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%  v^** Page 2-A +Je*lsHk>rk9k>n Friday, March 15. 1963 Dade Decides on 13 New Legislators A somewhat heavier, vote than r.t the Dade County primary two ccks %  §• turned out Tuesday in the runoff contest here for the 13 Lev seats Dade won in the Florida Legislature RJ %  result 01 tnc recent reapportioniiHiit A total in l4a,owj persona went to the pol's as compared with 107.283 for the primary". In the race pitting George L. Hollahan and John li. McLeod lor Dade County"s new seat in the Senate, it was Hollahan better than 2 lo 1. winning by 75.315 to his op30nent*S 36.597 votes. In the Republican race lor Senate, it was Charles P. English. 3.807. to Al Schrader. 2.600. In the contests lor Dade's 12, new seats in the Hou>e. the results i by group were as follows: Group 1—David Eldredge. 55.282. winning over Thomas D. O'Malley. 48.127. Group A —Lee Weissenbom. 70.44G. winner over Earl .1. Carroll. 31.283. Group 5—Leo Furlong. 55.525. winner over Harold P. Kiavetz. j'1.774. Group 6— Murray Dubbin. 52.998. winning over veteran political leader and onetime County Commissioner Preston Bird, 48.822. Group 7—Mis Mary Ann MacKenzie. 56.170.' sweeping over Francis ,\ .Mike 1 Calhoun Jr., 41.829. Group 8—Richard A. Pettigrew, 7122(1. swamping Marvin (Red Christmas. 23.468. Group 9—Eddie Gong. 58.215, defeating veteran Legislator John B. Orr Jr., 48.501. Group 10—Jess Yarborough. 67.667, handily beating North Miami Beach CltV Councilman Bernard Berman. 34.344. Group 11—Tom Spencer, 56,550. defeating E. N. Claughten Jr.. 36.952. Group 12—Richard Fincher, 51. %  577. beating Edward Brigham 47 j 927. Group 13—Louis W'olfson, C2,89. winner over George Okell Jr 41, 074. Group 14—Mrs. MaximBaker 52.077, defeating her opponent' David Brow er.* 44.848 Murray A. Shaw, president of Temple Ner Tamid.Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader, and Irvine C. Spear, chairman of the fifth anniversary banquet, discuss plans for Sunday evening at the Deauville Hotel. (See story. Page 12-A.) Joint Knights Meeting Tuesday Next regular meeting of the Knights ol Pythias are again TERMITES SWARMING? George Gershwin Knightof Pythias Lodge will be held Tuesday evening at Cattle Hall. 19th St. and Alton Rd. Ladies' Auxiliary meeting the same evening will join the Knights for a joint program following the respective business meetings to fcear Leo Rutstein. Southeastern director of the American Society for Technion. present "The Tech-1 rion Story." sponsoring an annual oratorical contest for high school students in a nationwide competition on the subject. "Rights and Responsibilities." Finals will be held at Castle Hall on Apr. 2, in conjunction with the final judging ot the poster contest from students in the schools of this area. GORDON. 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Friday, March 15, 1963 *Jmrt4§> HTvridli&in Page 3-A jWY Post Will Install Officers Department Commander Lou Deutsch will install Ben Habernian ;t. Jewish War Veterans, at a' niocunf! and joint installation on | Wednesday at the Dea\iville Hotel. | Mrs. Edward Levine, president of'the Women's Auxiliary, UTpartment of Florida, will install Mrs. Sol Spielberg as president ot the >,orth Shore Auxiliary. Guest speaker will be Daniel Neal Heller, Miami attorney, and national judge advocate of the Jewish War Veterans. He will dis-i eusg "Civil Liberties." Ex-U. S. Ambassador to UN Will Speak At Temple Israel Forum Tuesday Night Robbi Tepliti Rabbi litinsttin Dialogue to Feature Leading Rabbis; Views of God Will be Examined Here Two leading figures in Ameri-. can Jewish life will engage in a| dialogue on central ideas in Juda-1 Um at a special program Monday. 815 p.m.. at Temple Mcnorah, according to Jerry Sussman, president of the Southeast Region. United Synagogue of America. Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, president „l the Jewish Keconstructionist Foundation of New York City, and Rabbi Saul I. Teplitz. of the liar risoil Jewish Center. Harrison. N. V will be participants. Dr. E'senstoin, editor of the Reconstructions! Magazine, is a lead-ng spokesman for the Reeonstructionist movement, which was founded by Prof. Mordecai M. Kaplan. He is the author of four books, a past president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, and holds a PhD from Columbia University. Rabbi Teplitz represents the Centrist position in the Conservative movement, and is the editor ol an annual volume entitled Best Jewish Sermons of the yrjw "r,a ftn&v sin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miomi Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Year." A leading authority on j the art of preaching, he holds a i Doctorate from the Jewish Theolo-' gical Seminary of America. Dr. Eisenstein and Dr. Teplitz, both graduates of the Jewish Theo-: logical Seminary, will speak on •Two Views on Go;l—Torah and Israel." The program will be moderated by Rabbi M a y e r Abramowltz, of Temple Menorab. Prior to the beginning of the program, a brief ceremony is scheduled, in which acknowledgement will be made to the adult education Btudents of the participating synagogues, who have attended classes throughout the year. | '. A capacity audience of 500, representing 15 congregations from Greater Miami, and Including West Palm Beach, and Lake Worth, is expected to attend. There is no charge for admission, and the audience will have an opportunity to participate in a question and answer period. The United Synagogue of America is the congregational arm of the Conservative movement, with over 700 affiliated synagogues. The Southeast Region of the United Synagogue, with offices on Bay Harbor Island, has forty-five affiliates, including 10,000 families. Rabbi Allen Rutchik is regional director. A distinguished American states man comes to Miami on Tuesday, when James J. Wadsworth, formerly United States Ambassador to the United Nations, appears here under the auspices of the Town Hall Forum, which will be held at Temple Israel of Greater Miami. Throughout his service at the United Nations, Wadsworth earned a reputation for his efforts to achieve universal peace. For seven years, as deputy U.S. representative, he worked towards that end. As head of the American delegation in 1960, he parried Khrushchev's shoe pounding thrusts at the historic October General Assembly session. In 1961, Wadsworth became president of the Peace Research Institute, a newly-formed nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., serving as a private agency outside government to undertake and stimulate research in all fields relevant to peace, security disarmament and l.toUfeM int TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe. 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I Wadsworth, whose first book, "The Price of Peace," was published last April, is the author of several recent magazine articles j on nuclear testing, disarmament and foreign policy. He is now I working on a second book and a series of articles having to do with the United Nations, where heserved from 1953 to I960. AMBASSADOR WADSW0KTH Nikita Blasts Free World Continued from Page 1-A specific attack. He called Ye tushenko "politically immature." He said the poem, which referred to the mass murder of many thous ands of Jews buried in a ma>grave in the Kiev suburb of Bab Yar, had failed to mention that Russians. Ukrainians and othe non-Jews had also been victims ot Nazi -laughter. Everything you want in a Savings and Loan Association is here at. ade Federal i Office 101 t FUktt SI. So.."9* Strength and Stability... Dade Federal is one of the nation's oldest and largest, with sound management policies, resources exceeding 190 million dollars and reserves of more than 14 million dollars. 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vyo 9-^ Page 4-A vJewisli flcrid/ten Friday. March 15, 1963 "^Jewish Floridian OFTICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel HAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Publtstied every Friday since 1927 by The JewlBh FlorldUn at 120 N'.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorisl Assn., American Assn. o' English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the Kashruth of the merchandise advertised In its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year S6.00 Three Years 110.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 11 Friday, March 15, 1963 19 Adar 5723 There Are Other Middle East Dangers One of the continuing weaknesses in State Department diplomacy is being highlighted these days as it has not been in a long time: the capacity to believe that all's right with the world where Communism does not rear its ugly head. While it is admirable to show our unrelenting concern for democracy's avowed enemy, it is shortsighted and even dense to place all our national eggs in one basket. There are, of course, other things that can constitute a threat to free society. This certainly is the case in the Middle East today. The latest victim to fall before Nasser's pan-Arabism is Syria, which in little more than two months has followed the "revolutionary" course of Yemen and Iraq. Despite the obvious dangers involved in these events, our State Department was several days ago quoted as expressing its relief over the new Syrian regime, which it gratifyingly labeled anti-Communist. To moke the point bluntly, Adolf Hitler was anti-Communist, too; and there is nothing more pathetic than to observe the political punditry of fringe lunatics who bewail the fact in retrospect that the West "failed to understand" his fundamental political goal. Gamal Abdel Nasser may be anti-Communist in the sense that he is more adept than Fidel Castro at using Moscow, but American concern about the course of events in the Middle East today must not end there. If it does, as it so often did during the dull daze of the Eisenhower Administration, then we should steel ourselves right now to expect the kind of diplomatic military surprise that was SuezSinai back in 1956. By this, we do not mean that either France or England will once again join Israel in a desperate effort to turn the tide. Neither England nor France any longer possesses the kind of stake in the Middle East that motivated them to move almost seven years ago. But it is a fact that Israel can not wait to be ringed by Nasser's power for ultimate sweeping into the sea — as Nasser has promised her fate to be. And, when Secretary of State Rusk, in reaction to Egypt's continuing successes, merely makes a statement about U.S. concern for the integrity of Jordan, as he did on Monday, he is irritating the cause for anxiety in Israel today perhaps more than ever before. And neither do sighs of relief about Syria's anti-Communism mitigate the senselessness of this kind of foreign policy in the Middle East THE ALARMING ALARM CLOCK More Effective Objection The number of statements being made by Jewish organizations here and throughout the world about Soviet anti-Semitism seems to be advancing in satisfactory geometric proportion. Alongside these are the statements of sympathy they elicit from non-Jewish organizations and leaders in the arts, science, and government deploring the spiritual captive status of Jews living behind the Iron Curtain. We have ourselves editorialized on this for a number of years, adding our personal viewpoint to the by now mountainous studies on the subject. We hardly mean to imply that the statements and the studies have since worn out their welcome. But we would suggest that some attention be given to the lack of their effectiveness and to the purpose of reiterated complaint that brings no relief. All of this hardly suggests that we are calling for a moratorium on attacking the Soviet Union for its failure to extend the Jewish community the same rights offered other ethnic groups in the matter of expressing and practicing their religious preference. But it does seem to indicate that statements are not enough — that perhaps Jewish organizations and their leaders ought to pull in their horns for a while in order to devise newer and more effective means of objection. Noise is not one of these. Temple Ner Tamid Temple Ner Tamid will celebrate its fifth anniversary on Sunday evening. Honored will be presidents of the congregation and its affiliate organizations, past and present, for their contribution to the progress of Ner Tamid since its formation hardly a handful of years ago. During this short period of time. Temple Ner Tamid has grown to encompass a sizeable family membership in a large and modem plant that incorporates all the faculties necessary for the operation of a Sunday and Religious School; adult education programs; and cultural, social and traditional events that round out the agenda of a well-organized center of Jewish synagogue endeavor. Such rapid progress speaks well of the motivation of the officers, spiritual leader, faculty, and membership of Temple Ner Tamid. It reflects the story of so many fine congregations as they move to meet the burgeoning Jewishly-oriented needs of our time. Bonn's Tiring Leader Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany, has declared that the Germans have carried out both the letter and the spirit of the 1952 Israel reparations agreement. But he points out that over 600,000 personal indemnification claims, scheduled to have been adjudicated by December, 1962, still remain pending, and that thirty years after the holocaust that nearly destroyed them, these and other victims of Nazism have still to experience justice. As Dr. Goldmann suggests, time is running out. Dr. Adenauer. Bonn's tired leader, grows more tired each day. And after him—what? Some Editorial Hindsight The high pitch of concern surrounding Miami's Nazis seems to have abated this week. In the first instance, it was synthetically created by a press ill-advised in the method of its reporting. The Nazis are not in fact less busy today than they were a week or two ago. They have simply found it just a little bit more difficult to seize the headlines. The slowdown in interest is, we hope, a tribute to some editorial hindsight on where news leaves off and sensationalism begins. 1 the week as i see it by LEO MINDLIN ftJEW YORKER Magazine has just published Part IV during the week Si SsL'fiNr the series is more than a re view of the trial. It is a post mortem defense of Eichmann set against a backdrop of the history of Europe during the Nazi era. It is, above all things i„.,:uBti.ma a brutal attack upon the intei nty of the European Jewish community of this period, as well as upon its leaders. It states with out equivocation that the Jews, themselves, were in large measure responsible for the astronomic number of their kinsmen who sue' cunibril to the Hitlerian design. It makes the charge that some of the most distinguished Jewish spokesmen of the time. Dr. Leo Baec-k among them, deliberately assisted the Nazis in their genocide scheme. And more It suggests that the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem was a Zionisthatched political intrigue fashioned by Gideon Hausner or Prim* Minister Ben-Gurion who "wanted to demonstrate that whatever resist' ance there had been (came) from Zionists." It repeatedly bemoans the legal "errors" committed by Dr. Robert Servatiu.s j n the defense of Eichmann. who is time and again taken to task for one alleged and inexcusable failing or another, the absence of which might have strengthened his client's chance to beat what the author clearly regards as a "bum rap." Over what has thus far added up to hundreds of pages of factfilled material, it sounds a new note never before struck in this bj now well-played score: The Jews of Europe, despite their best effort! to help the Hitler regime destroy them, were in fact experiencing a grand and glorious time. Never were so many garden variety anti-Semites actually engaged in the valiant work of sa Jewish lives. •:• •:• -:• THfy SMOU TH[MSUVIS WILL QECLARES THE CURRENT installment: ". in Rumania ev-jii the S.S. were taken aback, and occasionally frightened by the horrors of old-fashioned, spontaneous pogroms on a gigantic scale; S men often intervened to save the Jews from sheer butchery Above all things. Adolf Eichmann was innocent of Israel's charge against him: while Servatius. of course, it is reiterated in a thousand different ways, did his client's cause no good. Repeatedlv. the series makes the point, stated boldly in Part III published Mar. 2. that 'The Council of Jewish Elders established by the Nazis in the various countries were informed by Eichmann or his men of how manv Jews were needed to fill the trains, and they made out the lists of deportees. The Jews registered themselves, filling out innumerable forms and answering pages and pages of questionnaires regardiiitheir property, so that it could be seized more easilv; they thin assembled at the collecting points and boarded the trains." In a critical analysis of the Gideon Hausner prosecution, the series suggests that his case "would have been weakened if the) ... had been forced to admit that the naming of individuals sent to their doom (was) with few exceptions the job of Jewish administrators ." With respect to the gnawing anxiety concerning the failure of so many countries, particularly in Europe, to accept Jewish refu gees and to shelter them. Part IV explains it unmistakeaWv for the dense and the uninitiated: "As though those tightly organized Euro pean states would have reacted any differently if anv other sort ol foreigners had suddenly descended on them in hordes — perniless passportless ." THE GKOVND HAS BttN COVffffD | REMEMBER Hannah Arendt from my salad days of profesaonal involvement in literature and literary criticism. Her testament IBi memonam to Hermann Broch. author of "The Sleepwalkers" and The Death of Virgil." will remain a slender but valuable monument to this giant of the twentieth century creative novel, who has been so shamefully obscured by the offluvia of potboilers to which men in their lack of judgment more likely pay homage. Hannah Arendt was a Zionist leader in the days before the Hit ler scourge spread upon the European landscape. In the United Mates, her name became known among sociologists and historian-. ^Lf an 1 ? casional on the frontispiece of the aestheticalhul? t |'tle magazines." More recently, she has been lionized in „ a y Mc <-arthy s latest book of essays, in whose coterie she now orbits. The constellation also includes other lights like Edmund Wilson in fact, the entire New Yorker set, which possibly explain* ina SZl Hannah Arendt has achieved the dubious distinction of be fnr 5 r u .. f Ichmann s ries This is quite an accomplishment 17"g"^r Europe Zionist leader. I don't know what Miss „ MS 'K r ShC has addcd ,0 'he literature. Certainly, "Harvest of Hate, by Leon Pohakov (Syracuse University Press, 1954; ColSfSS ^"I" 951)l presen,s ,he same "ts of European Jewry s systematic destruction. NMMM sv* fo* IN Atnismm S,Z?, Sc ? Urg e ,f ,he Swastika," by Lord Russell of Liverpool monv irt ^ brary 1 954) and tbe P ainiu,, y documented testiZZiS tf Nureml r S nalS and an un,oW numb of other works vlrvina H martvrolo *yand creative literature tell the story in varying degrees of competence and historic authenticity of D !" ?sV?„ n ^r ir Cb f S the Jew as %  %  A"*" docs %  P ean yfiTJlfi? tW sted m,nd that *he has been able, sifting through Se ran,? f ^ CS ? & million Jews to find both the gall and h* S ftu ,hC Wame f r lheir dvin 8 upon the dead. It is turned ME hL ? ch,evemen th e withering intellectual. w*o has of self-hatred **" *" '*"*• to inure herself in ,he memorabilia frua^StaiflS ^ ould v abov e aU things, know the mind of the stand better ^h d th ? ant, Semit "ell. Indeed, she should underfoJms th, I m St ,Hat ,hey exist everywhere in a variety of nSt 11 at her present series in the New Yorker is now loving up in Hie iSn m fin,. 'rT,: 8nd t0 thc witherin intellectual caught the Eichm,^? y b3te Ver inte ">ational kidnap legslisms, wUl he r.vJ ] K a f anath ema. For them. Miss Arendt* series ill be unexpected balm to soothe their anger anger soon to th m ev r SeS!T US fi a "u d MiSS Arendt t00 l" £tificaio 8 n w Hha. Ind tosh d r„,h hT 1 he guUt ,hcy share in 'he Hitler holocaust. Scat on Sv H ry k S T 0ffered at %  trial in Jerusalem, justif.cat on they now have ,n Miss Arendfs series in the New Yorker. is nigh on impossible to repudiate her by pointing to the Continued on Pago 10-A fc



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Friday. March 15. 1963 Jewlsii norid for Page 5-A B G's Cabinet Burns Midnight Oil ''. and Aida Yaslo receive congratulations from Mendel •i-'isher upon the establishment of a grove of trees in "Me Israel. Left to light are Zev W. Kogan, JNF leader, • Yas!: Aida Yaslo, talented concert pianist, and MenN. Fish?: national JNF leader. UTTER TO THE EDITOR Miami Youth Wonders Why Orthodoxy is 'Behind' Here ED TOR, The Jewish Floridian: i was my recent pleasure to .i a > convention in the" Jewish community of Savannah. Ga During my visit, I met many pie and -i many things, and, I .iik that I can safely say that 1 innah, • % %  i*h its meager Jewish' lation, is one of the most ...; and most perfect Ortholeu Kb c n mutinies m Amer%  %  aj lave lit in Miami for a Lit• than two year-, and as a enl of a Hebrew High School. I I Obaai vad the Jewish com: from what I feel is a| uni on "'Hi point of view Idy, 1 am quite bewildered. canni • inderstand why Orovertaken the othesent-da) Jewish movements. ••.., with approximately loo.ooo living i!' Miami, has the Or'\ movement here been so We'd In •'progress? •Vhile in Savannah, I met peopit from alt over the Southeasten United States, and I was .irr. died to -earn that in most of these urban ir.d suburban areas. Orthodox has made tremendous strides and is far ahead of its rival movements. Why can't Orthodox Judaism: thrive in Miami just as it does. in these other smaller but yet simliar Jewish communities? There! is no reason why a local yeshiva >hould have difficulty meeting itp yearly budget. There is no reason why a local Jewish hospital should have more Jewish patients ordering non-kosher food than kosher food. Why are there so many ••temples'' and so few •synagogues'".' What has killed Orthodox Judaism in Miami? MILES KUTTLER No. Miami Beach LONDON (JTAj ^Members,, "l Israeli Prime Minister David Ben (iunon's "inner cabinet" he'd a three-hour conference here wiih heads of Israel's armed forces. discussing the implications of the Syrian coup d'etat, coming on the heels of a turn-over in the Iraqi government at Baghdad a month ago, according to a Tel Aviv dispatch to the Sunday Obeserver IK re. Israel, the dispatch stated, believes Jordan may lie next on the li>t of Aral) governmental turn overs, and fears that an expansion the Damascus Baghdad bloc in the East ma> combine with an Egyptian drive from the West to revive tile anti I-rael "siege men tality." The newspaper's Beirut correspondent cabled Sunday that Israel may: now be "confronted by a more closely knit Arab world." The Sunday Observer's Cairo correspondent reported that Al Gumhoria, a newspaper close to the Nasser regime, has declared: "The Syrian revolution has completed a circle to blockade reactionary bases in Jordan and Saudi Arabia and the imperialist base in Israel." Egypt's dictator president Gamal Abdel Nasser has already rec-. ognized the new Syrian Govern* Sholem Aleichem Readings Slated Temple Menorah Sisterhood will meet Wednesday evening in the Social Hall of the Temple to honoi its life members. Mrs. Joseph Feldmar,. program vice president, will present Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz in a reading from Sholem Aleichem. Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood president. menl which is headed by Snlah Bitar as Premier. The latter ireported having said he is more worried about Israel and Western policies in the Arab world than about Communism; Bitar is con sitlered pro-Nasser, Well-informed Israeli circles in Jerusalem fell Sunday it is cle ir thai their country's main imnu'dlate concern, aa re ill! of the Syrian putsch following so closely after the Iraqi events of a month ago, centeron the effects thee moves may have on -Jordan and on Israelsecurity vis-avis Jordan. It was evident from developments in Jordan, as viewed from Israel, that the Amman Goverrj ment fears revolution—although > i( volt there may not be of a pro erite nature. Jordan quick, like Egypt, to recognize I new Syrian Government. But there seemed to he DOSSibiltiee that that n I OJ tlition dues not imply a pro-Nasser policy. Education Leader To Address AJCom. Dr. Eugene Youngert Sr., associate to Dr. James Conant in the "Study of the American High School,'' and recent consultant to the Study for Quality Education in Dade County, will be guest ol the American Jewish Committee at the third program in its Challenge Series on Wednesday. 8 p.m., at the Everglades Hotel. Interrogating Dr. Youngert on the topic "Educating for Democracy" will be Rev. Edward Graham, member of the board of trustees of the Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College of St., Augustine, and Virgil I. Pitstick. assistant professor and acting chairman ol the Department ol Human Relations at the University of Miami. Stuart Simon, attorney and member of the Greater Miami Chapter. AJCommittee Executive Board, will serve as moderator. David B. Fleeman, president of the local AJC chapter, which recently celebrated its tenth anni verary, explained that "the interest of the American Jewish Committee in education is a primary one. which calls to mind Mark Van Dorcn, who sees education as a school of mankind—a place where he who was a child begins his study ol the ruUs by which he may become a citizen in the republic of human understand." Mrs. Robert L. Berger is chairman of the series. Dubbin Family Endows Wing Accelerating the current Cedars of Lebanon Hospital drive to obtain matching funds to complete its upper three floors, Daniel S Dubbin this week announced on behalf of his brothers. Henry and Judge Albert S. Dubbin, the endowment of a wing in memory of their father, Samuel Dubbin. The Dubbin brothers are one. of Miami's oldest families, and have been active in many community and philanthropic projects. 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Page 6-A fJenisti fkridffar Friday, March 15. 1963 High Court Rules on Mixed Marriage "ust back from a national board meeting of the American Friends of the Hebrew University is Jack Popick (right), president of the South Florida Division of the American Friends. Popick, a national vice president of Hebrew University, is greeted here by Daniel G. Ross (left), honorary president of he Friends, and Eliahu Elath, president of the Jerusalem aniversity. Eichelberger to Address Beach UN Unit; Schindler Heads Officer Installation Clark M. Eichelberger, execu1 v director of the American Association for the United Nations, v,ill be a guest speaker at the in.allation dinner of the Miami Beach Unit of the organization on Sunday, 6 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Eichelberger was a consultant to the State Department and a member of the committee which preBeach Bar Hears Guest Speaker Frederick B. Sylvia, field repsontative of the Social Security dministration. was guest speak-.r at a public forum series sponsored by the Miami Beach Bar ssn Topic of his presentation Monday evening at Miami Beach Oceanfront Auditorium was "Bene-| ts Under Social Security Law." Program also included a film on' u Bill of Rights. In charge of the program were Stanley Richard, president-elect, : nd Leonard Rivkind, vice presi• enl of the Bar Assn. pared the first draft of the UN Charter. He was an advisor to; the U.S. delegation at the San Francisco Conference which, in 1945. wrote the charter. He is the author of a number of books about the United Nations. ; and has lectured extensively on | national and international affairs. Irvin R. Schindler will be installed as president of the Miami Beach unit. Other officers to be installed are Mrs. Toby Emanuel, H. P. Forrest, Abra| ham A. Grunhut and Harry Per, kel, vice presidents; Mrs. Pauline S. Schycon, treasurer; Mrs. Zelda Thau, recording secretary; Mrs. Edythe Schindler, corresponding secretary; Judge Henry L. Balaban, parliamentarian. Eichelberger's address here will include an examination of the critical issues currently before the United Nations, and a question and answer period will follow.During his visit here, he will be' a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, of Miami Beach.! Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt are mem-' bers of the board of directors of the Miami Beach Unit. —— REVOLUTIONARY NEW a RESEARCH MAKES THE DIFFERENCE MICRO-TV MODEL 5-303W Israel's religious dailies, waul prevent persons from manym JERUSALEM (JTA) %  Thei an amendment, which was pro-, abroad in order to circumvon! 11, Israel Supreme Court has ordered posed today by Hatz ofeh, one of require ments of the Stale the Interior Ministry to register, a Belgian Christian woman, who married an Israeli Jew in Cyprus, as married. But the majority ab stained from ruling on whether the marriage itself was valid. The justices, in a four-to-one ruling, declared that the registrar was obliged to record facts as, presented to him in documents in the case which arose from an appeal from an Interior Ministry action against Henrietta Catherine Funck. who went with Israei Schlesinger to Cyprus to be wed. Israeli law does not recognize, marriages of non-Jews to Jews. The couple presented a certificate of civil wedding, along with a passport amended by the Belgian consul, in which the woman was listed as "'Mrs. Schlesinger." The Ministry agreed to allow the woman permanent residence in Israel but refused to issue an identity card carrying anything other than her maiden name and her status as that of a spinster. The ruling was expected to result in changes in scores of identity cards now held by Israelis under similar circumstances. 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Friday. March 15. 1963 %  *Jmisii fkridUain Page 7-A ^Congress Leader Views Major Issues Today A nationally-known .Jewish lead* ,., expressed the belief here that one of the principal pressure in America today stems increased tensions suri,, %  ng the Supreme Court de eiion in the Bible-reading case. ,i will be nothing likthe i xperienced here in Miami aftec the Dado County ease i year ago in June," conceded Maslow, national executive or <>f the American Jewish Con rcss \ i-low was In Miami to meet with leaders of the South Florida Region at .1 variety of chapter gatherings. "The Protestant community has begun to realize," Maslow declared, "that they can't have it both ways. They can't argue against Federal aid to Catholic schools while at the same time they insist on a Protestant form of religious instruction in the public schools." But Maslow warned that tensions in this area of concern are not all on one side of the fence. "We must also be wary about the split in Orthodox Judaism on -omo of these same issues involving separation of church and state." As an example. Maslow pointed to the failure of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations "to come to a position on Federal aid to parochial schools." Negro Relations Turning to consideration of another principal pressure point, Maslow characterized the "alarming deterioration" in Negro-Jewfsh relations. He said that there is a "lull-scale revolt based on the growing Negro unwillingness to accept a gradualist approach toward their achievement of civil libertarian equality." Particularly, he said, there is a growing disenchantment with liberals, ma MASLOW ... pressure points and it is net reserved entirely to Negro groups like the Black Muslims or avid followers of Adam Clayton PowelL "Moderates are also disenchanted by the slow pace," Maslow declared, "and it is not important whether they • re right or wrong in their impatience with resolving their grievances in the courts. The fact is that militancy seems to be on the rise." Maslow said that it was especially sad to see the decline in Negro communication with the Jewish community, hut he singled out the American Jewish Congress as an exception. "We probably have better relations with Negroes than any other Jewish organization." he emphasized. He cited as an example the American Negro press, which shows increasing hostility toward Jews and Israel. 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Phone 532-7538 mornings or evenings Amsterdam News, and George Scfiuyler, of the Pittsburgh Courier, whose work exemplifies rising degrees of anti-Semitism. New African Nations On a hopeful note. Maslow said that the Negro press does not, on the other hand, attempt to reconcile these views with the heartening relationship between Israel and the new African nations: undoes it tailor this relationship 10 conform to its occasionally negative attitude toward American Jewish leaders. Turnir/j to the African nations, Maslow said that "we must all be excited by their great faith in the friendship of Israel. The Brazzaville Resolution, calling for direct IsraelArab peace talks, was sponsored by them; and we must also not forget their very honest self-estimation: that in the matter of anti-Semitism they are not advanced culturally enough to distinguish between Europeans." On a national Jewish level, Maslow opined that a rising pressure point must inevitably surround our lack of institutional devices for joint program planning and coordination. "I am not talking about the propaganda stand of the American Jewish Committee on monolithic organizations. "This," Maslow charged, "is hobgobblin stuff to justify the Committee's narrow position. I am merely talking about the opportunity for people to sit down in order to plan jointly the resolution of such major issues as Soviet anti-Semitism and the advances that may conceivably come from the Ecumenical Council—given a united American Jewish community with the joint resolve to urge the initiation of these advances." No Coordination Maslow charged that there is "practically no coordination between the American Jewish ComFHA—VA RESALES IN PERFECT CONDITION DADE 4 BROWARD COUNTY From $160.00 down $50.00 Mo. 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When both were members of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, each knew what the oilier was doing. Now," Maslcw declared. "thenis renewed hope ol the ADL's reaffiliation." Added Maslow: "The American Jewish Committee, which has elevated its rejection to a matter of poetical principal, prefers to remain in its splendid isolation." Maslow. who said that h" enjoys "very good relations on a personal and professional level with both the Anti-Delamation League and American Jewish %  Committee," argued that "we are not. however, talking about that." On another note, iie praised UnAmerican Jewish Committees recent decision to join in the call lor a national cejebration of the 20th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising as an example of the Committee's ability to coordinate its programs when it wants to. Jewish Orientation Turning to his own organization, Maslow defended the American Jewish Congress against charges that Congress neglects "exclusively Jewish interests in our activities." He cited as proof the Congress sponsorship last week of a Governing Council on Jewish Day Schools meeting, the dialogue in Israel last year on Jewish art and the Jewish artist. and the projected second Congress-sponsored dialogue in 1sreal this coming June. "But it is irne mat Jewish j community relations experts must begin to enlarge their scope of j interest." Maslow suggested. "If I we are no longer burdened by immediate pressures of antiSemitism in America, we must shift our view to related issues that can ultimately affect the status of the Jew here." As an example, Maslow urged American Jews to become increasingly interested in legisla tive reapportionment. "On it s face, this is not a specificallv Jewish issue," Maslow conced ed. 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Page 8-A '.'" Ir ** i #' Nnr/dHOun Friday, March 15, 1363 n "Federation is definitely in Fashion," as these three leaders of the Mercantile Division indicate by their broad smiles at the division's annual Combined Jewish Appeal luncheon. Left to right are Alfred H. Daniels, president of Burdine's, co-host of the division with Robert Macht, president of Jordan Marsh; guest of honor, John Serbin. of Serbin Inc., a past CJA general campaign chairman; and Harry L. Katz. president of Hartley's, luncheon chairman. Mercantile Group Honors Serbin Annual luncheon of the Mercantile Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, sponsored by the division co-chairmen. Alfred H. Daniels, president of Burdines. and Robert Macht, president of Jordan Marsh, was held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel and honored John Serbin for his many contributions to the Miami community. Harry L. Katz. president of Hartley's, served as chairman of the luncheon, and Daniel Neal Heller, chairman of Federation's i Speakers Bureau, was guest speaker. Serbin, who was 1957 CJA chairman, and has served at chairman of the Mercantile Division, was cited "for his leadership in the mercantile field" and "for his outstanding service to Federation and to all worthy causes in the Greater Miami community." Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth "Sholom, with which Serbin is affiliated, presented him with an inscribed. copy of the Szyk Haggadah. Mrcantile industry leaders join-1 ing in the testimonial were Morris i Rubin, president of Hub Department Stores; Apparel group chairman. Harry Mizrach; Department Store Group co-chairmen. Sam Rappaport and Maxwell Weisblatt; Furniture and Appliances Group co-chairmen, A. J. Alexander and Martin Spector; and Jewelry' Group co-chairmen, Morris Rabinowitz and Herman Rubin. The luncheon also celebrated the 25th anniversaries of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and! the United Jewish Appeal, both! sponsored by the Combined Jew-j i.-h Appeal campaign. Menorah Marks 13th Anniversary Culminating its Bar Mitzvah year. Temple Menorah will hold its annual celebration banquet on Saturday evening in the Napoleon Room of the DeauviUe Hotel. Chaired by Mrs. Lawrence Weston, the banquet will honor top j solicitors "and workers in a candlelighting ceremony, "The Bar Mitzvah Year," conducted By Rabbi Abramowitz and Cantor Edward Klein. Included in the program will be greetings by Maurice Revitz, president of Temple Menorah. and a message by Mrs. Ray Morse, Sisterhood president. Entertainment by Jimmy Holmes and the Ink Spots, -Eddie Carson and dancing to Irving Laibson's orchestra will complete the evening's program. Judea Planning Annual Reception Temple Judea annual reception and dinner dance will be held at the Doral Hotel and Country Club on Saturday. Mar. 23, 7 p.m., in the Miadoral Room. All proceeds will go toward the Temple's religious school. Reservations are being taken by the Temple office. Herbert Gelernter is president. Westview Pledges Up by $25,000 An additional pledge Of $25,000 to the Combined Jewish Appeal was announced this \uck by leadin.; members of Westview Country Club and the Greater Miami Jew ish Federation. Leonard Wien was chairman <>i the function, which was held in the form of the first annual Westview-Federation tournament and dinner, Sidney Lefeourt. president of Federation, announced thai 50 members of Westview Country Club had. to dale, contributed S267.000 to CJA. and that the S2. r ).000 in additional contributions made at the dinner represents "a coming of age and a realization by members of Westvicw's high status of responsibility and leadership in the Greater Miami community." Wien told the gathering that "because Federation is the central organization of the Jewish community and the one overall campaign responsible for the | health and welfare needs of Greater Miami Jewry. Federation deserves top priority in the philanthropic support of every Westview member." Club member Ernest Janis, cochairman of the 1963 CJA. called the tournament and dinner "one of the highlights" of the annual Westview program "I am pleased by the response to the first annual tournament and look forward to the day when every member of Westview Country Club will be a leading supporter of Federation and in addition give h is time, energy, and his knowledge of the community to one of Federation's outstanding agencies by personally volunteering his services in addition to his financial support." Club President Ferd Meyer welcomed guests. Presentation of prizes was made to winners of the Golf Tournament, which was arranged by Co-chairmen Mark Matthews and Dr. Norman Jaffe. Winners of the Best Ball Four-1 some receiving handsome Silver Revere Bowls inlaid in blue were) Jack Daner, Dr. Michael Gilbert,; Charles Reskin and Stanley C. Myers, wh6 also addressed the gathering. Chairmen of the day in addition! to Wien, and the Golf Tournament | co-chairman, were Louis Spitzer. i attendance committee; David Catsman, program committee;! Jack Daner, food committee; Dr. [ Robert Trope, card committee; and Milton Komito. publicity. Westview Country Club leaders are all smiles ct the first annual Westview-Federation Day dinner following a Golf Tour nament for members and guests of the club. Left to right looking at the display of prizes for the four winning golf foursomes of the tournament, aie Co-Chairman Mark Matthews, members of the winning forusome Jack Daner. Stanley C. Myers, and Charles Reskin. Chairman of the day Leonard A. Wien .holds the prize of the 4th winner. 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r n day. March 15, 1963 Dcdd Blasts U.S. Failure To Hit Red Anti-Semitism 1NGTON — (JTAi — The State Department came under fire le ihis week on charges by Sen. Thomas j. Dodd, Connect!it, that the Department had inadequately responded to Si raitism. ing increase, evidence <>i —— ish tendencies in the Sov the annual meeting o( the B'nai inion, Sen. Dodd said the B'rith i mal Council. arly revealed "Prime KaU „„. (M:i;( j chairman „ M Khrushchev, himself, as ed „ recen| M|( „ Qj .. smaU bu( ondener, if not the chief pos8iblj .,.„,„,„ i;i developments" of the persecution o! u|Ihm h( |SSI{ ha< ,. M| ,. j( ,., Soviet authorities are seriouslj disturbed by the extent of Western criticism over the discriminator} status of Sn\ iel Jew •, festicf? fhr§r§hirt Page 9-A iet .lews." The Senator referred to recent developments in Russia in commenting on an exchange he had with the State Department last summer on the Soviet Jewish question. In reply to the Senator's recommendation for In5 %  %  %  • United States diplomatic activity on behalf of Soviet Je//ry, Assistant Secretary of State Frederick G. Dutton wrote that "Publication of the Khrushchev letter in l/.vestia is the first time in more than two decades that the Soviet people have been given to understand by the highest ruling Party and State authorities that anti-Semitism is officially frowned on." Katz said. "In the past, Soviet denials have been limit w.i. "not possible to determine whether Soviet Jews are delibited lg the foreign pre-s." erateiy being singled out as Jews for a disproportionate Urge Clergymen to Help .mount of condemnation and vieB[JFFAL0 N y (JTA) A ,,m!iat on delegation representing the Buf>,:. Dodd said he "found it diffalo Hoard of Rabbis appealed this ficull to understand Mr. Dutton's week to a visiting group of Ru.-siincertainty, because it seemed to ian clergymen to use their "good me at the time that here was offices to improve conditions for w: iming evidence that the Jewish religious living in the SovSoviet Jews were, in fact, the iet Union." The visitors to But of special persecution." falo included Archpriest Yitaly Borovoy. professor of theology at Situation Hasn't Changed the University of Leningrad; Bishop Denisenko Philaret; and the PARIS (JTA) The situa-i R cv A N S(ovan A „ ;irc di „ nl lion of the Jews in the Soviet, tarics of he Russlan orthodox Union ione of the few fields n (jhurch. which dc Stalinization does not! teem to lie in practice, the New! 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Shapiro, spiritual leader, Yale Reports oh Bias in Education • lews of the Stalin purges in Russiet Union. ia "a significant silence" was, maintained on the question of Deputy Yonah Kesse, in a Wilt Mr. Topping wrote that statement assumed to have the Stalin and his late police chief, official backing of Mapai, deLaverent] Beria. are assigned nounced Soviet anti-Jewish poliblanket responsibility for the purges but "little if anything is Mid of the other individuals inolvi in the prosecution, execution or imprisonment of the victims • • • B'nai B'rith Sees Change YORK -(JTA)— A "glimher ol encouragement" that SovWl state inspired restrictions this •eek against Jewish community "' may be eased in the USSR was expressed here by B'naii rights given to those who wanted i._ n h President Label A. Katz at! to emigrate to Israel, to do so. cies during debate on the budget presentation by Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister. Quoting form a Soviet publication which carried an apparent incitement of the local population against the Jews. Mr. Kesse declared that "the silent cry" of Soviet Jewry was now reaching the entire world. He said the outcry would not come to an end until Soviet Jewry was restored to full equality with the NEW YORK (JTA) A report on the problems of prejudice in Protestant religious education i in the United States, made by the Yale University Divinity School, showed this week that 43 per cent of the school lessons of a lone Protestant denomination contained variations on the theme that the Jews crucified Christ. The findings were contained in "Faith and Prejudice," by Dr. Bernard E. Olson, as part of a seven-year study carried out at the divinity school to determine how Catholics. Jews and Negroes are portrayed in Protestant literature. The Yale project is one of three stimulated by the American Jewish Committee. "Faith and Prejudice" shows that Protestant materials display a wide range of treatment of those subjects which are most telling in their effect on Jews. One denomination cautioned its students that feelings of hate against the Jew "have a long history; their roots are deep and widespread." Citing the crucifixion tale, the denomination said that the Jews have been accused of "having killed the Son of God. Such an accusing attitude toward the Jewish people is surely not a fitting part of the Christian gospel." While many denominations carryvariations of the same attitude, "refutation of the charge is also Young Israel Games Night Young Isjra4af Greater Miami PTA is sponsoring a "Bagel-andLox" games night Saturday at the Temple Hall. Chairmen are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dclnik, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Weissman. 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Page 10-A f.knist Fkridiari Friday. March 15. 19f 19F\ I Jewish Unit Hits Soviet on Bigotry Continued from Page 1" A m the Soviet press would restrain "manifestationa of national prejudice and religious and cultural intolerance" in Russia and on publicity -calculated to make it appear that Jews are primarily responsible for economic offenses The resolution also urged the Soviet Union lo facilitate the reunion of families through emigration. Athe delegates were taking this action, word came from Paris ot another death sentence on a Russian Jew. cited in I'ravJa as "Kanzberg," who was convicted at another alleged economic crimes trial in Azerbaijan of "traffic and theft of goods destined for Soviet cooperatives.*' The conference announced plans for two meetings, one in the summer and one next January in New York City. COJO is composed of the American Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith. the Board of Deputies el British Jews, the Canadian Jewish Congress, Conseil Representaif des Juifs de France. Delagacion de Asociaciones Israelites Argentines, the executive council ol Australian Jewry, the Jewish Labor Committee, the South African Jewish Board of Deputies and the World Jewish Congress. The Jewish Agency for Israel was represented by an observer. Dr. Nahum Goldman was reelected chairman of COJO; Label A. Katz. president of B'nai B'rith. co-chairman; and Sir Barnet) Jan. ner, president of the Board of Deputies Jews, vice-chairman. Yehuda Hcllman was agai ected as secretary-yeni ; Henry Jacobson, president of the Men's Club of National Children's Cardiac Hospital, awards prizes to Kathy and Suzanne Brown for their contribution to a successful Valentine dance co-sponsored by the Men's Club and the local electricians union. A new fund-raising arm of the "Hospital with a Heart," the Men's Club is open to all and provides fellowship, as well as participation in NCCH projects. Membership chairman is Max Jacobson. Beachite Finishes Technical Course „ ,,,„„, n^.c a permanent base for duty in his A.rman Second Class Robert S. J ^^ spcciahy Levin has completed the United, A grarfuate of Miami Beach Sen; States Air Force technical trainior High Levin is thc ^ of Mrs jing course for communicationsjmy^j Levin, 1919 Meridian Ave. specialists at Goodfellow AFB, jj e \ t married to the former Mar Tex., and is being reassigned to; tha C. Bibb. THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A Prisoner of War experience of U.S. servicemen in Korea, who also passively accepted their fate at the hands of the skillful Chinese brainwashcrs. or to analyze the fundamental absurdity of the charge that Jews did nothing to fight back—a charge popularized in the recent Bruno Bettelheim study. For the floodgates have been let open to be entered by those never really convinced in thc first place—to be entered and to believe as the hate propagandists presumably believe in thc myth of the six million. One might understand this kind of agonizing Jewish self-hatred set against a pseudo-sophisticated backdrop of the Norman Podhoretz (Norman Mailerl-editcd variety of Commentary Magazine. But it does not come froiii the Podhoretzes among us. It comes from Hannah Arcndt. and this makes the implications here all the more shocking. What are the implications? That the tragedv of European Jewry has been grossly exaggerated; that what did in fact occur was the natural consequence of all the things the Jews called down upon themselves; that thc Eichmann execution had little relation to the crime for which he was charged. Above all things, this gratuitously insults the memory of the sainted dead, who at least died as Jews: while Hannah Arendt. in the affluence of her intellectual constellation, no longer even knows how to live like one. Docs the U.S. love her Chinese I POW's any less because some stumbled in the face of a brutal spiritual challenge to their survival instincts? Hannah Arendt loves the Jews less. In fact, like those she so viciously condemns for contributing to their own doom. Miss Arendt now does yeoman's service in digging future Jewish graves to the applause of the world's unconverted antiSemites. SHEVIN SAYS THANK YOU I wish to take this opportunity to thank the 9,000 voters of Dade County for the confidence they expressed in me during the recent primary. A special vote of thanks goes to my many friends, supporters and campaign workers who put forth their effort in my behalf. Bob Shevin. J. M. 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I. rFiicay. Marc h 15, 1963 vJenitti ffrrfcff/rtf/m Page 11-A Israel Eyes MidEast Consolidation Jeffrey Rosenberg (left), of Temple Beth Am, First Prize winner in '• e annual Essay Contest views the art object which won first zJace in the annual Art Contest co-sponsored by the Bureae ol Jewish Education and the Greater Miami Jewish Federc OH. Sammy Goldstein, Temple Beth Am (right), was the f iD rize winner in the Art Contest. Contest Winners Revealed Here \\ rs <>i tbe annual essay-art (.ntr co-sponsored by. the BuJewish Education and the Great' Miahil Jewish Federation ere announced at a geni embershlp meeting of the Jur by Joseph Cohen, presilenl Es first prize went to Jeffrey RostnN-rgt Temple Beth Am; second pnze, Ruth Hoodwin, third priz< osiah Meyer, both Beth Dav i. ongrogation; fourth prize. Line., ireen. Temple Beth Am: lilt: ize. Rita Fay Morton, Israelite .'enter. II rable mention went to Pame'i Grossman and Laura Schw.--.rtz, Temple Beth Am; and Pan.-... Schaffer, Beth David Congreg; -;i. V. rs of the art contest were ; ze, Sammy Goldstein, and In Dode & Broward Counties, nearly fVfrONE buys their awards from: 1^ HALPERT'S THOPHMBS Largt m the South" PAN AMERICAN BANK BLDG Ph. 377-2353 second prize. Judy Fagin. both of Temple Beth Am; third prize. Carol Goldberg, Temple Judea; fourth prize. Fred Susi. Temple Bmaou-El; and fifth prize. Charles Ehrlich, Temple Beth Shirah. Honorable mention went to David Michael Leopold. Jack Weintraub, and Matt Engle. all of Temple Beth Am. Awards were presented by Judge Milton Friedman on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A $50 U.S. Savings Bond went to the first prize winners, S25 bonds to the second prize winners and Jewish books to all other winners. The winning essay, "What My Jewish Community Means to Me," was read by Jeffrey Rosenberg. The annual Hebrew Vocabulary Bee attracted an audience of over 200 parents and children. Champions of 13 schools demonstrated their Hebrew achievement under the direction of Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau. Continued from Page 1-A rion" or by "an internal plot back'.I bj imperialism to topple the progressive government." State Department sources Tueslay declined comment in Washingon on reports of a proposed united Arab military command that would link live Arab states hostile o Israel, but voiced assurances hat the United States was devoted .o the preservation of Israel. These sources cited the strong pro-Israel sentiment in the United States Congress. They reiterated American interest, expressed last week by Secretary of State Dean Rusk, in the security of Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Officials held, however, that any comment on a proposed unified Arab military high command linking Syria, Iraq. Egypt. Yemen and Algeria would be premature and excessively speculative. It was meanwhile indicated that the Department is comforted by what it sees as an anti-Communist tendency apparent in the Iraqi and Syrian upheavals. The Department dots not necessarily interpret "Arab Socialism" and Arab unity moves negatively. However, the Department is continuing to press for withdrawal of Nasser's Egyption forces from Yemen and for disengagement ot Saudi 'Arabia and Jordan which are charged with supplying arms to Yemeni loyalist forces. The United States was accused in the British press Tuesday of aiding Egyptian President Nasser indirectly to instigate revolutions in ether Arab countries in order t<, briny these countries under his domination. Declaring that Nasser is "riding high in triumph" follow!' i the revolutions he instigated in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, the London Daily Mail said that Western experts believe that Nasser is paying at least $1,000,000 pr day for Yemen. Ths meney, the paper asserted, co:nes a'tua'lv from the Uni* I ftatos wh'rh gives Egypt f: ee surp'us fcod which in tu-n is :o'l by 6—/-* for cash. "Th's cash. ins'H of going into inten-.-il ^eve.i.jiicnt of Egypt, p-iy* .cthe Ye.nen war," tbe Daily Mail stresses. The paper says that the United States "turns a blind eye" to Nasser's ambition to dominate the Middle East and control its oil. The Daily Telegraph similarly emphasizes in an editorial Tuesday that "ihe policy ol Nasser t* to instigate and support military coups, and the policy of the United Stateis not to interfere with Nasser's movements." UNUSUAL SACRIFICE Beautiful Home in Coral Gables. 4 Bedrms.. 3 Baths, centr.il air. | conditioned & heated worth 165.0001 Near Univ. of Miami, High Scnool & Youth Center. Sold by Owner. HI 6-0298 UM Teachers To be Speakers Dr. Jack Kapshan, of the Uni-i On Friday, Mar. 29, the Rev. versity of Miami's Psychology Del Mina-Mina. 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Paqe 12-A fJewist noridfiann Friday. March 15, 19jt n Rabbis in 'Reaffirmation to Community' Week Observance at Passover Season Planning the fifth anniversary banquet of Temple Ner Tamid Sunday evening, Mar. 17, at the Deauville Hotel are left to right (seated) Mrs. Louis Gold, past president of Sisterhood; Murray Shaw, congregation president; and Mrs. Shaw, president of Sisterhood. Standing are Adolph Greenbaum, past president of Men's Club; Col. William J. Harris, past president of congregation; Mrs. Louis Cohen, past president of Sisterhood; and Dade Regent, Men's Club president. Not shown are Dr. Ben L. Fabric, past president of congregation; and Mrs. Fannie Sklar, first president of Sisterhood. Host of Sponsors Listed for Ner Tamid Fifth Anniversary Celebration Mar. 17 baum, past presidents of theMerfs Club. The Tempie currently has at its helm Mr. and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, president of the congregation and Sisteniood, respectively. They also be honored at the celebration. Temple Ner Tamid fifth anniversary banquet to be held on Sunday evening, Mar. 17, at the Deauville Hotel, will honor all past and present presidents of the Temple, Sisterhood and Men's Club. The gala event will also iniliate the Ner Tamid Humanitarian Award to be given to Mrs. Jeanne Daman-Scaglione for her heroic efforts on behalf of the Jewish people during the second World War. Star entertainment will follow the dinner which is being chaired by Irvine C. Spear. Sponsors i I the event Inolude Mr. and Mrs MorrU Adext, Mr. uid -Mis Joseph Albert, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Baker, Mr. and -Mis Max Barrar, IWr iiml Mrs. ciiiiil. s Branson, Mr. and .Mrs. Louis Cohen, Mis. Anne %  :-in. Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. ElR, Mi. and Mr-. M. David Elwltt, Dr. %  im! Mrs Ben I.. Fabric, Mr-. Henrietta Fine. Mr. and Mrs. Kzia Finegold Mr. iiml :.-!.Herman Frank, Mr. and Mis. Henry Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Michael fJlasier, Mr. and Mrs. Louie i (lold. Mi-Rita Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Qroenbaum, Mr. and Mis. Samii.-l Greenfield, Col anil Mrs. William .1. Harris, Mr. ami Mrs. Loula Hlrah. Mr. anil Mi-. Joseph Kalin. Mr. and Mrs. William Keats, Mr and Mrs Morris Klelmnan, Mr, ami Mrs. Jack Kllmrer, Mr. ami Mrs. David Krause, Mr. ami Mrs. Morris Lexner, Mr, and Mi.-. Harr> Lleberman, Mis .i>---iu. Mali ns. Mr. ami Mrs. Morris Miretzk\, Harrj Rapaport. -Mr. ami Mis. • in.I,Rest, Mr. ami Mrs. Nath. II Rottenb) r-. Mr. and Mr.-. Harry B. Bchoener, Mr. ml Mr-. Herman Shaw, Mr. ami An-.-. Jack Shaw, Mr. ami Mrs. MurShaw, Mr. ami Mr.Harry Sher%  in. Mr. ami Mrs Solomon Slegel, l >r. Melvln Slmonsort, Mr-. Fannie Sklar, .Mr. and Mr-. Walter .1. Sklar, Mr. and Mrs. lun Somer, Mr. .HI Mrs. Philip Bbref, Mr. ami Mr-. Irvine C, Spear, Morris Splselman, AnBadle Trosky, Dr. ami Mrs. David Kails, ami Mr. ami .Mrs. Joseph Zeman. At the celebration, the presidents under whose administration Ner Tamid has grown will be honored. They are, Col. William J. Harris, and Dr. Ben L. Fabric, past presidents of the congregation; Mrs. Fannie Sklar, Mrs. Gus Gold, and Mrs. Louis Cohen, past presidents of the Sisterhood; and Dale Regent and Adolph GreenFor the past rour years, the spiritual leader of the congregation has been Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, and the Cantor is Saul H. Breeh. y %  ^ The weekof Apr. 9 to 16, fractional Passover holiday time, has been designated as a "Week of Reaffirmation to your Community" b> the Rabbinical Advisory Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federal Kin. Dedicated to the redemption of Jews throughout the world who seek a new life in Israel and other. free nations, as well as to the lifegiving work of Federation's agen i i< in the Greater Miami community, the observance will be cosponsored by the Greater Miami .icwis'i Federation and the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Rabbis have pledged the use of their pulpits to tell their congregants of the important work ol Federation, the significance of re -• Sholem Lodge Offers Musicale Jewish Music Month was celebrated by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, at a meeting Tuesday even-; ing at Beth David Auditorium. Last meeting of the present administration, outgoing president, A. David Rayvis, presented the gavel to his successor, Sanford if. Swerdlin. Program chairman. Sidney H. I Palmer, introduced Ben Essen, at-' torney. who acted as master of ceremonies for the evening's en-' tertainment. Musical selections, including old and new Jewish melodies, were offered by Cantor Richard Brown, of Temple Judea, with Bob Rosen as accompanist. demption to Jewry throughout the world, and the importance of the 25th anniversaries of the Federation and of the United Jewish Appeal. Serving oiv the committee are Rabbi Jonah Caplan, ol Temple Adath Yeshurun; Rabbi Norman N. 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March 15. 1963 vJewist fhridiann Page 13-A %  Death. If one could only 3 Upt for a Brotherhood of Life. —N. STRAUSS. I • • • HJ: t M <• not all one father' Has ~ •j,,: i -. i >od created us? J MALACHAI I • flutter ii re itcdl. YIDDISH PROVERB. I SAYINGS OF FATHERS 3n C7L Wealm Of Jtti Know Your Heritage ... In Question and Answer icivni s r^eligioHS 42*~ife By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why do torn* pious Jews insist that the table they aat from always be covered by a table cloth? The Talmud writes that the table of the scholar is two thirds covered and one third exposed (Baba Bathra 57b). The commentaries write that the table of the Jewish home is considered to be an object of holiness, and as such should be covered as a holy object is to show a sense of reservation. Some claim it is like the moves the empty dishes so that the presence of the Almighty is not invited to a sight of empty and soiled dishes but rather to a neat and clean, orderly appearance. a Why do some insist upon putting on their hats and their suit jackets before reciting the Grace after meals? These requirements are traced to Talmudic source (Berakoth 51a and Yerushalmi Berakoth Chapter 7). The general reasoning offer5 vices *\J It i a lAJe ekend Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. table upon which the show bread if? 'T e t. ""T/ was placed in the sanctuary of i h A lm,ghty is summoned to the old. On that one there was alf" bl % at ^moment_ and that ways something on it. i.e. the %  he ^' f re ^hooves the individual show bread. Generally speaking %  £'/* %  "£, £"t the table cloth shows a sense of ible .n the lace of the Divine Presrespect and dignity to the table |~ accomplished and those who sit around it. •J • Aboth, Chap. I, 17 hu (on Njid. All rnv ou n up among the I '...• i found nought of ::, • nee than silence; nut .; %  bm doing Is the chiel i U'hoeO it profuse of nisei tin. I e Aboth, Chap. II. 1 Why do some insist upon removing the empty plates from the table before reciting the Grace after meals? donning one's hat and suit jacket so that one is fully dressed as one would be in the presence of a mortal king. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Golden Calf." Saturda> 10:60 a.m. Sermon: "The Ancient Kite of Purification." 4:3i> p.m. Yiddish lecture: •'Judaslm—A Progressive Religion." BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. L'pson. Friday 8:16 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Has Mitzvah: Pattl Marilyn, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Adler: Mar Mitzvah: Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moo Farrow. BETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 6:60 a.m. Sermon: "worship of God la Baalc." Minclia 6 p.m. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What ia Jewish ii •?" Saturday 8:46 a in. This page if prepared in | cooperation with the Spiritual E Lenders of the Greater Miami I Rabbinical Assn. RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gems of Wisdom %  mi.; si vr. imv' i BB1 MMHM w ..iii.i!.iiiiir.i:!::::::.!:iiii:;: Why are the Saturday morning services in the synagogue usually scheduled at a later hour than the daily morning services of the week days? The Biblical references to the mighty does not come upon empty daily morning sacrifice specificalvessels. The source for this. is ly refer to the time as "in the traced to the story of Elisha and morning, every morning" (Lev. j Su 7,' ir ',i"y""i' a7m.""l>ally 7:80 Ym. and the Shunamite woman, wherein it 6:5; Nos. 28:4) while the sacrifice | 4 p.m. aid Which is tlir right was related that the flow of the offered every Sabbath speaks of j BEXM TFILAH, 9*5 Euclid ave. Or%  ..: a man vliould choose r ; 0 || did no t start with nothing; but the "Day of the Sabbath" (Nos.: thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. WOOD. 1361 S. 14 ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Friday 8:16 p.m. National Council 1 Jewish Women Sabbath. Sermon: "Making Religion Real." Saturday II a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Mltcnal. sun of Mr. and Mrs. Jack L-lpalner TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon" • Ktructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prair.e ave Or, ^ a "tor Herman Gottlieb. thodox. Rabby H._Lo,ns Rottman. ( ^antor^ ^ ^ ^^ R ^ BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington I ilona on Becoming a Orandfather. ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stem. Saturday, Cantor Maurice Mamches. are the Kami Sermon: "These This requirement is traced to the authority of Rabbi Solomon Lurie (The Famous Maharshul). Ii follows the general understand-; ing that the blessing of the AlTEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Cantor Ernest Steiner. |j I Friday 8:30 p.m. United Synagofjue EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. ] Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max i Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 8:13 p.m. Berrhon: "Kssentluls of Judaism." Saturda] vi„ % %  — • % %  i n Sermon' "Prestige "I a PeoYouth Sabbath. Saturdaj %  • a.m. pi!" -.,,,', si.l.i.'.sh Beudot s.iPost-Conftrmatlon Students Bennonmon: -Who Seeds Purlflcatlonr' nettea. BETH RAPHAEL* IITNW 3rd ave. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Thirty years Rlnce the Nazi Rise to Power. Saturday 10:48 a.m. Bar Mitaiah: Douglas, eon ot Dr. and Mrs. HerSe^K^Ph^^^ 1680 0 NW or io him u'ho does u. unJ which r sd 0 f oil which she poured. Genboth week-day and Sabbath, are ilio bnngs him honor from man-1 %  era iiy, this feeling is again a dem-; representative of these sacrifices, ta.i (., heedful of a light precept I j onstration of etiquette and dignity I the inference was made that the J I at the Jewish table. Sabbath services should commence Upon reciting the grace, one relater. %  .. .* aavaaaaai %  i .., wr ,-i I %  I MS %  %  %  How a Rabbi Spends the Day Following is Part I of a bird's eye view into %  :.< day I activities' of a Rabbi. What does he do lour spiritual leader is not in his robes and pulj :: leading your i on i; re Rational service' With ,.-. imagnidlit'C BMitl from lack, Lai in. a member ./ Beth Torah Congregation. No. Miami Beach. :-., follotl'ing should serve to fill in the very many ,. '...... This young, purposeful man in a hurry has something on his mind. You see it in his benign facial expression, hear it in his even toned declarations, feel it in his aura of solemnity, his air of joviality. His perennial preoccupation is life. And his every waking hour, and even some of the others, one interminably entwined in that sometimes underrated field called living. Name: Take your choice. Occupation: Rabbi. Place of employment: A Congregation. There is no such thing as a typical day in the life of a Rabbi. As the elements change, as fingerprints vary, as personalities differ, so unlike is his day-to-day course of events. It is not just a living, not just a "place of employment." Arriving at his office, the Rabbi finds a tearful couple waiting in the outer room. There is no appointment and no previous acquaintanceship. Their priority to see the Rabbi? Their tears. Case history: Three-year-old child about to he operated upon that day. Doctor's prognosis: Bad. The Rabbi offers them hope—hope in God's Will. "Please God, and all will be well," he tells them. No quick panacea, no guarantees. Because the operation is scheduled that day, he takes the couple into the Chapel, and before the Torah. offers his prayer. Happy ending: The child survives the operation, the parents survive, too. Phone call for the Rabbi: "Where can I buy Passover bread?'' a woman asks. Another call: •Rabbi, my wife just gave birth to a baby. What do I do now?" SALESMEN AND CONVERTS .atlc.n.s from within Yourself am vour Midst." 6 l>.m. Sermon: "Th.i:n,iical Portion of the Week," BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday '.:1a and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Don't lie a Johnny-Come-I,ately. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman ividman; Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Qreenberg. CORAL WAY7EWI6H CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 8:10 p.m. sisterhood subbath. I'uiplt (meat: Mra. Uollle preetdent. 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washtngton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvino Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bomstein. Friday 6:M p.m. Sermon by itabbi Mc,iris W, ilraff, assistant rabbi of ih. Temple: "Do the Ten Commandments Need Revision?" • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Fridav 8:1a p.m. Sermon: "Is Hellgion" Wish Fulfillment?" Saturday 10:80 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Victor MHSKnye. Sisterhood prealdent. Topic: ,.„%„•„ of ,;,, :,„u Mrs. Sidney Fox. 11.-art of her People. NalutUH} ___ ^ ^__ S:4."i a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Irvin, son ,,f Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Maiautz. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday *:i."> p.m. Sermon: "The Religion of Maturity." Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the week." Bar Mitzvah: Jeff, s"i of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Wynaton. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 6:16 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Law." TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday <:!."> p.m. A fifth anniwr-;i!\ sermon: "The Meaning of the FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st IEternal Light." Saturday g:4S a.m. pi. Conservative. Rabbi David RosI _.._, _,TT7 £r? .moTu MI AMI enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. —7r. ,. a i'„,i.,n 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab%  Y day 6:15 p.m. Sermon: i onion nnii M LOWV of the \V..k." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar *" D nlel M Lowy. Mitzvah: .la.-k Edward/ eon of Mr. Friday 6:16 an, Sermon: %  ( hatauand Mrs. Barney Landers. qua fotperlencea. >at,i.d. > 1 a m. 1 a I liar Mitzvah: Thomas and Richard, FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801' twin KM Of Mr. and afri %  Jt is life. A Rabbi begins one day as the next—with his customary morning prayers. During this almost silent ritual, he automatically recalls the events of the preceding day—a request to offer prayers for someone hospitalized, a plea for aid to a distressed family. Some specific person or incident is included in his daily pre-breakiast devotion. He explains it this way, dispassionately, "I feel Personally responsible for everyone in my congregation and in my community." HALF AREN'T EVEN MEMBERS The phone rings. The Rabbi cannot be interrupted during his recital of the Shema. A member of his family must answer. It is a dislr "UKht man on the other end. His wife insists she is dying and must pray with the Rabbi at or >ce. Time: 7:30 a.m., and there follows a quick nes tiy desire to become Jews, following disillusvisit to the ill, middle-aged woman for words of j on ment elsewhere. And there are those who comfort and silent prayer. The woman does not intermarry and request conversion to the faith of d| c, was in no danger of dying, but at that motncir intended. Instruction is necessary. As the A stream of visitors now. Committee chairmen are bent on selling tickets to a synagogue function, eager to raise money, and pleased that the Rabbi remembered their names. Then there are salesmen. "Rabbi, no Temple should be without this four-color Siddur." He is kindly directed to the proper administrative purchasing agent. The Rabbi is never "out" to any visitor. "I will never keep anyone waiting more than 15 minutes. It may add to their anxiety," he explains. An unhappy married couple enter. They air their marital differences. How can the Rabbi help? "I never give advice," the Rabbi says. But he listens. And he deftly guides them into possibly solving their own problems by answering their own questions. His secondary field of interest may be psychology, yet he often recommends marital cases to professional counselors or psychiatrists. He strives for reconciliation, sometimes delving into their most intimate problems to extricate the cause of their unhappiness. And the converts. There are those who earnsurgeon wields his scalpel with a meticulous hand, so must the Rabbi utilize with extreme caution the words and thoughts of his heritage. "lent she believed in her imminent demise. The family was not a member of his congregation, "id still is not. Actually, half the people visited, counseled, and comforted by the Rabbi are not members of his congregation. And. yes, some are not Jews. • on u.i i. i iu i ..i.tali ...,, ...: %  .. in... NEXT WEEK: More questions for the never overworked Rabbi. E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. ITIday *:la p.m. Sermon: "The Psychology of Religion." One* Shabbat hosted by Sisterhood. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Fridav 6:46 and 6:18 p.m. Sermon: "Recognisable Loaea ami Unrecognisable Loses." Saturday 8:43 a.m. llai Mitzvah: Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cohen. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday S p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Upholding the Torah." MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Daily 8 a.m. Saturday 9 a.m. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Bth at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Kk in ... .. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: A New Heart." Oneg Shabbat host: Mr. and Mrs. Murray Halpern In honor of their 29th wedding anniversary. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. Friday 8:15 a.m. Sermon: "The Meaning of a Hellgioux Education." First grade students of the Hebrew School will be presented with a Hebrew Prayer Hook. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rjbbt Herbert Baumgard. Cantor CharTes Kodnar. Fridav 8:60 p.m. S.rmon: "To Kill a Mockingbird." Saturday 11:16 p.m. Bar Mltavah: David, son of Mi and Mrs. Irving Klein; Roger, son of i'r. and Mis. Norman Nasli. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. Rbffenaon. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Cross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. KIM. iy 6:16 p.m. Saturday 9:30 a.m. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zimorj ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. --,„, Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'The Will to Understand." Saturday 8:4" a.m. Sermon: "The Meaning of Cleanliness." TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantx. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Purification Through Defilment.." Oneg Bhabbat host: sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." YEHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative). Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Fridav 8:15 p.m. Oneg Shabbat hosted by Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. feernion: "The Hed Heifer." SENIOR CITIZENS SYNAGOGUE. 1850 Alton Rd. Rabbi Henry Schorr. %  iil.t ill" i AIM:... I' :V''l %  %  : ~ I ^ CANDLE LIGHTING TIME 19 Adar — 6:12 pan.



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Ley, March IS, 1963 +Jc*l*tinrkJic*ri Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE H}1 Notl •re*"' •jUU' um aw |..v • !).' %  .Ill ;i i i t OP INTENTION TO APPLY ORCM4NCE OF NAME X.ANCERV NO. 3C 1883 ", h.i. .. tlM'ii tUnt th' un', r,v.;r ECUENE EDIIIOH IVSKI, n resident of ..,i, County, Florida. Intend* ."'•",. ,.i,. u( tin.indue* at tin • judicial Circuit in his office ,l, Count)' Courthoui-r, at l \\ on [he 1st Day <>r April. Order ••Manning his name SBNE KDWARD MIK'OI.INM: MVKKI.. by which name renf" r be known. • Mi: PlorWa, F'eb. -7. KH\V \i:i> MildllNSkl Petitioner :i I-8-15-8J W£HO CE BY PUBLICATION 1 ... THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE lE .TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF | fLCP DA IN AND FOR DADE NTV IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2190 .Tin .lUHDAN, VN %  l ., IS JORDAN, ill SUIT FOR DIVORCE |; r I.' 'I IS JORI 'AN liimcton sir., i. Mann. • In notified thai B Bill HI fin I ilvorei nan been you and you an re. r\ .i O|IJ of youi AM i %  [.i n. ). MAN .V II. 'I.T/.MAN. !.l> l-.l'ILDINO, MIAMI : %  %  -•. n-1 fib* tii ..u for ih.I %  • llel in iii. um of CompUilnt. %  Khali be |iubllahed once ..i i..inroom ruth •• .-. %  !,:\\ ISM l LORIDIAN. \ \i> < >I:I >EREI > at Miami. ;7th da) ..i February, tTIIFTRMAN, Clerk, in, I lid. 'ountj. Flfti bin It) : K M. I.V.MAN i >. put) Cl< rh ilinun .\ Holtsman Kulldins • i ifin %  i I'lulntlfl J 1-8-15-2J NTf CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEkEvTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF H.0" DA. IN AND FOR DADE C:.STY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2143 |l HSllN, JR., as A.linillistlani Affaire, an Officer •• -i st.il.-> of America, and ;RU %  -. tn M.i-u office, and his Ihell • LEGAL NOTICE IV 'And when I leaned over to replace the sod found the missing part of the Dead Sea Scrolls!' Cop.. 1962, Doyenj Production! \rsi:v A .III. I>I:IS fA rNOTICE OF SUIT I i MI, i" \csi:v and ,i SKY, his vi ifil lirllverj I Florida lll'ltl ItT \". ITIFIBD thai ...n-lit against you %  \. JR., a* Adn inlf \ i falre, an 'ii .•• i .i' %  •.nil V I |ol i.l. i i. .I ih IMI to file \ % %  < %  an %  i. : i, of tin 'b • i ,. County. I-1-i II \ii %  mi. i.. i Ids Api il .'. ls*J3, and tn %  -• nil unswer > %  i•• %  • i MYEItS, KAPLAN A CATSMW. %  il"' lie -. H III'.-.a.l.li, %  s Is Itllll.illUf, 1150 B.W. First ml Florida, on or bele, ..r. quirt 'l b) thi law i" ii you fall i" .1.. so, il.. lll i laki n .i r mfe I %  II |... I-,. Confexiui "ill lanlnsi you for the i. li.-f ii Hi. complaint. I hlii 56th iln) of FVbruury, Ii LF.AT11BRMAN of :li.. 'Ircuit i '-.nil h County, Florida By: K M. i.YMAN I '• ml) i i.ik \..,.lan & I'ai-maii Bull n ...-! s lorida :: l v!.-.-.".' NC" CE BY PUBLICATION "THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVE-vTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF fLC t DA IN AND FOR DADE CC.NTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2160 ••; %  > il M.i '\ Ii DC BROW %  %  '' %  \N. >R Bl'BRl fW i %  ulani SUIT FOR DIVORCE •'' : • ':i. ..ii."Burrow •" Itb} I %  ;. i -i.ii.. '. • Ktreel • nbura, Mimouri %  n. • u:v KI.KANOB BURROW. ';• •• notified that %  Bill of '"i'U.. '.„• uvorc* baa baen flUni wail .., .„„, y 011 Ui required t '. : "i your Answer ..r Plead* ''': ."•• Bill ot i'.,in|,la.nl ..n the Wil attorney. SEYMOL'R LONNAV Tin Avenue, Miami. ia. „I„I fii e u „. „,i K i lia | Anawer in ih. office of the Clei* in. i -. ,,, Qourt on or before the March, I9M. If you fall ludicnient by default will be nal you for the r.ii.f dethe BUI of ('••midalnt. I" 1 %  tl> •• Khali be |.ul.li-h-.l once ?..;',•• '•"' four conmcutlve weeka '.IJEWISH KUHUUIAN. \NI> ..I:I.I:I:I:U al Miami. LEG^L NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE" ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2O80 U 11.1.1 AM II UII.K1 1'laintlff, Vs. AMR1TE ol.l'IIA.M I:II.I:V. I '.1'iii.lanl. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION TO: AMHITI: I.I.PIIAM I:II.I:Y 61Sterling Bti <-.'i Oreenaboro, North Carolina Vn or before the 2nd das of April. iH6:t otherwise a Decree Pi" Confeaao will be e nter ed ngalnat you. DATED at Miami, Dad.County. Kl.n1.la, ihi> ti'.ili day of February, IMS, i: B. l.KATlll.ltMAN Clel k "i the i'ii-.-iiii i '..in I (aeal) Bj I.. SNEKDKX I leputy Cli rl. JOSEPH \V. MAI.IvK An..in. v for Plaintiff %  :'.."..' l.i In Bond Miami III aril !', IIOI kill :: |.\.|S-SS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN that ih. underelgned, dealring i" engage in buaine**a under the fii'tioui. name ..f CHEAP CHARLIE al r.-'l WaahIngton Ave., Miami Beach, Kla., intendi i" regiater aald name with the Clerk ..r the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. KAli'AM ENTERPRISES, IXC. %  ole ownt-r 3/8. i:., '.'•-'. n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C-795 (Balaban) srBT'RMA PEDEBAL BAVINOS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Ilalntiff. v. UEXE BARTON WHATLWT and BBURBTTA ARNOM) WHATIJOV hla Wife. AI.KIHA fASTEl.l.i >I and CASTRIJXtl her huaband If married. ALBERT II. DANIELS and KAItl.AINi: DANIELS hi.wife. Defendants NOT CE OF SUIT TO: AI.I:I:I:T II. DANIELS and i:\iM..\l.\r. DANIEIyS hla wife, RESIDENCE CNKNOWN, and all nartlea rlalmlna i>>. throtign, ani'er or agalnat the above named defend' ants if alive, or If dead ih.'ir unknown li.'lrs. deviaeea, grantee**, legnteea, aaabmeeH, llenora, rredltora, truatei'i. and nil parties havlna or tialmlnv < % %  havlnv an) li^lii. title or Intereal in the propel t> hi i .in deacribed: You ai. herehj notified thai the above cap tinned action lia.been iatltuted agalnHl you in the Circuit Court ..I Hi. KLEVENTH Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for BADE County to forecloai a.mortgnge upon ih.following deaciihed real iiroot'r'v: I...i :' %  ;. Block 71. NORWtXID FIFTH ADDITION, SECTION TWO, a.ling '. %  the Plal thereof r< i (I In Plal Book .:.'. at IVate 109 of the Public Kecorda of Dade County, Fiorida. You an required L. file youi an awei' t<> plaintiff a I'omiilulnt with the i "lerk of ili'afoi'exnlcl i 'ourt, nn I -i-:\,a ."|.\ thereof upon plaintiff'* 1 attorney MARTIN FINE, l Mi Fi>r I' .II .1, i.il BUlg., Miami 32, I ii"i Inter than March -'.. l!M:l, ... i Pro 'onfcKwi ill I.. iii'-i'.i llHl Xoll. |..\Ti:i; February 15, I'll I i: B. I.KATIIKKM \N Clerk >.f the Circuit Comt I -..,H II \ \l v\| \\. I leputy icrk MARTIN FINK Atlorne} for Plaintiff i Mi I'l I'a.bFVdcrnl Hide. Miami S2, Florida S 22, :: l-S-l." ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! rJenist) f/criJforj solicits your legal notices. Ws appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Diai FR 3-4605 for messenger service i., k-n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2403 .1 s C.I.KAS'lX, JR., ..>Admlnli V'.l.ians Alfaira, an Ifflcel ••' |l, I i,n, 1 Si.l...I A lil.l l< ... all. I i.icli "iiIi-. and i*i — "i til, .i taaifj I I'lHlntlit, STANLEY BltENNAN and KAY FISANCICS BRFJNNAN, hit. wife, el al, I .. I.-n.I..: It. NOTICE OF SUIT Tti: sr.\Nl.i:v BRF:NNAX and KAY I -KAN'.'Ks BRENNAN, Iiiwife, ii living, Including any unknown •nouaea ol i-ii.i Defendants if th-y have remarried, aid ii dead, their unknown heira, deviaeea, grantees, %  %  aigneea, rredltora, llenora, truateea, and all othei peraons claiming by, through, or under or agalnat theae Def*ndanta, uhoee residences arc nnYOl''ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has biscn brought agalnat ypu by .1. s. 11 LEA SON, JR., gs Administrator ..I Veterans Affairs, an Officer ..r the I'nit.d States of America, and his successors in such office, and his in their assigns, to foreclose a mortKiitre encumbering the following des.i il..-.l in..].. rl> to- ii Lot 4. Illock <:.. ol FIRST ADDIrh'N i>* MYRTLE ORO\F., according to the plal thereof, recorded in Plat Book 57, ai page -. ol the public records ol Dade County* Florida: and you are i Ired to file your answer with iln Clerk of thi Ircult Court of Dade County, Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or i„-f.„.' April i". lJ, and to serve a copy of -mil answer ui •ff.E'rS' HEIMAN. K MM.AN r.\l>MAN. Plalntlfrs attorneys, whose addi-eas is Kiev, n-i'.it^ Building, 1150 s w Flrsl Street, Miami % %  < %  Florida, on ot Before -aid date, ns required ni tinlaws of Florida, If you fail to do so, in. complaint will !>.• taken as confouaed bj you ami a Decree i fo < onfosso will be entered against you roi the relief demanded in the cwnplalnt. DATED this 'itii day of March, IflM. R. It. I.KATHKK.MAN Olerk of the Circuit Court lla.l.' i'i*ulit>, I'loiida (seal) H> : K. M. I.YMAN. i leputy Clerk Myers, Helman, Kaplan & Cntstnsn Bleven-Kifty imiidiiiu %  ISO B.W. First Street Miami U, Florida ., i: _.,„_.„, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2154 NANCY CAROLYN OATEH Plaintiff DALE RODERIC OATEH Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOC. DALE K>L>K1U serve n copy of your answer t>> Divorce Complaint tiled against you "ii Plaintiffs attorney, OEOROE NICHOLAS, •'.!:! X.W. 18th Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file original with Clerk of this Court >m or before April 1st, i::::. otherwise complaint will be confessed by yon. DATED: F'eb 27, lS E. B, I.I:ATIII:UMAX, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Morida (seal) By: C. P. COPELAND Deputj CU-rk :; [-8-15-22 f 87th da) ..f February, l : l-EATHERMAN. Clerk, 1 l>i de County, Florida B> K M I.YMAN ... Dei Clerk ith x. 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58611-B In RE: K-i.it. of SAM SCHliNBERO I >.,-.•.. >.-.! NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AH P i sons Having Claims or Demands Agalnat Said Eatate: v..ii ore hereby notified ami required to present any claims and demands ivhloh you may have against the estate <'t SAM scin >NHKlt< .. deceased late of Dade County, Blorlrtn, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Ktatues, In th.dr offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, ,.r the sain.will be barred. Dnti i at Miami. Florida, this I .th day of February. A.I). IMS. BESSIE BCHONBERG As Executrix MYERS. HEIMAN, KAPLAN A CATSMAN Executrix Street Attorneys i-.r 1150 S.W. 1st Miami. l"la I 22, i 1-8-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai ih.undersigned, desiring to engage in business r the fictitious name ol MERIDIAN -' II NT KA I APARTMCNTS at 1809 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, i "".' bitnda *o reals er said name with the Clerk of the I limit Courl "f Had. County. Fiord i CEHK1M' HLDINtl CtlMPAM Hi". I".' I l nn HAROLD STRI'MPK I -'.' Atlorne) I D neii .: i S-15-22 : • II-22-2S IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58222-B In RE: Estate of MILDRED B. FUTERPA8 l leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Hating Claims or Demands Agalnat Said Estate: .... Y..U are hereby notified and reonir.'d to pus.nt any claims and Bemands whi.h you may nave against the .sta f MII.I'UKI; B. FIT-. PAS deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judgi lia.le County, and file th. same in their offices in the County < ourtho*JM In Made County, lorida, w thin six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or ttie s'iiiie will be barred. IRWIN S. FTJTBRFA8 i:\ecutor C.T.A. IRWIN s. FI:TERF"AS Attorney %  •>•< Miracle Mile Coral Cables. Florida „ ^^ ^ ,_,.,NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealring t" engage i" business under the fictitious name ol TALLER ASSOCIATES at TTll Byron Wenue, Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk oi ih. Circuit Court ..i Dads %  ..11111 >. I l"i Ida. .. HKRKR R. McINTIRE Law >i'i"'''>' staid, v Levim An.i ii. j for H.I..-I R. Mclntlre %  •Tali, r Associates" ,., ithwest Set "H.i Avenue U ;'. ii. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2079 VINCENT I'run-: HOLLENBECK. Plaintiff, DELORKS I.Ki: HOLLENBECK, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DBLORE8 LEE HOLLENBECK _'..| East Fort Lee Road Bogota, New Jersey YOC ARE llKKF.r.V NtlTIFIED that n Bin of complaint for Divorce has been fll.-d against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer th. r.to cm Plalntlfrs Attorney, JOSEPH W. MAI.KK. ?."." Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 39, Florida, and (lie the original in the office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd da> ••! April, 163, oth. ririse a Decree Pro Confess., will l ent.-r.-d ngalnat you. Dated this 25th daj of February, K. B. LEATHJCRMAN i lei k of the Circuit Court (Heal) Bi: i.. SNI:I:I.I:N i leput) "I. rk JOSEPH W. MAI.IK Attorney for Ilalntiff :!."... Lincoln R< ud Miami Beach ^'. Florida 3 l-s-15-22 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fcLEVtNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 63C1946 FJBTHER KLEIN tlOLDBERtl and .; I ;> I|;I IE tJOLDI IEKI %  hi r husbunU, Pliilntiffs, \ s. SIDNEY K l.i:iN.an.l if married KLEIN, liis w it. fii:i.l-:\ KI.I:IN. and If mui I her husband MAX KLEIX I il ma.lie.I KLFIIN, Inwife, and BERNARI K I.KIN. and married, Klein, Ins \i If. D> f hints NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl' Sll >NEY K LEIN, and it itt KI.I.IN. his Wife, .. Rosen I i,n Sll S. "tlil \ I .liile Mounl V. III..: N. ^ MAN KLEIN, niul II KI.K1X, InB f. <• o Rosen 160 So. S. .-n.l Av. mi.Mount \'. II, New Yolk IIKI.KN KI.KIX, ml it mani. her husband, 261*1 Reservi*lr Avenue Bronx, Ni Y..i k I:I:I:NAI:I • KLEIX, and if mnrriod, KLEIN, his wife, i|r.,".3(l Tujungn Avenue North Hollywood, California Vi.r ARE HFJREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint to partition thfollowing described property, to wit Lot ii In ):i...k :.-. of tx'EAN BEACH ADDITION NO. :'.. a aubdlvision according t>. the Plat tneri of, recorded In Plal Book it Page 81, of the Public Records ol Dade C.iinty, Florida, has been fii.-d against you and you ar.herebj required t" serve %  copy ,,l \i.iiiansw.r or pleading to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs' Attornevs. ARONOVITZ, SILVER & 8CHER, '".; Alnsl.y Building, Miami. 32, Florida, and file the original answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of tl"above Court on or before March % %  1963. If you fall to do s... Judgment b> default will b. taken against you foi the relief demanded in the Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED THIS Win day of February, 1963, K. i: LEATHERM '\ Clerk of the circuit Court I:-. K M. I.V.MAN Detiuty Clerk %  i %  ::. % %  • %  i-s-ts NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 2191 LEON KEITH ANDERS, Plaintiff, MARY FRANCES P, ANDERS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY FRANCES P. ANDERS 190 V.-rmount Ave., W. AshvlUe, North Carolina You are hereby notified that a Bill "I Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to nerve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to th. Kill of Complalnl on the plalntlfrs Attorney SIIKYIN, GOODMAN 8 HOLZTMAN, 346 Beybold ItldB.. Miami. I'ia.. and file the original answer or pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1st day of April. 1983. if you fall i" do so. Judgment by default will be taken Bgalnsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 27th das of February, X I I!"'.:'. B. it. I.I:ATIU:I:MAX. clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) Bj : K, M, I.YMAN I leputy ci.rk sh. \ in. rioodman a Holtsman 346 Sevbold Building Miami. I'loiida Attorney.for Plaintiff I 1.8-15-23 NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HICRKIiY lil\ KN thai the undersigned, "• airing to ent i.-i.in.-Illldi I' III. •''• M \sri:i:. 'H MT PRINTERS Purd> Avenue, Mian I Bi ach, l lorldi lilt, i, ;;.. -i%  said numi the Ii 11, of I he Circuit Courl of l>ade Count). Fl ALBFIRT l. SCHCLTZ, Sole > iw n.-i Shevln. tl ii.i.m A Holtsman Attorneys for Alia it L Schults :: I-R-16-2I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58705-A IN RE: Estate ..t SAMI I:I. s. sii.i.i-: Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors'!.nd All Persons Having claim.ni Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and r..lulled to present any claims and demands wiii.ii you maj have against the estate of .-AMlKI. S. SIDLE deceased tale of Dade County. Floral.,, to tin County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse in I lad. County, Florida, Within six calendar months from the date of ths first publication hereof, or the sami win I..barn .i MERLE I SIDLE FLORENCE .1 KAN JAl 'i BSt 'N I:I:I:NICI: SI.ATI-:I: As Co-Executors of the Last \*. il! and Testament of RAMl'EL 8. SIDLE, Deceased. LE< iNARD II WOL1 Attorney for Executors 1150 S.W. First St. Miami. FloridaFR S-63S1 T* CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT $495 Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. Half Bushel MAR ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED-INSURED-GUARANTEED • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FP 4-7710-FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. 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<*gp e-t; Page 16-A Ir "<;#' nr,rirti**ri Brains Piracy; Talent Larceny By MAX LERNER It took a Royal Society report to Paris to jive the Tory government a good out for the current British sense that everything has been go ing wrong. Their out is the discovery that the Americans are lending piracy expeditions across the seas to capture the best British graduate scientists The toll of the British annual loss is one out of eight ot the science, -Indents who finish their graduate work, and half of these go to Amer ica. In a passionate House of Lords speech Lord Hailsham. the Minister for Defense, bitterly accused American corporations, universities, and even the government of enticement, seduction and of larceny on ( a grand and Organised scale, and tried to heal the wounded British i >ense of national pride by saying that the American high school is a. mess and a flop—tience Americans must steal British scientific talent. Lord Hailsham's attack, which has brought a flurry of comment in' Letters-to-the-Editor in the British press, would be a matter of only passing moment if it did not raise the whole issue of what happens to the creative elite in each nation But it is a healthy thing to have the issue out in the open. • • • The first fruits of the controversy are already being garnered on both sides of the Atlantic: a greater popular recognition that the true wealth of nations lies in their brain power, not in weapons alone (even the weapons are impossible without the brains to invent them), or | resources and productive power alone. But there is more to the problem than being able to turn out talented graduate students, whether in science or the social sciences or' the humanities and the arts. Every nation has talented young people, ind creative ones, and the British have shown in their long history a remarkable capacity for turning out a creative elite in the service of the nation. The British will have to learn, however, that creativeness is not enough. It must be recognized, enlisted, cherished, subsidized, rewarded, sustained, by those who belong to the commanding elites in the government and business and universities, and by the people as a"hole. • • • The hard fact is that the Brit'sh have simply not done this. One letter to the London Time.-, from a Cambridge instructor, notes that out of ten research students who will be completing their PhD's at Cam, •bridge in theoretical nuclear physics this year, two are already in the U.S.. five more will go in the summer, and onenext year: a haul ol eight out of ten. And why? Because the British university salaries are low. because British university departments are not big enough to make research effective, because British industry doesn't bestir itself to recruit the young scientist--, because the subsidies and facilities tor research are not available enough. And the Vice Chancellor of Manchcsu i University ad.ls several more "becauses" to this list: because the British teaching load is too heavy, and because there are too few senior chairs open m British Universities, and the juniors have to sweat and wait interminably for promotion This is a pretty damning indictment, and It comes from the British themselves, and from the men who ought to know. Lord Hailsham cites Admiral Rickover's attacks on American high-schools, and he might have added James Conant's as well. For most high-schools (not for the best) the attacks are deserved. But in five years they will have been largely remedied. The fact to note is that American universities and corporations do care enough about talent, on the whole, to recruit, cherish and sustain it. The Russians, the French and the Germans are doing the same. And a British Labor government would be lar more sharply aware of the problem than the present one. • • • But even this does not reach to the marrow of the matter. There is also the question of the extent to which a nation becomes an energy system, to attract and keep the best human resources. In the Parliamentary debate the Earl of Hals bury had a tart answer to Lord Hailsham's attack. The migration of British talent to America, he noted, has been going on for centuries: that is why Americans speak English. We must remember that the whole of American human resourcecame from abroad, not only lrom the British Isles but from every corner of the world. The history of America is a history of talent drawn to ( its shores, whether by the whips and scorpions of persecution at home Of by the enticements of treedom and careers in the new world. The most important increment to the current American reservoir of talent, both in the sciences and the arts, came not from Britain but from the Continent under the spur of Nazi muJerousness in the 1930s and early 1940s. If America can remain an energy system, drawing talent to its shores and keeping it there, it will have half-solved the problem of viability in today's world. The same holds for the British or French, as indeed for the Russians as well. • • • The other half of the solution, however, goes beyond the national race for technical and scientilu mastery. It has to do with the creation of an Atlantic Community, and later of a world community. Why should there not be a flow of brains and talent and energy across the Atlantic, provided it is not a one-way traffic? To get it started an.l keep it going is the beginning ot wisdom in getting out of the rat-trap of nation-state anarchy. i-arband Branch Slates Oneg An Oneg Shabbat meeting of the Chaim Weizmann 343 Branch will be held on Friday evening in the auditorium of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Recently elected to office in the newly organized branch were Moe Levin, chairman; Irving M. Sachs, co-chairman: Isaac Oflenhendon. financial secretary: Mrs. Seima Berman. corresponding secretary; and Harry Sachs, recording secretary. Members of the executive commitee are Aaron Katz. Harry Chaet. If, Goldsheid and A. Kalisky. Louis Segal, national secretary of the Farband Labor Zionist Organization, recently visited here to discuss with leaders iTere the forthcoming 50th anniversary ol the Farband. RENT A CAR from $2.50 per day fi."< per "k. .v mlli %  %  chnrge ABOTT MOTORS, Inc. 14S1 W. FLAGLER ST. Pho^e FR 3-0326 A-l ANSWERING SERVICE, INC. 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th< w ovnan s "WorU "Oewiish Floridiaiti Miami. Florida, Friday, March 15, 1963 Section B 'Sistie' Awards at Beth Sholom v. c: L: king plans for the second annual Sistie Awards luncheon r.sterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday. Mar. 20. :.ie Temple Auditorium are standing (left to right) Mrs. ..D Davis, co-chairman of ticket committee, and Mrs. Harry •Volk and Mrs. Jack B. Shapiro, co-chairmen of the event. :ed are Mrs. Meyei Don. prgram coordinator, and Mrs. .s F. Snetman. Sisterhood president. "Sistie" awards will be presented to eight women who have served in top-echelon positions in the Sisterhood of Beth Sholom and have also maintained their position as outstanding Jewish community and national leaders over the 20 years since the Temple was organized. In addition. "Sisties" will be given to nine women for service to Sisterhood this past year. The second annual "Sistie" awards luncheon will be held on Wednesday noon in the Temple Auditorium. Miami Beach. Featured speaker for the afternoon will be Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, of the" District Board of the Florida Department of Public Wei fare. Mrs. Myers is a vice presi dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and chairman of its Community Planning Depart ment. She also serves as a mem ber of the National Social Planning Committee of the Council o! Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Extra added attraction for the afternoon will be a musical program by the Temples Cantor David Convisor and Mrs. David Drucker. chairman of the Temple's Arts Committee, plus an original parody of the recording, "My Son, the Folk Singer,'* with Mesdamcs Norman Arkin. Stanley Arkin, Michael Mersel and Thomas Gerard. Serving on the luncheon committee are Mr-. Jack B. Shapiro and Mrs. Harry E. Wolk, co chairmen; Mrs. Meyer Don, program coordinator; Mrs. Philip Davis and Mrs. Bennett Lee. tickets; Mrs. Samuel Stein and Mrs J. Bernard Spector. in charge of the lunch. Mrs. Louis F. Snetman is president. n J by ISABEL GROVE round of pre nuptial parties n honor of Marilyn Ann. r Hi the Jerome Jack preceded her marriage Sun i U ;. to Dr. Kenneth How \ beautiful shower and on Feb. 27 hosted by %  null Etothstein and v Louis K. Goldman at the me. (i.'soi Granada (i\ir .ill friends and I tended dinner at the home of Mrs Joseph Levine (the %  aunl i gave the bride I mily, arriving a week Ihc nuptials, a chance to thi Jackson group for the ime Joining in the faBMr. and Mrs. Harry Si I hman. ol Indianapolis, Inlowing the wedding rehear Iho I ride's cousin, Mrs. Hose sha, was hostess at a dinihc Harbour House dining New names added to the guest list. Kashas the Kenneth More on Jack-on Howard prenuptials Marilyn and Kenneth were guests of honor at a dinner party given the first ol this month by her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lev. at Westbrooke Country Club Party included other relatives arriving tor the wedding. Mrs. Myron Schuchman. of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mr.-. Harry Schuchman. Mrs. Jack Warren. Cleve land, Mr. and Mis Joseph Le vine and daughter Barbara. Mr. and Mrs Simon Howard, of Chicago, parents of the bridegroom. Robert Howard, his brother and best man. and Mr. and Mrs. Manny Skolnick. of Lonu Island. NY... Mrs. Skolnick the sister of the groom After dinner, the guests atContinued on Pag 6-B MAKING A BIG FASHION SPLASH TWO-PC KNIT SWIMSUITS >. by CATALINA Terrific two-piecers, elasticized with spandex to mold and hold! Seated: striped suit in predominant tones of navy or turquoise. 10-14 Standing: navy with buckle band on briefs 10-14. 19.95 19.95 POOL AND FATIO SHOP. MIAV! (THIRD FLOOR' ii^O DADEIAND. MIAMI BEA^H. 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER' FT IAUDERDALE WES' PALM BEACH tfe^f GUEST Of HONOR Consular Corps Member At Pioneer Affair Here "i honor al the 23rd an"i"i luncheon of the GreatCouncil of Pioneer Worn6** AIM. JUDITH BtlUN an will be Mrs. Judith Beilin. member of the Israel Consular Corps in New York. Scheduled for Sunday noon in the Pompeii Room of the Eden Hoc Hotel, the affair will be chared bv Mrs. Milton Green, Council president, who will give ihe keynote address of the day, 'Women Build a Land." MiLeo Goldman, organisation vice president and national board member, will conduct the ceremony installing Aviva chapter. which has just received its charter. Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau. president of the new chapter, will give the invocation Musical entertainment will be offered by Asako Toniita. singer, with Mrs. Esther Barrett, acconipanist and narrator. Born and educated in England. Mrs. Beilin appeared on the Stage and with the BBC there before marrying Harry Beilin. Zionist I, ider, who. .11 the time ol his Continued on Page 7-B *£T^ •>



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wgw nj Pago 2-B +Jew 1st) tkrklian Friday. March 15. \%: Women's Group Dinner Dance YMHA facilities, located at 450 SW 16th Ave. A dinner dance at the Deauvi.lel According to Mrs. Jack Ama, .^T^vliV VoXaC Hotel has been set by the Worn-1 on. president of the women s, musical slar Robert* GouU-t. an' en's Division of the Miami YMHA | ?r oup, this is one of a series of CO median. Alan Drake. Dinner Branch for Wednesday evening at ] functions to further its program chairmen are Mrs. Stanley Spiel 7 p.m 'of beaut ificat ion of the Miami I er -nd Mrs. Arthur Stein %  I 2T. — Left to right are Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, local conference chairman; Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, regional conference chairman; and Mrs. Joseph Milton. Miami Chapter president. Hadassah Regional Conference at Doral Miami Chapter of Hadassah will be hostess to the Florida Reaional Conference of the Women's Zionist Organization to be held Apr. 28 through 30 at the Doral Hotel and Country Club. Mrs. Gerald F. Soltz is regional %  conference chairman, and Mrs Leopold Wolpe is local conference chairman. Mrs. Joseph Milton is chapter president. Mrs. Irwin Liss, regional president, announces that there will be workshops on every phase of Hadassah during the three-day conference. Mrs. Israel Usdan. national organization chairman, will serve as conference advisor, representing the national organization. The banquet will be ueld Apr. 29 at the Doral Beach Hotel. GtMSt speaker will be Ted Berkman, author of 'Cast a Giant Shadow." the biography ol the late Mickey Marcus. 'Shower ol Stars' Sunday Annual •shower of stars." sponsored by Beth Torah Congregation, v ill be held un Sunday night In the new North Miami Beach Auditorium. Entertainment will feature stars of stage, screen and television. Reservations chairman is Mrs. Ronald Friedel. JWV Auxiliary In Donor Dance Mrs. Sidney Ritlerman. chairman of Jewish War Veterans, Ladies' Auxiliary of North Shore Post 677. is taking reservations for the group's seventh annual donor dinner dance at the Carillon Hotel on Saturday, at 7:30 p.m. Entertainment will be the "CoLa La" revue and the Los Chav ales usly different. It's ready to serve right from the jar; feat ired in food store refrigerated cabinets. For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of them all! In 1 lb. and 2 lb. cans. VITA HERRING



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Friday. March 15. 1963 vj&tfsti fhrkMam Page 3-E Making final arrangements for the dnor %  uncheo nof Sisterhod of Temple Israel on Wednesday at Doral Country Club are seated (front row) Mesdames Jerome Halpern. ticket chairman; Joseph Narot, hostesses; Sydney iraub, chairman of the donor luncheon; :d Ullman Jr., co-chairman. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Leopold Schwartz, seating arrangements; Myron Behrman, favors and gifts; Joseph Bulbin, vice president of administration; Joseph Ruffner, sponsors; David Haber, special events; Maynard Ross, transportation; Louis Mendelson, seating arrangements; and William Wickman, publicity. Friedmans Mark 50th Anniversary At Reception Mj\ and Mrs. Max Friedman, ol 1336 Jeffer-on Avc celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a reception and dinner at the Algiers Hotel recently. Married in New York City, the Friedmans came to Florida 17 years ago from Monticello, N.Y. Friedman is treasurer of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith, and his wife, Mary, is life mem)ership chairman of the Shaloma Group of Hadassah. a member of the Beach B'nai B'rith Chapter. Home for the Aged, and Bikur Cholim. Local guests included their daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. M. Riley Morris, and daugher. Linda: their son. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friedman, and children, Robin | and Peter. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. I. F.isenberg and Mrs, Gertrude Kessler, of Washington, D.C.; Jack Miller, of New York City; and Mrs. Fannie Kalodney, of St. Louis Mo. MR. AND MRS. MAX FRIEDMAN Cunfor Brown to Sing Cantor Richard Brown will present a program of songs in French Irish. Hebrew, uerman and Ital ian at a meeting of Temple Judei sisterhood on Wednesday evening Funds to Aid ORT Program i aised from the South. nen s ORT annual i ,i to tit .. irn[mpi ovemen %  %  held iiv the Ronej Plaza on Tuesday, stai %  luncheon will be served In ei ial Room. Fashions by Claire of Miami. First Lady, "i mi Sophisticates, with furs bj \ Irian Thai will be modeled by Lovelies. Named for the occasion, the Mall of the Roney Gardens be lined with booths featuring Kiddie World, a graphologist, Orii nti booth and ;i Harlequin %  of the day will be th% ol the ORT queen, Mrs. icl I Sapiro, honorary vice nl ol Coral Gables Chap"for her great contribution to ORT." Chairmen are Mrs. Bernard ffenberg, Mrs. George Rand and .Mrs. Louis Jacobson. ORT's E.P.I.C. program is pres• r.tly concerned with the large number ot refugees who have loll North Africa for France and Israel. Tickets to the Garden Mart may be obtained from the ORT office. 600 Lincoln Road Mall, or from the Roney Plaza Hotel. Socicl Singles to Sponsor B'nai B rith Soi IS gles w ill '. club al r %  [he Balmoral Hotel. be parl ol (he pi n .• %  he oup er has been opened for limited membership, Buber Birthday To be Marked Greater Miami Chapter of the Women's Division, American Friends of the Hebrew University, will begin its second year with a birthday celebration in honor of Prof Martin Buber. who has just celebrated his 85th birthday at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, j To be held in the home of Mrs. Emil Frie lander, program chairman, the" 10 a.m. coffee on Thursday, Mar. 21, will include election ol officers, and a lecture on Prof. Buber, philosopher, theologian, writer and lecturer, by Dr. Joseph Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel. Miami. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff is pres ident of the Women's Division. ADL Execufive to Speak Arthur Spiegel, of the Anti-Defamation League. Florida Region, will be featured speaker at a meeting of B'nai B'rith North Shore Women on Monday, 1 p.m., at the Deauville Hotel. ... a luxurious 2400 acre COUNTRY CLUB SETTING for your next affair... Delightfully different... a sumptuous Country Club setting unrivaled by any... anywhere in all the world. Ideal lor your: • organization functions • private parties • weddings • luncheon-meetings Sklnquire about our breathtakingly beautiful NEW Miradoral Room., "the room with a view..." HOTEL AND COUNTRY CLUB Miami, Florida (or information pirate call: Mr David Kovac TUxedo 8-3C lviJ] Passover Almond Kisses in 1 lb. tin, l.ffH BARTON'S BONBONNIERE, first floor, miami first floor, fort lauderdale Wwifllatok. 'm siOM '•< IHI HOMM HAH 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE!



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Paqe 4-B +Je iati Fkridfiajn Friday, March 15, 1962 STARRING Hostesses gather at journal luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom at the home of Mrs.-Charles Silvers, 6500 No. Bay Rd. Top row (left to right) are Mesdames Harry W. Greenberg, Irving Westin, Harold Granoff, Harry E. Wolk, Samuel Meiselman, Jack B. Shapiro. Seated are Mesdames Charles Silvers and Harvey E. Kramer. They are working under the chairmanship of Mrs. Louis Shapiro (not shown) on the 20th anniversary souvenir project of Beth Sholom, which will be distributed at the Temple's annual meeting in May. President of Sisterhood is Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, and vice president of ways and means is Mrs. Seymour Silverman. Hadassah Unit Has Symposium A symposium on the HadassahMrs. Samuel Spira, chairman 1 1 Hebrew University Hospital in American and Zionist affairs, w Jerusalem was held by the Albert in charge of the prosr Einstein Group of the Miami CBap— ter of Hadassah at Congregation Vrhirdah Moshe on Tuevtnr. Mrs. Henry Paul. Medical Center chairman of the Miami Chapter, who recently returned from Israel, related her personal experience as a patient at the hospital. Mrs. Seymour Sherman., president of the Albert Einstein Grouo, introduced Mrs. Irwin Liss, Florida Regional president. DPhiE Alumnae In Fashion Show Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae Association annual lashion show and luncheon is scheduled for Saturday noon at the Seville Hotel. Children's fashions will be from Melony's Wardrobe of Surfside, and women's fashions will be shown by Stella's Originals, Bay Harbor Island. Commentating the show will be Joe and Elaine Mann, with piano accompaniment by Mrs. S. Charles Fisher. Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Joel I Kaiser, and Mrs. Herbert Bernstein is in charge of reservations. Bikur Cholim Ladies to Elect Women's Auxiliary. Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home of Greater Miami, will hold election of new officers at a regular meeting Wednesday noon at the Algiers Hotel. At a recent luncheon celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Home, a "Burning of the Mortgage" ceremony was held. Proceeds from the affair went to the building fund. Mrs. Joseph E. Reiser is president. Purim Celebration Sunday Lebediker Branch of Farband will hold a Punm celebration at the Seville Hotel on Sunday. The evening will include music, dancing and entertainment. Newlyelected officers and committee members of the branch were installed in recent ceremonies here. \ UOWl % | : for magic-easq meals..* : Hi KOSHER : I SLICED BOLOGNAj W/INO .KOSHER &£tc*f BOLOGNA fiatyfeami All Products Kosher For Passover • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Dr. Orlinsky Will Speak on New Translation Here Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky, editorin-chief of the new translation of the Bible, will address the Jewish teachers of Greater Miami under the sponsorship of the Bureau of Jewish Education. He will discuss the translation with particular reference to the teaching of Bible text in the classroom. The teacher's seminar will take place on Thursday. Mar. 21, 8 p.m., at Temple Beth Am, 5950 No. Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Teachers of all Jewish schools are invited to attend. Dr. Orlinsky is at present Professor of Bible at the Hebrew Union College, Jewish institute of religion in New York City. He has lectured at the Baltimore Hebrew College, Oropsie College of Philadelphia, New School for Social Research, and University of Pennsylvania. He was a member of the excavation staff at Ramat Gam in! 1936, and an associate trustee of American schools of Oriental Rej search. Tell your husband you made them yourself. (Just don't forget to throw out the empty box). Milady food Products ore Kosher Holland Honey Cake MS DELICIOUS! AFTER YOU HAVE EATEN IT ONCE, YOU WILL AGREE! BUT DID YOU KNOW THAT THIS DELICIOUS HEALTH FOOD TREAT IS MADE WITHOUT FAT AND THAT THE ONLY SWEETENING USED IS HONEY? RYE FLOUR IS THE ONLY FLOUR USED. ASK FOB IT IN YOUR HEALTH fOOD STOW, CHAIN STORt, OR WAiGRltN'S ANYWHtRE. Nationally Distributed In Miami Distributed by Cochran'%. P.S. Only 58 Callories to a Slice, Vk inch thick. ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE K It your protection against Imitations-your guarantee of excellence In flavor, texture and quality. Look for tho word "Switzerland" en the Swiss Cheese you buy...chunk or sliced... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland with five extra laundratives I i FAB gets every wash far cleaner than the detergent alone because FAB has more than a detergent ... adds five extra laundratives to get wash clean clear through as the detergent alone cannot do. CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH!| KOSHERPARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATEPALMOLIV't .y FOR STAR / DISHWASHING \ c •* V CERTIFIED KOSHER PARVE IMPROVED PINK LIQUID VEL i^ Now stepped up in grease-cutting power t^ Cleans pots and pans *^ quick and easy as glasses and plates t^ And milder than the leading baby soap



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# Friday, March 15, 1963 >. ip*i'i*:lh fJrMnWfawn Page 5-B Mrs. Jack Katsman to Keceive Woman Of Valor Award at Israel Bond Luncheon B. Tack Katzman (riqht), chairman of the Worppn's D ; vi--'on lei Bonds, and a nationally noted Hadassah leader, hat she has been chosen to receive the Woman of Award. Officially conveying news of the honor i:> Mrs. •.Krieger Fink (center), luncheon chairman, while Mrs. as (left), a luncheon vice chairman, expresses con3ns. Kiosefh Bsrcael Installation Set [rs I B. Eisenstein will bo iner, Bertha Shatz, M Budowsky. her sixth term as piesj., )s ,. Kriegsman. Rae Benjamin Knesetb Israel Sisterhood E Gechman Anna Goldman -icon on Sunday noon at Mrs. j;ick Katzman, chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds for the past two years, has been nominated to receive the most coveted honor which the State oi Israel can bestow upon, a women—the Woman of Valor Award. Mrs, Katzman will receive the award, first given to Mrs. Eleanor] Roosevelt, and which only a handful of women throughout the world have receive I, at the Hadassah-Israel 15th an ni ve r s a r y luncheon or. Thursday. Apr. 4. in the Starlight Roof of the Doral Beach Hotel. Mrs. Katzman will receive the award "in recognition of her exemplary service to the State of Israel"' as Israel Bond Women's Division chairman, and as a nationally-noted Hadassah leader. Chairman of the luncheon will be Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. v. Mrs. Fink announced that in addition to Mrs. Katzman, honors will be accorded to Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. and to each of the 15 presidents of the groups comprising the Miami I".< ach Hadassah Chapter. To be honored in addition to Mrs. Katzman and Miss Goodman will be Mrs. Joseph Alexander, ol Henrietta Szold Group; Mrs. Ellis Amdur. Bay Harbor; Mrs. Eva M. Blum, Hannah Senesch; Mrs. Harr> P. Cohen, Stephen S. Wise; Mrs. Hadassah Fassler, I. R. Goodman; Mrs. Manuel Feierman. Shaloma; Mrs. Samuel s. Goldberg, Morton Towers; Mrs. Fred Jonas, Brandeis; Mrs. Esther Levitz. Deborah; Mrs. Joseph Meyer. Israeli; Mrs. Norman Meyers, Emma Lazarus; Mrs. Chic Perlyn, Esther; Mrs. Paul Plotkin, I anah; Mrs Joseph Ro Southgate; Mrs. Ben Ziegmund. Herzl. A preview coffee for the Hadassah-Israel 15th anniversary lunch eon will take place Tuesday, 10 a.m.. in the French and Jade Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Miss Goodman and her 15 group presidents will host the coffee for members of their groups who will in turn serve as hosts at the anniversary luncheon. Serving with luncheon Chairman Dorothy Krieger Fink as vice chairmen are Mrs. Trudy Hairierschlag, Mrs. Fred Jonas. Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Mrs. Sol Silverman. Mr.Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Philip Thau. Also on the committee are MrHarold Melhick, Mrs. Father Levitz, Mrs. Clara Goldberg. MrNat Barth and Mrs. Henry D. Wernick. Coordinator of the event is Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. BB Women WiSI Feature Review Regular meeting of B'nai B'nth .Women of Miami will be held on Tuesday evening a; Beth David Auditorium. Rabbi Max Shapii" of Beth Kodesh. will present a book review. Next Thursday, Mar. 21. at io a.m.. a Jewish education program on "Maimonidcs" will be held at the home of Mrs. Ethel Lackey, 841 NW 35th Ave. A Purim festival will be held by the group on Saturday evening Mar. 23. at Beth David Auditorium. ildmar. Hotel. [fleers who will be inlled a %  Mesdames Louis Dubn Hornstcin, Dorothy Harrj Halperin and Abravice presidents; I. Rupiman of affairs; Harry Etta Mandell, hospitalchairmen; Frances I'Mian. honirj pi sident; Clara Weinstock, it one, Toby Jaffe and rris, honory vice presitdsmes Lena Popkm. -e< retary; Abe Engic. -eeretarx ; Dora Malkin., ding secretary; David program chairman; and isil, c;ol en Bonk chair: trustees members are Rose Schneider, Sarah se Lerner, Regina Basil. Iprin, Rose Rabinowttz, ;owitz, Ida Myron. Sophie fennie Malina, Rae stoll%  Geriatrics Will Be Topic Here Friendship Group at mple Beth Am will hold itnext ii Tue>,lay evening. speaker will be Dr. Sigii-.ii i -• -ii. who.-e topic is Gerries rmed planning comthe group includes Mrs. 1 Mrs. Anna Epstein. Cohen, and Steve Goldin. Henry Kauffmann is adTemple Sisterhood will meet on Wednesday, 10 a.m.. in the adult education room of the new school building Speakers will be Edward Robinson and William K. Bell of the antique "Curio Shop." Month of March Means Parties Festivities at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Parness last s IIK iay celebrated several dates in March of significance to the family. 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vyo %  *,Page 6-B *.kni*t Flfrriirtfain Friday, March 15, 1963 •^ oc i a I it Continued from Page 1-B tended services at Temple Israel, and Dr. Joseph R. Narot. who had confirmed the bride. blessed the young couple Guests who mi>sed all the parties but arrived in time for the wedding ceremony at the Dupont Plaza Hotel were Max Sacks, of lndanapolis. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Nancy) Taffel. of Atlanta Nancy and the bride have been friends since they were children, and attended Northwestern U together Now living In Chicago, the newlyweds are planning a belated honeymoon trip to Europe this -ummer His own private rooting section for Harry Linsky at the City i{ Miami awards dinner last Friday Wife Blanche and her sister. Ruth (Mrs. Charles) Jacjbson. applauding enthusiastically as he accepied a plaque for preparing the exhibit which earned the city third prize In the National Cleaned Town C •' %  %  est Guests of honor at the dinner. Honey ami Al Pallet, *he setting off her titian tres* •vith dramatic Kelly-green, fulllength sheath gown and matehDg coat Rabbi Samuel W. Chomsky, jne of the highest ranking Jewish Chaplains in the U.S.. in Miami Beach this past week en -•oute to a national Veteran's Administration conference workshop for Jewish Chaplains at Yeshiva U in New York City While here, he visited with his rather. Jacob N. Chomsky, who :ame here from Cincinnati several years ago, and will celebrate his 80th birthday next .nonth Rabbi Chomsky, a full colonel in the Army reserve, is chaplain at the .VetTans Administration Center in Los Angeles, and also services as California State Chaplain for the American Legion. • • • Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of Temile Israel, in New York City tlu.veek attending a meeting of the Annual Reward Luncheon American Medical Center of Denver, Coral Gables chapter. its annual Hilkowitz Reward l.incheon Wednesday at the home t Mrs. Milton Ross and her moth•r, Mrs. Rose Levy Berg, 235 NE 375th Ter. Organizer of the group i Mrs. Murray Harrison. by Isabel K^jrov Liturgical Committee of the Central Conference of American Rabbis: Mrs. Narot accompanied him and they'll be back on Monday An extended European trip with stops in the United Kingdom. France, Germany, BeneLux countries, Scandinavia and Italy planned by Nathaniel J. Klein and Dr. James C. Munch for the end of this month Klein, chairman of the board, and Dr. .Munch, medical director of Key Pharmaceuticals, will supervise opening of new offices in most of the countries they visit ... In addition. Dr. Munch w ill conduct medical meetings and deliver an address to the Third International Toxicology Congress in London. • v • Wonderful news received hereby Mrs. Albert Sommers and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro ... Dr. If. Ervin Wabrish, of Orlando, brother of the two. has been appointed to the Florida Dental Examining Board A garden dansante Sunday afternoon in honor ol newly-betrothed couple. Elizabeth Simkowitz and Gene Gasser Given at the home of the future bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore B. Simkowitz, 6205 La Gorce Dr. Guests will include the son of the house. Michael, now residing with his wife, the former Joan Eggnatz. in New York, and many of the future: bride's former classmates from : Beach High Gene is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Gasser, of No. Dakota "Little Girl from Little Rock.' Arkansas." Mrs. R. C. Kory. houseguesting with her niece, Charlotte, and husband. Leo Rose, at 45S1 Jefferson Ave. Also entertaining out-of-town relatives, Leonard and Beverly Tobin Her brother. Arthur Bernstein, and his wife. Ellen, here from Brooklyn And Leonard's sister and brother-inlaw. Ula and I)r William Phillips, from Toledo dance step at the club's Tuesday George Dreyfuss. Mr. and Mr; night "adult cotillion" are Dr Lou Grossman. Mr. and | and Mis. Maurice Blinski, Dr. Tom Lombardi, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Murray lleiken, Mr. Milt Gold. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Among those an( j Mrs ^ ]> 0 zen. Mr. and Shapiro, and Mr. and Mrs. ir* who have alreadv mastered the Mrs. Stu Reise. Mr. and Mrs. Raskin. • Bo—a Nova Summer can't be too far away because We-tbrooke Country Club's cabanas are filling up with members and their visitors from out-of-town The Martin Hirschs entertaining the Arthur Chaplins. of Lawrence. N.Y.. and Mrs. Peretzman, of Gainesville Other guests, Al and Sylvia Goodman and Sylvia's mother, Mrs. Jennie Tribe, of New York New rage at the club is the AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! 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r Friday, March IS, 1963 Jmi$t> ilcriciiair Page 7-B f.:&'f -. One of the big affairs ol the year for Temple Emanu-El Sisteriood is Sisterhood's annual luncheon slated for Wednesday it Eden Roc Cafe Pompeii. Rehearsal scene features (left o right) Mrs. Rocky Pomerance, Mrs. Sanford Burns, Mrs. Bernard Selevan and Mrs. Ben Ball, who will do musical readngs from a hit Broadway play. Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Alexander Kogan Co-chairman is Mrs. Harold Levy. Mrs. Mordecai Podet, wife of Rabbi Mordecai Podet, is honored by the Sisterhood of Temple Judea at a special luncheon t Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club. Left to right are Mrs. Maurice Waldorf, Mrs. Podet, and Mrs. Leonard Kalish, Sisterhood president. Israel Consular Corps Official Continued from Page IB '.ith in 199 was Chief of Proto. 'I for Israel's Foreign Ministry. Prior to her appointment to the Consular Corps. Mrs. Beilin served as liaison offiecr for the ForMinistry, and two years ago die traveled through the Unite.; States and Canada on a speaking tour under the auspices of the IsBond Organization. Mrs. Beilin's daughter. Sheila. 20, served as a lieutenant in the Women's Army of Israel. # 9 Monies raised at a Puriro festival sponsored by the Happy-goLueky Circle on Sunday at the Ilarfanist Kosher Restaurant will go to the Pioneer Women, Club 2 Child Rescue Fund. Arrangements were supervised by Mr. and Mrs Hymen Aront and Mrs. Sarah Weisbcrg. President of the club is Mrs. Irving Liftman. KOSHER FOR ALL OCCASIONS PL 4-4521 Mill TETLEY TEA I ""' INSTANT OR /N BAGS Tetley l el fuB. wond** f uI "tiny lltti* tea leaf flavor". V A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE X837 / wnm orn bj Mrs, David Kn Her sweater was piped in the raw silk, and sil leaves were appliqucd on Its iron!. Shocking pink si.k shantung was t'-c choice of Mrs, Sai Kaplan. Her casually-fitted ovcrblousc topped a i" ilh skirt. Mrs. .laceb KatZ chose silk sheath with a latticed front. Silk Chiffon Mrs. David Roth wore a turquoise silk chiffon sheath completely covered with hand-sewn CSVier beads and silver-lined bugle beads. Her neckline was decollete, and she carried a matching chiffon stole. Royal blue and green blended into the foliage print worn by Mrs. Sol Krevat. Her sheath had a short fringed sash, and was topped with a full-length theatre coat of brilliant jre< satin. A gold satin brocaded shift was the choice of Mrs. Bernard Frank. A leal motif was woven into the fabric, and self-covered buttons closed the back. Mrs. Abe Schoenfeld wore an emerald green satin cocktail suit for the ball. Her skirl was a pencil-slim sheath, and the straight C1 I jacket was hip-length. The bodice of her dress was of white silk chiffon and covered with silvei lined bugle beads. II was high necked an I sleeveless, with a faint toueh of the blouson. Sen. Humphrey Will Speak At Council Biennial By Special Report A galaxy of distinguished political and educational leaders, led by j Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota, will address the 70th anni, vcrsary biennial convention of the i National Council of Jewish Women in Minneapolis on Mar. 24 to 28. Plans for the live clay conclave were announced this week by Mrs i Charles Hymes, of Minneapolis, I president of the educational and | service organization. Seven delegates of the Greater Miami Section of the National Yuncil of Jewish Women have been named to attend the national biennial convention of the educational and service organization in Minneapolis. Minn.. Mar. 24 to 28. j They are Mrs. Meyer Baskin, public affairs vice president: Mrs. William I. Brenner, administration vice president; Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim. community services vice president; Mrs. Harry Orleans, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Raymond It. Rubin, president: Mrs. .less Spirer. ways and means vice president; Mrs. Harold Zeeman, financial secretary. Also attending the convention will be Mrs. Aaron Farr. national board member, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national vice president, and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, who has been nominated a national board member. Both Mrs. Myers and Mrs Lewis will be standing for election. President of the local section is Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin. Underscoring the convention's concern with major issues facing the Jewish community will be a speech by Dr. Judah Shapiro, secretary of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture. Dr. Shapiro has called the United States an "underdeveloped country" in its native Jewish cultural patterns. Sen. Humphrey will keynote the opening session Sunday night, Mar. 24, with a foreign policy address. More than 700 delegates representing 123,000 Council members in :>2J affiliate! local units are expected to be present f"r the gathering, which takes place at the Leamington Hotel. The banquet session climaxing the convention Thursday nighl will i>e addressed by Eugene .McCarthy, junior Senator from Minnesota. At this event, the installation of a new national NCJW president, five vice presidents, and a new national board nf directors will take place. Another highlight of the convention will be presentation of an award to Assistant Secretary of Labor Esther Peterson for l : % %  < %  plifying women's com mil men'. '•> social welfare. Mrs. Peterson, who i> also director of the Laboi Department's Women's Bureau, an I executive vice-chairman of the President's Commission on tot status of Women, has long be n a leader in education and the labor movement. She helped to orgj lii the first International School for Working Women conducted by the International Confederation of Fret; Trade Unions in the early '50's. Locally, the Greater Miami Se. tion i* well-known for its work with the siuht and hearing handcapped and its Braille Bindery and Library. Have a ball... Have lots of'em... Gallery Features Solomon Works New one-man show opening at the James David Gallery on Sun-' day, Mar. 17, will feature some of | the major works of Syd Solomon,; recently listed among the 10 out-j standing painters in the Whitney Annual by Thomas Hess of Art News. The Whitney Museum recently! purchased a Syd Solomon for its! permanent collection, and the first purchase of contemporary art by Ringling Museum of Sarasota was a Solomon. Other museums which include Solomon's works in permanent collections arc the Baltimore, De1 Wittc, Butler, and Delgado. NEW Mother^ MATZO BALLS! KOSHER PAREVE Live a little... enjoy a lot of these fabulous fluffy-light matzo balls! Made from a balanced batter of wholesome eggs and the finest matzo meal... sparked with delicate spices. Made dreamy-light to drift on steamyhot soup...<_y soup you fancy. Balanced Batter Makes them Better.' From the potles kitchen* of Mother* Food Products, Inc., Newark 5 N.J,



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Page 8-B r *> jV* nr~irmriift.m Friday. March 15, 1 discusses Chagall Windows Councilman and Vice Mayor oi North Miami. Leonard Kimball, recently addressed a general meeting of Chal Group of Hadassah in North Miami Beach. A student ol modern art. his subject was "The Jerusalem Windows and Divlne Light." The lecture was illustrated with color slides of each of the windows. 1(1 WOMAN OF THE WEEK Lil (Mr-. Murray! Shnw didn't have much time for play as a little girt. At fourteen, she studied stenography at Hebrew Technical High School in New York and started work at once as a secretary. It was the dream of Lil and her two sisters to send their brother. Edward, to Columbia. They did. and he now heads up calculus instruction at a hish school in Brooklyn. When she was eighteen. Lil got an attack of appendicitis, and fell in love with nursing while recuperating in the hospital. She went into training at Lebanon Hospital, became a nurse, and practiced her profession for six years. on a blind date—there's a lot to be said for blind dates—she met her future husband. Alter Lii was married, lor the first time in her life she didn't have to work. She was so grateful for her husband and all of her blessthat she wanted to show her gratitude byhelping others. This started her on a volunteer charity and organization course from which she has never deviated in all of these man) years. Thirteen years ago. the Shaws moved to Miami Beach. She belongs to many organizations here, among them City of Hope. Home lor the Aged. But her true love is Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary. She has run the gauntlet there, being recording secretary, chairman of Out-Patients. chairman of the Snack Bar. chairman of television, general vice president, and executive vice president. Neither Lil nor her husband has a religious background. They became interested in Temple Ncr Tamid when Murray got the ground for the temple site. It opened up a whole new way of life for both of them. As a consequence, they learned about their heritage. Knowing just a little made them want to know more; they are learning more everyday, doing a good job into the bargain. with Lil serving as president of Ner Tamid Sisterhood, and Murray as president of the Temple. Lil knits and reads when she finds time. Their favorite hobby is deciding where to go on their travels. Once you've been around the world, it's hard to find new places to visit. In July, they will go back to Israel for their third tour. They will see it through different eyes in the light of what they have learned about themselves and their religion. NOISE IN THE AUDITORIUM Only it wasn't noise; it was "The Sound of Music." Listening to the sounds and enjoying them were Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Thai, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spitalny. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gelber, Mrs. Sylvia Weil. Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Struhl and the Aaron Farrs, who were talking to Miss Bertha Foster. Aaron makes fine sounds of music himself. AUNTS, UNCLES, GRANDMAS, GRANDPAS, GODPARENTS Gainesville was never like this, even during football season. The reason—Susi and Alan Chasan had a baby, Wayne Howard. The maternal side, Bernice and Lou Schwartzman. with the brand new uncle, Barnett. and aunt. Linda, and the paternal side, Helen and Arthur Chasan and Bobby, hurried to Gainesville along with Alan's grandfather and grandmother, the Jacob Lubroths. In honor of being godfather. Lubroth wrote a lovely song. Since the baby was born on Feb. 12, the family is convinced that he will be another great American. Another great-grandmother, Mrs. Barnett Shpritz, shared the excitement. Schwartz, Shand Exchange Vows Barbara Marcia Shand and Bernard Schwartz were married Sat unlay evening in the Seville Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harold Shand. 651 NE !68th St.. No. Miami Beach. She is a graduate of North Miami High and attended the University ol Miami. The bridegroom attended the University of Miami and served in the Armed Forces. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz. o! Miami Beach. After a wedding trip to New York, the couple will live in For est Hills. L.I. Miss Ssmkowitz' Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Isidore B. Simkowitz. of G205 LaGorce Dr., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Elizabeth, to Gene Clayton Gasser. The groom-to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Ga.s-.er, of N. Dak. Miss Simkowitz is .a Barnard College graduate, has a Master of Aits degree, and is presently a Doctoral candidate in English Literature at Yale University. Mr. Gasser graduated from Minneapolis School of Art, and this spring will receive a Master of Fine Arts degree from Yale. The couple are planning a June wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Simkowitz will honor their daughter and her fiance at a reception and engagement party at their home on Sunday. MISS H/ZABETH SIMOWIT Nathan schools ColumSharon Besser, Robert Goldberg To be Married A -pring wedding is being planed by Miss Sharon Sydney Besser pud Robert Stanley Goldberg, whose engagement is announced this week by the future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schultz, of Dothan. Ala. The bride-to-be attended in Switzerland. Germany. bus. ('.a., and the Universities of Alabama and Arizona State. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg, ::.">IL> Flamingo Dr.. and attended the Universities of Florida and Miami. His fraternity is Zcta Beta Tan, A small family wedding will be held on Sunday, Apr. 21. in the Gigi Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel, with Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El. officiating. Following an extended honeymoon, the couple will make their home in Miami. Paternal grandparents of the bride-elect are Mrs. Israel Besser. of Columbus, and Mrs. Abraham Schultz, of New York. Maternal J> MISS SHARON BCSSffi grandparents are Max D: and the late Mrs Baer. : gustine. i St %  <;uii..rt MRS. BERNARD SCHWARTZ MARCH SHOWERS BRING MARCH WEDDINGS There was a pretty pink and white bridal shower luncheon given by Mrs. Henry Henal and her daughter, Rosalyn, at their home in North Miami. It was in honor of Roslyn Frost, who is marrying Ainslee Ferdie on Mar. 31. After luncheon, the shower gifts were opened with much "ohing" and •ahing." Among the "ohers and "ahers" were Lillian (Mrs. Paul) Lustgarten. Miss Roela Blau, Miss Shirley Sanders. Mrs. Jack Ferdie, Beverly (Mrs. Bryan) Weisman, and Gloria (Mrs. Gilbert) Babischkin. IN A HOLE Buddy Hackett complained that he was playing in a hole at the Opti-Mrs. dinner dance, which means that the audience isn't close enough. He was quite upset when Mickey (Mrs. Murray) Sonnett presented him with a plaque. In fact, he was so upset that he asked his manager to tell him how much he could donate to the cause. He did. too. Enjoying the little extra ad libbing were Belle and Mannie Goldstritch, Gale and Sam Berlin, Loretta (Mrs. Ben) Lond, Lilly and Harry Schiff, Muriel and Alexander Libow, Irma (Mrs. Saul) Herman, Ann and Joe Lipton, Mrs. Sarah Frishman, Eva and Meyer Don, Hannah and Philip Moss, and the Edward Cowens. • • • IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU Paula (Mrs. AD Hoffman, who is Art Rosichan's Girl Friday, took two visiting friends from Woodmere, Mrs. Clarence Rubin and Mrs. Sam Klein, sightseeing. On the steps of the Fontainebleau Hotel, they met Tony Martin and told him how much they enjoyed his singing. He invited them for dinner and the show for the next evening. They recovered from their swoons in time to go and have a fairyland time. • • SURPRISE AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB She really was surprised. Clara (Mrs. J. G.) Spitz was honored at a luncheon at Westview Country Club. The tables were decorated with dolls dressed in golfing costumes, all in lovely pastel shades. Among guests attending were Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mrs. Jack Gaines, Mrs. R. May, Mrs Sidney Meyer, and Mrs. Gwen Snyder. Golf trophies and awards were presented. Rabbi Kronish Will Present Review Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. will review "The Slave," by Isaac B. Singer, on Sunday, 10:30 a.m., in the Temple Auditorium. Held once a month, the book : review series, sponsored by the : Temple Sisterhood as part of its cultural program, is chaired by Mrs. Leo Lev in. Mrs. Louis F. Snetman is president. All funds raised go to the Sisterhood Religious School subsidy fund. james david gallery, ltd. Presents Recent Paintings by Syd Solomon PREVIEW SHOWING SATURDAY EVENING, MARO 7:30 to 1030 P.M. The Show will run from March 17th through March 20tv 1054 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Islands Miami Beach Phone UN 6-3505 AUTHORIZED DEALf* ^S3 QuHty HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 ferric* All Mok.i Bottorlee — Molds STANLEY GOULD 1231 Uactta Rut (At Alt** R


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€i Friday. March 15. 1963 *V ,V* n^rSHH'^in Page 9-B Hull Congregation was the site ot • %  Puiim parly by Miami Chin. ter oi Uadassah. President of the chapter, lira. Jo.-epti Hilton, -c black chiffon for the evenller fitted bodice had a dete "\" neckline, and her -kirt was full. Three-quarterth sleeves ended in a white i io n o v fc MISS SUIAHNt COHEN Sweet 16th For Marsha Goldberg Sweet sixteen luncheon, honorteacher at Temple Judea. She la n. g Marsha Lea Goldberg, will be al present recording secretary of silk sheath with short sleeves. civen bv Mrs. Bernard Handsel in noth the Temple JuJea Youth was Mrs. Sidney Langer's choice Mrs. Albert Dubbin's silk sheath was from Hong Kong. Her black one-piece dress was luted at the natural waistline, but seamed lower to give a two-piece effect, A few roses, of an intense pink color were lightly scattered over the front of the dress. By MARILYN SMITH At the recent Israel-International Fashion Show sponsored by !rael Bonds at the Fontainebleau Hotel, Dadc County's sociaht turned out at the luncheon affair to vie in their splendor with the fashion designs from some of the world's top couturiers. Mrs. Jack Katzman chose a blue and white print ensemble with [lowered hat. Mrs. Louis Glassei member of the national executive board, in hot pink with white ensemble and large picture hat Mrs. Jennie Grossinger in mustard >ilk. Mrs Zeev Dover, wife of the 1>rael Consul for the Southeastern United States, here from Atlanta her home. 1910 Granada Blvd.. Croup and the Greater Miami Fedjp oatmeal and black Irish linen Coral Gables, Friday. 12:30 p.m. c ration o! Temple Youth. She has en g e mble. recently been appointed co-editor Among the 10 guests celebrat„, lh( Florida state Temple Youth ing the occasion will be Marsha's 26th St.. and has and is an assistant Sunday School (T (; ;iro | e aunts. Mrs. Joe Marnier and Mrs. Larry Goldberg, Also great-aunt. Mrs. Louis Macktaz, Winnsocket. R.I.. Mrs. Jake Kronich. I'r.iontown, Pa., and Mrs. Rose SchreiBlack silk crepe was worn by ber, Brooklyn. X.Y. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Her bod Mursha WM va | cdlctorian of ice was luted and her skirt flarhef confirma|IGn dass last Jutu ed with a ruffled flounce at the hem. Mrs. Arthur Williams chose a taupe-colored silk crepe ensemble. Her dress had a white blouson bodice, and her short jacket featured vertical pleats. A white linen sheath with sky bhie florals was worn by Mrs Irwin Liss. A matching colored blue jacket topped her cress. Mrs. Minna Bloom's black Italian silk jesante had a cowled-type collar with a low front tie. Newspaper. A junior at Coral Gables High School, she is an honor student, member of Tri M, the choral honor society, and a delegate to the Interlaith Youth Council. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. David Goldberg. 3174 SW a younger M 1 |RS. David Sernaker wore a white silk sheath with gold silk inserts in the fitted bodice. A sand-beige knobby woven shift was the choice of Mrs. Berne Bloom. A matching cashmere sweater, with a mink collar, completed her ensemble. A twopiece mimosa-colored silk sheath and overblouse was worn by Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Her high neckline was detailed with an ascot tic. Mrs. Louis Falk chose a sheath shirtwaist in the black I silk dynasty brocade. Mrs. Harry Pinesick's Italian knit was in citron yellow and white. Yellow and white flowers were embroidered on her Chanel styled jacket. Other prominent Miami women Mrs, Jack I'opick. who greeted the occasion; Mrs. Leon Krom.-h wife of Rabbi Leon Krom-h. nationally known in Israel Bond.-: and Mrs. Max Wcitz. Exquisite designs came fn m these countries and designers: France — Balenciaga. Givency. Jacques Griffe, Lanvin-CastUli Serge Matta. Nina Ricci, Yves St Laurent. Jacques Heim. Italy—Roberto Capucci and Simonetta et Fabiani. America—Rill Blass. Oleg Cat sini. Millie Parnis, Gustave Tasselle, Pauline Trigere. England—John Cavanagh I id Ronald Paterson. Ireland—Sybil Connolh Israel—Lola Beer. Piny Leiteraof the later pioneer Miamians, I dorf, Kali Matmor, Gideon ObcrMr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes. son, Marta Yida, Maskit, Aled. The newly-weds will live in New Elanit. Stefan Braun, and the York City. House of Neulander. Blazev, Atkins Live in New York Mr. and Mrs. Morris Atkins, of 530 SW 24th Rd.. announce the marriage ot their daughter, Sandra Alva, to Nikola Blazev on Feb. 23 in New York City. The bride is the granddaughter A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 PARENTS SEEKING TO FIND GIRL OF EDUCATION AND REFINEMENT for son of thirty. Well established professional with brilliant future. Substantial financial security already attained through family connections. Give full details. Privacy assured as son unaware of this step. Write A. 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Pcge 10-B fjewlsl ncrfd/ratn Friday. March 15. 195} Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl jr'."i w. BRILLIANT ENTERTAINER: One of the worlds truly great en lertainment figures will make his first personal appearance here n?xt Wednesday. Mar. 20. at Dadc County Auditorium. Music lovers mayregard Theodore Bikel as their very own. but the man's versatility and great gifts allow more than one sphere of the entertainment world to enjov and applaud his virtuosity. Although Bikel has attained remarkable achievements in acting, singing, writing and composing, he is. with all his accomplishments, a modest and unassuming personality. Rather than employ the mod* and manner of high-powered press, •gentry to herald his name and talents in syndicated gossip columns, he lets his artistry emblazon his name on the public's awareness. Already the Bikel cult of folksong-followers regards him as the worlds-finest troubador of traditional tunes. His 13 albums of folk numbers has sold in the millions. Bikel is one of the new crop of great artists springing from the ancient soil of Israel. He and his family migrated to the ancient land when he .was a boy. His first folk tunes were those of his native land, sung in Hebrew and Yiddish. His interest in folk tunes expanded into other nations, including those of the Orient. Today Bikel speaks seven tongues fluently, sings in twenty. But big.husky Bikel's first love in singing and playing on his guitar the colorful songs of his native Israel and foreign lands, in Hebrew. Chinese. Turkish. English, yes, even in Zulu, as you will hear along with his cheering devotees at Dade Countv Auditorium next Wednesday. ON THE CAFE CIRCUIT: Although there's been a slight let down in tourist traffic, the biggest stars of the season arc on hand this week at the hotel supper clubs. Robert doulet. fresh from a triumph in Las Vegas, following concert tours and a new LP album under the Columbia label, is making his first appearance here at the Deauville Casarova Room. That .should be a busy place while the baritone's headlining there. Sammy Davis, slated to appear elsewhere earlier this season, is finally ensconced at the Fontainebleau, for a long engagement in the LaRonde Rrom. Every appearance of the highly energetic and talented performer here always portends profits for his sponsor. The show that has been the talk of the season here and around the nation, the Joe R. Lewis and Eddie Fisher starring "combo" at the Eden Roc Cafe Pompeii, has been held over again. It will play through Sunday. Mar. 17. making it 22 days for Eddie Fisher at the 'Roc an unprecedented run for a performer at a major hostelry. Only one Other entertainer in recent years has created that much excitement here—'Frank Sinatra. The Starlight Roof of the Doral Beach Hotel has made its bow. and its sparkling ceiling and the panoramic view of the area from any seat in the 17th floor supper club are well worth a visit. Freddy Martin's superb dance orchestra is on hand to add to an evening's enjoyment there. Bob Newhart, who discovered ifs better to play on stage before • live audience than "live" on television to an unseen audience, is proving a point or two during his present engagement at the Diplomat Cafe Cristal. Patsy Abbott, our scout informs, is doing the biggest business in seasons at her intimate Patsy's Place. Highly enjoyable, with loads of original material flowing easily during her twice-nightly shows. Patsy is one of the Beach's must-see entertainers, not once, but many times. ON STAGE AND SCREEN: "A Thousand Clowns" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse brings Jack Carter back to town as an accomplished thespian. Seen here earlier this season in a night club engagement. Carter reveals another facet of his talents in a highly competent performance. The supporting east is up to the standard set in previous productions under the Zev Bufman-Stan Seiden banner. The playhouse vill operate 40 weeks a year from now on. "Abie's Irish Rose" is the new production at the DiLido Hotel Theatre. Our younger generation will have an opportunity to see one of Broadway's longest-run hits. Of course the version at the Beach hotel has been brought up to date somewhat. One of the more interesting movies of the year. "Freud,"' starring Montgomery Clilt and the new British actress who's getting the "buildup" treatment. Susannah York, is at the Coral and Surf Theatres. The surprise low-budget production of the year, "David and Lisa," starring two newcomers, Keir Dullea and Janet Margolin, as two mentally sick teen-agers who fall in love, is due at the Normandie, Mayfair and Sunset Theatres. Howard Da Silva is the only recognize* actor in the dramatic screenplay. Frank J. Hale has announced that in association with the Washington Ballet Guild, he will present the American Ballet Theatre on Apr. 2. at the Playhouse in Palm Beach. Bobby Breen will be featured in the Yiddish-American stage presentation at the Cinema Theatre for two weeks, beginning Friday. The Acorn's Civic Theatre has scheduled the farcical comedy. "Separate Rooms," for a one nighter at Westbrooke Country Club in Southwest Miami on Sunday, Mar. 31 Among the cast will be Roz Berle—Milton Berle's sister. The three-act comedy is directed by Laura Tobens and stars Al Cohen and Beverly Livitch. The Golden Key, Westbrooke's plush spot, will be open for dinner, and also after theatre dancing and supper. AROUND TOWN: Miami Beach and Madrid. Spain are not so far apart, as the jet files, so Andre Pascal of Maxim's is hoping to take off for a few days visit there soon. Tony Martin and wife Cyd Charisse are currently in Madrid, where Cyd is on a movie location, and Martin's parting words to Andre before leaving Miami Beach a few days ago were to come and visit. Andre says he may just take him up on the invitation. Memb-rs of the Carriage Club, private key club at Miami Springs Villas, will have a home away from home, at least when in Toronto, Canada. The Maple Leafs Club there, a similar key club, and officers of the Carriage Club have signed a reciprocity agreement opening club facilities to each others members. The 14th annual Metropolitan Miami Flower Show will open Mar. 22 for a three-day run at the Playhouse. Miami Springs Villas. Show president. Mrs. Charles McWethy, said five divisions are planned for the 1963 show—the Artistic Division, the Junior Matinee, the Horticulture Division, the Cut Flower Division and the Rose Division. Theme for the overall presentation is "Much Ado About Flora," or "Love in Bloom." The show will be presented as a three act play, a first, Mrs. McWethy said. 'Bar Kochba' Due at Beach Saturday Niajit' The story of "Bar Kochba." one of the great Hebrew champions of all time, will be told in musical form on Saturday, 8:30 p.m.. when the Miami Bench Community Singers present the opera at Miami Beach Auditorium. Selected as the 10th anniversary presentation, the Singers are recalling an evening in 1956 when "Bar Kochba." in its new form by conductor-composer. Ben Yomen. was received with acclaim by both critics and audiences. "In answer to genuine demand for its presentation once again." said Singers president. Mrs. Ida Hurwitz, "we arc offering this concert version in another new musical setting by Yomen." Starring baritone Stan Porter in • the title role, lyric soprano. Carol Donn, will sing the role of Dma. ; Narration will be by Jimmie Ros| enstrauch. Mrs. Gershon Miller and Dr. Morton Rosenbluth. Margaret Yomen will accompany at | the piano. Set in the year 132 C.E., "Bar! ( Kochba." or "Son of the Star."] tells of the ill-fated exploits of, the Hebrew gladiator to free the Jewish people from the yoke of ; the Roman Empire. Mrs. Fink Will Speak Here Greater Miami Chapter. Women's Division, American Society for Technion. will hold an 11 a.m. member-bring-a-membcr brunch on on Wednesday. Mar. 27. at the home of Jennie Grossinner Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Pink "ill discuss current Technion topics President of the local chapter is Mrs. Philip Thau. Italian Pianist To be Heard Here University of Miami Sympl; v Orchestra, with Fabien s conducting, will presents its cnth pair of season cor.ceri n Sunday evening Mar. 17. al \ Beach Auditorium, and M evening. Mar. 18, at Hack i Auditorium. Featured guest i i-1 will be the young Italian i-i. Sergio Periicaroli, maktn, > lii>! appearance in Florida Perticaroli will perform • Khatchatturian's Concerto Piano and Orchestra in I) flat or, and the program's orchi works include "The Pine.Rome," by Respighi; "Pic Dome of Kubla Khan." by Ch Griffee; and "La Gazza I. Overture, by Rossini. A prize winner of the !. • n C'oncours International Mu,. in Geneva. Perticaroli was dis ered by the noted conducto: Si John Barbirroli, under whose baton the young virtuoso mad debut with England's Halle P :] harmonic Orchestra 10 years ,..i Since then. Perticaroli has ,o pearcd with every major ore] tra in Europe, as well as appear ances in New York. Boston Cincinnati. 'Art of Makeup' Shown Guest speaker at Temp'e • i Sisterhood meeting held Wei day was Mrs. Millie Teavers, metologist, who demonstrated "Art of Makeup" on Sistei I members. •s THE LERNERS Established Jewish-American WORLD RENOWNED Cuisine FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. PARKING FACILITIES JE 1-3987 MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant DINNERS SERVED DAILY i, V i Keir Dullea stars with Janet Margolin as young lovers in "David and Lisa," prize-winning film which opens Mar. 22 at Wometco's Mayfair, Normandie, Parkway and Sunset Art Theatres. "Divorce —Italian Style" holds over for the fourth week at these theatres. Guest Speaker Friday Guest speaker at late Friday evening services at Temple Tikvah. 595 W. 68th St.. Hialeah. will be Robert Newman, of the State Attorney's office. The Royal Hungarian ITS Restaurant 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Serving DePcious Food As Always STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant (20th CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under Same Management) SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS ORDERS TO TAKE OUT >4 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 if *^*****^*^*A*^^^^^^^^^^^wvwwwv^^vw^wvwN*** COXTIXKXTAL CATERERS 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI ICT US FMPARl YOUR "SEDER MEALS" TO SN10Y IN YOUR OWN HOME Call CA 6-1744 FOR FREE MENU AND PRICE LIST. 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March 15, 1963 nUiplan to Chair Annual Meeting Of Federation •.or. Kaplan, vice president ol ,>v Greater Miami Jejt-ish Fed, „„. in charge of agency acti. has been named chairman • ]„. Silver Anniversary annual .-(ting of Federation. •• apian, who is a past president •he Greater Miami Jewish Comlitj center, announced that e meeting will be held at the] [on! I'iazu Hotel on Sunday tuning. May 19. and in honor of i-. Silver Anniversary year, is Kbeduled to be sponsored by FedtratiOD and the presidents and j board* of directors of Federation's j tgencies hen'. ••Irs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman! o; (he 2">ih anniversary commitj tte is working in close conjunct lion with the annual meeting com-i B ,, on arrangements for the May 19 event. Program is to be jounced shortly. Mrs. Myers *.d Kaplan revealed jointly Wednesday. lewlxlh ftnrMrfihir) Page 11-B SHOPPING AROUND WITH l2*rib&t*U ready for I'a.-sover, there is an able in ;i Variety Ol s zes, in regu enormous amount of planning and j lar as vvrll as instant, and they work that must be done. Smart Vel Powdir The Passover season, including the joyous Seder meal, means there will be a lot of activity in Jewish kitchens around the world. All this activity will lead to a heap of pots, pans and dishes that must be cleaned. Vel powder from Colgate-Palmolive is the best bet to do this chore for many reasons. Vel cntsi grease fast and shortens the timej you have to spend at the sink, j Vel is certified Kosher and Parve, for Passover so you can use it for both meat and dairy dishes. Also important, Vel powder is mild on the hands, so your guests will never be able to tell that your hands were deep in dishwater all day For your dishwashing machine, try Vel-o Matic. It washes everything party-clean and glassware needs no extra polishing. To gel your house ready for the holidays, you can rely on Ajax Powder with instant chlorine beach to help get those tough cleaning jobs done. All of these products come from the ColgateI Palmolive Company. Domino Sugar Aids There are so many items that housewives are concerned with in planning and preparing for the Passover holidays, it is only natIfON KAPLAN Tiiereth Israel Sisterhood Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hold a card party in the social hall, 6500 No. Miami Ave.. on Wednesday evening. ural that they often need a reminder to check on some of the smaller details that are just as important to the success of such occasions. One such detail is making sure that your home is stocked with ail the necessary products from Domino, a name that has always been a favorite in homes everywhere. First of all, you will need plenty of Domino granulated sugar for all hot beverages. For those fancy Passover desserts, Domino's Confectioners 10X powdered is a "must." If candied sweet potatoes or glazed carrots are on your holiday menu, you'll want Domino Light Brown or Dark Brown Sugar on your shelf. For the final gracious touch at your Passover table, you can choose from Crystal Domino Tablets or the Hostess Tablets that add a party look. When it says "Domino." you're sure its pure. Maxwell House Coffee With Passover approaching, we are reminded once again of the strong feeling for tradition that is so much a part of the Jewish way of life. No memories are any richer than those that recall Passover Seders shared with the whole family. Another rapidly-growing tradition is the serving of Maxwell House Coffee in Jewish homes, at Passover, and during the rest ol the year, as well. Of course, before the house is housewives keep a pot of Maxwell House coffee on the stove. n hich makes those short work breaks so much_ more enjoyable. Also, if friends drop in to borrow a recipe or just to chat, you can help them to a cup of pleasure that they'll really appreciate Maxwell House Coffees are availare ai over. certified Kosher for Pass Yardeini Slated In Concert Here Mordecai Yardeini will be featured in a Purim concert on Saturday evening. 8 p.m.. at Hibiscus Auditorium. Program will include Yiddish, Israeli, Chassidic, and cantorial selections. Accompanist will be Miss Esther Barrett. In addition to bis renown m folk singer. Yardeini is also a music critic. ITALIAN CUISINE OPEN YEAR ROUND COCKTAILS Phone FR 9-3898 1300 N.W. 7th Ave. Ear. 1939 TmirH—t Chat. J. VoUnti. Maltr* D'Hofl Chas. 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Page 12-B • pfaaVftrfi fl-^irSrllii^n Friday, March 15, 196j* South Florida USY in Confab USY delegates representing eight synagogues in the Greater Miami area will attend the 12th South east Region United Synagogue Youth Convention in the Whitley. Hotel. Montgomery, Ala., according to an announcement made bySeymour Mann, of Temple Sinai. Hollywood. Youth Commission chairman. Three chartered buses were to leave Miami this Thursday afternoon, with over 100 OSV'ers and adult advisors. Additional dele sates were to he picked up in V. .st Palm Beach, Orlan;lo, St. Petersburg. Jacksonville and Tam1 %  ; Total convention registration, including delegates from Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama, will be 240. Miss Joan Reiss, president of the South Florida Sobregion of USY, will lead the delegation. Marshall Baltuch, USY advisor for the Beth David and Dade Heights USY groups, is in charge of transportation arrangements. Participants in a debate on "Religion in the Public Schools" will be Richard Friedman, of Temple Menorah, and Benjamin Stone and Lee ROSenhOUSe, Of Temple Emanu-El. Miami Beach. The Beth David and Temple Sinai USY'ers will present Israel LOOK: OUTSTANDING IN MIAMI BEACH Ivliuwvl %  • %  tfbVbai,* — • f IkVI Completely Air Conditioned KOSHER S G SALT & FAT-F""-F D'FTS FREE TV # FREE PARKING I Cantor Zwi Marchbein CALL JE 8-5711 Full-Time Moshgioch Dietary Laws 2 Separate Kitchens Synagogue on Premises RESERVE NOW FOR PASSOVER Marseilles 1 ON THE OCEAN 1 741 C0LLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA folk dances at the oneg Snabbai during the convention. Barbard Segal, of Temple Men orah. who will lead a ••Sing-Down, has been nominated for the olfice of Regional second vice president. Pearl Rubin, of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, has been nominated as Regional corresponding secretary. Synagogues represented are Temple Emanu-El and Temple Menorah, Miami Beach; Beth David Congregation and Dade Heights Congregation, Miami; Beth Torah, North Miami Beach; and Temple Sinai and Beth Sholem, Hollywood. Rabhi Allen Rulchik. director of the Southeast Region Of the United Synnsomie of America, will direct the convention. Abraham Gitltelson. educational director ol Junior Auxiliary Life Luncheon Junior Auxiliary of the Jewi-h Home for the Aged was to hold its annual life membership luncheon this Thursday, noon, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Life membership chairman. Mrs. Jack Rabinovitch and Mrs. Joseph Cooper, were to offer a special tribute to life members. Mrs. Florence Goldring, music director of Temple Emanu-El. was to be featured artist, accompanied by Mrs. Ben Ball. %  Ik (MR CONMTMMV torn. PflLffl Beth Torah Congregation, aim Herbert Harari. educational director of Temple Sinai, will serve as leaders of the study sessions devoted to the convention theme, "God, Torah and Israel are One.A highlight of the convention will be the awarding of a si ship for the annual USY pi] age to Israel. CRYSTAL ROOM OF THE LOMBARDY HOTEL RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTEO FOR 9-DAY PERIOD-3 Meals Daily. SPECIAL PRICE FOR EARLY PASSOVER RESERVATIONS Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision. OUTSTANDING CANTOR WILL OFFICIATE AT SEDERS. ^Xs^.r SAND-ELL ~,rr CATERERS UN 6-7761 9 SUNSHINE RESTAURANT NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR TRADITIONAL KOSHER SEDERS Catered by Rev. Lipa Gewirtz and Son. Your Hosts Molly and Irving Marcus. 743 Washington Ave. JE 8-2103 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA HOTEL RESERVE FOR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDERS Strictly Kosher Cuisine Conducted by REV. NATHAN ROSE Reservations Call JE 1-7881 On the Ocean • Collins Ave. i I r The Strictly Kosher STRATH HAVEN HOTEL 411 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach JE 2-4825 NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR PASSOVER ROOMS WITH MEALS OR MEALS ONLY ONLY GLATT KOSHER MEATS SERVED Sedurim to be Conducted by Well Known Cantor MOST MODERATE RATES Owner-Management: Nathan Ginsburg & Family NATIONALLY FAMOUS... FOR SO WARS THE FABULOUS ZEIGER KOSHER CUISINfl RESIDENT •ASHCIACH • ZEIGERS IRitzPlaza i HO m • root • c••. cms. Mr. Nathan Cinsburg's Son-in-law Now Operating THE "SHOMER SHABBOS" BARBARY COAST LIQUOR STORE (Sabbath Observed) Selling All Kosher Wines and liquors at Discount Rates 401 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH HENRY H. BEAR, Prop. RESERVENOW FOR TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDERS Conducted by the Eminent CANTOR JUDA GEIER end the BEN Y0MEN CHOIR Reservations: Mr*. Horf-.au JIfferjoe 1-SM1 Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue — Miami Beach Mr. and Mrs. Gewirtz are happy to announce that the Hotel will be OPEN FOR PASSOVER. Our Hotel is well known for its Kashruth which is under the supervision of a well known Rabbi. $55 FOR THE ENTIRE 8 DAYS MEALS ONLY 3 MEALS DAILY For Reservations Call JE 8-0266 Our kitchen under personal supervision of Mrs. B. Gewitrz THA0ITIONAUY KOSHtl PASSOVER SEDERS —CATIMD |V— HARFENIST Monday and Tuoidoy APRIL 8th and 9th WITH POPULAR CANTOH AND CHOI* COTTILLION ROOM .DIUOO HOTEL .,, IARIT I(SIRV>TrOm Li COtrTACTNAMINUT RIJTAUtAWT if a-lost • UDO MOTH—WRIRiNTlNDffMT or uavici %  MM 7 HOTEL ontainebleau U ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET TRADITIONAL set>eR SERVICES conducted by OR. .RV1NQ LeftRMAN and Cantor Hirsh Adler un I |ii of TEMPLE EMANU-EL SISTERHOOD BALLROOM APRIL 8 and 9, 1963 $17.50 per person Banquet Dept. JE 8-881 1 ARE CEFTER'S NEW KOSHER BL corn ROMWELL HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 20th ST.. MIAMI BEACH World Famous Cantor Jacok Kanifibcrr win aflirutr at Paasaver acaaaapanled by ropular Dirrctar, Joarph Sekrrlkman. farmerly al Tempi* Enanael for It year*, anil a IS SjiopaoDla Chair. OCEANFR0NT KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED AND OCEAN VIEW ROOMS FREEI Cbalia Uinpi a Mat* I'" arir-parking adjolni kolrl Wrin.t Raaats • Movlea Ganrs • r.nlrrtalnmrnt Nifktly Many olkrr fcalaraa daily per per,, double occ. Mar. 20-Apr 7 $14.00 single. 10 of 105 Rooms Olarr ratal atallaalr 850 DIETAHY LAWS A SABBATH Strictly Osuraaf Rrhtian SOT. Dally %  Mnhiiach aa Prtailin Salt. Bacsr. Wml-Vm Darla Na fcitra Cbarra far Steaka. Baaat A C'bopa Kaakrr raatalaa Snack Bar CALL ABE GEFTER JE 4-2141 CENTRALLY HEATED & AIR COND. IINDIV. CONTR.I PVT. BEACH & POOL GDEAUVILLE cjVsfiite RICHARD TUCKER World'* Greatest Tenor and Cantor CONDUCTING THE TRADITIONAL PASSOVGR seOeRS DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN PHONE UN 5-8511 (Catering Ltapt.) 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Friday. March 15, 1963 *Jml£§> fh-rEditor Page 13-B Randal Sheffman Dr. !, ing I.Human will officiate ,. !ii, Bar Mitzvah of Randal, son '. \i,-. and Mrs. Abraham Shelf aj morning, Mar. 16. mple Kmanu El. Randal is a seventh grade sin jjul al Nautilus Junior High %  here he s on tne Dean's honor roll, has on a school letter and clarinet in the orchestra. He also plays the piano, belongs Hi the science club and won honorable mention in the Science Fair beid al Nautilus Junior High. Arm:!guest*attending the luncheon following the ceremony on Saturday in the Bar Mitzvahnonor wOl be his grandparents. Ur, and Mrs. M. Sheffman, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arron, of Halifax. Nova Scotia. a Patti Adler Bn Mitzvah of Patti Marilyn. Slighter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Adler. will be celebrated Friday evening. Mar. 15, in the pain sanctuary at Beth Davi.i Congregation. Rabbi Norman N Shapiro will officiate. Patti is an A student in the seventh grade at Shenandoah Junior grade students in Dade County. High, and plays the piano. A sei The celebrant will be honored ence project she has just completat the Oneg Shabbat following id will be displayed at the Science services. Fair al Dinner Key Auditorium on Mar 25, in competition with Victor Fox by seventh through 12th On Saturday morning, Mar. Hi. Emma Lazarus Oneg Shabbat Randal Sheffman Patti Adler Emma Lazarus Group of Had tssah Oneg Shabbat study group: will meet Saturday. 1 p.m.. at the i Glado Hotel on .Miami Beach. Program will include a talk on The Significance of Holidays and Purim," by Mrs. William Lip-1 sitz. education vice president; a review of the second part of •Trial and Error," by .Mrs. Herman Angerman; a discussion on the subjects, led by Mrs. Norman Meyers, president of the group, and Mrs. Jo->eph White, of the Ner Tamid choir, who will teach Purim songs. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mesdames Johan Berman. liar ry Kastan, Jacob Rachlin, Joseph White, Herman Angerman, John Howard. Emma Kremcns and Pauline Brickner. a$* wa^m^y^ THE HISTORJCAL OPERA % KMT3 "O ''Son qftfie Star NARRATED IN ENGLISH BY JIMMY MRS.GERSHON OR. MORTON ROSENS TAUCH • MILLER • ROSENBLUTH STARRING PEN b MARGARET YOMEN New Musical Scttine CAROL DONN STAN PCPTEP • AS DINA • AS BAR KOCHBA -Ban Toman At Tha Piano—Margaret Yomen SATURDAY, MARCH 16th, 8:30 P.M. AT MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM 17rh STREET & WASHINGTON AVE. TICKETS: $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 THRILLS! ONLY MAJOR LEAGUE JAI-ALAI! WORLD'S FASTEST SPORTI FOR RESERVATIONS! MIAMI Wl 5-4345 FT. LAUOERDAU BUSES: MIAMI, AND HOLLYWOOD WA 3-1511 MIAMI BEACH FR 3-6371 50/ &ANIA PALACE ty JAI-ALAl .WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PARI MUTUEL SHOWPLACE Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Victor Mason Fox during services at Temple Judea. The celebrant is an eighth grade student at Ponce Junior High and plays saxophone in the school band. He is a fishing enthusiast, creative in the construction of miniature projects, and has traveled through the Orient, Asia, North and South Europe. Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Fox, 1430 Siena Ave., will honor their son at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and at the Kiddush on Saturday following the ceremony. V S Stuart Cohen Saturday morning services. Mar. 16, at Israelite Center, will include the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart Cohen. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. The celebrant is a student of the Center"s Religious School. Mr. and Mrs. Raul Cohen, 2796 SW 34th Ct., will host the Kiddush in the social hall following the ceremony. Robert Farrow Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Farrow, will be celebrated at Beth David Con-, dent at Ponce De Leon Junior gregation, with Rabbi Norman N. i High and plays clarinet in (Tie Shapiro officiating. j school band. His hobby is modelRobert is a seventh grade stu-1 making. 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• Page 14-B vjemsti noridian Friday, March 15, lo> SCOPE BY ALAN SHECTER Beautiful Horse Expert Finds them Predictable Among life's many great pleasures are beautiful girls and thoroughbred race horses. Though more men admire girls tha horses, even th most amorou Don Juan wil" admit that the ponies are mor< predictable. When it come to picking be tween beautifi girls and tho o u g h b r e horses, Joe Ta nenbaum is successful at both. He married a b.g. named Jean, and simultaneously compiled the nation's leading record as a professional horseracing handicapper, selecting winners 28.4 percent of the time over a 12-year span. Ways of Handicapping Joe breaks down the science of handicapping into two categories. The first type is concerned primarily with past speed performances as clocked by the official stopwatch. Distances and track variants are part of this system. The other school of thought maintains that the clocked speeds of the horse are irrelevant. When he worked as a professional handicapper. Joe believed in this approach. His major consideration was the quality of the horse and how it had fared against better competition. If you've ever Iried to predict the winner of a horse race based upon past performances, you might be surprised to know that a skilled handicapper like Joe Tannenbaum discards such considerations as time records, breeding and weight handicaps tinder 126 pounds. Contrary lo popular belief, Tannenbaum claims there are a goodly number of professional bettors who earn a living bcttiny on horses. "It's a full-time business for many of them, and they study and work at it 14 and 16 hours each day."' Joe explains. Despite his brilliant record and talent for selecting winning horses. Joe gave up professional handicapping four years ago in favor of a position as information director at Gulfstrcam Park Racetrack. Handicapping apparently was just too time-consuming! and Joe welcomed the chance to work for Gulfstream's owners, the Donn family. Track Enthusiasm Joe speaks enthusiastically about the many new improvements and conveniences added to Gulfstrcam for the current meeting. He predicts the Gulfstream program will attract the finest calibre of thoroughbred horse racing in Florida history and is particularly enthusiastic over the prospects of a re-match between Kelso and Beau Purple in the S100.000 Gulistreani UJ cap on Mar. 16. Many Miamians will -,,,„ ber Joe as Racing Eihot < I Miami News. Hi* colum carried by Associated Press New York Herald Tribuni j some 23 publication^ throtigl I the country. He still broa lea five radio programs, includ! the feature race every da) i WCKR during the racing sea? An.l he still gets an em thrill from calling the raci the horses battle it on: in stretch. The 33-year old mem • Beth David Congregation it. people to look upon h.iv -. ing as entertainment—jus a nightclub or any other tilled experience. "Don'1 pect to win at the track.' vises. "Just i^o out to wati i color, the spectacle and beautiful horses. II you .-h. ,i win. you'll be surprised; if upM lose, you won't be disappointi 'Receiving a Manorial Certificate of Merit tor its aamming reception p; .-.gram at Mt. Sinai Hospital is Marvin Bostin, associate director, presented by Ben Grossman on behalf of "Pulse," a publication for hospitals. Looking on are Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, president of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai, and Mrs. Sam Seltzer, chairman of the admitting reception committee. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL MIAMI S EXCIUSIVE JlWiSH CfMlltKY A',;i COMMUNfrV MA. S01.EIIM ini'iiii, MO 1-7G93 Dade Educators At Camp Osceola Two Dade County educators have purchased Camp Osceola at Horse Shoe, N.C. They are'Alan Lyon, principal of Cutler Ridge Elementary School, and Erwin Marshall, of Carol City Elementary. Marshall, as owner-director, returns to Osceola, where he served as its first head counselor in 1951. Marshall is well-known in the Dade County school system. He received both his undergraduate and Master's degrees from the University of Miami. He launched his professional career as a classroom teacher at Auburndale Elementary School in 1949. He was later selected.to teach at Dade Demonstration School, and became the first lame classroom teacher at West Laboratory School of the University of Miami. He reached nationwide prominence as the principal of Orchard Villa, the first integrated school in Florida. Marshall served as principal of Scott Lake Elementary, and at present is principal of Carol City Elementary, one of the largest in Dade County, with an enrollment of well over 1,000 students. In addition, Marshall served as principal of Flagler-Granada Jewish Center for five years, and at present is a teacher and department head at Temple Beth Am.| He directed the Flagler-Granada! Summer Day Camp for four years,) and supervised all teen-age activities there. He has been active i in all phases of Flagler-Granada,! of which he is currently a vice president. Marshall has announced that a Yeshiva University student rabbi; will be on the staff of Osceola, available for Bar Mitzvah training. There will also be tutoring, j lir.-t grade through Junior Ilighj School, by certified Dade County' teacher. Sinai Receives Patient Relations Service Award Mt. Sinai Hospital tlii~ week received national recognition for its work in the field of patient relations and public si rvice. Marvin Bostin, associate director at Mt. Sinai, Mrs V. Mathes, pr. idenl ol the V Auxiliary, and Mrs. Sam Si I chairman ol the admitting reci ion committee, accepted on behall of the hospital the "Pulse*' Certificate of Merit tor Patient Relations. a national citation bestowed on hospitals that make significant contributions in the field of patient relations and public service. The award was granted specifically for the new program at Mt. Sinai Hospital—its admitting reception service. Instituted several months ago, the program is composed of volunteers who greet incoming patients in the hospital lobby and help to expedite the details of their admission. The award is presented by the editors and publishers of "Pulse," a monthly newsletter devoted to hospital service and distributed to all hospitals in the nation. Ben Grossman, representing the S. M. Edison Chemical Company of New York City, sponsors ol "Pulse," made the award presentation in Bostin's office at ceremonies here. The award cites Mt. Sinai ", in recognition of its patient relations program and contribution i. the field of patient comfort, morak and extra services beyond regular professional care." Board of directors of Beth Jacob Congregation receives c testimonial plague at a Purim banguet Sunday at the Dec Hotel. Rabbi Tibor Stern 'left), spiritual leader of Beth presents the plaque to Morris B. Frank, president, ard Lauer and Morris Krevat, vice presidents, on behalf c: board. Master cf ceremonies at the event was Miami Councilman Bernard Frank. ( Anne Frank Chapter /l OTARION HEARUG AIDS Kepa'u All Mokes WH.Lt rou WAIT lailerln ana Mon Imperial Hw'ng Aid Co. 42 N W First St. FR 7-1022 TERM5 — TRADES Jacob C. Cohen (left) is elected first honorary life member of Beth Jacob Congregation at a Purim banguet here A "White Elephant" sale will be featured at the next regular meet-j ing of B'nai B'rith Women, Anne J Sunday evening. Rabbi Tibor Frank Chapter, on Tuesday noon Stern, spiritual leader of Beth at the Park Lane Cafeteria. | Jacob, looks on. LEARN TO DANCE NEW ClASS Begins 8 P.M. Monday, Mar. 18 20 HR. COURSE No Mote tc Pa. JACK BELL'S DANCE STUDIO Formerly New York Oance Stjdo 236 WEST FLAGLER ST. PH. n 3-3775 • HI 8-0437 —Established in Miami 35 Yeart8 Cohen Elected Honorary Life Member; Torah Dedication to Take Place Sunday Jacob C. Cohen was elected first j Jacob, all the congregation's Torj ";'*——*.— %  —— % %  — nm..ui-3-..umuu.. u HOTEL —MOTEL Professional Rug A Bed Srread CLEANING DYING SPREADS $2.00 In Lots of 10 X 1— "WHY BUY — DYE" BEN0IX WASN-O-MAT CLEANIRS 12905 NW 7 AVI. M0 84491 NEtS 1-8491^ honorary life member of Beth I Jacob Congregation at a Purim I banquet of the congregation Sun-j day night at the Deauville Hotel, j Cohen is nationally known for' his philanthropic endeavor in be-j half of many Jewish educational] causes. He is life president of thei Byalistok Home for the Aged inj New York. Locally, he is active in the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. Official presentation of his honorary life membership award will be made to Cohen on Sunday, 4 p.m., during ceremonies at Beth Jacob marking the dedication of an ancient Torah heirloom belonging to Rabbi Tibor Stern. The Torah porcession will begin at the Walburne Hotel. 12.") Ocean Dr., at 3:30 p.m. At Beth ahs will be assembled under a canopy at the door of the synagogue. I Official greetings will be offered by Rabbi Stern, whose grandparents were the Torah's scribes in Hungary. The Torah was brought to Miami Beach via Mexico City. Morris B. Frank, president of Beth Jacob, will conduct the service, and Rabbi Nathan Kohler will deliver the dedication address. I UNLIMITED SOFT WJIB ONE FLAT RATE LINDSAY WATIR CONDITI0NIH6 HI 8-4633 At Underwriting Seminar Theodore Levy attended an advanced underwriting seminar at the Langlord Hotel in Winter Park, Fla., devoted to a study of business insurance and insurance for state conservation, according to William R. Middleton, man ager of the Miami general office, of New York Life Insurance Com-! pany. For Sale-PLOTS in Mt. Sinai Cemetery From 1 to 50, Cosh or Easy Termf Good locotion. HI 3-7233 SENIOR CITIZENS BOARDING HOME MEALS, NURSE, HOME-UKL PHONE 635-0035



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Friday March 15. 1963 +Jewlsti nnrlHUrtn Page 15-B Conservative, Liberal Margins Were Similar Ey GERALD SCHWARTZ For Election Story, See Paoe 2-A j l llt was much to be learned Tuesday's second primary votlittle ol the lesson was The margins bin v Is : %  fa |l II surprising. torj and defeat for the chamconservatism and liberalDade County were almost II was as if David I again had personally dejohn B. Orr. Jr. it is most likely that it scars of the Bldredge denial allo\ved virtually unn Eddie Cong to hand Orr a i vote defeat. In turn, fldredge's loss to Dante Fascell months ago made his race j lime a trifle closer than it id to be Newspaper endorsements again proved vital. Murray Dubbin was the only victor who received no favorable word from The Marie Balaban Passes at Age 90 >[ % %  Marie Balaban. known to the many she helped and befriended .;Mar '.' al 2wU Born Balaban came to New York in 1893. ..ml >everal years later moved to Cleveland, O., where she became active in Jewish community and humanitarian affairs. She came to Miami Beach 25 yearago, and continued her I ttork with local synagogues and lor the needy in Israel. She was a life member of the Jewish Home for the Aged and a member of Women, Knescth Israel .• %  i t'll: and Temple Ematiu"Mother" Balaban. died at the age of 90. She lived Collins Ave. in Stree. Austria, Mrs. %  %  •_ i(jon a \ $ include two daughlalaban and Mrs Anne three sons, Nate, So! K • am llilip. ric Mar. 10 in River rial Chapel. Alton lit menl in Mi Neb > Cc ne SANDLER i M ml W. rvisiil Ii • ;. ii A'.1" i llf llH M.I. -II I s iNY. Xli holn>. IT, of 6141 ll,d Miir %  : •.'. KO^MCKER, Mi iirmlna ol in .Ii. .1 Mm I. ltl> • %  i Ide. LEV NSKY, % %  < iSSfl Collins I Ml Klnsht-rg N. K2, ol I. RlvMiami Herald, and without The Miami News' support in the second round, he might have lost to veteran Preston Bird, who staged no camoaiqn discernable to seasoned political observers. The first appearance in a Dade run-off of a Negro candidate went about as expected, and two Jewish candidates with names far less known than Dubbin and Wolfson ended up a fortunate to have gained the second primary. Miami Beach voiers came out in heavier numbers tor the balloting Tuesday, and the DtibhinWolfson drive well handled there by the effective team of Justice of the Peace Jason Berkman and Constable Rocky I'omerance paid handsome dividends. Ed Brigham's stand for Biblereading in the schools cost him support against Dick Fincher on the Beach, and may have been decisive. The defeat of John McLeod was a rejection of extremism, even though John's color was one of the few truly interesting features of an otherwise dull race. In Pettigrew and Spencer and Furlong. Dade appears to have able representatives of the renewed vitality of the Young Democrats. Whether that will be sufficient to get the state back in the Democratic column for 1964, and whether Dade can take the lead in giving Florida a Democratic position which is closer to Kennedy than to Goldwater, is yet another question.' The special general election Man 26 will have the usual low turnout, and few Republicans figure to garner more than onethird of the vote that is theirs almost by default. The two-party system, so alive today in Broward and Palm Beach counties, appears no closer to reality in Dade County than it did l"i years ago. One final note: In both Murray Dubbin and Lou Wolfson. Dade Jewrj has a golden opportunity. It has men who won without the handle ol being Jewish community leaders Now it will be inter, sting ''i see it they accept thai responsibility which has been thrust upon them—for to them the general public will rely on indications ol Jewish positions, and not on the older heads Of Federation. Israel Bonds and other organizationl EGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58108B BE: Batata of BERNARD S. LITT I '.•.'. HSI (I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditor* and All Persons llnv LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY U1VBN that tin: undersigned, desiring t<> engage in business undei the fictitious name <>t ALEXANDER REALTY CO. t 17210 N.w. 13rd Ave., Opa-Lucka, l' 1 -'-. intend* t.> register wild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Couri of Dade Inn Claim* oi .lieiiiamls AicuUiMWi (V,uiiv Florida* %  -* %  *~ Sjii.l Estate: ALEXANDER HHARFSTEIN are hereby notified and requlrto prevent any claims and Sol., i rwner Stands which you may have against ii,. — t:.t. ..f BERNARD S. LIT I', d< fcaiwd late of Dade County, Florida, tn tli,. Count) Judges of Dade County, and filltii*' name in duplicate Rod m provided In Suction 733-16, Florida Statin.-*, In,their offices in the Counts Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from %  ii. linnof the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. I In tell :il .Miami. Florida, lliis Mil da) of March, A.D. 1*63. MARTIN RUBINSTEIN \s Executor First publication of this not Ire on the 13th da] of March, 1963 .\l 11 ,TI N A. I'UI EIIM A N Attorne) for Executor nil Ainsley Building :: 15. S2, 2 3 8-15-2S-M vs. MCOff DAvrii JNF Acclaims Mrs. Davis Mrs. Jacob (Beulah) Davis has been selected as JNF •Woman of the Month" for March. 1963 In lauding Mrs. Da\.s ror aer leadership as JNF Tag Day chair-, man over a period of seven years, Leon J. Ell. president of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council, declared: "As a result of the dedicated and tireless eiforts of Mrs. Davis, and her host of devoted volunteer workers, the JNF Tag Daydrives in Greater Miami have become an ever increasing source of income for the JNF land reclamation, redemption and afforestation programs in the State of Is-] rael. "In honoring Mrs. Davit," said Ell, "the JNF honors all of our affiliated organizations, their devoted leaders and volunteer women, who give of their time, strength, energy and means to further the success of this oldest, traditional JNF project." Zev. W. Kogan, JNF executive T IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE NO. 58604A RE: Estate of BEATRICE METER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All Person* Having Claims or Demand* Against Said Estate: 1'ou are herebs notified and required to present an) i-lalma and demands which you may have aaulnsi iin esti f BEATRICE MEYER, Hi censed late of Dade County, Florida, i. the Count) Judges of Dade Connie .in.i file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the flrsl publication hereof, or the .-nun,will be bnrred. I MI.. l at Miami, Florida, this 13th day of March, A.D. l '."'.:'•. HARRIET KLINE JAMES II MEYER \. Executory First publication "f this notice on Hi. 15th day ..f March, 1863. SIMON, HAY.ft tlRUNDWERG Attorneys for Executors 301 Alnsles Building 1/15, 88, 89, i S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 2719 SARA CUMMINOS 'Plaintiff 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 5(667 B IN RE: Estate of ALONZO RILEY Dcci ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and Ail Person* Having Claims ..I Demunn* Against Said [{state: Y.,ii in. hi reb> notified and required i.. |>reseni HII> claims and demand* which yo maj hnvi against the estate of Alonso Kile) deceased late ..t Dade Count). Florida, i" tlir County Judg -s ..i I Hide County, ami file the same In dupllcnti and as proi \ ided In r* 'tlon 733. III. Florida Statin their offices In the County | Courthouse in I'II. i. Count), Florida, wiiiiiu -i\ calendar months from the thin, of the rlrsl iiubllcn i %  -• • I ..r tinsame "ill he hailed, I lated al M ami, I In Ida, thin (2nd il.iv of KelTUnry, A.D. I CLARE K RILEY As Exi. in i\ Myi rs, Helman, K.ii'lai A i "utsinan i ir.n s.w '. i>i si I. el Miami 36, Florida Attorney fm Exi i un i\ 3 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY ..IVBN that the undersigned-, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name ot ROBIN ASSOCIATES nl 17*0 N.E 116th -"Si No. Mi: un. Fla., Intend to egtster said name with ll • %  Clerk ot the Circuit Courl of Datle County, Florida Lulls CALVIN Cl'TLER HARRY VICTOR TANNOSESINI I'miii. A Mil:. MAN' DRl'CKKR \u..in. y for Pal no rs :• •.".'. .". l-S-15 i) Ida, it ii liln I ih. time ..i ARTHl'R MERVIN GUMMINllS Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: ARTHl'R MERVIN CUMMINOS 628 West 6th Street [tloomlngton, Indiana Yi >U, ARTHl'R MERVIN CUMMI.NiiS, are hereby notified th u :i comiilulnt for divorce has been riled |of. or against you and you are required i" RPi-v, .i cop) of >..inanswer of pleading t" the complaint for dlvorci on the plaintiff's atti •) ALANS ROHBNTHAL, nil Alnsle) Building, Miami, Florida, and Hie thi or ginal unswer oi pleading In the Office "i" Ii. nil IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58595-A IN RE: Estate of LILLIAN RUBIN 1 l,i-i as. il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AH Persons Haying Claims or Demands tgalnst Bald Eatute: You :ir.hereby notified and required to present any claims and demaniH whuii you may have against the estate i LILLIAN RUBIN di ceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate iin.l as provided In Kectlon 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their office* In the Counurthotise in Dade County, Flor.six ,:il.miir months from the flrsl publleatlon hi renme in i" barred. the Clerk DJ the I'lri ull Coui i on oi vice president, said that "on .Mar. i„ tn< i-. 1 1, day % %  < April ,7, the Jewish Nalional Fund will JL^$\& n 'Zj!&'7£ the rellel di manded In th. romplulnl iiiu.-i si Miami, Florida, thi uf i'. i.iii.iiv A.D : ELAN) >R Fl ISTER Administm fix Mil TON A FRIEDMAN \ • %  ,,, idministratrix lu i Altisli i 0 illdina Mi.nni. Ilmi'lu day -15-22-29 ii CASSERES. tiahrl. i li.l v^. l <:. %  lied in. /.. Mai NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, rTlCK is HEREBY ill! EN thai th. umlerslgneil, desiring, to engage in business under the fictitious nami VlRlflRT I. \M>. lit isth observe Tag Day in Greater Miami. H is timely and befitting that Mrs. Davis and her volunteer workers should be honored simultaneously at this time.'' Un. Davis will be honored on Mar. 20 al a meeting of the Jewish National Fund Council in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Beth El Congregation. Guest artist for the evening, which begins at 8 p.m.. will be soprano Camella Kerner. Ilvorce. I" INK AND i >R1 'EREI' at this 13th da) "f Mai K. B I ....I. (Circuit C B) Miami, LEATHERM VN. I l Ii. i i| CUll '"III I County, Florida %  un Seal) K. .\l I.V.MAN leput) Clerk :: 15, 22. 29. i 3 Intends the Clerk sn i Miami, Floi Idi ^.i .1 n:i me with ,,, ,,n Court "i Dade County. "JO'DY FVTKRT4INVHVT CORP., ., i-i,,i Ida i "i poratlon in Mini' Seeve, President VMUEI. W. sli 'I""" I,.,, i..isppllcani i"i. ..., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I a W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi n i slgned, desiring lr busim ss under ih. flcilt ,,i NORMANDIE HOTEL It VNT ii %  %  >'' '' %  % %  ><> '"' D.iH-h. Fla., Intends t" register saw ""with the Cleric ol the Circuit of Dade County, Florida. R VMONA R. •' %  '•Mi:/. f "' 1 Wn !?15. n. % %  : i I that engugi .ns name RESTAUMlil name Court the Cli Dade < ik of lunty, World-renowned Cantor Jajcb Konigsberg. assisted by seph Schreibman and his en-voice symphonic choir, *•'' conduct the Passover ^der services, as well as •vening and morning relia' 0US services, at Abe Gefter's ^romwell Hotel throughout *• Passover holidays. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREH1 ';i^ '-N thai the und. rslgned, firing to ^nsage I,, business under the fictitious name of SIN CRYSTAL <•'>•. "t I SOI, N. Miami SI, Fla.. Intern later said name with the Circuit Court of lorW *' ARTHUR MtANK NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAM E LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY G1Y LN ih.it %  he undersigned, deslHng to engage ,,, CROSS WAY AIRFOBT. INC., at ', \ w I'mI Avenue, Miami. H"i; Intend to register sal; name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Dnde County, Florida \1IA.\II URPORT MOTEL \ KI..I Ida coi poratl % %  B\ Hair) Seey; I'I SAMUEL U SHAPIRO Attorne) for Applicant .un •i ci >., eslilenl 82, -'". I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious n.mi. "1 PERSONNEL I'RtKIRAMS nl 0 H.W. i-i S Miami, Fla.. Intends i" register said name lth the Clerk "i the Circuit Courl "I Dade Count*. Floi iila. Joseph M. Klegel, s Professional Kervlce Corporation |'.\ : Joseph M. Slegel, l"ri I S-l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58717A IN RE: Estate of NATHAN ALEXANDER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demandd Against Bald Batati : Yon are hereby mumed and requir<-. I9S. JERRY' AI EXANDER HERMAN ALEXANDER SAM ALEXANDER As Executor* of Estate "' Nathan Alexander, I'. i eased, IJI-I |.ni. II. mini of this notlci on Mh da) of March, li>3 i K II. un.,ii, Kaplan ,v Cutsman i...inHelman \,i... .,.-' for Exi .-.it..' iir.ii s.W 1st sir.-, i. Miami, i la :: 15-22-2? IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 2713 J. s. OLEASON, .11!.. :is Administrator of Veterans Affairs, an Officer ,>i the L'nlted States "f America, ,and 'in ofli, % %  1 1,1. the My< II his successors in such or their assigns, Plaintiff. FREDERICK t". EWALD, Defendants. NOT.CE OF SUIT FREDERICK C. BYVALD %  ,. Smith 7600 District Heights Parkwa) District Heights, Maryland YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED il.ni n suit has been brought agni you b) .1 s QLEASON, JR., ai minlstratnr of Veterans Affair in,, iof the United Stal l. n. and hi* successors in un,! In* in their assigns, to foreclose n mortgage encumbering the following described property, to-wlt: Lot I a in Block 40, of REVISED ti.AT nl A PORTION i'iTHE FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, according t" the plai thereof, :irecorded in Plat Boole 6 •. at paa NOTICE EY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0~ FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2191 LBi >N K IIITH AM lERS, i %  D lltlff, MAR1 %  It vNCEh P. ANDERS I i.l'.ii.innl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE in M M'.V FRANCES P. ANDERS 190 Vermont Ave. V\ Ashvllle, N.c. Y.ni are herebj notified that a Bill ..i C plaint for Divorce has been riled against you, and you ase required to serve a copy "f your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint ,,n the plaintiff's Attorney, SHEVTN. Qoodman & Holtsntan and file the original Answer or Pleading In tho office of the Clerk ••! the Circuit Court ,,n or before the Mh da) of April, IMS ir v,.ii fnil to do so, Judgment by default win be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill ol ComThi* notice shall ipublished i i each week for foui consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. K)NB AND tRDERED al Mlam ii-i Floi Ida, Hiii-i oa) of March A.D. un i: B. LEATHBRMANj Clerk, ,.f Am. i Clrcull Court, I >ade Count Floi d I u.h office, (seal) B) C. P COPBLAND Deputy Clerk sinvln. Goodman & Holtxman 346 S'eybold Building Miami -J. I loridn Attorneys for Plaintiff :: 8-15-22-28 ,n,l Ills of I la.I. anil > UllSMi'l cult C ai the on^, or serve of the public records County, Florida; .11 are required t" ffle your with the Clerk ol the Clr .un ..: Dade County, Florida, Courthouse in Miami, Florida, before April Hi. IM, anil to i copy of tucdj answer upon MYERS, HBIMAN. KAPLAN & CATSMAN, I'lnintiff's attorneys, whose address in Bleven-FVty Bonding, 1150 B.W. l'list Street, Miami :t. Florida, on or helm,' said date, as required by th.. :>.s "f Florida, if you full to do so. the complaint will i„ taken as confessed bs yu ami a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. I'ATKM this 13th day of March, 19(3, K it. LEATHERMAN Clerk ""f the Clrcull Court l >:>.i< County, Florida B) C. P. I'ul'KI.AN'l' Deputy Clerk MYERS, HEIMAN, KAPLAN A CATSMAN Kiev en-Flftv Building 1 i:,i. s w. iIi -'. Stn .I \ i i i-.i Ida :: IS, T^. .: %  i ". IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58425B IN RE: Estate "f JOSEPH A. COHEN l leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII Creditors and AH Persons Ha> ing Claims or Demands A g am U Bald Estate: • Yon are hereby notified nn,i required t" present any claims and di mamls whi.li yon ma) have against the estate ot JOSEPH A. COHEN deceased Inte ..I Dade County, Florida I,, the County Judges of Dade County, and fil. the same In duplicate and as provided In Hectlon 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same \< ill be barred Dated al Ke) West, Florida, this I-I da> of March, A.D I MARTIN D. IEN \. Exi .in..i Aronovlts, Slh-ei s, h< r Attorm > for Kxecutoi Mnsli i Illilg %  Miami. Fla, :: S-15-22-2J



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vwr* Page 18-B <*r fc-,J-#n~*rSr0'<*.m^ Friday. March 15, 195; UNDER TM $TCT 4*0 COWJMMT 10CAI US..INIC41 SUPWV/SIOW OF 4BBI TWO* H. SUM Quantity Rights Reserved 9th DAY APRIL WE SELL U.S. CHOICE and U.S. PRIME MEATS ONLY 15th DAY NISAN TO INSURE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY Of THE FINEST IN KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY FOR THE COMING PASSOVER, OUR STORES WILL BE KOSHER L'PESACH THE 25th OF MARCH. May we suggest that your Holiday shopping be done early ... to insure faster service and the maximum in savings! You may be sure we carry only the finest Kosher Meats and Poultry! YOU MUST BE SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK. HDS^ -IU/3 SPECIALS • "X> GENUINE WHITE ROCK KOSHER MADE PAN READY CAPONS PULLETS OR YEARLINGS NOW SIX KOSHER M 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI The Finest Fresh Killed Kosher Chickens Delivered to Our Markets 5 Times Daily! ZION KOSHER POULTRY ROASTERS, BROILERS OR SPRINGERS KOSHER-BEST OR LADY ESTHER TURKEYS DUCKS OR ROCK CORNISH HENS EAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87h AVE. Westchester Shopping PUi* 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN ST AMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Miami, Fla
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March 15, 1963

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

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Friday, March 15. 1963
Dade Decides on 13 New Legislators
A somewhat heavier, vote than
r.t the Dade County primary two
ccks turned out Tuesday in
the runoff contest here for the 13
Lev seats Dade won in the Florida
Legislature RJ result 01 tnc re-
cent reapportioniiHiit
A total in l4a,owj persona went
to the pol's as compared with
107.283 for the primary".
In the race pitting George L.
Hollahan and John li. McLeod lor
Dade County"s new seat in the Sen-
ate, it was Hollahan better than 2
lo 1. winning by 75.315 to his op-
30nent*S 36.597 votes.
In the Republican race lor Sen-
ate, it was Charles P. English.
3.807. to Al Schrader. 2.600.
In the contests lor Dade's 12,
new seats in the Hou>e. the results i
by group were as follows:
Group 1David Eldredge. 55.282.
winning over Thomas D. O'Malley.
48.127.
Group ALee Weissenbom. 70.-
44G. winner over Earl .1. Carroll.
31.283.
Group 5Leo Furlong. 55.525.
winner over Harold P. Kiavetz.
j'1.774.
Group 6 Murray Dubbin. 52.998.
winning over veteran political lead-
er and onetime County Commis-
sioner Preston Bird, 48.822.
Group 7Mis Mary Ann Mac-
Kenzie. 56.170.' sweeping over
Francis ,\ .Mike1 Calhoun Jr., 41.-
829.
Group 8Richard A. Pettigrew,
7122(1. swamping Marvin (Red
Christmas. 23.468.
Group 9Eddie Gong. 58.215, de-
feating veteran Legislator John B.
Orr Jr., 48.501.
Group 10Jess Yarborough. 67.-
667, handily beating North Miami
Beach CltV Councilman Bernard
Berman. 34.344.
Group 11Tom Spencer, 56,550.
defeating E. N. Claughten Jr.. 36.-
952.
Group 12Richard Fincher, 51.
577. beating Edward Brigham 47
j 927.
Group 13Louis W'olfson, C2,89.
winner over George Okell Jr 41,
074. .......
Group 14Mrs. Maxim- Baker
52.077, defeating her opponent'
David Brow er.* 44.848
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jWY Post Will
Install Officers
Department Commander Lou
Deutsch will install Ben Haber-
nian ; po>t. Jewish War Veterans, at a'
niocunf! and joint installation on |
Wednesday at the Dea\iville Hotel. |
Mrs. Edward Levine, president
of'the Women's Auxiliary, UTpart-
ment of Florida, will install Mrs.
Sol Spielberg as president ot the
>,orth Shore Auxiliary.
Guest speaker will be Daniel
Neal Heller, Miami attorney, and
national judge advocate of the
Jewish War Veterans. He will dis-i
eusg "Civil Liberties."
Ex-U. S. Ambassador to UN Will Speak
At Temple Israel Forum Tuesday Night
Robbi Tepliti Rabbi litinsttin
Dialogue to Feature Leading Rabbis;
Views of God Will be Examined Here
Two leading figures in Ameri-.
can Jewish life will engage in a|
dialogue on central ideas in Juda-1
Um at a special program Mon-
day. 815 p.m.. at Temple Mcnor-
ah, according to Jerry Sussman,
president of the Southeast Region.
United Synagogue of America.
Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, president
l the Jewish Keconstructionist
Foundation of New York City, and
Rabbi Saul I. Teplitz. of the liar
risoil Jewish Center. Harrison. N.
V will be participants.
Dr. E'senstoin, editor of the
Reconstructions! Magazine, is a
lead-ng spokesman for the Re-
eonstructionist movement, which
was founded by Prof. Mordecai
M. Kaplan. He is the author of
four books, a past president of
the Rabbinical Assembly of
America, and holds a PhD from
Columbia University.
Rabbi Teplitz represents the
Centrist position in the Conserva-
tive movement, and is the editor
ol an annual volume entitled
Best Jewish Sermons of the
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both graduates of the Jewish Theo-:
logical Seminary, will speak on
Two Views on Go;lTorah and
Israel." The program will be
moderated by Rabbi M a y e r
Abramowltz, of Temple Menorab.
Prior to the beginning of the
program, a brief ceremony is
scheduled, in which acknowledge-
ment will be made to the adult
education Btudents of the partici-
pating synagogues, who have at-
tended classes throughout the year. |
'. A capacity audience of 500, repre-
senting 15 congregations from
Greater Miami, and Including West
Palm Beach, and Lake Worth, is
expected to attend.
There is no charge for admiss-
ion, and the audience will have
an opportunity to participate in
a question and answer period.
The United Synagogue of Amer-
ica is the congregational arm of
the Conservative movement, with
over 700 affiliated synagogues. The
Southeast Region of the United
Synagogue, with offices on Bay
Harbor Island, has forty-five af-
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Rabbi Allen Rutchik is regional
director.
A distinguished American states
man comes to Miami on Tuesday,
when James J. Wadsworth, for-
merly United States Ambassador
to the United Nations, appears
here under the auspices of the
Town Hall Forum, which will be
held at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
Throughout his service at the
United Nations, Wadsworth earned
a reputation for his efforts to
achieve universal peace. For sev-
en years, as deputy U.S. represen-
tative, he worked towards that
end. As head of the American
delegation in 1960, he parried
Khrushchev's shoe pounding
thrusts at the historic October
General Assembly session.
In 1961, Wadsworth became
president of the Peace Research
Institute, a newly-formed non-
profit organization in Washing-
ton, D.C., serving as a private
agency outside government to
undertake and stimulate re-
search in all fields relevant to
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Nikita Blasts Free World
Continued from Page 1-A
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Volume 36 Number 11
Friday, March 15, 1963
19 Adar 5723
There Are Other
Middle East Dangers
One of the continuing weak-
nesses in State Department
diplomacy is being highlighted
these days as it has not been in
a long time: the capacity to be-
lieve that all's right with the world
where Communism does not rear
its ugly head.
While it is admirable to show
our unrelenting concern for de-
mocracy's avowed enemy, it is
shortsighted and even dense to
place all our national eggs in one
basket. There are, of course,
other things that can constitute a
threat to free society.
This certainly is the case in
the Middle East today. The latest victim to
fall before Nasser's pan-Arabism is Syria,
which in little more than two months has fol-
lowed the "revolutionary" course of Yemen
and Iraq. Despite the obvious dangers in-
volved in these events, our State Department
was several days ago quoted as expressing its
relief over the new Syrian regime, which it
gratifyingly labeled anti-Communist.
To moke the point bluntly, Adolf Hitler was
anti-Communist, too; and there is nothing more
pathetic than to observe the political punditry
of fringe lunatics who bewail the fact in retro-
spect that the West "failed to understand" his
fundamental political goal.
Gamal Abdel Nasser may be anti-Com-
munist in the sense that he is more adept than
Fidel Castro at using Moscow, but American
concern about the course of events in the Mid-
dle East today must not end there. If it does,
as it so often did during the dull daze of the
Eisenhower Administration, then we should
steel ourselves right now to expect the kind of
diplomatic military surprise that was Suez-
Sinai back in 1956.
By this, we do not mean that either France
or England will once again join Israel in a
desperate effort to turn the tide. Neither Eng-
land nor France any longer possesses the kind
of stake in the Middle East that motivated them
to move almost seven years ago.
But it is a fact that Israel can not wait to
be ringed by Nasser's power for ultimate
sweeping into the sea as Nasser has prom-
ised her fate to be. And, when Secretary of
State Rusk, in reaction to Egypt's continuing
successes, merely makes a statement about
U.S. concern for the integrity of Jordan, as he
did on Monday, he is irritating the cause for
anxiety in Israel today perhaps more than ever
before.
And neither do sighs of relief about Syria's
anti-Communism mitigate the senselessness of
this kind of foreign policy in the Middle East
THE ALARMING ALARM CLOCK
More Effective Objection
The number of statements being made by
Jewish organizations here and throughout the
world about Soviet anti-Semitism seems to be
advancing in satisfactory geometric proportion.
Alongside these are the statements of symp-
athy they elicit from non-Jewish organizations
and leaders in the arts, science, and govern-
ment deploring the spiritual captive status of
Jews living behind the Iron Curtain.
We have ourselves editorialized on this
for a number of years, adding our personal
viewpoint to the by now mountainous studies
on the subject.
We hardly mean to imply that the state-
ments and the studies have since worn out
their welcome. But we would suggest that
some attention be given to the lack of their
effectiveness and to the purpose of reiterated
complaint that brings no relief.
All of this hardly suggests that we are
calling for a moratorium on attacking the So-
viet Union for its failure to extend the Jewish
community the same rights offered other ethnic
groups in the matter of expressing and prac-
ticing their religious preference.
But it does seem to indicate that state-
ments are not enough that perhaps Jewish
organizations and their leaders ought to pull
in their horns for a while in order to devise
newer and more effective means of objection.
Noise is not one of these.
Temple Ner Tamid
Temple Ner Tamid will celebrate its fifth
anniversary on Sunday evening. Honored will
be presidents of the congregation and its affil-
iate organizations, past and present, for their
contribution to the progress of Ner Tamid since
its formation hardly a handful of years ago.
During this short period of time. Temple
Ner Tamid has grown to encompass a sizeable
family membership in a large and modem
plant that incorporates all the faculties neces-
sary for the operation of a Sunday and Relig-
ious School; adult education programs; and
cultural, social and traditional events that
round out the agenda of a well-organized cen-
ter of Jewish synagogue endeavor.
Such rapid progress speaks well of the
motivation of the officers, spiritual leader, fac-
ulty, and membership of Temple Ner Tamid.
It reflects the story of so many fine congrega-
tions as they move to meet the burgeoning
Jewishly-oriented needs of our time.
Bonn's Tiring Leader
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the
Conference on Jewish Material Claims against
Germany, has declared that the Germans have
carried out both the letter and the spirit of
the 1952 Israel reparations agreement.
But he points out that over 600,000 per-
sonal indemnification claims, scheduled to
have been adjudicated by December, 1962,
still remain pending, and that thirty years af-
ter the holocaust that nearly destroyed them,
these and other victims of Nazism have still to
experience justice.
As Dr. Goldmann suggests, time is running
out. Dr. Adenauer. Bonn's tired leader, grows
more tired each day. And after himwhat?
Some Editorial Hindsight
The high pitch of concern surrounding
Miami's Nazis seems to have abated this week.
In the first instance, it was synthetically cre-
ated by a press ill-advised in the method of its
reporting.
The Nazis are not in fact less busy today
than they were a week or two ago. They have
simply found it just a little bit more difficult to
seize the headlines.
The slowdown in interest is, we hope, a
tribute to some editorial hindsight on where
news leaves off and sensationalism begins.
1
the week
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
ftJEW YORKER Magazine
has just published Part IV
during the week Si SsL'fiNr
the series is more than a re
view of the trial. It is a post
mortem defense of Eichmann
set against a backdrop of the
history of Europe during the
Nazi era. It is, above all things
.....i.,:uBti.ma a brutal attack upon the intei
nty of the European Jewish
community of this period, as well as upon its leaders. It states with
out equivocation that the Jews, themselves, were in large measure
responsible for the astronomic number of their kinsmen who sue'
cunibril to the Hitlerian design. It makes the charge that some of
the most distinguished Jewish spokesmen of the time. Dr. Leo Baec-k
among them, deliberately assisted the Nazis in their genocide
scheme. And more .
It suggests that the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem was a Zionist-
hatched political intrigue fashioned by Gideon Hausner or Prim* Min-
ister Ben-Gurion who "wanted to demonstrate that whatever resist'
ance there had been (came) from Zionists." It repeatedly
bemoans the legal "errors" committed by Dr. Robert Servatiu.s jn
the defense of Eichmann. who is time and again taken to task for one
alleged and inexcusable failing or another, the absence of which
might have strengthened his client's chance to beat what the author
clearly regards as a "bum rap."
Over what has thus far added up to hundreds of pages of fact-
filled material, it sounds a new note never before struck in this bj
now well-played score: The Jews of Europe, despite their best ef-
fort! to help the Hitler regime destroy them, were in fact experi-
encing a grand and glorious time. Never were so many garden
variety anti-Semites actually engaged in the valiant work of sa
Jewish lives.
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THfy SMOU TH[MSUVIS WILL
QECLARES THE CURRENT installment: ". in Rumania ev-jii the
S.S. were taken aback, and occasionally frightened by the hor-
rors of old-fashioned, spontaneous pogroms on a gigantic scale; S
men often intervened to save the Jews from sheer butchery
Above all things. Adolf Eichmann was innocent of Israel's charge
against him: while Servatius. of course, it is reiterated in a thousand
different ways, did his client's cause no good. Repeatedlv. the series
makes the point, stated boldly in Part III published Mar. 2. that 'The
Council of Jewish Elders established by the Nazis in the various
countries were informed by Eichmann or his men of how manv Jews
were needed to fill the trains, and they made out the lists of de-
portees. The Jews registered themselves, filling out innumerable
forms and answering pages and pages of questionnaires regardiii-
their property, so that it could be seized more easilv; they thin
assembled at the collecting points and boarded the trains."
In a critical analysis of the Gideon Hausner prosecution, the
series suggests that his case "would have been weakened if the)
... had been forced to admit that the naming of individuals .
sent to their doom (was) with few exceptions the job of
Jewish administrators ."
With respect to the gnawing anxiety concerning the failure of
so many countries, particularly in Europe, to accept Jewish refu
gees and to shelter them. Part IV explains it unmistakeaWv for the
dense and the uninitiated: "As though those tightly organized Euro
pean states would have reacted any differently if anv other sort ol
foreigners had suddenly descended on them in hordes perniless
passportless ."
THE GKOVND HAS BttN COVffffD
| REMEMBER Hannah Arendt from my salad days of profesaonal
involvement in literature and literary criticism. Her testament
IBi memonam to Hermann Broch. author of "The Sleepwalkers" and
The Death of Virgil." will remain a slender but valuable monument
to this giant of the twentieth century creative novel, who has been
so shamefully obscured by the offluvia of potboilers to which men in
their lack of judgment more likely pay homage.
Hannah Arendt was a Zionist leader in the days before the Hit
ler scourge spread upon the European landscape. In the United
Mates, her name became known among sociologists and historian-.
^Lf .an.1?casional on the frontispiece of the aestheticalh-
ul? t |'tle magazines." More recently, she has been lionized in
a'y Mc<-arthy s latest book of essays, in whose coterie she now
orbits. The constellation also includes other lights like Edmund
Wilson in fact, the entire New Yorker set, which possibly explain*
ina SZl Hannah Arendt has achieved the dubious distinction of be
fnr 5ru .. fIchmann s*ries- This is quite an accomplishment
17"g"^r Europe Zionist leader. I don't know what Miss
mS 'k rShC has addcd ,0 'he literature. Certainly, "Harvest
of Hate, by Leon Pohakov (Syracuse University Press, 1954; Col-
SfSS ^"I" !951)l presen,s ,he same "ts of European Jew-
ry s systematic destruction.
NMMM sv* fo* in Atnismm
S,Z?, "Sc?Urg,e,f ,he Swastika," by Lord Russell of Liverpool
monv irt ^brary' 1,954)' and tbe Painiu,,y documented testi-
ZZiS tf Nureml*rS nalS' and an un,oW numb" of other works
vlrvina h' martvrolo*y- and creative literature tell the story in
varying degrees of competence and historic authenticity
of D?sV?n^rir.CbfS the Jew as A"*" docs- Pean
yfiTJlfi? tW'sted m,nd that *he has been able, sifting through
Se ran,? f ^CS ? & million Jews- to find both the gall and
h* S ftu ,hC Wame fr lheir dvin8 upon the dead. It is
turnedmE hL ?ch,evemen* the withering intellectual. w*o has
of self-hatred **" *" '*"* to inure herself in ,he memorabilia
frua^StaiflS ^ouldvabove aU things, know the mind of the
stand better ^h d th? ant,-Semit* "ell. Indeed, she should under-
foJms th, I mSt ,Hat ,hey exist everywhere in a variety of
nSt 11 at her present series in the New Yorker is now loving
up in Hie iSnmfin,. 'rT,: 8nd t0 thc witherin* intellectual caught
the Eichm,^? y b3te Ver inte">ational kidnap legslisms,
wUl he r.vJ ] Kaf anathema. For them. Miss Arendt* series
ill be unexpected balm to soothe their anger anger soon to
thmevrSeS!T US fi a"ud MiSS Arendt t00' l" tificaio8n w Hha.
Ind toshdr,h hT1 'he guUt ,hcy share in 'he Hitler holocaust.
Scat on Sv Hry k'ST 0ffered at trial in Jerusalem, justi-
f.cat on they now have ,n Miss Arendfs series in the New Yorker.
is nigh on impossible to repudiate her by pointing to the
Continued on Pago 10-A
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Friday. March 15. 1963
Jewlsii norid for
Page 5-A
B G's Cabinet Burns Midnight Oil
''. and Aida Yaslo receive congratulations from Mendel
- i-'isher upon the establishment of a grove of trees in "Me
' Israel. Left to light are Zev W. Kogan, JNF leader,
Yas!: Aida Yaslo, talented concert pianist, and Men-
N. Fish?: national JNF leader.
UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
Miami Youth Wonders Why
Orthodoxy is 'Behind' Here
ED TOR, The Jewish Floridian:
i was my recent pleasure to
.i a > convention in the"
Jewish community of Savannah.
Ga During my visit, I met many
pie and -i many things, and,
I .iik that I can safely say that1
innah, i*h its meager Jewish'
lation, is one of the most
...; and most perfect Ortho-
leu Kb c n mutinies m Amer-
aj
lave lit in Miami for a Lit-
than two year-, and as a
enl of a Hebrew High School.
I I Obaai vad the Jewish com-:
from what I feel is a|
uni on "'Hi point of view
Idy, 1 am quite bewildered.
canni inderstand why Or-
overtaken the oth-
esent-da) Jewish movements.
.., with approximately loo.ooo
living i!' Miami, has the Or-
'\ movement here been so
We'd In '- progress?
Vhile in Savannah, I met peo-
pit from alt over the Southeast-
en United States, and I was
.irr.died to -earn that in most of
these urban ir.d suburban areas.
Orthodox has made tremendous
strides and is far ahead of its
rival movements.
Why can't Orthodox Judaism:
thrive in Miami just as it does.
in these other smaller but yet sim-
liar Jewish communities? There!
is no reason why a local yeshiva
>hould have difficulty meeting it- p
yearly budget. There is no rea-
son why a local Jewish hospital
should have more Jewish patients
ordering non-kosher food than
kosher food. Why are there so
many temples'' and so few
synagogues'".' What has killed
Orthodox Judaism in Miami?
MILES KUTTLER
No. Miami Beach
LONDON (JTAj ^- Members,,
"l Israeli Prime Minister David
Ben (iunon's "inner cabinet" he'd
a three-hour conference here wiih
heads of Israel's armed forces.
discussing the implications of the
Syrian coup d'etat, coming on the
heels of a turn-over in the Iraqi
government at Baghdad a month
ago, according to a Tel Aviv dis-
patch to the Sunday Obeserver
Ik re.
Israel, the dispatch stated, be-
lieves Jordan may lie next on the
li>t of Aral) governmental turn
overs, and fears that an expansion
the Damascus Baghdad bloc in
the East ma> combine with an
Egyptian drive from the West to
revive tile anti I-rael "siege men
tality."
The newspaper's Beirut cor-
respondent cabled Sunday that
Israel may: now be "confronted
by a more closely knit Arab
world." The Sunday Observer's
Cairo correspondent reported
that Al Gumhoria, a newspaper
close to the Nasser regime, has
declared: "The Syrian revolution
has completed a circle to block-
ade reactionary bases in Jordan
and Saudi Arabia and the im-
perialist base in Israel."
Egypt's dictator president Gam-
al Abdel Nasser has already rec-.
ognized the new Syrian Govern-
*
Sholem Aleichem
Readings Slated
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
meet Wednesday evening in the
, Social Hall of the Temple to hon-
oi its life members.
Mrs. Joseph Feldmar,. program
vice president, will present Mrs.
Mayer Abramowitz in a reading
from Sholem Aleichem.
Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood
president.
menl which is headed by Snlah
Bitar as Premier. The latter i-
reported having said he is more
worried about Israel and Western
policies in the Arab world than
about Communism; Bitar is con
sitlered pro-Nasser,
Well-informed Israeli circles in
Jerusalem fell Sunday it is cle ir
thai their country's main imnu'-
dlate concern, a- a re ill! of the
Syrian putsch following so closely
after the Iraqi events of a month
ago, center- on the effects thee
moves may have on -Jordan and
on Israel- security vis-avis Jor-
dan.
It was evident from develop-
ments in Jordan, as viewed from
Israel, that the Amman Goverrj
ment fears revolutionalthough >
i( volt there may not be of a pro
erite nature. Jordan
quick, like Egypt, to recognize I
new Syrian Government. But
there seemed to he DOSSibiltiee
that that n I OJ tlition dues not im-
ply a pro-Nasser policy. .
Education Leader To Address AJCom.
Dr. Eugene Youngert Sr., asso-
ciate to Dr. James Conant in the
"Study of the American High
School,'' and recent consultant to
the Study for Quality Education in
Dade County, will be guest ol the
American Jewish Committee at
the third program in its Chal-
lenge Series on Wednesday. 8
p.m., at the Everglades Hotel.
Interrogating Dr. Youngert on
the topic "Educating for Demo-
cracy" will be Rev. Edward Grah-
am, member of the board of trus-
tees of the Florida Normal and
Industrial Memorial College of St.,
Augustine, and Virgil I. Pitstick.
assistant professor and acting
chairman ol the Department ol
Human Relations at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Stuart Simon, attorney and
member of the Greater Miami
Chapter. AJCommittee Executive
Board, will serve as moderator.
David B. Fleeman, president of
the local AJC chapter, which re-
cently celebrated its tenth anni
verary, explained that "the inter-
est of the American Jewish Com-
mittee in education is a primary
one. which calls to mind Mark
Van Dorcn, who sees education as
a school of mankinda place
where he who was a child begins
his study ol the ruUs by which he
may become a citizen in the re-
public of human understand."
Mrs. Robert L. Berger is chair-
man of the series.
Dubbin Family
Endows Wing
Accelerating the current Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital drive to ob-
tain matching funds to complete
its upper three floors, Daniel S
Dubbin this week announced on
behalf of his brothers. Henry and
Judge Albert S. Dubbin, the en-
dowment of a wing in memory of
their father, Samuel Dubbin.
The Dubbin brothers are one. of
Miami's oldest families, and have
been active in many community
and philanthropic projects.
In revealing the endowment,
Daniel Dubbin said that "my
brothers and I are happy to be
part of the Cedars of Lebanon
drive to complete its upper three
floors, which will speed com-
pletion of its bed facilities, so tnat
by the end of 1963. the hospital can
operate at its fullest capacity of
282 beds."
A formal dedication of the Dub-
bin Wing is being set for early
spring.
Port Charlotte Group Forming
Main topic for discussion at'a
meeting of the Port Charlotte
Community Jewish Group last
week was method of financing
their proposed new building and
ground-breaking date for the new
structure. The meeting was con-
ducted by President A Golden.
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Friday, March 15. 1963
High Court Rules on Mixed Marriage
"ust back from a national board meeting of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University is Jack Popick (right), presi-
dent of the South Florida Division of the American Friends.
Popick, a national vice president of Hebrew University, is !
greeted here by Daniel G. Ross (left), honorary president of
he Friends, and Eliahu Elath, president of the Jerusalem
aniversity.
Eichelberger to Address Beach UN Unit;
Schindler Heads Officer Installation
Clark M. Eichelberger, execu-
1 v director of the American As-
sociation for the United Nations,
v,ill be a guest speaker at the in-
.- allation dinner of the Miami
Beach Unit of the organization on
Sunday, 6 p.m., at the Algiers
Hotel.
Eichelberger was a consultant to
the State Department and a mem-
ber of the committee which pre-
Beach Bar Hears
Guest Speaker
Frederick B. Sylvia, field rep-
sontative of the Social Security
- dministration. was guest speak-
-.r at a public forum series spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Bar
ssn
Topic of his presentation Mon-
day evening at Miami Beach
Oceanfront Auditorium was "Bene-|
ts Under Social Security Law."
Program also included a film on'
u Bill of Rights.
In charge of the program were
Stanley Richard, president-elect,
: nd Leonard Rivkind, vice presi-
enl of the Bar Assn.
pared the first draft of the UN
Charter. He was an advisor to;
the U.S. delegation at the San
Francisco Conference which, in
1945. wrote the charter.
He is the author of a number
of books about the United Nations.;
and has lectured extensively on |
national and international affairs.
Irvin R. Schindler will be in-
stalled as president of the Mi-
ami Beach unit. Other officers
to be installed are Mrs. Toby
Emanuel, H. P. Forrest, Abra- |
ham A. Grunhut and Harry Per- ,
kel, vice presidents; Mrs. Paul-
ine S. Schycon, treasurer; Mrs.
Zelda Thau, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Edythe Schindler,
corresponding secretary; Judge
Henry L. Balaban, parliamen-
tarian.
Eichelberger's address here
will include an examination of the
critical issues currently before
the United Nations, and a question
and answer period will follow.-
During his visit here, he will be'
a house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott Roosevelt, of Miami Beach.!
Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt are mem-'
bers of the board of directors of
the Miami Beach Unit.

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Israel Supreme Court has ordered posed today by Hatzofeh, one of requirements of the Stale
the Interior Ministry to register,
a Belgian Christian woman, who
married an Israeli Jew in Cyprus,
as married. But the majority ab
stained from ruling on whether
the marriage itself was valid.
The justices, in a four-to-one
ruling, declared that the registrar
was obliged to record facts as,
presented to him in documents in
the case which arose from an ap-
peal from an Interior Ministry
action against Henrietta Catherine
Funck. who went with Israei
Schlesinger to Cyprus to be wed.
Israeli law does not recognize,
marriages of non-Jews to Jews.
The couple presented a certifi-
cate of civil wedding, along with
a passport amended by the Bel-
gian consul, in which the woman
was listed as "'Mrs. Schlesinger."
The Ministry agreed to allow the
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than her maiden name and her
status as that of a spinster.
The ruling was expected to re-
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tity cards now held by Israelis
under similar circumstances. Re-
ligious circles here indicated they
would press for an amendment to
the law upon which the Supreme
Court decision was based. Such
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day and Tuesday night. Apr. 8 and
9.
Seder services will be conduct-i
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spiritual leader of the congrega-
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Friday.
March 15. 1963
*Jmisii fkridUain
Page 7-A
^Congress Leader Views Major Issues Today
a nationally-known .Jewish lead*
,., expressed the belief here that
one of the principal pressure
in America today stems
increased tensions sur-
i,, ng the Supreme Court de
eiion in the Bible-reading case.
,i will be nothing lik- the
i xperienced here in Mi-
ami aftec the Dado County ease
i year ago in June," conceded
Maslow, national executive
or <>f the American Jewish
Con rcss
\ i-low was In Miami to meet
with leaders of the South Florida
Region at .1 variety of chapter
gatherings.
"The Protestant community
has begun to realize," Maslow
declared, "that they can't have
it both ways. They can't argue
against Federal aid to Catholic
schools while at the same time
they insist on a Protestant
form of religious instruction in
the public schools."
But Maslow warned that ten-
sions in this area of concern are
not all on one side of the fence.
"We must also be wary about the
split in Orthodox Judaism on
-omo of these same issues in-
volving separation of church and
state." As an example. Maslow
pointed to the failure of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions "to come to a position on
Federal aid to parochial schools."
Negro Relations
Turning to consideration of an-
other principal pressure point,
Maslow characterized the "alarm-
ing deterioration" in Negro-Jew-
fsh relations. He said that there
is a "lull-scale revolt based on
the growing Negro unwillingness
to accept a gradualist approach
toward their achievement of civil
libertarian equality." Particular-
ly, he said, there is a growing
disenchantment with liberals,
ma maslow
... pressure points
and it is net reserved entirely to
Negro groups like the Black Mus-
lims or avid followers of Adam
Clayton PowelL
"Moderates are also disen-
chanted by the slow pace,"
Maslow declared, "and it is
not important whether they
re right or wrong in their im-
patience with resolving their
grievances in the courts. The
fact is that militancy seems to
be on the rise."
Maslow said that it was espec-
ially sad to see the decline in
Negro communication with the
Jewish community, hut he singled
out the American Jewish Con-
gress as an exception. "We prob-
ably have better relations with
Negroes than any other Jewish
organization." he emphasized.
He cited as an example the
American Negro press, which
shows increasing hostility toward
Jews and Israel. Maslow partic-
ularly singled out such Negro col-
umnists as James Hicks, of the
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Scfiuyler, of the Pittsburgh Cour-
ier, whose work exemplifies ris-
ing degrees of anti-Semitism.
New African Nations
On a hopeful note. Maslow said
that the Negro press does not, on
the other hand, attempt to recon-
cile these views with the hearten-
ing relationship between Israel
and the new African nations: un-
does it tailor this relationship 10
conform to its occasionally nega-
tive attitude toward American
Jewish leaders.
Turnir/j to the African na-
tions, Maslow said that "we
must all be excited by their
great faith in the friendship of
Israel. The Brazzaville Reso-
lution, calling for direct Israel-
Arab peace talks, was sponsor-
ed by them; and we must also
not forget their very honest
self-estimation: that in the
matter of anti-Semitism they
are not advanced culturally
enough to distinguish between
Europeans."
On a national Jewish level,
Maslow opined that a rising pres-
sure point must inevitably sur-
round our lack of institutional de-
vices for joint program planning
and coordination. "I am not talk-
ing about the propaganda stand
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee on monolithic organizations.
"This," Maslow charged, "is
hobgobblin stuff to justify the
Committee's narrow position. I
am merely talking about the op-
portunity for people to sit down
in order to plan jointly the reso-
lution of such major issues as
Soviet anti-Semitism and the ad-
vances that may conceivably
come from the Ecumenical Coun-
cilgiven a united American
Jewish community with the joint
resolve to urge the initiation of
these advances."
No Coordination
Maslow charged that there is
"practically no coordination be-
tween the American Jewish Com-
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League. When both were mem-
bers of the National Community
Relations Advisory Council, each
knew what the oilier was doing.
Now," Maslcw declared. "then-
is renewed hope ol the ADL's re-
affiliation."
Added Maslow: "The Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, which
has elevated its rejection to a
matter of poetical principal,
prefers to remain in its splen-
did isolation."
Maslow. who said that h" en-
joys "very good relations on a
personal and professional level
with both the Anti-Delamation
League and American Jewish
Committee," argued that "we
are not. however, talking about
that."
On another note, iie praised Un-
American Jewish Committees re-
cent decision to join in the call
lor a national cejebration of the
20th anniversary of the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising as an example
of the Committee's ability to co-
ordinate its programs when it
wants to.
Jewish Orientation
Turning to his own organiza-
tion, Maslow defended the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress against
charges that Congress neglects
"exclusively Jewish interests in
our activities." He cited as proof
the Congress sponsorship last
week of a Governing Council on
Jewish Day Schools meeting, the
dialogue in Israel last year on
Jewish art and the Jewish artist.
and the projected second Con-
gress-sponsored dialogue in 1s-
real this coming June.
"But it is irne mat Jewish j
community relations experts must
begin to enlarge their scope of j
interest." Maslow suggested. "If I
we are no longer burdened by
immediate pressures of anti-
Semitism in America, we must
shift our view to related issues
that can ultimately affect the
status of the Jew here."
As an example, Maslow urged
American Jews to become in-
creasingly interested in legisla
tive reapportionment. "On it s
face, this is not a specificallv
Jewish issue," Maslow conced
ed. "But Jews make up a sig
nificant part of the populatior-
of the nation's major urbar
copulatirn centers, and it ii
these centers which stand tc
benefit from reapportionmen"
benefit by the increased po
litical prestige they will ulti
mately csrry to all levels o:
government.
-.By changing the calibre ol '
representatives," he said, "we
can ultimately hope to repla<
ih- rural isolationist with tin Ii
eral internationalist. This." Mas.
low concluded, is alter all th
shape of our democratic torn
row "
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Friday, March 15, 1363
n
"Federation is definitely in Fashion," as these three leaders of
the Mercantile Division indicate by their broad smiles at the
division's annual Combined Jewish Appeal luncheon. Left to
right are Alfred H. Daniels, president of Burdine's, co-host
of the division with Robert Macht, president of Jordan Marsh;
guest of honor, John Serbin. of Serbin Inc., a past CJA general
campaign chairman; and Harry L. Katz. president of Hartley's,
luncheon chairman.
Mercantile Group Honors Serbin
Annual luncheon of the Mercan-
tile Division of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, sponsored by the di-
vision co-chairmen. Alfred H. Dan-
iels, president of Burdines. and
Robert Macht, president of Jordan
Marsh, was held at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel and honored John Ser-
bin for his many contributions to
the Miami community.
Harry L. Katz. president of
Hartley's, served as chairman of
the luncheon, and Daniel Neal
Heller, chairman of Federation's i
Speakers Bureau, was guest speak-
er.
Serbin, who was 1957 CJA
chairman, and has served at -
chairman of the Mercantile Di-
vision, was cited "for his leader-
ship in the mercantile field" and
"for his outstanding service to
Federation and to all worthy
causes in the Greater Miami
community."
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth "Sholom,
with which Serbin is affiliated,
presented him with an inscribed.
copy of the Szyk Haggadah.
Mrcantile industry leaders join-1
ing in the testimonial were Morris i
Rubin, president of Hub Depart-
ment Stores; Apparel group chair-
man. Harry Mizrach; Department
Store Group co-chairmen. Sam
Rappaport and Maxwell Weisblatt;
Furniture and Appliances Group
co-chairmen, A. J. Alexander and
Martin Spector; and Jewelry'
Group co-chairmen, Morris Rabi-
nowitz and Herman Rubin.
The luncheon also celebrated
the 25th anniversaries of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and!
the United Jewish Appeal, both!
sponsored by the Combined Jew-j
i.-h Appeal campaign.
Menorah Marks 13th Anniversary
Culminating its Bar Mitzvah
year. Temple Menorah will hold
its annual celebration banquet on
Saturday evening in the Napoleon
Room of the DeauviUe Hotel.
Chaired by Mrs. Lawrence Wes-
ton, the banquet will honor top j
solicitors "and workers in a candle-
lighting ceremony, "The Bar Mitz-
vah Year," conducted By Rabbi
Abramowitz and Cantor Edward
Klein.
Included in the program will be
greetings by Maurice Revitz, pres-
ident of Temple Menorah. and a
message by Mrs. Ray Morse, Sis-
terhood president.
Entertainment by Jimmy Holmes
and the Ink Spots, -Eddie Carson
and dancing to Irving Laibson's
orchestra will complete the even-
ing's program.
Judea Planning
Annual Reception
Temple Judea annual reception
and dinner dance will be held at
the Doral Hotel and Country Club
on Saturday. Mar. 23, 7 p.m., in
the Miadoral Room.
All proceeds will go toward the
Temple's religious school. Res-
ervations are being taken by the
Temple office.
Herbert Gelernter is president.
Westview Pledges
Up by $25,000
An additional pledge Of $25,000
to the Combined Jewish Appeal
was announced this \uck by lead-
in.; members of Westview Coun-
try Club and the Greater Miami
Jew ish Federation.
Leonard Wien was chairman <>i
the function, which was held in
the form of the first annual West-
view-Federation tournament and
dinner,
Sidney Lefeourt. president of
Federation, announced thai 50
members of Westview Country
Club had. to dale, contributed S267.-
000 to CJA. and that the S2.r).000
in additional contributions made
at the dinner represents "a com-
ing of age and a realization by
members of Westvicw's high
status of responsibility and lead-
ership in the Greater Miami com-
munity."
Wien told the gathering that
"because Federation is the cen-
tral organization of the Jewish
community and the one overall
campaign responsible for the |
health and welfare needs of Great-
er Miami Jewry. Federation de-
serves top priority in the philan-
thropic support of every Westview
member."
Club member Ernest Janis, co-
chairman of the 1963 CJA. called
the tournament and dinner "one
of the highlights" of the annual
Westview program
"I am pleased by the response
to the first annual tournament
and look forward to the day
when every member of Westview
Country Club will be a leading
supporter of Federation and in
addition give-his time, energy,
and his knowledge of the com-
munity to one of Federation's
outstanding agencies by person-
ally volunteering his services in
addition to his financial sup-
port."
Club President Ferd Meyer wel-
comed guests. Presentation of
prizes was made to winners of the
Golf Tournament, which was ar-
ranged by Co-chairmen Mark
Matthews and Dr. Norman Jaffe.
Winners of the Best Ball Four-1
some receiving handsome Silver
Revere Bowls inlaid in blue were)
Jack Daner, Dr. Michael Gilbert,;
Charles Reskin and Stanley C.
Myers, wh6 also addressed the
gathering.
Chairmen of the day in addition!
to Wien, and the Golf Tournament |
co-chairman, were Louis Spitzer. i
attendance committee; David
Catsman, program committee;!
Jack Daner, food committee; Dr. [
Robert Trope, card committee;
and Milton Komito. publicity.
Westview Country Club leaders are all smiles ct the first an-
nual Westview-Federation Day dinner following a Golf Tour
nament for members and guests of the club. Left to right
looking at the display of prizes for the four winning golf four-
somes of the tournament, aie Co-Chairman Mark Matthews,
members of the winning forusome Jack Daner. Stanley C.
Myers, and Charles Reskin. Chairman of the day Leonard A.
Wien .holds the prize of the 4th winner. Dr. Michael Gilbert
(not shownl as Tournament Chairman Dr. Ncrman Jaffe
looks on.
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Dcdd Blasts U.S. Failure
To Hit Red Anti-Semitism
1NGTON (JTAi The State Department came under fire
le ihis week on charges by Sen. Thomas j. Dodd, Connect!-
it, that the Department had inadequately responded to
Si raitism.
ing increase, evidence <>i
ish tendencies in the Sov the annual meeting o( the B'nai
inion, Sen. Dodd said the B'rith i mal Council.
arly revealed "Prime KaU (M:i;(.j, chairman M.
Khrushchev, himself, as ed recen| M|( Qj ..smaU bu(
ondener, if not the chief pos8iblj .,.,,i;i, developments"
. of the persecution o! u|Ihm ,h(, |SSI{ ,ha< ,.M|,.j(,.,
Soviet authorities are seriouslj
disturbed by the extent of Western
criticism over the discriminator}
status of Sn\ iel Jew "
, festicf? fhrrhirt
Page 9-A
, iet .lews."
The Senator referred to recent
developments in Russia in com-
menting on an exchange he had
with the State Department last
summer on the Soviet Jewish
question. In reply to the Sena-
tor's recommendation for In-
5 United States diplomatic
activity on behalf of Soviet Je//-
ry, Assistant Secretary of State
Frederick G. Dutton wrote that
"Publication of the Khrushchev
letter in l/.vestia is the first time
in more than two decades that
the Soviet people have been given
to understand by the highest rul-
ing Party and State authorities
that anti-Semitism is officially
frowned on." Katz said. "In the
past, Soviet denials have been lim-
it w.i. "not possible to determine
whether Soviet Jews are delib- ited lg the foreign pre-s."
erateiy being singled out as
Jews for a disproportionate Urge Clergymen to Help
.mount of condemnation and vie- B[JFFAL0 N y (JTA) A
,,m!iat'on- delegation representing the Buf-
>,:. Dodd said he "found it dif- falo Hoard of Rabbis appealed this
ficull to understand Mr. Dutton's week to a visiting group of Ru.-s-
iincertainty, because it seemed to ian clergymen to use their "good
me at the time that here was offices to improve conditions for
w: iming evidence that the Jewish religious living in the Sov-
Soviet Jews were, in fact, the iet Union." The visitors to But
- of special persecution." falo included Archpriest Yitaly
Borovoy. professor of theology at
Situation Hasn't Changed the University of Leningrad; Bish-
op Denisenko Philaret; and the
PARIS (JTA) The situa-iRcv A N S(ovan A ;irc dinl.
lion of the Jews in the Soviet, tarics of ,he Russlan orthodox
Union i- one of the few fields 'n (jhurch.
which dc Stalinization does not!
teem to lie in practice, the New! The Soviet clergymen attribut-
York Times declared this week in ^ We lack of religious facilities,
its international Edition, in a re- among Soviet Jews to the fact that
dew of the 10 years since StalinV |-atn similated and failed to demand
i improvement. They said that eer- I
, The review, written by thc|tam re8trictions imposed by the
saVimes" Moscow correspondent, i Soviet Government applied to all
Seymour Topping, said that "no. re|igjons, no, only to Jews
public mention" has been made! *
in Russia "Of many of the promi-| Knesset Hears Attack
nent purge victims, such as the
25 noted writers of the Jewish JERUSALEM (JTA> A
antifascist Committee" who were Knesset deputy of Prime Minis-
killed during the purge of Jewish'ter David Ben-Gurion's Mapai
intellectuals in 1952. Party made a scathing attack in I
_.. ... .. Parliament this week on anti-;
The article noted that, in :\^\fo disi.rimnation in the Sov.:
Members of Class Daled 1 celebrate the be- Susan Kurtz. Richard Waas. Standing (left to
ginning of their study of Chumash at a party right) are Wendy Ross, Diane Alterman, Bar-
at Beth David Congregation. Around the desk bara Sue Cohen, Cheryl Tytell, Rita Rosinek,
(left to right) are Mr. Zvi Rosenkranz, teacher, Andrew Levine, Charles Silverman.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader,
Yale Reports oh Bias in Education
lews of the Stalin purges in Russ-
iet Union.
ia "a significant silence" was,
maintained on the question of Deputy Yonah Kesse, in a
Wilt Mr. Topping wrote that statement assumed to have the
Stalin and his late police chief, official backing of Mapai, de-
Laverent] Beria. are assigned nounced Soviet anti-Jewish poli-
blanket responsibility for the
purges but "little if anything is
Mid of the other individuals in-
olvi in the prosecution, execu-
tion or imprisonment of the vic-
tims "

B'nai B'rith Sees Change
YORK -(JTA) A "glim-
her ol encouragement" that Sov-
Wl state inspired restrictions this
eek against Jewish community
"' may be eased in the USSR
was expressed here by B'naii rights given to those who wanted
i._ n'h President Label A. Katz at! to emigrate to Israel, to do so.
cies during debate on the bud-
get presentation by Mrs. Golda
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister.
Quoting form a Soviet publica-
tion which carried an apparent
incitement of the local popula-
tion against the Jews.
Mr. Kesse declared that "the
silent cry" of Soviet Jewry was
now reaching the entire world.
He said the outcry would not come
to an end until Soviet Jewry was
restored to full equality with the
NEW YORK (JTA) A re-
port on the problems of prejudice
in Protestant religious education i
in the United States, made by the
Yale University Divinity School,
showed this week that 43 per cent
of the school lessons of a lone
Protestant denomination contained
variations on the theme that the
Jews crucified Christ.
The findings were contained in
"Faith and Prejudice," by Dr.
Bernard E. Olson, as part of a
seven-year study carried out at
the divinity school to determine
how Catholics. Jews and Negroes
are portrayed in Protestant litera-
ture. The Yale project is one
of three stimulated by the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee.
"Faith and Prejudice" shows
that Protestant materials display
a wide range of treatment of
those subjects which are most
telling in their effect on Jews.
One denomination cautioned its
students that feelings of hate
against the Jew "have a long
history; their roots are deep
and widespread."
Citing the crucifixion tale, the
denomination said that the Jews
have been accused of "having
killed the Son of God. Such an
accusing attitude toward the Jew-
ish people is surely not a fitting
part of the Christian gospel."
While many denominations carry-
variations of the same attitude,
"refutation of the charge is also
Young Israel
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Lox" games night Saturday at
the Temple Hall.
Chairmen are Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Dclnik, assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Weissman.
President of the group is Mrs.
Harry Klein.
found in all curricula but one." live vice president of the Amcn-
the study found. t.;in Jewish Committee, joined with
A press conference was held i national Protestant leaders in ac-
here at the Yale Club in connec-! claiming Dr. Olson's study as a
tion with the publication of the j major contribution to interreli-
study. Dr. John Slawson. execu- gious understanding.
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f.knist Fkridiari
Friday. March 15. 19f
19F\ I
Jewish Unit Hits Soviet on Bigotry
Continued from Page 1"A
m the Soviet press would
restrain "manifestationa of nation-
al prejudice and religious and
cultural intolerance" in Russia
and on publicity -calculated to
make it appear that Jews are pri-
marily responsible for economic
offenses The resolution also
urged the Soviet Union lo facili-
tate the reunion of families
through emigration.
A- the delegates were taking
this action, word came from Paris
ot another death sentence on a
Russian Jew. cited in I'ravJa as
"Kanzberg," who was convicted
at another alleged economic crimes
trial in Azerbaijan of "traffic and
theft of goods destined for Soviet
cooperatives.*'
The conference announced plans
for two meetings, one in the sum-
mer and one next January in New
York City. COJO is composed of
the American Jewish Congress,
B'nai B'rith. the Board of Deputies
el British Jews, the Canadian Jew-
ish Congress, Conseil Represen-
taif des Juifs de France. Dela-
gacion de Asociaciones Israelites
Argentines, the executive council
ol Australian Jewry, the Jewish
Labor Committee, the South Afri-
can Jewish Board of Deputies and
the World Jewish Congress. The
Jewish Agency for Israel was rep-
resented by an observer.
Dr. Nahum Goldman was re-
elected chairman of COJO; Label
A. Katz. president of B'nai B'rith.
co-chairman; and Sir Barnet) Jan.
ner, president of the Board of
Deputies Jews, vice-chairman. Ye-
huda Hcllman was agai ected
as secretary-yeni ;
Henry Jacobson, president of the Men's Club of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital, awards prizes to Kathy and
Suzanne Brown for their contribution to a successful Valentine
dance co-sponsored by the Men's Club and the local elec-
tricians union. A new fund-raising arm of the "Hospital with
a Heart," the Men's Club is open to all and provides fellow-
ship, as well as participation in NCCH projects. Membership
chairman is Max Jacobson.
Beachite Finishes Technical Course
,,,, n^.- c a permanent base for duty in his
A.rman Second Class Robert S. J ^^ spcciahy
Levin has completed the United, A grarfuate of Miami Beach Sen-;
, States Air Force technical train- ior High Levin is thc ^ of Mrs
jing course for communicationsjmy^j Levin, 1919 Meridian Ave.
specialists at Goodfellow AFB, jje \t married to the former Mar
Tex., and is being reassigned to; tha C. Bibb.
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
Prisoner of War experience of
U.S. servicemen in Korea, who
also passively accepted their fate
at the hands of the skillful Chi-
nese brainwashcrs. or to analyze
the fundamental absurdity of the
charge that Jews did nothing to
fight backa charge popularized
in the recent Bruno Bettelheim
study. For the floodgates have
been let open to be entered by
those never really convinced in
thc first placeto be entered and
to believe as the hate propagan-
dists presumably believe in thc
myth of the six million.
One might understand this kind
of agonizing Jewish self-hatred
set against a pseudo-sophistica-
ted backdrop of the Norman Pod-
horetz (Norman Mailerl-editcd
variety of Commentary Maga-
zine. But it does not come froiii
the Podhoretzes among us. It
comes from Hannah Arcndt. and
this makes the implications here
all the more shocking. What are
the implications? That the trage-
dv of European Jewry has been
grossly exaggerated; that what
did in fact occur was the natural
consequence of all the things the
Jews called down upon them-
selves; that thc Eichmann execu-
tion had little relation to the
crime for which he was charged.
Above all things, this gratui-
tously insults the memory of the
sainted dead, who at least died
as Jews: while Hannah Arendt.
in the affluence of her intellec-
tual constellation, no longer even
knows how to live like one.
Docs the U.S. love her Chinese I
POW's any less because some
stumbled in the face of a brutal
spiritual challenge to their sur-
vival instincts? Hannah Arendt
loves the Jews less. In fact, like
those she so viciously condemns
for contributing to their own
doom. Miss Arendt now does yeo-
man's service in digging future
Jewish graves to the applause of
the world's unconverted anti-
Semites.
SHEVIN SAYS
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of Dade County for the con-
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during the recent primary. A
special vote of thanks goes to
my many friends, supporters
and campaign workers who
put forth their effort in my
behalf.
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Israel Eyes Mid- East Consolidation
Jeffrey Rosenberg (left), of Temple Beth Am, First Prize winner
in e annual Essay Contest views the art object which won
first zJace in the annual Art Contest co-sponsored by the Bu-
reae ol Jewish Education and the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
erc- OH. Sammy Goldstein, Temple Beth Am (right), was the
f i- Drize winner in the Art Contest.
Contest Winners Revealed Here
\\ rs <>i tbe annual essay-art
(.ntr co-sponsored by. the Bu-
Jewish Education and the
Great' Miahil Jewish Federa-
tion ere announced at a gen-
i embershlp meeting of the
Jur by Joseph Cohen, presi-
lenl
Es first prize went to Jeffrey
RostnN-rgt Temple Beth Am; sec-
ond pnze, Ruth Hoodwin, third
priz< osiah Meyer, both Beth
Dav i. ongrogation; fourth prize.
Line., ireen. Temple Beth Am:
lilt: ize. Rita Fay Morton, Is-
raelite .'enter.
II rable mention went to
Pame'i Grossman and Laura
Schw.--.rtz, Temple Beth Am; and
Pan.-... Schaffer, Beth David Con-
greg; -;i.
V. rs of the art contest were
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Awards were presented by Judge
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Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
A $50 U.S. Savings Bond went to
the first prize winners, S25 bonds
to the second prize winners and
Jewish books to all other winners.
The winning essay, "What My
Jewish Community Means to Me,"
was read by Jeffrey Rosenberg.
The annual Hebrew Vocabulary
Bee attracted an audience of over
200 parents and children. Cham-
pions of 13 schools demonstrated
their Hebrew achievement under
the direction of Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the Bu-
reau.
Continued from Page 1-A
rion" or by "an internal plot back-
'.I bj imperialism to topple the
progressive government."
State Department sources Tues-
lay declined comment in Washing-
on on reports of a proposed uni-
ted Arab military command that
would link live Arab states hostile
o Israel, but voiced assurances
hat the United States was devoted
.o the preservation of Israel.
These sources cited the strong
pro-Israel sentiment in the United
States Congress. They reiterated
American interest, expressed last
week by Secretary of State Dean
Rusk, in the security of Jordan and
Saudi Arabia. Officials held, how-
ever, that any comment on a pro-
posed unified Arab military high
command linking Syria, Iraq.
Egypt. Yemen and Algeria would
be premature and excessively spec-
ulative.
It was meanwhile indicated that
the Department is comforted by
what it sees as an anti-Communist
tendency apparent in the Iraqi and
Syrian upheavals. The Department
dots not necessarily interpret
"Arab Socialism" and Arab unity
moves negatively. However, the
Department is continuing to press
for withdrawal of Nasser's Egyp-
tion forces from Yemen and for
disengagement ot Saudi 'Arabia
and Jordan which are charged
with supplying arms to Yemeni
loyalist forces.
The United States was accused
in the British press Tuesday of
aiding Egyptian President Nasser
indirectly to instigate revolutions
in ether Arab countries in order t<,
briny these countries under his
domination.
Declaring that Nasser is "rid-
ing high in triumph" follow!' i
the revolutions he instigated in
Syria, Iraq and Yemen, the Lon-
don Daily Mail said that West-
ern experts believe that Nasser
is paying at least $1,000,000 pr
day for Yemen. Ths meney, the
paper asserted, co:nes a'tua'lv
from the Uni* I ftatos wh'rh
gives Egypt f: ee surp'us fcod
which in tu-n is :o'l by 6/-*
for cash. "Th's cash. ins'H of
going into inten-.-il ^eve.i.jiicnt
of Egypt, p-iy* .c- the Ye.nen
war," tbe Daily Mail stresses.
The paper says that the United
States "turns a blind eye" to Nas-
ser's ambition to dominate the
Middle East and control its oil.
The Daily Telegraph similarly em-
phasizes in an editorial Tuesday
that "ihe policy ol Nasser t* to in-
stigate and support military coups,
and the policy of the United State-
is not to interfere with Nasser's
movements."
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Friday. March 15, 19jt
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Rabbis in 'Reaffirmation to Community'
Week Observance at Passover Season
Planning the fifth anniversary banquet of Temple Ner Tamid
Sunday evening, Mar. 17, at the Deauville Hotel are left to
right (seated) Mrs. Louis Gold, past president of Sisterhood;
Murray Shaw, congregation president; and Mrs. Shaw, pres-
ident of Sisterhood. Standing are Adolph Greenbaum, past
president of Men's Club; Col. William J. Harris, past president
of congregation; Mrs. Louis Cohen, past president of Sister-
hood; and Dade Regent, Men's Club president. Not shown
are Dr. Ben L. Fabric, past president of congregation; and Mrs.
Fannie Sklar, first president of Sisterhood.
Host of Sponsors Listed for Ner Tamid
Fifth Anniversary Celebration Mar. 17
baum, past presidents of theMerfs
Club.
The Tempie currently has at its
helm Mr. and Mrs. Murray A.
Shaw, president of the congre-
gation and Sisteniood, respective-
ly. They also be honored at the
celebration.
Temple Ner Tamid fifth anni-
versary banquet to be held on Sun-
day evening, Mar. 17, at the Deau-
ville Hotel, will honor all past and
present presidents of the Temple,
Sisterhood and Men's Club.
The gala event will also iniliate
the Ner Tamid Humanitarian
Award to be given to Mrs. Jeanne
Daman-Scaglione for her heroic
efforts on behalf of the Jewish
people during the second World
War.
Star entertainment will follow
the dinner which is being chaired
by Irvine C. Spear.
Sponsors i I the event Inolude Mr.
and Mrs MorrU Adext, Mr. uid -Mis
Joseph Albert, Mr and Mrs. Samuel
Baker, Mr. and -Mis Max Barrar,
IWr iiml Mrs. ciiiiil.s Branson, Mr.
and .Mrs. Louis Cohen, Mis. Anne
:-in. Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. ElR,
Mi. and Mr-. M. David Elwltt, Dr.
.im! Mrs Ben I.. Fabric, Mr-. Hen-
rietta Fine. Mr. and Mrs. Kzia Fine-
gold
Mr. iiml :.-!.- Herman Frank, Mr.
and Mis. Henry Gibson, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael fJlasier, Mr. and Mrs. Louie
i (lold. Mi-- Rita Goldman, Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Qroenbaum, Mr. and
Mis. Samii.-l Greenfield, Col anil
Mrs. William .1. Harris, Mr. ami Mrs.
Loula Hlrah.
Mr. anil Mi-. Joseph Kalin. Mr. and
Mrs. William Keats, Mr and Mrs
Morris Klelmnan, Mr, ami Mrs. Jack
Kllmrer, Mr. ami Mrs. David Krause,
Mr. ami Mrs. Morris Lexner, Mr, and
Mi.-. Harr> Lleberman, Mis .i>---i- u.
Mali ns. Mr. ami Mrs. Morris Miretz-
k\, Harrj Rapaport. -Mr. ami Mis.
in.I,- Rest, Mr. ami Mrs. Nath-
. ii Rottenb) r-.
Mr. and Mr.-. Harry B. Bchoener,
Mr. ml Mr-. Herman Shaw, Mr. ami
An-.-. Jack Shaw, Mr. ami Mrs. Mur-
Shaw, Mr. ami Mr.- Harry Sher-
in. Mr. ami Mrs Solomon Slegel,
l >r. Melvln Slmonsort, Mr-. Fannie
Sklar, .Mr. and Mr-. Walter .1.
Sklar, Mr. and Mrs. lun Somer, Mr.
.hi Mrs. Philip Bbref, Mr. ami Mr-.
Irvine C, Spear, Morris Splselman,
An- Badle Trosky, Dr. ami Mrs.
David Kails, ami Mr. ami .Mrs. Jos-
eph Zeman.
At the celebration, the presi-
dents under whose administration
Ner Tamid has grown will be hon-
ored. They are, Col. William J.
Harris, and Dr. Ben L. Fabric,
past presidents of the congrega-
tion; Mrs. Fannie Sklar, Mrs. Gus
Gold, and Mrs. Louis Cohen, past
presidents of the Sisterhood; and
Dale Regent and Adolph Green-
For the past rour years, the
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion has been Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz, and the Cantor is Saul H.
Breeh.
y
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The week- of Apr. 9 to 16, frac-
tional Passover holiday time, has
been designated as a "Week of
Reaffirmation to your Community"
b> the Rabbinical Advisory Com-
mittee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federal Kin.
Dedicated to the redemption of
Jews throughout the world who
seek a new life in Israel and other.
free nations, as well as to the life-
giving work of Federation's agen
i i< in the Greater Miami com-
munity, the observance will be co-
sponsored by the Greater Miami
.icwis'i Federation and the Rab-
binical Association of Greater Mi-
ami.
Rabbis have pledged the use of
their pulpits to tell their congre-
gants of the important work ol
Federation, the significance of re-
Sholem Lodge
Offers Musicale
Jewish Music Month was cele-
brated by Sholem Lodge. B'nai
B'rith, at a meeting Tuesday even-;
ing at Beth David Auditorium.
Last meeting of the present ad-
ministration, outgoing president,
A. David Rayvis, presented the
gavel to his successor, Sanford if.
Swerdlin.
Program chairman. Sidney H. I
Palmer, introduced Ben Essen, at-'
torney. who acted as master of
ceremonies for the evening's en-'
tertainment.
Musical selections, including old
and new Jewish melodies, were
offered by Cantor Richard Brown,
of Temple Judea, with Bob Rosen
as accompanist.
demption to Jewry throughout the
world, and the importance of the
25th anniversaries of the Federa-
tion and of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
Serving oiv the committee are
Rabbi Jonah Caplan, ol Temple
Adath Yeshurun; Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro,- Belh David Con|
tion: Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple
Beth Sholom; Dr. Irving l.e!
Temple Emanu-El; Dr. Joseph
Narol. Temple Israel; Rabbi May
er Abramowltz, Temple Menorab)
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Temple
Beth Am; and Rabbi Max Lip-
schnz, Both Torah Congregation.
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- GEMS OF WISDOM
y\ :;.;-. r has fins and scales in
.,., ., may eat. LBVITICU8.
', jj better to eat oysters openly,
..... i oytUrt secretly.
ZANCWILL.
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Mourn for the dead seven days,
b*l for i fool "'I I'" I'fe-
BEN S1RA.
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Sun.: .: iron at easier to bear than a sense- I
\ta man. 'huine. I
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A hint io [lie wise, a fist to the \
* *
In At TiUniC tragedy, all creeds |
acre at '.at united in the Brother- S
hi'i'i >' Death. If one could only 3
Upt for a Brotherhood of Life.
N. STRAUSS. I

Hj: t M < not all one father' Has ~
j,,: i -. i >od created us?
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flutter ii re itcdl.
YIDDISH PROVERB. I
SAYINGS OF FATHERS
3n C7L Wealm Of Jtti
Know Your Heritage ...
In Question and Answer
icivni s
r^eligioHS 42*~ife
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do torn* pious Jews insist
that the table they aat from
always be covered by a table
cloth?
The Talmud writes that the
table of the scholar is two thirds
covered and one third exposed
(Baba Bathra 57b). The commen-
taries write that the table of the
Jewish home is considered to be
an object of holiness, and as such
should be covered as a holy ob-
ject is to show a sense of reser-
vation. Some claim it is like the
moves the empty dishes so that
the presence of the Almighty is
not invited to a sight of empty
and soiled dishes but rather to a
neat and clean, orderly appear-
ance. ,
* a *
Why do some insist upon putting
on their hats and their suit
jackets before reciting the
Grace after meals?
These requirements are traced
to Talmudic source (Berakoth 51a
and Yerushalmi Berakoth Chapter
7). The general reasoning offer-
5
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table upon which the show bread if? 'T et. ""T/
was placed in the sanctuary of i h Alm,ghty is summoned to the
old. On that one there was al- f"bl%at ^moment_ and that ,
ways something on it. i.e. the he^'f"re ^hooves the individual
show bread. Generally speaking *'/*", "t
the table cloth shows a sense of ible .n the lace of the Divine Pres-
respect and dignity to the table |~ accomplished
and those who sit around it.
j
Aboth, Chap. I, 17
hu (on Njid. All rnv
ou n up among the
I '... i found nought of
::, nee than silence; nut
.;- bm doing Is the chiel
i U'hoeO it profuse of
nisei tin.
*
I e Aboth, Chap. II. 1
Why do some insist upon remov-
ing the empty plates from the
table before reciting the Grace
after meals?
donning one's hat and suit jacket
so that one is fully dressed as
one would be in the presence of
a mortal king.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Gold-
en Calf." Saturda> 10:60 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Ancient Kite of Purifica-
tion." 4:3i> p.m. Yiddish lecture:
'JudaslmA Progressive Religion."
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. L'pson.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Has Mitzvah: Pattl Marilyn, daugh-
ter Of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Adler:
Mar Mitzvah: Robert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Moo Farrow.
BETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 6:60 a.m.
Sermon: "worship of God la Baalc."
Minclia 6 p.m.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What
i- a Jewish ii......?" Saturday 8:46
a in.
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Why are the Saturday morning
services in the synagogue
usually scheduled at a later
hour than the daily morning
services of the week days?
The Biblical references to the
mighty does not come upon empty daily morning sacrifice specifical-
vessels. The source for this. is ly refer to the time as "in the
traced to the story of Elisha and morning, every morning" (Lev. j Su7,'ir',i"y""i' a7m.""l>ally 7:80 Ym. and
the Shunamite woman, wherein it 6:5; Nos. 28:4) while the sacrifice | 4 p.m. "
aid Which is tlir right was related that the flow of the offered every Sabbath speaks of j BEXM tfilah, 9*5 Euclid ave. Or-
..: a man vliould choose r; 0|| did not start with nothing; but the "Day of the Sabbath" (Nos.: thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
WOOD. 1361 S. 14 ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday 8:16 p.m. National Council
1 Jewish Women Sabbath. Sermon:
"Making Religion Real." Saturday
II a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Mltcnal. sun
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack L-lpalner
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
-----" Ktructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prair.e ave Or- ^a"tor Herman Gottlieb.
thodox. Rabby H._Lo,ns Rottman. ( ^antor^ ^ ^ ^^ r_^
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington I ilona on Becoming a Orandfather.
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stem. Saturday,
Cantor Maurice Mamches. are
the Kami -
Sermon: "These
This requirement is traced to
the authority of Rabbi Solomon
Lurie (The Famous Maharshul).
Ii follows the general understand-;
ing that the blessing of the Al-
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Steiner.
- |j I Friday 8:30 p.m. United Synagofjue
EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. ]
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max i
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Berrhon: "Kssen-
tluls of Judaism." Saturda] vi
in Sermon' "Prestige "I a Peo- Youth Sabbath. Saturdaj a.m.
pi!" -.,,,', si.l.i.'.sh Beudot s.i- Post-Conftrmatlon Students Bennon-
mon: -Who Seeds Purlflcatlonr' nettea.____
BETH RAPHAEL* iITnW 3rd ave. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Thirty
years Rlnce the Nazi Rise to Power.
Saturday 10:48 a.m. Bar Mitaiah:
Douglas, eon ot Dr. and Mrs. Her-
Se^K^Ph^^^ 16800 NW
or io him u'ho does u. unJ which r sd 0f oil which she poured. Gen- both week-day and Sabbath, are
ilio bnngs him honor from man-1 eraiiy, this feeling is again a dem-; representative of these sacrifices,
ta.i (., heedful of a light precept I j onstration of etiquette and dignity I the inference was made that the
JI at the Jewish table. Sabbath services should commence
Upon reciting the grace, one re- later.
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How a Rabbi Spends the Day
Following is Part I of a bird's eye view into
:.< day I activities' of a Rabbi. What does he do
lour spiritual leader is not in his robes and
pulj :: leading your i on i; re Rational service' With
,.-. imagnidlit'C BMitl from lack, Lai in. a member
./ Beth Torah Congregation. No. Miami Beach.
:-., follotl'ing should serve to fill in the very many
,. '......
This young, purposeful man in a hurry has
something on his mind. You see it in his benign
facial expression, hear it in his even toned de-
clarations, feel it in his aura of solemnity, his
air of joviality.
His perennial preoccupation is life. And his
every waking hour, and even some of the others,
one interminably entwined in that sometimes
underrated field called living.
Name: Take your choice. Occupation: Rabbi.
Place of employment: A Congregation.
There is no such thing as a typical day in
the life of a Rabbi. As the elements change, as
fingerprints vary, as personalities differ, so un-
like is his day-to-day course of events. It is not
just a living, not just a "place of employment."
Arriving at his office, the Rabbi finds a tear-
ful couple waiting in the outer room. There is
no appointment and no previous acquaintance-
ship. Their priority to see the Rabbi? Their tears.
Case history: Three-year-old child about to
he operated upon that day. Doctor's prognosis:
Bad. The Rabbi offers them hopehope in God's
Will. "Please God, and all will be well," he tells
them. No quick panacea, no guarantees. Be-
cause the operation is scheduled that day, he
takes the couple into the Chapel, and before the
Torah. offers his prayer. Happy ending: The
child survives the operation, the parents survive,
too.
Phone call for the Rabbi: "Where can I buy
Passover bread?'' a woman asks. Another call:
Rabbi, my wife just gave birth to a baby. What
do I do now?"
SALESMEN AND CONVERTS
.atlc.n.s from within Yourself am
vour Midst." 6 l>.m. Sermon: "Th.-
i:n,iical Portion of the Week,"
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday '.:1a and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"Don't lie a Johnny-Come-I,ately.
Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mitzvah:
Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man ividman; Harry, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Qreenberg.
CORAL WAy7eWI6H CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th st., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 8:10 p.m. sisterhood sub-
bath. I'uiplt (meat: Mra. Uollle
preetdent.
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washtng-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvino
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bomstein.
Friday 6:M p.m. Sermon by itabbi
Mc,iris W, ilraff, assistant rabbi of
ih. Temple: "Do the Ten Command-
ments Need Revision?"
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Fridav 8:1a p.m. Sermon: "Is He-
llgion" Wish Fulfillment?" Saturday
10:80 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Victor Mhs-
Knye. Sisterhood prealdent. Topic: ,.% of ,;,, :,u Mrs. Sidney Fox.
11.-art of her People. NalutUH} ___ ^ ^__
S:4."i a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Irvin, son ,,f
Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Maiautz.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday *:i."> p.m. Sermon: "The Re-
ligion of Maturity." Saturday 8:80
a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the week."
Bar Mitzvah: Jeff, s"i of Mr. and
Mrs. Cal Wynaton.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 6:16 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the Law."
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday <:!."> p.m. A fifth anniwr-
-;i!\ sermon: "The Meaning of the
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st IEternal Light." Saturday g:4S a.m.
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros- I _.._, _,TT7 r? .moTu mi ami
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
7r. ,. a "......i',i.,n 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
Y day 6:15 p.m. Sermon: i onion nnii m lowv
of the \V..k." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar *" Dnlel M- Lowy. .....
Mitzvah: .la.-k Edward/ eon of Mr. Friday 6:16 an, Sermon:"( hatau-
and Mrs. Barney Landers. qua fotperlencea. >at,i.d. > 1 a m.
___1 a ____ I liar Mitzvah: Thomas and Richard,
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801' twin KM Of Mr. and afri
Jt is life.
A Rabbi begins one day as the nextwith his
customary morning prayers. During this almost
silent ritual, he automatically recalls the events
of the preceding daya request to offer prayers
for someone hospitalized, a plea for aid to a dis-
tressed family. Some specific person or incident
is included in his daily pre-breakiast devotion.
He explains it this way, dispassionately, "I feel
Personally responsible for everyone in my congre-
gation and in my community."
HALF AREN'T EVEN MEMBERS
The phone rings. The Rabbi cannot be in-
terrupted during his recital of the Shema. A
member of his family must answer. It is a dis-
lr"UKht man on the other end. His wife insists
she is dying and must pray with the Rabbi at
or>ce. Time: 7:30 a.m., and there follows a quick nestiy desire to become Jews, following disillus-
visit to the ill, middle-aged woman for words of jonment elsewhere. And there are those who
comfort and silent prayer. The woman does not intermarry and request conversion to the faith of
d|c, was in no danger of dying, but at that mo- tncir intended. Instruction is necessary. As the
A stream of visitors now. Committee chair-
men are bent on selling tickets to a synagogue
function, eager to raise money, and pleased that
the Rabbi remembered their names.
Then there are salesmen. "Rabbi, no Temple
should be without this four-color Siddur." He is
kindly directed to the proper administrative pur-
chasing agent. The Rabbi is never "out" to any
visitor. "I will never keep anyone waiting more
than 15 minutes. It may add to their anxiety,"
he explains.
An unhappy married couple enter. They air
their marital differences. How can the Rabbi
help? "I never give advice," the Rabbi says.
But he listens. And he deftly guides them into
possibly solving their own problems by answer-
ing their own questions. His secondary field of
interest may be psychology, yet he often recom-
mends marital cases to professional counselors
or psychiatrists. He strives for reconciliation,
sometimes delving into their most intimate prob-
lems to extricate the cause of their unhappiness.
And the converts. There are those who earn-
surgeon wields his scalpel with a meticulous
hand, so must the Rabbi utilize with extreme
caution the words and thoughts of his heritage.
"lent she believed in her imminent demise. The
family was not a member of his congregation,
"id still is not. Actually, half the people visited,
counseled, and comforted by the Rabbi are not
members of his congregation.
And. yes, some are not Jews.
on u.i i.......i iu.......i.........i.tali
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NEXT WEEK: More questions for the
never overworked Rabbi.
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
ITIday *:la p.m. Sermon: "The
Psychology of Religion." One*
Shabbat hosted by Sisterhood.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Fridav 6:46 and 6:18 p.m. Sermon:
"Recognisable Loaea ami Unrecog-
nisable Loses." Saturday 8:43 a.m.
llai Mitzvah: Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Cohen.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday S p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Upholding the Torah."
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mod-
ern Traditional.
Daily 8 a.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Bth
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Kk*in- ... ..
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: A New
Heart." Oneg Shabbat host: Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Halpern In honor
of their 29th wedding anniversary.
Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
Friday 8:15 a.m. Sermon: "The
Meaning of a Hellgioux Education."
First grade students of the Hebrew
School will be presented with a He-
brew Prayer Hook.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rjbbt
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor CharTes
Kodnar.
Fridav 8:60 p.m. S.rmon: "To Kill
a Mockingbird." Saturday 11:16 p.m.
Bar Mltavah: David, son of Mi and
Mrs. Irving Klein; Roger, son of i'r.
and Mis. Norman Nasli.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
Rbffenaon.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Cross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Klein.
Kim.iy 6:16 p.m. Saturday 9:30 a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zimorj ave.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson. --,,
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'The Will
to Understand." Saturday 8:4" a.m.
Sermon: "The Meaning of Clean-
liness."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantx.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Purifica-
tion Through Defilment.." Oneg
Bhabbat host: sisterhood. Saturday
9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the
Week."
YEHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative). Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Fridav 8:15 p.m. Oneg Shabbat
hosted by Sisterhood. Saturday 9
a.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. feer-
nion: "The Hed Heifer."
SENIOR CITIZENS SYNAGOGUE.
1850 Alton Rd. Rabbi Henry Schorr.
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LEGAL NOTICE
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t op INTENTION TO APPLY
ORCM4NCE OF NAME
X.ANCERV NO. 3C 1883
", h.i. .. tlM'ii tUnt th' un-
', r,v.;r ecuene ED-
IIIOH IVSKI, n resident of
..,i, County, Florida. Intend*
."'",. ,.i,. u( tin- .indue* at tin
judicial Circuit in his office
. ,l, Count)' Courthoui-r, at
l \\ on [he 1st Day <>r April.
. Order Manning his name
SBNE KDWARD MIK'OI.IN-
m: mvkki.. by which name
. renf" r be known.
Mi:...... PlorWa, F'eb. -7.
KH\V \i:i> MildllNSkl
, Petitioner
:i I-8-15-8J
WHO
- CE BY PUBLICATION1
... THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lE,.- .TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |
fLCP DA IN AND FOR DADE
NTV IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2190
.Tin .lUHDAN,
VN

l ., IS JORDAN,
. ill
SUIT FOR DIVORCE .
|; r I.' 'I IS JORI 'AN
liimcton sir., i.
Mann.
. In notified thai b Bill
hi fin I ilvorei nan been
you and you an re-
. r\. .i o|ij of youi Am -
i [ lilnlntlff An>.i n. ).
..... MAN .V II. 'I.T/.MAN.
!.l> l-.l'ILDINO, MIAMI :,-.
n-1 fib* tii<- original An-
iliim in thi office ol iIn
1 '"'hi ......i befoi.
ih II, I96S. II you fall
. in bj di fault ill
-: > ..u for ih.- I llel
in iii. um of CompUilnt.
Khali be |iubllahed once
..i i..in- room ruth .-.!,-
:\\ ISM l LORIDIAN.
\ \i> < >i:i >EREI > at Miami.
- ;7th da) ..i February,
' tTIIFTRMAN, Clerk,
in, I lid. 'ountj. Flfti bin
It) : K M. I.V.MAN
i >. put) Cl< rh
ilinun .\ Holtsman
Kulldins
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J 1-8-15-2J
NTf CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEkEvTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
H.0" DA. IN AND FOR DADE
C:.STY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2143
|l HSllN, JR., as A.linillistla-
ni Affaire, an Officer
-i st.il.-> of America, and
;- ru -. tn M.i-u office, and his
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NOTICE OF SUIT
I i mi, i" \csi:v and
' ,i SKY, his vi if-
il lirllverj
I Florida
lll'ltl ItT \". ITIFIBD thai
...n-lit against you
\. JR., a* Adn inlf
\ i falre, an 'ii i
. ii nfflce, ami in*
- u a mi ri
.. the folloaiim a.
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k in, iiki-ti.et: llciMKH
i M 11, a. urdlna l lit*
'Kl.-.l in fl:.i l:...'l.
In publli i.....>i-
'.nil V I |ol i.l.i .
. i. .I ih imI to file \ < an
i. : i, of tin 'b
i ,. County. I-1-i
ii \ii mi. i- .. i Ids
Api il .'. ls*J3, and tn -
nil unswer > i i MYEItS,
KAPLAN A CATSMW.
il"' lie -. H III'.-.- a.l.li, s Is
Itllll.illUf, 1150 B.W. First
ml Florida, on or be-
le, ..- r. quirt 'l b) thi law i"
ii you fall i" .1.. so, il..
lll i laki n .i r mfe.....I
ii |... I-,. Confexiui "ill
lanlnsi you for the i. li.-f
ii Hi. complaint.
I hlii 56th iln) of FVbruury,
Ii LF.AT11BRMAN
of :li.- 'Ircuit i '-.nil
h County, Florida
By: K M. i.YMAN
I ml) i i.ik
\..,.lan & I'ai-maii
Bull n
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lorida
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NC" CE BY PUBLICATION
"THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVE-vTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
fLC t DA IN AND FOR DADE
CC.NTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2160
;> il M.i '\ Ii DC BROW
'''' \N. >R Bl'BRl fW
i ulani
suit for divorce
'' : ':i. ..ii."- Burrow
" Itb} I ;. i -i.ii..
' '. Ktreel
nbura, Mimouri
n. u:v KI.KANOB BURROW.
* '; notified that Bill of
'"i'U.. '. uvorc* baa baen flUni
wail .., ., y011 .Ui. required t
'. :- "i your Answer ..r Plead-
* ''': ." Bill ot i'.,in|,la.nl ..n the
Wil attorney. SEYMOL'R LON-
- nav Tin Avenue, Miami.
ia. ii fiie u. ,iKilia| Anawer
in ih. office of the Clei*
in. i -. ,,, Qourt on or before the
March, I9M. If you fall
ludicnient by default will be
nal you for the r.ii.f de-
the BUI of ('midalnt.
I"1" tl> Khali be |.ul.li-h-.l once
?..;', '"' four conmcutlve weeka
, '.I- JEWISH KUHUUIAN.
\ni> ..i:i.i:i:i:u al Miami.
LEG^L NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The"
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2O80
U 11.1.1 AM II UII.K1 .
1'laintlff,
Vs.
AMR1TE ol.l'IIA.M i:ii.i:v.
I '.1'iii.lanl.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: amhiti: i.i.piiam i:ii.i:y
61- Sterling Bti <-.'i
Oreenaboro, North Carolina
V a I'.ill ..f Complaint for Divorce baa
I been filed asalnet you and you are
required t.. nerve a copy "f your An-
awer thereto on I'laiiuifi".- Attorney,
JOSEPH W. MAl.KK. ;.:." Unofthi
Road, .Miami Beach, 89, Florida, and
ill.- ili.. original thereof in the office
..f the Cleri of the Circuit Court <>n
or before the 2nd das of April. iH6:t
otherwise a Decree Pi" Confeaao will
be entered ngalnat you.
DATED at Miami, Dad.- County.
Kl.n1.la, ihi> ti'.ili day of February,
IMS,
i: B. l.KATlll.ltMAN
Clel k "i the i'ii-.-iiii i '..in I
(aeal) Bj I.. SNEKDKX
I leputy Cli rl.
JOSEPH \V. MAI.IvK
An..in. v for Plaintiff
:'.."..' l.i.....In Bond
Miami III aril !', I- IOI kill
:: |.\.|S-SS
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN that
ih. underelgned, dealring i" engage
in buaine**a under the fii'tioui. name
..f CHEAP CHARLIE al r.-'l Waah-
Ington Ave., Miami Beach, Kla., in-
tendi i" regiater aald name with
the Clerk ..r the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
KAli'AM ENTERPRISES, IXC.
ole ownt-r
3/8. i:., '.'-'. n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C-795 (Balaban)
srBT'RMA PEDEBAL BAVINOS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Ilalntiff.
v.
UEXE BARTON WHATLWT and
BBURBTTA ARNOM) WHATIJOV
hla Wife. AI.KIHA fASTEl.l.i >I and
CASTRIJXtl her huaband If
married. ALBERT II. DANIELS and
KAItl.AINi: DANIELS hi.- wife.
Defendants
NOT CE OF SUIT
TO: ai.i:i:i:t ii. DANIELS and
i:\iM..\l.\r. DANIEIyS hla wife,
RESIDENCE CNKNOWN, and
all nartlea rlalmlna i>>. throtign, ani'er
or agalnat the above named defend'
ants if alive, or If dead ih.'ir unknown
li.'lrs. deviaeea, grantee**, legnteea, aa-
abmeeH, llenora, rredltora, truatei'i.
and nil parties havlna or tialmlnv <
havlnv an) li^lii. title or Intereal in
the propel t> hi i .in deacribed:
You ai. herehj notified thai the
above cap tinned action lia.- been i-
atltuted agalnHl you in the Circuit
Court ..I Hi. KLEVENTH Judicial
Circuit of Florida In and for BADE
County to forecloai a.mortgnge upon
ih.- following deaciihed real iiroot'r'v:
I...i :';. Block 71. NORWtXID FIFTH
ADDITION, SECTION TWO, a.-
.....ling '. the Plal thereof r< i (I
In Plal Book .:.'. at IVate 109 of the
Public Kecorda of Dade County,
Fiorida.
You an required L. file youi an
awei' t<> plaintiff a I'omiilulnt with the
i "lerk of ili'- afoi'exnlcl i 'ourt, nn I
-i-:\,- a ."|.\ thereof upon plaintiff'*1
attorney MARTIN FINE, l Mi Fi>r
I' .I- I .1, i.il BUlg., Miami 32, I
ii"i Inter than March -'.. l!M:l, ...
i Pro 'onfcKwi ill I.. iii'-i'.i
llHl Xoll.
|..\Ti:i; February 15, I'll I
i: B. I.KATIIKKM \N
Clerk >.f the Circuit Comt
I-..,H II \ \l v\| \\.
I leputy icrk
MARTIN FINK
Atlorne} for Plaintiff
i Mi I'l..... I'a.b- FVdcrnl Hide.
Miami S2, Florida
S 22, :: l-S-l."
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
rJenist) f/criJforj
solicits your legal notices.
Ws appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Diai FR 3-4605
for messenger service
i.,
k-n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2403
.1 s C.I.KAS'lX, JR., ..>- Admlnli
V'.l.ians Alfaira, an Ifflcel '
. |l, I i,n,.1 Si.l.- ..I A lil.l l< ... all.I i.i-
cli "iiIi-. and i*i "i
til, .i taaifj I
I'lHlntlit,
STANLEY BltENNAN and KAY
FISANCICS BRFJNNAN, hit. wife, el al,
I .. I.-n.I..: It.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tti: sr.\Nl.i:v BRF:NNAX and KAY
I-KAN'.'Ks BRENNAN, Iii- wife,
ii living, Including any unknown
nouaea ol i-ii.i Defendants if th-y
have remarried, aid ii dead, their un-
known heira, deviaeea, grantees, *
aigneea, rredltora, llenora, truateea,
and all othei peraons claiming by,
through, or under or agalnat theae
Def*ndanta, uhoee residences arc nn-
YOl''ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has biscn brought agalnat ypu
by .1. s. 11 LEA SON, JR., gs Adminis-
trator ..I Veterans Affairs, an Officer
..r the I'nit.d States of America, and
his successors in such office, and his
in their assigns, to foreclose a mort-
Kiitre encumbering the following des-
.i il..-.l in..].. rl> to- ii
Lot 4. Illock <:.. ol FIRST ADDI-
rh'N i>* MYRTLE ORO\F., ac-
cording to the plal thereof, record-
ed in Plat Book 57, ai page -. ol
the public records ol Dade County*
Florida:
and you are i.....Ired to file your an-
swer with iln Clerk of thi Ircult
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or
i-f..' April i". lJ, and to serve a
copy of -mil answer ui..... ff.E'rS'
HEIMAN. K MM.AN r.\l>MAN.
Plalntlfrs attorneys, whose addi-eas is
Kiev, n-i'.it^ Building, 1150 s w Flrsl
Street, Miami <. Florida, on ot Be-
fore -aid date, ns required ni tin-
laws of Florida, If you fail to do so,
in. complaint will !>. taken as con-
fouaed bj you ami a Decree i fo < on-
fosso will be entered against you roi
the relief demanded in the cwnplalnt.
DATED this 'itii day of March, IflM.
R. It. I.KATHKK.MAN
Olerk of the Circuit Court
lla.l.' i'i*ulit>, I'loiida
(seal) H> : K. M. I.YMAN.
i leputy Clerk
Myers, Helman, Kaplan & Cntstnsn
Bleven-Kifty imiidiiiu
ISO B.W. First Street
Miami U, Florida ., i:_.,_.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2154
NANCY CAROLYN OATEH
Plaintiff
DALE RODERIC OATEH
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOC. DALE K>L>K1U<- UATl'.S,
IC06 ith Street, Santa Rosa, Califor-
nia, are n.-iifi.-d t.> serve n copy of
your answer t>> Divorce Complaint
tiled against you "ii Plaintiffs attor-
ney, OEOROE NICHOLAS, '.!:! X.W.
18th Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file
original with Clerk of this Court >m
or before April 1st, i::::. otherwise
complaint will be confessed by yon.
DATED: F'eb 27, lS
E. B, i.i:atiii:umax, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Morida
(seal) By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputj CU-rk
:; [-8-15-22


f
87th da) ..f February,
,l: l-EATHERMAN. Clerk,
1 l>i de County, Florida
B> K M I.YMAN
... Dei Clerk
- .
ith x.
1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58611-B
In RE: K-i.it. of
SAM SCHliNBERO
I >.,-... >.-.!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH P i sons
Having Claims or Demands Agalnat
Said Eatate:
v..ii ore hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands ivhloh you may have against
the estate <'t SAM scin >NHKlt<-.. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Blorlrtn,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Ktatues, In th.dr offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
,.r the sain.- will be barred.
Dnti i at Miami. Florida, this I .th
day of February. A.I). IMS.
BESSIE BCHONBERG
As Executrix
MYERS. HEIMAN, KAPLAN
a CATSMAN
Executrix
Street
Attorneys i-.r
1150 S.W. 1st
Miami. l"la
I 22, i 1-8-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business........r the fictitious name ol
MERIDIAN -' II NT KA I APART-
mcnts at 1809 Meridian Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, i "".' bitnda *o reals er
said name with the Clerk of the I li-
mit Courl "f Had. County. Fiord i
CEHK1M' HLDINtl CtlMPAM
Hi". I".' I l nn
HAROLD STRI'MPK I -'.'
Atlorne) I D neii
.: i S-15-22
: II-22-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58222-B
In RE: Estate of
MILDRED B. FUTERPA8
l leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Hating Claims or Demands Agalnat
Said Estate: .... ,
Y..U are hereby notified and re-
onir.'d to pus.nt any claims and Be-
mands whi.h you may nave against
the .sta.....f MII.I'UKI; B. FIT-. -
Pas deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judgi
lia.le County, and file th. same in
their offices in the County < ourt-
ho*JM In Made County, lorida, w th-
in six calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof, or ttie
s'iiiie will be barred. .
IRWIN S. FTJTBRFA8
i:\ecutor C.T.A.
irwin s. fi:terf"as
Attorney
>< Miracle Mile
Coral Cables. Florida ^^ ^ ,_,.,-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring t" engage i"
business under the fictitious name ol
TALLER ASSOCIATES at TTll Byron
Wenue, Miami Beach. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk oi ih. Circuit Court ..i Dads
. ..11111 >. I l"i Ida. ..
HKRKR R. McINTIRE
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An.i ii. j for H.I..-I R. Mclntlre
Tali, r Associates"
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2079
VINCENT I'run-: hollenbeck.
Plaintiff,
DELORKS I.Ki: HOLLENBECK,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DBLORE8 LEE HOLLENBECK
_'..| East Fort Lee Road
Bogota, New Jersey
YOC ARE llKKF.r.V NtlTIFIED that
n Bin of complaint for Divorce has
been fll.-d against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer th. r.to cm Plalntlfrs Attorney,
JOSEPH W. MAI.KK. ?."." Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach 39, Florida, and
(lie the original in the office of the
Clark of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 2nd da> April, 163, oth. r-
irise a Decree Pro Confess., will l
ent.-r.-d ngalnat you.
Dated this 25th daj of February,
K. B. LEATHJCRMAN
i lei k of the Circuit Court
(Heal) Bi: i.. sni:i:i.i:n
i leput) "I. rk
JOSEPH W. MAI.IK
Attorney for Ilalntiff
:!."... Lincoln R< ud
Miami Beach ^'. Florida
3 l-s-15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fcLEVtNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY NO. 63C1946
FJBTHER KLEIN tlOLDBERtl and
.; I ;> i|;i IE tJOLDI IEKI '. hi r husbunU,
Pliilntiffs,
\ s.
SIDNEY K l.i:iN.an.l if married
KLEIN, liis w it. .
fii:i.l-:\ ki.i:in. and If mui I
, her husband
MAX KLEIX......I il ma.lie.I
KLFIIN, In- wife,
and BERNARI K I.KIN. and
married, Klein, Ins \i If.
D> f.....hints
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl' Sll >NEY K LEIN, and it itt
KI.I.IN. his Wife,
. .. Rosen
I i,n Sll S- "tlil \ I .liile
Mounl V. III..: N. ^ '
MAN KLEIN, niul II "
KI.K1X, In- B f.
< o Rosen
160 So. S. .-n.l Av. mi.-
Mount \'.......ii, New Yolk
IIKI.KN KI.KIX, ml it mani.
. her husband,
261*1 Reservi*lr Avenue
Bronx, Ni Y..i k
i:i:i:nai:i KLEIX, and if mnrriod,
KLEIN, his wife,
i|r.,".3(l Tujungn Avenue
North Hollywood, California
Vi.r ARE HFJREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint to partition th- fol-
lowing described property, to wit
Lot ii In ):i...k :.-. of tx'EAN
BEACH ADDITION NO. :'.. a aub-
dlvision according t>. the Plat tneri
of, recorded In Plal Book it Page
81, of the Public Records ol Dade
C.iinty, Florida,
has been fii.-d against you and you
ar.- herebj required t" serve copy
,,l \i.iii- answ.r or pleading to the
Complaint on the Plaintiffs' Attorn-
evs. ARONOVITZ, SILVER &
8CHER, '".; Alnsl.y Building, Miami.
32, Florida, and file the original an-
swer or pleading In the office of the
Clerk of tl"- above Court on or before
March ". 1963. If you fall to do s...
Judgment b> default will b. taken
against you foi the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED THIS Win
day of February, 1963,
K. i: LEATHERM '\
Clerk of the circuit Court
I:-. K M. I.V.MAN
Detiuty Clerk
i ::. i-s-ts
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 2191
LEON KEITH ANDERS,
Plaintiff,
MARY FRANCES P, ANDERS.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY FRANCES P. ANDERS
190 V.-rmount Ave.,
W. AshvlUe, North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a Bill
"I Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to nerve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to th. Kill of Complalnl
on the plalntlfrs Attorney SIIKYIN,
GOODMAN 8 HOLZTMAN, 346 Bey-
bold ItldB.. Miami. I'ia.. and file the
original answer or pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 1st day of April. 1983.
if you fall i" do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken Bgalnsl you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 27th das of February,
X I I!"'.:'.
B. it. i.i:atiu:i:max. clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) Bj : K, M, I.YMAN
I leputy ci.rk
sh. \ in. rioodman a Holtsman
346 Sevbold Building
Miami. I'loiida
Attorney.- for Plaintiff
I 1.8-15-23
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HICRKIiY lil\ KN thai
the undersigned, airing to ent
i.-i.in.-- Illldi I' III. ''
M \sri:i:. 'H M- T PRINTERS
Purd> Avenue, Mian I Bi ach, l lorldi
lilt, i, ;- ;.. -i- said numi
the Ii 11, of I he Circuit Courl of l>ade
Count). Fl......
ALBFIRT l. SCHCLTZ,
Sole > iw n.-i
Shevln. tl.....ii.i.m a Holtsman
Attorneys for Alia it L Schults
:: I-R-16-2I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58705-A
IN RE: Estate ..t
sami i:i. s. sii.i.i-:
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors'!.nd All Persons Hav-
ing claim.- ni Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r.-
.lulled to present any claims and de-
mands wiii.ii you maj have against
the estate of .-AMlKI. S. SIDLE
deceased tale of Dade County. Flor-
al.,, to tin County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse in
I lad. County, Florida, Within six cal-
endar months from the date of ths
first publication hereof, or the sami
win I..- barn .i
MERLE I SIDLE
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and Testament of RAMl'EL 8.
SIDLE, Deceased.
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Brains Piracy;
Talent Larceny
By MAX LERNER
It took a Royal Society report to Paris to jive the Tory government
a good out for the current British sense that everything has been go
ing wrong. Their out is the discovery that the Americans are lending
piracy expeditions across the seas to capture the best British graduate ,
scientists
The toll of the British annual loss is one out of eight ot the science,
-Indents who finish their graduate work, and half of these go to Amer
ica. In a passionate House of Lords speech Lord Hailsham. the Min-
ister for Defense, bitterly accused American corporations, universities,
and even the government of enticement, seduction and of larceny on (
a grand and Organised scale, and tried to heal the wounded British i
>ense of national pride by saying that the American high school is a.
mess and a floptience Americans must steal British scientific talent.
Lord Hailsham's attack, which has brought a flurry of comment in'
Letters-to-the-Editor in the British press, would be a matter of only'
passing moment if it did not raise the whole issue of what happens to
the creative elite in each nation But it is a healthy thing to have the
issue out in the open.

The first fruits of the controversy are already being garnered on
both sides of the Atlantic: a greater popular recognition that the true
wealth of nations lies in their brain power, not in weapons alone (even
the weapons are impossible without the brains to invent them), or |
resources and productive power alone.
But there is more to the problem than being able to turn out tal-
ented graduate students, whether in science or the social sciences or'
the humanities and the arts. Every nation has talented young people,
ind creative ones, and the British have shown in their long history a
remarkable capacity for turning out a creative elite in the service of
the nation.
The British will have to learn, however, that creativeness is not
enough. It must be recognized, enlisted, cherished, subsidized, reward-
ed, sustained, by those who belong to the commanding elites in the
government and business and universities, and by the people as a-
"hole.

The hard fact is that the Brit'sh have simply not done this. One
letter to the London Time.-, from a Cambridge instructor, notes that ,
out of ten research students who will be completing their PhD's at Cam- ,
bridge in theoretical nuclear physics this year, two are already in the
U.S.. five more will go in the summer, and one- next year: a haul ol
eight out of ten. And why?
Because the British university salaries are low. because British
university departments are not big enough to make research effective,
because British industry doesn't bestir itself to recruit the young scien-
tist--, because the subsidies and facilities tor research are not available
enough. And the Vice Chancellor of Manchcsu i University ad.ls sev-
eral more "becauses" to this list: because the British teaching load is
too heavy, and because there are too few senior chairs open m Brit-
ish Universities, and the juniors have to sweat and wait interminably
for promotion
This is a pretty damning indictment, and It comes from the Brit-
ish themselves, and from the men who ought to know. Lord Hailsham
cites Admiral Rickover's attacks on American high-schools, and he
might have added James Conant's as well. For most high-schools (not
for the best) the attacks are deserved. But in five years they will have
been largely remedied. The fact to note is that American universities
and corporations do care enough about talent, on the whole, to recruit,
cherish and sustain it. The Russians, the French and the Germans
are doing the same. And a British Labor government would be lar
more sharply aware of the problem than the present one.

But even this does not reach to the marrow of the matter. There
is also the question of the extent to which a nation becomes an energy
system, to attract and keep the best human resources. In the Parlia-
mentary debate the Earl of Hals bury had a tart answer to Lord Hail-
sham's attack. The migration of British talent to America, he noted,
has been going on for centuries: that is why Americans speak English.
We must remember that the whole of American human resource-
came from abroad, not only lrom the British Isles but from every corner
of the world. The history of America is a history of talent drawn to (
its shores, whether by the whips and scorpions of persecution at home
Of by the enticements of treedom and careers in the new world. The '
most important increment to the current American reservoir of talent,
both in the sciences and the arts, came not from Britain but from the
Continent under the spur of Nazi muJerousness in the 1930s and early
1940s.
If America can remain an energy system, drawing talent to its
shores and keeping it there, it will have half-solved the problem of via-
bility in today's world. The same holds for the British or French, as
indeed for the Russians as well.

The other half of the solution, however, goes beyond the national
race for technical and scientilu mastery. It has to do with the crea-
tion of an Atlantic Community, and later of a world community. Why
should there not be a flow of brains and talent and energy across the
Atlantic, provided it is not a one-way traffic? To get it started an.l
keep it going is the beginning ot wisdom in getting out of the rat-trap
of nation-state anarchy.
i-arband Branch
Slates Oneg
An Oneg Shabbat meeting of the
Chaim Weizmann 343 Branch will
be held on Friday evening in the
auditorium of Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn.
Recently elected to office in the
newly organized branch were Moe
Levin, chairman; Irving M. Sachs,
co-chairman: Isaac Oflenhendon.
financial secretary: Mrs. Seima
Berman. corresponding secretary;
and Harry Sachs, recording secre-
tary.
Members of the executive com-
mitee are Aaron Katz. Harry Chaet.
If, Goldsheid and A. Kalisky.
Louis Segal, national secretary
of the Farband Labor Zionist Or-
ganization, recently visited here to
discuss with leaders iTere the
forthcoming 50th anniversary ol
the Farband.
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Miami. Florida, Friday, March 15, 1963
Section B
'Sistie' Awards at Beth Sholom
v.
c:
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king plans for the second annual Sistie Awards luncheon
r.sterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday. Mar. 20.
:.ie Temple Auditorium are standing (left to right) Mrs.
..d Davis, co-chairman of ticket committee, and Mrs. Harry
Volk and Mrs. Jack B. Shapiro, co-chairmen of the event.
:ed are Mrs. Meyei Don. prgram coordinator, and Mrs.
.s F. Snetman. Sisterhood president.
"Sistie" awards will be present-
ed to eight women who have
served in top-echelon positions in
the Sisterhood of Beth Sholom and
have also maintained their posi-
tion as outstanding Jewish com-
munity and national leaders over
the 20 years since the Temple was
organized.
In addition. "Sisties" will be
given to nine women for service
to Sisterhood this past year.
The second annual "Sistie"
awards luncheon will be held on
Wednesday noon in the Temple
Auditorium. Miami Beach.
Featured speaker for the after-
noon will be Mrs. Stanley C. My-
ers, of the" District Board of the
Florida Department of Public Wei
fare. Mrs. Myers is a vice presi
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and chairman of
its Community Planning Depart
ment. She also serves as a mem
ber of the National Social Plan-
ning Committee of the Council o!
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
Extra added attraction for the
afternoon will be a musical pro-
gram by the Temples Cantor Dav-
id Convisor and Mrs. David Druck-
er. chairman of the Temple's Arts
Committee, plus an original parody
of the recording, "My Son, the
Folk Singer,'* with Mesdamcs
Norman Arkin. Stanley Arkin,
Michael Mersel and Thomas Ger-
ard.
Serving on the luncheon com-
mittee are Mr-. Jack B. Shapiro
and Mrs. Harry E. Wolk, co
chairmen; Mrs. Meyer Don, pro-
gram coordinator; Mrs. Philip
Davis and Mrs. Bennett Lee. tick-
ets; Mrs. Samuel Stein and Mrs
J. Bernard Spector. in charge of
the lunch.
Mrs. Louis F. Snetman is pres-
ident.
n
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by ISABEL GROVE
round of pre nuptial parties
n honor of Marilyn Ann.
r Hi the Jerome Jack
, preceded her marriage Sun
i U ;. to Dr. Kenneth How
\ beautiful shower and
on Feb. 27 hosted by
null Etothstein and
v Louis K. Goldman at the
me. (i.'soi Granada
(i\ir .ill friends and
I tended .
dinner at the home of
Mrs Joseph Levine (the
aunl i gave the bride
I mily, arriving a week
Ihc nuptials, a chance to
thi Jackson group for the
ime Joining in the faB-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Si i hman. ol Indianapolis, In-
lowing the wedding rehear
Iho I ride's cousin, Mrs. Hose
sha, was hostess at a din-
ihc Harbour House dining
. New names added to
the guest list.
Kashas
the Kenneth
More on Jack-on Howard pre-
nuptials Marilyn and Ken-
neth were guests of honor at a
dinner party given the first ol
this month by her aunt and
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lev.
at Westbrooke Country Club .
Party included other relatives
arriving tor the wedding. Mrs.
Myron Schuchman. of Indianap-
olis, Mr. and Mr.-. Harry Schuch-
man. Mrs. Jack Warren. Cleve
land, Mr. and Mis Joseph Le
vine and daughter Barbara. Mr.
and Mrs Simon Howard, of Chi-
cago, parents of the bridegroom.
Robert Howard, his brother and
best man. and Mr. and Mrs. Man-
ny Skolnick. of Lonu Island. NY...
Mrs. Skolnick the sister of the
groom .
After dinner, the guests at-
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an will be Mrs. Judith Beilin.
member of the Israel Consular
Corps in New York.
Scheduled for Sunday noon in the
Pompeii Room of the Eden Hoc
Hotel, the affair will be chared
bv Mrs. Milton Green, Council
president, who will give ihe key-
note address of the day, 'Women
Build a Land."
Mi- Leo Goldman, organisation
vice president and national board
member, will conduct the cere-
mony installing Aviva chapter.
which has just received its char-
ter. Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau. pres-
ident of the new chapter, will give
the invocation
Musical entertainment will be
offered by Asako Toniita. singer,
with Mrs. Esther Barrett, acconi-
panist and narrator.
Born and educated in England.
Mrs. Beilin appeared on the Stage
and with the BBC there before
marrying Harry Beilin. Zionist
I, ider, who. .11 the time ol his
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Friday. March 15. \%:
Women's Group Dinner Dance
YMHA facilities, located at 450
SW 16th Ave.
A dinner dance at the Deauvi.lel According to Mrs. Jack Ama, .^T^vliV VoXaC
Hotel has been set by the Worn-1 on. president of the women s, musical slar Robert* GouU-t. an'
en's Division of the Miami YMHA | ?roup, this is one of a series of COmedian. Alan Drake. Dinner
Branch for Wednesday evening at ] functions to further its program chairmen are Mrs. Stanley Spiel
7 p.m

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Left to right are Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, local conference chair-
man; Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, regional conference chairman;
and Mrs. Joseph Milton. Miami Chapter president.
Hadassah Regional
Conference at Doral
Miami Chapter of Hadassah will
be hostess to the Florida Reaional
Conference of the Women's Zion-
ist Organization to be held Apr.
28 through 30 at the Doral Hotel
and Country Club.
Mrs. Gerald F. Soltz is regional '
conference chairman, and Mrs
Leopold Wolpe is local conference
chairman. Mrs. Joseph Milton is
chapter president.
Mrs. Irwin Liss, regional presi-
dent, announces that there will be
workshops on every phase of
Hadassah during the three-day
conference. Mrs. Israel Usdan.
national organization chairman,
will serve as conference advisor,
representing the national organi-
zation.
The banquet will be ueld Apr.
29 at the Doral Beach Hotel. GtMSt
speaker will be Ted Berkman, au-
thor of 'Cast a Giant Shadow."
the biography ol the late Mickey
Marcus.
'Shower ol Stars' Sunday
Annual shower of stars." spon-
sored by Beth Torah Congregation,
v ill be held un Sunday night In the
new North Miami Beach Auditor-
ium. Entertainment will feature
stars of stage, screen and televis-
ion. Reservations chairman is
Mrs. Ronald Friedel.
JWV Auxiliary
In Donor Dance
Mrs. Sidney Ritlerman. chair-
man of Jewish War Veterans, Lad-
ies' Auxiliary of North Shore Post
677. is taking reservations for the
group's seventh annual donor din-
ner dance at the Carillon Hotel on
Saturday, at 7:30 p.m.
Entertainment will be the "Co-
La La" revue and the Los Chav
ales ing at the hotel.
Proceeds are used for work at
the Veterans Hospital at Coral
Gables and lor veterans' rehabili-
tation
Mrs, Clel Simon is president.
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Making final arrangements for the dnor
uncheo nof Sisterhod of Temple Israel on
Wednesday at Doral Country Club are seat-
ed (front row) Mesdames Jerome Halpern. tic-
ket chairman; Joseph Narot, hostesses; Sydney
iraub, chairman of the donor luncheon;
:d Ullman Jr., co-chairman. Standing
(left to right) are Mesdames Leopold Schwartz,
seating arrangements; Myron Behrman, fav-
ors and gifts; Joseph Bulbin, vice president of
administration; Joseph Ruffner, sponsors; Da-
vid Haber, special events; Maynard Ross,
transportation; Louis Mendelson, seating ar-
rangements; and William Wickman, publicity.
Friedmans Mark
50th Anniversary
At Reception
Mj\ and Mrs. Max Friedman, ol
1336 Jeffer-on Avc celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary at
a reception and dinner at the Al-
giers Hotel recently.
Married in New York City, the
Friedmans came to Florida 17
years ago from Monticello, N.Y.
Friedman is treasurer of the
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
and his wife, Mary, is life mem-
)ership chairman of the Shaloma
Group of Hadassah. a member of
the Beach B'nai B'rith Chapter.
Home for the Aged, and Bikur
Cholim.
Local guests included their
daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and
Mrs. M. Riley Morris, and daugh-
er. Linda: their son. and daugh-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Friedman, and children, Robin |
and Peter.
Out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. I. F.isenberg and Mrs,
Gertrude Kessler, of Washington,
D.C.; Jack Miller, of New York
City; and Mrs. Fannie Kalodney,
of St. Louis Mo.
MR. AND MRS. MAX FRIEDMAN
Cunfor Brown to Sing
Cantor Richard Brown will pre-
sent a program of songs in French
Irish. Hebrew, uerman and Ital
ian at a meeting of Temple Judei
sisterhood on Wednesday evening
Funds to Aid
ORT Program
. i aised from the South-
. nen s
ORT annual
i ,i to tit .. irn-
[mpi ovemen
held iiv the Ronej Plaza
on Tuesday, stai
luncheon will be served
In ei ial Room. Fashions
by Claire of Miami. First Lady,
"i mi Sophisticates, with furs
bj \ Irian Thai will be modeled by
- Lovelies.
Named for the occasion, the
Mall of the Roney Gardens
be lined with booths featur-
ing Kiddie World, a graphologist,
Orii nti booth and ;i Harlequin

of the day will be th%
ol the ORT queen, Mrs.
icl I Sapiro, honorary vice
nl ol Coral Gables Chap-
"for her great contribution to
ORT."
Chairmen are Mrs. Bernard
ffenberg, Mrs. George Rand
and .Mrs. Louis Jacobson.
ORT's E.P.I.C. program is pres-
r.tly concerned with the large
number ot refugees who have loll
North Africa for France and Is-
rael.
Tickets to the Garden Mart may
be obtained from the ORT office.
600 Lincoln Road Mall, or from
the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Socicl Singles to Sponsor
B'nai B rith Soi IS gles w ill
'. club al r

[he Balmoral
Hotel.
. be parl ol (he pi
n he oup
er has been opened for limit-
ed membership,
Buber Birthday
To be Marked
Greater Miami Chapter of the
Women's Division, American
Friends of the Hebrew University,
will begin its second year with a
birthday celebration in honor of
Prof Martin Buber. who has just
celebrated his 85th birthday at the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem, j
To be held in the home of Mrs.
Emil Frie lander, program chair-
man, the" 10 a.m. coffee on Thurs-
day, Mar. 21, will include election
ol officers, and a lecture on Prof.
Buber, philosopher, theologian,
writer and lecturer, by Dr. Joseph
Narot, spiritual leader of Temple
Israel. Miami.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff is pres
ident of the Women's Division.
ADL Execufive to Speak
Arthur Spiegel, of the Anti-De-
famation League. Florida Region,
will be featured speaker at a
meeting of B'nai B'rith North
Shore Women on Monday, 1 p.m.,
at the Deauville Hotel.
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STARRING
Hostesses gather at journal luncheon of the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom at the home
of Mrs.-Charles Silvers, 6500 No. Bay Rd. Top
row (left to right) are Mesdames Harry W.
Greenberg, Irving Westin, Harold Granoff,
Harry E. Wolk, Samuel Meiselman, Jack B.
Shapiro. Seated are Mesdames Charles Sil-
vers and Harvey E. Kramer. They are work-
ing under the chairmanship of Mrs. Louis Sha-
piro (not shown) on the 20th anniversary sou-
venir project of Beth Sholom, which will be
distributed at the Temple's annual meeting in
May. President of Sisterhood is Mrs. Louis F.
Snetman, and vice president of ways and
means is Mrs. Seymour Silverman.
Hadassah Unit Has Symposium
A symposium on the Hadassah- Mrs. Samuel Spira, chairman 11
Hebrew University Hospital in American and Zionist affairs, w
Jerusalem was held by the Albert in charge of the prosr
Einstein Group of the Miami CBap-
ter of Hadassah at Congregation
Vrhirdah Moshe on Tuevtnr.
Mrs. Henry Paul. Medical Cen-
ter chairman of the Miami Chap-
ter, who recently returned from
Israel, related her personal exper-
ience as a patient at the hospital.
Mrs. Seymour Sherman., presi-
dent of the Albert Einstein Grouo,
introduced Mrs. Irwin Liss, Flori-
da Regional president.
DPhiE Alumnae
In Fashion Show
Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae As-
sociation annual lashion show and
luncheon is scheduled for Saturday
noon at the Seville Hotel.
Children's fashions will be from
Melony's Wardrobe of Surfside,
and women's fashions will be
shown by Stella's Originals, Bay
Harbor Island.
Commentating the show will be
Joe and Elaine Mann, with piano
accompaniment by Mrs. S. Charles
Fisher.
Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Joel
I Kaiser, and Mrs. Herbert Bern-
stein is in charge of reservations.
Bikur Cholim
Ladies to Elect
Women's Auxiliary. Bikur Chol-
im Kosher Convalescent Home of
Greater Miami, will hold election
of new officers at a regular meet-
ing Wednesday noon at the Algiers
Hotel.
At a recent luncheon celebrat-
ing the fifth anniversary of the
Home, a "Burning of the Mort-
gage" ceremony was held. Pro-
ceeds from the affair went to the
building fund.
Mrs. Joseph E. Reiser is pres-
ident.
Purim Celebration Sunday
Lebediker Branch of Farband
will hold a Punm celebration at
the Seville Hotel on Sunday. The
evening will include music, danc-
ing and entertainment. Newly-
elected officers and committee
members of the branch were in-
stalled in recent ceremonies here.
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Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky, editor-
in-chief of the new translation of
the Bible, will address the Jew-
ish teachers of Greater Miami un-
der the sponsorship of the Bureau
of Jewish Education. He will dis-
cuss the translation with particul-
ar reference to the teaching of
Bible text in the classroom.
The teacher's seminar will take
place on Thursday. Mar. 21, 8
p.m., at Temple Beth Am, 5950
No. Kendall Dr., So. Miami.
Teachers of all Jewish schools are
invited to attend.
Dr. Orlinsky is at present Pro-
fessor of Bible at the Hebrew
Union College, Jewish institute
of religion in New York City.
He has lectured at the Baltimore
Hebrew College, Oropsie College
of Philadelphia, New School for
Social Research, and University
of Pennsylvania.
He was a member of the exca-
vation staff at Ramat Gam in!
1936, and an associate trustee of
American schools of Oriental Re- j
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Mrs. Jack Katsman to Keceive Woman
Of Valor Award at Israel Bond Luncheon
B. Tack Katzman (riqht), chairman of the Worppn's D;vi--'on
- lei Bonds, and a nationally noted Hadassah leader,
hat she has been chosen to receive the Woman of
Award. Officially conveying news of the honor i:> Mrs.
.- Krieger Fink (center), luncheon chairman, while Mrs.
as (left), a luncheon vice chairman, expresses con-
3ns.
Kiosefh Bsrcael Installation Set
[rs I B. Eisenstein will bo in- er, Bertha Shatz, M Budowsky.
her sixth term as pies- j.,)s,. Kriegsman. Rae Benjamin
Knesetb Israel Sisterhood E, Gechman Anna Goldman.
-icon on Sunday noon at
Mrs. j;ick Katzman, chairman
of the Women's Division for Is-
rael Bonds for the past two years,
has been nominated to receive the
most coveted honor which the
State oi Israel can bestow upon,
a womenthe Woman of Valor
Award.
Mrs, Katzman will receive the
award, first given to Mrs. Eleanor]
Roosevelt, and which only a hand-
ful of women throughout the
world have receive I, at the Had-
assah-Israel 15th an ni ve r s a r y
luncheon or. Thursday. Apr. 4. in
the Starlight Roof of the Doral
Beach Hotel.
Mrs. Katzman will receive the
award "in recognition of her ex-
emplary service to the State of Is-
rael"' as Israel Bond Women's Di-
vision chairman, and as a nation-
ally-noted Hadassah leader. Chair-
man of the luncheon will be Mrs.
Dorothy Krieger Fink.
v.
Mrs. Fink announced that in ad-
dition to Mrs. Katzman, honors
will be accorded to Miss Lillian
Goodman, president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. and
to each of the 15 presidents of the
groups comprising the Miami
I".< ach Hadassah Chapter.
To be honored in addition to Mrs.
Katzman and Miss Goodman will
be Mrs. Joseph Alexander, ol Hen-
rietta Szold Group; Mrs. Ellis Am-
dur. Bay Harbor; Mrs. Eva M.
Blum, Hannah Senesch; Mrs. Har-
r> P. Cohen, Stephen S. Wise;
Mrs. Hadassah Fassler, I. R. Good-
man; Mrs. Manuel Feierman.
Shaloma; Mrs. Samuel s. Gold-
berg, Morton Towers; Mrs. Fred
Jonas, Brandeis; Mrs. Esther Lev-
itz. Deborah; Mrs. Joseph Meyer.
Israeli; Mrs. Norman Meyers,
Emma Lazarus; Mrs. Chic Perlyn,
Esther; Mrs. Paul Plotkin, I
anah; Mrs Joseph Ro
Southgate; Mrs. Ben Ziegmund.
Herzl.
A preview coffee for the Hadass-
ah-Israel 15th anniversary lunch
eon will take place Tuesday, 10
a.m.. in the French and Jade
Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
! Miss Goodman and her 15 group
presidents will host the coffee for
members of their groups who will
in turn serve as hosts at the an-
niversary luncheon.
Serving with luncheon Chairman
Dorothy Krieger Fink as vice
chairmen are Mrs. Trudy Hairier-
schlag, Mrs. Fred Jonas. Mrs. Jos-
eph M. Lipton, Mrs. Joseph Sha-
piro, Mrs. Sol Silverman. Mr.-
Milton Sirkin and Mrs. Philip
Thau. .
Also on the committee are Mr-
Harold Melhick, Mrs. Father Le-
vitz, Mrs. Clara Goldberg. Mr-
Nat Barth and Mrs. Henry D. Wer-
nick. Coordinator of the event is
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
BB Women WiSI
Feature Review
Regular meeting of B'nai B'nth
.Women of Miami will be held on
Tuesday evening a; Beth David
Auditorium. Rabbi Max Shapii"
of Beth Kodesh. will present a
book review.
Next Thursday, Mar. 21. at io
a.m.. a Jewish education program
on "Maimonidcs" will be held at
the home of Mrs. Ethel Lackey,
841 NW 35th Ave.
A Purim festival will be held
by the group on Saturday evening
Mar. 23. at Beth David Auditor-
ium.
ildmar. Hotel.
[fleers who will be in-
lled a Mesdames Louis Dub-
n Hornstcin, Dorothy
Harrj Halperin and Abra-
vice presidents; I. Rup-
iman of affairs; Harry
- Etta Mandell, hospital-
chairmen; Frances I'Mian. hon-
irj pi sident; Clara Weinstock,
it one, Toby Jaffe and
rris, honory vice presi-
tdsmes Lena Popkm.
-e< retary; Abe Engic.
-eeretarx ; Dora Malkin.,
ding secretary; David
program chairman; and
isil, c;ol en Bonk chair-
: trustees members are
- Rose Schneider, Sarah
- se Lerner, Regina Basil.
Iprin, Rose Rabinowttz,
;owitz, Ida Myron. Sophie
fennie Malina, Rae stoll-

Geriatrics Will
Be Topic Here
Friendship Group at
mple Beth Am will hold it- next
- ii Tue>,lay evening.
speaker will be Dr. Sig-
ii-.ii i -ii. who.-e topic is Ger-
ries
rmed planning com-
the group includes Mrs.
1 Mrs. Anna Epstein.
Cohen, and Steve Gold-
in. Henry Kauffmann is ad-
Temple Sisterhood will meet on
Wednesday, 10 a.m.. in the adult
education room of the new school
building Speakers will be Ed-
ward Robinson and William K.
Bell of the antique "Curio Shop."
Month of March
Means Parties
Festivities at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Solomon Parness last
s iikiay celebrated several dates in
March of significance to the fam-
ily.
It marked the 51st wedding an-
i -ersary of Mr. and Mrs. Par-
ness, the birthday of their son,
Mordecai, and the 15th anniver-
sary ol marriage to his wife,
Sylvia,
In addition, long-time friends of
family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Caplan, from Philadelphia, who
lintain a winter apartment at
Mi iton Towers, celebrated
ci anniversary.
' K'olison in Talk
rel of Happiness" will
the lie of a lecture by Dr.
Wolfson, director Of the
tdoor Forum, on Tues
9 a.m at the 10'b
General di icussion w'H
fo'loM the forum, which is iched
the slimnastic dub eji
. by Lillian Frieiilander.
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tended services at Temple Is-
rael, and Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
who had confirmed the bride.
blessed the young couple .
Guests who mi>sed all the par-
ties but arrived in time for the
wedding ceremony at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel were Max Sacks, of
lndanapolis. and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack (Nancy) Taffel. of Atlanta
. Nancy and the bride have
been friends since they were
children, and attended North-
western U together .
Now living In Chicago, the
newlyweds are planning a belat-
ed honeymoon trip to Europe this
-ummer
His own private rooting sec-
tion for Harry Linsky at the City
i{ Miami awards dinner last Fri-
day Wife Blanche and her
sister. Ruth (Mrs. Charles) Jac-
jbson. applauding enthusiastic-
ally as he accepied a plaque for
preparing the exhibit which
earned the city third prize In
the National Cleaned Town C ''
est Guests of honor at the
dinner. Honey ami Al Pallet,
*he setting off her titian tres* -
vith dramatic Kelly-green, full-
length sheath gown and mateh-
Dg coat .
Rabbi Samuel W. Chomsky,
jne of the highest ranking Jew-
ish Chaplains in the U.S.. in Mi-
ami Beach this past week en
-oute to a national Veteran's Ad-
ministration conference work-
shop for Jewish Chaplains at
Yeshiva U in New York City .
While here, he visited with his
rather. Jacob N. Chomsky, who
:ame here from Cincinnati sev-
eral years ago, and will cele-
brate his 80th birthday next
.nonth Rabbi Chomsky, a
full colonel in the Army re-
serve, is chaplain at the .Vet-
Tans Administration Center in
Los Angeles, and also services
as California State Chaplain for
the American Legion.

Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of Tem-
ile Israel, in New York City tlu-
.veek attending a meeting of the
Annual Reward Luncheon
American Medical Center of
Denver, Coral Gables chapter.
its annual Hilkowitz Reward
l.incheon Wednesday at the home
t Mrs. Milton Ross and her moth-
r, Mrs. Rose Levy Berg, 235 NE
375th Ter. Organizer of the group
i Mrs. Murray Harrison.
by Isabel K^jrov
Liturgical Committee of the Cen-
tral Conference of American
Rabbis: Mrs. Narot accom-
panied him and they'll be back
on Monday .
An extended European trip
with stops in the United King-
dom. France, Germany, Bene-
Lux countries, Scandinavia and
Italy planned by Nathaniel J.
Klein and Dr. James C. Munch
for the end of this month .
Klein, chairman of the board,
and Dr. .Munch, medical director
of Key Pharmaceuticals, will
supervise opening of new offices
in most of the countries they
visit ... In addition. Dr. Munch
w ill conduct medical meetings
and deliver an address to the
Third International Toxicology
Congress in London.
v
Wonderful news received here-
by Mrs. Albert Sommers and
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro ... Dr. If.
Ervin Wabrish, of Orlando,
brother of the two. has been ap-
pointed to the Florida Dental
Examining Board .
A garden dansante Sunday af-
ternoon in honor ol newly-be-
trothed couple. Elizabeth Sim-
kowitz and Gene Gasser Giv-
en at the home of the future
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore B. Simkowitz, 6205 La
Gorce Dr. Guests will in-
clude the son of the house. Mich-
ael, now residing with his wife,
the former Joan Eggnatz. in New
York, and many of the future:
bride's former classmates from:
Beach High Gene is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. Gasser, of
No. Dakota .
"Little Girl from Little Rock.'
Arkansas." Mrs. R. C. Kory.
houseguesting with her niece,
Charlotte, and husband. Leo
Rose, at 45S1 Jefferson Ave. .
Also entertaining out-of-town
relatives, Leonard and Beverly
Tobin Her brother. Arthur
Bernstein, and his wife. Ellen,
here from Brooklyn And
Leonard's sister and brother-in-
law. Ula and I)r William Phil-
lips, from Toledo
dance step at the club's Tuesday George Dreyfuss. Mr. and Mr;
night "adult cotillion" are Dr Lou Grossman. Mr. and |
and Mis. Maurice Blinski, Dr. Tom Lombardi, Mr. and Mr.
and Mrs. Murray lleiken, Mr. Milt Gold. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
. Among those an(j Mrs ^ ]>0zen. Mr. and Shapiro, and Mr. and Mrs. ir*
who have alreadv mastered the Mrs. Stu Reise. Mr. and Mrs. Raskin.
Boa Nova
Summer can't be too far away
because We-tbrooke Country
Club's cabanas are filling up
with members and their visitors
from out-of-town The Mar-
tin Hirschs entertaining the Ar-
thur Chaplins. of Lawrence. N.Y..
and Mrs. Peretzman, of Gaines-
ville Other guests, Al and
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mother, Mrs. Jennie Tribe, of
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*Jmi$t> ilcriciiair
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One of the big affairs ol the year for Temple Emanu-El Sister-
iood is Sisterhood's annual luncheon slated for Wednesday
it Eden Roc Cafe Pompeii. Rehearsal scene features (left
o right) Mrs. Rocky Pomerance, Mrs. Sanford Burns, Mrs.
Bernard Selevan and Mrs. Ben Ball, who will do musical read-
ngs from a hit Broadway play. Luncheon chairman is Mrs.
Alexander Kogan Co-chairman is Mrs. Harold Levy.
Mrs. Mordecai Podet, wife of Rabbi Mordecai Podet, is hon-
ored by the Sisterhood of Temple Judea at a special luncheon
t Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club. Left to right are Mrs.
Maurice Waldorf, Mrs. Podet, and Mrs. Leonard Kalish, Sis-
terhood president.
Israel Consular Corps Official
Continued from Page IB
'.ith in 199 was Chief of Proto-
. 'I for Israel's Foreign Ministry.
Prior to her appointment to the
Consular Corps. Mrs. Beilin serv-
ed as liaison offiecr for the For-
Ministry, and two years ago
die traveled through the Unite.;
States and Canada on a speaking
tour under the auspices of the Is-
Bond Organization.
Mrs. Beilin's daughter. Sheila.
20, served as a lieutenant in the
Women's Army of Israel.
# 9
Monies raised at a Puriro festi-
val sponsored by the Happy-go-
Lueky Circle on Sunday at the
Ilarfanist Kosher Restaurant will
go to the Pioneer Women, Club 2
Child Rescue Fund.
Arrangements were supervised
by Mr. and Mrs Hymen Aront
and Mrs. Sarah Weisbcrg.
President of the club is Mrs.
Irving Liftman.
KOSHER FOR ALL OCCASIONS
PL 4-4521
Mill TETLEY TEA
" I ""' INSTANT OR /N BAGS
Tetley l el fuB. wond**
f uI "tiny lltti* tea leaf flavor".
V A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE X837
/ wnm By EDITH ZIPP
DETH Jacob held a Purim Ball and banquet
Sunday evening at the Deauville Hotel,
ol the congregation's spiritual leader, Mrs. Tibor
Stern, chose a champagne-colored, two-piece
brocade dinner suit. A cocoa-colored swirled
turban completed her ensemble.
Mr Harry Brenner's gown was a mini gi en
reembroidered alencon lace sheath. Both her
neckline and hem line reflected the scalloped
lace pattern. \ matching colored flate peau de
soie bow was high at the waist, and her long
white kid gloves featured deep inserts of wh'te
alencon lace. A white silk organza v.as the
choice 'if Mrs. Harvey Tendler. Cut in a full-
skirted shirtwaist style, it featured hand-painted
gold leaf abstracts.
Low-Fitted Bodice
Moygashel linen with tangerine-colored eye-
lette embroidery was worn by Mrs. Esther llill-
man. President of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Max
Thurston, chose a warped silk taffeta print of
blended blues, greens and cocoa. Her sheath
dress had the classic scooped neckline. Mrs.
Maurice Mamches chose a two-piece peau de soie
ensemble, with a full length theatre coat over
her dress. Iced blue chantilly lace was worn
by Mrs. Louis Shafkin; her bodice was fitted
and her skirt flared.
Mrs. Louis Baida chose an emerald green
Chiffon gown. Her fitted bodice was slashed low
in the back and ended in a flat bow, and her
skirt followed the classic fullness of chiffoi
Chiffon and satin was the fabric combim
" ol Mrs. Louis Makov?ky. Her fitted
ice w.is white, and her i bateau neckline
wag banded in black. Ii skirt was in jet black,
A white raw silk sheath with a matching
ir jacki t was t> orn bj Mrs, David Kn
Her sweater was piped in the raw silk, and sil
leaves were appliqucd on Its iron!. Shocking
pink si.k shantung was t'-c choice of Mrs, Sai
Kaplan. Her casually-fitted ovcrblousc topped
a i" ilh skirt. Mrs. .laceb KatZ chose
silk sheath with a latticed front.
Silk Chiffon
Mrs. David Roth wore a turquoise silk chiffon
sheath completely covered with hand-sewn CSV-
ier beads and silver-lined bugle beads. Her neck-
line was decollete, and she carried a matching
chiffon stole. Royal blue and green blended into
the foliage print worn by Mrs. Sol Krevat. Her
sheath had a short fringed sash, and was topped
with a full-length theatre coat of brilliant jre<
satin.
A gold satin brocaded shift was the choice of
Mrs. Bernard Frank. A leal motif was woven
into the fabric, and self-covered buttons closed
the back. Mrs. Abe Schoenfeld wore an emerald
green satin cocktail suit for the ball. Her skirl
was a pencil-slim sheath, and the straight C1 I
jacket was hip-length. The bodice of her dress
was of white silk chiffon and covered with silvei
lined bugle beads. II was high necked an I
sleeveless, with a faint toueh of the blouson.
Sen. Humphrey Will Speak At Council Biennial
By Special Report
A galaxy of distinguished politi-
cal and educational leaders, led by
j Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Minne-
sota, will address the 70th anni-
, vcrsary biennial convention of the
i National Council of Jewish Wom-
en in Minneapolis on Mar. 24 to 28.
Plans for the live clay conclave
were announced this week by Mrs
i Charles Hymes, of Minneapolis,
I president of the educational and
| service organization.
Seven delegates of the Greater
Miami Section of the National
Yuncil of Jewish Women have
been named to attend the national
biennial convention of the educa-
tional and service organization in
Minneapolis. Minn.. Mar. 24 to 28. j
They are Mrs. Meyer Baskin, pub-
lic affairs vice president: Mrs. Wil-
liam I. Brenner, administration
vice president; Mrs. Edwin Oppen-
heim. community services vice
president; Mrs. Harry Orleans, cor-
responding secretary: Mrs. Ray-
mond It. Rubin, president: Mrs.
.less Spirer. ways and means vice
president; Mrs. Harold Zeeman, fi-
nancial secretary.
Also attending the convention
will be Mrs. Aaron Farr. national
board member, Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, national vice president, and
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, who has been
nominated a national board mem-
ber. Both Mrs. Myers and Mrs
Lewis will be standing for election.
President of the local section is
Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin.
Underscoring the convention's
concern with major issues facing
the Jewish community will be a
speech by Dr. Judah Shapiro, sec-
retary of the National Foundation
for Jewish Culture. Dr. Shapiro
has called the United States an
"underdeveloped country" in its
native Jewish cultural patterns.
Sen. Humphrey will keynote the
opening session Sunday night,
Mar. 24, with a foreign policy ad-
dress. More than 700 delegates
representing 123,000 Council mem-
bers in :>2J affiliate! local units
are expected to be present f"r the
gathering, which takes place at
the Leamington Hotel.
The banquet session climaxing
the convention Thursday nighl will
i>e addressed by Eugene .McCar-
thy, junior Senator from Minne-
sota. At this event, the installa-
tion of a new national NCJW presi-
dent, five vice presidents, and a
new national board nf directors
will take place.
Another highlight of the conven-
tion will be presentation of an
award to Assistant Secretary of
Labor Esther Peterson for l :<
plifying women's com mil men'. '>
social welfare. Mrs. Peterson, who
i> also director of the Laboi De-
partment's Women's Bureau, an I
executive vice-chairman of the
President's Commission on tot
status of Women, has long be n a
leader in education and the labor
movement. She helped to orgj lii
the first International School for
Working Women conducted by the
International Confederation of Fret;
Trade Unions in the early '50's.
Locally, the Greater Miami Se.
tion i* well-known for its work
with the siuht and hearing hand-
capped and its Braille Bindery and
Library.
Have a ball...
Have lots of'em...

Gallery Features
Solomon Works
New one-man show opening at
the James David Gallery on Sun-'
day, Mar. 17, will feature some of |
the major works of Syd Solomon,;
recently listed among the 10 out-j
standing painters in the Whitney
Annual by Thomas Hess of Art
News.
The Whitney Museum recently!
purchased a Syd Solomon for its!
permanent collection, and the first
purchase of contemporary art by
Ringling Museum of Sarasota was
a Solomon.
Other museums which include
Solomon's works in permanent
collections arc the Baltimore, De-1
Wittc, Butler, and Delgado.
new Mother^
MATZO BALLS!
KOSHER PAREVE
Live a little... enjoy a lot of these
fabulous fluffy-light matzo balls!
Made from a balanced batter of
wholesome eggs and the finest matzo
meal... sparked with delicate spices.
Made dreamy-light to drift on steamy-
hot soup...<_y soup you fancy.
Balanced Batter Makes them Better.'
From the potles kitchen* of Mother* Food Products, Inc., Newark 5 N.J,


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Friday. March 15, 1
discusses Chagall Windows
Councilman and Vice Mayor oi
North Miami. Leonard Kimball,
recently addressed a general meet-
ing of Chal Group of Hadassah in
North Miami Beach. A student
ol modern art. his subject was
"The Jerusalem Windows and Di-
vlne Light." The lecture was il-
lustrated with color slides of each
of the windows.
1(1
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Lil (Mr-. Murray! Shnw didn't have much time for play as a little
girt. At fourteen, she studied stenography at Hebrew Technical High
School in New York and started work at once as a secretary. It was
the dream of Lil and her two sisters to send their brother. Edward, to
Columbia. They did. and he now heads up calculus instruction at a
hish school in Brooklyn. When she was eighteen. Lil got an attack of
appendicitis, and fell in love with nursing while recuperating in the
hospital. She went into training at Lebanon Hospital, became a nurse,
and practiced her profession for six years.
on a blind datethere's a lot to be said
for blind datesshe met her future husband.
Alter Lii was married, lor the first time in
her life she didn't have to work. She was so
grateful for her husband and all of her bless-
- that she wanted to show her gratitude by-
helping others. This started her on a volun-
teer charity and organization course from
which she has never deviated in all of these
man) years.
Thirteen years ago. the Shaws moved to
Miami Beach. She belongs to many organiza-
tions here, among them City of Hope. Home
lor the Aged. But her true love is Mt. Sinai
Hospital Women's Auxiliary. She has run the
gauntlet there, being recording secretary,
chairman of Out-Patients. chairman of the
Snack Bar. chairman of television, general
vice president, and executive vice president.
Neither Lil nor her husband has a relig-
ious background. They became interested in Temple Ncr Tamid when
Murray got the ground for the temple site. It opened up a whole new
way of life for both of them. As a consequence, they learned about
their heritage. Knowing just a little made them want to know more;
they are learning more everyday, doing a good job into the bargain.
with Lil serving as president of Ner Tamid Sisterhood, and Murray as
president of the Temple.
Lil knits and reads when she finds time. Their favorite hobby is
deciding where to go on their travels. Once you've been around the
world, it's hard to find new places to visit. In July, they will go back
to Israel for their third tour. They will see it through different eyes
in the light of what they have learned about themselves and their
religion.
* *
NOISE IN THE AUDITORIUM
Only it wasn't noise; it was "The Sound of Music." Listening to
the sounds and enjoying them were Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Thai, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Spitalny. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gelber, Mrs. Sylvia
Weil. Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Struhl and the Aaron Farrs, who were
talking to Miss Bertha Foster. Aaron makes fine sounds of music
himself.
* *
AUNTS, UNCLES, GRANDMAS, GRANDPAS, GODPARENTS
Gainesville was never like this, even during football season. The
reasonSusi and Alan Chasan had a baby, Wayne Howard. The ma-
ternal side, Bernice and Lou Schwartzman. with the brand new uncle,
Barnett. and aunt. Linda, and the paternal side, Helen and Arthur
Chasan and Bobby, hurried to Gainesville along with Alan's grand-
father and grandmother, the Jacob Lubroths. In honor of being god-
father. Lubroth wrote a lovely song. Since the baby was born on Feb.
12, the family is convinced that he will be another great American.
Another great-grandmother, Mrs. Barnett Shpritz, shared the excite-
ment.
Schwartz, Shand
Exchange Vows
Barbara Marcia Shand and Ber-
nard Schwartz were married Sat
unlay evening in the Seville Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Harold Shand. 651 NE
!68th St.. No. Miami Beach. She
is a graduate of North Miami High
and attended the University ol
Miami.
The bridegroom attended the
University of Miami and served in
the Armed Forces. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz.
o! Miami Beach.
After a wedding trip to New
York, the couple will live in For
est Hills. L.I.
Miss Ssmkowitz'
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore B. Sim-
kowitz. of G205 LaGorce Dr., Mi-
ami Beach, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Elizabeth,
to Gene Clayton Gasser.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Ga.s-.er, of
N. Dak.
Miss Simkowitz is .a Barnard
College graduate, has a Master of
Aits degree, and is presently a
Doctoral candidate in English
Literature at Yale University.
Mr. Gasser graduated from Min-
neapolis School of Art, and this
spring will receive a Master of
Fine Arts degree from Yale.
The couple are planning a June
wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Simko-
witz will honor their daughter and
her fiance at a reception and en-
gagement party at their home on
Sunday.
MISS H/ZABETH SIMOWIT .
Nathan
schools
Colum-
Sharon Besser,
Robert Goldberg
To be Married
A -pring wedding is being plan-
ed by Miss Sharon Sydney Besser
pud Robert Stanley Goldberg,
whose engagement is announced
this week by the future bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Schultz, of Dothan. Ala.
The bride-to-be attended
in Switzerland. Germany.
bus. ('.a., and the Universities of
Alabama and Arizona State.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Goldberg, ::.">il> Fla-
mingo Dr.. and attended the Uni-
versities of Florida and Miami.
His fraternity is Zcta Beta Tan,
A small family wedding will be
held on Sunday, Apr. 21. in the
Gigi Room of the Fontainebleau
Hotel, with Dr. Irving Lehrman,
of Temple Emanu-El. officiating.
Following an extended honey-
moon, the couple will make their
home in Miami.
Paternal grandparents of the
bride-elect are Mrs. Israel Besser.
of Columbus, and Mrs. Abraham
Schultz, of New York. Maternal
J>
MISS SHARON BCSSffi
grandparents are Max D:
and the late Mrs Baer. :
gustine.
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<;uii..rt
MRS. BERNARD SCHWARTZ
MARCH SHOWERS BRING MARCH WEDDINGS
There was a pretty pink and white bridal shower luncheon given
by Mrs. Henry Henal and her daughter, Rosalyn, at their home in
North Miami. It was in honor of Roslyn Frost, who is marrying Ains-
lee Ferdie on Mar. 31. After luncheon, the shower gifts were opened
with much "ohing" and ahing." Among the "ohers and "ahers" were
Lillian (Mrs. Paul) Lustgarten. Miss Roela Blau, Miss Shirley Sanders.
Mrs. Jack Ferdie, Beverly (Mrs. Bryan) Weisman, and Gloria (Mrs.
Gilbert) Babischkin.
* *
IN A HOLE
Buddy Hackett complained that he was playing in a hole at the
Opti-Mrs. dinner dance, which means that the audience isn't close
enough. He was quite upset when Mickey (Mrs. Murray) Sonnett pre-
sented him with a plaque. In fact, he was so upset that he asked his
manager to tell him how much he could donate to the cause. He did.
too. Enjoying the little extra ad libbing were Belle and Mannie Gold-
stritch, Gale and Sam Berlin, Loretta (Mrs. Ben) Lond, Lilly and Harry
Schiff, Muriel and Alexander Libow, Irma (Mrs. Saul) Herman, Ann
and Joe Lipton, Mrs. Sarah Frishman, Eva and Meyer Don, Hannah
and Philip Moss, and the Edward Cowens.

IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU
Paula (Mrs. AD Hoffman, who is Art Rosichan's Girl Friday, took
two visiting friends from Woodmere, Mrs. Clarence Rubin and Mrs.
Sam Klein, sightseeing. On the steps of the Fontainebleau Hotel, they
met Tony Martin and told him how much they enjoyed his singing.
He invited them for dinner and the show for the next evening. They
recovered from their swoons in time to go and have a fairyland time.
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SURPRISE AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
She really was surprised. Clara (Mrs. J. G.) Spitz was honored at
a luncheon at Westview Country Club. The tables were decorated with
dolls dressed in golfing costumes, all in lovely pastel shades. Among
guests attending were Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mrs. Jack Gaines, Mrs. R.
May, Mrs Sidney Meyer, and Mrs. Gwen Snyder. Golf trophies and
awards were presented.
Rabbi Kronish Will
Present Review
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
will review "The Slave," by Isaac
B. Singer, on Sunday, 10:30 a.m.,
in the Temple Auditorium.
Held once a month, the book
: review series, sponsored by the
: Temple Sisterhood as part of its
cultural program, is chaired by
Mrs. Leo Lev in. Mrs. Louis F.
Snetman is president.
All funds raised go to the Sis-
terhood Religious School subsidy
fund.
james david gallery, ltd.
Presents
Recent Paintings by
Syd Solomon
PREVIEW SHOWING SATURDAY EVENING, MARO
7:30 to 1030 P.M.
The Show will run from March 17th through March 20tv
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Miami Beach
Phone UN 6-3505
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Announces fhe Opening of a
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direction of CArlf AMUR
Classes of Pre-School Ago Children.
Complete Courses in Piano,
Rhythm Bend, Musical Games and
Drills, Arlcrafl.
Established 1950 (Open Year Round)
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Spring Is in the Air! .
And our thoughts turn to fhe beginning
of fhe new fashion sta$on ,
Come in and see our new
selection of light weight yarns
in bright spring colors for
your knitting pleasure.
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Hull
Congregation was the site ot
Puiim parly by Miami Chin.
ter oi Uadassah. President of the
chapter, lira. Jo.-epti Hilton,
-c black chiffon for the even-
ller fitted bodice had a de-
te "\" neckline, and her
-kirt was full. Three-quarter-
th sleeves ended in a white
ivith black lace appliques.
Mrs. Lawrence Scherr wore a
h necked and self-belted for-
- green silk shift, with the fab
, ,n latlced woven design. A
iint was the choice of Mr-.
Swartz. Tones and shades
: pink. Irom blush to cherry.
up the print; and the deep
cherry shade was the color of
in r coordinated jacket. Chair-
for the evening was Mrs.
Alan Hertz, who chose a figure-
molding, black silk sheath.
Emerald green silk with flecks
ck was worn by Mrs. Har
Abbott. It followed the
, lines of the high-necked,
eless sheath. A gold silk
shantung suit was Mrs. David
Alterman's selection. The jack-
et was waist-length and fitted,
and covered a pink blouse of yel-
a and brown on white. Mrs.
Samuel Steinberg's black sheath
a iiimper-styled. Her long
sleeves and collar were of silk
ar.d featured a black abstract
print on white. Mrs. William
Warshaw topped her white moy-
gashel linen sheath with a tan-
gerine colored Chanel cut jacket.
|u|RS. Irving Hatner chose a
" black and white silk ensem-
ble. Of white with small black
polka dots, her sheath had a
black velvet band low over the
hips: and her matching coat was
tunic-length. An emerald green
Cohen, Salomon
Eye Foil Rites;
Beoch High Grads
Mr. and Mrs Max L. Cohen.
9100 W. Bay Harbor Dr.. announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Suzanne Sandy, to Alan Frank
Salomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey L. Salomon. 5120 Alton Rd.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High, and at-
tended the University of Miami.
She now attends the Florida Col-
lege of Medical Technology.
The prospective bridegroom is
plso a graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High, and attended the Cni-
versity of Flori'a and the Univer-
sity of Miami. He is a member
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
A late fall wedding is planned.
jrathiona
&4ttraeteJ ulxc
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MISS SUIAHNt COHEN
Sweet 16th For Marsha Goldberg
Sweet sixteen luncheon, honor- teacher at Temple Judea. She la
n.
g Marsha Lea Goldberg, will be al present recording secretary
of
silk sheath with short sleeves. civen bv Mrs. Bernard Handsel in noth the Temple JuJea Youth
was Mrs. Sidney Langer's choice
Mrs. Albert Dubbin's silk sheath
was from Hong Kong. Her black
one-piece dress was luted at the
natural waistline, but seamed
lower to give a two-piece effect,
A few roses, of an intense pink
color were lightly scattered over
the front of the dress.
By MARILYN SMITH
At the recent Israel-Internation-
al Fashion Show sponsored by !-
rael Bonds at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, Dadc County's sociaht -
turned out at the luncheon affair
to vie in their splendor with the
fashion designs from some of the
world's top couturiers.
Mrs. Jack Katzman chose a blue
and white print ensemble with
[lowered hat. Mrs. Louis Glassei
member of the national executive
board, in hot pink with white en-
semble and large picture hat
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger in must-
ard >ilk.
Mrs Zeev Dover, wife of the 1>-
rael Consul for the Southeastern
United States, here from Atlanta
her home. 1910 Granada Blvd.. Croup and the Greater Miami Fed- jp oatmeal and black Irish linen
Coral Gables, Friday. 12:30 p.m. c ration o! Temple Youth. She has engemble.
recently been appointed co-editor
Among the 10 guests celebrat- lh(. Florida state Temple Youth
ing the occasion will be Marsha's
26th St.. and has
and is an assistant Sunday School ,(T (;;iro|e
aunts. Mrs. Joe Marnier and Mrs.
Larry Goldberg, Also great-aunt.
Mrs. Louis Macktaz, Winnsocket.
R.I.. Mrs. Jake Kronich. I'r.ion-
town, Pa., and Mrs. Rose Schrei-
Black silk crepe was worn by ber, Brooklyn. X.Y.
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Her bod Mursha WM va|cdlctorian of
ice was luted and her skirt flar- hef confirma|IGn dass last Jutu,
ed with a ruffled flounce at the
hem. Mrs. Arthur Williams
chose a taupe-colored silk crepe
ensemble. Her dress had a white
blouson bodice, and her short
jacket featured vertical pleats.
A white linen sheath with sky
bhie florals was worn by Mrs
Irwin Liss. A matching colored
blue jacket topped her cress.
Mrs. Minna Bloom's black Italian
silk jesante had a cowled-type
collar with a low front tie.
Newspaper.
A junior at Coral Gables High
School, she is an honor student,
member of Tri M, the choral hon-
or society, and a delegate to the
Interlaith Youth Council.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. David Goldberg. 3174 SW
a younger
M1
|RS. David Sernaker wore a
white silk sheath with gold
silk inserts in the fitted bodice.
A sand-beige knobby woven shift
was the choice of Mrs. Berne
Bloom. A matching cashmere
sweater, with a mink collar,
completed her ensemble. A two-
piece mimosa-colored silk sheath
and overblouse was worn by
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Her high
neckline was detailed with an
ascot tic. Mrs. Louis Falk chose
a sheath shirtwaist in the black I
silk dynasty brocade. Mrs. Har-
ry Pinesick's Italian knit was in
citron yellow and white. Yellow
and white flowers were embroid-
ered on her Chanel styled jack-
et.
Other prominent Miami women
Mrs, Jack I'opick. who greeted
the occasion; Mrs. Leon Krom.-h
wife of Rabbi Leon Krom-h. na-
tionally known in Israel Bond.-:
and Mrs. Max Wcitz.
Exquisite designs came fn m
these countries and designers:
France Balenciaga. Givency.
. Jacques Griffe, Lanvin-CastUli
Serge Matta. Nina Ricci, Yves St
Laurent. Jacques Heim.
ItalyRoberto Capucci and Sim-
onetta et Fabiani.
AmericaRill Blass. Oleg Cat
sini. Millie Parnis, Gustave Tas-
selle, Pauline Trigere.
EnglandJohn Cavanagh I id
Ronald Paterson.
IrelandSybil Connolh
IsraelLola Beer. Piny Leitera-
of the later pioneer Miamians, I dorf, Kali Matmor, Gideon Obcr-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes. son, Marta Yida, Maskit, Aled.
The newly-weds will live in New Elanit. Stefan Braun, and the
York City. House of Neulander.
Blazev, Atkins
Live in New York
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Atkins, of
530 SW 24th Rd.. announce the
marriage ot their daughter, San-
dra Alva, to Nikola Blazev on
Feb. 23 in New York City.
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by Hal Pearl
jr'."i w.
BRILLIANT ENTERTAINER: One of the worlds truly great en
lertainment figures will make his first personal appearance here n?xt
Wednesday. Mar. 20. at Dadc County Auditorium. Music lovers may-
regard Theodore Bikel as their very own. but the man's versatility
and great gifts allow more than one sphere of the entertainment world
to enjov and applaud his virtuosity. Although Bikel has attained re-
markable achievements in acting, singing, writing and composing, he
is. with all his accomplishments, a modest and unassuming personality.
Rather than employ the mod* and manner of high-powered press,
gentry to herald his name and talents in syndicated gossip columns,
he lets his artistry emblazon his name on the public's awareness.
Already the Bikel cult of folksong-followers regards him as the
worlds-finest troubador of traditional tunes. His 13 albums of folk
numbers has sold in the millions. Bikel is one of the new crop of great
artists springing from the ancient soil of Israel. He and his family
migrated to the ancient land when he .was a boy. His first folk tunes
were those of his native land, sung in Hebrew and Yiddish. His in-
terest in folk tunes expanded into other nations, including those of the
Orient. Today Bikel speaks seven tongues fluently, sings in twenty.
But big.husky Bikel's first love in singing and playing on his guitar
the colorful songs of his native Israel and foreign lands, in Hebrew.
Chinese. Turkish. English, yes, even in Zulu, as you will hear along
with his cheering devotees at Dade Countv Auditorium next Wednesday.
* *
ON THE CAFE CIRCUIT: Although there's been a slight let down
in tourist traffic, the biggest stars of the season arc on hand this week
at the hotel supper clubs.
Robert doulet. fresh from a triumph in Las Vegas, following con-
cert tours and a new LP album under the Columbia label, is making
his first appearance here at the Deauville Casarova Room. That
.should be a busy place while the baritone's headlining there.
Sammy Davis, slated to appear elsewhere earlier this season, is
finally ensconced at the Fontainebleau, for a long engagement in
the LaRonde Rrom. Every appearance of the highly energetic and
talented performer here always portends profits for his sponsor.
The show that has been the talk of the season here and around the
nation, the Joe R. Lewis and Eddie Fisher starring "combo" at the
Eden Roc Cafe Pompeii, has been held over again. It will play through
Sunday. Mar. 17. making it 22 days for Eddie Fisher at the 'Roc an
unprecedented run for a performer at a major hostelry. Only one
Other entertainer in recent years has created that much excitement
here'Frank Sinatra.
The Starlight Roof of the Doral Beach Hotel has made its bow.
and its sparkling ceiling and the panoramic view of the area from any
seat in the 17th floor supper club are well worth a visit. Freddy
Martin's superb dance orchestra is on hand to add to an evening's en-
joyment there.
Bob Newhart, who discovered ifs better to play on stage before
live audience than "live" on television to an unseen audience, is
proving a point or two during his present engagement at the Diplo-
mat Cafe Cristal.
Patsy Abbott, our scout informs, is doing the biggest business in
seasons at her intimate Patsy's Place. Highly enjoyable, with loads of
original material flowing easily during her twice-nightly shows. Patsy
is one of the Beach's must-see entertainers, not once, but many times.
* *
ON STAGE AND SCREEN: "A Thousand Clowns" at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse brings Jack Carter back to town as an accomplished
thespian. Seen here earlier this season in a night club engagement.
Carter reveals another facet of his talents in a highly competent
performance. The supporting east is up to the standard set in previous
productions under the Zev Bufman-Stan Seiden banner. The playhouse
vill operate 40 weeks a year from now on.
"Abie's Irish Rose" is the new production at the DiLido Hotel
Theatre. Our younger generation will have an opportunity to see one
of Broadway's longest-run hits. Of course the version at the Beach
hotel has been brought up to date somewhat.
One of the more interesting movies of the year. "Freud,"' starring
Montgomery Clilt and the new British actress who's getting the "build-
up" treatment. Susannah York, is at the Coral and Surf Theatres.
The surprise low-budget production of the year, "David and
Lisa," starring two newcomers, Keir Dullea and Janet Margolin, as
two mentally sick teen-agers who fall in love, is due at the Nor-
mandie, Mayfair and Sunset Theatres. Howard Da Silva is the only
recognize* actor in the dramatic screenplay.
Frank J. Hale has announced that in association with the Washing-
ton Ballet Guild, he will present the American Ballet Theatre on
Apr. 2. at the Playhouse in Palm Beach.
Bobby Breen will be featured in the Yiddish-American stage pres-
entation at the Cinema Theatre for two weeks, beginning Friday.
The Acorn's Civic Theatre has scheduled the farcical comedy.
"Separate Rooms," for a one nighter at Westbrooke Country Club in
Southwest Miami on Sunday, Mar. 31 Among the cast will be Roz
BerleMilton Berle's sister. The three-act comedy is directed by
Laura Tobens and stars Al Cohen and Beverly Livitch. The Golden
Key, Westbrooke's plush spot, will be open for dinner, and also after
theatre dancing and supper.
* *
AROUND TOWN: Miami Beach and Madrid. Spain are not so far
apart, as the jet files, so Andre Pascal of Maxim's is hoping to take
off for a few days visit there soon. Tony Martin and wife Cyd Charisse
are currently in Madrid, where Cyd is on a movie location, and Mar-
tin's parting words to Andre before leaving Miami Beach a few days
ago were to come and visit. Andre says he may just take him up on
the invitation.
Memb-rs of the Carriage Club, private key club at Miami Springs
Villas, will have a home away from home, at least when in Toron-
to, Canada. The Maple Leafs Club there, a similar key club, and
officers of the Carriage Club have signed a reciprocity agreement
opening club facilities to each others members.
The 14th annual Metropolitan Miami Flower Show will open Mar.
22 for a three-day run at the Playhouse. Miami Springs Villas. Show
president. Mrs. Charles McWethy, said five divisions are planned for
the 1963 showthe Artistic Division, the Junior Matinee, the Horticul-
ture Division, the Cut Flower Division and the Rose Division. Theme
for the overall presentation is "Much Ado About Flora," or "Love in
Bloom." The show will be presented as a three act play, a first, Mrs.
McWethy said.
'Bar Kochba'
Due at Beach
Saturday Niajit'
The story of "Bar Kochba." one
of the great Hebrew champions
of all time, will be told in musical
form on Saturday, 8:30 p.m.. when
the Miami Bench Community Sing-
ers present the opera at Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Selected as the 10th anniver-
sary presentation, the Singers are
recalling an evening in 1956 when
"Bar Kochba." in its new form
by conductor-composer. Ben Yo-
men. was received with acclaim
by both critics and audiences.
"In answer to genuine demand
for its presentation once again."
, said Singers president. Mrs. Ida
! Hurwitz, "we arc offering this
concert version in another new
musical setting by Yomen."
Starring baritone Stan Porter in
the title role, lyric soprano. Carol
Donn, will sing the role of Dma.
; Narration will be by Jimmie Ros-
| enstrauch. Mrs. Gershon Miller
and Dr. Morton Rosenbluth. Mar-
garet Yomen will accompany at |
the piano.
Set in the year 132 C.E., "Bar!
( Kochba." or "Son of the Star."]
tells of the ill-fated exploits of,
the Hebrew gladiator to free the
Jewish people from the yoke of;
the Roman Empire.
Mrs. Fink Will
Speak Here
Greater Miami Chapter. Wom-
en's Division, American Society
for Technion. will hold an 11 a.m.
member-bring-a-membcr brunch on
on Wednesday. Mar. 27. at the
home of Jennie Grossinner
Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Pink "ill
discuss current Technion topics
President of the local chapter
is Mrs. Philip Thau.
Italian Pianist
To be Heard Here
University of Miami Sympl; v
Orchestra, with Fabien s
conducting, will presents its
cnth pair of season cor.ceri n
Sunday evening Mar. 17. al \
Beach Auditorium, and M
evening. Mar. 18, at Hack i
Auditorium. Featured guest i
i-1 will be the young Italian
i-i. Sergio Periicaroli, maktn, >
lii>! appearance in Florida
Perticaroli will perform
Khatchatturian's Concerto
Piano and Orchestra in I) flat
or, and the program's orchi
works include "The Pine.-
Rome," by Respighi; "Pic
Dome of Kubla Khan." by Ch
Griffee; and "La Gazza I.
Overture, by Rossini.
A prize winner of the !. n
C'oncours International Mu- ,.
in Geneva. Perticaroli was dis
ered by the noted conducto: Si
John Barbirroli, under whose
baton the young virtuoso mad
debut with England's Halle P :]
harmonic Orchestra 10 years ,..i
Since then. Perticaroli has ,o
pearcd with every major ore] -
tra in Europe, as well as appear
ances in New York. Boston
Cincinnati.
'Art of Makeup' Shown
Guest speaker at Temp'e i
Sisterhood meeting held Wei
day was Mrs. Millie Teavers,
metologist, who demonstrated
"Art of Makeup" on Sistei I
members.
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Keir Dullea stars with Janet
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22 at Wometco's Mayfair,
Normandie, Parkway and
Sunset Art Theatres. "Divorce
Italian Style" holds over
for the fourth week at these
theatres.
Guest Speaker Friday
Guest speaker at late Friday
evening services at Temple Tik-
vah. 595 W. 68th St.. Hialeah. will
be Robert Newman, of the State
Attorney's office.
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March 15, 1963
nUiplan to Chair
Annual Meeting
Of Federation
.or. Kaplan, vice president ol
,>v Greater Miami Jejt-ish Fed-
, in charge of agency acti-
. has been named chairman
]. Silver Anniversary annual
. .-(ting of Federation.
apian, who is a past president
he Greater Miami Jewish Com-
litj center, announced that
e meeting will be held at the]
[on! I'iazu Hotel on Sunday
tuning. May 19. and in honor of
i-. Silver Anniversary year, is
Kbeduled to be sponsored by Fed-
tratiOD and the presidents and j
board* of directors of Federation's j
tgencies hen'.
Irs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman!
o; (he 2">ih anniversary commit- j
tte is working in close conjunct
lion with the annual meeting com-i
B ,, on arrangements for the
May 19 event. Program is to be
jounced shortly. Mrs. Myers
*.d Kaplan revealed jointly Wed-
nesday.
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SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
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ready for I'a.-sover, there is an able in ;i Variety Ol s zes, in regu
enormous amount of planning and j lar as vvrll as instant, and they
work that must be done. Smart
Vel Powdir
The Passover season, including
the joyous Seder meal, means
there will be a lot of activity in
Jewish kitchens around the world.
All this activity will lead to a
heap of pots, pans and dishes that
must be cleaned.
Vel powder from Colgate-Palm-
olive is the best bet to do this
chore for many reasons. Vel cntsi
grease fast and shortens the timej
you have to spend at the sink, j
Vel is certified Kosher and Parve,
for Passover so you can use it for
both meat and dairy dishes.
Also important, Vel powder is
mild on the hands, so your guests
will never be able to tell that
your hands were deep in dishwat-
er all day
For your dishwashing machine,
try Vel-o Matic. It washes every-
thing party-clean and glassware
needs no extra polishing.
To gel your house ready for the
holidays, you can rely on Ajax
Powder with instant chlorine
beach to help get those tough
cleaning jobs done. All of these
products come from the Colgate- I
Palmolive Company.
Domino Sugar Aids
There are so many items that
housewives are concerned with in
planning and preparing for the
Passover holidays, it is only nat-
IfON KAPLAN
Tiiereth Israel Sisterhood
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
hold a card party in the social
hall, 6500 No. Miami Ave.. on
Wednesday evening.
ural that they often need a re-
minder to check on some of the
smaller details that are just as
important to the success of such
occasions.
One such detail is making sure
that your home is stocked with
ail the necessary products from
Domino, a name that has always
been a favorite in homes every-
where.
First of all, you will need plen-
ty of Domino granulated sugar for
all hot beverages. For those fan-
cy Passover desserts, Domino's
Confectioners 10X powdered is a
"must." If candied sweet pota-
toes or glazed carrots are on your
holiday menu, you'll want Domi-
no Light Brown or Dark Brown
Sugar on your shelf.
For the final gracious touch at
your Passover table, you can
choose from Crystal Domino Tab-
lets or the Hostess Tablets that
add a party look. When it says
"Domino." you're sure its pure.
Maxwell House Coffee
With Passover approaching, we
are reminded once again of the
strong feeling for tradition that is
so much a part of the Jewish way
of life. No memories are any
richer than those that recall Pass-
over Seders shared with the whole
family.
Another rapidly-growing tradi-
tion is the serving of Maxwell
House Coffee in Jewish homes, at
Passover, and during the rest ol
the year, as well.
Of course, before the house is
housewives keep a pot of Max-
well House coffee on the stove.
n hich makes those short work
breaks so much_ more enjoyable.
Also, if friends drop in to bor-
row a recipe or just to chat, you
can help them to a cup of pleas-
ure that they'll really appreciate
Maxwell House Coffees are avail-
are ai
over.
certified Kosher for Pass
Yardeini Slated
In Concert Here
Mordecai Yardeini will be fea-
tured in a Purim concert on Sat-
urday evening. 8 p.m.. at Hibiscus
Auditorium.
Program will include Yiddish,
Israeli, Chassidic, and cantorial
selections. Accompanist will be
Miss Esther Barrett.
In addition to bis renown m *
folk singer. Yardeini is also a
music critic.
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Friday, March 15, 196j*
South Florida USY in Confab
USY delegates representing eight
synagogues in the Greater Miami
area will attend the 12th South
east Region United Synagogue
Youth Convention in the Whitley.
Hotel. Montgomery, Ala., accord-
ing to an announcement made by-
Seymour Mann, of Temple Sinai.
Hollywood. Youth Commission
chairman.
Three chartered buses were to
leave Miami this Thursday after-
noon, with over 100 OSV'ers and
adult advisors. Additional dele
sates were to he picked up in
V. .st Palm Beach, Orlan;lo, St.
Petersburg. Jacksonville and Tam-
1 ; Total convention registration,
including delegates from Ten-
nessee, Georgia and Alabama, will
be 240.
Miss Joan Reiss, president of
the South Florida Sobregion of
USY, will lead the delegation.
Marshall Baltuch, USY advisor
for the Beth David and Dade
Heights USY groups, is in
charge of transportation arrange-
ments.
Participants in a debate on "Re-
ligion in the Public Schools" will
be Richard Friedman, of Temple
Menorah, and Benjamin Stone and
Lee ROSenhOUSe, Of Temple
Emanu-El. Miami Beach.
The Beth David and Temple Si-
nai USY'ers will present Israel
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folk dances at the oneg Snabbai
during the convention.
Barbard Segal, of Temple Men
orah. who will lead a Sing-Down,
has been nominated for the ol-
fice of Regional second vice pres-
ident. Pearl Rubin, of Temple
Sinai, Hollywood, has been nomi-
nated as Regional corresponding
secretary.
Synagogues represented are
Temple Emanu-El and Temple
Menorah, Miami Beach; Beth
David Congregation and Dade
Heights Congregation, Miami;
Beth Torah, North Miami Beach;
and Temple Sinai and Beth
Sholem, Hollywood.
Rabhi Allen Rulchik. director
of the Southeast Region Of the
United Synnsomie of America, will
direct the convention. Abraham
Gitltelson. educational director ol
Junior Auxiliary
Life Luncheon
Junior Auxiliary of the Jewi-h
Home for the Aged was to hold
its annual life membership lunch-
eon this Thursday, noon, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Life membership chairman. Mrs.
Jack Rabinovitch and Mrs. Jos-
eph Cooper, were to offer a spec-
ial tribute to life members.
Mrs. Florence Goldring, music
director of Temple Emanu-El. was
to be featured artist, accompanied
by Mrs. Ben Ball.
Ik (MR CONMTMMV
torn. PflLffl
Beth Torah Congregation, aim
Herbert Harari. educational direc-
tor of Temple Sinai, will serve as
leaders of the study sessions de-
voted to the convention theme,
"God, Torah and Israel are One.-
A highlight of the convention
will be the awarding of a si
ship for the annual USY pi]
age to Israel.
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SPECIAL PRICE FOR EARLY PASSOVER RESERVATIONS
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HOTEL
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PASSOVER
SEDERS
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*Jml> fh-rEditor
Page 13-B
Randal Sheffman
Dr. !, ing I.Human will officiate
,. !ii, Bar Mitzvah of Randal, son
'. \i,-. and Mrs. Abraham Shelf
aj morning, Mar. 16.
mple Kmanu El.
Randal is a seventh grade sin
jjul al Nautilus Junior High
here he 's on tne Dean's honor
roll, has on a school letter and
clarinet in the orchestra.
He also plays the piano, belongs
Hi the science club and won hon-
orable mention in the Science Fair
beid al Nautilus Junior High.
Arm:!- guest*- attending the
luncheon following the ceremony
on Saturday in the Bar Mitzvah-
nonor wOl be his grandparents.
Ur, and Mrs. M. Sheffman, and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arron, of
Halifax. Nova Scotia.
* a *
Patti Adler
Bn Mitzvah of Patti Marilyn.
Slighter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Adler. will be celebrated
Friday evening. Mar. 15, in the
pain sanctuary at Beth Davi.i
Congregation. Rabbi Norman N
Shapiro will officiate.
Patti is an A student in the sev-
enth grade at Shenandoah Junior grade students in Dade County.
High, and plays the piano. A sei The celebrant will be honored
ence project she has just complet- at the Oneg Shabbat following
id will be displayed at the Science services.
Fair al Dinner Key Auditorium
on Mar 25, in competition with Victor Fox
by seventh through 12th On Saturday morning, Mar. Hi.
Emma Lazarus Oneg Shabbat
Randal Sheffman
Patti Adler
Emma Lazarus Group of Had
tssah Oneg Shabbat study group:
will meet Saturday. 1 p.m.. at the i
Glado Hotel on .Miami Beach.
Program will include a talk on
The Significance of Holidays and
Purim," by Mrs. William Lip-1
sitz. education vice president; a
review of the second part of
Trial and Error," by .Mrs. Her-
man Angerman; a discussion on
the subjects, led by Mrs. Norman
Meyers, president of the group,
and Mrs. Jo->eph White, of the Ner
Tamid choir, who will teach Purim
songs.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mesdames Johan Berman. liar
ry Kastan, Jacob Rachlin, Joseph
White, Herman Angerman, John
Howard. Emma Kremcns and
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Mason Fox during services at
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The celebrant is an eighth
grade student at Ponce Junior
High and plays saxophone in the
school band. He is a fishing en-
thusiast, creative in the construc-
tion of miniature projects, and
has traveled through the Orient,
Asia, North and South Europe.
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Fox, 1430
Siena Ave., will honor their son
at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening and at the Kiddush on
Saturday following the ceremony.
* V S
Stuart Cohen
Saturday morning services. Mar.
16, at Israelite Center, will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart Cohen.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky will of-
ficiate.
The celebrant is a student of
the Center"s Religious School.
Mr. and Mrs. Raul Cohen, 2796
SW 34th Ct., will host the Kiddush
in the social hall following the
ceremony.
Robert Farrow
Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Farrow, will
be celebrated at Beth David Con-, dent at Ponce De Leon Junior
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Page 14-B
vjemsti noridian
Friday, March 15, lo>
SCOPE
BY ALAN SHECTER
Beautiful Horse Expert Finds them Predictable
Among life's many great pleas-
ures are beautiful girls and thor-
oughbred race horses. Though
more men ad-
mire girls tha
horses, even th
most amorou
Don Juan wil"
admit that the
ponies are mor<
predictable.
When it come
to picking be
tween beautifi
girls and tho
o u g h b r e
horses, Joe Ta
nenbaum is suc-
cessful at both. He married a
b.g. named Jean, and simul-
taneously compiled the nation's
leading record as a professional
horseracing handicapper, select-
ing winners 28.4 percent of the
time over a 12-year span.
Ways of Handicapping
Joe breaks down the science
of handicapping into two cate-
gories. The first type is con-
cerned primarily with past speed
performances as clocked by the
official stopwatch. Distances
and track variants are part of
this system.
The other school of thought
maintains that the clocked
speeds of the horse are irrelev-
ant. When he worked as a pro-
fessional handicapper. Joe be-
lieved in this approach. His
major consideration was the
quality of the horse and how
it had fared against better com-
petition.
If you've ever Iried to predict
the winner of a horse race bas-
ed upon past performances, you
might be surprised to know that
a skilled handicapper like Joe
Tannenbaum discards such con-
siderations as time records,
breeding and weight handicaps
tinder 126 pounds.
Contrary lo popular belief,
Tannenbaum claims there are a
goodly number of professional
bettors who earn a living bcttiny
on horses. "It's a full-time bus-
iness for many of them, and they
study and work at it 14 and 16
hours each day."' Joe explains.
Despite his brilliant record and
talent for selecting winning
horses. Joe gave up professional
handicapping four years ago in
favor of a position as informa-
tion director at Gulfstrcam Park
Racetrack. Handicapping ap-
parently was just too time-con-
suming! and Joe welcomed the
chance to work for Gulfstream's
owners, the Donn family.
Track Enthusiasm
Joe speaks enthusiastically
about the many new improve-
ments and conveniences added
to Gulfstrcam for the current
meeting. He predicts the Gulf-
stream program will attract the
finest calibre of thoroughbred
horse racing in Florida history
and is particularly enthusiastic
over the prospects of a re-match
between Kelso and Beau Purple
in the S100.000 Gulistreani UJ -
cap on Mar. 16.
Many Miamians will -,,,
ber Joe as Racing Eihot < I
Miami News. Hi* colum -
carried by Associated Press .
New York Herald Tribuni j
some 23 publication^ throtigl I
the country. He still broa lea -
five radio programs, includ!
the feature race every da) i
WCKR during the racing sea?
An.l he still gets an em
thrill from calling the raci
the horses battle it on: in
stretch.
The 33-year old mem
Beth David Congregation it. .
people to look upon h.iv -.
ing as entertainmentjus
a nightclub or any other
tilled experience. "Don'1
pect to win at the track.'
vises. "Just i^o out to wati i
color, the spectacle and
beautiful horses. II you .-h. ,i
win. you'll be surprised; if upM
lose, you won't be disappointi '-
Receiving a Manorial Certificate of Merit tor its aamming re-
ception p; .-.gram at Mt. Sinai Hospital is Marvin Bostin, asso-
ciate director, presented by Ben Grossman on behalf of
"Pulse," a publication for hospitals. Looking on are Mrs. A.
Herbert Mathes, president of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt.
Sinai, and Mrs. Sam Seltzer, chairman of the admitting recep-
tion committee.
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to alL
MIAMI S EXCIUSIVE JlWiSH CfMlltKY
A',;i COMMUNfrV ma. S01.EIIM
ini'iiii, MO 1-7G93
Dade Educators
At Camp Osceola
Two Dade County educators
have purchased Camp Osceola at
Horse Shoe, N.C. They are'Alan
Lyon, principal of Cutler Ridge
Elementary School, and Erwin
Marshall, of Carol City Elemen-
tary.
Marshall, as owner-director, re-
turns to Osceola, where he serv-
ed as its first head counselor in
1951.
Marshall is well-known in the
Dade County school system. He
received both his undergraduate
and Master's degrees from the
University of Miami. He launch-
ed his professional career as a
classroom teacher at Auburndale
Elementary School in 1949.
He was later selected.to teach
at Dade Demonstration School,
and became the first lame class-
room teacher at West Laboratory
School of the University of Mi-
ami. He reached nationwide
prominence as the principal of
Orchard Villa, the first integrat-
ed school in Florida.
Marshall served as principal of
Scott Lake Elementary, and at
present is principal of Carol City
Elementary, one of the largest in
Dade County, with an enrollment
of well over 1,000 students.
In addition, Marshall served as
principal of Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Center for five years, and at
present is a teacher and depart-
ment head at Temple Beth Am.|
He directed the Flagler-Granada!
Summer Day Camp for four years,)
and supervised all teen-age acti-
vities there. He has been active i
in all phases of Flagler-Granada,!
of which he is currently a vice
president.
Marshall has announced that a
Yeshiva University student rabbi;
will be on the staff of Osceola,
available for Bar Mitzvah train-
ing. There will also be tutoring, j
lir.-t grade through Junior Ilighj
School, by certified Dade County'
teacher.
Sinai Receives
Patient Relations
Service Award
Mt. Sinai Hospital tlii~ week re-
ceived national recognition for its
work in the field of patient rela-
tions and public si rvice.
Marvin Bostin, associate director
at Mt. Sinai, Mrs V.
Mathes, pr. idenl ol the V
Auxiliary, and Mrs. Sam Si I
chairman ol the admitting reci
ion committee, accepted on behall
of the hospital the "Pulse*' Certi-
ficate of Merit tor Patient Rela-
tions. a national citation bestowed
on hospitals that make significant
contributions in the field of pat-
ient relations and public service.
The award was granted specif-
ically for the new program at
Mt. Sinai Hospitalits admitting
reception service. Instituted
several months ago, the pro-
gram is composed of volunteers
who greet incoming patients in
the hospital lobby and help to
expedite the details of their ad-
mission. The award is present-
ed by the editors and publishers
of "Pulse," a monthly newslet-
ter devoted to hospital service
and distributed to all hospitals
in the nation.
Ben Grossman, representing the
S. M. Edison Chemical Company
of New York City, sponsors ol
"Pulse," made the award presen-
tation in Bostin's office at cere-
monies here.
The award cites Mt. Sinai ", .
in recognition of its patient rela-
tions program and contribution i.
the field of patient comfort, morak
and extra services beyond regu-
lar professional care."
Board of directors of Beth Jacob Congregation receives c testi-
monial plague at a Purim banguet Sunday at the Dec
Hotel. Rabbi Tibor Stern 'left), spiritual leader of Beth
presents the plaque to Morris B. Frank, president, ard
Lauer and Morris Krevat, vice presidents, on behalf c:
board. Master cf ceremonies at the event was Miami
Councilman Bernard Frank.
(
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ber of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion at a Purim banguet here
A "White Elephant" sale will be
featured at the next regular meet-j
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Frank Chapter, on Tuesday noon Stern, spiritual leader of Beth
at the Park Lane Cafeteria. | Jacob, looks on.
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honorary life member of Beth I
Jacob Congregation at a Purim I
banquet of the congregation Sun-j
day night at the Deauville Hotel, j
Cohen is nationally known for'
his philanthropic endeavor in be-j
half of many Jewish educational]
causes. He is life president of thei
Byalistok Home for the Aged inj
New York. Locally, he is active
in the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy.
Official presentation of his
honorary life membership award
will be made to Cohen on Sun-
day, 4 p.m., during ceremonies
at Beth Jacob marking the dedi-
cation of an ancient Torah heir-
loom belonging to Rabbi Tibor
Stern.
The Torah porcession will be-
gin at the Walburne Hotel. 12.")
Ocean Dr., at 3:30 p.m. At Beth
ahs will be assembled under a can-
opy at the door of the synagogue. I
Official greetings will be offered
by Rabbi Stern, whose grandpar-
ents were the Torah's scribes in
Hungary.
The Torah was brought to Mi-
ami Beach via Mexico City. Mor-
ris B. Frank, president of Beth
Jacob, will conduct the service,
and Rabbi Nathan Kohler will de-
liver the dedication address.
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March 15. 1963
+Jewlsti nnrlHUrtn
Page 15-B
Conservative, Liberal
Margins Were Similar
Ey GERALD SCHWARTZ
For Election Story,
See Paoe 2-A
jlllt. was much to be learned
Tuesday's second primary vot-
little ol the lesson was
The margins
bin
v Is
: '
fa
|l
ii surprising.
torj and defeat for the cham-
conservatism and liberal-
Dade County were almost
II was as if David
I again had personally de-
john B. Orr. Jr.
it is most likely that it
scars of the Bldredge de-
nial allo\ved virtually un-
n Eddie Cong to hand Orr a
.....i vote defeat. In turn,
fldredge's loss to Dante Fascell
months ago made his race
j lime a trifle closer than it
' id to be
Newspaper endorsements again
proved vital. Murray Dubbin
was the only victor who receiv-
ed no favorable word from The
Marie Balaban
Passes at Age 90
>[- Marie Balaban. known to
the many she helped and befriend-
ed .;-
Mar '.'
al 2wU
Born
Balaban came to New York in
1893. ..ml >everal years later mov-
ed to Cleveland, O., where she
became active in Jewish commun-
ity and humanitarian affairs.
She came to Miami Beach 25
year- ago, and continued her
Ittork with local synagogues and
lor the needy in Israel. She was
a life member of the Jewish Home
for the Aged and a member of
Women, Knescth Israel
.it'll: and Temple Ematiu-
"Mother" Balaban. died
at the age of 90. She lived
Collins Ave.
in Stree. Austria, Mrs.
*_ i(jon a
\ $
include two daugh-
lalaban and Mrs Anne
three sons, Nate, So!
-
K am
llilip.
ric Mar. 10 in River
rial Chapel. Alton lit
menl in Mi Neb > Cc ne
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Miami Herald, and without The
Miami News' support in the sec-
ond round, he might have lost to
veteran Preston Bird, who stag-
ed no camoaiqn discernable to
seasoned political observers.
The first appearance in a Dade
run-off of a Negro candidate went
about as expected, and two Jew-
ish candidates with names far less
known than Dubbin and Wolfson
ended up a fortunate to have
gained the second primary.
Miami Beach voiers came out
in heavier numbers tor the ballot-
ing Tuesday, and the Dtibhin-
Wolfson drive well handled there
by the effective team of Justice
of the Peace Jason Berkman and
Constable Rocky I'omerance paid
handsome dividends.
Ed Brigham's stand for Bible-
reading in the schools cost him
support against Dick Fincher on
the Beach, and may have been
decisive. The defeat of John Mc-
Leod was a rejection of extrem-
ism, even though John's color was
one of the few truly interesting
features of an otherwise dull race.
In Pettigrew and Spencer and
Furlong. Dade appears to have
able representatives of the renew-
ed vitality of the Young Demo-
crats. Whether that will be suf-
ficient to get the state back in the
Democratic column for 1964, and
whether Dade can take the lead
in giving Florida a Democratic
position which is closer to Ken-
nedy than to Goldwater, is yet an-
other question.'
The special general election
Man 26 will have the usual low
turnout, and few Republicans
figure to garner more than one-
third of the vote that is theirs
almost by default.
The two-party system, so alive
, today in Broward and Palm Beach
counties, appears no closer to
reality in Dade County than it did
l"i years ago.
One final note: In both Murray
Dubbin and Lou Wolfson. Dade
Jewrj has a golden opportunity.
It has men who won without the
handle ol being Jewish commun-
ity leaders Now it will be inter-
, sting ''i see it they accept thai
responsibility which has been
thrust upon themfor to them the
general public will rely on indica-
tions ol Jewish positions, and not
on the older heads Of Federation.
Israel Bonds and other organiza-
tion-____________
l EGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58108B
BE: Batata of
BERNARD S. LITT
I '..'. HSI (I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and All Persons llnv
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY U1VBN that
tin: undersigned, desiring t<> engage in
business undei the fictitious name <>t
ALEXANDER REALTY CO. t 17210
N.w. 13rd Ave., Opa-Lucka, l'1-'-. in-
tend* t.> register wild name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Couri of Dade
Inn Claim* oi .lieiiiamls AicuUiMWi (V,uiiv Florida* -* *~*
Sjii.l Estate: ALEXANDER HHARFSTEIN
are hereby notified and requlr-
to prevent any claims and
Sol., i rwner
Stands which you may have against
ii,. t:.t. ..f BERNARD S. LIT I', d< -
fcaiwd late of Dade County, Florida,
tn tli,. Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and fill- tii*' name in duplicate Rod
m provided In Suction 733-16, Florida
Statin.-*, In,their offices in the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
ii. linn- of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
I In tell :il .Miami. Florida, lliis Mil
da) of March, A.D. 1*63.
MARTIN RUBINSTEIN
\s Executor
First publication of this not Ire on
the 13th da] of March, 1963
.\l 11 ,TI N A. I'UI EIIM A N
Attorne) for Executor
nil Ainsley Building
:: 15. S2, 2
3 8-15-2S-M
vs. MCOff DAvr-
ii
JNF Acclaims
Mrs. Davis
Mrs. Jacob (Beulah) Davis has
been selected as JNF Woman of
the Month" for March. 1963
In lauding Mrs. Da\.s ror aer
leadership as JNF Tag Day chair-,
man over a period of seven years,
Leon J. Ell. president of the
Greater Miami Jewish National
Fund Council, declared:
"As a result of the dedicated
and tireless eiforts of Mrs. Davis,
and her host of devoted volun-
teer workers, the JNF Tag Day-
drives in Greater Miami have be-
come an ever increasing source of
income for the JNF land reclam-
ation, redemption and afforesta-
tion programs in the State of Is-]
rael.
"In honoring Mrs. Davit,"
said Ell, "the JNF honors all of
our affiliated organizations, their
devoted leaders and volunteer
women, who give of their time,
strength, energy and means to
further the success of this old-
est, traditional JNF project."
Zev. W. Kogan, JNF executive
T
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
NO. 58604A
RE: Estate of
BEATRICE METER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against
Said Estate:
1'ou are herebs notified and requir-
ed to present an) i-lalma and demands
which you may have aaulnsi iin
esti......f BEATRICE MEYER, Hi
censed late of Dade County, Florida,
i. the Count) Judges of Dade Conn-
ie .in.i file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the flrsl publication here-
of, or the .-nun,- will be bnrred.
I mi..l at Miami, Florida, this 13th
day of March, A.D. l '."'.:'.
HARRIET KLINE
JAMES II MEYER
\. Executory
First publication "f this notice on
Hi. 15th day ..f March, 1863.
SIMON, HAY.- ft tlRUNDWERG
Attorneys for Executors
301 Alnsles Building
1/15, 88, 89, i S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 2719
SARA CUMMINOS
'Plaintiff
1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 5(667 B
IN RE: Estate of
ALONZO RILEY
Dcci ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and Ail Person* Hav-
ing Claims ..I Demunn* Against Said
[{state:
Y.,ii in. hi reb> notified and re-
quired i.. |>reseni hii> claims and de-
mand* which yo maj hnvi against
the estate of Alonso Kile) deceased
late ..t Dade Count). Florida, i" tlir
County Judg -s ..i I Hide County, ami
file the same In dupllcnti and as pro-
i \ ided In r* 'tlon 733. III. Florida Stat-
in their offices In the County
|Courthouse in I'ii.i. Count), Florida,
wiiiiiu -i\ calendar months from the
thin, of the rlrsl iiubllcn i I......'
..r tin- same "ill he hailed,
I lated al M ami, I In Ida, thin (2nd
il.iv of KelTUnry, A.D. I "
CLARE K RILEY
As Exi. in i\
Myi rs, Helman, K.ii'lai A i "utsinan
i ir.n s.w'. i>i si i. el
Miami 36, Florida
Attorney fm Exi i un i\
3 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY ..IVBN that
the undersigned-, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
ROBIN ASSOCIATES nl 17*0 N.E
116th -"Si No. Mi: un. Fla., Intend to
egtster said name with ll Clerk ot
the Circuit Courl of Datle County,
Florida
Lulls CALVIN Cl'TLER
HARRY VICTOR TANNOSESINI
I'miii. -
A Mil:.MAN' DRl'CKKR
\u..in. y for Pal no rs
: .".'. .". l-S-15
i)
Ida, it ii liln
I ih. time ..i
ARTHl'R MERVIN GUMMINllS
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: ARTHl'R MERVIN CUMMINOS
628 West 6th Street
[tloomlngton, Indiana
Yi >U, ARTHl'R MERVIN CUM-
MI.NiiS, are hereby notified th u :i
comiilulnt for divorce has been riled |of. or
against you and you are required i"
RPi-v, .i cop) of >..in- answer of plead-
ing t" the complaint for dlvorci on
the plaintiff's atti.....) ALANS ROH-
BNTHAL, nil Alnsle) Building, Mi-
ami, Florida, and Hie thi or ginal
unswer oi pleading In the Office "i"
Ii. nil
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58595-A
IN RE: Estate of
LILLIAN RUBIN
1 l,i-i as. il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands tgalnst Bald
Eatute:
You :ir.- hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
maniH whuii you may have against
the estate i LILLIAN RUBIN di -
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate iin.l
as provided In Kectlon 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their office* In the Coun-
urthotise in Dade County, Flor-
.six ,:il.miir months from
the flrsl publleatlon hi re-
nme in i" barred.
the Clerk dJ the I'lri ull Coui i on oi
vice president, said that "on .Mar. i....... tn< i-.11, day < April
,7, the Jewish Nalional Fund will JL^$\&n'Zj!&'7
the rellel di manded In th. romplulnl
iiiu.-i si Miami, Florida, thi
uf i'. i.iii.iiv, A.D :
ELAN) >R Fl ISTER
Administm fix
Mil TON A FRIEDMAN
\ ,,, idministratrix
lu i Altisli i 0 illdina
Mi.nni. Ilmi'lu
day
-15-22-29
ii
CASSERES. tiahrl.
i li.l v^. ,
l <:.
lied
in. /..
Mai
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, rTlCK is HEREBY ill! EN thai
th. umlerslgneil, desiring, to engage
in business under the fictitious nami
VlRlflRT I. \M>. lit
isth
observe Tag Day in Greater Mi-
ami. H is timely and befitting
that Mrs. Davis and her volunteer
workers should be honored simul-
taneously at this time.''
Un. Davis will be honored on
Mar. 20 al a meeting of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council in the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Guest speak-
er will be Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
of Beth El Congregation. Guest
artist for the evening, which be-
gins at 8 p.m.. will be soprano
Camella Kerner.
Ilvorce.
I" INK AND i >R1 'EREI' at
this 13th da) "f Mai
K. B
I ....I.
(Circuit C
B)
Miami,
LEATHERM VN.
I l Ii. i i| CUll '"III I
County, Florida
un Seal)
K. .\l I.V.MAN
leput) Clerk
:: 15, 22. 29. i 3
Intends
the Clerk
sn i Miami, Floi Idi
- ^.i .1 n:i me with
. ,,, ,,n Court "i Dade County.
"Jo'dY FVTKRT4INVHVT CORP.,
., i-i,,i Ida i "i poratlon
in Mini' Seeve, President
VMUEI. W. sli 'I"""
I,.,, i..i- sppllcani
i"i.
...,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I aW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thi n.....islgned, desiring
lr busim ss under ih. flcilt
,,i NORMANDIE HOTEL
It VNT ii '>'' ''><> '"' .
D.iH-h. Fla., Intends t" register saw
""with the Cleric ol the Circuit
of Dade County, Florida.
R VMONA R. ''Mi:/.
f"'1" Wn!?15. n. -: i I
that
. engugi
.ns name
RESTAU-
Mlil
name
Court
the Cli
Dade <
ik of
lunty,
World-renowned Cantor Ja-
jcb Konigsberg. assisted by
seph Schreibman and his
en-voice symphonic choir,
*'' conduct the Passover
^der services, as well as
vening and morning relia-
'0US services, at Abe Gefter's
^romwell Hotel throughout
* Passover holidays.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREH1 ';i^ '-N thai
the und. rslgned, firing to ^nsage
I,, business under the fictitious name
of SIN CRYSTAL <'>. "t I ,
SOI, N. Miami SI, Fla.. Intern
later said name with
the Circuit Court of
' lorW*' ARTHUR MtANK
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY G1Y LN ih.it
he undersigned, deslHng to engage
,,, CROSS WAY AIRFOBT. INC., at
', \ w I'mI Avenue, Miami. H"i-
; Intend to register sal; name
with the Clerk of the. Clrcull
Dnde County, Florida .....
\1IA.\II URPORT MOTEL
\ KI..I Ida coi poratl
B\ Hair) Seey;. I'i
SAMUEL U SHAPIRO
Attorne) for Applicant
.un
i
ci >.,
eslilenl
82, -'". I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious n.mi. "1
PERSONNEL I'RtKIRAMS nl 0 H.W.
i-i S Miami, Fla.. Intends i" reg-
ister said name lth the Clerk "i the
Circuit Courl "I Dade Count*. Floi iila.
Joseph M. Klegel, s
Professional Kervlce Corporation
|'.\ : Joseph M. Slegel, l"ri -
I S-l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58717A
IN RE: Estate of
NATHAN ALEXANDER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demandd Against Bald
Batati :
Yon are hereby mumed and re-
quir<- mands which you may have against
'he estate "f NATHAN ALEXANDER
deceased late ol Dade County, glor-
idu, to the Count) Judges of Dade
County, ^nil file the same hi duplli*te
mill li.s provided In BeottoB IH.16,
Florida Statutes. In tlnir offloes in
ih. County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty Florida, wlihln six calendar
months from the time "f the flrsl pub-
lication hereof, oi the sain.' will be
Dnti'd at Miami, Florida, this 5th
da) "< March, A l>. I9S.
JERRY' AI EXANDER
HERMAN ALEXANDER
SAM ALEXANDER
As Executor* of Estate "' Nathan
Alexander, I'. i eased,
iji-i |.ni.ii.mini of this notlci on
Mh da) of March, li>3
i k ii. un.,ii, Kaplan ,v Cutsman
i...in- Helman
\,i... .,.-' for Exi .-.it..' -
iir.ii s.W 1st sir.-, i. Miami, i la
:: 15-22-2?
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 2713
J. s. OLEASON, .11!.. :is Administra-
tor of Veterans Affairs, an Officer ,>i
the L'nlted States "f America, ,and
'in
ofli,
1 1,1.
the
My<
II
his successors in such
or their assigns,
Plaintiff.
FREDERICK t". EWALD,
Defendants.
NOT.CE OF SUIT
FREDERICK C. BYVALD
, ,. Smith
7600 District Heights Parkwa)
District Heights, Maryland
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
il.ni n suit has been brought agni
you b) .1 s QLEASON, JR., ai
minlstratnr of Veterans Affair
, in,, i- of the United Stal
l. n. and hi* successors in
un,! In* in their assigns, to foreclose
n mortgage encumbering the follow-
ing described property, to-wlt:
Lot I a in Block 40, of REVISED
ti.AT nl A PORTION i'i- THE
FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL
CITY, according t" the plai there-
of, :i- recorded in Plat Boole 6 at
paa
NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0~
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2191
LBi >N K IIITH AM lERS,
i D lltlff,
MAR1 It vNCEh P. ANDERS
I i.l'.ii.innl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in M M'.V FRANCES P. ANDERS
190 Vermont Ave.
V\ Ashvllle, N.c.
Y.ni are herebj notified that a Bill
..i C.....plaint for Divorce has been
riled against you, and you ase re-
quired to serve a copy "f your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
,,n the plaintiff's Attorney, SHEVTN.
Qoodman & Holtsntan and file the
original Answer or Pleading In tho
office of the Clerk the Circuit Court
,,n or before the Mh da) of April, IMS
ir v,.ii fnil to do so, Judgment by de-
fault win be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill ol Com-
Thi* notice shall i- published i i
each week for foui consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
K)NB AND tRDERED al Mlam
ii-i Floi Ida, Hii- i-i oa) of March A.D.
un i: B. LEATHBRMANj Clerk,
. ,.f Am. i Clrcull Court, I >ade Count Floi d I
u.h office, (seal) B) C. P COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
sinvln. Goodman & Holtxman
346 S'eybold Building
Miami -J. I loridn
Attorneys for Plaintiff
:: 8-15-22-28
,n,l Ills
of
. I la.I.
anil >
UllSMi'l
cult C
ai the
on^, or
serve
of the public records
County, Florida;
.11 are required t" ffle your
with the Clerk ol the Clr
.un ..: Dade County, Florida,
Courthouse in Miami, Florida,
before April Hi. IM, anil to
i copy of tucdj answer upon
MYERS, HBIMAN. KAPLAN &
CATSMAN, I'lnintiff's attorneys,
whose address in Bleven-FVty Bond-
ing, 1150 B.W. l'list Street, Miami :t.
Florida, on or helm,' said date, as
required by th.. :>.s "f Florida, if
you full to do so. the complaint will
i taken as confessed bs yu ami
a Decree Pro Confesso will be enter-
ed against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint.
i'atkm this 13th day of March,
19(3,
K it. LEATHERMAN
Clerk ""f the Clrcull Court
l >:>.i< County, Florida
B) C. P. I'ul'KI.AN'l'
Deputy Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN, KAPLAN
A CATSMAN
Kiev en-Flftv Building
1 i:,i. s w. i- Ii -'. Stn .I
\ i i i-.i Ida
:: IS, t^. .:. i ".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58425- B
IN RE: Estate "f
JOSEPH A. COHEN
l leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and AH Persons Ha> -
ing Claims or Demands AgamU Bald
Estate:
Yon are hereby notified nn,i re-
quired t" present any claims and di
mamls whi.li yon ma) have against
the estate ot JOSEPH A. COHEN de-
ceased Inte ..I Dade County, Florida
I,, the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and fil. the same In duplicate and
as provided In Hectlon 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same \< ill be barred
Dated al Ke) West, Florida, this
i-i da> of March, A.D '
I MARTIN D. .....IEN
\. Exi .in..i
Aronovlts, Slh-ei s, h< r
Attorm > for Kxecutoi
Mnsli i Illilg Miami. Fla,
:: S-15-22-2J


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