis Uni- brew Academy.
'.nlaw,'Mr"yd"Mrs'Hyman',F.iversity, National Women's Com-, Vrana received early recogni-
ritrker 631 13th St Ex-'rnittee, will hold its annual Bonus! tion in his field in 1956, when the ,ion will be We
wets to' see many friends from! Book Fund affair. "An Evening University of Miami purchased an al tne Beth Dav
lit home town now settled1 with the Artist," on Wednesday abstraction entitled "Fuego. the charter me
pect
his
here .
Claire and Art Roslchan, cele-
'ratins; 25 years of wedded bliss,
'ill be feted at a dinner party
even. Mar. 27, in the studio of Mrs. Edmond Dorit is Book
Al Vraiia, local sculptor. Fund vice president. Members
i and guests are invited to make
In addition to being represented | their reservations with Mrs. Jer-
private collections of note, I ome corin or Mrs. Joseph Cohen.
Members of the program com-
mittee are Mrs. Cohen, chair-
man, and Mrs. Morris Spector,
Mrs. David Pinosky, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Greenstein, and
Herman Schkssel.
Chairman of the telephone com-
mittee is Herman Schlussel, assist
ed by Mrs. Richard Rosenthal.
Mrs. Harold Marks, Mrs. Henry
Dvoor, Mrs. Howard Greenstein.
and Mrs. Joseph Singer.
The Beth David Young Married
Couples presently includes some1
30 couples. Members and non-
members of the congregation arc
invited to join, according to Pol-
lak.
Next meeting of the organiza-;
Wednesday, Mar. 13,'
id Social Hall. At'
meeting, plans were
discussed for future social, cul-
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Beth El Congregation Honors Rabbi Schif f
At Purim Testimonial Dinner on Sunday
Friday. March 8 1963
a
Mayor Robert L. Searle, of Coral Gables, sians a proclamation
declaring Mar. 5 as ORT Day in Coral Gables. Left to right
are Mrs. Edward Blcckman. president of Coral Gables Chap-
ter; Mayor Searle; and Mrs. Samuel Konefsky, ORT Day
chairman for Coral Gables Chapter.
Congregation Belh El and Sister-
hood will honor their spiritual
leader. Rabbi Solomon Schiif, at
a Purim testimonial dinner in
Dora August Auditorium, 500 SW
!7th Ave Miami, on Sunday at
6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Schiif was ordained at
the Mesifta Tifereth Jerusalem
. Rabbinical Seminary in New York.
and )- also ;. graduate of Brook
yn College "f New York.
Prior to coming to Miami,
Rabbi Schif* was spiritual lead-
er in Duboqoe, lo., where he or-
ganized a program of adult edu-
cation. He served on the May-
or's Committee for the United
Nations there, and was the first
chartered member of the Amer-
ican Association for the United
Nations, serving on its execu-
religious education *t the ivria
Hebrew High School and the He.
brew Theological Seminary, both
of Chicago. They have-t' .; Mmfi
Billot and Jcffrev.
In charge of dinner a---ige.
ments are Hyman Kam. first
vice president and chairm,r 0f
the dinner, ttisfMl by 2ii|ip
Berkowitz, honorary life iresj.
dent; Hyman Chabner, ^resi-
dent; Abe Chief, former sresi-
e'ert; Mrs. Jack Shapiro jresj.
dent of Sisterhood; Mrs Max
Roppaoort, first vice pras lent;
Mrs. Rose Siegel, secorvi vjce
president; and Mrs. Josee- Rot-
eiberg, executive secret, f
the congregation.
Guest speaker v 11 be i
David Shapiro, spiritual le aj
T< in pie Sinai ot Hollywood, and
pie-ident of the Rabbinic.- -.-.fi.
elation of Greater Miami Rev.
George Goldberg, will be toast,
master.
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIff
Pallot to Chair
Automotive Unit
tive board. Rabbi Schiff has also
lectured on "Foundations of
Judaism" at the University of
Dubuque.
is vice president of the Associa-,
tion.
Rabbi Schiff is also a member
of the board of directors of the
Hebrew Academy, and serves on
its curriculum committee. He re-
Since coming to Beth El five cently returned from a tour to
N'ortoi Pallot. president of >ears ago. Rabbi Schiff has insti- Latin America under the sponsor-
Norton Tire Companv. has accept, tutc educational programs and ship of the Academy He has
ed the chairmanship of the Auto-1 classes on Jewish religious sub- made numerous radio and tele
motive Division drive on behalf jects for all ages, and was instru- vision appearances, and is the au
mental in organizing the Cub and thor of many articles and sermons.
Bov Scouts at Beth El. He is a Rabbi Schiff is married to the
oi the Combined Jewish Appeal.
it was announced by Bernard
Stevens. CJA chairman of Trades'member of the board of the Bu- former Shirley Miller, a graduate
and Professions. ; reau of Jewish Education of oi Roosevelt University in Chi-
, GreaterMiami servingj on its Lie-
ense Committee and Advisors
incn. Council. He has served as secre-
First
committee of the Automotive Di-j
vision will take place at a
cago. Mrs. Schiif received he
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by Hal Pearl
i.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Men-
,oia:. (left. discusses with Rabbi Stanley Rabinowitz (right) his
lecture on "The Image of the American Jew" at Temple Men-
arah Social Hall on Monday evening.
Image of American Jew' to be Viewed
At Great Ideas Lecture Series Monday
ludii i it! Great Ideas Lee-'
Series. Temple Mcnorah will
il Rabbi Stanley Rabinowitz
ir a iecture entitled "The image
American Jew." under the
nsorsttip < the South Flor-
ida Council of B'nai B'rith. on
Monday evening, in the Temple's
Hall
Raboi Rabinowitz, who has gain-j
id national prominence through
hi- rive participation in B'nai
B'ritli presently serves as co-
rn ol "he B'nai B'rith Youth1
Con iittee
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Judge Milton Friedman, past
presidenl of B'nai B'rith. District
5, and a long-time friend of Rab-
bi Rabinowitz. will be the even
Ing'a chairman and present the
guest speaker.
Rabbi Rabinowitz, in announcing
the Monday night lecture, said
that '"throughout Jewish history.
Jews of various countries have
been typed. We speak, for ex-
ample, of 'Lithuanian Jews,' or
Yemenite Jews.'
"The burden of the lecture,
The Image of the American Jew.'
will be to determine whether in
the 300-year history of the Jew-
in America there has in fact de-.
veloped an American Jew."
Following the lecture, a ques-
tion and answer period will be led
by Judge Friedman.
Council Women in Talk
Mrs. William I. Brenner, vice
president. Greater Miami Section.
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, spoke at the Oneg Shab-
bat following late services Friday
evening at Temple Zamora. Mark-
ing Council Sabbath. Mrs. Brenner
discussed the contribution to
the community of the services giv-
en by Council members.
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a globe-girding Jet. Just park
yourself at a table at any one
of many restaurants in the
Greater Miami area, and you'll
find most any exotic dish you're
seeking.
For instance, at the Roney-
Plaza Jardin Suisse, you'll lick
your chops twice-over when you
glimpse, and then taste, the fine
array of French-Swiss pastry and
other light, fluffy and oh-so-de-
licious dishes.
For truly fine Italian din.'ng,
hie yourself to Victor Bidone's
smart De Continental on Bay
Harbor Island. But first make
a reservation, to be sure of
prompt seating. Everything's
cooked to order.
If you've seen "Mutiny on the
Bounty." you'll appreciate South
Pacific, the famous Polynesian
restaurant on U.S. 1. adjacent to
Hollywood Dog Track. The girls
there are as appealing as those
lush Tahitian beauties who made
the sailors on the "Bounty" go
native.
French dining at its superla-
tive best is the boast of Maxim's
in Surfside. The plush dining
room, now under the able man-
agement of Andre Pascal, is a
gourmet's haven. Almost every
Purim Ball Set
At Beth Jacob
Beth Jacob Purim ball and ban-
quet will be held on Sunday. Mar.
10 at the Deauville Hotel. The 6
p.m kosher dinner will be fol-1
lowed by a program of Interns
tional entertainment.
Proceeds will go to the schol-
arship fund, which enables needy
children to receive a religious edu-
cation.
Chairman of the dinner, which
Will also honor the congregation
beard of directors, will be Miami
Beach Councilman Marcie Lib- |
erman, assisted by Sam Schwartz,
Ben Cohen, Vice Mayor Malvin
Englander, Beach Councilman
Bernard Frank, and Ben Gaines.
Officers are Morris B. Frank.
president; Aaron Lerner and Mor-
ris Krevat. vice presidents; Lib-
erman, treasurer; Harvey Tendler
and Louis Baida, secretaries.
Rabbi Tibor Stern is spiritual
I leader of the congregation, and
[ Mrs. Max Thurston is president
of the Sisterhood.
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more of the many celebrities who
frequent the spot.
Authentic German cuisine is
always found at the Hotbrau
House in Hallandale. When it
comes to Sauerbraten. there's no
other restaurant that turns it out
better or more deliciously. Al
ways tops in seafood, and also
your favorite American dishes.
For Prime Ribs. America!
Style, thick, juicy slabs, head fo
King Arthur's Court ii Miam
Springs. From the Bench it"
just a lew minutes away over
the Julia Tu.'.e Causeway.
Hungarian dishes, like fri-
casee'd spacial't'cs, or goulash,
are tas'v en tin-i <- the
long-established Beach Royal
Hungarian Restaurant, en
Washington Ave.
Jewish-American cuisine you'l:
find at the famous Rosedale. on
Fifth St.. in Miami. It's open
for lunch and dinner, every day
of the week.
For a unique treat, both in
setting and menu planning,
there's nothing to compare to
colorful Black Caesar's Forge.
Just check the map in the ad.
and you're there in no tim; to
savor thick, juicy charcoal-broil-
ed steaks, with luscious resin-
baked potatoes.
And ore oi the nest known res
taurants of them all is the Fa-
mous, operating under the able
guidance ol the Lerners for
years, anil serving Jew.
ish-American full course dinners
that have been the talk of the
Beach, since 194e~
You don't have to go around
the world to find (he best tool
in the world. It's hight here,
in ample array, in Greater Mi-
ami.
ON THIS WEcK'S SPOT-
LIGHT: Versatile vocalist Raout
J. Shorr will head the stage pres-
entation at the Cinema Variety
and Yiddish-American Theatre
beginning Friday. Appearing
with Shorr will be the scintillat
ing comedienne Judy Lee and
the comedy antics of Leon
Schachter and Gitel Stein.
Thousand Clowns
Due at Playhouse
" \ Thousand Clowns." the
Broadway comedy smash that re-
iewers unanimously hailed as
having "a thou-and laughs." will
add a few thousand more when
Jack Carter opens in the starring
role on Tuesday at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse.
Coming in on the heels of the
record breaking four-week run of
Pa !dy Chayefsky's "The Tenth
Man," "A Thousand Clowns"
brings with it a lightning change
of pace and a performance by
comedian Carter predicted to be
among the most brilliant of his
career.
Produced by Zcv Bufman and
Stan Seiden. the long-running
Broadway hit comes in with a
strong cast of top Broadway act-
ors. Featured are Penny Fuller,
of Lillian Hellman's prize winning
play, "Toys in the Attic." and Dom
De Luise, the comedy lead of
"Little Mary Sunshine."
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Friday, March 8, \i
Southgate Will Accent Aliyah
Southgate Group of Hadassah
will hold its Youth Aliyah lunch-
eon on Tuesday noon. Mar. 19, at
the Algiers Hotel.
A play. "We Came. We saw, We.
are Convinced." written and di-,
reeled by Mrs. Harry Schwartz,
will be presented.
Cast members with singing
roles are Mesdames Joseph lion-
dres, Abraham Goldman, Henry
Hersh. Henry Kramer.
Heller and Natta Feldman Mr,\
Jack Sivin and Mrs. Henry KramJ
er will open the program Wjth
solo.
Speaking parts will be taken M
Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg, president!
Mrs. Joseph Buraek. Youth MinM
chairman, Mrs. Baruck Sei'selJ
Mrs. Meyer Rothste:n and MrJ
Henry Schwartz.
At a meeting at Kneseth Israel Congregation
are members of a Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch
committee as they finalize plans for the or-
ganization's annual banguet Mar. 17 at the
Coronet Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Rabbi
M. D. Teleshevsky, representative, Lubavitch-
er Yeshivos; Harry Rosenberg, guest of honor;
Louis Dublin, chairman of the affair; Murray
Rosenberg, guest of honor; haObi Abraham
Korf, executive director. Standing (left to right)
are Sam Schachno, treasurer; Joseph Medoff,
Abraham Dlatt, Max Hecht, associate chair-
men; Morton Mayberg, president; Rabbi A. J.
Safra; and Abe Aranoff. Not shown are Rev.
C h a i m D. Paul, co-chairman, and Murray
Berkowitz, chairman of the board of trustees.
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Business Meeting, W your needs in the Kismet,
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Special
Connecticut Yeshiva Head to be Speaker
At Banquet of Lubavitcher Yeshivoth
Rabbi Abraham Korf, executive Alumni Association of the United
director of the Florida Region of Lubavitcher Yeshivoth, and on the
the Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, board of governors of the Com-
thifl week announced that Rabbi mittee for the Furtherance of
.Moses Hecht. head of the Connec-, Jewish Education.
ticut Yeshiva
and Hebrew Day
School, will b
featured speaker
at the second an
nual dinner of
the Markos
L'Inyonei Chin
uch and United
Lubavitcher Ye-
shivoth.
The banquet,
vhich will be nt^MT
held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Rosenberg, and Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Rosenberg, is scheduled
lor Sunday. Mar. 17, at the Ber-
kowitz Coronet Hotel.
Rabbi Hecht will help discuss
the goals of the banquet, which
include aiding local activities of
the South Merkos LTnyonei Chi-
nuch and the establishing of Camp
Can Israel in Florida.
The two Rosenberg families are
being feted for their contributions
to Camp Gan Israel, and for help
ing establish a Merkos Free Loan
in Florida.
Miami Beach Hadassah Chapter to Mark
Purim at Variety of Meetings on Monday
for Information:
HAZEL ALLISON
Coloring Dlroctor,
JE 1-6061
Ith SI. Collins Ava.
Rabbi Hecht, a noted lecturer,
attended the Mesifta Talmudical
Academy, Brooklyn College, and
was ordained at the Tomchei
Timimim Lubavitch Rabbinical
Seminary. After ordination, he
was elected spiritual leader of
Congregation Shomrei Shabbos
Nusach Ari in Brooklyn.
He is a member of the Rabbini-
cal Alliance of America, chairman
of the executive board of the
Emanu-EI Sets
Election Meeting
Temple Emanu-EI Congrega-
tion's annual election meeting
.';nd dance has been arranged for
Sunday, Mar. 10, starting at 8
p.m., at the Diplomat Hotel.
In addition to electing the of-
l.cers and directors for 1963-64,
the members will be entertained
by the Temple Youth in a special
Purim presentation specially creat-
ed for the affair.
After the election and discussion
of Temple affairs, the entertain-
ment will be presented. An or-
chestra will play for dancing. A
late-evening snack also will be
.-rrved.
It was at a Purim party in
March, 1912. that Miss Henrietta
Szold inspired a study group of
12 women with the idea of Hadass-
ah. Today, marking the 51st an-
niversary. Hadassah, largest Wom-
en's Zionist Organization in the
world, numbers more than 318,000
members, 4,500 in the Miami Beach
Chapter.
All meetings of the chapters will
have special programs on Monuay,
with exceptions noted.
*
Bay Harbor GroupLuncheon at
the Singapore Hotel. Mrs. Dor-
othy Krieger Fink will be guest
speaker.

Brandeis GroupYouth Aliyah
Chai luncheon at the Fontainebleau
Hotel will feature a musical pro-
program.
* *
Deborah GroupYouth Aliyah
luncheon at the Fontainebleau
Hotel at noon.
* -
Esther GroupMonday, Mar. t8
at the Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn., Normandy
Isle Branch, regular meeting.
Sale of arts and crafts created by
members of the Group.
*
Henl GroupLuncheon at the
Eden Roc Hotel. A. Arthur Pekel-
ner will review "Cast a Giant
Shadow."
* *
Israeli GroupPurim party fol-
lowing the regular meeting at noon
in Algiers Hotel.
* *
Emma Laiarus Group"And
Still They Come." a film, will be
presented after the noon business
meeting held in the Washington ,
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
Bldg.
*
Morton Towers Group A social
afternoon in honor of Purim at
the Chez Tokay Restaurant of Mor-
ton Towers.
* *
Renanah GroupRegular meet-
ing on Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Aaron Meadow, 1761 Michi-
gan Ave.
*
Hanna Senesch GroupLunch-
eon meeting at the Eden Roc.
Pompeii Room. Musical program
presented by Laura LaTuchie, ac-
companied by Sima Swee.
* *
Shalom* GroupPurim party at
the Hibiscus Masonic Temple. 10th
St. and Alton Rd. Mrs. Samuel Z.
Sakrais will be guest speaker.
Stephen S. Wise GroupPurim
party and luncheon meeting at the
Barcelona Hotel at 11:30 a.m.
* *
I. R. GoodmanRegular meeting
on Wednesday evening. Mar. 20,
at the Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Assn. Bldg., 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
Beth Kodesh Banquet
Beth Kodesh Cogregation will
hold a Purim banquet and dance
on Sunday evening at the Lom-
bardy Hotel.

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The Courier
Id t^chwartz
Socicl> Security Administra-
tion has an attractive exhibit in
ihe lobby of Miami Beach Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion this week Charles John-
^n, former sports editor of the
Miami Beach Sun, has joined
the Hank Meyer public relations
rm Ralph Renick, WTVJ
news vice president, has been
named chairman'of the planning
committee for the first national
Broadcast Editorial workshop.
All three local channels now have
telecast wlitorials.
Dr. Peritx Scheinberg is chair-
man of the newly-formed Depart-
ment of Neurology at the Uni-
rsity of Miami School of Med-
cine Robert M. Laumiman
has moved over from the Eden
Roc to become administrative
assistant to Art Brunt at Miami
Springs Villas Austin Burke,
who again will talk about run-
ning for Miami Beach City Coun-
cil, was guest speaker at Feb-
ruary meeting of the Ft. Lau-
derdale Board of Realtors, em-
phasizing the importance of clos-
ing a sale Mrs. Edith Spa Id-
ing, a senior citizen of Miami
Beach, won the limerick contest
sponsored by Biscayne Federal
Savings and Loan Association in
conjunction with their Coral Way
branch opening. President E. Al-
bert Pallet made the presenta-
tion.

Frank C. Res*, who is the old-
er brother of world-renowned
cellist Leonard Rose, attended l
the board meeting of Windsor In-
surance Co. in Chicago this week. J
Frank, of Tobin and Rose Insur-
ance Agency, is a veep of Wind-
sor .
Tom Mellman, who recently
acquired Ciment Brothers in Mi-
iami Beach, has added a com-
plete line of art supplies .
Surfsiele Town Council will vote
on the limiting of new apart-
ment houses and hotels to nine
stories at its Mar. 11 meeting
. Milgo Electronics recently
won the Florida Industrial Safe-
ty Department's safety award,
with William Rose, vice presi-
dent, accepting the award from
S. J. Roche.
David M. Blumberg, president
of the National Association of
Life Underwriters, will speak
Wednesday at the Gator Sales
Congress at the Dade County Au-
ditorium National Truck
Leasing System, headed by pres-
ident Nathan Katzman, and Dade
affiliate Seaboard Truck Rental,
headed by Stuart Gordon, will
hold a spring executive confab
Sunday through Thursday at the
Doral Hotel and Country Club
. Nathan Manilow, long-time
Chicago associate of Phil Klutx-
nick and Dave Beber, is a co-1
sponsor of the new Belle Plaza
Apartments.
> *
Samuel I. Adler, president ofj
Southland General Builders, is
supervising construction of the'
new Renegency House just off
Pinetrec Dr. at 47th St.. in Miami
Beach Nathan Schekter is
vice president of the firm which
also built East Drive Apartments
on Harbor Island and the An-
chorage on Treasure Island .
Final results of Tag Days at Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospi-
tal show the goal of S60.000 was
bettered, a hike of more than
526,000 over 1962 .
Allen Goldfin and Seymour
Samuel rallied to down George
Dreyfus and Barry Sarnoff, 16-14,
for the Westbrooke Paddleball
competition Sunday The four
major, late night radio talk shows
in Greater Miami are all run by-
Jewish commentators, but the
similarity ends there.
Phi Sigs Eye
Top Social Event
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae Chap-
ter of Greater Miami was to hold
its monthly meeting this Thurs
day evening at the home of Mrs
Paul Furman, 615 Puerta, Coral
Gables,
Tickets were to be distribul id
for the chapter's social event, the
Sunday, Mar. 24 performance of
"A Thousand Clowns," at the Co-
conut Grove Playhouse.
Also on the agenda was to be
a discussion of the Phi Sigma Sig-
ma Golden Jubilee Convention to
be held in June.
Beaux Art
Jr^ar i
Michael Kram
Dr. Ir< l.ehnnaii will offic-
w at I i Bar Mitzvah of Mich-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Eram. on Saturday morning. Mar.
at Tt mple Emanu-El.
Uichai a seventh grade stu-
nt at Ida M. Fisher Junior
here he is a director in
lio \ i -iiiil Club. He is a
bei oi the Boy Scouts and
I the Henry Stein Little League
hampionship Team.
A reception in the celebrant's
onor will be held on Saturday
vening al the Deauville Hotel.
*
Gary Smiles
leth David will be the site of
He Bar Mitzvah celebration of
..iy Smiles on Saturday morn-
l, Mar, 9, with Rabbi Norman
Shapiro officiating.
An eighth grade student at
lenandoah Junior High, Gary is
, active participant in baseball
u\ camping,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smiles will
1st the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
ning, and the Kiddush follow-
ii' the ceremony on Saturday in
leir son's honor.
Michael Aronow
Bar Mitzvah oi Michael, son of
r and Mrs. Donald Aronow, will
k' celebrated Saturday morning.
ar. 9. during services at Tem-
e Emanu-El, conducted by Dr.'
\mg Lehrman.
Michael is a seventh grade stu-i
int at Pine Crest Preparatory j
chool in Ft. Lauderdale, where |
' is on the Principal's Honor List.
e is a member, of National Beta
ety, and the basketball, track
swimming teams.
Kklush following the ceremony
d a reception in his home will
t held in the celebrant's honor.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz-
&h, here for the occasion, are
r- and Mrs. Max Goldin and
r and Mrs. Herman Aronow.
*
Robert Swerdlin
Robert Alan, son of Mr. and
Irs. Edward Swerdlin, will ob-
rve his Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
>' morning, Mar. 9, at Beth
avd, with Rabbi Norman N.
'apiro officiating.
An eighth grade student at
">ce de Leon Junior High, Rob-
1 is a member of the school con-
rt band and is an active partici-
'"' in outdoor athletics.
following Friday evening and
turday morning services, the
lebrant will be honored at the
l(,R Shabbat and Kiddush.
* *
Scott Matter
SWtt, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Al-
n Miller, will be Bar Mitzvah
Temple. Ner Tamid on Satur-
Purim Carnival At Academy
A masquerade Purim carnival
will be held Friday at the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami,
2400 Pine Tree Dr., and will in-
clude games, contests, folk danc-
ing, a ferris wheel and pony rides.
All booths housing the projects
for the day have been built, and
| will be manned by the students of
'' the Academy.
An annual event at the Acad-
emy, highlight of the carnival
again this year will be election
ol a King Ahasueros and a Queen
Esther, the two famous charac-
ters associated with the Purim
festivities.
Also featured will be a play.
"Purim Streamlined." presented
by 40 students from the second
grade, directed by faculty mem-
bers Mrs. Edith Sommers and
Mrs. Abraham Groner. To be held
Ball Saturday
Beaux Art Purim Ball on Sat-
urday night will be jointly spon-
sored by the Beth David Sister-
hood and Men's Club.
To be held in Spector Hall, the
affair will feature entertainment,
dancing to the music of Lou
Adler's band, and a late supper.
Prizes will be given for best cos-
tumes,
in the Ida Apel Auditorium, it Chairing the evening are Har-
W the first scheduled event of old Berney, Mrs. Michael Covin
the day. 'and Mrs. Max Jacobson.
Pioneer Women
Meet Tuesday
Golda Meir Club, Pioneer Wom-
en, will meet Tuesday evening
at Beth El Congregation. Mrs.
Isaac Pushkin, president, will con-
duct the meeting.
Discussed will be the organiza-
tions annual donor luncheon Sun-
day noon at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Program will also include a film
on Israel narrated by Mrs. Mil-
ton Green, president of the
Pioneer Women's Council of Great-
er Miami.
Michael Kram
Robert Swerdlin
day morning, Mar. 9, with Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz officiating.
The celebrant is a student at
Nautilus Junior High and the
Temple's' Religious School.
Dov Chapter
Party Monday
Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women,
will have a Purim celebration on
Monday at 1 p.m., at Beth El.
Guest sneaker will he Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, and program will
A reception will follow the Cere-1 include an Israeli movie. "Side by
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monv. children in Israel.
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s.
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Page 14-B
vjewist Fhridian
Candidates Eye Seats
In Tuesdays Runoff
Dade County goes to the polls for the runoff Tuesday in which local
candidates are seeking to win 12 new House seats and one new Senate
seat. Following is a listing of some of the candidates on the ballot:
La* WiM*nborn
Running in the Group 4 race for
State Legislature, Lee Weissen-
born pledges 'to carry on and con-
tinue the unfinished fight for a
legislature reapportioned primar-
ily on the basis of people rather
than on the basis of counties."!
The candidate also believes that
"Dade County's increased repre-
sentation can and should mean
that we will have a stronger and,
more effective voice in our State
Government."

Bernard Barman
North Miami Beach Councilman
Bernard Berman is endorsed in
his campaign for State Legisla-
ture. Group 10. by the Dade Coun-
ty Federation of Labor and the
Democratic Assn. of Hialeah All
Florida League.
An Air Force Major Ret.. Ber-
man is director of Tri-County
League, and former Assistant At-1
torney General. He has pledged
to "aid senior citizens, reduce in-
surance rate-, increase school
benefits and veto sales tu)c on food
or medicines."
* *
Louis Wolfson
Fourth generation Floridian.,
Louis Wolfson. Group 13 candidate
for Legislature is offering "strong-
er leadership and representation,
equalized tax loads, new roads
and increased financial support
for tourism, light industry and the
new job openings they will pro-;
vide."
The 35-year-old Wolfson, execu-1
tive vice president of Wometcoj
Enterprises. Inc.. is a member of
the board, Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce; director, Miami
Beach Taxpayers Assn.; chairman,
Miami Beach Civic Affairs Com-
mittee; and member Civic League
ol Miami Beach.
*
George L. Hollahan
Presently serving in the Florida
House, George L. Hollahan is a
candidate for State Senator.
Rep. Hollahan boosters remind
the voters that "he is the man
who introduced and passed the
primary laws to control hate
bombers in the State of Florida."
a c
F. A. "Mike" Calhoon
Realtor F. A. "Mike" Calhoun
is a candidate for State Legisla-
ture in Group 7. A member of
the Dade Zoning and Tax Boards.
Calhoun says he will fight "to
protect Da'e homes and improve
government."
John B. Orr, Jr.
Veteran State legislator John B.
Orr, Jr.. enters the race in Group
9 for a seat in the House of Repre-
sentatives with four years service
in the State capital behind him.
Member of a pioneer Dade
County family, Orr's platform
stresses "higher quality education;
more equitable distribution of gas
tax dollars: further extension and
improvement of the state's mental
health facilities, and severance
tax on special interests."
*
Jess Yarborough
Candidate for the legislature,
zoning consultant Jess Yarbor-
ough, is a former county commiss-
Members of the cost of the opera, "Bar Koch- concert form, is under the direction of Ben
ba," which will be presented Saturday even- Yomen, with Mrs. Margaret Yomen as pick-
ing, Mar. 16, at Miami Beach Auditorium. The ist. The event will mark the tenth annwer.
Avrohom Goldfaden score, to be presented in sary of the Miami Beach Community Singers.
TO MY MANY FRIENDS -
Thank you for putting me in
the run-off your vote is needed
again Please vote on March 12th
"HAL'' KRAVITZ.
STATE REP. GROUP 5
Pd. Pol Adv.
ioner and former member of the
Dade School Board.
A graduate of Clemson 'College,
Yarborough was director of pub-
I He welfare for the City of Miami
I from 1946 to 1948. He has been
president of the Florida Coaches
Assn., the Florida County Com-
missioners Assn., Florida Advisory
| Council for County Legislation,
and the Orange Bowl Committee.
John McLeod
In his bid to be elected State
Senator. John McLeod promises to
fight lor S10.000 Homestead ex-
emption at age 65."
Declaring that the "State wants
to put sales tax on groceries," Mc-
Leod will "stop the food and drug
tax," and reassessment via the
Legislature."
W. L. Philbrick
A Dade County resident since
1919, W. L. Philbrick. chairman
and founder of Philbrick Funeral
Homes, seeking a seat in the Leg-
islature, believes that "Dade
County has ample legal represen-
tation, the people need a success-
ful business man for their Repre-
sentative."
Founding president. Children's
Hospital, now Variety Children's
Hospital, the native Floridian is
an honorary member, Miami Po-
lice Benevolent Assn.; and Cham-
ber of Commerce, Miami-Dade,
Coral Gables. So. Miami, Hialeah.
Miami Shores.
*
David L. Brower
Candidate for legislature in
Group 14, David L. Brower, presi-
dent of Brower Press, believes
"legislating for the State of Flor-
ida is big business, therefore suc-
cessful businessmen should have a
strong voice in representing the
people of this multi-million dollar
concern."
The 31-year-old native Miamian
who received his education in
Dade County schools, is active in
both the Senior and Junior Cham:
bers of Commerce of North Miami.
>> *
Mary Arm Mac Kanzi*
Former school teacher now prac-
ticing law with her husband in
Miami, Mary Ann Mae Kenzie is
a delegate for a seat in the House
ot Representatives, Group 7.
She serves as legal advisor to
the Dade County Juvenile Council
and to the teen-age planning coun-
cil being formed by" delegates
from all Dade High School*. She
is 1963 area chairman. Variety
Children's Hospital Development
Fund, and Mother's March of
Dimes, and is a member Miami
Dade County Chamber of Com-
merce and Florida Assn. oi Wom-
en Lawyers.
Murray H. Dubbin
Murray II. Dubbin, native Mi-
amian, candidate for stat) l(
Hire. Group 6, declare- that if
elected "I will work lor ,i state-
sponsored agencj to r< adjust and
place Dade's refugee population."
A practicing attorney. Dubbin
was special counsel to the Dade
County legislative delegation at
Tallahassee last year and also
served as a special assistant at-
torney general during 1962
"I will," says Dubbin, "channel
my efforts into measures lor the
betterment of all people jn Dade,
and give the tourist industry
whatever aid it need* to str ;:ate
it to new heights."

Maxina E. Baker C,
Active in the League of \ omen
Voters for many year-. Maxmp E.
Raker is now a candidate for State
liepresentative in Group 14 \
long time observer of Legislature
in Tallahassee. Mi- Baker is an
ictive civic worker and set
ecretary and mem I of
ginal Metro Charter- Board
Edward Brigh?m
Member of the law firm < :.
ham and Denee. <. ard
ham's platform bid : >r the
12 seat in the Stat< Legis il
includes "a fair civil service plan
for all public employees, rigid
economy and hone:> in .
Continued on Following Pags
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turn

David
ELDREDGE
AN EXPERIENCED LEGISLATOR"
GROUP 1
LEVER 3-A

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DR. FRANK E. GRAY, JR.
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
ANNOUNCES
THE RELOCATION OF
HIS OFFICE TO
16511 N.E. 6th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Tel. 945-8021
BY APPOINT/WENT
FHAVA RESALES
IN PERFECT CONDITION
DADE & BROWARO COUNTY
From $150.00 down $50.00 Mo.
ALTMAN INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE
768 NW 3rd St. FR 1-2421
We Handle Insurance of All Kinds
UNUSUAL SACRIFICE
Beautiful Home in Coral Gables.
4 Bedrms.. 3 Baths, central air-
| conditioned & heated worth $65,000 |
Near Univ. of Miami, High School
& Youth Center. Sold by Owner.
HI 6-0298
HOTEL MOTEL
Professional Rug <$. Bed Spread
CLEANING & DYING
SPREADS $2.00 in Lots of 10
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LtT'S ELECT
Ed CLAUGHTON
GROUP 11
LEVER 19-A
BUSINES- QUALIFIED EXPERIENCED
-Pd. Pol. A


Wdc/
, March 8, 1963
iimbdt fhrieifrtn
Page 15-B
Candidates Vie
Ceo-
St'I';"'
Iben "
(I:-' '.
B -
oed from Preceding P*fl*
i,l ., plan of assistance for
citizens which will give
edical and housing aid with
4*
:.m is a graduate of Yale:
jty and the University of
Lav School, and an active
. 0f the Firal Presbyter
rch ol Miami.
a..
(N I
bid f
III :
legi
ptioi
ttor.i-
.-
kfiac
iu -
P"e 1
(MM) I
]|ia!t:
Harold Kraviti
,ul Miami Beach law-
.1,1 r Kiavitz. in his first
. lective office, has declar
seal in the legislature.
,unsel tor the Dade dele
,1 Tallahassee in 1957. the
War 11 veteran was man
Sen. \Y. C. Herrell's sue-
campaign.
Juate of the University of
.rid its Law School. Kravitz
ed as president of Tem-
ereth Jacob and chancellor
,,l,i of the Knights of
and as president of the
Miami Springs Bar Assn.
LEGAL NOTICE
Gulfstream Park opened Tuesday' for its 43-
day meeting. The park has installed more than
a mile and a quarter of new sidewalks to keep
walking patrons from any danger of injury
from cars. The grandstand parking lot at the
education and elimination of tax DA|folnor 4a Phnir
inequities a. the top." reKemer to unai
north end of the grounds has been enlarged,
and repaying' of the parking lots and roads
has been completed. Post time for the meeting
is 1:30 p.m.. daily.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.OA. IN PROBATE
No 58667 B
IN l:l'.: Estate of
.h.n/.< >;w .:'
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Pel-won* H> -
Ins Claim* ur Demands Against saw
You ur* h< rebj notified and re-
quired t" pr< sent Hnj cli Iron and 01
nuind* which you may hnvi against
il. entail of Alonao Rlle> '< ceased
|,,i.. ,,i l mi, i'......ty, Florida, to ine
Count} JudH of l*de County. and
,,. (in mi,' in dupllcal. nd '- i'r"-
I |n s. lion 133 IB, fljiPldB Htat-
ut. ... in thell Hi"- i" the ,' ""',*
Courtl.....i" i Bade County, i urUta
within six call ndnr months from
.,,,. ,,, ,i first publication !.
ir Hi- mm* "ill i" bailed.
1 .-,..l ni Miami, Florida, this --)
'"' "' ''.'knkkk'kiu:';
\- Bx< cutrlv
Myers. II. iniMii. Kaplan .. Culm
ll.-.u S.W. 1*1 Stfwel
Miami 36, I- lorldH
Attorney for Ex. euti k .,.,
Hi
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George S. Okell, Jr.
.. S. Okell, Jr., Group 13
. lor the legislature, is
for "a one house legis-
-hich would have at least
dollars annually." This
automatically abolish the
ue he is seeking.
Uive Miamian. veteran of
iVar II. Okell was a Gov.
Collins appointee to the
: Pilol Commissioners of
,.| Miami. His other ob-
include "upgrading of
Ed Claughton
Using a mobile campaign head-
quarters, Ed Claughton is cover-
ing all of Dade County in his can-
didacy for the Group' 11 seat in
the State Legislature.
One
us:
lo..
as :
cons
si :
try.
atioi
Hai:
A^.c
hoii
Auc
saio:
:{ the latest hair styles
ted by Louis and Aug-
Lincoln Mall Beauty Sa-
I:s founders, Louis Thom-
-.id Augie Pannell, are
.dered among the out-
ding stylists in the coun-
Last year, their hair ere-
iS was selected by the
Fashion Council of
ca as the "outstanding
-:yle for 1962." Louis and
--i also operate a hair
in Coral Gables.
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
source of very real
comfort to alL
Miami s EXCLIISivI H Mt lfi
4NDC0VIMUM1 I -. II
MO 1-7693
Disdaining the use of "empty,
vote-seeking promises." Clauuhton
says instead his "moral yardsticks,
which he will use as stale legis-
1 lalor."
I Earl Carroll
Earl Carroll is a candidate for
: Mouse of Representative.- in Group
4.. "I'm progressive enough to
serve you." he says, "and am-
bitious enough to want to."
David Eldridge
Native Dade Countian. 41-year-
old DafW Eldredge. who was Dade
County Representative in Florida
Legislature for two terms, is B
candidate for a seat in the Group
i Legislature.
A World War II Air Force vet-
eran. Eldredge received the 1959
and 1901 Legislative award as
member ol most effective four-
man delegation. Aminiatrative
executive ol Florida Turnpike Au-
!h iritj (or three year-, he is a
i,i, mber of the Kiwanis and Shen-
ar. oah Presbyterian Church.
Dick Fincher
I consider it necessarj to vote
for the .--ential funds to put in
the necessary programs to make
Florida leader among the States
Ol this nation." says Dick Fincher.
candidate for State Legislature in
Group 12.
He also will work "to get dm-
itruction started on a toll high-
way between the Tampa Bay area
and Miami, maintain and improve:
educational facilities at all levels."
'5 *
Al Schrader
Bidding tor a scat as State Sen-
ator Al Schrader is "the fiuhting-
|esl candidate the G.O.P. ever
had." says his Republican support-
ers "I'm sending out and SOS.
for the G.O.P.." declares Sihrucl-
,., "so every voter from the White
House to the Courthouse must do
iis share "
JUDO
Newest Amateur Sport
OLYMPIC SPORT
6 to 60
DICKINSON
SCHOOL OF JUDO
18 S.E. 8th Street
FR 1-4880
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THE FINEST
GUARANTEED
Whit* Roof Coating
Zionist Fete Here
A. Arthur Pekeler. Miami busi-
nessman and shipbuilding execu-
tive, was named chairman of the
Greater Miami Committee for the
celebration of the 15th anniversary
ol the establishment of Israel.
The appointment was made bylSianVl'i
Burnett Roth, chairman of the
| South Florida Zionist Council.
The South Florida Zionist Coun-
j cil and cooperating organizations
are at present making plans for
a series of celebrations through-
out Dade County.
Purim Festival
At Beth Torah
Festival of Purim will be ob-
served by thch Beth Torah Con-
gregation. Harold Wolk Religious
School, on Saturday evening with
the reading of the Biblical Scroll
of Esther, and on Sunday morn-
ing with a carnival and barbeque
Over 700 children will gather
it. the main sanctuary on Satur-
day. On Sunday morning, a cos-
tume parade will open festivities
at 11 a.m.. and at noon the social
hall will be transformed into the
ancient city of Shushan with
booths, games, and rides.
During the afternoon, the PTA
and Sisterhood of the synagogue
will sponsor a barbeque.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY-3UDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58705-A
IN KK: Kwlati "I
s \mi i:i. s. Ml 1.K
......IWll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|\. Ail i 'i U und All IVi wiiih Hin
Inn Claim* Detunndi Au.i.n.-; Sitlti
Kutnte:
Yen nrc hereby notified and re-
m|ri .i tu i'i. -. m tiny cIiiIiiih .....i tle-
which \..ii ii:<> hnve ilnni
the .-in. ul .-.\.Mli:i. S. SII-l.K
,i. ,-.,i lute of Hade County, Mor-
lilu, t.> the County Judn?K of IHide
County, und file the Hume in their
offlc.H In the Count} Cottrthoune In
I,.,,I. County, Klorlda, within bIx cal-
endar nionthf from the dale of thi
ii hi publication hereof, or the narni
n ill be Barred.
mi:i:i.i: I. SIDLE
l-l.i IHKNCK JKAN JACI HWON
i:i:i:niii: si.ai r.i:
A- Co-Executom "i the Lanl will
and Tenta.....it "i SAMl'KL s.
MHI.i:. I'i-i:<- 'I
i LIEOKAUD H Will.I
' Attorney !'!" Bxecutora
I 11."." 8.W. Klrsl 8t.
Miami. Horlda- KR 8-63H1 yi.__.,,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ..IVES thai
,,,;. undetKlBi ed, ilnrtrlitc to ngaK* >')
liu^lnenii undi r the fli-tltioun name ol
ROI-.IN ASSim1ATJ>' III liMI N I-
I2th St So Mil ml, Kin-. Intend to
,,...!.,, r xnitl nan nltlt the I lerk <
,i c v, nit Court "f fade ounty,
Flor""V.OCI8 CAl.VIX CCTI.ER
HAItltY VU'T'ii: l ANNn/./.lM
Purtm -
A NORMAN I'III CKER
.Vttornej fot Partni ni ......, i-s-|5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES thai
,!. underpinned, dealrlna U> enro* Ir
iVlin-s under the flctltlom. namj o
OK\V IR""r ISS < T*01 North Wert
-Tih \viiii. IntendH to realrter Kftld
-'.,,'..\vi,li the Clerk of the Cln II
C.a,vt i,( I Mill I .."111* "' '
CaMfHAROU^.WIOOI.IWWORTH
^',.i.. 11 n, r
ki-:ssi.i:k A HARP
Attorneyn for Owner ^ ,,_, ., ,
OL
bitucii-ics
MARGOLIS
\ll:> ANNA I'.. :=:' 97, "I Hi.....1(-
lin.. Mb.-h., died Jan. 27. burvlv-
in are n wn and daughter-in-law,
Mr. :m.l Mr-. Kolnmnn H. Mnrgollii
of Miami Beach: a *on and daunh-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.
Uarffollf, of Brookllne: and three
Rrandchlldren. Harm t N. Maru-n-.
Mli-hael l. Margolla and Jminii M
(Mm. Alvini Hi. ff man. S. r\ a. s
u, l- Jan. S, at Temi'le !' nnl
Moehe, Brighton, Mas-. In HeU
,., rinu-em, the family requeata
,;,,;,,,,.- i Rent t.. Hrandeln i nl-
vemlt) \v,.n:.ii- Committee Book
Knnd.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS III REBY C.IVES thai
.,,, ,,,,,1, rulgned. dealrlna to enai in
IiumIiii -- undi i Hi. flctltlou* '">>
I'RHSi iSSEI. I'RlHSRAMH l ":i
i.i > Miami. Kla., Intendv '
i-,. i Bald naiiu with the Clerk ol the
Circuit '',,mi Dadi County, H......
.low i-ii M. Slegel. a
C,.,,,-,.t,.i, il Si i\ i.-. Col porntInn
Hi Joseph M. Slegel. Pn -
*
SPRAY
SERVICE
PL 8-1865
Tn THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 587I7A
IN RE: l'-iai. of
" NATHAN ALEXANDER
'"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditor* and All rermtiw Hav-
ing Claims Or Dumanda AgulnHi aii
"you are hereby notified and re-
quired t" preaent any claim- .nnl de-
ileraaaed late of Dado County, Flor-
ida, i" tin- cunty Judge" of Hade
County, and file the same In duplicate
,,i,i as provided in Section fS3.18.
Klorldn Siatuiis. In their offices in
the County Courthouae In Dade < own-
i, i ,,.i |da, itiiin siv calendar
,,'iili- from Hi, time of the Hrat pub-
lication hereof, oi lha rum will be
'''i'',"i',',i at Miami, Plorlda, this Sth
da> of Man h, A l>. IJM.
JERRY ALEXANDER
HERMASALEXANDER
SAM ALEXANDER
a- v.\. .ii..i- of Eatate ol Sathai
Alexander, I it aaed.
i publlcal in of thin notli. on
the mIi daj of March, IW8.
Mi.,-. Helmnn. Kaplan Cataman
i .,"i. i lei man
Mtornes for Exet utoi -
.- ., i-i Sin i i. Miami. F la

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2403
I s OI.EASON. JR., aa Administra-
tor of Veterans Atfalra. an Offlit i ol
the l"nii. l States "f America, ami ills
successors In such offlci and iii- 01
ih, ir isslgns,
Plaintiff.
STANLEY IIRENNAN and KAV
KltANCEM BRENNAN, M- wife, al,
I,, rendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tti- STANLEY IIRENNAN anil kU
I- ,: iNCES BRENNAN, I'i- wife.
il living, Including any imk.....<'
-,,... ol xaid Di ndants If lhe>
,, n irrled, and If dead, tin un
know ii heirs, de 1st -. g'anti -. as-
BlBees, creditors, Hem rs, I
.,,. ,,|| 0thei perauns claiming by.
through, or umlei 01 again-i tuesi
11, rendants, li".-- n sld.....s an un-
'"n",1m" UIE HEREBY NOTIHED thai
U|, has been brought against you
b> .1. S. (ILEASON. JR.. as Adminis-
trator of V. I, ran- Allans, all Officer
,,, the inlted Stntes ol Amerk-a. and
l,i- successors in such office, and nla
, their aasUns, to forec one a mort-
Kage encumbering the following dea-
B1!S?rS',"5,t!nB a......
TK.N TO MYRTL-E OROVE, ao-
cordlng to the plat thereof, recpra-
,,1 in [Mat Book B7, at page .. (
ii,.- public recordi i-r Dade < ounty,
and "you ore required to Hie you* an-
BWer "lib !!> Clerk Court of Dade County. Florida, at tne
Courthouae In Mia..... Klorlda, on or
before April I". l3. and to serve b
,..,,v ..i such nnswer upon MyB.i<.
HKIMAN. K VIM.AN A CATSMAN,
ci .intlns attorneys, whose addrcw I*
Kl. v. n-l-'iiiv Ihiil.llng, ll-.ii su i i al
Street, Miami 6, Florida, "ii or be-
fore said date, as required b) the
l.,u- ..i Kloridn. If you fall i" du an
the complalnl will !> taken aa it>n-
,-,-----,i lo v..ii .iii.l a Decree I'm I on
. ni i- nt. red against jrott rot
ih,. r lief demanded In ili<- complalnl
11 VTI :i' this th da> of March, l*3
i; || I.KATHERMAN
Clerk "f tin Cln tilt Court
ii.oi,. i \. mi.. I lorlda
i.-,,,H Us K M. LYMAN,
i \ put) Clerk
M< :-. Heiman, Kaplan S Cataman
Kiev, u-l'ii t> llulldlna
11 ,u H \\ I'i-i Street
Mtom ;" h,rM" I 8.U-88-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
'N |N%ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58595-A
IN RE: Estate of
I il.I.IAN RCBIN
""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AU Creditors and All I'ersona Hav-
Ing ctaimH or Demands Ualnal -'"'
"volT'ar* herebj notified a..,l re-
'.,'',,,.' ,-,, judges of Dade < oun-
". and file Hi. a-ime In dupllcat.- and
&KOT SrTJfiUi'ft'V^
;'.',',.,.-,. in Dade County. F1
da within six calendar months front
1." time of the first nub I..-..;-, here-
,r oi- the same be barred.
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Friday. March 8. 1963 +Jewisti Fhridian Page 3-3 ookinji orner Mildred G. Stir the rice into the boiling double in bulk. Brush lightly with drain. Combine the raisins, prune water to which the salt has been honey. The poppy seed cakes may 1 tablespoon sugar, and 1 teasp Hided. Add the stick cinnamon, have a few of the seeds sprinkled lemon juice, cloves, and allspice tied in a small on the honey to distinguish them Iheesecloth bag. Cook until the rice from the prune. Bake at 350 clegs. p PPy Sed Filling: Combine ii just tender. Drain thoroughly F. about 20 injuries, until a iidi, t llp j"ea seed.-.. and remove the bag of spices. Add )ro\vn. Cool on racks. This amount tlBlMpoSn finely ground the remaining ingredients, mix ; makes about 64 small ca.us. "eats, 1 teaspoon grated oral.-. Much of the fun of Purim comes from telling the story of our beloved Queen Esther in plays, mas qiterade balls, and symbolically, in (ho foods we eat. Purim is a time to feast, to drink, and to bo very gay. and each meal has a holiday a ir, especially the final dinner with which we conclude the festivities. In this spirit of fun, let's prepare a menu for this meal in which each course betokens some aspect of the story f Purim. Of course we'll include the traditional favorites, the ( hallah and thicken so much a part of all our festivals, and the Kreplach, Nahit, and Hamantashen. without which Purim would be incomplete. But for the other dishes we will give our imaginations free reign. Menu for Purim Dinner Fruit cup of melon balls sweetened with honey (fresh or frozen melon) Kreplach in chicken soup Challah Peach jam Roast Chicken Iranian Rice White wine Tossed salad with Nahit (chickpeas)IThirty Zuccini Sweet relishes Miniature Hamantashen coffee cakes Tea Coffee Iranian Rice 1 cup rice 4 cups boiling water :1 4 teaspon salt 1 2-inch stick cinnamon 4 whole cloves 4 whole allspice 1 small onion, minced 114 tablespoons chopped dried apricots 2 tablespons chopped dates 1 tablespoon chopped blanched almonds 1 1 cup seedless raisins %  cup melted parve margarine 'teaspoon ground cardamon seed 'a cup cold water %  lightly but thoroughly, and pour in| to a greased 1 quart casserole. Bake, covered at 325 deg. F. for 30 minutes. If you wish to do | most of the preparation in advance, cook the rice and add all ingredients except the cold water, minutes before serving time, stir in the water, pour into the casserole and continue, as above. This amount serves 5 generously. Miniature Hamantashen CoffHCikts (Parv*) 2*4 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt V2 cup sugar %  '* cup firm, cold parve margarine 1 cake yeast About '; cup lukewarm water 2 eggs, well beaten Honey, Prune and Poppy Seed fillings i'ind. 1 teaspoon orange juice. ; i Prone Filling: Mash ', cup of \ CU P ho,w >'Mix l0 a smo,: cut-up, cooked pitted prunes thorP at,te oughly. In a small saucepan cook Each of these fillings is sufficient cup seedless raisins in 14 cup \ for about 32 of the miniature Huorune liquid for 5 minutes, then mantashen. Temple Judea Slates Carnival Temple Judea will hold a Purim carnival on Sunday beginning at noon on the Temple's grounds, 320 Palermo Ave. Sift the flour, salt, and sngar into a mixing bowl. Cut in the margarine with a pa>try blender or two knives until the mixture resembles very course meal. Crumble the yeast into J cup of water stir to dissolve, and add to the flour with the eggs. Mix to a smooth dough. If necessary, add a little more warm water, as the Beth Torah Congregation will 'lough should be soft. present its annual "Shower ol Stars" on Sunday evening. Mar. sha P lnto a baM P ,aco in a South Florida's Most Complete Department Stores • MIAMI • MIAMI BEACH • 163rd ST. • FT. LAUDERDALE • WEST PALM BEACH • BEAUTIFUL NEW DADELAND 'Shower of Stars' .M h iiiO North Miami 17. in the new Beach Auditorium. variety show will feature enterbowl, cover, and refrigerate ovcrThe four hour nisht Next mornin Sprepare the fillings, then roll out half the dough In addition to booths and games, tainers appearin g on Miami Beach. ;i n, a s <> uart s ind ? *"*• Cut '"j there will be a side-show featuring Ticket chairman is Mrs. Ronald 2-inch squares and place a small "The Seven Wonders of the World." Gypsy tortune tellers, cartoon movieand a quick sketch artist. Special treat for children will he the appearance of Freddie the Clown from the Circus Hobby Hall in Coral Gables. Mrs. Charles Freefield is carnival chairman, with Mrs. Nathan Reiter and Mrs. Morris Josepher, co-chairmen. Mrs. Neal Balber is in charge of refreshments. Friedel. Temple lamora Sisterhood spoonful of the prune filling near one corner of each. Fold over into triangles, press the edges well together, and fold the cut edges underneath. Reshape into meat triBusiness agenda of the Temple angles, and set a little distance Zamora Sisterhood meeting Wedapart on greased cookie tins. Roll nesday evening will include nomi; out remaining ciough and repeat nation of officers for the coming | with the poppy seed filling. Cover year. Program will be "The the Hamantashen with cloths and Purim Story;" a sound film. | let rise at 85 degs. F. until almost 3 Wanted by Elderly Gentleman. 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Page 12-B *Je*isti ftoridffoin Friday, March 8, \i Southgate Will Accent Aliyah Southgate Group of Hadassah will hold its Youth Aliyah luncheon on Tuesday noon. Mar. 19, at the Algiers Hotel. A play. "We Came. We saw, We. are Convinced." written and di-, reeled by Mrs. Harry Schwartz, will be presented. Cast members with singing roles are Mesdames Joseph liondres, Abraham Goldman, Henry Hersh. Henry Kramer. Heller and Natta Feldman M r ,\ Jack Sivin and Mrs. Henry KramJ er will open the program W j th solo. Speaking parts will be taken M Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg, president! Mrs. Joseph Buraek. Youth MinM chairman, Mrs. Baruck Sei'selJ Mrs. Meyer Rothste:n and M r J Henry Schwartz. At a meeting at Kneseth Israel Congregation are members of a Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch committee as they finalize plans for the organization's annual banguet Mar. 17 at the Coronet Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Rabbi M. D. Teleshevsky, representative, Lubavitcher Yeshivos; Harry Rosenberg, guest of honor; Louis Dublin, chairman of the affair; Murray Rosenberg, guest of honor; haObi Abraham Korf, executive director. Standing (left to right) are Sam Schachno, treasurer; Joseph Medoff, Abraham Dlatt, Max Hecht, associate chairmen; Morton Mayberg, president; Rabbi A. J. Safra; and Abe Aranoff. Not shown are Rev. C h a i m D. Paul, co-chairman, and Murray Berkowitz, chairman of the board of trustees. f You'll find complete Have that + facilities to exactly satisfy Business Meeting, W your needs in the Kismet, Banquet, or ^ Aladdin, Scheherazade and il Occasion S Rubaiyat Rooms, be it f 0 r 0 ^ wedding or a private party! Special Connecticut Yeshiva Head to be Speaker At Banquet of Lubavitcher Yeshivoth Rabbi Abraham Korf, executive Alumni Association of the United director of the Florida Region of Lubavitcher Yeshivoth, and on the the Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, board of governors of the Comthifl week announced that Rabbi mittee for the Furtherance of .Moses Hecht. head of the Connec-, Jewish Education. ticut Yeshiva and Hebrew Day School, will b€ featured speaker at the second an nual dinner of the Markos L'Inyonei Chin uch and United Lubavitcher Yeshivoth. The banquet, vhich will be *••• • nt^MT held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rosenberg, is scheduled lor Sunday. Mar. 17, at the Berkowitz Coronet Hotel. Rabbi Hecht will help discuss the goals of the banquet, which include aiding local activities of the South Merkos LTnyonei Chinuch and the establishing of Camp Can Israel in Florida. The two Rosenberg families are being feted for their contributions to Camp Gan Israel, and for help ing establish a Merkos Free Loan in Florida. Miami Beach Hadassah Chapter to Mark Purim at Variety of Meetings on Monday for Information: HAZEL ALLISON Coloring Dlroctor, JE 1-6061 Ith SI. Collins Ava. Rabbi Hecht, a noted lecturer, attended the Mesifta Talmudical Academy, Brooklyn College, and was ordained at the Tomchei Timimim Lubavitch Rabbinical Seminary. After ordination, he was elected spiritual leader of Congregation Shomrei Shabbos Nusach Ari in Brooklyn. He is a member of the Rabbinical Alliance of America, chairman of the executive board of the Emanu-EI Sets Election Meeting Temple Emanu-EI Congregation's annual election meeting .';nd dance has been arranged for Sunday, Mar. 10, starting at 8 p.m., at the Diplomat Hotel. In addition to electing the ofl.cers and directors for 1963-64, the members will be entertained by the Temple Youth in a special Purim presentation specially created for the affair. After the election and discussion of Temple affairs, the entertainment will be presented. An orchestra will play for dancing. A late-evening snack also will be .-rrved. It was at a Purim party in March, 1912. that Miss Henrietta Szold inspired a study group of 12 women with the idea of Hadassah. Today, marking the 51st anniversary. Hadassah, largest Women's Zionist Organization in the world, numbers more than 318,000 members, 4,500 in the Miami Beach Chapter. All meetings of the chapters will have special programs on Monuay, with exceptions noted. Bay Harbor Group—Luncheon at the Singapore Hotel. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink will be guest speaker. • Brandeis Group—Youth Aliyah Chai luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel will feature a musical proprogram. • Deborah Group—Youth Aliyah luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel at noon. Esther Group—Monday, Mar. t8 at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Normandy Isle Branch, regular meeting. Sale of arts and crafts created by members of the Group. Henl Group—Luncheon at the Eden Roc Hotel. A. Arthur Pekelner will review "Cast a Giant Shadow." Israeli Group—Purim party following the regular meeting at noon in Algiers Hotel. • Emma Laiarus Group—"And Still They Come." a film, will be presented after the noon business meeting held in the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Bldg. Morton Towers Group — A social afternoon in honor of Purim at the Chez Tokay Restaurant of Morton Towers. Renanah Group—Regular meeting on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Aaron Meadow, 1761 Michigan Ave. • Hanna Senesch Group—Luncheon meeting at the Eden Roc. Pompeii Room. Musical program presented by Laura LaTuchie, accompanied by Sima Swee. Shalom* Group—Purim party at the Hibiscus Masonic Temple. 10th St. and Alton Rd. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais will be guest speaker. Stephen S. Wise Group—Purim party and luncheon meeting at the Barcelona Hotel at 11:30 a.m. • I. R. Goodman—Regular meeting on Wednesday evening. Mar. 20, at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Bldg., 1234 Washington Ave. Beth Kodesh Banquet Beth Kodesh Cogregation will hold a Purim banquet and dance on Sunday evening at the Lombardy Hotel. OPEN FRIDAY,'SATURDAY, SUNDAY MIAMI'S NEWEST for DINING and DANCING 6olben faohtrhf THI •OlAIN UT TRIO DINNERS PROM S2.ll %  ROOK! ON THI TRAIL MM 1. W. M|| §T ii mm JCal OA.ri 1-aOMfar f.MrvoM... DINNER BiSO-9 P.M. 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Page 10-B fjmist ihridian Beth El Congregation Honors Rabbi Schif f At Purim Testimonial Dinner on Sunday Frida y. March 8 1963 a Mayor Robert L. Searle, of Coral Gables, sians a proclamation declaring Mar. 5 as ORT Day in Coral Gables. Left to right are Mrs. Edward Blcckman. president of Coral Gables Chapter; Mayor Searle; and Mrs. Samuel Konefsky, ORT Day chairman for Coral Gables Chapter. Congregation Belh El and Sisterhood will honor their spiritual leader. Rabbi Solomon Schiif, at a Purim testimonial dinner in Dora August Auditorium, 500 SW !7th Ave Miami, on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Schiif was ordained at the Mesifta Tifereth Jerusalem Rabbinical Seminary in New York. and )also ;. graduate of Brook yn College "f New York. Prior to coming to Miami, Rabbi Schif* was spiritual leader in Duboqoe, lo., where he organized a program of adult education. He served on the Mayor's Committee for the United Nations there, and was the first chartered member of the American Association for the United Nations, serving on its execureligious education *t the i vria Hebrew High School and the He. brew Theological Seminary, both of Chicago. They have-t' .; Mmfi Billot and Jcffrev. In charge of dinner a---ig e ments are Hyman Kam. first vice president and chairm,r 0 f the dinner, %  ttisfMl by 2 ii|i p Berkowitz, honorary life ir es j. dent; Hyman Chabner, ^resident; Abe Chief, former sresie'ert; Mrs. Jack Shapiro jresj. dent of Sisterhood; Mrs Max Roppaoort, first vice pras lent; Mrs. Rose Siegel, secorvi v j ce president; and Mrs. JoseeRoteiberg, executive secret, „f the congregation. Guest speaker v 11 be i David Shapiro, spiritual le aj T< in pie Sinai ot Hollywood, and pie-ident of the Rabbinic.-.-.fi. elation of Greater Miami Rev. George Goldberg, will be toast, master. RABBI SOLOMON SCHIff Pallot to Chair Automotive Unit tive board. Rabbi Schiff has also lectured on "Foundations of Judaism" at the University of Dubuque. is vice president of the Associa-, tion. Rabbi Schiff is also a member of the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy, and serves on its curriculum committee. He reSince coming to Beth El five cently returned from a tour to N'ortoi Pallot. president of >ears ago. Rabbi Schiff has instiLatin America under the sponsorNorton Tire Companv. has accept, tutc educational programs and ship of the Academy He has ed the chairmanship of the Auto-1 classes on Jewish religious submade numerous radio and tele motive Division drive on behalf jects for all ages, and was instruvision appearances, and is the au mental in organizing the Cub and thor of many articles and sermons. Bov Scouts at Beth El. He is a Rabbi Schiff is married to the oi the Combined Jewish Appeal. it was announced by Bernard Stevens. CJA chairman of Trades'member of the board of the Buformer Shirley Miller, a graduate and Professions. ; reau of Jewish Education of oi Roosevelt University in Chi, Greater •Miami servingj on its Lieense Committee and Advisors incn Council. He has served as secreFirst committee of the Automotive Di-j vision will take place at a cago. Mrs. Schiif received he rOXTlXKXTAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only ••Shorter Shaohos" irr RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD RD., Miomi 226-1744 tteoNTI NENTA &, Vj C ATERE R S ^! J mi lima % % %  A, ^^i\ v numoM ... 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Gerald Lewis, and Charles' ff Reskin have invited their neighProceeds TO School bors at Crystal House, Miami j AU proceeds from the monthly Beach, to attend a cocktail party lunchcon mwXing of congregation • Wednesday afternoon on behalf o Be(h El sistcr hood. to be held on!" he Silver Anniversary drive of Tuesd noon in he audilorium I f the Combined Jewish Appeal. wi „ g0 0 (he Hebrew j^,,^, ( As part of the Residents Division campaign, discussion during the afternoon will center on the Silver Anniversary year of Federation and the United Jewish Appeal, the importance of the drive here in serving over 25.000 Miami resident-, and in helping over 325,000 men, women and children in Israel and 27 counCRYSTAL ROOM LOMBARDY HOTEL DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision. Mashgiach on Premises. Catering in the Crystal Room or Place of Your Choice SAND*ELL STRICTLY KOSHER i II I I UKS UN 6-6226 KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. 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Page 8-B FRANCES LEHMAN IS ILL THIS WEEK. Howard, Jackson, Psychologists, Live in Chicago As afternoon wedding on Sunaj Mar 3. united the former Marilyn Ann Jackson and Dr Kenneth Howard at the Dupont P'.aza Hotel. Dr Jo-eph R. N'arot officiated at the nuptials which were followed by a reception in the Sky Room of the hotel. nded by Mrs. Sheldon Wynne, matron of honor, and Cy* ber • rter, the bride wore a floor-length gown of reembroidered alencon lace over satin It was styled with a scoop neckline, fitted bo-J ice and -'-point. ar.H bouffant skirt accented ^ -i jHoped tunic extending to the floor. The French illusion veil was held by a tiara of matching alencon lace, and she carried a cas.^de of white orchids and stephinotis Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jerome B. Jackson. 6328 San Vincente. the new Mrs Howard has MA and PhD degrees in psychology from Northwestern University, and is currently working as a clinical psychologist in Chicago. 111. She was a cum laude graduate of the University of Miami, and is a member of Psi Chi. national cago. 111. His brother. Robert psychology honoraryDelta Theta Howard, served as best man. and ushers were Manny Skolnik and Sheldon Wynne. — %  %  __ Z^ Miss riaipenn, Ira Ehrenkrantz Following a honeymoon in Ja maiea. the former Rhoda Sheila Halpcrin and Ira Ehrenkrantz will live at 301 Weequahic Ave.Newark. N.J. Ceremony was performed by Rabbi Morton Malavsky on Saturday evening, Mar. 2. at the Algiers Hotel, where a reception in honor of the couple followed. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Halperin. 1611 Coral Gate Dr Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ehrenkrantz. Newark. For her wedding, the bride chose | a chantilly lace gown fashioned in the Southern belle style and earned white orchids on a Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Roben Cicero, and Lynn Ellen Stone. Iris Bell. Phyllis Shaw and Sylvia Z.ikerbrod were bridesmaids The new Mrs. Ehrenkrantz attended Ponce de Leon Junior High and Miami Senior High Her sorority is Tau Alpha Omega. Now chairman of the board. Security Systems, the bridegroom is a graduate of Weequahic H and attended the University of ryland. Richard Segal served as his st room>men included Stewart Halperin. Hy Stone. Bernard Kotler and Robert Cicero. Friday. Match B 1983 Purim Fete At Southgate Soathgate c.r.> .of was in have ., m< Purim party th.Thursd Ing in the Terrace Boom U Towers, rtainmenl dancing were be w ere e M i %  „ Bemlel anl Mr5amu< m;in. ~ £H MRS. IRA EHRtNKRANTl Levy, Handshu Betrothal Told Mr and MrMax 2ij00 SW 17th Ter ann< engagement oi their thter, Dayle Joan, to v n Ms : Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jac_ %  Sa\ar.n:ih. Ga. The bride '!•-< • a of Miami High School acd tending the Unh ty in Gainesville. Her fiance ;a gr.i| Savannah High School University of \< rth v hi re he receh a BB : i > %  • Hi is DOW -1 ji elers of Sa i iwing their rr.arri ne:l for August H< %  gog le, the >oang i live in Savannah. 41st Anniversary For Silvermans Mr. and Mrs. Sol Silverman. Miami Beach from Toledo. O.. in 1550 Jefferson Ave., will observe 1946. have received many honors their 41st wedding anniversary b> for their services to philanthropic hosting the next party at the Jewand civic organizations in the ish Home for the Aged. Douglas irea. Gardens, on Sunday at 2 p.m. > Ir silverman served as presSponsored by the Greater Mlidem of the Home's Auxiliary for ami Women's Auxiliary of the lu years, is now honorary presiHome. the affair will feature the dent, and chairman of the WornIrving Pietrack orchestra. Mrs. en's Division of the new Jack Mu. scholastic honorary: Phi KapLouis Makovsky is program chair Ablin Memorial expansion project, pa Phi. national science honorman. She is corresponding secretary of ary. and Sigma Xi. national rej iie Silvermans. who came to the parent body at the Home. >earch science honorary. and is a member of the board of trustees and the admissions committee Mr. Silverman is director of the MRS. KIMNITH HOWARD The brk'egroom is the son of m.M* — Ow*fc %  $*** %  # %  Mr. and Mrs. Simon Howard. ChiIVHS5 WA?ff1DvrCj Eyes June Kites r s Thrift shop at 7331 ten Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oxenberg. 27th Ave Income from the shop of Margate, N.J.. announce the augmentfunds for the support HarillOny Chapter Dr. Howard has a BA degree engagement of their daughter, and m aintenance of the Ho me. c C~.Ll CU4AI from the University of California Judith, to Robert Edward Rubin. DOng-reST jlOTea a Berkelev. and a PhD degree son of Mr. and Mrs Alexander Harmonv Chapter. B'nai BTith from the University of Chicago. Rubin, of Miami Beach. Women will hold a regular meetHe is a member of Alpha Epsikm The bride-elect graduated from ing on' Tuesday evening at the pi social and Sigma Xi. national WeUesley College in WeUesley. Washington Federal Savings and research science honorary. CurMass.. and is now in the doctorate Loan Assn.. 1234 Washington Ave rentl > working as a research chnprogram at Yale University. Following the business agenda. ical psychologist at Hines VA HosHer fiance graduated from Harthere will be a 'Sing Along SongP" aI and at Loyola University, he vard College. Phi Beta Kappa Fest" arranged by program vice aIso teaches at the Lniversity of and summa cum laude. He did president. Mrs. Selwyn Willig. and Chicago. graduate work at the London Mrs. Harvey Michaelson. coNew address for the young School of Economics and is now chairman. couple is 1451 E. 55th St.. Chiin his second year at Yale Law President of the chapter is Mrs. cago. They plan to honeymoon in School. Sydney Teper. Europe r.ext summer. A June wedding is planned. MISS DAYLl HAMOSH: [ &f C EEAUVILLE TV'/AC". RICHARD TUCKER World's Greatest Tenor and Cantor CONDUCTING TME TRAOlTlONAL PASSOVGR seOeRs DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNOER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN PHONE UN 5-8511 (Cstsring Oest) OCEAN AT 67th ST. MIAMI BEACH v£ Rabbi Kronish Set In Book Review Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. will review -The Slave.' by Isaac B. Singer, on Sunday, Mar. 17. 10:30 a m.. in the Temple Auditorium. Held once a month, the book review series is sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood. Chairman of the project is Mrs. Leo Levin. President is Mrs. Louis F. Snetman. Funds realized go to the Sisterhood's Religious School tobsidy fund. AUTHOIUZfB OIAIM NOW OPEN AT THE DIUDO HOTEL FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE I. K. 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Friday. March 8, 1963 fattrfaft OhMMH#) Page 9-B Socialite Continued from Page 1-B ding; -I"' m' 88 *^ ,,,c shower by one plane • Other guests were Mrs. David Mrs. Edward Fingerman in( j daughter Khea, Mrs. Sidney Mrs. Joseph Jacobs, a ll (he way from Chicago, Mrs. Max Jacobson, Mrs. Aaron Kan.,, •;,. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Max Levin, with daughter Janet, Mrjack Levine, Mrs. Rose Lovltz, j|fS Stanley Myers. Mrs Morris Rabinowitz. jlrs Edward Safer, Mrs. George Saluk, Mrs. Sidney Schwartz. Mrs. Max Silver, Mrs. p au | Sobcl, Mrs. Nate Spiegelman. Vlrs. Milton Wasman. Mr.-. Harry Rosen a*nd Mrs. Sidney Lefcourl Highlight "f the festivities was talented Bea Merael wishing ^% Go I Health and a Very Happy |i ^ Today" in song Nuptial knot will be tied for Arlene and Perrj Ihi last day of this month th David. II ,1 p; 25th anniversary celebration foi Lt. Col. and Mrs. Mm man, who invited their mi > friends to open house 1 .,t .MOO SW 66th Ave.: \mong guests were out-of-i towners Irom Massachusetts, Mr and Mis. Donald Nathan. Revere, and Mrs. Kenry Kaplan. Chel-a, who had also attended Shuman wedding The Col nel's mother, Mrs. Ida Shuright on the spot, Bhe'3 been house guesting with her son and daughter-in-law The Shumanhave two sons. Laurence. 21. born at Ft. Knox, K>\. and Steven, 14, born in Geissen, Germany C.S. Army, Ret., 1960. Col. Shuman is now assistant purchasing agent at the University of Miami Samuel M. Schmidt, editor for 'he past 37 years of "Every Friday," English-Jewish weekly published in Cincinnati, O., payin? his tirst visit in a good many >ear* to his sister and brotherb\f president ol .he new organization, <;• Temple Ner Tamid on Satu and other Officers include Her**! I p.m.. the Sis ^ hood vii 1 man Schlussel, treasurer, an.l bold a party m the Sklar AuditorMrs. Lewis F. Cohen, secretary. mm. "ORT Day" was celebrated Tuesday with a proclamation issued by the Town of Surfside. Left to right receiving the proclamation from Vice Mayor Louis Hoberman are Mrs. Louis Baron, president of Bay Chapter; Mrs. Sylvia Stein, publicity chairman of Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs. Morris Teller, vice president of Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs. Saul Ettinger; vice president of the Afternoon Chapter. Brandeis Women Hear Sculptor Miami Chapter of Brandeis Unibrew Academy. '.nlaw,'Mr"yd"Mrs'Hyman' F .iversity, National Women's Com-, Vrana received early recogniritrker 631 13th St Ex-'rnittee, will hold its annual Bonus! tion in his field in 1956, when the ion will be We wets to' see many friends from! Book Fund affair. "An Evening University of Miami purchased an al tne Beth Dav lit home town now settled 1 with the Artist," on Wednesday abstraction entitled "Fuego. the charter me pect his here Claire and Art Roslchan, cele'ratins; 25 years of wedded bliss, 'ill be feted at a dinner party even. Mar. 27, in the studio of Mrs. Edmond Dorit is Book Al Vraiia, local sculptor. Fund vice president. Members i and guests are invited to make In addition to being represented | their reservations with Mrs. Jerprivate collections of note, I ome corin or Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Members of the program committee are Mrs. Cohen, chairman, and Mrs. Morris Spector, Mrs. David Pinosky, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Greenstein, and Herman Schkssel. Chairman of the telephone committee is Herman Schlussel, assist ed by Mrs. Richard Rosenthal. Mrs. Harold Marks, Mrs. Henry Dvoor, Mrs. Howard Greenstein. and Mrs. Joseph Singer. The Beth David Young Married Couples presently includes some 1 30 couples. Members and nonmembers of the congregation arc invited to join, according to Pollak. Next meeting of the organiza-; Wednesday, Mar. 13,' id Social Hall. At' meeting, plans were discussed for future social, culWANTED PRE-SCHOOL DIRECTOR PRESCHOOL TEACHER Experienced only. Mon. thru Fri., morning session. 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T: ge 2-B +JeHl*t>ni*'H**n Friday, March 8. 1953 Hnj w i 1MB "f %  % %  ->" %  %  %  K ,1 B 1' %  B7[ : i ^ M Beach Hadassah Chapter Will Honor Israel's 15th Anniversary at Bond Fete nition and honored with an appro. priate presentation at the Hada>s. ahlsrael luncheon symbolic,, the efforts of these devoted groups." •.-., \ Mrs. Moses Epstein, national Hadassah leader (-eccnd from r.aht. 1 is cwarded a specially-designed medallion honoring r.e~ as the first Israel Bond Sponsor of 1963 at a reception c.ven by Hadassch leaders at the Algiers Hotel. Making the :: reservation is Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers 'second from left. Right is Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, and (left! Mrs. Dorothy Kiieger Fink. Memorial fo Vice Pres. lar meeting <>t the Grcat Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn., held Mondaj evening a' ( _regation Beth El, was a memOri •) to the late Sam Siegel. who had served as vice pre.-ideni. Prsident oi The Association is I-. lore Schv ai tz David Pinski Purim Party David Pinski Folk School will 11 brate Purim on Sunday eveniOJ at the Farband Cultural Center., *42 Washington Ave. Students of the school will sing ar,i recite in Yiddish and Hebrew. and Lazar La.-avin, faculty membt will narrate a I'urini story. Chayele Grober. of the Hebrew' H; )ima. will present Jewish and Hebrew folk song-, and Max B Astor will offer a group of hum ii~ stories. Traditional refresh:< nts will be served. Masquerade Set At Beth Sholom Beth Sholom Temple Youth will hold a Purim ball on Saturday from 8 to 10 p.m.. in the Silverman Religious School Assembly Hall The evening will feature music, game-, dancing, entertainment and refreshments. At the same time.adult members ot the congregation will have a Purim masquerade ball in the Temple Auditorium. Judge Philip Schlissel, chairman of the Temple bojird, and Mrs. Schlissel are serving as chairmen. Highlight of the affair will be "Presentation at court" of new members who will be received by the president, lames M. Albert, and Mrs. Albert Leon I'nger. director of the Temple Thespians. v ill serve as 'Court Jester." The ball Is sponsored by the Brotherhood. Dr. Harry E. Wolk. presi ent; Sisterhood, Mrs. Louis F. Snetman. president: and PTA. \ir< Irving Ku-hman, president. A festive celebration of Israel's 15th anniversary will be held by Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-ah on Thursday, Apr 4. at a luncheon in the new Doral Beacb Hotel. Announcement ol the event was made at a reception honoring Mrs. Moses Ei st< in, beloved national Hadassah leader, and firs! rational chairman of the Women's Division. State of Israel Bond-. earlier this week at the Algiers Hotel. At the reception. Mrs. Epstein presented with an award honoring her as the first Israel Bond Sponsor of 1963 Chairman of the Hadassah-Israel 15th anniversary luncheon will he Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, wideh known community and Badass ah leader. Mrs Fink pointed out that the event "will be a gala affair reflecting the joy and meaning of the Occasion and the part winch Hadas-ah has played through its projects in Israel and through its exemplary contribution to the Irael Bond effort At the reception in her honor this week. Mrs. Epstein called on all Hadassah members to put forth their best efforts in assuring the success of the 15th anniversary luncheon on behalf of State of Israel Bonds. The reception for Mrs. Epstein was hosted by Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, and __^__^^__.^_, __^______ ______ Puppets to be Starred Purim carnival at Beth Torah Congregation w ill begin Sunday. 11 a.m., with a children's costume parade. Following games and refreshments at noon, a show .-tarring puppeteer Tootsie Purman v ill be given at 2 p.m Mrs. Fink, and was attended by leaderol all groups Of the Miami Beach Chapter Presentation to Mrs. Epstein was made by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyer-. Also on the program was Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader ol Temple Emanu-El. MrFink noted that "bj happy coincidence there are 15 groups in the Miami Beach Chapter In keeping with the theme oi the historic 15th anniver-aiy. 15 presidents will be singled out for recogSugnnne MflBMBM UlOM-FKf UQuttswttnm A k|M. hfM on*RINE BUS** CERTIFIED KOSHER AND PARVE AJAX It's used in more than twice as many New York Jewish homes as any other cleanser! No won der! Ajax has Scour Power that gets out stains even straight liquid bleach can't reach 1 For black potmarks. greasy film and stubborn food stains, nothing cleans and bleaches better than today's Aja*. Product of Colgate-Palmolivi -_ %  MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild fblmolive care I '-v-C^ r M O&qtrfy... i \ Massage vigorously with refreshing mild palmollve lather. Rinse and pat cy. \ Repeat 3 times a day. TRY NEW PALMOLIVE SOAP IN PASTEL GREEN OR PINK



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the IJJi oman s "World "drewislri Flaridian Flon-Friday. March 8. 1963 Takr.C pride in the organ purchased by the Sisterhood of Terr., e Israel for the Temple are (left to right) Mrs. Joseph Bulb', vice president of administration; Mrs. Jerome Halpern. ticket r.-.airman; and Mrs. Howard Ullman Jr., co-chairman of the S =:erhood donor luncheon set for Mar. 20 at Doral Country C Temple Israel Ladies To Spotlight Opera Masquerade At Zamora Temple Zamora Brotherhood and Sisterhood will jointly sponsor a Purim masquerade ball on I Saturday evening following the; reading of the Megillah at 7:30' p.m. Music for dancing will be] furnished by the Ted Nohava Trio.' Mrs. Hcrshel Brooks and Mr. I and Mrs. Stanley Silvern are chairmen of the ball, assisted by Mrs. William Goldberg, Col and, Mrs. Harold Shuman. Mr. and, Mrs, Louis Chartor, Mr. and Mrs., Harry Green. Mr. and Mrs. Ben | Nonkin. and Dr. and Mrs. Michael Fiedler Special refreshments will be under the supervision of Mrs. Leah Friedson, Harry Green and Mrs. Samuel Rozeen. Left to right are Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator for Mizrachi Women's Organization affairs in Florida; Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, who will be named "Mizrachi Woman of the Year" at the annual luncheon of Mizrachi Women here Mar: 19; and Mrs. Jack Berger, general chairman with Mrs. Harry Schwartz of the function scheduled at Waldman's Hotel. The Mar. 19 luncheon will be local Mizrachi's annual Eeersheva Vocational High School Brick Luncheon. Mrs. Grossinger will be recognized for her "philanthropy on a national scale." Beth David Torah Lunch Beth David Sisterhood will hold Chi-chairmen its annual To rah luncheon on Wedtrowsky and nesday, ll:30 a.m.. in Spector Hall. hard. are Mrs. Sam <>Mrs. Harold Rein The afternoon program will feature a review of "The Roths childs." by Mrs. Frank Kerdyk. Chairmen are Mrs. Charles Spingarn and Mrs. Max Handshu. Ross. "Cha'yay Olam" committee is headed by Mrs. Meyer Robbins, and includes Mrs. Harry Stone, Mrs. Frank Rose and Mrs. Ralph letto. Hid : %  the M direct ic ticipat be \ beth u PeSteii MicroPro* pureh: • %  tund< %  ditii cllk. the s i n sp< i toll... a; 'I. kitchen purcha i.. a Matinee" will be the the day when SisterTemple Israel convenes or luncheon on Wedd :..v. 20. at Doral Conn is from "Lucia." "RigoPagliacci," and "Martha" resented by members of ni Opera Guild under the of Dr. Paul Csonka. Parin the performance will inia Engelbrighl, Eliza-! Iker. Ruth Williams. Phil rio. Ben Laney, Robert Mc'I Ramon Garcia. • 'of the Sisterhood of Israel include the recent of a new organ for Israel, contribution of • rd the newly-built adTcinplo Israel housing nd classrooms, support of leastern Federation ol Vont'i Camp in Georgia, Sisterhood receptions Friday evening services, p ni all youth activities %  Niael. replacement ol equipment as nee led and i ot Bibles lor Tempi.' [a lirmands. Mrs, Sidney Wcintraub. chairman of the donor luncheon, said •there will be many exciting and interesting special events during the afternoon." Comprising the committee are the Mesdames Howard Ullman Jr., co-chairman; Nathan Gumenick. Albert Jacobs, Richard shack, general commit tee; arrangements and decoration. Henry Green. Louis Gillman. Rita Greenwood; seating. Leopold Schwartz. Louis Mendelson; Hostesses, Joseph Narot, Merwin Sumberg; transportation. Maynard Ross; printing. Charles Held; favorand prices, Myron Behrman; .sponsors. Joseph Huftner; special events. David llaber; publicity. William Wickman. Reservations and tickets may be secured from Mrs. Jerome Hal pern and Mrs. James Rodenberg Charter buses will leave from the southeast corner of Lincoln Rd. and Collins Ave., .Miami Beach, at 10:45 a.m.. and Horn Temple Is rael at 11 a.m. Mrs. George Graham is president of the Sisterhood of Temple l-rael. and Mrs, Joseph Bulbin is vice president of administration. Add a Phone...add a lot to living Busy days are breezy days when the phone is where you are— whether it's kitchen, bedroom or Florida rooni. Convenient extension phones come in many pretty colors-are so economical, too. Call your Telephone Business Office for details. Southern ^Bell n J by ISABEL GROVE decor in shades of pink from pale blu-h to deepest rose reflected in the floral arrangements and bows at the bridal shower last Saturday in honor of Arlene Badanes, future bride ol Perry Mitchell Shaiten Hostesses presiding at the Meiers Hotel were Bea (Mrs. Michael) Mersel and Mrs. Ralph 1 M,ria m I Cobb Latter Hew 111 from Dallas hearing an attra. "vela wrapped package from Weimar, Marcus just a few hours "'[' %  party-time Pretty chose a sun-flower > e "ow two-piece knit with dainty white Peter Pan collar, and her cute younger sister Alva in a light orange three-plecer • Mother Ol the two. Mrs. Sam Bad.mi's, in turcpioise silk, and mother of the groom-to-be. Mrs Kirvm Shafton, attired in threepiece salmon color knit with white trim Florence Badanes, Mis. Ferdinand Phillips, Mrs. Henry Shier and Mrs. Morris Lessay Mrs. Lea Nirenstein, of Macon, Ga., Mis Badanes' sister. Will have to do her celebrating at the wedContinued on Page 9-B HOME INTERPHONE. Talk room-to-room; answer door by phone.



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~: iday. March 8, 1963 ; IgwistiFhrMtor %  Page 5-A .V .; tr < % Food Division Hears ADL's General Counsel the dais of the Food Division luncheon at Miami Springs Alias for the Combined Jewish Appeal, co-hosted by Jerry k and Bernard Stevens, are deft to right) Co-Chairmen : the. Food Division Ben Silver and Jerry Blank; guest speak< %  :. Arnold D. Foster, general counsel of the Anti-Defamation League; and Bernard Stevens, co-host and Combined Jewish eal chairman of the Trades and Professions Council. DURING THE WEEK... AS I SEE 11 Some 70 members of the Food Division of the Combined Jew-j i'h Appeal accepted the invitation ( to be guests of Jerry Blank and Bernard Stevens at the annual di-, vision luncheon at Mia'mi Springs Villas recently. Co-chairmen of the Food Division Ben Silver and Jerry Blank noted thai they were "extremely; pleased bj the fact that the rec-' ord Food Croup attendance has responded to (he 1963 Combined Jew-' i-h Appeal with unparalleled generosity, and in so doing contributed 100 percent more than at the Food luncheon last year." Bernard Stevens, chairman of Trades and Professions Council of the 1563 C.JA drive, and a co-sponSOr of the Food luncheon, called the results 'most gratifying." Arnold Forster. counsel for the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, called Federation "an umbrella group, which through one CJA drive raises money for domestic agencies, for the national human relations agencies such as represented by the Anti-Defamation League, and for the overseawork of the United Jewish Appeal." lie also spoke briefly of the Mii.inii community's "particular problems" as an area in which the aged and infirm take up residence. and noted 'hat "in many ca Ihey look to Federation and to the organized community for their health and welfare needArt Festival For Pythians First annual art festival sponda may submit paintings in any sored by the North Miami Beach media, style or period. Lodge, Knights of Pythias, will be held on Apr. 13 and 14 at the UniCommittee in charge of jury lied Hall. 2300 NE 171st St No. BwaPds mcludea |;|1TV „. Klem Miami Beach. chairman, Martin p. Beckerman, Resident artists of South Floriand Irving Grayson. Continued from Part* 4-A thing—roi.T; on some of the den as do Israel Bond buyers. s is genuine pcoplc-to-people -lance." &f :> Historic View Earlier, in a kind of poetic reiscence on the rebirth of Is rael, Trygve Lie, who ardently -upported the partition of Palesand Israeli independence ig his tenure as Secretary eral of the United Nations. declared that "history will record the establishment of the -' te of Israel as one of its happiest decisions and one of the • fruits of its desire to bring justice and human decency to a in which has suffered more almost any other nation in orld." in another tribute to the -ion. Viscount Edwin Sam ho succeeds to his late i is seat in the House of Is in May, an ardent Zionist back to the days of World I. told the gathering that democracy in Israel is "uncon taminated by political corruption or by pressure groups or by the impact of mass media. Both as Americans and as Jews, this assembled audience of purchasers of Israel Bonds should be extremely proud of Israel on her 15th birthday year." # • • Justification of History In all. the Saturday inaugural was one of the most inspiring m recent years At least" to my| mind, the fiery oratory of Sen. Humphrey, among other things, raised the question as to how President Kennedy ever beat him in West Virginia. Trygve Lies presentation offered up the reemergence of Israel in our time as a justification of the history of "the persecuted and those who suffer hardships." For his part. Lord .Samuel's reference to the "impact of mass media" served as a prophetic background for the story about Israel Bondnever told In Miami's morning' daily FOR THE FINEST HOURS... "V^ %  -The day on the slopes was great. %  —j^-V'rt^iMlr A wonder fu{ n '8 ht of dining and entertainment 44, lies ahead. But right now there is time i A "Sk-^k. • to relax with friends in the company of .• • / Nki i'Seagram's V. O., expressly made for the Jp* I •& % %  *, \. finest hours of life! Its bright color and x o^r>^y A clarity, its rare flavor and aroma are cherished by mayvinim all over the ft world the unmistakable excellence of r%  Teen-Age Tour To Israel Told between the ages ol 14 and 18. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz has been named spiritual advisor to the contingent, and will accompany the group to Israel. Canadian whisky at its finest. ^TS^Sv en-age tour to Israel will be bed lor Greater Miami Youth • Holiday Tours Abroad. special arrangements with Kl \: Airlines and educators in Is.,i.. a well-integrated program tamping and touring has been i especially for teen-agers TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upeot Tho Stomach Ar.icin not only fire* itrongtr, '(r relief from pain of headache but !• alto taftr. Won't upaet th* • t,.reach and haa no bad effects. YOB [ a**, Anacin la like a doctor's preI •enption. That U, Anacin contain* %  >


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Fndcry, March 3, 1963 • jbn#A ft^rSHH^m Page 5-B Puriim Fete At Air Base \ i N • %  Committee of Force Base. lMl National .ewtBfa Welfare| G eor S e Milhel win sponsor and I.... v.ith Kn Louis Glasser cater the event, which will feature .-,. Is planning a Purim the traditional Hamentashen The on S ..i the Service program will include a guest Centei Homestead Air speaker, and children on the base will provide traditional entertainWorking throughout the year on p r j zes fo be Awarded nient under the direction of their j behalf of service men stationed Sunday School leader, Anne a t Homestead Air Force Base, the' Prizes wi be a wardcd for the Hlr8Ch | Armed ServiceT Committee add> % %  costumes at the Temple ZaPlanning the party, in addition j to its day-to-day program weekly mora Religious School carnival to Mr-Classer, arc Mrs. Irving i activities, including participation and Purim party to be held SunPeskoe. of Homestead, and Mrs. in the Jewish Music Festival held day. 10 a.m. Jeanette Kaufman. I at Temple Israel. ;£,. %  ;., • •• • %  %  -. %  < t -. good things in Jewish at the Purim Seudah enjoy cheering I*|*W INSTANT 'He greatest Jewish favorite for brewed coffee enjoyment-in 1 lb. and 2 lb. size cans Supervised and certified Kosher by Rabbi Hersch Kotm MAXWELL "HOUSE COFFEE The "Sabbath Coffee" for instant enjoyment every day. In 2, 6 and 10 oi. jars. Maxwell House Coffee Holiday and every day...the superior coffees of Maxwell House are a virtual tradition in Jewish life. They have brought cheer and refreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand of coffee for many, many, years. Because that "good-to-the-last-drop" flavor is the most pleasing of all to the Yiddishen Ta'am! FINE PRODUCTS Of GENERAL FOODS



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Friday, March 8. 1963 Bonn Asked to Assist More Victims Page 7-A Continued from Pag* 1-A dent of the Claims Conference, reported to the board on the outcome of discussions held by him at Bonn last week with German Chancellor Adenauer and with Federal Finance Minister Rolf Dahlgruen. Dr. Goldmann voiced deep distress at "the protracted delays in framing the necessary legislation," although he acknowledged that certain oblective factors have played a limited role in the delays. He pointed out that the wrongs for which indemnification payments are made arose under the Nazi regime, which came to power 30 years ago. Nazi victims, in the scores of thousands, who have already waiti (I decades for compensation, have icrown deeply embittered, said t Pi Goldmann, while thousands of ihers have died over the course <>f yeara without receiving a penny in compensation. He express rd the hope that the proposed (rail legislation will be complct cd in the course of the next nonth, so that it could serve as basis for early discussion and i g itiation. Over fiixi.ooo claims for indentification were still pending on ecember 31, 1962, the date on 'mil adjudications under the cili ral indemnification law were in iuled to be completed, Or. iloldmann said. The basic amendfor which the Conference .ipressing were aimed at speed•. up the adjudication of claims,and at extending the benefits of ihe law to groups.ol Nazi victims who were now excluded or whose claims were inadequately compensate I. Dr. Goldmann singled out two groups whose claims were parti cularly meritorious: claimants for damage to health, and the socalled post-1953 group. Over ioo,Q00 claims in the first category were still awaiting adjudication at the close of 1962. A new approach is needed 'so as to deal justly with the claims of Nazi victims who have suffered injuries to health from the effects of imprisonment, mistreatment and tor-; ture," Dr. Goldmann said. "No group is more deserving among those currently excludI •d," Dr. Goldmann said, "than Nazi victims who were not able to leave eastern Europe before October 1, 1953." The law, which entered into effect on that date, excluded from eligibility, Nazis victims who left the country of their origin subsequently. Some 20,000 Nazi victims fled to central and western Europe in 19S457, in the wake of the Hungarian uprising, and many thousands of others came from eastern Europe in subsequent years. "Their moral claims for indemnification are just as strong s those of claimants who were eligible to file under the Law," Dr. Goldmann said. Dr. Goldmann expressed grati Illation that deliveries of goods, materials and services, under the ELECT LOUIS WOI.ISOM WE EARNESTLY RECOMMEND THE CANDIDACY OF LOUIS WOLFSON IN GROUP 13. LEVER 24-A SIDNEY M. ARONOVITZ >AUI MARKS B. B GOIDS'EIN LEC HOWARD ARTHUR J. KLINE JOE KUNE MRS. ISAAC IEVIN RITTI-R LCVINSON ARNOLD LEVY MARCIE LIBERMAN ^NK MEYER KENNETH OKA ROCKY POMERANCE MEL RICHARD MARCUS A. SAROKIN ARTHUR UNGAR JACK WAXENBERG WILTON WEISS " percent oi the deliveries have already reached Israel. In all. Over 5741.000,(100 in capital goods, materials and services were delivered to Israel from Germany since payments started on June 30. 1953. Of that sum. $67,500,000 in goods and services were provided in 1962. The German authorities have h.en carrying out the .erms of the pact, in letter and in spirit, In m the first to the very last," L.r Goldmann said. The Conference distributed $10,092,885 in 1962. bringing the total spent since allocations began in | 1954 to some $90,000,000, it was reported by Moses A. Leavitt, treasurer of the Claims Conference. Ol the 1962 allocations, S7.836.000 went for relief and rehabilitation <.f 170,000 needy Nazi victims. $1,, 871.000 for cultural and cducation, al reconstruction, and $385,000 for rlher purposes. Leavitt pointed to the program for the rebuilding of Jewish communities which suffered at Nazi hands as one which ranked high amons Conference objectives. Allocations of S9.500.000 have been granted oxer the years for the ('(instruction. expansion. equipment and repair of hundreds of institutions serving the needs of Nazi victims: homes for the aged, children's and youth homes, hospitals and clinics. Jewish schools and seminaries,• community and youth centers, religioninstitutions, summer camps and the like. The ureat hulk was concentrated i:i 15 European countries, while a limited share went to overseas lands sheltering many Nazi victims. A substantial number ol projects were completed in 1962. Leavitt. drew attention to the : r.flux of 120000 refugees into France in 1962, and in that context disclosed that over 90 capital projects in France received conference aid, over the years. The project included 25 Jewish schools, 24 community and youth centers, 18 children's and youth homes and youth hostels, six homes for the aged, seven summer camps, and 12 other undertakings including religious institutions, kindergartens, canteens, clinics and dispensaries. Lea\itt described the Conference program for scholarships and fellowships. About 1.550 grants have been issued so far. 156 of them in l!>62. The scholarship grants go to students atttending Jewish teaeher*s colleges and to those specializing in Jewish studies, and fellowship grants to scholars conducting independent research in Jewish studies, arts and literature. Leavitt pointed out that, since 1956. not a single year in Jewish life in Europe has passed without upheavals, displacements and Elect ED BRIGHAM On His Stand For: k Bible reading in public schools •k No sales tax on food or medicine %  k Dade's full share of representation and distribution of tax money Fair Civil Service for public emoloyees ~k No extension of legalized gambling k Sneeded up, expressway program with full compensation to property owners For Dade's Full Share Rigid economy and honesty in government Outstanding In Group 12 Candidate For Legislature Lever 21-A I'nld Pol. AdT. refugee migrations. But the highto meet pressing needs of Jewish water mark in Jewish displacerefugees "in the scores and scortments was attained in 1962. He ol thousands."" as well as to.parti expressed gratification that Con cipate in the rebuilding of the ferenee aid in that year helpec Jewish communities. ELECT MURRAY H. DUBBIN STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 6 LFVER 10-A 'I % %  .%  -*<-.'>i: : .iI %  % % % % %  •, I MURRAY H. DUBBIN !• Pol. A'IV.



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7 in ti h S a s t e< tt P ti J a € i 1 1 Paqe 12-A •Jewish flcrklfon Friday, March 8, 196 t Jewish Music Month Observance Slated At Beth David Service Friday Eve „ Beth David Congregation will celebrate Jewish .Music Month at a special Sabbath service this Friday evening. Rabbi Norman N Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David, will officiate and Interpret the prayers. This will be the eighth annual Beth David observance of the national festival, featuring Cantor William \v. Lipson, and assisted Zuckerman Again At Farband He!m At the recent election meeting of the Lebediker Branch of Farband. Joseph B. Zuckerman. president. Solomon Parness. financial secretary, and Jacob Fray dm an, recording secretary, were elected to serve another term. New vice president is O^car Shapiro, and Eli Malin will serve as treasurer. Members of the executive board are Leon April. Dr. Norman W. Eerk. Sarah Bobier. Meyer Gol stein, Benjamin Meyers, Morris Ornstein, Albert Ricklin, Freida Sack and Benjamin Talmadge. The Branch has pledged to furnish a room in the new Kupai Cholim Hospital in Beersheba. Zuckerman announced a substan tial part of the pledge has already been given to Histadrut. by the Beth David Choir, which is directed by Albert Sus-man. Presented will be the premiere performance of a special Chassi die service composed by the eminent liturgical musician, Joshua Lind. The service was commissioned by Beth David, and has been ded ; cated to Cantor Lipson. A native of Galicia. Cantor Lind iknown today as one of the outstanding Jewish liturgical composers in the world. Raise 1 in an atmosphere of ultra-Orthodox and Chassidic Judaism, he has appeared in synagogues in many countries. His compositions have been sung by such renowned cantors.as Mordechi Kcrshman and Kapov-Kag an, as well as by such renowned cantorial and operatic stars as Jan Peerce. Richard Tucker, Leibele Waldman, Moshe Koussevitsky, and others. As in the past. Rabbi Shapiro has invited Cantor Lipson to deliver a lecture from the Riilpit in Purim Carnival Sunday Annual Purim carnival of Temple B'nai Sholom will be held on the Temple grounds this Sunday at 10 a.m. TO ELECT Semitics Authority to be Speaker CANTOR WILLIAM LIPSON keeping with the Jewish Music | Month celebration. Subject of his j 1 presentation will be "The Chassid j %  and His Song." Cantor Lipson is a former pres-j '' ident of the Greater Miami Canj torial Assn.. former chairman of the Southeast Region of the Canton Assembly of America, and a charter bly. member of the Assemy JESS YARBOROUGH STATE LEGISLATURE Group 10 PULL LEVER 18-A "* Prof. Menahem Mansoor, chairman of the Department of Hebrew, and Semitic Studies at the University of Wisconsin, will speak on "The BOOK and the Spade" at! Beth Torah Congregation on Tuesj day evening. An authority on trie Dead Sea Scrolls, Prof. Mansoor will also discuss the Bar Koehba discoveries. Prof. Mansoor holds degrees from both the Univerities of London and Dublin. He came to the! United States in 1953 as a Pulbright scholar, and later became a research scholar at Yale and Princeton, and a lecturer at Johns Hopkins. He translated the Thanksgiving Hymns published last year. The lecture, sponsored by the College of Jewish Studies, under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the North Dade Congregation, will replace the usual Thursday night session. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Sreotcr Miami's larqest I Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale A Retail ISRAlLi GIFTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 X 1333 OAOC BOULCVARO MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA JCmmON 2-002* IABKII B. BUUIERQ VUNIH4L OinrcTOR GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Jess Yarborough BORN: Chester. 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age tf-C "=ge 6-B Um isf fhrHi^r Friday. March 8. !g B3 Mrs, Buraft fo Stage TJe My Guest;' Proceeds to Beth Shirah Building Fund Be My G w etl "e of iral comed> -ented bj Temple Beth Jr. Barry U ak. kaov :' %  :•: :-•:-.—..•"; -riter -ea : %  ia Jewur: --. School :m. her Art on View Meat > T Rejraa Young_ f her • :• %  • on display ATI Gallery The exhabi. -. r If you like KREPLACH Ravioli remember Mr* B. rroe Back L S l Bad KJTZ on a Hot T-.-.Tv .%  L D-r-roUiy :. I r %  Mart3-i^k Other:n th* Jack > %  ------: tj tnior Her u Gottlieb. Mr.Mii'or. Jaaa Kit: Mrs. Josepr Leon TerMerria is happiness old fashioned? Ha. iaaM* B=t taw of tfte test ways t fcaoc'-*u art M teaieaad...i*c •-%  U5-.s of rtai •M hswwsfee Kasfta, far ia> stascc. Tb IM Oaaaau stad w make! How d tM it? Easy. As can at baata. Yaa-l see. Mat Re iiitr< done w*X/FS HAVE SOME for DINNER TONIGHT BUT BE SURE YOU MAKE ENOUGH! You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Heir famity. guests cheer for : real Ita'lan flavor created by Chef Boy A/Dee. Te-ier Rttle macaroni pies... filled with mrgy Italian Cheese., .simmered frith savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and •asier than the frozen kind. So •noch thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c par ssrvingl ra&KASHA TMStitm. %  rctr't'aea BTSWfc**t! Q-ia. Abo w;/ Wotft Cfwuay Komol* (jr •; KaoKa 'K G-avy, Kufca See. = KASHA coooocc J*1 ::-;i! tauwl to: "*aCa VMS, Fox Yi-. N. Y. ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE H is year protection against imitations-your guarantee of excellence in flavor, texture and quality. Look for the word "Switzerland'' on the Swiss Cheese jroa boy... chunk or sliced... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland Life Membership Luncheon Slated mas Hjjtrr Mf AX Purim Activities A. Beth David [ .-.-sen tees Sal r IJ ten tweeted -;• Louis Gadoc >l • Carl Passat] Philip Rakai iefl E.i*r tee, Law:Pted SUeermaa. Bernard Sort, and Robert Stone. En. is of :be chapters will be read bj ,m y.:r.i; Forer. Barbara Greeae, Shem Store and Licda Tardif: P.1 be led by Castor VTiil^m %' Lipasa Hamankea and pog feis *ill be distributed to children by women of S.-rerf: od On r>RTwB da? Sunday mornmg. there will be one session in the •: 1 from M 3 T. to 12 The Mill be held in 5 peer or Hall from 11 am. to 12. A play. "Kings or Better." directed b> MrMike Forer. will be presented The cast Sosan Kurz. Sandri l_-h R::a Ro*:nek. Ben Levu Schachter. rn Shapiro. David Stone. Rob%  rl Tanenbaum. Cynthia Tt; Cher;.; TyteU, Richard w"au II ieal score is ur.der the dire. of MrE 5tM bei. The Prin _r; Deparm--' present a medley of Pnrtan nogs AJeph and Beth classes of ch schooi will present a ptoylet. -The P ,r." la He ulty member Hersch ten Ca>memben ire Mariene Ber ry. Stuart Bloom, Gerri Lynn Gordon. Reg;na Herman. Eilis Met lin Jane Raehlia, Helena P.. .-? Rachlme. B Rackear. MitcheL s-r.^. Joa Shore and Leslie Wolf. K. Snap tual lea:er of Be:h David sill adthe assembly or. >_ Junior AttXiliar) of the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its liTe" member-hip" Tunch'on on Thursda> noon. March 14. at Fontainebleau Hotel Life membership chairmen MrJack Rabinovitch and Mrs. Joseph Cooper, will present a special tribute to life memberEntfrtainment will feature Mrs. Florence Goldnng. musical director of Temple Emanu-EI. with accompaniment by Mrs. Ben Ball In charge ot reservations are MrRabinovitch ar.d Mrs. C'oop-er Temple Tikvah Sisterhood Temple Tikvah Sisterhood will hold its annual member-hip soc iai at the home of Mr and MrS. Sailin Hialeah on Monday evenini On Tuesday. Mar. 19. the Auxil n.r> will meet for a dessei eon at the D?a*uville Hot p.m. Program will feature nmo n A T\' performer. Elaine Beverly and Frank Natale now appearing at the Boom Boom Room wnn hu trio. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH presents "Be My Guest" An Original Musical Comedy Starring MYNNf LAPIN and DOROTHY ROTH iVrif'en end Dirtcttd by LILLIAN BURAK March: Sat. 23rd Sun 24th Sat. 30th Sun. 31st At Flagler-Granada Auditorium SO N.W. 51st Place. Miami Cartaia Tiwie 8:30 Donation S2.00 ft Tickets Coll CE 5-0364 HI 5-1850 NOW... Nightly Thru April 17th LUXURIOUS NEW ACCOMMODATIONS Afcaml Beatk DOG TRACK FIRST RACE 8:15 PM. GRANDSTAND ADMISSION ai SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. ***^*^^"**^**^^*^^*^*^^^^^^^WWW*WMWWMWWW Miami Beach Community Singers Present THE HISTORICAL OPERA BAR KOCHBA "SON OF THE STAR" '•; "?'T: E-g sh B>; fimsia Roseastraack Mrs. Gershon Miller Dr. Morton Rosenbluth %  M mmfcd Jetfioj-Ben Tomen At the Piana-Maraarrt Tomen SATURDAY, MARCH 16th, 8:30 P.M. AT MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM 17th Street & Washington Ave STARRING Ber L Margarat fomer Carol Dona + Stan Porte TICKETS: $1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 3.00 LAST [3J DAYS PADDY CHAYEFSKY'S the tenth man MATINEE SATUUAY "MIULOUS confer" — M.T. DCLIQHTFUL COMFOr" — M.T. 4 I fa ThLVa e „ n i n ? | r Cke t ? In< htorJ W *A 1 inousand Clowns" is the fn-hest W funniest comedy of tha season! A ropuior Prices Um i ted BBqoqem „ t + C ?5? N UT GR0VE PLAYHOUSE & Resrauronts Jf 3500 MQIR Hiqhwoy. Miomi GALA PREMIERE MARCH 12 JACK CARTER A THOUSHNO CIPWNS^ HI 5-2581 U



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Friday. March 8, 1963 >**/*#) ncrUian LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A U T -E OP INTENTION TO APPLY NC VoR CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY NO. S3C 1M3 ... Is hereby ii^ n that the unl iviiil.ii.-r EI'UENE KI>tui M1KOI INSKI. a !.-si,i,.nt of County, Iftortda, tutnd> io one of tinJudges of tin ., ,i, ill, ill iIraull in his offlo |I,,I, 1'i.iinty Courthouse, al i.il. on the Isl Pay of April. HI order changlnn his name ITiKNK EDWARD MIKOI.tNijKXK MIKEL, by which name i tht-ri-afier Im known. Win mi, Plorido, Peli. .'7. .. %  KH" •i '• : %  % %  :' i SKI • I M: I:I.\VAI:I> MIKOI INSKI Petitioner 1 L-8-15-22 .DT.CE BY PUBLICATION IS -HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELE-ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF r 3R.0A IN AND FOR DADE -OUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2110 ii v JORDAN. i DAyenu BY HENRY LEONARD ... %  • i %  V |l :v |.i ii IS .Ii HtDAN, • iiilaiil. SUIT FOR DIVORCE || l.i.l IS JORDAN vv.iiiiiiKtuii Street, i. Mas* .i.> notified thai a Hill foi l ilvoi ce habeen \..n ami \ on artla-.i ropy of your Anill nil lu the Hill of Complaintiff's Attorney, %  I'M \.\ a in i|,TZ)l.\:\ i lil'll.DINU, MIAMI :IL' \ ml fill the original Aniillnu In ih,office of the ii, uit Couri *n or before \;.i II, IMS. if ) mi fall iu ii.. ni i>> datauii N ii. Ins >-ou for the rellel %  ihi Itili of Complaint. -hall be published once four .-us, ,-uli\ ,. weeks JEWISH I l.i HtII MAX. : AMORDERED at Miami, .7; Ii day of l-YIn u.i i ;. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i '.HI. i ..'mi >. r loi Ida Ii K M l.V \l \\" i', pill) i 'I. ik n V l|.ll /in.i II liiilldini; i %  i.i.i 1-lali 3 l-S-13-22 IN "HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELE.E\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2143 •: V nN, .III., aAdmlnlstrtl \: fain, an • Ifflci i %  • ..f America, ami • in > ich office, and Ii us. KIV.KN'K K \i SKY and l n:is I UV \ I. • %  %  No. iCE OF SUIT ... ivi SKY and i"AI SKV. Inwii. IV Uvi ii 'i. V HI Ida :i in \i .ii I'IK i > 11 m i nllt t'l :l'-.i Insl \ "il •X, IK., as AdmlnisWil %  .H' -. ,,l| nf Ami • ll KIII-II office, an.I Ills lune .' thi rollowli i,,.. n • HEPTLER HOMES l"N I w •'. ncciiruinti i. rded In 1*1 I Bonk I hi •• ibll< i, nrdi Ida; lied to file ynui an".:. Cuiinty, hlorldn %  it Miami I Ini Idu, %  Vp ii 2, IMS, and in H. rvi Ii ..: wei upon \i VKI:S. %  K.M'l.AN ft I'ATSMAN urn II. j -. whose address iI'.ft) Huilillnir, IK.ii s.u Klrsl •" : i %  i .i JG, rlorida. ..ii I.I l..-. .•reu iir. .1 Uj the lawn II you fall !•. du *•: th. b, til Cl II as ci i iin.l ., |.,.. ,.. r .. %  ,.,,,, ..,, „ in illisl M.I f..r ih,. relief 1 in tl Illplnlnt. : lids Mth day ..i l '• Itruni >. I! I.I: ITHERMAN '•ii i %  i, ui| i-.. in i 1 '..11111! hlortda l!> : K M l.V. MAN 1 'i> Clerk ..,' K iphtn & ('iit-man IJ I'-iili linu' I i -; Sir,...| I urfdn "All right, Sidney, now you show me YOUR Purim noisemaker ..." LEGAL NOTICE ,v-^J 1CE BY PUBLICATION I 11*1!.! CIR CUIT COURT OF THE c^ NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF % LOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY Ikivv — No 63c 2160 T 1 l.l.'.YI. BPRBOW t.Noll BURROW %  I SUIT FOR DIVORCE | l.an..r Burrou J'r iloj Parsons ..k Street iirensbunr. Missouri '"AltY KI.KAM u; Bl'RROW, %  >• aotiried that a Bill ol I i Divorce habeen riled Efrvv, '" : ""l >uu are required to Et :,"'"."' • v 1 "' *nwar or PleadDliin. .-,' ,: '" '•' Comptalnl on th.EKI\ 1'tti.rney. RUYMOITR LON'-NAV. 7th Av.rin... Miami. I., ,:„ -> %  t I.I. ii,. orlirraal Answer l >< th." • '" "'' iu "' %  Cterti ::.,i, i "'''•" Court on or before tin.i ,,''"'• '.•' March IMS. n you rail k ; ItidKmenl by default will be .,,„' •-""-' vou for the relief a.I TI k "! "" Hm '"' Complaint. L.i.l, %  ": %  "hall i.. published once M THi" ii.-.3 ol, r oonwecutlve week* AMi tiltllKRRD at Miami. | ,"<" -.Hi daj .'f February, %  ,. :: l!: kTHEHM w. Clerk, hade county. Florida J K M I.VMA.V I 'i;.u.'t^, U Hix cu pfc 3 1 • LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58304-C IN RE: Estate ••! CHARLES s VMCEI. I.EE H%  • %  a.—il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons llavinu I'l.iiin..i Demand). Axalnst Salil K-lal. : Viii nre hereb; notified and required I" prew in an> • l.iim> an.I i|. mands which yon mas have aaainst the estate of ril.\l:l.i:s MAMl'KI. l.KK deceased late "i Dade County, tlorlda, to the Count} .' idites ..f Dadi County, ami til. th,sain.in their offices m tinCounty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within sis calendar months from the date ,.f the first publication hereof, or the sun, will be barred. CAROLYN B. LEE. Executrix shivin. Ooodman *• Holtxman B) : Bylvan N. lloltsmnn Attorne) for Kxi i-uti i\ 146 Sej bold I'.l.ln.. Miami. Fin. : %  IB-22. :'. I-" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underslKned, deslrlnp tt. enaaR-e in buslni sUlldiM I hi III if. .us naui. ul MASTEUl'l! VI r I'KINTKKM al IS1.1 I 'm.l\ A \ • ii .. M || I leai Ii I I..' il.i Intendi •• I-KIKIHI • U< nn nu Hli ill. I 1. I k ••! th.I'll.-lilt I '..III 1 Of I M.I. I !%  Ida Al BEKT I. SCHI'LTZ, .%  • I i\v llfl sh.A iii < ioodimin ,v 11 ML. Ill, .-> Il'lll/ 1 .1-2 2 IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2080 u ii I.IAM ii I:II.I:\ Pill III11 : \ s. AMRITE nLDHASJ R1LEY, 11. i. n.I.ml NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION n \ MKITE • ll.OHAM IULEY •;u Kterlliut sn. el Urei ii--1.. %  %  ••. North Carolina Y"l ARE IlKKEBY NOTIFIED thai a Hill of Complnlnl f..r Divorce lias i...ii filed aicainsl you and you ore required t.. nerve a copy "f your Answi'i thereto on I'laintlffs Attorney, JOSEPH \\ MALEK, :<•"." I.lnroln Load, Ml mil Beach, ::'J. Florida, and .il.il rlKinul thereof in tl fflci ol ih.Clerk of tinCircuit Court '•" or before Ihe 2nd day ..! April, IMS. otherwlsr a Decree Pro Confcsso will i nt.-i. .1 iiKalnsl you. I>ATED ai Miami, Dade County, lHI luu, %  tin2uili .I.I > .a i I.I uary, IMS. i:. B. LEATIinKMAN Clei l "i the Circuit Gam I (s.-ali By: I. %  N EEI EN i'..|.ni\ i'1,-r!, JOSEPH W MALEK AM. .in. v for Plaintiff :::." Lincoln Koud Miami B< ach : %  •:'. Iuliilll 3 I-S.15-22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 1651 III ISEMARI HAI.EKNl >. Plaintiff, IIBOROK s \ I EltXO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVC RCE TO: OKI "ROE KALEKN* i lav Main Street Til. kah. New York Vou, IIEoRUK SALEKNO, are herei.y notified thai a Bill ..f Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required t" serve a copy "i your Anawer or Pleadinc to the I'.ill of ('omplnlnt "ii the Plaintiff's attorney, SMITH A HANDLER, 407 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file th. original Answer or Pleading In tinoffice of the Clerk of the Circuit C i on or before the 20th day of March, IMS. if you fall t" do so. judgment by default "ill itaken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of C plaint. This notice shall be published onoe each week for four consecutive weeks in THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Ii.\'l-: AND ORDKRF7D al Miami. Florida, thi13th da; of February AH IMS, i: iNEATHRRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Had. County, Florida .-...I. B) I.. HNEEDEN l icputy Clerk %  2 1.-..2S, 3 I1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58611-B in RE: Estate of SAM KOHONBERG I laceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors and AH Pi—us Havlna Claims or Itomunda Against >,ii •_.._• i -V-l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 63C-795 (Balaban) srnCRBl.Y FEDERAL SAVINGS AN I • V.I IA N A SHt "1 ATI' IN, Plaintiff. vs. OKNE BARTDN WWATI.KY and BECRETTA ARNOLD WHATI.irY' his wife. ALEIDA CASTELLUI and CAHTE1 I.i il her husband If married. ALBERT H. DANIELS and EARLA1NE DANIELS his wife, 1 i.f.ii.lants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ALBERT 11. DANIELS and i: MM.AIM: HA.NIKI.S his wife, RESIDENCE L'NKNOWN, and ill nariles e 'iniir" hv, Ihrr h '. • or against the above named defendants if aliv.-. or if dead their unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, legatoes, as* siun.-.-s. Ilenors, creditors, trustee! ind all parties navlns or claiming having any right, title or Interest In the propel I) herein di scribed: You are hereby notified thai thi above capiloneil action has been Instituted agalnsl vou in the I'll Court of the ELEVENTH Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for DADE County to foreclose a mortguge upon the following described real nroiwrtv Lot -•;. Block 71. NORWOOD FIFTH ADDITION, HECTION TWO, according to the I 'in t thereof, recorded In Plat Book ii". at Page i"'.i of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, You are required to file youi an•wei to plaintiffs i plaint iiii thi Clerk of the a for. aid C I nntl serve a com thereol u|s>n plalntiffV iii.-in.v MARTIN FINE, llili Floor Dade I ederal Bids Miami :::. Floi ida not later llian Mareil -'*. I1I6S, nr a Decree Pro Confesso will bi entered agalnsl you, DATEI: February K.. IMS I-:. II, LEATHEKM V N I lei'k of the i "in nil i 'unit iseali BJ K. M I.Y.MAN l leputy i'i. ik MARTIN FINE Attorne) for Plaintiff mil FIIMII Hade Fed. nil Bldg Miami S2, Florida %  i -'i'. :i i -s-i.-i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ••Jewisti fhriaf/tjtr? solicits your legal noticM. W appreciate your patronage and guarants* accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit .1ItiOS for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREKY IIIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busl under the fictitious nan.. ..I UAVID SHAPIRt) It COMPANY at 12ti Lincoln it..ad, Miami Beach intend i. register said name wiih the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had.County, Florida. DAVID Sll VP1RO PA PL I. I I.KISi'HMAN Z 13-22, IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2079 VINCENT DPRIE HOLLENBECK, Plaintiff, vs. DELOREH I.EE HOLLENBECK, I '. I'.-lidalll. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DELORE8 LEE HOLLENBECK I_-.II Eaat Port I..Road Bogota, Si W .1. rsej Y"l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill ..f Complaint for Divorce has heen filed against you, ami you arc required to serve a copy of your Answer thereto on Plaintiffs Attorney, JOSEPH W, MALEK, J50 Lincoln Rood. Miami Beach :t:i. Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of April, 1963, otherwise a Decrei Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Hated tliis. I'.'.UI day ..f February, 1963. E. B. LEATHERMAX i 'lerk of the • "Ircult Court (seal) Bv: I. KNEEDEN i '. put) i 'Ii rU JOSEPH W. MAI.IK Attorne) LU Plaintiff ::"." I.in.-.-in Road Miami Beach :' % %  .'. Florida :: l-s-15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'OA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2191 I.la IN KEITH ANDERS, Plaintiff, vs. MARY 1 ItAWKS P. ANDERS l lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MART FRANCES P. ANDERS 190 Vemiount Ave., W. Aahvllie, North Carolina You are hereby notified that a Bill of Comptalnl for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the i'.ill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney SHKV1N. OOODMAN A. HoLZTMAN. SU Beybold Bldg., Miami. PI i and file the original answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court nn or before the 1st day of April, 19*8. If you fnll t.. do s... Judgment by default ill in taki n against vou for the relief demanded in the I'.ill of ComDONE WD ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 27th day of February, A.D. 1963. I-:. It, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad. County, Fhirlda (seal) B> : K. M. I.Y.M \X 11. put) Clerk Sin Mn. fl i'uan A lloltznian :t|i, S. v bold ItuildiiiK Miami. Florida .Mini nn s for Plaintiff 9 i %  8-15-tl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 63C1946 ESTHER KLEIN llol.DHEKt, and I El IRI IE tlol.l iltEBU, hi r husband, Plaintiffs, \ s. SIDNEY KLEIN, and if married, KLEIN, Inwife, HELEN KLEIN, and If man ini. her husband .MAN KLEIN, and if married KLEIN, his wife, and BERNARD KLEIN, and il married, Klein, his wlfi I i.-l'endanls. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: SIDNEY KLEIN, and If mnrr KLEIN, his wlft %  • .. Rosen mil Bo. Kecond Avi nue Mount Vernon, New York MAX KLEIN, ami if married. KLEIN, his Wife. e o Rosen 160 so. Second Avenue Mount Vernon, New York HELEN KLEIN, and if married. .., her husband. 2691 Reservoir Avenue Bronx, New York BERNARD KLEIN, and if married. KLEIN, hiwife. ir.r.r.n TuJunga Avenue North Hollywood. California YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint to partition the following described property, to wit: Lot ii In Block B5 of OCEAN BEACH ADDITION NO. 3. a subdivision according to th.Plat thereof, recorded In Pint Hook %  %  at Pave 81, of the Public Records of Dads County, Plorlda, has been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a cop> .,i your answer or pleading to the Complnlnl on the Plaintiffs' Attorneys, ARONoVITZ, SILVER .v SCHER, Mi Alnslej Building, Miami :'..', Florida, and file the original answer or pleading In the ..ffi.-.of the clerk of the above Court on or befon March 2.1, 1963. If you fnll i" do so judgment b) default will l taken igalnst ."I for the relief demanded in ihe Complaint. HONE AND OBDERED THIS •-•"th da) "i F'ebruary, \:\::. i: R LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court liv K. M. I.Y MAN li.-|.ut\ Clerk 2 22, 9 1-8-15 IN THE Cnv-UIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 1491 CAROLINE TAMBCRINO, Plaintiff, vs. I PRANK TAMBURINO, Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: PRANK TAMBCRINO 609 Pimrtli su. %  i Newark, New Jersey YOU, PRANK TAMBCRINO, nr' notified that a complaint for divorce has I", n filed agalnsl you, and yow ore required to serve a copy of your unswei en the plaintiffs attorney, DANIEL NEAL HELLER, Mo Alnsley Building, Miami :'.-'. Florida, and file tin original nnswei In the Clerk of the Circuit Court's Office, nn or before the 1Mb day of March, 1968 If \nu fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you. DATED this MII day of February, 1963.' E D LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad.County, Florida (seal) Bj K. M. I.YMAN Deputy i "h-rk I U5-J2, n i- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CiIVBN that ih. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctitloun nami "i TALLER ASSI HiA'ii:s at "744 Byron A\. nue, Miami Beach, Florida, Ini, ndi" register said name uiiii the Clerk of the Clrcull Court ol Dad. i 'mint). i lorlda. HEBER R Mi INTIRE l -n. i nil. es a i SYanle) I %  AM.. i n. > fin II. i.. r i: Mi Intli i "Taller Vssoi Ii \\i nui Mian I T .* CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT $495 Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. Half Bushel MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED-INSURED-GUARANTEED if 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710FR 4-R7R3 FREE ORANGE JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY



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Page 10-A Jen 1st flcrkttan Friday, March 8. 1933 High Court to Review School Prayer Continued from Page 1-A when the Government -was liuked with religion. The other Issue arose from an appeal from a .Maryland court filed by Mrs. M. E. Murray, of Baltimore, concerning daily reading of the Bible in public schools. Mrs. Murray, describing herself as an atheist, said through her attorney. Leonard Kerpelnian. of Baltimore, that the school opening prayer was a religious ceremony and that her son had suffered injury for chcos ing not to participate. She claimed the boy was spat on. assaulted and ostracized. During the hearings, the Justices displayed unusual interest in the case, eight of the nine justices entering into active questioning and debate on the constitutional issues. Justice Potter Stewart, the lone dissenter in the decision outlawing the New York Regents prayer, clashed with Justice Black, author of the majority ruling. Most Baltimore parents, said Justice Stewart, "would like to have this prayer for the exercise of their religion." Justice Black responded: "They want to use the taxpayers' money to carry out their religious exercises." Chief Justice Earl Warren commented that, if Christian prayer were legal in Maryland schools, then Buddhist rites would presumably be acceptable by public schools in Hawaii. Thomas B. Finan. Attorney General of Maryland, -aid to Justice Warren "this is a use of theism againa non-theism." The Chief Justice interrupted to say "Hold on. 'There are millions of thorvf


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Friday. March 8. 1963 +Jewish fkrHPrn Page 7• Oleh Regel Tour To be Feted by Prime Minister Mrs. Finy Leitersdorf-Simon (right), internationally-noted Israeli fashion designer, will host a gala reception honoring the Miami Oleh Regel at her home and studio in Herzliah, Israel, on Sunday evening. May, 26. Mrs. Leitersdorf-Simon is seen here with Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, honorary chairman of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization.. A reception of State honoring members of the Miami Oleh Regel will be teiidcieJ by l'rime Minister David Bcn-Gurion as one of a series of special [unctions being prepared in [srae] in anticipation of the oleh Regel arrival. The Miami oleh Regel, reviving tor the first tune in modern history an ancient tradition, will be a pilgrimage t<> Israel under auspices of the Israel Bond Organization for the Shavuol holidays and the celebration of israel's 15th year ol Statehood. The Oleh Regel will depart fiom Miami International Airport on an El Al Boeing 707 .let air liner on Saturday evening, May 25. marking the first time that an El Al (light will land in Miami tor a trip direct to Israel. During the two-week stay in israel, the Oleh Regel members will be feted by Prime Minister Bcn-Gurion and other government leader. They will be .Israelis honored guests from arrival to departure, joining in celebrations with the people of Israel in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv. Haifa, and elsewhere throughout the land at First Aid Course Slated Women's Division of Surfside. Ray Harbor. Bal Harbour Cham her of Commerce, is sponsoring a First Aid course under the super \ision of the American Red Cross. special Oleh Regel functions. One of the momentous, events will be the dedication trf v Gn Miami." Miami Gardens, alop Ml. Carmcl in Haifa. For 'his occasion the new Dan Carmcl Hotel. built by the "Miami Group." U be host to the group at B celebration* I SEE THE dHAMIONS warn Washington Ave. at 13th St., fll.B. ON STAGt Yiddish Sinim Star RALPH SHAYNE Re:!!'-I Singing Star JUDY LEE IE0N SCHACHTER & 01Ttt STEIN and Company in Comedy ON SCREEN MURRAY SCHWARTZ In SHOLEM ALEICHEfWS Immortal Classic "TEVYA and his DAUGHTERS Matinee 55c Evenings SI.05 It's the Best Show Value in Town THE PRICE IS RIGHT A blast of the shiny trumpet will call the nation's leading horses to the post Mau(ra£n I St#nA<>X~ normandie parkway rrTT/.!jii l"*'!*!) 'II !" '*"" T fHt*w^ KCAVM BLVD .. Open t:45 SO MIAMI —U.S. I Open 6:45 MIAMIKACH Open 1:45 Open 6:45 Winner ot 1 Academy Award Nominations MARCELLO MASTROIANNI in "DIVORCE ITALIAN STYLE" .OPENING SATURDAY, MARCH Wi Rehearsing "The Fiddler's Purim," by Ray Cook, for presentation on Sunday morning, as par! of a weekend-long Purim celebration at Beth Sholom, are (left to right) Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mittentag; Pat, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bennett Lee; Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Courshon; Kerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rudt; and the fiddler, Jonathan Oka, son of Mayor and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. At the piano is Cantor David Conviser, of Temple Beth Sholom, who is directing and producing the presentation. %  -. OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI Announcing its Twenty-third Season in 1964 PRESENTS LAKME (by Delibes) with the leading stars of the Grand Opera Paris MADY MESPIE, Soprano M. GABRIEL BACQUIER, Baritone ALAIN VANZO, Tenor JANUARY 20, 22 and 25, 1964 AND LELISIR D'AMORE (by Donizetti) WITH FERRUCCIO TAGLIAVINI, Tenor MARIA DALLA SPEZIA, Soprano SALVATORE BACCALONI, Baritone FEBRUARY 17, 19 and 22, 1964 (i ORDER MEMBERSHIPS NOW CALL FR 3-5967 FR 1-5153 t. the breathtakingly beautiful STARLIGHT ROOF* PENTHOUSE SUPPER CLUB One of America's Smartest Supper Clubs... High atop the DORAL BEACH ... offering an unsurpassed view of the glittering Gold Coast and featuring \ for dancing '•' • tf •y, THRILLS I ONLY MAJOR LEAGUE JAI-ALAI! WORLD'S FASTEST SPORT1 FOR RESERVATIONS: FT. IAUDERDALE AND HOLLYWOOD MIAMI Wl 5-4345 BUSES: MIAMI, MIAMI BEACH FR 3-6371 Admission from 50/ BANIA JPALACEtf; MTALAI Wnp'in-*; MOST RFAUTIFUL PARIMUTUEL SHOWPLACE FREDDY MARTIN "Ms singing saxaphone and his world-famed orchestra 'elightful dining in a sumptuous setting with Freddy Martin providing the musical backdrop to an exciting panorama of sea and sky Reservations suggested: Benni-JE 2-3600 m 905 nm BEACH HOTEL o ON THE OCEAN AT 48th 6TREET MIAMI BEACH '."." %  U.S. 1 at Dania Post Time 7:35



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7=ce 3-A *Jemist fkrrMtt Friday. March 8. L-.; "ME AMI" ENTHUSES SO. FLORIDA JEWISH LEADERS "CONTINUE TO BUILD "-URGES MENDEL N. FISHER = PrtjeMMI or the JS= C:---: :* 0"*J-*V j— ;_;— •-57KC; N : sn*' Leo*J. E ; i and M-s. E Ha SiSettee* Sa-2 S-e--z*preeiwaeel of •-< Met • : %  M i— :ii:a-C It. "rt <>=i.S= ear*' -,ME5 MAY, Past President of the Zionist Organization of A--: -:.-:-s Leon J. Ell at the "Man of the Month Brv-ch on 17 1963 at the Fo"tainebleau Hotel. Left to right: Zev W • ::JJNF rarer. Leon J. Ell .President of the JNF of Greater w j_ w .. _,. May an( j Mendel N. Fisher, retiring national JNF Sit;..* D i: '--LECN J ELL. Present of the JNF o* Greater Miami preser-fs the 'Me ASe-*er To'ah to RIMI Da>d Shapiro of Tempie Seaai Hollywood. Fla.. who 'n his capacity as President o the RaaCtnieai Association of Greater Miami will oes.gra-e tS rotation of the Ho-y Scroll to the a'>ovs congregahom m Greater Mia — :=: CAT :• : = s = ^:s =5 C<= ME AMI TORAH at the Rab*>s and Pres dents _. %  -:-;:*• j ;%  | -:•M Feo. 25, 1963. Mendel N. Fisher Arch •ect a-c ; :-:• — .S= :• ii ca ce sen's Me Ami Tcrah to Leon J.E P-es.se-" :—* .* iSr:-i F-ic Council of Greater Miami. Loofcinj o" Ml •: ;-• M:: ~ I : 5-JI-: P-esident of the Rabbinical Association o' 3-*a--• ij-c •: --.a car*of Temple Sinai o' Hollywood. Fla.. Zev \n •>• -:>--9 iz i' : •: e •=;:-:* —s :••—e Me Aii* ~t— z 5 i-. E "ecetx ti Ke. 5: : '.= •: i.M : = .: = ::; >, ,:,.: ::;-;;-:r.• =r-iea := ao || : : ; -%  ;-;-• .:--.-_ Ber—a. :; =-; ; *^e .s= Ceam .-BrveAe* Mieaw lirrii s F she*e<-4f scea Ceie: 1 "< n ~t g :- n eal e ee HsW ea Feet. !H3. w H —e direct from Isreef <* erre ie*ef P'9re Reeort an -Urn AJB.. Left to rieM: Zar W. Ke*n, JNF 'e*der: Raaiw. MeyeAavamowm Pres-dert a* the JNF Southeast ftejaon: Leon J. E. Pres-dent e* the JNF se G-ea?er Miami, and Menoc. S Fsner ART.AL VfEW OF GUESTS ,***,-, >NF For-a n*c ,. Hot^ Fefc M 19w Me Ami Amity Celeoration a* the



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%  "fridcv. March 8 1963 %  ** lof#f) /Flmrnrifam Paqe 11-B Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl i. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Men,oia:. (left. discusses with Rabbi Stanley Rabinowitz (right) his lecture on "The Image of the American Jew" at Temple Menarah Social Hall on Monday evening. Image of American Jew' to be Viewed At Great Ideas Lecture Series Monday ludii i it! Great Ideas Lee-' Series. Temple Mcnorah will il Rabbi Stanley Rabinowitz ir a iecture entitled "The image American Jew." under the nsorsttip <• the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith. on Monday evening, in the Temple's Hall Raboi Rabinowitz, who has gain-j id national prominence through hi. rive participation in B'nai B'ritli presently serves as corn ol "he B'nai B'rith Youth 1 Con iittee TRADITIONAL FR1IIAV M %  i: HI V\l<:it &M COMPLIMENTARY WINE Dinner Music By Ray Paul 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Ph MIAMI: Wilson $-6942 c HOLLYWOOD WAbash 3-4631 Judge Milton Friedman, past presidenl of B'nai B'rith. District 5, and a long-time friend of Rabbi Rabinowitz. will be the even Ing'a chairman and present the guest speaker. Rabbi Rabinowitz, in announcing the Monday night lecture, said that '"throughout Jewish history. Jews of various countries have been typed. We speak, for example, of 'Lithuanian Jews,' or Yemenite Jews.' "The burden of the lecture, The Image of the American Jew.' will be to determine whether in the 300-year history of the Jewin America there has in fact de-. veloped an American Jew." Following the lecture, a question and answer period will be led by Judge Friedman. Council Women in Talk Mrs. William I. Brenner, vice president. Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, spoke at the Oneg Shabbat following late services Friday evening at Temple Zamora. Marking Council Sabbath. Mrs. Brenner discussed the contribution to the community of the services given by Council members. THE LERNERS established In 1945 Jewlih-Ameckew WORLD RENOWNED Calsfaw JE 1-3987 MIAMI FACIUT.ES BEACH FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. 'pesfaurant DINNERS SERVED DAILY ROUND THE WORLD DINING: For the finest viands from many lands, both near and far, you don't have to climb aboard a globe-girding Jet. Just park yourself at a table at any one of many restaurants in the Greater Miami area, and you'll find most any exotic dish you're seeking. For instance, at the RoneyPlaza Jardin Suisse, you'll lick your chops twice-over when you glimpse, and then taste, the fine array of French-Swiss pastry and other light, fluffy and oh-so-delicious dishes. For truly fine Italian din.'ng, hie yourself to Victor Bidone's smart De Continental on Bay Harbor Island. But first make a reservation, to be sure of prompt seating. Everything's cooked to order. If you've seen "Mutiny on the Bounty." you'll appreciate South Pacific, the famous Polynesian restaurant on U.S. 1. adjacent to Hollywood Dog Track. The girls there are as appealing as those lush Tahitian beauties who made the sailors on the "Bounty" go native. French dining at its superlative best is the boast of Maxim's in Surfside. The plush dining room, now under the able management of Andre Pascal, is a gourmet's haven. Almost every Purim Ball Set At Beth Jacob Beth Jacob Purim ball and banquet will be held on Sunday. Mar. 10 at the Deauville Hotel. The 6 p.m kosher dinner will be fol-1 lowed by a program of Interns tional entertainment. Proceeds will go to the scholarship fund, which enables needy children to receive a religious education. Chairman of the dinner, which Will also honor the congregation beard of directors, will be Miami Beach Councilman Marcie Lib| erman, assisted by Sam Schwartz, Ben Cohen, Vice Mayor Malvin Englander, Beach Councilman Bernard Frank, and Ben Gaines. Officers are Morris B. Frank. president; Aaron Lerner and Morris Krevat. vice presidents; Liberman, treasurer; Harvey Tendler and Louis Baida, secretaries. Rabbi Tibor Stern is spiritual I leader of the congregation, and [ Mrs. Max Thurston is president of the Sisterhood. CAESAR FORGE Gourmet Club also serving FINE LIQUORS CHARCOAL BROILED; CORNISH HENS STEAKS LAMB CHOPS CHICKEN RESIN IAKI0 POTATB %  ',! Ctapltttlv ..'/. AIR CONDITIONED Mr. La Pena PHONI CE 5-0123 „ CORALREEf PR 467AV£SW night, you'll recognize one or more of the many celebrities who frequent the spot. Authentic German cuisine is always found at the Hotbrau House in Hallandale. When it comes to Sauerbraten. there's no other restaurant that turns it out better or more deliciously. Al ways tops in seafood, and also your favorite American dishes. For Prime Ribs. America! Style, thick, juicy slabs, head fo King Arthur's Court ii Miam Springs. From the Bench it" just a lew minutes away over the Julia Tu.'.e Causeway. Hungarian dishes, like fricasee'd spacial't'cs, or goulash, are tas'v en tin-i <-• the long-established Beach Royal Hungarian Restaurant, en Washington Ave. Jewish-American cuisine you'l: find at the famous Rosedale. on Fifth St.. in Miami. It's open for lunch and dinner, every day of the week. For a unique treat, both in setting and menu planning, there's nothing to compare to colorful Black Caesar's Forge. Just check the map in the ad. and you're there in no tim; to savor thick, juicy charcoal-broiled steaks, with luscious resinbaked potatoes. And ore oi the nest known res taurants of them all is the Famous, operating under the able guidance ol the Lerners for years, anil serving Jew. ish-American full course dinners that have been the talk of the Beach, since 194e~ You don't have to go around the world to find (he best tool in the world. It's hight here, in ample array, in Greater Miami. ON THIS WEcK'S SPOTLIGHT: Versatile vocalist Raout J. Shorr will head the stage presentation at the Cinema Variety and Yiddish-American Theatre beginning Friday. Appearing with Shorr will be the scintillat ing comedienne Judy Lee and the comedy antics of Leon Schachter and Gitel Stein. Thousand Clowns Due at Playhouse \ Thousand Clowns." the Broadway comedy smash that re• iewers unanimously hailed as having "a thou-and laughs." will add a few thousand more when Jack Carter opens in the starring role on Tuesday at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Coming in on the heels of the record breaking four-week run of Pa !dy Chayefsky's "The Tenth Man," "A Thousand Clowns" brings with it a lightning change of pace and a performance by comedian Carter predicted to be among the most brilliant of his career. Produced by Zcv Bufman and Stan Seiden. the long-running Broadway hit comes in with a strong cast of top Broadway actors. Featured are Penny Fuller, of Lillian Hellman's prize winning play, "Toys in the Attic." and Dom De Luise, the comedy lead of "Little Mary Sunshine." ONE OF THE WORLDS FINEST EATING PLACES THAT YOU CAN GIT A COMPLETE DIDJANOWE • BREAKFAST From $ .75 • LUNCHEON ..From $1.50 • DINNER F rom $3.25 a — and inacki for tvn leu FREE VALET PARKING AT FB JARDIN sm§§E RONEY PLAZA HOTEL • 23rd Street and Collins Avenue on the Ocean • Miami Beach OANCINf t t I 4IMTU cXCtPi SUNPii nj COVtl Nv. MIM JjL rSowtl) (ftscific kjf POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT and GARDENS PHONES MIAMI FR 14479 FT. LAUD HLWD. 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Page 4-B vJenisti Fk>ridHann Friday. March 8, 1 963 •SVt[> VOCATIONAL AID AGENCY LAUDED Rabbi Shapiro on Rotii ".* Rabbi Norman N Shaitin. Mayors Proclaim ORT Day' 1963 Hereto W* ; ror; over WGBS on Sunday 5 TOR OTHER PHOTOS PC. 9 B; PC. JOB %  m ; 9:45 a.m. %  w %  r / £ ORT Mayor Kenneth Oka changes Lincoln Road Mall to ORT Mall in honor of ORT Day, 1963. Left to right are Mrs. Paul Taylr, vice president, Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter; Mrs. William Fishman, president; Region vice president and ORT Day chairman, Mrs. Jacob Glassman; Mayor Oka; Region vice president, Mrs. Florence Kupperman; and Biscayne Chapter vice presidents, Mrs. Joseph Weiss and Mrs. A. Charles Rueger. afiL w*m n* sf Mayor Robert Kinq High, of Miami, changes Biscayne Blvd at NE 5th St.. to ORT Blvd., in honor of ORT Day 1963. Left to right are Southeast Florida Region officers: Mrs. Harold Schneider, executive committee chairman; Mrs. Jacob Glassman vice president and ORT Day chairman; Mayor High; Mrs.' Harry Rosenblatt, president; and Mrs. Florence Kupperman vice president. Appe-teasing Watch your appetite! Here comes Vita Herring, marinated to tease, tempt, beguile. Start your next meal with a herring appetizer; or make it the main course for a meatless meal that is deliciausly different. It's ready to serve right from the jar; featured in food store refrigerated cabinets. VITA HERRING Mayors throughout Dade County have i>ue.l proclamations declaring "ORT Day' in the Greater Miami area and naming the principal i thoroughfares in their community ORT St.. or Blvd.. during the week' Mar. 5 in honor of Women's American ORT. The women are celebrat-1 ing ORT Day 1963 to review the achievements of the organization which. I as the world's largest voluntary vocational training agency, gives voca-J tional education to impoverished and uprooted Jews throughout the world. Temple Israel Tour of Europe and Israel Is Now Open to Non-Members Here TETUY TEA ii's Temple Israel's tour of Israel and Europe has been opened to the public as the result of revised charter regulations by the State of Israel, it was announced this week by Mrs. George Graham, president of the Sisterhood, which is sponsoring the tour. The 28-day trip will begin and end in Miami on a direct through flight to Israel on July 2 and return by way of Paris on July 30 with stops in Rome. Vienna and Copenhagen, in additon to Israel and Paris. Highlight of the Israeli tour of nine days will include festivities In connection with the dedication of the Jerusalem School of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and several other parties arranged through Uie Temple. The new regulations, just approved by the Israeli GovernI ment. permits other than Temple i Israel members to take advantage; 1 of the special rates arranged for the tour. "We feel there are many others | in the Greater Miami area who ', would like to visit Israel, but who, have been unable to do so because! of the cost involved.'' Mrs. Grah am said. "This will be their opportunity. to do so with a compatible group, and to have first class and de luxe accommodations at the same time. The fines! hotels in Israel, including the new Dan-Carmel, and in Europe have been reserved for the Temple Israel tour." Inquiries should be made not 1 later than Mar. IS at the Temple Israel Office, where the complete itinerary may be obtained, A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1S37 Yea, (toe's Yoea TOT spirit I* tfcia Mi era.. ."favor crashed* for fullest strength and sriau* kuloa ... richer taste and p\cu. •re with your fleishig* ,„d soilchigs aod beiweca saeai refreshment... Vv VEGETARIAN BEANS ,N TOMATO SAUCE *J V<4K/£rU r S Hj ^INZCa PITTSBURGH.* *tt U.S. •AT.Offc Wife-saver. If y were to m£Z&£ZZ^< !" **" **> In Uirrt sun: 7 a -— •... bto**: ,„. In4, luluoi 16o ,. -^tow,. FamUy -^ZX^^szz^



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March 8, 1963 #*-# %  Ffir\ri'ifii^1iin Page 11-A Lawyers Invited To Meet Jurists \ Abbott and Miami City usionel Sidney Aronovifz ,. invited leading members ot ,'l'u Uy Division to meet ik, special guests of honor, juajThomas H. Barkdull. Jr., Th 1 :District Court of Appeal.: .,,, idue William A. Herin, Curcul ourt Judge, on Tuesday. Tv cocktail and dinner party I will be held at the Abbott home.; 1294 Nautilus Dr., Miami Beach. as one of a series ef important jvents sponsored by the division on .-half of the 1963 Combined jew i Appeal. Hie two leading jurists have also; been ..etive in the health and wel-; la r> •roi>lems of the Greater Miami ommunity. fcitisTing Aronoviti in the csmpeH •* *• Lawyers Divis,-ior. which hat held several suc*ci• •• JI events including a brunch ,. Hw home of Judge Irving C,[Mi and a dinner party at the ht.-T of Martin Fine, ar* Melvyn F'.-ikes. chairman of Miami Bench Attorneys, and Robert T-ijrig chairman of Miami Atto"i-/s Brickman, Bernard JacI Richard Stone, associate ol the Lawyers Division •( inking closely with the ittorneye by inviting take part in the many act planned by the division. lovitz announced that "this one of the prime events in th( ...i yers Division participan the Silver Anniversary Jewish Appeal camhonoring the 25th anniversarii of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the United Jew Appeal. Purim Program On Television Morton Malavsky, spin r of Israelite Center. -ion chairman of the -r Miami Rabbinical Assn.. %  i nt a Purim program on Small Voice" this Sunm., over Ch. 7. Topic w Purim and the Religious mework." ting will be members Israelite Center Religious Ity and the children's ted by Mrs. Ray Bcr teacher at the Cenn %  01 5cl IDS! I lei %  th< pn %  v ritti PI 5 [hci • •• I nis Stuarie! | ith ale: the show, students of Sunday School will • "Purim at the Movies" in icial hall. The play was n and directed by Mrs. Zisman, assisted by the Lured in the cast are DenSihermen, Linda Fisher. : Marcus, Kevin Ben, Har'erez. Cherly Friedman, Judalavsky and Sylvia Rosen-1..1H will be concluded with tume parade and traditional nmenti served by the Dora Sisterhood. Ckaim Greenberg I Branch Function Green Branch of Poale ill hold a cultural evening Parband Center, 942 WashI'ngt Ave on Thursday, Mar. 14. Spi i.il portion of the program jwil; ....roiiducted bv Jacob Fish ["J Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, conh'll' in the Bureau of Jewish [Education, will be chairman of the I'lir,,,,,, Gu,^t speaker will be Rabbi I' a vi '' Shapiro, spiritual leader of Sinai of Hollywood, and K* enl ol the Greater Miami I 1 ""' ucal Assn. 'emple B'nai Abraham %  Purim services to be held l the newly-organized Temple na. Abraham, 387 NE 167th St., i begin Friday evening when till *•">. Nathan H." ZwiVman's serhe u'" be *' Purim —Warning to \ j*Mans of our own Day." BBJJ 0 w,n host the 0neg GEORGE HOLLAHAN INTRODUCED THE PRIMARY LAW TO CONTROL HATE BOMBERS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA 1M Pol. Adv.



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Friday, March 8, 1963 *VlN#jft #*or/fefte>i7 Page 9-A PACKED MEETINGS GREET REPORTS ON "ME AMI #/ 'v. ?fe>** %..^r > llONGRP 5 lei Voi e H r reft I "the Fo und. T at the Fc 31 which M m MAN EMANUEL CELLER lirman of the Judiciary Cor of Representatives, Wash's attorneys on the imporjitclation for the Jev/ish Nae cccas-on was an Attorneys ntainablaau Hotel on Feb. 20, -...el N. F.sher, guest speaker, emphasized role Attorneys can play in securing a reservoir of future funds for the JNF reclamation piogram of the land of Israel. Left to right: Zev W. Kogan, JNF lead?r; Congressman Emanuel Cellar; Dr. Irviryi Lohrman, Chairman of Foundation for JNF in Florida; Mendel N. Fisher; and Leon J. Ell, President of the JNF of Greater Miami. 4i |TIAL VIEW OF guests attending mass Jewish National Fund Zionist Organcf America "Me Ami Amity Celebration" at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Feb. 1963 u &hr_ 3LLYWOCO, FLORIDA PLEDGES to establish Hollywood Section in "Me i." Israel, of JNF Celebration in Temple Beth Sholom, Hollywood, on M24, 1963. Left to Right: Jack Harrison, Zionist Leader; Zev W. Kogan, *? Leader; Rabbi David Shapiro, President of the Rabbinical Association Greater Miami, and spiritual leader of Temple Sinai, Hollywood; and ^el N F.sher,. Guest Speaker and Builder of the JNF of America. WM IS AND PRESIDENTS participating in "Me Ami" Torah Dedication Ceremonies Lol n S H0,el Feb25 1963 Those P artici P** in 9 were: Rabbi Herschel Brooks, h P H tamora; R ^l>l>' Jonah E. Caplan, Arfath Yeshurun Congregation; Rabbi and Iki.: %  "I*" Gros *Tifereth Jacob; Rabbi Maurice Klein, Sauthwest Jewish Center; tnpk* Kneseth Israel; Rabbi Lehrman, Temple Emanu-EI; Rabbi Lowey, bb p k ,i; Rabb Mach,ai < Temple B'nai Sholom; Rabbi Rackovsky, Beth Tfilah; wish r ade He '9 nts Jewish Center; Rabbi David Rosenfeid, Fiagler-Granada "-enter; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Beth II; Rabbi David Shapiro, Hollywood Tem" a ; Ral >bi Sherwin Sfauber, Young Israel of Greater Miami; Rabbi Henry Wer' e 1 re,h Israel Northside Jewish Center. Congregation president-, were: Mr. ht D i* bner Beth El Congregation; Mr. Louis Dublin, Kneseth Israel; Mr. Max ton Mil US Zionis,$ Hapoel Mizrachi; Mr. Samuel H. Lubell. Temple Sinai; Mr. "and r Soo,nwest Jewish Center. Organizational presidents were: Mrs. Joseph j "" %  Henr 'etta Szold-Hadassah; Minnie Cohen, Harmony B'nai B'rith; Leon J. LT 1 !" National Fund Council; Mrs. Manuel Feierman, Shaloma Hadassah; Ezra L Bra ndeis Zionist District; Sam Jackson, Bialik Farband; Mrs. Meyer Kahn, IhiR USokin < Pres.), Golda Meir Pioneer Women; Mrs. Sylvia Katz, Halikvah Mizit. p V J Krantx ("epr. Mr. I. Kramer, Pres.), Beth Tfilah Congregation; Mrs. J. toneer Women Club I; Mr*. Ida Liftman, Pioneer Women Club 2; Mrs. Sophie Kmneret Mixrachi; Mr. J. Z. Stadlan, Histadrut; Mrs. Ruth Wagner, Tikvah Women; Dr. S. Wilensky, Poale Zion. fntz, p ger JEWISH NATIONAL FUND "ME AMI CELEBRATION" at Beth Torah Congregation in North Dade, Florida on Feb. 26, 1963. Left to right: Abraham J. Gitlclson, Educational Director; Zev W. Kogan, JNF leader; Tova Ronni, guest artist; and Mendel N. Fisher, National JNF leader and guest tpeaktr. BRANDEIS ZIONIST DISTRICT hosts over 500 Zionists at JNF-ZOA mass "Me Am Amity Celebration" on Feb. 21, 1963 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Brandeis, Miam Beach and Miami-Gables Zionist Districts and their leadership pledge continued sup port and co-operation in the building of "Me Ami" in Israel. Left to right: Zev W Kogan, JNF leader; Leon J. Ell, President JNF Council of Greater Miami, Ezra Fine gold. President, Brandeis ZOA District; Mortimer May, Past National President of ZOA; Mendel N. Fisher, guest speaker and retiring National JNF Executive Director; and Tova Ronni, "Songbird of Israel," guest artist. PARTIAL VIEW OF JNF CELEBRATION in Hollywood, Florida, at Temple Beth Sholem on Feb. 24, 1963. JNF ATTORNEYS LUNCHEON at Fontainebleau Hotel on Feb. 20, 1963. Partial view of Attorneys participating. Those attending were: Judge Frederick Barad, John E. Bassett, Judge Jason Berkman, Stanley Caidin, Alvin S. Cawn, Mrs. Edith Held Cocper, Cecelia Coopersmith, Diana Coopersmith, Harry L. Cypen, Judge Irving Cypen, Jay Dermer, Leon J. Ell, Donald Farber, Joseph Ferrara, Hyman Galbut, Abraham Grunhut, Alfred Kreisler, Paul Kwitney, Walter H. Lebowitz, Gershon Miller, Walter Pesetsky, Melvin Richard, Harold Rosen, Monte Rosenberg, Barrett Rothenberg, Michael H. Salmon, Arnold I. Schcr, Leonard Selkowitz, Harold Shapiro, Herbert Shapiro, Myron Shapiro, Robert L. Shevin, Norman F. Solomon, Harold B. Spaet, Harry Zukernick. I



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Page 14-B vjewist Fhridian Candidates Eye Seats In Tuesdays Runoff Dade County goes to the polls for the runoff Tuesday in which local candidates are seeking to win 12 new House seats and one new Senate seat. Following is a listing of some of the candidates on the ballot: La* WiM*nborn Running in the Group 4 race for State Legislature, Lee Weissenborn pledges 'to carry on and continue the unfinished fight for a legislature reapportioned primarily on the basis of people rather than on the basis of counties."! The candidate also believes that "Dade County's increased representation can and should mean that we will have a stronger and, more effective voice in our State Government." • • Bernard Barman North Miami Beach Councilman Bernard Berman is endorsed in his campaign for State Legislature. Group 10. by the Dade County Federation of Labor and the Democratic Assn. of Hialeah All Florida League. An Air Force Major Ret.. Berman is director of Tri-County League, and former Assistant At-1 torney General. He has pledged to "aid senior citizens, reduce insurance rate-, increase school benefits and veto sales tu)c on food or medicines." Louis Wolfson Fourth generation Floridian., Louis Wolfson. Group 13 candidate for Legislature is offering "stronger leadership and representation, equalized tax loads, new roads and increased financial support for tourism, light industry and the new job openings they will pro-; vide." The 35-year-old Wolfson, execu1 tive vice president of Wometcoj Enterprises. Inc.. is a member of the board, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce; director, Miami Beach Taxpayers Assn.; chairman, Miami Beach Civic Affairs Committee; and member Civic League ol Miami Beach. George L. Hollahan Presently serving in the Florida House, George L. Hollahan is a candidate for State Senator. Rep. Hollahan boosters remind the voters that "he is the man who introduced and passed the primary laws to control hate bombers in the State of Florida." a c F. A. "Mike" Calhoon Realtor F. A. "Mike" Calhoun is a candidate for State Legislature in Group 7. A member of the Dade Zoning and Tax Boards. Calhoun says he will fight "to protect Da'e homes and improve government." John B. Orr, Jr. Veteran State legislator John B. Orr, Jr.. enters the race in Group 9 for a seat in the House of Representatives with four years service in the State capital behind him. Member of a pioneer Dade County family, Orr's platform stresses "higher quality education; more equitable distribution of gas tax dollars: further extension and improvement of the state's mental health facilities, and severance tax on special interests." • Jess Yarborough Candidate for the legislature, zoning consultant Jess Yarborough, is a former county commissMembers of the cost of the opera, "Bar Kochconcert form, is under the direction of Ben ba," which will be presented Saturday evenYomen, with Mrs. Margaret Yomen as picking, Mar. 16, at Miami Beach Auditorium. The ist. The event will mark the tenth annwer. Avrohom Goldfaden score, to be presented in sary of the Miami Beach Community Singers. TO MY MANY FRIENDS Thank you for putting me in the run-off — your vote is needed again — Please vote on March 12th — "HAL'' KRAVITZ. STATE REP. GROUP 5 —Pd. Pol Adv. ioner and former member of the Dade School Board. A graduate of Clemson 'College, Yarborough was director of pubI He welfare for the City of Miami I from 1946 to 1948. He has been • president of the Florida Coaches Assn., the Florida County Commissioners Assn., Florida Advisory | Council for County Legislation, and the Orange Bowl Committee. John McLeod In his bid to be elected State Senator. John McLeod promises to fight lor S10.000 Homestead exemption at age 65." Declaring that the "State wants to put sales tax on groceries," McLeod will "stop the food and drug tax," and reassessment via the Legislature." W. L. Philbrick A Dade County resident since 1919, W. L. Philbrick. chairman and founder of Philbrick Funeral Homes, seeking a seat in the Legislature, believes that "Dade County has ample legal representation, the people need a successful business man for their Representative." Founding president. Children's Hospital, now Variety Children's Hospital, the native Floridian is an honorary member, Miami Police Benevolent Assn.; and Chamber of Commerce, Miami-Dade, Coral Gables. So. Miami, Hialeah. Miami Shores. • David L. Brower Candidate for legislature in Group 14, David L. Brower, president of Brower Press, believes "legislating for the State of Florida is big business, therefore successful businessmen should have a strong voice in representing the people of this multi-million dollar concern." The 31-year-old native Miamian who received his education in Dade County schools, is active in both the Senior and Junior Cham : bers of Commerce of North Miami. >> Mary Arm Mac Kanzi* Former school teacher now practicing law with her husband in Miami, Mary Ann Mae Kenzie is a delegate for a seat in the House ot Representatives, Group 7. She serves as legal advisor to the Dade County Juvenile Council and to the teen-age planning council being formed by" delegates from all Dade High School*. She • is 1963 area chairman. Variety Children's Hospital Development Fund, and Mother's March of Dimes, and is a member Miami Dade County Chamber of Commerce and Florida Assn. oi Women Lawyers. Murray H. Dubbin Murray II. Dubbin, native Miamian, candidate for stat) l( Hire. Group 6, declarethat if elected "I will work lor ,i statesponsored agencj to r< adjust and place Dade's refugee population." A practicing attorney. Dubbin was special counsel to the Dade County legislative delegation at Tallahassee last year and also served as a special assistant attorney general during 1962 "I will," says Dubbin, "channel my efforts into measures lor the betterment of all people j n Dade, and give the tourist industry whatever aid it need* to str ; :a te it to new heights." Maxina E. Baker C, Active in the League of \ omen Voters for many year-. Maxmp E. Raker is now a candidate for State liepresentative in Group 14 \ long time observer of Legislature in Tallahassee. MiBaker is an ictive civic worker and set ecretary and mem I of • ginal Metro CharterBoard Edward Brigh?m Member of the law firm < £:. % %  ham and Denee. • <. %  ard ham's platform bid : >r the 12 seat in the Stat< Legis il includes "a fair civil service plan for all public employees, rigid economy and hone:> in Continued on Following Pags ****+****+*.* *-^-* + -fc***-*****-*-**-l^-**-*i<* %  9? turn David ELDREDGE AN EXPERIENCED LEGISLATOR" GROUP 1 LEVER 3-A i •: \ &f ^Jf****^^***********!*.***^*^.********-*)* DR. FRANK E. GRAY, JR. CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN ANNOUNCES THE RELOCATION OF HIS OFFICE TO 16511 N.E. 6th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI BEACH Tel. 945-8021 BY APPOINT/WENT FHA—VA RESALES IN PERFECT CONDITION DADE & BROWARO COUNTY From $150.00 down $50.00 Mo. 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"Jewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and" THE JEWISH WEEKLY ,;ame 36 Number 10 Miami, Florida. Friday. March 8. 1963 Two Sections — Price 20 ADL Joins Nat'l. Budget IReview Body [UEW yoRK-(JTA> — The AntiL, i on League ot B'nai RVith I.. joined in the cooperative bud I i. \ .w process of the Large |ity Budgeting Conference, it was' HHinced this week by George I i ii, chairman of the L''BC. [Welcoming the ADL on behalf of I community welfare funds hat make up the LCBC. Michelf ended the League lor f.. ,, and statesmanlike dec'i In to participate with 13 other fctional and overseas agencies In hi i operative review process." L, | s a (i thai the necessary luriii"i \DL's program and budmliated promptly. "Re!'• will be issued." he said, "as f,|. the analysis are completed ml specific recommendations will iily after thorough coy % %  studj." The LCBC was established in Il948. Participation of the memIber communities ar.d cooperating Iratic-ial and overseas agencies I voluntary. Recommendations |c the LCBC are advisory in naContinued on Page 3-A Supreme Court Reserves Opinion on School Prayer J^k> JUDGE GOLDBERG ... o hi-ihcr purpose WASHINGTON—(JTA)—The United States Supreme Court, after two days of hearings, took under advisement this week the issue of whether classroom use of Bible reading and recital of the Lord's Prayer violated the Constitution. A decision is expected before the close of the current Supreme Court term in June. The issue involves two cases appealed from State courts in Maryland and Pennsylvania. A total of (!6 Jewish organizations, acting as "friends cf the court." had intervened, holding that such public school exercises were iinconslitutional. Attorneys-general of 19 states argued o:< the other side. 600000 CASES TO BE ADJUDICATED Claims Conference Calls on Bonn To Aid More Victims of Nazism NEW YORK — (JTA) — The the enactment of basic amend Conference on Jewish Material ments to the German indemnifi Claims Against Germany, meeting eation law "which are long overhere Sunday, appealed by formal due." The resolution expressed resolution, directly to the C.ovthe hope that the German Govern eminent and Parliament of the ment would bring to the closing West German Federal Republic, chapter of the indemnification to redress injustices to victims of program "the same degree of unNazi persecution, and to speed understanding it showed id making the Luxembourg Agreement and VIOLENT DENIALS OF GUILT REPEATED Pravda and Izvestia Print Russell's Letter to Nikita LONDON (JTA) — In an un•economic crime" show trials. :.,l move indicating to Mr. Khrushchev's reply cited the I here the extreme sensiSoviet constitutional guarantees Lit) ol highest Soviet author.of freedom for all religious "cult. „ insisting that Jews and others who to Western criticisms ot tin ,_._., „„. nrn j in rtpath were in enacting the original legislation for .indemnification." The Step was taken at the openII g session of a two-day meeting, attended by more than 40 Jewish leaders from North and South America. Europe, Israel. Australia and South Africa. They represented 23 national and worldwide Jewish member organizations ot the Claims Conference, and they will decide tomorrow on the allocation of S10.000.000 scheduled to be received this year. Henry W. Sawyer, an attorney representing a Unitarian coup'e, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schempp, who have two children in Abington High School in Pennsylvania, maintained that the Pennsylvania law that permits Bible reading was just as unconstitutional as the New York State Regents Prayer banned by the Suoreme Court last year. Attorney Philip H. Ward, representing the Abinqton Township School District, sought to convince the skeptical justices that Bible reading in Pennsylvania was for "moral" rather than religious purposes. LSSI! "s policy of anti-Semitism. two leading newspapers at weekend printed in full the i v ol letters on the Russ Ion-Jewish problem between Lord Bert I Russell, the Britsh Philophi i. and Prime Minister Nikis Khrushchev. Built Pravda, the official organ il the Communist Party of the tssi; and Izvestia. the official > ol the USSR Government, %  print. %  : Lord Russel's letter seek| |iclemency for Jewish victims sentenced to death during the %  Sovcl Union's recent wave of 1 had been sentenced to death were punished only because they were economic criminals." Soviet sensitivity on the issue was seen here as illustrated in another example. Yesterday's "Daily Mail" carried a two-page advertisement, paid for by the Russian authorities, reporting the fell text of Mr. Khrushchev's speech at an election meeting last week. In that text, the Premier was quoted as referring to the main subject of which he toucher 1 in his reply to Lord Russell. Dr. Nahum GoWmann, presiContinued on Page 7-A Justice Arthur .1. Goldberg interjected thai "thi Bible, it anything, is the greatest religious document the world has ever had. But you read it net for what it is but for something else." Justice Hugo L. Black commented that the most productive years ol Christianity were enjoyed when the Govern ment did not enforce religion, while Christianity's worst years occurred Continued on Page 10-A Orthodox Grocer Held Guilty Of Violating Sunday Blue Laws NEW YORK — (JTA) — Charles | the state law, announced immePam. the Orthodox Jewish grocer j di.tely it woul dappe.l the de, ,, eUlan to the U.S. Suoreme Court in Brooklyn who is challenging dial Is the New York state Sunday closing law. was found guilty this week by Judge Herman Weinkrantz. in Brooklyn Criminal Mr. Khrushchev mentioned that Court, of selling a can of tuna and a jar of baby food on a Sunday during prohibited hours. He was lined 15 and given a suspend he had received a letter from a Soviet citizen in Turkmenia. asking him to intercede in the case w


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Page 16-A ImittfkrHiir Friday. March Question Of NATO Weapons By MAX LERNER New Cantor at Temple Zamora children, Glenn 9. Em, Ilobert 5. Par;The beginning of wisdom in understanding the European scene today is to note how rapidly the axiof empha.-iha> nnmf from I problems of the Common Maiket to the quest ir.r. o: vieaponlor NATO Momentarily the %  ttenttOB of Europtil fixed on the r ioa of Livine.-tor. Merchant, the able Stare Department career office' recalled to h. \ice at a difficult time, wbo hacome here to ian reaeta a to proposal for a multinational NATO deterrar.t force It lprerow that -he DeGaulle move to exclude the B trom the Common Market araj only the opening gun of the Battle ol' Europe. Both MacMiliar. ar. is what 'he Merchant mission :about It is also what tb< to Wash. ; the new German Defense Minister, Von Has-el. vaa about. Hun far the net result of DeGaulle's dramatic e in Europe habeen to focus attention on the core problem of the potential French-German axis, and to make West Germany the mo-t wooed nation in Europe today e • • One can set forth quite clearly what cards Kennedy holr 1 in th new encounter, ar.d what cards are azain-t him The bi2 U.S. advantaae lies in the fact that American military strength is a known and concrete entity, while DeGaulleis speculative. DeGaulle ia little Wee the White Rabbit in Alice's Wonderland. ( who wa? behavina in a perfectly intelligible way until he actually tool: a watch out of his waistcoat pocket—and then Alice sat up and paid • attention to him. DeGaulle's nuclear deterrant may be ready.' ahe says, by the end ol the I960's, or 'as Liddel Hart asserts in article widely published in Europe) it may not amount to anything until the 1980The White Rabbit haunaccountabh taken a watch out of his waistcoat pocket, which made everyone sit up and pay attention to him; but no one can say what time the watch keepKennedy kno • 'hat the time element has become the important one in the rivalry f"r German;, and Europe rJence he has Ipei up the American timetable "n a NATO nuclear force Instead oi waiting for the building ol a submarine fleet to earn' the Polaris mi-ile-. the proposal now is to put them on surface vessels, which car be equipped with them Bwiftlt While they will be more vulnerable than the submarines, the point is that they will be mobile and elusive; and they will not be sitting-duck targets for Russian missiles, like the land-bound missile bases now in Europe, which have become archaic because they have for some time been pinpointed tor Russian attack. • • • There are, of course, persistent and bothersome questions about a multi-nation NATO force, whether on land or sea or under, the sea The Germans want to be in on the composition of the crew a fur the missile carriers, and the problems of a functioning multinational and multilingual crew is not easily solved. Then there is the control, question at the top: who will have the power to press the button— the power to decide on whether and when the missiles will be u-ed? Will it be the NATO Supreme Commander, who has been continuously an American general? Or will it be a political NATO command inde pendent of the American military—which would mean a double DUCleai pyramid, one for NATO and one lor America, with cooperation between them? In a recent leading article the French paper, Le Monde (which* has turned closer to DeGaulles foreign policies than it has been in the past), gibes that even the electronic calculators used by the Mi namara Train Trust have not been able to square the circle by giving the answers to these que-tions. The current line of the French For eign Office is that the American proposals are shifting and unstable. so how can Europe put any trust in them? At Washington, in turn. the members of the Joint Congressional committee on atomic energy have had their nationalist hackles raised by the new propo.-al to give nuclear warheads to a NATO force which will be making itown decisions. "We don't feel like proliferating these weapons." lays Sen. George Aiken e • • If you regard what President Kennedy is proposing from the angle of nationalism, whether American or French or German or British, it poses many difficulties, some of them perhaps insoluble. For hireal purpose is a trans-national one. to create a military instrument ol pooled or shared sovereignties. His headaches come from the fact that he continues to use the language and rhetoric of sovereign self-sulficieirl nations in aiming a' .-uch an instrument of shared sovereignty. But on this -core President Kenned) ifar ahead ot President DeGaulle, who not only continues to use the language of nationali-m. but seems also to believe as a fact that Europe can continue to solve its military and political problems on a national basis. Let us Inclear about it: DeGaulle will not admit that nuclear weapons have outmoded the old nation-state system of world polities His com mil inert to a Common Maiket i< less than total, and his notion of a United States of Europe is ot a loose and narrow confederation .Ion,mated by its Franco-German heartland His headacheare far worse than Kennedy s. for he must convince Europe that he has a nuclear force in-being when be doesn't, and he must oppose to the vast economic base both of America and ol l(u--ia the narrow economic base of France alone, since he has not vet won over the German base, and the other Common Market countries are now proving hostile to him. Temple Zamora officials thi? week announced the appointment of Cantor Ben Dickson. Rabbi Her-hei Brooks, spiritual leader, revealed that Cantor Dickson. %  U m r, has sung with leadSe Vork. including EliaConviser. Sholom Secunda. and Samuel Sterner Ca-tor Dickson has also studied voice and theory *t the Amercan Theatre Wing in New Run-Off Hopefuls Invited to Talk Winning run-off candidates have been invited to speak at the nex: jpen met I the Democratic Club of Miami Beach on Wednesday evening in the Sea 1-le Hotel Arrangements chairman for the dub's 11 dinner dance and sh sen duled for the Caril Ion Hotel on Sunday. Mar lo. iV.ally Gluck. president tilt TO OUI I1ADUSI York. Here, in Miami, he has studied liturgical interpretation with Cantor William Lipso". of Beth David Congregation. Cantor Dickson has lived in the Greater Miami area for the past five years. He is married to the former Flora Spector. and the couple live at 344 NW 101st St.. Shores. 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F^ge 14-A Ui^ FhrH*ir Friday. March I .',153 There are All Kinds of Purim Celebrations 5. SAUL CARSON United Nations Oc J'unat. acconkag. to the Talmud, a Jew is "obliged"' to drink so much that be car no longer tell the difference between -Cursed be Haman"' and -Blessed be Mordecai." The Sage*, however, did not foresee Unr.ei NatMH protocol. Here, one tips tbe cocktails with ..•. ca-:ioo—lest Punm kal ail year loag. 1 '.be freqoencv of these paries replete vnh e^e r > thin g from vodka and Carnsel w.ae :: Sckfen : and dry marar.is. FALSE CHARGES Just the same. a*, thai Btaaaa, it is worth recalling *Ju: Pens is the Je ? --: %  :-" •-: r. :.:ii> a festival is :r.:err.i UN ianaK There .? a Spam>h pjrjn and a m :.-.; .:' I'.i .17 :...:•: T -v -.others The Pi %  or Man %  • capital • Shift: • t I converted to Istaai a:: eled grave own former He had reason—be had beer :own"; re he died and left a easiest.:r. a; %  sitting tha" OrfnWe-x Grocer HeW Gwifty Continued from Page 1-A BaBBiCj pro:'e--<.r M Ye-hiva University, testified that, in Jewish trattthm, the sever.:!-.-day Sabbath as regarded as the central point in Jewish life. Rabbi Shi P.abel of Congregation Hapoel Kar : %  { Brooklyn, testified that the defendant was president of the congregation, and attended services every Saturday. false. Purim of Skirai : rites the resakaal dekteraace. Hebron: In Bebroe. under ihe Turk.Bed? pasha had ed that the Jev an eaormocs sum of moce> at Am or death by fire The Jews simply could not raise the sarr tad were reconciled to their fate. But jar. before the expiration of the deadline, a Jewish watcnxaan at the mi gate four sum m a window The cash was turned over to the pasha asd the community was saved Mat had hapcTbe pa-ha himself confessed later that he had placed the money ;•• Be had been -. %  a trees bj Ike Hebrew pa-—•-.•:.--I • i i %  : Jacob—bo warned him c: veaeear.c:i :.t iecree. At Sarboaat r :: :r BB v %  %  I %  %  %  The king s — scrolI Jew : E %  side tke caatafs '.7 % %  : ':'. PURIM OF EDOM We go oc and or. and oc an Egyi ; : .". laiiviai MM 1 ere of Jews, had been assassinated. The Punm of %  %  H to attack A.-;ers ..•.'; large Jewish pcpolatior %  154] What hapai Ike fleet was sank, due to a that took place in wpaww ta prayers :; %  Malawi ':-. Dana A ~ Meat for one of the Iberian ir.. powers Portug-! Mi .eelatrati .-.ch. if suect--:%  ve eadargered Ike % %  *• of the Jews, was defeated in -.57* PURIM im celebrations—named after variouprominent Judeo-German families. OC DFASH I 0*4 ED There are Punm celebra comaaeaaorating similar to escapes front potential koto-' cansts in Frankfurt Germany and in Buda. where Ike Jews reflpec the Turks defeat Chns%>4 There -s a Punm :r_ Florence. Italy ceicM-aUng the delive-ance of the Jea iront aaob attack—a buoop helped that time And there is a Punm ramed after a pirate—a dead one. This fellow, aamec Borg heL threatened to anrahila'e the Jews of Tripoli, back %  someho" a bad < SHERATON SHESATOfMONGSTON HOTEL Business is a pla asu re here in liver* Kingston: %  All aic-<*oditianed %  Balconied guest reams %  Garden swimming pool %  Family Plan %  Conarmed roa m a nd-rate reservations. Just call your travel agent or nearest Sheraton Hotal %  Single rooms from SH.S. Bin Miami call 379-6454 Jlie KJII ii ^_-w-iccrf jt the fliatmi jVorw Jo''or v-Ati\a/i s^cnooi a^itaHntum Caoe B< .d L %  %  f .e Miaan Baacri : ;:j ^>.itiirJ Jif (vMINa, ^ I'.IH7I 16. 1963 ./ S:I5 p.m. '"-' eti :; 366-3233 Dora:$5 DC 2 25 2.50 Ol on Hanoi ;--.?:;:; Cc C' %  Harry Genet C w ; a n Louis nerwirzer A :-:.-%  But the best— be< 1 familiar—of Purims ."V f^-hior.ed one. Ht-rt 'Irirk to the fact tha 1 — when there is notnir.. ent to report—one about Purim. L'chay;: 111 of oldcat %  .. SS ISRAEL & SS ZION SAIL FROM NZW YORK TO ISRAEL' EVERY 3RD FRIDAY AT ONE PM. SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT. %  : ;='-%  = L ::i:i LINESIZZLD'X EEA GUEST... G OZIM .-: %  • .:•---' %  "Win didn't somebody tell me ELAL flies to Europe?" CV2y, so we're telling you. Ew AL I es ncn-stop from New York to Londoi •rd Pars a-d direct to Rome. A'-e..:_ -e ~ Europe you can fly EL AL tc Brusse.s a r ^ Amsterdam and Zurich and Vtenn* z-z %  '.:-. et:. ;0ur stopover pJan iets you hop from crty to city 3!! over the continent.) I-act. ra-i> of our best customers have neve' even been to Israel. (Though they tell us they fee fie t*-ey kaat every t:me they fly EL AL to Europe.) Pe^aps t s t-e sat'sfying little Israeli touches. L •• tre S-a ;,.:_ get when you come aboard and ^-vd. Or. pe'-aps t's a certain feeling of pride that >:. :a:.. get *-er you're flying EL AL .v-a; s :-a:" Vcsay ncbody told you we fly W Istartu. zra Teieran and Athens and Nairobi? Then you ber.er see your travel agent for the full story. ELAL li---• \tS Our Pleasure Is Serving You" South Miami Travel Service -e.5 Answer Your Travel Proble CALL 661-8529 5864 SUNSET DRIVE So. Miami



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Friday, March 8, 1963 *V#PW/$#> inhridliifin Page 3-A ADL Joins Budget Review Unit Continued from Page 1-A tore and each member community determines for itself the extent of its support for the agencies. LCBC reports art distributed to non-member communities by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Cities comprising the LCBC arc Atlanta. Baltimore. Boston. Buffalo. Chicago, Cincinnati. Cleveland. Dallas, Denver. Detroit. Hartford. Houston, Kansas City. Los Angeles. Miami. Milwaukee. Minneapolis. Newark. Philadelphia. Pittsburgh, Rochester. St. Louis, and San Francisco. Irvin R. Schindler, newely-elected president of the Miami Beach Unit of the United Nations Assn., discusses with Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, a member of the board, the Beach Unit's installation dinner set for Mar. 17 at the Algiers Hotel. Mr. and Mrs, Roosevelt will join other board members and officers at the function. Cantor is Named Honorary Chairman Of Kupat Holim Traditional Third Seder Jack A Cantor will be honorary rman for the annual tradition ,,] third Seder celebration of the ss and Professional Council ipat Holim. \\-: Anna Brenner Meyer-. HI oi the council. Wednes%  nounced Cantor's accept• th( post. The third Seder .Mil be held .Saturday night. Apr. • the Fontainebleau Hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish, honorary chairman of the Business and Professional Council, sai.i this week that "we are indeed honored that Jack Cantor has accepted the task ol heading up the traditional third r." Rabbi Kronish, pointing to the medical porgrams of Kupat Holim in Israel since well before statehood days, said that "Kupat Holim serves as a significant springboard for the 15th anniversary celebration of Israeli independence, which will also be marked at the Apr. 13 Seder." JACK CANTOR Cantor, long active here in civic and philanthropic affairs, is an investment banker and insurance executive. 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sv ti h S h ec te P '•i t( J a e c t 1 --s. -. I > Mn i st fkrHior Friday, March 8. 13£; "" Year of Redemption' Opens With $19,750,000 ; |W—I which chievement. • wonderfu' • s fOWtle ?eaee a Tke warkt atkaat a frs-t S-aac* ac aari uitp'frta ISTJ te SM.WM Usrerf Xataaa*. dwia real Saturday aackc -.Sat ktsaary W&B rwr ii tke /Ike _J ** Ml av af kt eaaoas ef tke ir-e warkL r.rk *: 1 • %  •:-.". toa* aka :r::---:. *ad -.Se oca-?r— *-" Rate, m emst sf aaaaar at a ** iptJ Kij %  • .:-i : -" : % %  Dcasoerac) in land iunconminated as yet by political cor: Ghana ha laid, h ^" ;';' ruption or by pressure gru,. the impact Of the DIM :,. r lokUen In theae cow b „. h M Americans and u •ve Uttto -a> rjiia axmbM audier.ee .,1 pur idaro. about their own uov.-rnment and ,. ha ^. rs of i^aei Bonds should be ..-_;_......-' havto be kept under strict eon ,. xtnme ly proud of Israel in net ..".. -.-.. :.. ;. ".. :.: .-,-. train trel to fl* rmj But to "" fifte-n MrtHaji year n^eat by DrM-M Lam Aaaenean students is Ha Knewet ia still supreme. eak J Se**anr net ar t m a t at af iij ( — 2£r: durIsraei Beads, at* "i" •" -14 tke ae£ year, lie at?TT{ at" tke •i tke Braes jtaaar-' %  JM •:s structure with the aid af IVM< Bmda. ad iwiW •W sipwieawo e* Israel H e/ •• %  ajMi *">e n ^da • many •* ,h -• -W yde*iinlB od ruhons "Bn-Ourion f*l himself %  moeh the servant of the Parliament as did Churchill, that other 9reet fifhter in Britain during WerW War II. This obedience to the popular will imposes ddd burdens on Ben-Ourion. But he has succeeded in keeping alive and even developing the pure spirit of democracy in Judge Cypen Comfortable Judee Irving Cypen. of Miami Beach, was resting comfortably Wednesday following surgery at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Judae Cypen na> rushed to Cedars oa Monday night for the emergency removal of his gall bladder. -.;--.. 2 -M-rv. se< ~^* •*• r ; : : s-"H j f i i —; ; -• s=o-^:%  ? :-: %  : %  —i ?* S< — %  : "3*-ae • t •: : >^-yx •"=; THAMKS YOU FOB YOVi WOHDIRfUl SUPP08T. MARY ANN MacKENZIE Group 7 — Lever 12-A • %  IT k TIV/C ATTCRHEY TATlfL ~£*C-E 1 i n i i %  fXSCUf • = CA.> i *-xs a Jtc^-r^e *o-w ~ ~ % %  1 i •*-= %  :: : -.-. : .-.:.: %  '. —%  '. z i -•: :: r 4i %  BBl : I ;z.r-;-: !:•: %  ."%  %  xizs de I aegz inaovs : :i .-> : :r i-i t-> I'-: %  _-; %  !.I : '— :•.• I-• :: i -:.-;: %  1 : : / •. Ice to public!: and sui in lination I %  R( esentatiies. Tht exnal and I meeting so many j'.nt ) flOMDA for STATE „ ELECT RB>BES£MTATTVE GROUP 14 [ FULL ; m IWB125-A! BAKER mazy % %  } %  beat kkaanBj c: tine wwtker. Metre Charter i Tbt Miami hUrald Soy 2 22 63 Groyp 14 MAXIM L BIKTI: in craaLfied ml all candaaatea. Lepalatnre ia Ttlrihaare. T feeaetarr aaa BKmner ef ri BoarA JU Miami Navt Soys 2/24/63 GfOUP 14 E Baaer ... Mrs. Baaer araaabir kawaj aat tke Scare Lepslatatre taaa aaort of tke ml tke Ii^ailrtaji. 5ke Las keea aetrre ia tke Lrara* at* Tanea \otea imr aaaarr rears. *!-. fro/n ly^/fe House to Courthouse VOTE S.O.S. VOTE G.O.P. EleCt.e.e FOR STATE SENATOR Fightingest Candidate G.O.P. Ever Had! AL SCHRADER PULL LEVER 2-ES —Ts:



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ftsoe 4-A > Jtviif fkrHtor Friday. March 1953 fHAT IS the r ^Jewish Floridian OFFICE c-itr xv "'•* KT C__. Q~*. %  ::..-..•< %  -:%  >•y.:rA-m reiervpe Co=uni:xr.,or-s MJZXZL T&7. OB Z. SSOCKT7 Ldr.or a: >_biishe: LEO M2CCJN... Exerutrve Educe %  n H noMnoa JUL to %  >* %  %  BRAE. HUAD Sbersyis :-//*. — Tel ATTT. lead EAT U KNTF.R C rT%**ie um-Mf S*-vi= Wli— E: %  -•• i it • *--•.**<••' %  \M 1 : i—r— %  : %  • •. %  • S-BSCKP" C S A E t : LSM *.**• C"* tS5..3C TW *i-i M X Out o* Tw wp* Wojr? Oiurae 3; rndcv March I I8B3 12 Aa=r 5723 Supreme Court Rolls lip its Sleeves Theit U.S. Supreme Sour BOW feffcbmj t^e gsaMffctja o: re_7-c•.:.-tr.e-s-r. oois under oir^fr a.ecw-_ ;c: te-portrr-.:-.:to c proiies: the: ^c^ rjrecdv reorh.ee wrjie-rier: propcrtn h :• seetr_= tiicr: -_ie rLz-.•'-' nboc la as ananas thai r.-i ion w-se s t c h e : T — — T example .s our vws No* cam* to Mi wtf* fci of AhosucrusState od Flondc %  --..-_ has :€ ad n barfed lo DM Stagnant loH io •_-.* s.-.^ct_i cdtbougi Dad* kto HHM Of a nabonafly-iepaclec case BMri T'" I ll i lin n 10 the :;• pe-o^s emerged ^ a atgamltaaBa victory ;cr_\r %  •CSadOi ;:;:• t*ces ar.d lecchmg here 1 lie 'J3 Supreme Sc usuisequeu'-y tares position favor~--e to those w M oppose re hi the schools, :• will a! leas' ir: %  pfeDl reverse rtse^ on IM Scoempp cae now ui o-aeetjon. "*nen <&a JSgi Cour*. returned tbe case to tne lower court* low time ou:. %  everal of 5*e n-ne justices mode soaj pretrr RnrtLnq state==is by way of cormnemary. T5MI! rougi sailiag u caead seems to be norae out by tne bjaer puhbc debate that bos al-eady emerged from the Supreme Court deLber ations. wWk the lines oi oppositjon not entirely drawn be*ween the popu^arJv-conce.-ved -oeral and conservative wings of the court. Basic Rights of a~Nazi The actvuies of the American Nazi Party -. M-ccm. rcse or: mteresting OOMSOBL Wben does c commur„Ty drew dM 1-r.e _-. DM ~~'"-" %  "MMrtlMK is tee right, for example, to freedom of speech and 'peaceable OMMafebiyl The Metro Commission, in a discussioc Tuesdcy of Maori i IOVMBM iiiMuu c: DM HZV lerian cult, became the scene of a rousina debate on DM issue. Tne upshot? You don't drew •-y* -me rne rr.cir. recs,cr. see^s seJ^vider.Once hmits are placed upon the rights of the individual, you open c Pandora's box of ootental evil intent. Tne irony here is that those who seek the protection of the law so that they can continue to spout their anti-Semitic and racist philosophy are the very people dedicated to destroying the law. Thus, while in the case of the Nazis it is apparently mandatory, although admittedly difficult to affirm their civil rights, it seems to us no less difficult to accept the position of the American Civil Liberties Union, which in starry-eyed fashion has already offered its legal shelter to the poor. sad. and beset-upon Rockwell contingent here. Up until now, our community's law enforcement officials and government leaders have acted with exemplary efficiency in handling the Nazis. But where are our civic and communal personalities who have thus far said nothing by way of deploring their presence among us —and of speaking forthrigbtly in the matter of letting them know they are not welcome in Miami? At this point, the silence seems deafening. Sharp statements of repudiation may not chase the Nazis away tomorrow; but they would at least mitigate the lurking feeling among many of us that there are more sophisticated ways to be a Nazi than to wear a swastika armband. On Breaking the Silence K nothing else, the pains the Soviet Union **_ 1 ? lr TV? to re P*T lj €li Huseei seem sicnihctzcl in themeerves. Neither the Soviet Government nor Nilclc Khrushchev, and they are mostjy citnough not always the same shows the -east scintlia of evidence that a char.re ir. policy toward Iron Curtain Jewry is hi DM offing. Executions of Jews for alleged "•COOOBtic crimes" abound, and the rnMHU ii nn rrr_r_s: synagogues continues m dM Oppcvestry rebntiess crive to dose thecli-^xrer.':.: 'few showpieces like _-. MOBOOW. Bal dHri the officia: aerials of Scv.ertH Sem.:^rr. riM _-. pilCS Bad ireruerrv _= an 1": --—-'--"of tne sensitve ccr.cerr : %  =.: rv dM Kremlms iecders lai mJ worid p_r..: opfa on. Lord BawaO s letter tc NBdVl r:Ar^=-.:r.e^~w"r= no master:y plea in behaif o: an crrressed people. Neither was .: an -.sz-z&d paeax oi pRSM for the right of man to asp_-e toward the Divine. But it was a deliberate intercess.cfej behalf of individual liberty from en m-err.rndnauy-renowned logician piuloaopfcer. end metrematician. If Lord Russell said nothing that was new. he at least said it It was the saying the Kremlm did not like —tne saying by a men of his repute. Would that more men broke their silence to add their voices to his. The Meaning of Purim Purim seizes the imagination of both younc and old alike because it involves a traditional tale that pus the forces of good and evil-and in which good triumphs. At the reading of the ScroD of Esther all ages enter into a loud and hissing rejection of Haman. who symbolizes the historic compulsion of tyrants to enslave Israel Esther, by her wit and beauty, convinced King Ahasueros of his Prime Ministers evil designs. And so it has been from the beainning of recorded Jewish history that we havp had to defend a sacred an7moral wav ot life against dictatorial rule. ninh)^ r T d the Me ^ ah n Saturday night and Sunday morning, this will be the spirit embedded there as an affirmation of the survival of Judaism throughout the .ages. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN Wr a > nepap,T t 0 th l community It ,.-..... ne porting the Bews-Uus -JS w^toWlteobvkmsann^ Apart from w> ,„ unorthodox rien n .. l damenUU*: ir-..." poses of weU-intentioned mascommur.icatior.s m < dia th question anses a^r .. %  wh new. in fact is. \\ h ,. n ma DC angrifj -anctimonious about ftews •rt-utment for tl %  vA I • %  rot hel P reacting MOMwhat bitterb t th< lacit acceptance Of thtir editors' policies, frequently i a jj ties, which bare nothing whatever to do with the best %  community in which the publication appear I, tinh {hi the new-, to the point of rewriting it"" There bave oeen many easel during the past few years .there have cooperated with law enforcement agencies an( j en by reporting critical events here in such a way thai they sly avoided inflaming undesirable mass emotion...... A adhering to the maximum of journalistic staoda I am getting at is that intelligent treatment ddei n : mean • -.A judicious pre*!: in Mississippi might have gone a long ird ameliorating the force? of bigotry directed agai:-\\ ie stratioo Example^ in our own community ab> av back to the visit here of the notorious racis* John appearance at a meeting hosted by extreme right-w-ttg. er Fi .-ported in a few short paragraphs a %  -. n t dailiei vitn Deitber paper giving the -•: %  -:• -:t VOVfST L1 10SS OF JUDGMIHT I EST THIS Eyrie to the control of n< con-dd a twist: where the arr; J| of Lincoln 1 %  immer ab :cration the poss inst hii • %  ; • %  ism • • eauervei "i of Investigation and Mian • • gathering of Ufa) JSi • od Canada, and the | ca rprofesMo:. %  .'• psbM of the inevitable clash nth • Page One are smeared headline> about plastered a painfully eater _•'the ardi rned by :he picketers. like z • -. ."•'• Trait n ar.d other choice tidbits. : the appearance there of TrygW -' ainguubed diplomats in contemporarv u tell a carioadful of mh inii llij—l John'.V. re about Communism and its dangers flu ea hantbooks of ttte American Nazi P otnam ftrotras asuif AT THIU Trrmmats yynaT OF Huben Humphrey, tbe Senate Majority Whip, who.-* For'-'•'"•*• membership sugjeatl more kne ntnful b odiums will leart. m a lifetime from their •n Mem Kampf." For "newsof the>e personalities vou •' %  ,':r -W paragraphs of the storv jumped to bjecuve reponing about which mv snetim prattle >o much in their rejection of some of r. %  left n the function and responsibility of mass co:: to the community they serve? the McClures and the Petersons and the RocUe:.and : not precisely the kind of publicity that sensat: gavethem Sunday' Had two "demented but un-• •• ndertnaj mentalities phoned ahead to announce tl ll wjoei If so distinguished an occasion, would the mornsimilar treatment* The result of it all u c ,;c~the kind of result I am sure the morning daily • "-%  ^uV m re S0ber moment o£ edl,onal hindsight: Where a -d have seen the hate placards, hundreds of r miUions saw them: where only hundreds would have .: equally large number read about it. bia 7 i^~Z a !" ha t VCf hwn ior ,he ma "'Pulators of ReakweU and %  : no mistake, neither Rockwell nor his followers dr /,r„ .K" 1 6 Ske,e,on of malcontents seems increI the imagination of Americans everywhere b> seizing ob ; L read and ,,h ,he fr, ^ ndl > el P of mecha, objec... r laewpaper reporters .steep at the.r typewriters. MHHUI ACClrTAHCt'of UK HATmAl BUtMH "" JEN HUBERT HUMPHREY in effect told the 1.500 Jewish leaders wrt.rrwhoV 0 larai?l Bond .naugural Saturday that the Nazis were one ittne .ami a ^h c rea K : ** U S ****• *** I s "*' Bonds The to I--;? "^L ^ i her ^gested Sen. Humphrey, who pointed W,i :pec.r^nt US ach, r 0meDU h eman.cpa.ion £ 1SM8. benefit of her knoSge Th, C0UntnM ,broad ,0 +" ,hem ,he to be helpful-howevVr !TnJ ^ ,h d,stru5t on our 0>rn **&&* A coun" v hke fr^rcTr. ,h nd S2?* ,hc ffer ma v be deed, he said, and a^ such in Ll" hand S 57 weU ,ros,ed iD the Alianza para Pro^so'th^n America, does more to advance zested Sen Humphref IhTnu^L-' 1 ?: edia ,ely apparen '** Ug • Ipiu! to U 5 dinlnm!,^ ** f ,SraeI Bonds h %  no small economic progress dipl ma,lc '"tentions abroad as to Israels perU process to -ur KL ab^^u 0 3 : par,,c,pan,s ,n *• "' r,: : menoi abroad. ou i d that more o{ u dld m$ kind Continued on P 9 5.^



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Page 2-A *JmiUHcriM^r Friday, March 8, 1%3 Metro Debates Nazis'Presence As Quarters Close tlwr'" San F r. • .: • :— %  I'$ wttaf t**r aW." Oirm*o js* ftcvtf aid % • a**d ** C'-Z"*rffa*t orimtnct w . Hubert Humphrey 'D.-M ; nn. ware scheduled to address icm 1.540 'eacers frerr throughout th Umtad States and Canada who had arrived hre for a weetreod of sessions to launch the 1H3 national inau9ural of th Israel Bond campaign The Nai the FBI 2Bd %  axinouoc* of piefc •flag. They ca.-. rncn read z T ream Dea-.h : Bay Ui I Not brad B .-' brael, Free Cuba ..-..p from %  "These Nans present a prooITto Amrsm. but nonetheless practice this Aryan philosophy m tho form of employment d'Scrim.ration. in restricted admissions to place of pvoi'C accommodation, etc %  %  In a statemerbora Monday, the Florida Civil Liberties Union charged that the Nazis' rights were violated. "It is clearly within the r.ght of every person to express his views in public places." the statement said in part %  zer.t] TERMITES SWARMING? Sate F tVaaJ B nth BuildNd arrest* A ere m* ed *>> the MaaJ • of awtocrad pobtt -• week, declared here that "In moved pidketiai 1 only them a >.ay from a tatfeatemng a handful of rr..: the]' have ere rd On rriihir esaghl v'cStation of Cure with a haymaker to h;pubttcitj tact r propahi 'ia Tf ptjr.fi to millions of In • a: the Metn Co* <"* : '^w^m -fullyjcported MISMOB AccomNan*' t', sal gaaraatac to w*wb 'ret on a new roof later Satitfactory work or Experienced Men ; The Israelite Center Hall tj i> both iagei Mt.\a;r Darrey Davi ".at con-Jituii'/.'.ai rigbti appi;. to all desptc Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet urged the commission to disregard the Nazis because "This iust g ; ves them publicity. AVAILABLE FOR SOCIAL FUNCTIONS <. Air-CondilionrJ-Htwlf Decorated. J iWeddiois • Bormifrvohs • Meetings HI 4-o645 HI 3-6480 HI S-1521 liwi Also Avoilable ) AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING feor 'tovod Cold Coast Coverage Cavers four Selling Area Wl 5-1602 sps&pp^ eWiCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women ftff MK\H6 S?ACf IK IEAI CONVfN/CNT TO BUSiS 728 LINCOLN ROAD %  On the mall Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PfSCffir/ONS HIUD CONTACT LENSES eiaad DEMOCRATIC •;• &f : %  ••** % &f **-r*-***aia, *•*• a*a* 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 FORVER ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL RE T IRED AIR FORCE MAji ACTIVE MEMBER %  ". -g Democrats Legior U of Pythias Mahi Shrine • Defense C. ENDORSED BY DADE COUNTY FEDERATION OF LABOR DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION OF HIALEAH ALL-FLORIDA VOTERS LEAGUE "LET'S ALL JOIN TOGETHER AND ELECT OUR GOOD FRIEND Bernard BERMAN AS OUR STATE LEGISLATOR" ""WWWWW-W funeral "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers' ANOTHfS LOCATION (OR YOVK COHVtMUMCt COULTON BROS. AT" 'MAURf %  "NAT" vnno rrw./- .—. %  poimjnri vhi^pr ^r* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Pbooe K 1-3595 •45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI IEACM WOBLDV JIWANCtD MOST J.w. lTili Strati %  Hi.. :_ : \ 123(1 Normand] Drive %  I9tb md Alton !;.,„| JEfferson 1-1151 "A*T" "JUOtf "NAT" TOOR TKAC0 BOTS Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St WE INSTALL GLASS i on # VMM rritrost STOBE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furmiiart Topi, Beveled Mirrors and Kltilverimf Our Specially L 4 G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin HO ZILBECT KM YSRr, CHAPELS U*. ABE EiSENBERG Bron • Brc. • ; INSURANCE ONE STOP AGENCY AUTOMOBIU LIABILITY A PHYSICAL DAMAOl Llmln r. M,t ro.i M*J| .../*• *t~t Hwf CAN toy VIS! Po,t g ••' •*• *>T "H Co. I B DoV ACKERiKiAN INSURANCE AGFNCY INC. IT SX 1st AVX Ft I-2III • ft l-4MI_



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fay. March 8, 1963 *Jenisti Her Mian Page 13-A JEWISH MORALISTS fejhetah, 24 of Eikah Kabbah. L'hc" prosperity comes to my M|pr,l / il" not share in It; but [., i overtakes him. I %  &f _* • Zohar, I. : p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Robert, eon of'Mr, and Mrs. Bdward Swerdlln; Gary, son of Mr. ind ttrfl. l.nuis Smiles. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday ti p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Serrnon: ''Eternal Vigilance Agalna! Hamanltes." 7:80 p.m. Megillah, Sunday 7:30 a.m. Megillah. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. Friday 8:13 p.m. Hlsterh I Sabbath conducted by Mis. Lillian Schoen, president. Topic: ''Importance of Slslerh I." Saturday 8 15 a.m. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. — e 1 BETH KPDESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Fiidn> vir> p.m. Purim sermon: "Tin I... i %  -_;. %  — t Day." Saturday B:45 a.m. Sermon: "power t< Remember." p.m. Discussion on "Cast Lota." 7 p.m. Megillah. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 'J a.m. Daily 7:30 a.m. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 1 rkta) 8:05 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "it i.-. Our Obligation t<> Remember." 1:50 p.m. Sermon: "Biblical Portion of the Week." Host for Bhaiish Seudoa, .1 Sabortn. • s BETH TORAH. 164h st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday S::in p.m. Sermon: "Should w Celebrate PurimT" Saturday 8:48 a.m. Har Mltavah: Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grunsweia>; Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. sid Shane. 7 p.m. Megillah. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Frldav 8:80 p.m. St-rmon: "The Purim Play—Morality and Reality." Saturday 8:45 a in. Car Mlt'/.vah: Raymond, son of Air. and Mrs. Nathan Shenfleld. • %  ^~ DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker, Mra. Kidney Lewis, past president. Greater Miami Section, National Council Jewlah Women. Topic: "The Role of the w'ono n In the Community." Saturi. • to a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Wei k." FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Girl s-<-outs." Ones Shabbat host: Girl Scouts; Mrs. Mal\ ina Kos.-nlicrc and Mra, Esther Gelenko In honor of their birthdays. Saturday '.< a.m. 6::I0 p.m. Megillah. • FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. Friday 7:45 p.m. Pre-Purlm Family Service. Megillah. Ones Shabbat hostid by Sisterhood. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday %  '.!'> and s:15 p.m. Sermon: 'The Art of Living." Oneg Shabbat %  ponaored by Bikur Chollm of the (.'enter. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Timely Warning i the Hook of Bather." Oneg Shalihat host: Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kaadln In honor of daughter. Loretta. Saturday 9 a.m. 7:30 p.m. l'urim service. TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. Friday s:ir. p.m. Sermon: "Purim, a Lesson in Anti-Semitism." Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. I Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Living in TWO i Worlds." Senior choir conducted by I Cantor Gottlieb, Saturday 10:30 a ni. Sermon: "FiKhtliiK Anli-Sciniiism." e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser. I Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "One llundredth Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation." Saturday 1:-T. a in. Har Mltavah: Jon. son of Mr. and | Mrs, Harry it. Leslie; Alfred, son ot Behold how good and how pleasI | ant it it /or brethren to dwell toI tier in unity. —PSALMS. § see Better a neighbor who is near, C %  than a brother far off. — PROVERBS. § e Iii yean of prosperity men he| 1 come brothers. GEN. R. § \'.miri lus mother-li'ln; borne and I reared all men ali^e. and created § them genuine brothers. PHILO. Implicit ni Hebraism Uy a belief -\ it human brotherhood which can| not be reconciled with racial or sectarian enmities. Indeed n may be said that the world at J whole has uoi yet risen to the height o/ this great Hebraic argument. M \ BIE. MiiiiciuAsssnuiiinnsuisuiiisBMUBiiiniiiiiiiiiuiii-: Mr. and Mrs. Royal Flags Jonas. 5:80 p.m. Megillah. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: Hainan is Head, hut not Hamanlsm." Saturday 9:30 a.m. Har Mitsvah: Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milaclitinaii 7 p.m. Purim services at Parkway Junior High School. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Frldav 8:80 p.m. Saturday V a.m. Ilnr Mitsvah: Michael, son of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kram: Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Aronow. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Basic Questions that L'nites-Hivides Reform and Orthodox Judaism." TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Friday S: 1 r, p.m. Sermon: "Ceremony and Doctrine in Liberal Judaism." Pulpit guest to mark Council S'abbath, Mrs. Meyer Baskln, vice president Greater Miami Section, National Counclll of Jewish Women. • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Purim Sermon: "Freedom from Rear." Saturday :• a.m. Sermon: "The Portion of the Law." Har Mitsvah: St< phen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Btrachman. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday 8:15 p.m. l'urim Sermon: "Why the Heathens Rage." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. All it Matter. 7 p.m. Megillah. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. 1-i id.ix v:iu p.m. Mar Mitzvah: Fredric, -..n ..f Mr. ami Mrs. Maxwell Robblns; Samuel, son of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Glnaburg. Sundaj s a.m. Megillah. • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora av. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Fridav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Will of Man.'' Saturday s;4.". a.m. Sermon: "A Commandment." TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday S:3o p.m Sermon: "Giving Is Living." Oneg Shabbat host: Sisterhood. Saturda> s a.ni YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:15 p.m. Special Oneg shabhat by Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m. Purim service and Megillah. • YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday n.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Purim. Then and Now." SENIOR CITIZENS SYNAGOGUE. 1850 Alton Rd. Rabbi Henry Schorr. 'HI'! w i.i l'.:.'" :Ti.e( *"ir "Nil* CANDLEUGHTING T/Aff 12 Adar —6:08 p.m. iSM suiiiiHi i.i i.. :... i.::: ... :.i :; : I



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Wdc/ March 8, 1963 iimbdt fhrieifrtn Page 15-B Candidates Vie CeoSt'I' ; "' Iben (I:-' '. B oe d from Preceding P*fl* i,l ., plan of assistance for citizens which will give edical and housing aid with •4* : m is a graduate of Yale: jty and the University of Lav School, and an active 0 f the Firal Presbyter rc h ol Miami. a.. (N I bid f III : legi ptioi ttor.i.-• %  kfiac iu -• P"e 1 (MM) I ]|ia!t: Harold Kraviti ,ul Miami Beach law.1,1 r Kiavitz. in his first lective office, has declar seal in the legislature. u nsel tor the Dade dele ,1 Tallahassee in 1957. the War 11 veteran was man Sen. \Y. C. Herrell's suecampaign. Juate of the University of .rid its Law School. Kravitz e d as president of Temereth Jacob and chancellor ,,l,i of the Knights of and as president of the Miami Springs Bar Assn. LEGAL NOTICE Gulfstream Park opened Tuesday' for its 43day meeting. The park has installed more than a mile and a quarter of new sidewalks to keep walking patrons from any danger of injury from cars. The grandstand parking lot at the education and elimination of tax D A |folnor 4A Phnir inequities a. the top." reKemer TO unai north end of the grounds has been enlarged, and repaying' of the parking lots and roads has been completed. Post time for the meeting is 1:30 p.m.. daily. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.OA. IN PROBATE No 58667 B IN l:l'.: Estate of .H.N/.< >;w %  :•' • "NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditors and All Pel-won* H> Ins Claim* ur Demands Against saw You ur* h< rebj notified and required t" pr< sent Hnj cli Iron and 01 nuind* which you may hnvi against il„. entail of Alonao Rlle> '<• ceased |,,i.. ,,i l MI, i' ty, Florida, to ine Count} JudH of l*de County. and • ,,. (in mi,' in dupllcal. nd %  'i' r "I | n s. lion 133 IB, fljiPldB Htatut. ... in thell %  •Hi"i" the ,' •""',* Courtl i" i Bade County, i urUta within six call ndnr months from .,,,„. ,,, ,i„ first publication !.• • %  ir Himm* "ill i" bailed. 1 .-,•..l ni Miami, Florida, this -- %  ) '"' "' ''.'KNKKK'KIU:'; \Bx< cutrlv Myers. II. iniMii. Kaplan %  Culm ll.-.u S.W. 1*1 Stfwel Miami 36, IlorldH Attorney for Ex. euti K .,., Hi ijnc. Hum : latun wouir UT;. A • fforl LeRo boan the I iectix George S. Okell, Jr. .. S. Okell, Jr., Group 13 lor the legislature, is for "a one house legis-hich would have at least dollars annually." This automatically abolish the ue he is seeking. Uive Miamian. veteran of iVar II. Okell was a Gov. Collins appointee to the : Pilol Commissioners of ,.| Miami. His other ob%  include "upgrading of Ed Claughton Using a mobile campaign headquarters, Ed Claughton is covering all of Dade County in his candidacy for the Group' 11 seat in the State Legislature. One us: lo.. as : cons si : try. atioi Hai: A^.c hoii Auc saio: : %  { the latest hair styles ted by Louis and AugLincoln Mall Beauty SaI:s founders, Louis Thom-.id Augie Pannell, are .dered among the outding stylists in the counLast year, their hair ereiS was selected by the Fashion Council of ca as the "outstanding -:yle for 1962." Louis and --i also operate a hair in Coral Gables. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are • source of very real comfort to alL MIAMI S EXCLIISIVI • H Mt lfi 4NDC0VIMUM1 I -.•• %  • II %  MO 1-7693 Disdaining the use of •"empty, vote-seeking promises." Clauuhton says instead his "moral yardsticks, which he will use as stale legis1 lalor." I Earl Carroll Earl Carroll is a candidate for : Mouse of Representative.in Group %  4.. "I'm progressive enough to serve you." he says, "and ambitious enough to want to." David Eldridge Native Dade Countian. 41-yearold DafW Eldredge. who was Dade County Representative in Florida Legislature for two terms, is B candidate for a seat in the Group i Legislature. A World War II Air Force veteran. Eldredge received the 1959 and 1901 Legislative award as member ol most effective fourman delegation. Aminiatrative executive ol Florida Turnpike Au!h iritj (or three year-, he is a I,I, mber of the Kiwanis and Shenar. oah Presbyterian Church. Dick Fincher %  •I consider it necessarj to vote for the .--ential funds to put in the necessary programs to make Florida leader among the States Ol this nation." says Dick Fincher. candidate for State Legislature in Group 12. He also will work "to get dmitruction started on a toll highway between the Tampa Bay area and Miami, maintain and improve: educational facilities at all levels." • '5 Al Schrader Bidding tor a scat as State Senator Al Schrader is "the fiuhting|esl candidate the G.O.P. ever had." says his Republican supporters "I'm sending out and SOS. for the G.O.P.." declares Sihrucl,., "so every voter from the White House to the Courthouse must do iis share JUDO Newest Amateur Sport OLYMPIC SPORT 6 to 60 DICKINSON SCHOOL OF JUDO 18 S.E. 8th Street FR 1-4880 1 onflP CLEANING ] A 1 ROOF MINTING I > Wi-GMVIl-AMMIOS-llAII I T\ vv .. %  %  .^£~~unitm utanra CUITOW \ THE FINEST GUARANTEED Whit* Roof Coating Zionist Fete Here A. Arthur Pekeler. Miami businessman and shipbuilding executive, was named chairman of the Greater Miami Committee for the celebration of the 15th anniversary ol the establishment of Israel. The appointment was made bylSianVl'i Burnett Roth, chairman of the | South Florida Zionist Council. The South Florida Zionist Counj cil and cooperating organizations are at present making plans for a series of celebrations throughout Dade County. Purim Festival At Beth Torah Festival of Purim will be observed by thch Beth Torah Congregation. Harold Wolk Religious School, on Saturday evening with the reading of the Biblical Scroll of Esther, and on Sunday morning with a carnival and barbeque Over 700 children will gather it. the main sanctuary on Saturday. On Sunday morning, a costume parade will open festivities at 11 a.m.. and at noon the social hall will be transformed into the ancient city of Shushan with booths, games, and rides. During the afternoon, the PTA and Sisterhood of the synagogue will sponsor a barbeque. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY-3UDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58705-A IN KK: Kwlati "I s \MI I:I. s. Ml 1.K IWll. NOTICE TO CREDITORS •|\. Ail i 'i • •' U und All IVi WIIIH Hin Inn Claim* %  •, Detunndi Au.i.n.-; Sitlti Kutnte: Yen nrc hereby notified and rem|ri .i tu i'i. -. m tiny CIIIIIIIH i tlewhich \..ii ii %  :< > hnve ilnni the .-in. ul .-.\.Mli:i. S. SII-l.K ,i. ,-.,i lute of Hade County, Morlilu, t.> the County Judn?K of IHide County, und file the Hume in their offlc.H In the Count} Cottrthoune In I .,, I. County, Klorlda, within BIX calendar nionthf from the dale of thi ii HI publication hereof, or the narni n ill be Barred. MI:I:I.I: I. SIDLE l-l.i IHKNCK JKAN JACI HWON I:I:I:NIII: SI.AI r.i: ACo-Executom "i the Lanl will and Tenta it "i SAMl'KL s. MHI.i:. I'I-I •• %  :<'I i LIEOKAUD H Will.I %  Attorney !' %  !" Bxecutora I 11."." 8.W. Klrsl 8t. Miami. HorldaKR 8-63H1 yi .__.,,, NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ..IVES thai ,,,;. undetKlBi ed, ilnrtrlitc to ngaK* >') liu^lnenii undi r the fli-tltioun name ol ROI-.IN ASSIM1ATJ>' III liMI N II2th St So Mil ml, Kin-. Intend to ,,...!.,, r xnitl nan %  nltlt the I lerk ••< ,i„ c v, nit Court "f fade • ounty, Flor ""V.OCI8 CAl.VIX CCTI.ER HAItltY VU'T'ii: l ANNn/./.lM Purtm A NORMAN I'III CKER .Vttornej fot Partni ni i-s-|5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES thai ,!„. underpinned, dealrlna U> enro* Ir iVlin-s under the flctltlom. namj o OK\V IR""r ISS < T*01 North Wert -Tih \VIIII. IntendH to realrter Kftld -'.,,'..\vi,li the Clerk of the Cln II C.a,vt i,( I Mill I %  .."111* • "' CaMf HAROU^ .WIOOI.IWWORTH ^',.i.. 11 n, r KI-:SSI.I:K A HARP Attorneyn for Owner ^ ,,_, ., OL bitucii-ics MARGOLIS \ll:> ANNA I'.. : %  =:•' 97, "I Hi 1( lin. MB.-H., died Jan. 27. burvlvin are n wn and daughter-in-law, Mr. :m.l Mr-. Kolnmnn H. Mnrgollii of Miami Beach: a *on and daunhter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Uarffollf, of Brookllne: and three Rrandchlldren. Harm t N. Maru-n-. Mli-hael l. Margolla and Jminii M (Mm. Alvini Hi. ff man. S. r\ a. s u, lJan. S, at Temi'le !'• nnl Moehe, Brighton, Mas-. In HeU ,., rinu-em, the family requeata ,;,,„;,,,,.„i„ Rent t.. Hrandeln i nlvemlt) \v,.n:.iiCommittee BOOK Knnd. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS III REBY C.IVES thai .,,, ,,,,,1, rulgned. dealrlna to enai %  in IIUMIIII -undi i Hi. flctltlou* '">•> %  I'RHSi iSSEI. I'RlHSRAMH l :i i.i > Miami. Kla., Intendv i-,. i Bald naiiu with the Clerk ol the Circuit '',,mi %  • Dadi County, H %  .low i-ii M. Slegel. a C,.,,,-,.—t,.i, il Si I\ i.-. Col porntInn Hi Joseph M. Slegel. Pn SPRAY SERVICE PL 8-1865 TN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 587I7A IN RE: l'-iai. of NATHAN ALEXANDER '"NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditor* and All rermtiw Having Claims Or Dumanda AgulnHi aii "you are hereby notified and required t" preaent any claim.nnl deileraaaed late of Dado County, Florida, i" tincunty Judge" of Hade County, and file the same In duplicate ,,i,i as provided in Section fS3.18. Klorldn Siatuiis. In their offices in the County Courthouae In Dade < owni, i ,,.i |da, itiiin siv calendar ,„,'„iilifrom Hi, time of the Hrat publication hereof, oi lha RUM will be '' %  'i'',"i',',i at Miami, Plorlda, this Sth da> of Man h, A l>. IJM. JERRY ALEXANDER HERMASALEXANDER SAM ALEXANDER Av.\. .ii..iof Eatate ol Sathai Alexander, I % %  it aaed. i publlcal in of thin notli. on the MII daj of March, IW8. Mi.,-. Helmnn. Kaplan Cataman i .,"i. i lei man Mtornes for Exet utoi .., i-i Sin i i. Miami. F la %  • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2403 I s OI.EASON. JR., aa Administrator of Veterans Atfalra. an Offlit i ol the l"nii. l States "f America, ami ills successors In such offlci and iii01 ih, ir isslgns, Plaintiff. STANLEY IIRENNAN and KAV KltANCEM BRENNAN, Mwife, %  al, I,, rendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TtiSTANLEY IIRENNAN anil kU I,: iNCES BRENNAN, I'iwife. il living, Including any imk <' -,„,„... ol xaid Di ndants If lhe> ,, n irrled, and If dead, tin %  • un know ii heirs, de 1st • -. g'anti %  -. asBl B „ees, creditors, Hem rs, I .,,. ,,|| 0 thei perauns claiming by. through, or umlei 01 again-i tuesi 11, rendants, li".-n sld s an un'"N", 1 M" UIE HEREBY NOTIHED thai „ „ U |, has been brought against you b> .1. S. (ILEASON. JR.. as Administrator of V. I, ranAllans, all Officer ,,, %  the inlted Stntes ol Amerk-a. and l,isuccessors in such office, and nla ,„• their aasUns, to forec one a mortKage encumbering the following deaB 1!S?rS' "5 ,t! nB A...... TK.N TO MYRTL-E OROVE, aocordlng to the plat thereof, recpra,,1 in [Mat Book B7, at page .. ••( ii,.public recordi i-r Dade < ounty, and "you ore required to Hie you* anBWer "lib !!>•• Clerk % %  taken aa it>n,-, ,i lo v..ii .iii.l a Decree I'm I on ni i„, nt. red against jrott rot ih,. r lief demanded In ili of March, l*3 i; || I.KATHERMAN Clerk "f tin Cln tilt Court ii.oi,. i \. mi.. I lorlda i.-,,,H Us K M. LYMAN, i \ put) Clerk M< • %  :-. Heiman, Kaplan S Cataman Kiev, u-l'ii t> llulldlna 1 1 ,u H \\ I'i -i Street Mtom ; h,rM I 8.U-88-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT N |N%ND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58595-A IN RE: Estate of I il.I.IAN RCBIN ""NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AU Creditors and All I'ersona HavIng ctaimH or Demands Ualnal •-•'"' "volT'ar* herebj notified a..,l re'.,'',,,.' ,-,„„„, judges of Dade < oun". and file Hi. a-ime In dupllcat.and &KOT SrTJfiUi'ft'V^ ;•'.',',„.„„„,.-,. in Dade County. F1 da within six calendar months front 1." time of the first nub I..-..;-, here,r oithe same be barred. 'i.,!. 'a. Miami nnrkbi. this ,t Ki iiruan A.D i "' %  „.,.,, I | vNR l" '-' As Ex. cutrlx Mil T< iN V IRIEDMAN \tiorm v for i" l! > 1111 Al Ii I' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TH e C'RCU T COURT OF THE ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF EL FLORIDA IN AN FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. • No. 63C 2191 l EON KEITH AXDERH. I'lalnt n MARY KRANCEh lv ANDERS. ''SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY PRANCES P. ANDERS i.i, Vermont Ave. y „u V k^W.V N noi. ha, a Bill 1LFT58BS E. SStttS .VKltml Answer or ***$*&.*£ ,,,-,l,, of th Clerk of the Circuit I „„,„.,,..„,,, the Ml, day ... April. lM If von fall to do so, Judgmen by cl. mull will be tak. i against you for the ,..!i.., demanded In the Bill ol I om "'This notice -hai' be published ,,„,, week for fout conaecutBe In THE JEW ISII ELOR1HI \N '"DONE \SV t>RDERED a. Mlai i.,,,.,. ,i,i. ut day ol M itch A I ,H. LEATHERN VN Clerk, ,•„, U |, court, Dade C..unty. Flo, d ,seal) 1' '• P.COPELAND I ..-|.ii;\ clerk Shevln, n ImaVi Holtaman ::n; K'e> > • • I • Building Miami 32, I lorldo Attorneys for Pla ntlfl g ig NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN Hi;' the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan,. • MERIDIAN CHATEAi: APART %  MENTS at IWS Meridian Avenue, .\uHIIII Bench, Horlda Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Llii-iiit crri of imde County, Florida. CKIM'.IM lli'l.HINi: COMPANl (not I." • ''" nera HAROLD STRUMPF, ESQ. Attorney for Owners ...^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN thai the undo signed, desiring to engage in itndei the fictitious name .'f \i.l \ i\i >ER REALTY Cl i at 17210 N w i .1,1 \v. i i|ia %  Locka. Pla., Inilends Ireg -i.i said name with the i |. i u ,,i thi i 'Ircull Can of I 'ailCountv Florida. \i.r\ VNDER SHAR1 STBIN Side i iw :; S-15-22-2S IN THE COUNTY JUDGFS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58425-B IN RE: Eatnte of JOSEPH A. C.'IHN ''"NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona HavIng Claims oi Demands Agalnsl MM You are hereby notified and r %  oulred io preset t any claims and di innnilK -vv > • i ii you may have %  a m mi ,,„. e,,tate of JOSEPH A. rull N m ,.,-.,i late of l>ude County. Florl to the CounD Judge* ol Dadi • ounn and file the ime In dunl B V provided In e'et lion 7S3.18, Florida Statutes, In thell offices In the CouB,v courthouae In Dade Countv, I Ida within six i lib ndar months from the time of the first publication here,,i .,, the s un. ill i" bat ri >l Pi 1 al Ki l VV. -.. i ^l' 1 Is. duj -I March A D. ISM MARTIN II N \ i %  • %  Al mim ilz. Sih el Schi Atloi Bi.i Alnsli y Hide M ami, I' a.



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Edgy. M g_ ch 8 1963 vjewitli fhrktimn Page 13-B The Courier Id t^chwartz Socicl> Security Administration has an attractive exhibit in ihe lobby of Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association this week %  • Charles John^n, former sports editor of the Miami Beach Sun, has joined the Hank Meyer public relations „ rm Ralph Renick, WTVJ news vice president, has been named chairman'of the planning committee for the first national Broadcast Editorial workshop. All three local channels now have telecast wlitorials. Dr. Peritx Scheinberg is chairman of the newly-formed Department of Neurology at the Uni•rsity of Miami School of Medcine Robert M. Laumiman has moved over from the Eden Roc to become administrative assistant to Art Brunt at Miami Springs Villas Austin Burke, who again will talk about running for Miami Beach City Council, was guest speaker at February meeting of the Ft. Lauderdale Board of Realtors, emphasizing the importance of closing a sale Mrs. Edith Spa Iding, a senior citizen of Miami Beach, won the limerick contest sponsored by Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Association in conjunction with their Coral Way branch opening. President E. Albert Pallet made the presentation. • • %  Frank C. Res*, who is the older brother of world-renowned cellist Leonard Rose, attended l the board meeting of Windsor Insurance Co. in Chicago this week. J Frank, of Tobin and Rose Insurance Agency, is a veep of Windsor Tom Mellman, who recently acquired Ciment Brothers in Miiami Beach, has added a complete line of art supplies Surfsiele Town Council will vote on the limiting of new apartment houses and hotels to nine stories at its Mar. 11 meeting Milgo Electronics recently won the Florida Industrial Safety Department's safety award, with William Rose, vice president, accepting the award from S. J. Roche. David M. Blumberg, president of the National Association of Life Underwriters, will speak Wednesday at the Gator Sales Congress at the Dade County Auditorium National Truck Leasing System, headed by president Nathan Katzman, and Dade affiliate Seaboard Truck Rental, headed by Stuart Gordon, will hold a spring executive confab Sunday through Thursday at the Doral Hotel and Country Club Nathan Manilow, long-time Chicago associate of Phil Klutxnick and Dave Beber, is a co-1 sponsor of the new Belle Plaza Apartments. %  > Samuel I. Adler, president ofj Southland General Builders, is supervising construction of the' new Renegency House just off Pinetrec Dr. at 47th St.. in Miami Beach Nathan Schekter is vice president of the firm which also built East Drive Apartments on Harbor Island and the Anchorage on Treasure Island Final results of Tag Days at National Children's Cardiac Hospital show the goal of S60.000 was bettered, a hike of more than 526,000 over 1962 Allen Goldfin and Seymour Samuel rallied to down George Dreyfus and Barry Sarnoff, 16-14, for the Westbrooke Paddleball competition Sunday The four major, late night radio talk shows in Greater Miami are all run byJewish commentators, but the similarity ends there. Phi Sigs Eye Top Social Event Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Greater Miami was to hold its monthly meeting this Thurs day evening at the home of Mrs Paul Furman, 615 Puerta, Coral Gables, Tickets were to be distribul id for the chapter's social event, the Sunday, Mar. 24 performance of "A Thousand Clowns," at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Also on the agenda was to be a discussion of the Phi Sigma Sigma Golden Jubilee Convention to be held in June. Beaux Art Jr^ar ' morning, Mar. 9, at Beth av d, with Rabbi Norman N. 'apiro officiating. An eighth grade student at ">ce de Leon Junior High, Rob1 is a member of the school conrt band and is an active partici'"' in outdoor athletics. following Friday evening and %  turday morning services, the lebrant will be honored at the l(, R Shabbat and Kiddush. Scott Matter SWtt, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Aln Miller, will be Bar Mitzvah Temple. Ner Tamid on SaturPurim Carnival At Academy A masquerade Purim carnival will be held Friday at the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, 2400 Pine Tree Dr., and will include games, contests, folk dancing, a ferris wheel and pony rides. All booths housing the projects for the day have been built, and | will be manned by the students of '' the Academy. An annual event at the Academy, highlight of the carnival again this year will be election ol a King Ahasueros and a Queen Esther, the two famous characters associated with the Purim festivities. Also featured will be a play. "Purim Streamlined." presented by 40 students from the second grade, directed by faculty members Mrs. Edith Sommers and Mrs. Abraham Groner. To be held Ball Saturday Beaux Art Purim Ball on Saturday night will be jointly sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood and Men's Club. To be held in Spector Hall, the affair will feature entertainment, dancing to the music of Lou Adler's band, and a late supper. Prizes will be given for best costumes, in the Ida Apel Auditorium, it Chairing the evening are HarW the first scheduled event of old Berney, Mrs. Michael Covin the day. 'and Mrs. Max Jacobson. Pioneer Women Meet Tuesday Golda Meir Club, Pioneer Women, will meet Tuesday evening at Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president, will conduct the meeting. Discussed will be the organizations annual donor luncheon Sunday noon at the Eden Roc Hotel. Program will also include a film on Israel narrated by Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Pioneer Women's Council of Greater Miami. Michael Kram Robert Swerdlin day morning, Mar. 9, with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating. The celebrant is a student at Nautilus Junior High and the Temple's' Religious School. Dov Chapter Party Monday Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women, will have a Purim celebration on Monday at 1 p.m., at Beth El. 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