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"eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 36 — Number 12 Miami, Florida, Friday, March 22. 1963 Two Sections — Price 2.' Negro Newspaper in Lopsided View of American Jewish Role IEO MINDIIN VIEWS NEGRO TODAY PAGE 4-A NEW YORK — (JTA) — The New York Amstcr1,,'n News, a leading Negro weekly newspaper, sharply criticized here fiis week for a report ,n its current issue alleging that "a highly confidential study" had established that "Jews control New York City's top jobs." The weekly also assertd that the study demonstrated that Jews "hold 53 per cent of top positions" in tity government though they constituted only 26.4 per cent of the citypopulation. The newspaper did not specify the sponsorship of the "secret" survey beyond implying that it was done by Protestants. Subsequently ft developed that such a study had been made under sponsorship of the Protestant Council of the City of New York. The Protestant Council issued a statement "profoundly" regretting the implications in the Ams'erc'am News version of the survey, which the Council said it had never intended to publish because it was too "tentative and inconclusive." The Council also asserted that the weekly's version "distorts the purpose of the study." Former U.S. Envoy Warns Congress On Middle East Unrest WASHINGTON —(JTA)— GreatRep. Reid said that while the American vigilance in the MilUnited States had persistently en%  :— %  %  %  •!! die East was urged in Congress this week by Rep. Ogden Reid. \, York Republican and former 1 S. Ambassador to Israel, in connection with the current proKasser developments in Syria. Iraq. Yemen. Algeria Adopts Law Detrimental To the Jews i PARIS (JTA) The Alger ian Parliament adopted this week nationality law which was described by legal experts here 'discriminator]! against nonMoslem residents" of Algeria, who e some 15.000 Jew-. The experts also asserted that •In new law was "contrary to the and letter of the Francotl rian Evian agreement" by which Algeria won independence from France after many years as, ench colony. During the long and stormy debate in the Algerian National Assembly, which preceded the vote, a number of Arab deputies openly called for a "Moslem AlContinued on Page 10-A South Africa Leader Critical ; JOHANNESBURG — (JTA) — Tin condition of Judge Simon Kuper, the South African Jewish leader who was shot Mar. 8 irr an .-.mation attempt, remained "most critical" according to a hospital report this week. Prayers for his recovery were offered in synagogues and churches. The gunman vanished after the shooting, and police began an immediate investigation. No political motive was suspected in the assassination attempt since Judge Kuper never took part in politics. Judge Kuper. a former president Ihe South African Jewish Board ol Deputies, was named to the High Court in 1955 after a distinguished career as an attorney. Meanwhile, Mrs. Kuper made public an appeal from her husband to South Africa's Orthodox couraged close peaceful cooperation among the countries in the Middle East and welcomed planning for coordinated economic development, the political and military pattern which was "slowly emerging" could be "a matter for serious concern." He added that the restatement by Secretary of State Dean Rusk "of our concern for the in dependence and security of Jordan and Saudi Arabia was therefore most pertinent and timely." Rep. Reid reminded the House that the formation on October 23. 1956 of a Joint Command of Egypt and Syria with the stated purpose ol "the liquidation of Israel" in large measure triggered action by the Government of IsraeJ in Sinai —as Isreal believed its security was threatened and that Us survival was at stake. Mr. Reid told the House that this required action by Israel "in self-defense." OGDEN REID triggered action The Amsterdam News version also was con demned b> the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith the American Jewish Committee, ;.nd the Urban League, a Negro organization. The Amsterdam News reported that the survey had "far reaching implications" since it had been indicated that about 85 per cent of the city's Protestants are Negroes. According to the Amsterdam News version, one of the survey's conclusionwas that "Jews tend to get jobs far in excess of their percentage of Ihe population" and that Jews "are overrepresented in 31 categories and underrcprescnied in five categories" in city positions. The Amsterdam News report -aid that the "results and conclus iors" were based on a study of "the 2.444 top positions, with a total of 2.161 person reporting their religious affiliation." Among "specific results" cited by the Amsterdam News as arising from the study were that "in the city and borough administrative offices, of 656 persons who reported a religious affiliation, 310 were Catholic, 260 v.ere Jewish, and only 75 Protestant." The field of education, according to Ihe Nemo weekly's vers'on of the study, "had the greatest disparity, where of 821 religionaffiliations reported. 806 were Jewish, ltil Catholic. Continued on Page 9-A Israel Chief of Staff Cautions New Syria; Reply Made to Charges at United Nations SYRIA-MAO DRIVt AGAINST ISRAtl PAOt 10-A TEL WIV — fJTA) — A new warning to.the Syrians agalnsl anj aggression towards Israel was given Tuesday by Gen. ZvJ Tnir. Israel Chief of stall at a graduation exercise of new Air Force pilots Referring to recent Syrian shoot Canadian Party Rebukes Candidate's Anti Semitism serving as a scapegoat lor Syria's ir.ternal troubles. He said also that Israel would not accept the proposition that last Thursday. Gen. Tzur declarwhatever foe policy Oi the new reed that Israel had no intention f ^.^ jn Syrja wol||(! ,„. ha fo e Syrians should create chaos in the border areas. ing in the Lake Tiberias area and a new attack by Syrian gunners or Israeli fishermen on the lake last Thursday. Gen. Tzur dcclar TORONTO (JTA) The Social Credit Party rebuked this week a candidate who had been accused of making anti-Semitic utterances in a campaign speech but permitted him to continue as the party's nominee in St. Pauls riding. Norman Coult. vice president of the Social Credit Party in Ontario said that Neil Carmichael. who had accused the Rothschild familv of trving to ect control of all Canadian mines through concealed agents, would be permitted to continue his campaign but would not be encouraged to seek election again. Carmichael has contested the seat unsuccessfully in five elections. A committee of 18, composed of Social Credit candidates in Ontario, prospective candidates and party organizers, took the decision on Carmichael after conferring here with Robert Thompson, the national party chief, who flew into Toronto to investigate the development. The committee was sharply divided on whether or not to call for Carmichael's resignation as a candidate. A majority of ihe committee held that the candidate had been careless and indiscreet, but not anti-Semitic. Court said that "fortunately, there is little of this sort Continued on Page 5-A A Syrian complaint to the United Nations that Israel had engaged in a series of aggressive acts against Syria in the Lake Tiberias area was challenged Sunday in an Israeli communication to the United Nations, which called the charges false and fabricated. In turn. Ambassador Michael Comay, the Israeli permanent representative. cited a lengthy scries ol Syrian attacks on Israeli targets In the area. The denial and Ihe countercharges were contained in a letter to SecretaryGeneral U Thant which Israel asked be circulated to members of the Security Council. Mr. Comay said that a state ment in the Syrian complaint, clat ed Jan. 30, that an armed Israel patrol crossed the armistice line into Syria, was "a fabrication." A Continued on Paqe 8-A Musician Goes On Trial For ~ Assist to Nazis TEL AVIV — (JTA) Hi. Rirenblat. former conductor of I-rael Opera, went on trial here this week on charges of havir. helped to roundup Jews for extermination by the Nazis as a Je ish policeman in Nazi-held Pola during World War II. In presenting the case, prosecutor David Libai said it was Ihe first in which an Israeli court had been called on to determinewhether service by a Jew aa policeman under the Nazis made him a member of a "hostile or ganisation" under the Israeli law for the punishment of Nazis their collaborators. This is the law under which Aciolf Eichmann was tried, convicted and hanged. Birenblat was a member of the Jewish police in Bendin, a force established by the Nazisponsored Judenrat for that ghetto. The charge sheet against him listed accusations that he Continued on Page 11-A 1UIM %  ••* __ _____ _____—— Arrest Israeli Charged With Kidnap of Scientist %  • — Thi> Israeli in iaii. and an Ac Continued on Page 2-A JERUSALEM (JTA) The Israeli press expressed astonishment Tuesday over the arrest in Basle Switzerland, of an Israeli on a charge of allegedly "threatening" a German missile scientist working for Egypt. The Israel Ambassador to Switzerland. Shmuel Bentsur. reported to the Foreign Ministry here that he had been denied access to the arrested Israeli and that he does not even know his name. However, he sail that the Swi-s authorities may permit him to see the arrested man in jail Wltiun the next few day-. The entire case involves a "cloak and dagger" story concerning charges that German scientists are working for Egypt, in Cairo, in efforts to develop a cobalt bomb. German police, Swiss police, Interpol operatives and, allegedly, both Israeli and Arab undercover agents are presumably part of the story, according to Swiss dispatches. The Israeli in jail, and an Austrian arrested with him. were reportedly taken into custody after they had been trapped in a Basle hotel h the daughter of a German scientist. The woman. Miss Heidi Goerk, presumably told the Israeli and the Austrian she wantContinued on Page 7-A :



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vyo Page 2-A vJewist fk>rkfiatn Friday, March 22, 1 Dr. Zev W. Kogan, Miami Beach attorney and Jewish National Fund leader, presents a check for Hie membership in the Miami Beach District of the Zionist Organization of America to Mendel Fisher, of New York City, national life membership chairman of the ZOA, at a recent function in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left to right are Leon Ell, chairman of the Greater Miami JNF Council; Miss Tova Roni, noted Israeli singer; Fisher; Dr. Kogan; Ezra Finegold. president of the Brandeis Zionist District of Miami Beach; and Gil Rappaport, Southeast Region director of the ZOA. Acdd. Students To Enter Fair Ten students from the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami will enter special projects for competition in the ninth annual South Florida Science Fair at Dinner Key Auditorium this week. According to Joseph Ackner. head of the science department at the Academy, projects entered will range from ballistics to the chemistry ol soap. Representing the Academy in he competition will be ninth graders Michael Gewitz, Ronald Bergman and Aaron Friedman; eighth traders. Marc Sommers and Norman Solomon: and seventh grade students, Chaim Sukenik, Melvin Farber. Mark Schickman, Jeffery Katz and Sheldon Weiss. The Academy will sponsor an nter-school science fair contest at the school South Africa Leader is Critical Continued from Page 1-A and Reform Jews to patch up their differences which have led to an order from the Orthodox Beth Din (rabbinical court) to Orthodox rabbis to boycott any communal function attended by a Reform rabbi. Judge Kuper had planed a public appeal in the religious dispute and had made some notes just before he was shot. Mrs. Kuper found the notes ar.d made them public this week. The notes indicated that Judge Kuper had planned to criticize the attacks on Orthodox Judaism by Rabbi Ahron Opher. a Chicago rabbi who took a pulpit here. 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tfgfi MctTch 22, 1963 m fcnfcj) fFforHdHimr Page 3-A fikur Cholim Names Ssegel Exec. DSrectpr Bikur iiolim Kosher Convalesfenl Hom of Greater Miami has ,ppoin"-n Sidney Slc S eI %  l xecu Bve dir< %  •• gj 0 g(! former assistant to the development director at Cedars of Lebano-. Hospital. He ha< been asiistan' executive director of ,i u i I**bed Brooklyn Hebrew Home Md Hospital for the age.1, served %  work In set tin g istation and general hospitals to Mrs Joseph E. sidenl of Bikur Choi ; pointment of siegel is but or> step in expanding and improv facilities of the organiutioi Soviet Jews Won't Have Matzoth 2t v %  *•; Sen. Albert Gore, of Tennessee, is featured guest speaker at the 18th anniversary convention oi the Southeast Region. Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, this weekend in Nashville, Tenn. Delegates from synagoques in eight states will take part in the three-day regional conclave of the national organization serving 3,100 Jewish congregations throughout the United States and Canada. JERUSALEM (JTA) Soviet Jewry will be without matzith this Passover again, according to. a cable received here from Moscow from authentic sources. The cable said that Moscow bakeries are neither prepared for the baking of matzoth, nor have they re-' ceived any Passover flour rations las yet. Unless the Soviet authorities permit Passover food from • abroad, there will be no matzoth : in the Soviet Union this year, the! I cable emphasized. Dr. N'ahum Goldmann, addressing the opening session of the General Zionist Council, said he received a report revealing that Chief Rabbi J. L. Levin, of Moscow, informed the members of his synagogue last week that matzoth will not he available in the Soviet Union this year. "This change in the tradition of Jewish life under the Soviet regime for decades, during which Matzoth were previously provided, points to the tendencies of the present Soviet rulers with regard to the Jewish problem." Dr. Goldman stated. The Soviet Government. Dr. Gojdmaju stressed, must realize that the Jewish people, which lost ; %  third of its number in the present generation, cannot and will not be able to renounce 3,000,000 Jewwho, although not threatened by physical extermination, lace the .serious danger.of spiritual, religious and national assimilation, if the Soviet Government is sincerely opposed to anti-Semitism. it* duly is to halt anti-Jewish publicity which ireplete with dangers for Soviet Jewry, the leader o! the world Zionist movement declared. 'The Soviet Government canot deny the fact that in comparison with other national minorities and religions in the Soviet Union there is a blatant discrimination against Soviet Jewry," he emphasized. 'Living Hebrew 1 Series to End Final program in the television series of "Living Hebrew" will oe broadcast on Thursday, Anr. 4, 10 p.m.. over Ch. 2. Subject of the last program will be "Festival of Passover." with a special cast of students of Temple Menorah under the direction of Mrs. Norma Robinowitz. The class will present a Seder in modern Hebrew and song. Narrator and Instructor will be Louis Schwartzman, executive director Ol the Bureau of Jewish Education, Committee of the Bureau originating the program consists of Al Sherman, Herbert Berger, Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, story editor. Meyer Samberg. Fay Feinstein, Zvi Rosenkranz, art director, and Herbert Bloom. Crime Authority fo Speak B'nai B'rith. Miami Beach Lodge, will hold its next weekly luncheon and cultural meeting on Tuesday noon at the Lincoln Lane Restaurant. Guest speaker will be Daniel Sullivan, whose subject will be "Major Crimea in Miami." SIDNEY SltGtL 1 J pycr % z\c fttisv :vt BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. 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Page 4-A +Jew/$ti ncrktian Friday. March 22. 1963 :-l!.l.i -t" M.'-l, !t! I:i .HI ~*Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 TIED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher uEO MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel BAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday si-ice 1927 by The Jewish Flortdlaa nt 120 N.R. Slsth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami. Florida. TIB JewtahTloHdlan has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. o English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida P'esi Assn The Jewish Flurldlan does not guarantee the Knshruln of the merchandise advertised In Its columns. Nasser: The Castro Of the Middle East HES SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year S5.00 Three Years 110.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 12 Friday. March 22, 1963 26 Adar 5723 SPANDA.U WAR CRIMES PRISON V0NSHACH SP£BR The significance of the Central %  Jiierican conference on Castro Cuba :.iis week involves the future of this •emisphere. The amount of agoniz-ng thought the Administration has given to the problem is indicative of ttl overwhelming importance. From the days of President Monoe. the United States has lived acrordir.g to the principle that no nao:. shall intrude with impunity into the affairs of our hemisphere. Since :.-ie rise of Castro, the principle has : eer. violated to the very foundation of its highest purpose — and last October's confrontation with the Soiet Union indicates that we are Contibutors, however unwilling ones, to -ie violation. To the extent that our deep hemispheric anxieties have taken up -.lost of our government's time and nought, we have in similar propor-on neglected another area of this nation's interest — the Middle East. •Ve suggest that recent events there "ive as much cause for worry as do the circumstances which precipitated the Central American conference here. A fundamental difference between the two situations is that we can still do something cbout acting to shape the Middle East into an crderly and productive part of the world; while ..n our own hemisphere, we sadly neglected the ranger signs, so that now all we can do is to :eact That the Middle East is not in our own zack yard makes it no less significant to our reaceful future. U.S. foreign policy during the past year has tended to support Nasser's drive :or a Pan-Arab Middle East, with himself as dictator. So have U.S. dollars. When the State Department denies this ry declaring that our foreign aid to Egypt is merely in the form of food credit, and totally -me la ted to the Nasser military buildup, it skirts the issue; for. in fact, U.S. aid under any circumstances gives Nasser the capacity to manipulate his budget in such a way that he :an extend his credits abroad for the purchase :f additional arms. The recent revolutions in Yemen, Iraq, and r.ow Syria are all easily traced to such an unenable U.S. policy in the Middle East. The Administration's sad reaction to the events in Yttnen prove that our government is not too happy about the shape of things in that part :t the world. Yet the procrastination continues — as it cid in Latin America. If once we are closed cut in the Middle East, it will be no good call_ng conferences to freeze Nasser. That is where the parallel ends. In our own back yard we are busy today trying to patch up :he errors of the past. There will be no mitigating opportunity for us in the Middle East when Nasser finally pulls his Castro. The Swiss Farce Arrest Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir was reported this week to have invited U.S. Ambassador Walworth Barbour for discussions re .citing to Egypt's non-conventional weapons cuildup. The discussions are presumably part of the sensational arrest in Switzerland of an Israeli, who is alleged to have been involved in kidr.ap plans of a German rocket scientist working for the Nasser Government. Israel's denial of the charge is somewhat untenable, but this does not deny the importance of Israel's growing anxiety about the Egyptian buildup. It is sad enough that the arrested Israeli, thus far unnamed, has been held virtually incommunicado, and that Israel's Ambassador at Berne, Shmuel Bentsur, was as of midweek still refused permission to see him. But the cool manner in which the world's atomic powers have reacted to the situation is even more sad. Much has been made in recent weeks of the split in NATO as a result of Charles de Gaulle's refusal to give up his drive toward the achievement of independent atomic status in Europe. Much has also been made of the supposedly secret U.S.-Soviet understanding in the matter of preventing world proliferation of atomic powers. But the buildup in Nasser's Egypt suggests that there is less understanding than either or both of the partners to it recognize. Israel as of Wednesday promised that, in the event something is not done to shed some light on the Swiss arrest farce, she would be forced to make public "vast and startling" information about foreign participation in Egypt's program of producing rockets, missiles and other nonconventional weapons. We may expect some prettv red faces shortly. Senseless Prejudice the week %  *1 sffe if by LEO MINDLIN % &f .. : %  i M. M MM The Amsterdam News, one of the nation's most important Negro publications, has taken a sociologic study carried out by the Protestant Council of the City of New York and distorted its purpose and conclusions to come up with some startling anti-Semitic data. The unhappy part of the whole affair is that the Amsterdam News feature merely emphasizes a growing trend in American Neqro publications. No responsible Negro leader will deny the role that American Jewry has played in the advancement of Negro rights, or the purpose American lews have shown, as individuals and in organizations, to stand at the forefront of civil libertarian endeavor in behalf of all men, regardless of race. Certainly needed today is a shoring up of the communication lines between the Negro and Jewish communities of our nation. But it would be idle to see this as a one-sided affair. If grievances exist, they should be stated as grievances — not as ugly anti-Semitic sentiments which seem especially strange coming from a people who have the best kind of understanding of the senselessness of prejudice. %  THE BATTLE against relig-C • ious instruction in the pub lie schools is in fact a battle being waged by the Protestant majority to retain its pre ViouSly-entrenched posftlori ot primacy in American society If it did nothing more. the slim 1960 Democratic victory proved this beyond question For the Kennedy triumph however marginal, uncovered the Protestant decline by putting the spotlight on the newly-emergins sources of I'.S. political power. It was not the vast monolithic area! ot the nation, with their fairly predictable geographic interests, that elected Mr. Kennedy to office. It was instead, the recently-amalgamated coalition minority groups m the huge urban and suburban clusters across the land that turned the tide in his favor. For perhaps the first time, the rurt areas of the country, despite the traditional stranglehold thev haw managed on our political destinies, found their grip sprung bv th urban centers, where Catholics. Jews, and Negroes represent a


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Pririov. March 22, 1963 vfet**f> tkrklfonr Page 5-A Canadian Party Rebukes Candidate Continued from Page 1-A of thing leftHe (Mr. Carmichacl); the executive director of the Socselves from Carmichacl's views, not "legally" demand Carmiehacl's resignation as a candidate, il a leftover from an era we ial Credit Association of Canada ISwould sooner forget about." sued a statement disavowing CarAs other Social Credit candi; michacl's remarks. The state; "has no sympathy with any peodatcs hastened to dissociate them-'ment sail that the party could pie who are anti-Semitic in their "but we will accept it if offered." The statement said that the party outlook or anti any other nationality." A former Jewish member of Parliament, David Lewis, deputy loader of the New Democratic Party, charged that Social Credit assurances were no guarantee against further antiSemitic outbreaks by that party's members. He said the Social Credit mov.ment had anti-Semitic incbsatii since its earliest days and tu.: always attracted "undemoorati; elements." The Canadian Jt.-wis Congress was said to have rx> in contact with leaders of the So ial Credit Party on the CarafcG i acl incident. rescue CM? is a must For the third year in a row. thousands of Jewish men, women and children have a chance to move from la..Js of despair. A human tide of European and North African Jews turns to us for help to start new lives in Israel and other lands. We must rescue them right now, while they have the chance to go. But in Israel, the task of transporting, receiving and adequately absorbing tens of thousands of new immigrants — as well as those who have come into the country since 1961 is straining the capacities of Israel's people to the danger point. And in France, where 160,000 retugees have crowded in recent months, the aid programs of the Joint Distribution Committee are being taxed to the utmost. Now is the time to help avert the danger. Now is the time to guarantee full rescue and resettlement and turn the human tide home. Give your increased gift to UJA's Regular Campaign. Then give a great extra gift to UJA's Special Fund for New Immigrants. We've Saved 3,000,000 lives Let's save more 25th Anniversary Year Campaign united Jewish Appeal $36,000,000 SPECIAL FUND in addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN • ...„,, rnuuirtFE NEW YORK ASSOCIATION FOR NEW AMERICANS AN0 UNITED HIAS SERVICE. Mill! (I. UNITED ISRAEL APPEM, JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE, NEW TOR* GIVE NOW-HELP NOW In Israel-Help .'08,000 immigrants, new and old. Help bring in this year's thousands give them initial ajd build 16.000 housing units. Help unabsorbed immigrants of previous years: J30,000 Immigrant farm settlers still struggling, just short of economic independence (23,000 can make it this year, if UJA's goal is met). 51,000 aged and handicapped immigrants yearning tor renewed usefulness. 33,000 young people in need of vocational and youth training help. Outside lsrol-Sustain 267,000 men. women and children including: In Europe, Moslem lands-Help thousands on the move and other thousands waiting their turn with transportation and reception aid, food, shelter, mcdiGal care and training 258,000 in all. In USA, other lands Aid and resettle 9,000 refugees. YOUR PLEDGE TO CJA TODAY CAN SAVE JEWISH LIVES AROUND THE CORNER AND AROUND THE WORLD COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL 1317 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 32, Fla. FR 3-0411



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fQqp IC Page 6-A rjmisti fk>ridfiann Friday, March 22. 1963 ?JCJA Solicitation Notes Increases Left to right are J. Gerald Lewis, Joseph H. Gardner and Charies Reskin. hosts for the Crystal House cocktail party last week at which residents made their pledges for the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal ccmpaign. They are shown with Ernest JanK qeneral co-chairman of the campaign. The meeting resulted in a total pledge of 55,600, including 15 new contributors to Federation from resident? of Crystal House. Million Dollar Cccktc:! Party Joseph M. Lipton, Sam C. LevThey have announced that if enson and Jaj I. Ki>lak have inthe campaign maintains itcurvited past contributors to the rent pace, the Standard Club cockGreater Miami Jewish Federation tail party on Thursday 'may well to a •Million Dollar" cocktail be the scene <>l an announcement partv at the Standard Club. Duthat the 1963 CJA drive has none pont Plaza Hotel, on Thursday, ever the St.000.000 mark in pi. % %  Mar. 28. on behalf of the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal. Lipton is vice president of Federation, and a past general camReports from workers in the General Solicitation drive of the !963 Combined Jewish Appeal are being returned to the Grtater Miami Jewish Federation oflicr indicating nol only increased cov erage of the membership of men's and women's organizations, but also a significant number of increased contributions, it was announced by Judge Milton A. Fried man. chairman of the drive. "As we near the mid-point of the CJA campaign, all cards for solicitation have been placed in the hands of workers of leading organizations, and I urge those uho have not already seen their prospects to do so and file their report to Federation, so that they may be included in their organi. zation's total support." Judge Friedman said. "Because names of potential contributors are turned into the Federation office every day, additional workers from all organizations can prove most valuable in offering their services to cover these cards," Judge Friedman ac"ded "so that we may blanket Dade County and do a job for Federation that will make the Silver Anniversary year a memorable one, additional volunteers are always most welcome." for General Solicitation nounced that her unit l,„ again provided a great number of workers in the Silver Anniversary year. "As Federation tries to reach an increased goal, n p, higher than in the previov puign. not only does ever pros. peel count, but each per: learns the Federation story can also pass this information about the needs of the community to his personal friends and ass Mrs. Feinberg noted. Mrs Charles P. Feinberg, chairWomen's Organizations man Airmen Being Reassigned Airman Third Class Stanley F. Orlik. Jr.. is being reassigned to a strategic defense unit following his graduation from the United States Air Force technical training course tor weapons mechanics at Lowry AFB. Colo. Airman Orlik was trained to load, maintain and inspect the SEE THE CHAMPIONS weapons used in Air Force fight General co-chairmen for the 19S3, er and bomber aircraft. CJA. honoring the 2.">th anniverA former student at the Unisaries of the Greater Miami Jewversity of Florida, he entered the ish Federation and of the United service in August, 1962. He is the paign chairmen Leyenson is cod son f M an( Mrs Slan F f0f ,h land and Ernest Janis. Orlik. 6121 SW 92nd Ct. Temple Beth Shirah presents "Be My Guest" An Original Musical Co.-nedy starring WYNNE IAPIN ond DOROTHY ftOTlrl Written end Directed b LILLIAN BURAK Saturday Mar. 23 Saturday Mar. 30 Sund Mar. 24 Sundd, Mar. 31 At Flagler-Granada Auditoium 50 N.W. 51st Place, Miami Curtain Time 8:30 Donation S2.00 For Tickets Call CE 5-0364 HI 5-1S50 Silver Anniversary campaign, and Kislak is a trustee of Federation. Rabbi Shapiro On Television Rabbi Norman X. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, will officiate and deliver the sermon over station WLBW.. Ch. 10, on "The Jewish Worship Hour," at 10:30 a.m., Sunday. Hitopic will be "Foretelling or Retelling." Beth David Children's Choir %  will offer a group of liturgical. Israeli, and Hassidic songs directed by Cantor William W. Lipson. Members of the choir are Rose Edith Berson. Donna Ehrens, Sheila Ehrens. Julian Genet, Barbara Ginsberg, Marilyn Greene. Iris Levy, Denise Joy Lipson, Mira Loma>kin, Ben Louis Sehachter. Harold Scherr, Arnold Sirull. Robert Tanenbaum. Alan Weinstein. and Debbie Welkind. Tifereth Jacob Women's Program Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood board meeting was held on Monday evening, with the gen eral meeting of the Sisterhood scheduled for Wednesday even big, Mar. 27. Members of the Sisterhood were planning to attend the Florida Branch Of National Women's League annual Torah brunch on Thursday. Mar 21. 11:30 a.m., in the Lombardy Hotel. Rabbi David Shapiro-, of Hollywood, was to be guest speaker. 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r. fr^gy, March 22, 1963 rjHrtst) florlttirun Page 7-A Arrest Israeli Charged With Kidnap of Scientist do not want their scientists to be the .M.ear-head for new assaults jens Goerk, from continuing against the Jewish people." Other Continued from Page 1-A mio ci < %  .urge' ,. .. ... 1 %  '• %  ( ", ... m Israeli, dec arec Maariv, "after bering perhaps !" J*£*2J£L a '' rlvl ,l : lum 1 "' Basle oi Nasser to perfect wd proh(T mvn fm „, d W ""wT r" n nrohihited P un C te neut "*' Scales nons0im pi which are p oh.b.ted unvvu{nU ^ (k „. international law ttese Isra(l| Ihat cannot b(i scientist.helped .Nasser develop •" pig pockets which, he had boast"The Swiss authorities were ed could hit Israel The majority well informed about the meeting.' nf these German scientists are unthe editorial continued. "But. as clerstond to be employed by Egypt nothing violent took place, why hrough Swiss firms with headdid they arrest the Israeli and why uarters in Zurich. Israel's Foreign Ministry was ready -ome months ago to approach the Bonn Government on lhi> issue and has contemplated publication of a White Book giving details about the work being done by German scientists for Nasser's missile and rocket programThe German scientists at work on this phase of Nasser's armament porgram arc men who served the Nazi regime and now want to help Nasser destroy Israel, the reports indicated. When the Israeli and the Austrian were arrested in the Basle hotel in connection with the Goerk case, secret agents of the Bonn Government were reportedly part of the Swiss police cordon, acting as "observers." The Jerusalem Post stated editorially Sunday that "in a desire to protect the interests of their Arab customers, the Swiss appear to have let themselves become the instrument of a German group. We believe most Germans today 1 do they reveal such a strong attitude which culminates in a threat to try the Israeli? Israel makes efforts to prevent development of Egyptian missiles, carried out with the aid ol German scientists. Are Swiss authorities interested in the success of the German-Swiss cooperation in the development of non-conventional weapons?" The paper expressed a hope that the Swiss will find a way to "end this affair The Herut faction in the Knesset, Israel's Parliament,


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?;ge 8-A <*, MI i # rtnrMifon Friday, March 22. .1963 Summer Day Camp Programs Told by Center *%* Enrollment lor the summer day camp season will be started this week at all branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by A. Budd Cutler, president. The service, conducted at three branch locations in Dade County during the summer vacation period, is available for boys and giris between the ages of 4'a and 11. Established to serve those children who are not yet ready or able to attend away-fromMt. Sinai Hospital receives a grant for its cancer program :.om the United Order of True Sisters. Accepting the contri: ation on behalf of the hospital is Samuel Gertner, executive ; irector, from Mrs. Ed Lewis, president of Miami 43 Chapter. Vith them are Mrs. Fred Fuller, area cancer chairman for the nited Order of True Sisters, and Mrs. Rose Ollendorf, presient of the Greater Miami Circle. Dr. Jerome Benson (right), t .lief pathologist of Mt. Sinai, looks on. In addition to annual : rants, the group has also presented the radio-isotope ma: .line now in use at Mt. Sinai for cancer and tumor treatment : nd research. Israel Chief of Staff Warns Syria Against New Provocations Continued from Page 1-A lilar description was applied to -yrian charge that Israeli "gunats" approacncci. the eastern ores of Lake Tiberias to carry t "provocative actions against rian citizens." Noting that iere are no Israeli gunboats" the lake. Mr. Comay said that ere were Israeli patrol boats in .itine patrols on the lake "which within Israel territory" to prot Ijraeli fishing and to prevent .• rusions from Syria. Ambassador Comay formed sof*i "false" and "ridiculous," a f-yrian charge that an Israel tvnboat kidnaped a Syrian citizen and stole a Syrian gunboat •rom River Al-Matadiah in Syr•n territory. He pointed out it as physically impossible for an sroot boat to leave the lake, I TOSS land and enter the river and then repeat the trip in reverse. He added that the fact was that a Syrian fisherman who was illegally fishing on the lake was arrested by Israel police and that IN authorities had been notified and had questioned the fisherman. Mr. Comay stressed that the circulation of the Syrian letter "was the first indication the Israel authorities have ever had of the allegations" in the letter. Mr. Comay agreed there was a serious situation and that it was c'ue "entirely to the Syrian violations of the General Armistice Agreement." He then cited instances of Syrian aggression reported to the Mixed Armistice Commission. These included firing on Israeli fishing boats on the lake from Syrian gun positions on Jan. 17, Feb. 1, Feb. 5, and Mar. 14. Moadon to Hear Federation Exec. Next meeting of Moadon, the Hebrew-speaking cultural group of Greater Miami, will be held on Thursday evening. Mar. 28. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1234 Washington Ave. Highlighting the agenda will be guest speaker, Carmi Schwartz, who will discuss 'The Role of Federation in the Community." Schwartz is assistant director of planning and budget of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Before arriving in Miami, he was administrative assistant to the director of Federation of Jewish Community Services and the Combined Jewish Appeal in Montreal, Canada. He holds degrees from IfcGill University in social psychology and social work. He is graduate of the Montreal Hebrew Academy and the Herzliah High School. A discourse on "Perek Yomi" will be presented by Harry Perr ach. instructor at the Hebrew Academy. Jewish current events will be presented by Sholom Applebaum, head teacher of the Israelite Center. The evening will end with community singing, led by Cantor Hirsch Adler. of Temple EmanuEl. President of Moadon is Irving Shalom. home camp, the program is operated by the Center at the following three locations in Dade County: Miami Branch, 450 SW 16th Ave.; Miami Beach Branch, 1536 Bay Rd.; and North County Branch, 14036 NE 6th Ave. Children living in the far southwest end of the county will be served through the Miami Branch, which is makmg special transportation arrangements. Beginning on June IT. these camps will be conducted for an eight-week period. Sunday through Friday. 9 a.m.. to 4 p.m. Children may be enrolled for either four or eight weeks. Campers bring a packaged lunch, and the Center provides noontime milk and midatternoon snack. Transportation service wiH h available at all locations. Chilclien are placed in groups of 12 t* 15 campers, according to age am sex. Each group is led by a lean of two counselors: a senior com selor of college age or older, an ; %  junior counselor. The whole range of camp actiw ties will be included in this pro. gram, featuring swimming ji >i ruction at selected pools, ath lelfcs. arts and crafts, dramatic camp singing, story-telling, am nature lore. Once a week, campers will g trips to, places of intere-t Ri Cross-qualified waterfront satet; instructors will he in chargi the swimming pool, and full-tim arts and crafts specialists arc ..signed to each camp. Rabbi Schiff Will Speak Rabbi Solomon Schiff will speak on his experiences during a recent trip through South America at a meeting of the Workmen's Circle,! I. L. Perctz School, 1545 SW 3rd St., on Tuesday. Rabbi Schiff is! spiritual leader of Beth El. 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Friday. March 22, 1963 *• Jewish fkrkHckr Page 9-A Mayo: Joseph Levy of Eilath (center) meets Miami Beach May01 Kenneth Oka (left) at an official welcome in his honor at Micfini Beach City Hall. Looking on is Jacob C. Fishman, veteran Zionist here. Mayor Levy was in the Greater Miami area last week to discuss with local leaders the achievements of Hisiadrut in Israel. Negro Newspaper in Lopsided View of American Jewish Role Continued from Page 1-A .4 Protestant." The judiciary. tlie weekly asserted, '"both apvi ..nil elective, showed that ol 541 reporting their religion. .'Til ..re Catholic, 214 Jewish, and 18 ;.re Protestant \-ionp state legislators, the. Amsterdam News said, "of us with religious preference report1 t(i. P4 are Catholics. 60 Jewish and; only 11 Protestant, On an overall lotal of the 2.161 persons in top citj posts. 1.154 are Jewish. 818 Catholic and 189 Proiestant." The ADL, disclosing it was making representations to the weekly's publisher, said it deplored the Cedars Receives Coveted Nod by Accrediting Unit Following a recent inspection by a field representative of the Board of Commissioners of the Joint Commission on Accrediting of Hospitals. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has been approved for accreditation for three years. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the board, said Wednesday that "fie official family of Cedars and our medical staff are proud of this approval, ll is a rare instance where a hospital achieves accreditation after one year of service We are most pleased, especially when only 100 hospitals out of 7.000 throughout the United States receive accreditation within one year. "We are particularly proud that the medical staff was commended •for the obvious good care of the patients in this hospital'.'' Myers added. Cedars of Lebanon is a nonprofit, non-sectarian community hospital currently operating 108 beds. Since its opening in November. 1961. it has been functioning at maximum capacity. Construction of the top three floors will begin Apr. 10. with completion scheduled by December, 1963. When finished. Cedars will have 282 beds available to the communitv. rta'^e' i^^ Seminars For Teachers Resume Seminar for Hebrew teachers; will continue on Wednesday, Mar. 27, 8:30 p.m., at Temple Ner Tamid. The seminar, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, is under the direction of Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, and will deal with New Approaches to the Teaching of Humash Demonstrating leathers will be Miss Nottie Gold-uin, ol" Temple Beth Sholom, and Meyer Samberg, educational director of Temple Ner Tamid The seminar will conclude on Wednesday, Apr. 3. when "NewApproaches to the Teaching of History" will be explored. Demonstrating teachers will be Martin l.iebowitz. of'Tr-mple Emanu-EI. and Abraham Gittelson. education director of Beth Torah Congregation. History Seminar will be intro duced by Louis SCawartzman, < xecutive director of the Bureau. way the story was written "distorting the meaning and intent." The American Jewish Committee also said it deplored "the unfair inferences of favortism in the Amsterdam News version. The Protestant Council's statement, issued by Dr. Dan M. Potter, its executive secretary, asserted that the purpose of the study was "not to criticize any group but to encourage more active Protestant responsibility in civic and government vocation." Dr. Potter called the story "unfortunate journalism," which increases tension and misunderstanding and serves to weaken the cause of democracy and interfaith cooperation." Dr. Potter also cited two specific items in the weekly's version as "not accurate." One was that Protestant leaders decided to keep the survey findings confidential because of its implications. Dr. Potter said that the Protestant leaders never intended to publish it because the findings were "tentative and inconclusive." The other item was that 85 per D fi lL SHolOm WH cent of New York City's Proles-! ^ %  *WIWIII %  • %  lants were Negroes Or. Potter Mark PdSSOVeP said the most' reliable information was that the non-white Protestant population was about 40.6 per cent ol all Protestants. Israeli Banker To be Speaker Abraham Friedman, noted industrialist, will be guest speaker at a brunch at the Seville Hotel on Sunday, 11 a.m., hosted by Mr. and Mrs Jacob Rifkin, of Miami Beach. Friedman will speak on Israel's rapid economic and financial development, tile growing import : ance of the Tel Aviv stock ex-| change, the status of internation-j al securities, the growing popularity of Israeli securities with American investors, and will give a progress report on the Industrial Development Bank of Israel. 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Page 10-A *Jewist>fk>ritiriaw Friday, March 22, 1963 Algeria Adopts Nationality Laws That are Detrimental to the Jews Committee meets to formulate plans for the 'ewish National Fund-Israel Independence Day celebration an Apr. 30 at the Fontaineoleau Hotel. Seated (first row) are Hyman lisenbaum, Abraham Fraidlin, William Bornstein, Harry Feldman. Seated (second row) are Ezra Finegold. Julius Rosenstein. Johan L. Syria, Iraq Agree on Drive Against Israel LONDON — (JTA) — The Syrn and Iraqi delegations which .included talk* in Damascus on, etuH of the new pre-Nasser re: imes in their countries agreed | i intensity action against Israel.! ne Daily Telegraph reported this eek in a dispatch from the Syrj *n capital. The Daily Express reported Dr. Orlinsky At Beth Am Guest speaker following late Fri• ay evening services at Temple I eth Am will be Dr. Harry M. )rlinsky, editor-in-chief of the ew Translation of the Hebrew iible for the Jewish Publication • jciety of America. In 1952. Dr. Orlinsky was the ,ly Jewish member on the com.ittee of 22 scholars which produced the Revised Standard Veron of the Old Testament. from Cairo that President Nasser, of Egypt, was planning a five-nation Arab military pact aimed at formation of an Arab army equipped with Soviet submarines and jet fighters. The Express said that the plan calls for Nasser to be the Supreme Commander of all Middle East Arab military forces, with the goal of crushing Jordan and Saudi Arabia first, and finally Israel. Syrian gunners opened fire this week on three tractors working in the demilitarized zone between Ein Gev and Tel Katzir in the Lake Tiberias area in the first border incident since the latest coop in Syria, it was reported in Tel Aviv. The shooting against the tractors, which were preparing fields for summer crops, lasted about 10 minutes. Then when the tractor drivers were preparing to leave the area, the Syrians again Continued from Page 1-A geria" and others demanded the departure of the remaining 170,Europeans in Algeria. The new law automatically classifies the Jews with the European community. Other deputies called the newlaw, adopted by 85 to 33 votes, %  -hamefully xenophobic." It was proposed by Premier Ahmed Ben Bella's Government, and it stipulated that henceforth two categories of Algerian citizens would exist, those who before independence were ruled by Moslem civil courts and those who would have I Algerian nationality "by acquisition." The Evian Agreement clearlystipulated that all Europeans born i in Algeria and who resided there j a number of years would autostarted shooting. The firing was j matically acquire Algerian nationnot returned, and the tractors a j|ty if they so wished. The new were finally removed from the• | aw also provides that certain Eudanger area. 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Friday, March 22. 1963 fJenisti rin/rffdK&rt Page 11A EICHMANN PARALLEL DRAWN Israeli Musician on Trial For Nazi Aid During War tSADOKt SCHWARTZ Free Loan Will Install Officers Newly-elected officers of the i.reater Miami Hebrew Free Loan ition will be installed §un> evening, t> p.m., al ;i banqui I • the Lombard) Hotel Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth nka will be installing officer, and Judge Milton Friedman will be l nast< r. Officers to be Installed are IsaSchwartz, who will serve his lontta term as president; Joseph \i vel,first vice president; Sam Sherman, second vice president; Max Kunst, thud vice president; Max Knppaport, treasurer. [da Ochs, fmaiiiial secretary; Zelda Kunst. recording secretary; Max Price, corresponding secre• IN and credit committee, Ilyman I'habner. Morris Bckhaus, Ochs, Max Rappaport and Sherman. The Free Loan Association has I'M: serving the Greater Miami 1 i community for 13 yearss, will mark the anniversary i special Bar Mitzvah celen. Continued from Page 1-A handed over Jews to the Nazis, attacked Jews in enclosed camps, assembled Jews for "selection" for extermination, helped the Nazis herd 5,000 Jews of Bendin into death trains, rounding up Jewish children from a local orphanage, and bringing them to trains which transported them to death camps. He was also accused of divulging the hiding places of ion Jews who fled to Bendin from other areas and with handin them over to the Nazis, and with taking hostages from families whose members did not report to the Nazis for forced labor. After the charges were listed, the prosecutor -aid thai despite the charges, it was Birenblal who removed one or two .lews from every transport and thus Si their lues. He added: "it is for this court to decide whether, in order to save his own life and the Savings League Names Pallot E. Albert Pallot. president and chairman of the hoard of Hiseayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. has been appointed to a top national committee of the U.S. Savings and Loan League. Accordinu to Frank B. Fielding Jr., of Birmingham, Ala., pres idem of the League. Pallot was named to the 1963 Committee on Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Law and Regulations. lives of a few others, the accused had the right to perform his other deeds despite compelling con, lions." After the defendant pleaded not guilty, the first witness. Isaac Neumann, now an Israeli, was called. Neumann was a member ol the Jewish underground in Czentochowa who was sent to Bendin, to organize an underground there, but was captured and brought before Birenblat. Neumann testified that despite appeals to Birenblat. he was kept for several days in a cell in Etirenblat'S office. 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Page 12-A *• Jew 1st ncridiar Friday, March 22, 1963 i The Busy Day of a Very Busy Rabbi A parent dies. What memorial services are required? A school group has scheduled a field day simultaneously with a Temple fund-raising effort. The dean of a Catholic school calls, requesting the Rabbi to make an address on commencement day. Then there's a viiting Rabbi. They compare notes. Same problems, different cities. A meeting with the parents of the Bar Mitzvah class follows. Yes, the Rabbi will attend the reception. No, you should not serve kosher-style shrimp. Yes. the speech is too long. Ne. you cannot prerecord the Haftorah. Another tear-sodden woman. Her husband passed away more than a year ago; yet she cannot adjust to her loss. The widow talks, and the Rabbi, he listens. And soon the woman leaves his office, without handkerchief in hand. Complaint department. "How come, Rabbi. I wasn't given an honor at last week's program? What's the matter. Rabbi, you don't like me?" Sermons Follow And then there are the sermons. Yes, the recall of longpast sermons for the expected topics, and the unexpected topics, which change with daily headlines, which change with the daily thoughts of his people. Like when the crippled woman complained to the Rabbi that her family had no time for her. The simple words, "no time," gave the Rabbi an hour-long subject of discussion at the High Holy Day service. A Rabbi's bu.sv_Jav is the source of this IUM :>i i. two-part series prepared bv the Greater Muwii Rabbinical Assn.. u'lib an assist from Jacl( Latin, a mrmbf of Bi-th Torah Con\o. Miami Reach. %  %  Despite their effecrT^f temporary, these sermons have on his congregation, the Rabbi feels preaching is the least important of his religious duties. Yet, too often, a Rabbi is judged by his critics as they would judge the latest Hollywood cinematic offering. Type* of Joy Letters, about 50 letters each week, are mailed by the Rabbi's secretary. Thank you notes, acceptance notes, follow-ups to personal visits. Articles for The Jewish Floridian, publicity handouts to the local newspapers, an idea for next week's sermon jotted down on a scratch pad to be enlarged later in the day. No escape. No time oft for good behavior. A few hours at the beach some 90-degree day are spent with sun glasses in one hand. ;i note-pad in the other. No time for waste. No time for killing time. This fervent allegiance to his chosen field, the Rabbi attributes to his familiar influence coupled with his own deep interest in his fellow-men. But while his lay-, man friends sometimes decry his seeming lack of extra-curri-i cular amusement, he counters: with, "this is my joy," And they no longer wonder aloud about his over-zealous devotion to his work. Joy is many things to many people. The post-noon hours are fill-, ed with personal visits to the hospitalized, to the homes that require the presence of a Rabbi, to console and comfort, to chat | and cheer, to advise and admonish. Back to the Temple at 3:30 p.m. The teen-age problem rears its head. There are parents unable to cope with a son old before his time, too young to realize it. The Rabbi will help' n Mm,**They say. And a somewhat odd mixture of ancient Hebraic wisdom and modern clinical psychology combine to help the youngster toward a healthy maturity. The evenings are filled with more committee meetings, home calls, lectures and possibly an odd Thursday night wondering how bad television can get. And the weekend evenings—the Bar Mitzvah receptions, the wedding receptions, the reception receptions. The hand-shaking, the right words, the ever-cordial proffer of drinks he often refuses, the request for benedictions he never refuses. First Call And the time a salesman called at his home. When would his father be at home, his boy was asked. "Oh, you can see him Sunday afternoon—if he doesn't have a funeral." This. then, is the story of a FREI TO OUR READERSI REMEMBER The memories of Passovers gone by—the search and sale of the Chometz—Grandpa poking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and theChoraches—putting on the new suit of clothes and shoes—pockets full of hazel nuts—and almonds—anxiously waiting for the Seder to start—Uncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always late—the whole family together—Grandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair beside him—Grandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malke" my queen, he called her—the Kiddush and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah' and the answer given with Grandpa's voice ringing out over all—the first half of tne Hagadah almost overeven the bitter herbs tasted so good—Passover it was always "strong"—all were compelled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt water—and then the meal—nobody, but nobody, could cook better than Gtandma—we ate—and ale and then the "Benchen"—and the rest of the Hagadah—and some more cups of wine -and the opening of the door—and the stories of how in the old country someone frightened the whole family toy appearing at that door—but best of all the songs with which the second ha'f of the Hagadah abound—and the feeling of drowsiness—contentment—and thelhous.it that tomorrow the same thing once more MANISCHEWITZ WINE COMPANY, N. 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Friday. March 22, 1963 vJetvisti tier Mian Page 13-A JEWISH MORALISTS Ztjhar, II, 112a. A doit bfcngi '•• %  %  master a gameL hud. What Aoe< he receive' A bone. !. 1> •- % *-•. if Zohar. II. 161a. A ^.%  : I'" '"' i J plan /or a pallie tummoneii *Itill/ul bmlilfrs, extcltd it / %  "' him. Wlien it :(.• hod wot lived there, he I never bare entered this evil lei.: but, since she | there, the itreet teams "to him • ( itreel o/ the perfumers. • Zohar. IV. 254a, \ ful tailor cut up tome cloth %  i ;ing'i garment, and gave to "frilled tailors to Thus did • Torah to t'le atelj I .. :. .. ^ fll'i I i. e Zo '!. ::. 95a, : come to Hie place I>• see t/ie .;:-., i!. some Come to looi( itenanre; those : wise coi i to behold the the %  ; %  i By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX message to the Bride and Groom under the canopy? A happy occasion was alway.s an opportunity for the Rabbi's v orris ol wi-dom which would give i cood counsel to the newlyweds; "~^and which would give spiritual uplift to the occasion. There was .. practical reason for the; Rabbi's message, however, according to many sources. Actual-j l> a Jewish wedding ceremony Is .i combination of two rituals. Ori\ cinally these two were at least | Mime six months or even a year i apart, (The first part of the ceremony is called "Erusin" and the second part is called "Nisuin"). For practical reasons the two were made to follow each other upon the same occasion. Why do Bride and Groom fast on •heir wedding day? Two reasons are generally advanced for this practice. First, II is claimed that the sins of Bride %  Hid Groom are forgiven on their \edrtinn day so that they may be ^m life anew and afresh without any blemish of the past hovering over either of them. A Day of Forgiveness, similar to the ani.ual Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) was always observed by fast}ing, so that a spirit of penance would be felt with which one could be considered deserving of forjr:veness. It is for this reason that t;.t groom recited the confessions of the Yom Kippur prayers in his afternoon liturgy. Sn <7L KeaL Of Man Must Never Imagine He Can Play Role of God lami s r^cligious ' GEMS OF WISDOM RABBI IRVING LtHRMAH month of freedom BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. Fridas 8:15 p.m. Saturday '•' a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Tod, Hon of Mr, and Mrs. Sidney Aronovlt*. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday •; p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m Sermon: "Time — An Irretraceable A* set." BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. i Ida} 8:15 p.m. luesl spi aki r Carl Epstein. Top e: "Religion at College Today." Saturdaj 8:45 a.m. BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman. Frida) 6:15 p.m. Saturday 1 am "A final I • ng Even ser5:45 p.m. — • BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Men are very prone to despise him who has ill fortune, and to mal{e much of those whom fortune Of*. MANASS1 11 P. I^RABL. i • • • Tlicrre is nothing more nuon'tunt than fortune which tosses human | :affairs up and down h\e dice. —Pino. • / profit not by my master'i forI tune, but suffer from hi* mi "tune. PROVERB. Misfi • %  ie does noi a me single. wI ISSM \s. EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. a po-ition !o set up "deals" with the Nazis, and thus saves over 1,500 F,lila> 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "Are "c nt hia nonnlo l*repHied?" Baa Mltavah: Joy, ol nis people. daughter of Mr. and Mra. Irving It is he who makes the choice as to who shall live and who shall I n. Saturday *:45 a.m. Se die, and in exercising this unique power he becomes intoxicated with' .-v,,^,',"!.', tii !-!•'•" %  '• i .M.. %  i .'"n. u his ability to control the destiny of men. He plays God and learns to —— • —— • r BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3ro ave. eilJOV It. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. As a rabbi. I naturally read this book in the light of Jewish tradi1 Saturday I a m tion, which holds an uncompromising position on men who play God. I Mil.. 7:JO a.m. and 6 p.m. One must never play God, Judaism says. Him and follow Him. Instead, one must imitate • — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday !:15 p.m. Saturday v". • a.m. If there was ever a living example of the difference between playSermon: ing God and emulating God, it is to be found in the striking personalities of the two dominant characters of the approaching Passover scenePharaoh and Moses. nl..ii.Redemption." p.m. Sermon: "Biblical Portion of the w.-.k." BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirsehenbaum. Prlilay 8:30 p.m. Srrmon: "Don't I,., too Good. Saturday sir. a.m. liar Ultavah: Mark. BOn of Mr. and >..!! "f Pharaoh is King of Egypt and master of his people. He is so supreme that he is worshipped as a god and, what is worse, he believes it and enjoys it. Instead of making Egypt an instrument of blessedness and opportunity for an entire civilzation, he chooses to fir& ToaevlTlaaenbergj Barry, bring disaster upon himself a.Jd his people, leading them to doom and! •*>. and Mrs. Kint Meyeraon. destruction. Yes, he played God—and brought ruin to his nation. In contrast is the imige of Moses. Raised in the luxury of the royal court, he has the opportunity of sharing the power of the conqueror, but he has a different mission in life—not to play God, but rather to imitate Him and to follow Him. He becomes the faithful shepherd of his flock and the consecrated servant of the Lord. Both are recorded in the annals of history, but whereas Pharaoh is remembered only in pyramids of stone, Moses has carved out for himself a place in the hearts of men as the teacher of Israel, as the lawgiver of mankind. I believe that Robert St. John has written more than a book. He has delivered a sermon on the ills of mankind, for what is the history of the world if not the constant, unrelenting struggle between men who play God. This Sabbath ushers in the month of freedom, the month of spring. the month of Passover, the month of hope, the month of renewal. May it draw us closer to our people, to our faith, and to God so that we prove ourselves worthy of being His faithful servants. Lytnew LJottr K^-ona reflations Temple Emanu-EI One of the most beautiful synagogues in the South, Temple Emanu-EI in Miami Beach, was erected at a cost exceeding $1,000.000. The dome-shaped edifice, fashioned after a Palestinian design, seats 1,800 people. The original congregation of 200 worshippers was organized in 1939 and met in a small building at 1415 Euclid Ave. Plans for the new edifice received added impetus with the appointment of Rabbi Irving Lehrman to the post] of spiritual leader in 1943 This page is prepared in cooperation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. RABBI MAX A. UMCHITS Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gems of Wia I bl Sanford Belcer, Southeast Regional director, L'.A.H C. Topic: "la there a Jt-wlah Establishment?" Sisterhood win host the Uneg fcfhabbat. ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday •; and 8:18 p.m. Sermon: %  •Mi anlag "f a Jew." Saturdaj 9 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: StttarL >".n "f Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cohea. 5:88 p.m. Bar Mitsvah: Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Abranis. • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Frid.iv p m. Saturday *:o a.m. Sermon: "Th.Sanctity ( the Month of Nlsaan." SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:18 p.m. Kermon: "A Series of Passover Information." Saturday :• a.m. WOOD. 1551 S. 14 ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. p |rt n j • -. %  ,. II s.i m m: "H w do Tei : • %  tn* Nazi E a Satu I .,. a i, of Mr. and Mi s. J.,. k Sha| I e TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Frida •' %  %  p.m. Sermon: "Where Liberal Jews Find A for Jewish Mving Today?" Satui Sermon: "Stlffm • -:• a %  e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromah. Cantor David Conviser. I 1,1., v R:i3 Sermon: "The Tenth Yaln-7.it "f Halm Oreenberg Saturday 10:*3 a.m. Bar Mitzvaii Robert, .-"ii ol Mi--. Florenct Lederman. • -^— TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Maehtei. Friday B:8 p.m. Sermon: "J re-Paawover Cleaning: Removing Moral ami %  spiritual Leaven." Sisterhood will !„ %  served by March Circle. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Youth Service, TEMPLE EM/NU-EL, 1701 Waahlngton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis \v. -enthal: Roberi Deln, son "f Morns Dein ami Mrs. Louis Kalter. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. i rldaj %  p.m. Sermon: "ThRabbi who has gone on Btrlke Against Pri aching." • — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Frida; y p.m. Sermon: "The Ambitious Shepherd." TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th *t. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramcwiu. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE NF.R TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Pi I i a j g : i3 p.n .%  mon: "Th.Implication "i" the Oi I Children with March blrthdaya iii be honori d. • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Darnel M. Lowy lay 1:13 D m Bar Mitzvaii: T hter Mr, and MrA Kurtz. Plaque dedicated to the lat< Joseph Pollak, donated by ins family. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave Raboi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben D'ckson. Frldaj 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "The KndIng of i Book." Saturday 8:45 Sermon: "The First M-nth of the Tear." TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wemick. Cantor Albert Glantz. l-i ,1 ." p.m. Sermon: "Fir-t Fundamentals of I'alth." Oneg siKiMi.it host: Rlsterb I. Baturday i a in Sermon: "Portion of the Week." YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. R h bi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Frldav 8:18 p.m. Saturday 8 Bar Mltavah: Allen, son "f Mr. and Mrs, Murray Lippmaa. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber. group in the congregational famcultural, and welfare groups. Joseph If. Lipton has just been ed its" North Branch Building for elected president of the congre In 1900. Temple Emanu-EI crectTEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. JOSEPH M. UPTON Temple f manutl presiden* CANDLEUGHTING TIME 2F Ador — 6:15 p.m. TEMPLE HOLLY-' • • -' %  % %  %  %  %  '' : "' "



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age 14-A +Jewish nnridHaHn Friday, March 22, 1963 = ** Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Delightful Little Book Filled With Warmth and Color FO LAUGH A LITTLE. By Molly Picon. As told to Eth Clifford Rosenberg.' 175 pp. New York: Julian Messner, 8 West 4Cth St. $3.00. I HAD BEEN putting off reviewing Molly Picon's book about her grandmother because after all these years. 1 %  ive become rather jaundiced about people's memoirs. :• ost memoirs should have been iorgotten to begin with. >w I am a little sorry that I have read "So Laugh A Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Little." because l woifi be able again to read it for the In si time. Jaundice and all. I have laughed a lot with a charming book which demands nothing oi its readers but a readiness to enjoy. Molly Picon has been a star comedienne in the Yiddish theatre for over titty years; both she and her producer-director husband. Jacob Kalich (who asked her to marry him in a different language every night until she -agreed), were household words when Second Avenue lit ilfllinWIIMMMMMM' The Immaturity of the Eisenhower Years Washington) PRESIDENT Eisenhower's an! noyance with Israel and lack| of a clear Near Eastern policy are revealed in "A Political Memor of the Eisenhower Years," just] published by Emmet John Hughes.| Sir. Hughes, a Whtie House ad visor, was the speech writer wh drafted must oj Eisenhower': statements during the 1965 Sinai-Sue/ crisis The immaturity in the White House those days is indicated through Mr, Hughes' disclosure of the "bomb for peace" proposal, it was suggested, in effect, to threaten Israel and the neighboring Arabs i / Write as I Please 3y CARL ALPERT About Time Capsules Haifa •yjANY WEEKS ago I asked readers what they would suggest placing in a time capsule which might give future Jewish generations some idea of the nature of Jewish life in our own time. How little we know today of Jewish life it the time of the destruction of the Temple in the year 70 C.E. 'lfidi w;ang over the Mid die East, carrying an atomic bomb. And let's warn everyone: well drop it — it they all don"! cut this nonsense out." Mr. Hughes recorded thai the suggestion was greeted with the pained silence that was tin 1 mosl polite reply possible. Bui the incident underscored, •aid Mr. Hughes, "the capacity of some m this Administration lor little more than parochial, selfpreoccupied distress" and "bizarre results attain able from a White House stall ("tally untouched by serious experience in foreign affairs." October 29. 1956. found Eisenhower at Walter Reed Hospital receiving a physical checkup and dispatching appeals for Israel to halt her mobilization. He referred to trouble in drafting a message to Israel Premier Bcn-Gurion between trips up ami down hospital corridors for tests and X-rays. And the comment that Eisenhower made to Mr. Hughes: "Israel and barium make quite a combination." The whole Middle Eastern scene left Eisenhow er "dismayed, baffled, and fearful of great stupidity about to assert itself." Eisenhower said "I just can't figure out what the Israeli think they're up to maybe they're thinking they just can't survive wihout more land but I don't see how they can survive without coming to some honorable and peaceful terms with the whole Arab world that surrounds them." Commenting on Franco-Israeli cooperation. Eisenhower said: "Damn it, the French, they're just egging the Israeli on—hoping somehow to get out of their own North African troubles." When reports came that Britain was with France in backing Israel. Eisenhower's affectionate regard for the British made him incredulous. "I just can't believe." he kept saying, "1 can't believe they would be so stupid as to invite on themselves all the Arab hostility to Israel." Eisenhower asked if the British were going to •dare us to defend the Tripartite Declaration." The Tripartite Declaration of 1950 bound Britain. Fral and the United Slates to take joint action either within or without the United Nations, to use force if the Israel Arab armistice borders were crossed or threatened. Mr. Hughes commented that, from "the I point of Israel" the timing appeared superb Russia was involved with Hungary. Britain and Fi were straining tor a crack ai Nasser. The i!n Slates was in the middle of a national election campaign. Eisenhower said of this: "Well, i better jel out of here or—despite ali these doctor—these things will have my blood pressure up to 480." Eisenhower's faculty for dry humor emerged here and there. The Central Intelligence Agency had reports of Nasser's growing fear that his position! before a resolute Anglo-French action, might fast become hopeless. Dryly, Eisenhower com mented. "Tell Nasser we'll be glad to put him on St. Helena and give him a million dollars." up the sky lor the Yiddish-peakirg world. The Second Avenue sky is dark now. but Molly goes on forever; recently she swept Broadway in the hit musical, 'Milk and Honey." Her grandmother stories have the same sense of tun and good timing lor which she is known. The writing. done by Eth Clifford Rosenberg, is pleasantly offhand and unlabored. Some of the stones may have the t.ilines of old Jewish jokes, but it doesn't matter a! all. they still sound completely plausible and immensely fun i,y. The characterization of Grandma Sarah Ostrow carries them all off with perfect aplomb. Anyway, who knows? Perhaps that's where the jokes began. Some of the fun, of course, is in her use of the Ian guage. "She always spoke reverently of the old-time actors, like Adler and Boris Thomashefsky. So I asked her to tell me what they had that the newer crop of actors didn't have. She looked at me for a long moments Then she said, her eye crinkling with amu-ement, "You want to know what thev had'.' I'll tell you. Molly, dolly. They had my youth." It's a delightful little book, and much of the pleasure lies in the warmth and color oi the first-generation days Perhaps 1 should change my mind a little about personal n emoirs. Come to think of it. I know some good grand mother shines myself From Latin America By ELIAHU SALPETER Uruguay Best of All THE BEST RELATIONSHIPS bl tween the Jewish community and the general population seem to exisl in Uruguay, the Switzerland ol South America. The conn try's 50,000 Jews are well integrated in practically every field ol economic, social and cultural activity, and—like the rest of the population—enjoy the benefits ol what is probably the oldest and most deeply rooted democracy on the Southern Continent. The onl> political group with an anti-Semtic program received a "grand total" of 200 votes in the last general elections. However, there is concern in Uruguay, both among Jews and non-Jews, that the virus of anti Semitism will find its way to the country from neighboring Argentina. Nobody believes that it was a coincidence that when the anti-Semitic violence in Argentina began to draw too much world attention, suddenly swastikas appeared in Montevideo exactly in the Argentine pattern, as if to show that even in democratic Uruguay such things can occur. The events in the Argentine are too well known to require repeating here The crest of the anti-Semitic outbursts seems to be over, for the time being and there are some slight indications thai the authorities want to avoid a new wave of major incidents. However, it might be useful to sum up briefly, the basic elements which created the tragic i ituation, In Argentina, then' Is a large Jewish rommunitv, numbering about half a million. The Jews are very tenuously integrated in the social fabric ol the country, with bar. :> an> political contacts. The Catholic Church is influential and its influence, bj e, is unfriendly toward the .lews. During Pi on's time, the country became a haven for fleeing Nazisbut, significantly, there were no anti>Semitic outbreaks under his regime, because that was 1 part of bis policy, and he had a tight grip on the police. Today, the Nazis and the neo-Nazis—most Ol them not necessarily Germans but Croats. Hungarians, etc., who tied Europe after World War 11pose as "the experts on anti-Communism" and under that disguise successfully infiltrated the ultranationalistic and right-wing organizations, many ot which were receptive to anti-Semitic propaganda, in the lirst place. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ New York Newspaper Strike is Finally Over %  u|ANY NEW YORKERS are breath r %  inn a sigh Of relief with the end* ing of the new paper strike. Arthur I Brisbane, Hearst editor, said the greal I est newspaper story was when Mocame down from the mountain and th* [ newsboys yelled. "Extra! Extra! Ther is only one God. Extra!" What a sensation! One God mear one humanity. Some denounced it asl Socialism. Some called it Cosmopolitanism. People had thought there were so many gods. Each locality had its own Baal or god. Jersey City and Hoboken, Minona, Minnesota and Oshkosh, Wisconsin all had different gods. Besides the locality gods, there were I.(bar and Remimu. Zeus and Rah. There were wholesale dealers In godi Retail dealers, and you could buy geda at discount houses at bargain prices. The father of Abraham, according to the Midrash. had a business selling gods in fact. Abraham's quarrels with his father on this score, is the theme of many Midrash stories People worshiped the golden calf; they worshiped cats and slicks and siunes. Some people had whole drawerin Is of gods. Rachel going away with Jacob, the Bible tells us. was accused by her father. Laban, of having gone off with his gods. Probably what happened was that Laban was looking for his pipe. Opened drawer. No gods! But Rachel hadn't taken them away. She had just put them in the basement, to make room for Dad's shirts. "Publish it not in Gath." said David, but the publishing in those days was like that of the New England Town ( ner. Our elders got most of their news at the Ue, where they met one another three tunes a days



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    Pcge 16A l*+* #"#• flNricliirtri Friday, Mcich 22, 196'] n:::ri, '.., %  • ,.,.I.II:D Erhard's Foes By MAX LERNER AVRAHAM HARMAN DUE Zionists Prepare For Celebration Of Anniversary Burnett Roth, chairman 01 the Zionist Council of South Florida, this week announced the follow ing appointments to the Greater Miami Committee for the 15th anFrankfurt | niversary celebration of the estabNothing in Konrad Adenauers long career has become him quite' Hshment of the State of Israel, to as badly as the leaving of it. His now famous letter to his Vice Chan be held at the Miami Beach Audi eellor. Ludwig Erhard. and his release of it along with Erhard's reply, torium Saturday evening, Apr 20. are an example of political pique at its worst—as bad as Harold MacIsrael Ambassador to the Unitmillan's cancelling of Princess Margaret's visit to Paris, or the recent v( \ states. Avraham Harman. will Bidault atfair on the BBC. One is tempted to say of Adenauer in these ma fc e t he welcoming address at late vears. as Alice's Duchess said of her child, that he only does it, t he 15th anniversary celebration ol to annoy, because he knows it tAses. the establishment of Israel, to be But! childish as Adenauer s pranks may seem, the tact is that held at the Miami Beach Auditorthev have a quality of dead earnest. The biggest element in internal I j um Saturday evening. Apr. 20. German politics today is the lethal fend between Adenauer and Erhard.I Ambassador Harman has been in which pales almost every other political feud in recent history. Adet | le diplomatic service since 1949. naeur is finally being forced out of office, and is bound to leave in the when he was named consul genfall. As his final act he wants to make sure that his successor i> any-j era] j n Montreal. Can. S'nce that one but his Vice Chancellor and Economics Minister—Erhard. lime he has distinguished himsell Hence the letter business. Adenauer and the little group around m the UN and the Jewish Agency. him fell they had found in Erhard's recent behavior at Brussels the General chairman. A. Arthur chance they wanted to discredit aim. It must be said against Erhard Pekelner; secretary, Miss Marthat he also behaved childishly, refusing to sit in on the Brussels seseuerite Marx; treasurer. Mamie' sion devoted to forming a link between the Common Market and the Burstein; executive secretary. Ben African nations. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. The charge that Erhard had moved out of his economics job. to Committee chairmen: Mrs. A. form foreign policy and thus poach on Foreign Minister Schroder's Arthur Pekelner. program; Mn preserve, was true, but only in the sense that it is now impossible to separate the two. The Common Market in Europe today is in lact a part of foreign policy, just as McNamara's military policy in Washington is part of foreign policy. Anne S Melnick. arrangements: Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. speakers; Mrs. Milton S. Green, ticket-: Peter F. Heller, public relations; and Burnett Roth, honorary nominations. Committee members Mesdamo I Dorothy Krieger Fink. Rose K.ip Ian. Lillian Stone. Anna Brenner Meyers. Joseph Milton. Morns Simon, Nan Cohen. Samuel S. Goldberg. Ida Pushkin. Irwin Lis.-, Philip Thau. Nathan T.arth. Manuel Burnstein, Mow Meyer, and It should be cler that th stakes of the great German feud go beyond the German polities to European and world politics. When de Gaulle, in his historic press conference, froze England out of the Com mon Market and tried to freeze her out of Europe, he opened a Pandora's box whose raging storms will not spend themselves for some time The Adenauer move against Erhard. in the letter exchange, is ir fact a pro-de Gaulle move. For when and if Erhard succeeds Adenauer he will in all probability swing German policy—if it is not already t.o late-baek to a larger concept ot Europe and the Common Market. !" la ^ ","*;. hack to a strong NATO policy, and back to an orientation of Germany toward America and Europe rather than toward Fiance. I have not been to this rich economic area ot Germany >ince I accompanied Adenauer and Willy Brandt m some of '.heir election campaign, ng a year ago last fall. De>pite the -lowing of German economic growth all the smews Of economic Strength ..re evident, in airports, factories, office buildings, shop window-. The prize in Europe today is Wot Germany That is why France. Britain and America are as involved in the Adcnauer-Erhard tend as the principals themselves • • • The sad thing about Adenauer is that he is the head of only a caretaker government today—a lame-duck government—marking time until it can decentlv hand over the power. This galls the old man. who loves power. Erhard belongs to the classical tradition in both economics and politics. He is the man most do-ely associated with the 'miracle of. German recovery.'' as it was called before the French and Italians showed it was European ratheT than German. He believes in the economics of the free market, although his current economic report shows some doubts. It was natural for him to feel closeh knit to the European economic union which would remove national barriers toward a larger market economy. Erhard's politics are theretore also likely to be the politics oi European union, a NATO multilateral force and an Atlantic all. rather than the politics of a close alliance with France to form a Franco German nuclear striking force. e • • The elements against Erhard are Adenauer, Foreign Minister Schroder .who carried out the French alliance :r. the Paris Treaty and Mill >.! the business groups who see a better chance for German economic power in the formation of a Franc -German heartland in Europe than in the Common Market. They are powerful elements, and—despite their reconciliation with France—they market a r.ew type of German nationalism. Erhard has. however, two crucial weapons. One is the fact that his enemies have no one to unite around as an alternative. Schroder is -til! an unknown quantity, with few roots in popular accept. And there is no one else, except possibly Hemnch von Brentaito him%  — the leader of the Chns;ian Democrats in parliament, whom Inparty caucus hacommissioned to propose the name of the next Chanr. probably soon after Easter li Adenauer has veto power over the choice t as Brentar.o tirst Bested only to be met by protests within his party i. then Erhard is oat In that case Erhard may call upon his second weapon—his popularity with the German people becau-e of his economic r>> not yet wholly tarnished If he breakwith his party it will go badly with them Ar.d there are stro-g indication] that Herbert Wehr.er and the Social Derm I in parliament, who must constitutionally vote in the final ji of a Chancellor, incline to.vard Erhard's policies rathtn than tow.irri Adenauer's and de Got Al-o Miss Lillian Goodman, Mi>Esther Goodman, Gil Rappaport \1 Ossip, Harold Shapiro. Irving Saal. Ephraim Collins, Hi Weintraub. and Joe Mechlow And Max Parnes> Ezra FiregoM, Moses Meyer, Josh Rephun. Pr. 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    Mis. Burton B. Goldstein, president of Jewish Family and Children's Service, Leon Fisher, executive director of the agency, and Mrs. Eugene Katz, reservations chairman of JFCS Women's Committee, discuss the committee's Apr. 6 gala moonlight cruise. INVITATIONS IN THE MAIL Angel Luncheon Will Thank Council's Friends JFCS Women Plan Cruise Tickets are now available for the gala moonlight cruise and buf fet supper to be sponsored by the *Vomen s Committee of Jewish Family and Children's Service on Saturday, Apr. 6. Guestwill hoard the MS Calypso for an evening of entertainment, dancing, and riverboal games, and valuable prizes will be offered. Reservations are being taken h,v Mrs. Eugene Katz, 1524 Cecelia Ave.. Coral Gabli Proceeds from the affair will be used by the Women's Committee in support of the establishment of the Agency's residential group treatment home for emotionally disturbed children. According to Leon Fisher, executive director, Jewish Family and Children'Service will be the first in the South to offer this type of professional facility. At a "coffee" at the home of Mrs. Inez Krenzky, chairman c: the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, cn-e (left to riqht) Mrs. Richard Stone, Mrs. Howard Scharlin, anc Mrs. Alan Sieqel. The function, for young matrons of the Greater Miami Jewish community, featured a talk by Mrs Krensky on the health, welfare, cultural and educational pre grams of Federation, and on the responsibilities of resident -. here to the 1963 CJA campaign. Irritations to 725 members and friends of the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish en, to Councils fourth "Angel Luncheon" are now in the mail. MrIrving Ratner is reservations rhai man for the event to be held lay, Apr, 5. in the Sky Room Dupont Plaza Hotel. Ii Spirer, ways and BB Girls Plan Fashion Show \ Mi Beautiful You" will be •he thi of the fashion show and lemonstration on Sunday Mar 31, -ponsored by the \'ai 'Kith B'nai B'rith Girls. Evi nl ill be held at the Knights of 1 II i,iRoosevelt Hall. 4601 W. r St. V ; Sophisticate fashions will be modeled by members of the i: Roberta Goldfarb, Shelia Einhorn, Bonnie Silvers, Barbi weinstein, Shelly Shaw, Judy Supi Marilyn Kaplan, Marlyne Schutzer, Lorraine F.ttinger. Jo R ibler and Carol Weintraub. .nil will be narrator. \ demonstration, followed by a < n and answer period on ity problems and skin care will en by Mrs. Anna Crook, na ection manager of Beauty • lors Cosmetics. idenl of the group Is Rober Idfarb means vice president, is general chairman of the luncheon, given annually for women who have contributed S75 worth of merchandise or hours of work in Council's two Thrift Shops. 31fi N Miami Ave.. and 5601 NW 7th Ave. MrRaymond R. Rubin is section president. Local Council serves the visual-handicapped with a bindery and braille library, braille transcribing, braille educational aids, large-type transcribing, and teachers' aids. In addition. Council volunteers are engaged in working with deaf children in schools here, with the sick at Kendall Hospital, and senior citizens at Jewish Home for the Aged and Malcolm Ross Da) Center. Council also gives four scholarships a year to the University of Miami and sends toys and educational aids to children in Israel. n J by ISABEL GROVE Feted at a shower recently was future bride Brtnda Brody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brody Luncheon at the Doral Beach Hotel was hosted by Nancy (Mrs. Bennett) Feldman and Miss Joan Kramer Guests included the In ide-elect's mother, the prospective bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Alfred Fisher, and the hostesses' mothers, Mrs. Abe (Beryl) Schonfield and Mrs. Sanford Kramer Joining in the festivities were Nan (Mrs. David) Rich, Candace Mrs. Sam) Gray, Mrs. Jack (Barbara) Lear, Miss Donna Schon feld, 'Miss Judy Kram-r. Mrs. Harold (Shelia > Kassowitz, Miss Willa Susskind, Miss Sara Fish "" (sister of the future bride groom) and Mrs. Irwin Lepsel< ter, the bride's sister Brenda Will become Mrs. Joseph Ki-her on Mar. 30 at the Diplomat Country Club Leonore (Mrs. William) Wein stock, who recently toured Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico, has some beautiful pictures of the world's largest known cave. • Houseguesting for the Passover holidays. Tillie and Jacob Eisenberg and their five-year-old grandson from Monsy. N.Y., at \he home of her sister. Erna, and Sam Shachno, 4515 Sheridan Aye. The former Juliette Schach no, now Mrs. Schloimie Rothberg, of Brooklyn, added a daughter. Leah, on Mar. 1 to her family which includes Esthi r "> and (' % > ,,v a %  Under a pink and green tent. Continued on P*g SB th, w oman '. li/orU tjewislri Florxdian Miami, Florida, Friday, March 22. 1963 Section E fiflf tftf* A* -V %  ****** Tifereth Israe Women's Fete Regular meeting ol Tifareth Israel Sisterhood will be held in the social hall on Monday evening. On Wednesday, the sisterhood will sponsor a luncheon and card par+v -t?-!jng at 11:30 a.m. in the social hall. Hostesses are Mrs. Lily Laster and Mrs. Hedy Newman. Women's committee reports on recent progress Hamerschlag, Ben (Anna Brenner) Meyers of Kupat Holim, medical arm in Israel, at the Zeev Dover. Moshe Berman. Paul R. Gordor. heme of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. Left to Jacob Rifkin, hostess, and Leon Kronish. rkjht are Mesdames William Agranove. Trudy Mrs. Grossinger To be Hostess Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will hostess at an ii a.m. membi bring-a-member brunch for Gre er Miami Chapter. Women's 1 vision, American Society for Tec.inion. en Wednesday at her hoir 5941 Pinetree Dr. Program will be a discussion I current Tecbnion topics by Mrs. Dorothy Krelger Fink. j., eh-i'-'i oi reservations is M Leo Rutstein. President is M Philip Thau. Discussing plans for the donor luncheon of Anne Frank Chapter, B'nai B'rith, are (left to right) Mrs. David Shwiller. president; Mrs. Mary L. Siegendori, financial secretary; Mrs. Tena B. Katz, founder president; and Mrs. David A. Hess, donor chairman. The fourth annual luncheon will be held Tuesday noon at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Featured will be awards and a fashion show.. Rabbi Narot in Final Review For the third and last book review of the 1963 scries at Temple Israel. Rabbi Joseph Narot will review "As a Driven Leaf," a romantic novel of the Talmudic Age by Milton Steinberg. Scheduled for Tuesday evening, pr, 2. series ticket holders may bring a guest to the lecture. The -cries is sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood, with the committee headed by Mrs. Jesse Casselhoff and Mrs. Lewis Serbin: MrJesse Yolk, in charge of tickets: MrHerbert Levy, publicity; and Mrs. Sam Rabin, re i -hments Women's Unit Elects Officers Guest speaker and installing officer at a luncheon on Monday lor Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes was Rabbi Solomon Schili. spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation. New Sisterhood officers are MrAnna Block, president; Mrs. Isa-iore Schwartz. Mrs. Rachel Sak i witz and Mrs. Anna Cohen, vice president; Mrs. I.la Ocks. correponding secretary; Mrs. Sarah Stone, treasurer; Mrs. Bessie Per>onik, recording secretary; and Mrs. Bessie Geltner, financial secretary. Delegateto the Greater Miami Cemetery A-sociation ;.re Hyman p. Galoot. Mrs Samuel Gettner and Nathan C.in.-burg.



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    Pg*c Page 2-B ***/#> Fk*-W&,r 1. Friday, March 22, 1%--. Beth Sholom Lists New Art Exhibit The Beth Sholom Art Gallery., and Maro Ferrari. 4144 Chase Ave announces a new ^y^, on display will be "Voyexhibit. "The World of Small jaees from Troy." books by RonMedia." featuring works of Rich-1 aid Perry. WtK illustrations by ard Mernck. Millicent Asher. Au i Laurence Donovan. r.'rey Coruin. Laurence Donovan The show, on loan from the Village Corner Art Gallery Coral Gables, was to open with preview on Thursday evening, m will run through Apr. 19 Mrs. David Drucker is chair. man of the Beth Sholom Art Coir. mittee. Southeast Region leaders of American Jewish Congress meet to plan a community-wide reception for Dr. Joachim Prinz, national president of the organization, on Tuesday, Apr. 2, 8:30 p.m., at the Dupont Piaza Hotel. Seated (left to right; are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, plannina committee chairman, Mrs. Leon Kronish and Mrs. Stephen Cohen. Standing are Mrs. Alfred Mamlet, president, Florida Women s Division, Mrs. Bernard S. Mandler, and Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, national vice president. Women's Division. Committee members (not shown; are Mrs. Herman Feller, president, Louise Wise Chapter, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlcg, Mrs. Irving Kaplan, Mrs. Dav.a Muskat, chairman, South Florida Council, and Mrs. Tobias Simon. JWV Group Will Install Officers West Miami Post and Auxiliary 223. Jewish War Veterans, will install officers lor 1963-64 on Thursday evening, Mar. 28. at West Miami Town Hall. Outgoing president. Mrs. Charlotte Beil. will present the gavel to Mrs. Irving Koris. new president. Former Commander George Hornick will introduce his suc


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    Fridc -.. March 22. 1963 t'Jewist) ftnricifrun Page 3-B Hostess List Revealed for Anniversary; Luncheon Planned by Hadassah Here r Howard Kane, it K.tl II I .--' K %  Killl, I llll iv Is" n, I '•• njaniln Kaplan, lufinnn, Alex Ilui ry l\i n. ; orothy Krieger Pink ch a i r • of the llndassah-Israel ,-, h sary luncheon Apr. 4 al ,|„ n < -v Doral Beach Hotel, this .uanced the list ot ho^l esse the event. ,ion will not only mark ,,„ celebration of the 15th V( ;1 ,Urael's siatehood, but an opportunity to hon[,. ji. ah leaders who have the forefront on behalf of Hadas^i and Israel. To be hon Mrs. Jack Katzman, ,,f the Womens Division ( or p.-. Bonds, who will receive ,1„. Woman "f Valor Award; Mi-s Lilliat • >dman. president of the Beach Chapter of HadassWrs. Spielberg at Helm \, installed president. Mrs. berg, "ill conduct the of the Jewish War North Shore Auxiliary. iday evening at Wash i ederal Savii'^s and Loan Normandy Dr. Hew" Delicious-%  .,u. and the, presidents ol the r> groups comprising the Miami Beach Chapter, Hostesses for the event announced by Mrs Fink are: Ml %  %  '" i KHJ Alllln, Ml • : A 1.; ..in %  \\ llll im Ai ram • Jsi \ll.ri. .1..-. i.ti Amiic". Max AiiKrrnuui, Vlw Aplii-1, Abi \ urn I |.|i Arkln I H, Ai nii-on, .1 |ili .\-'n. He -i. < %  %  h, Ji s, |>h Av rln k. navld llaloKh, l ii.i. .1 llai r, \ i I Ii ,n Max BauiT, Darnel Beokeriuen, Hamin-1 l:. i i,. iin.in. Camtlle M llerir, II in. HI Berffacl, l>nvld llerger, Jayon %  • knian, >loha,n liermnn, IJOUI* Bern* MII In, Mull; Bei iiKteln, S lie HVii r. In iw Btlll :, I %  i.h Binder, Philip i :.riii,.i .im. Jerry Blank, Bam Blank, %  Benjii nln II um, IVI llutn r...rnteln. Samuel Bulway, l.ouln Bre If I anlel Hiuad, Shi .'.II 'i i' I, Joseph Buri 'ha i %  i lui linell .Mi uh ni C •.--•1. Mar %  > in i %  ;. %  —.-I. Kim Ii r'u* • lllh, i.ti. Chnlken. charier Charcowaky, w i 'ohen, Julia i 'oojM*r, AIKO MeKda I hui '"inn, Irving S ill-..II I M\ IdKim, AI. \ Belli. JIM henmark I'ln ra 1i I leu ii' %  i.. l %  a mi in l. Moi It l lolling! r, s %  i i ivlix. Max t)i -i In-. I' inli I Hulililn, Benjamin luiliron William K i*hi iiliaum, l En: i'.i .t i .i -< nliet'K, Li "" •'. I, il.man Kmll, \. I. Bi i i:' %  Knllni iin! i: %  • %  n. JOHeph HpHl< r i.i ICpxu-ln, .1 r-h l" •'u. v 'i HI I i :••. 11,1 man Keller, Bett> KVuiT, Henrietta Kin.-. KJxra Klnegold, Ben I ink. I. Moljli Fli-hi I. Mol ii Kuril '. In ng l r.nik, S:un FYarikel, Bi n Ki %  -i!.nnti *B I .mill. Ben1 .'ii. V s P"l d .%  '. M. K I i nil MI., II. ('harli'fi Kuehtman, M 1 : Kurman, Mauiiee < Sana, S dne> i luns, KIWI (iarlh, M >. (7am u .1 Hi. • ii-. \i thur • : .• i. H n > • %  I • • i. I i.li-li Oi ii.. r. I (II An.I Mi minrni • WI Ii VI i ilettli in.in. I.OUIH I :I Saths IJlii kman, 11, nolillii rg, Mi i inlden. Sum %  : .•!.!-'• in. Aaii.il (!n| n an, l-'i mk .1. nnle i inluli, 11 1 hei i; im,in. I i.i rold i; .HI. .II. .1,.-. |I|I i Ii. .ni.. 11.ii rj %  i.in. MHIIV i;. ..--man. Pauline ... ei-g, l:. -II. II,;. iII. i:ii die Halpert, Mollli II. MI. II..if. M.v< r II. H rla, .-.nun. I II. i.-. AUr. a 11..11 -i. JIM I I.I l. i iabriel II. .ill. i. I >B\ i• I II..hi. laadure 11. .-In. Lou Helnian, H.ii'1 il.i.-.li. Maurice Herts, I. Aai ir i N JJva acoiia saimon -* 'Chopped Herring if rorted HerringC-earned or Wine • & Cream Cheese • lad 0t' P*r^HCrS RE PACKED FRESH Ofl/ir ON VIAMI BEACH, HA. ASK FOR NCVit ICELAND PRODUCTS At It n fuvorhe Super Market For Inforir.oiion; jrffr~ con 4-46PA .Mas KorHhak, .1. I.. K.ani. AI-.. Mi I K-M ..-. Men :Kripple, I., on Ki on1 liSylvia Kurland, Nathan Kuahln, Abbe] I..in.. MOITIK 1. ni-Inu ... .1,,.i-iui I. .ii, IIIIH, i, \ |ng t .--rii-i r,.• ii. %  ThHiii. Hani l.. v. ii> n. 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I Ben lamln Rapnai i : Mat llda Ratnei. %  -" %  • i• .1 H %  II. .r NMtl an % %  'n. i.1"Ri nli ... Jnaeph A Itlchti r, Klora .. Jack i:m.in. Ben Rimer, Leo Rohinaon, Benjam i I; %  San Rogow, Jopeph 11..SI-. Max Rouen, i.inn i: I,... rg, i 'imii Rom na ir ten, MorriK i:..--. n. 8am l;.-i. Ka "lian Rottenberg, AI.I ..li.. .n Rubin. Harry Rubin, Ruymond Rubin, i...uis Riidgen, Samuel /. Kakrafa, H'lttle Shank, Irwln Shapiro, Joseph ShawS;imii.-l T. Suptro. AI-,. Meadanie) Roae SVhiffman, I Si hwai tx, Pauline Si h; ••• n, Si bin, Simon Shapaia, Harry i u inSh H. II o, -i IHI ili sii.nvmut, S"l Shaye, Abraham Sherry, Irn SIVvi Jack Sll> erman, La 11 ni e Sil.ii. Seymour Sllverman, Uacar S. -in.I. ; .in ', Sivln, K'annle si;' ir, |i..i.,Iii> Skobl 1. l-.il.. i!. Hli.v il. Minlil. >' % %  i. Philip S'nmet, KI etl Someratefn, Michael S.i--in. Reaale Spi-n, Jack Spun, Rnhih Spero, JoaSpil /.. i. Joseph Kti i". Klliabeth Sti ii '.i ii. I'-. Itj Steinberg, Anna .in. 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    Page 4-B +Je* isfi Hcridfiatf) Friday, March 22. 1963 JftfK. :M jj| %. fwt TL n T^B^k ^^V 4 %  § F_ 9 1 %  %  A^^^^BiiWIilH > T ^ 1B I Bk ^i ty V^H 7 A % P^ m %  \/ J 'Sistie' Awards Luncheon Brings Out 300; Beth Sholom Women Honor Top Leaders In "My Son, the Folk Singer," presented at the second annual Sistie Awards luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, are (left to right) Mrs. Thomas Gerard, Mrs. Stanley Arkin and Mrs. Norman Arkin, with Cantor David Conviser, at the piano. Not shown is Mrs. Michael Meisel, another member of the "chorus." Words of the parodies were written by Mrs. Arkin and Cantor Conviser. Guest Speaker At Beth David Mrs. Seymour Mann will be iuest speaker at Sisterhood Sabath services on Friday evening t Beth David Congregation. Mrs. Mann is a former member ;f the Jewish Board of Guardians f New York City, former vice president of membership at Temjle Sinai, Hollywood. Fla., a memier of the congregational board of Temple Sinai, past president of he Sisterhood there and, at present, is chairman of the Florida 3ranch of the National Women's Torah Fund. Mrs. Louis Seitlin. president of 3eth David Sisterhood, will bring meetings from the Sisterhood and jitroduce the guest speaker. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will conduct the services, and Cantor William W. Lipson will chant the liturgical portion, assisted by the choir under the direction of Albert Sussman. Program has been arranged by these Primary Department teachers: Mrs. Esther Lundblad, Mrs. Sarah Parnes, who is also "Judaism in the Home'* chairman, and Mrs. Elsie Stiebel. Bebe Idelson Chapter Bebe Idelson Chapter of Pioneer Women will have a luncheon and card party on Wednesday noon at the Bel Aire Hotel. Mrs. Rae Weisberg is sponsoring the affair in honor of outgoing treasurer. Mrs. Sarah Bobier. Have a ball... Have lots of'em... HEW AfoJiier*& MATZO BALLS! KOSHER 8 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...dy soup you fancy. Balanced Batter Makes them Better.' From (ha tpoUtti kitchen* of Mother's Food Product!, Inc., Newark B, N.J, Some 300 women attended the "Sistie." Awards luneheon sponsor-' ed for the second year by Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on' Wednesday in the Sisterhood Lounge and Auditorium of the Temple. Women receiving "Sisties" in, recognition of their work as lead-; ers in Jewish communal activities w ere: • Mn. Inex M. Kremky, Mt.j Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary past president, active in Greater. Miami Jewish Federation, and a | Sisterhood president; • Mrs. Charles Feinberg, leader in Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Jewish Vocational Sir vice, member of American Jewish Congress national board, and host vice president of Sisterhood; • Mrs. Leon j. EII, national board. National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, and host president of Sisterhood; • Mrs. Aaron Farr, top posts in National Council of Jewish Women. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and host Sisterhood president; • Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, national board of Brandci.s Women's Committee, and a past vice president ol Sisterhood: • Mrs. Morris Alpert, top echelon in Iladassah. and host vice pre-'ident of Sisterhood; • Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet, president ot Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, and host president of Beth Sholom PTA; and • Mrs. Samuel Hirsch, president of Bureau of Jewish Education PTA Council, and past president of Beth Sholom PTA. • Mrs. Irving Westin, past vice president of Sisterhood and a leader of Hadassah. Mrs. Leon Kronish. wife of the spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, received a "Sistie" for her service to the Sisterhood for the past 18 years. Of the 30 women nominated for 'sisties" for, services rendered Sisterhood during the past year, the following nine were elected: Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, past president of Sisterhood. Mrs. Sam Stein. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, Mrs. Aaron If. Reder. Mrs. Seymour Silverman, Mrs. Leon Levin, Mrs. David Drucker, Mrs. Harold Granotf and Mrs. Jerome Greene. Guest speaker for the afternoon was Mrs. Stanley C. 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    ft Friday, March 22, 1963 AM*/***) nnr*+3n.n Page 5-E 4^ocialit Continued front Page 1-B decorated with a profusion of ficus leaves and pink carnations, Harry and Lillian Ross celebrated the Bas Mitzvah of daughter, Stefanie, with a garden party at their Coral Gables home Among the 150 guests dancing to the music of Shop Barrish and his orchestra were Mr. and Mrs. William Klein and Martin Goldstein, of New York, two uncles and an aunt of the celebrant Bas Mitzvah's father is an attorney, and Mrs. Ross is principal of Temple Beth Am Religious School. • Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rothman leaving next weekend for Bayside, N.Y., to attend the reception in honor of their daughter, Carol Ellen, and her husband, Steven L. Scharff Hosting the festivities for the couple wed in November are parents of the bridegroom. Mr. a n d Mrs. Charles Scharff Happy lamily reunion in the offing for Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson Leaving for New York by Isabel Cy to attend the Bar Mitzvah of nephew Morris Ginsberg, grandson of the late Moses Ginsberg, to be held on the 23rd of this month Reversing the direction, visitors from Massachusetts, Mrs. Rose Glazerman, Mrs. Shirley Wolfe, Louis Wolfe, Mrs. Henry Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Issenberg and their three, Kent, Dicki and Peter, here to attend the. Bar Mitzvah this Saturday morning ot Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Issenberg. 0 %  > 4 Influx of vacationing students beginning Among the first. Sammy Miller, 1-1-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. David Miller.. spending his three wtek break from Phillips Academy in Andover. Mass., at his nome, 5939 La Gorce Lr. Same kind of activity at the home of Evelyn and Ben Clein, 7475 SW 118th St. Son Bobby, sophomore at U of Georgia, arrived on Friday, displayed three medals won in the Southeast Conference Swimming Meet rove held in Atlanta, and made plans to leave again on Sunday Other son, Michael, a senior at Georgia Tech, put in an appearance on Saturday with three TEP brothers They're planning to enjoy the sunshine here for a week Michael, who will graduate in December, will receive his commission as a second lieutenant and by January, 1964 will be serving on active duty with the Air Force Youngest member of the Clein household. 5-year-old Patti, invited her whole nursery school over to see her brothers Sigh of relief accompanied the news that they couldn't all quite make it.. + Q Nina Bushcr, who dances under the professional name of Marianina, and is teaching the dancing classes for Edith Zipp at the Starlight Charm School, was featured at the benefit ball given for the James Archer Smith Hospital last Saturday at the Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club New Miami Beach residents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kapcll, who used to call Pass-A-Grille Beach •home," have already deserted the area temporarily Leaving from .New York for a sunv mer abroad, they'll spend a month in Israel and then ton; the continent, returning to thicountry in the fall Mr Kapell is the sister of Dr. Abr ham Woljson, ..director.of the St noza Outdoor Forum. „ %  Women's Council Sets Fund-Raiser Next Thursday Greater Miami B"nai B'rith presidents of the chapters. > Wynne, and Mrs. Eugene SchncidCouncil of Women is having its Miss Edith Simmons is presici man is in charge of posters, annual fund raising affair on' dent of the Council. Publicity Is Trips to the Carnbbean Islands -: Thursday. Mar. 28. at Westbrooke Country Club, 8500 SW 8th St. A musical comedy, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Sixties," featuring songs and dances from the Gay Nineties to the present, written and directed by Mrs. Marvin Schoenberg, program vice president, will be prc••ented. Proceeds will go to the Leo N. I.evi Hospital, Children's Home in Israel, and the Veterans Hospital. Over 2.000 women are represented by the nine participating chapters which are Anne Frank, Coral Gables, Eleanor Roosevelt. Kmma Lazarus, Flamingo, Gilbert Balkin, Miami, Sholem, and West Miami. The committee, headed by Miss Edyth Fleischer, includes the nine being handled by Mrs. Sheldon and Nassau will be given away. IAS I^IERYTHtNG IOSHER y-• %  *m?t">i 5vp"* RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK & RABBI CHAIM BIAUK "Ok STMIT. INC 150 BIVIHION St iW YORK N..Y Exclusive Distributors: HI GRADE FOOD CO., INC. Ph. OX 1-0961 7200 N.W. 29th Avo., Miami > : Wait I lifixJv THE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA FLAIR They're lor Passover They're old world reeipes !" .>, BARTON'S! Browse around JM's Barron s Candy Shop. Find just the treats you 'want. So many to choose from. And they're all authentic Passover specialties. All strictly Kosher for Passover. (Made under the supervision of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.) From top: Kugelhopf, 1 lb. 8 oz. parve l.ffH Miniature Honey Fruit Cakes, box of 15 parve, '2,00 Seven Layer Cake, 1 lb. parve I. lift Passover Bartonettes (82 miniature chocolates) 1 lb. box 2.lf BARTON'S BONBONNIERE, first floor, rniami and fort lauderdale -,



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    Pg* ac ri Page 6-B f lc 9 FI2 Florida State champion. Dramatic Interpretation Class, and David Tanner, soloist. Esther Group will have a Youth Aliyah luncheon at the Deauville Hotel, with a musical program to follow. • • • I. R. Goodman meeting at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., held Wednesday, featured Mrs. Arthur Pekelner in a review of "Ca^t a Giant Shadow." Herzl Grcjo plans a Youth Aliyah afternoon at the home of a Herzl member. Emma Lazerus will have a noon luncheon at the Barcelona Hotel. Morton Towers Group plans a .Youth Aliyah luncheon at the Ronej Plaza, Hotel at noon. Program will have Olga Pavlove. soloist, and guesl speaker. Rabbi Samuel April. Harna Senesch luncheon will be Bt noon in the Pompeii Room ol the Eden Roc Hotel. Joe Michaels and Gil Mars, baritone, will perform.^ • • Shaloma luncheon will be at noon at the Eden Roc Hotel. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will address the group. Michl Gibson. soloist, with Miss Esther Barret, pianist, will entertain. Henrietta Siold luncheon will be In the Rubiyat Room at the Al-' giers Hotel at noon Hattie Wag-; per. contralto. Elmer Hosony, \ i<>linist. Olga Bibor Stern, piano accompanist, and Rabbi Morns Skop, guest speaker, will be on the program. Stephen S. Wise luncheon is slated for the Barcelona Hotel at noon. A skit. '-The Three Red Heads." will be presented. Israeli luncheon is set for the Algiers Hotel. Miss Carol Dunn, soprano, will present a program, and the Kindergarten Class of Temple Emanu-El will give a Sabbath service under the direction of Mrs. Leo Brandeis. Flamingo Chapter Donor Luncheon Flamingo C h a p t e r, National Children's Cardiac Hospital, is having its annual donor pledge luncheon on Wednesday In the Conquistador Room of the Doral Country Club, 4400 NW 87th Ave Highlight ol the day will be Ihe presentation of a check to the National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Albert Rubenstein, liaison of the board of governors of the pital, will accept. A fashion show by Hartleys will be modeled by memberol Flamingo Chapter Event is chaired bj Mrs Irving .' Whitm 4 i CRYSTAL ROOM OF THE LOMBARDY HOTEL RESERVATIONS NOW BEiNG ACCEPTED EOR 9-DAY PERIOD-3 M-ols Daily. SPECIAL PR'CE FOR EARLY PASSOVER RESERVATIONS Under Strict Rnbbinieal Supervision. OUTSTANDING CANTOR WILL OFFICIATE AT SEDERS. r CATERERS UN 6-7761 C o a r M Ts? g *ar SAND-ELL Sunshine Chapter To Host Officers Slate of officers nominated for the coming year will be presented at the next meeting of B"nai B'rith Women, Sunshine Chapter, scheduled for Tuesday, 1 p.m.. at Congress Bowl, 1650 NE 124th St. Entertainment will be humorous reading from Yiddish novels by Mrs. Harry Kurland. Chairman is Mrs, Florence Bernstein. On Wednesday noon, the chapter's fourth annual donor luncheon will be held at the Americana Hotel. Mrs. Milton Weinberg and Mrs. Jack Goldberg are in charge ol reservations. CORAL REEF HOTEL ON OCEAN 36th & COLLiNS AVE. Give Mother or Wife a -Treat to a Traditional PASSOYFR DINNER RATE'S FOR MEALS ONLY FIRST 2 SEDERS $15 PER PERSON COMPLETE 8 DAYS $45 Per Person (Includes: Dinner, Breakfast & Brunch) ROOMS ONLY $5 Daily and up, per person, double For Reservations Call JE 8-8631 SYNAGOGUE ON PREMISES Library Group Seeking Support j_ Surf-Bal-Bay Library group held a general membership meeting last Thursday to select a nominating committee, and map plans for giving community support to the new library serving the Tri-City area. Heading the hostesses was Mrs. Harry Linsky, 1160 103rd St. Mrs. Pat Bromberg was in charge of entertainment, and Judge Theodore Nelson spoke on 1 "The Community Library—A Living Force." President, Mrs. William MaxI well, and treasurer. Mrs Frieda Levine, presented a reading of the i chapter by-laws. STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant (20th CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under Same Management) Ht,l>KST \\'i> HRHT KVllWN I'WItV RESTAl'RANT SERVING STRICTLY PASSOVER FOODS BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNERS + 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 )f The Royal Hungarian TW Restaurant 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Servira De'-eious Food AsAlways PROMENADE HOTEL DINING ROOM PASSOVER SEDER Per Person • Per Seder CANTOR REVEREND ISRAEL OFFICIATING RESERVATIONS: JE 8-5721-Mrs. Kleinberg Americana Hotel PREf-ENTS Passover Seders IN THE GRAND BALLROOM Sponfo'cd by TEMPLE MEN0RAH MIAMI BEACH Conducted by RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ CANTOR EDWARD I TEMPLE CHOIR 1st SEDER, Monday, April 8 $15.00 per person 2nd SEDER, Tuesday, April 9 — SI2.50 per person Children will be admitted at half price. Dietary Laws Observed FOR RESERVATIONS CALL UN 6-0221 8' fc N ei cl n 81 d H C .r w d c Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue — Miami Bea: I Mr. and Mrs. Gewirtz are happy to announce thu* the Hotel will be OPEN FOR PASSOVER. Our Hotel is well known tor 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 .-, RALE'GH HOTEL mmnn m^mm 18th STREET and COLLINS AVENUE RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR The Passover Seders $11.00 PER PERSON FOR BOTH NIGHTS. TRADITIONAL SERVICES BY CANTOS HOROWITZ. Seders served by reservation only. CALL JE 8-2040 — Ask for Pearl — Dining Room Operated by Pearl and Lou formerly of the Red Mill and other leading Miami Beach Hotels. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT ROSHEI CATERERS from hori d'oeuvret to a complete fcufftf 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the Supervision of the U.K.A. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTION! TW TS2 tv



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    Friday, March 22, 1963 Jewish Flur/diaun Page 7-B Young Israel Women's Function Young Israel Sisterhood will hold a "Bagel-and-Lox" night thiSaturday evening in the Temple social hall. Chairing the evening are Mrs. Robert Finkelstein and Mrs. Ben Fishbein. Mrs. Ben Lerrer is president. Temple Judea Brotherhood Temple Judea Brotherhood opening meeting on Tuesday evening in the Temple will highlight a film and commentary on ••Community and Air Defense—Sec-one's for Survival." by T. P. Pope, courtesy of the Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co Installation Set At T Sunday First annual installation dance ol the Yourg Adult Singles Group ol Miami YM11A Branch will be held on Sunday evening in the auditorium of the "Y" at 450 SW 16th Ave. Dancing will be lo the music of a live band. Newly-elected officers and board of the group will be introduced at the affair. \%TI{R ?<:?** 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI IFT US PN'PARE TH* FOOD FOR YOUR PASSOVER SFDERS TO tHIOt IN YOUR OWN HOME Call CA 6-1744 FOR FREE MENU AND PRICE LIST. ALL FOODS PREPARED STRICTLY TC27 ~i'S2 L Participating in charter presentation ceremonies of Aviva Chapter, Mizrachi Women, 11 Beth David Auditorium are standing (left to right i Mrs. Alfred Stone, Greater Miami coordinator; Mrs. Samuel Herman, vice president; Rabbi Norman N. Shapiio, guest speaker; Mrs. Abraham Barlean, social secretary; Mrs. Nathan Pomerantz, chairman, dime bank home boxes. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Fred Rosenzweig, treasurer; Mrs. Isaac Berlin, chairman of the afternoon; Mrs. Nathan Zeichner, president; and Mrs. Max Sternstein, vice president. Council Confab In Minneapolis This Sunday ,\£L/* HOTEL ontainebleau bl, By Special Report .More than 700 delegates will gather in Minneapolis this Sunday for the five-day convention of the National Council of Jewish Worn-, en Highlighting the biennial conclave, which marks the 70th an-, niver.-ary of the educational and, service organization, will be ad-, dresses by U.S. Senators Hubert j H Humphrey and Eugene Mc: Carthy. Issues affecting the future of lewish life at home and abroad will be pinpointed in the presidential report of Mrs. Charles Hymes, of Minneapolis, as well as in speeches by Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, secretary of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, and Meir Shapira Israeli educator. Sen. Humphrey, who is chairman o< the disarmament subcommittee of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, will speak at 1 the openingsession on prospects for a test ban treaty, and the role of American Jewish women in this nation's etforts to achieve disarmament. Another national figure to adABE (JEFTER'S NEW KOSHER ABE GCFTER s* ROMWELL HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 20th ST., MIAMI BEACH World Famoui finUf Juil Kanlgaaarf vfli affinal* al riUMM — ji nUi fcf rapaler DlrecUr, Jeeeefc Bckrdkai.O. loriMtlj el Teaafle b'Hll far u jut*. ea • tl SjhoDle Ckelr. FREE! Ckal.a Laaaraa Mae* f % %  TV, tlll kelei H %  %  Raasti • Mevlca OleM • iBtertalaaaeal Nuklli Many ether fealorea OCEANFRONT AND OCEAN VIEW ROOMS KOSHER. tAp* daily per pers. MEALS 050 double OCC. INCLUDED U Mar. 20-Apr. 7 $14.00 "single. 10 of 105 Rooms Othar rain arallaale Salt, Safer. Val-rrre Dlrla N. Ealra Ckarfe far Strata. .! A Ckeea Keakrr reeUM* Snack Bar CALL ABE GEFTER JE 4-2141 Rrli.nm Srr. Ball, Miiarack dress the convention will be Assis-i tant Secretary of Labor Esther Peterson, who will receive an; NCJW award for personifying the. convention theme, personal commitment by women to social progress. Mrs. Peterson, who is di-1 rector of the Labor Department! Women's Bureau, and executive vice chairman of the President's Commission on the Status of Women, has long been a leader in education and the labor movement. She helped to organize the first International School for Working Women conducted by the Interna tional Confederation of Free Trade Unions in the early 50's. Issues facing the Jewish community will be emphasized in a speech by Dr. Shapiro, who has called the United States an "un rierdeveloped country" in its native Jewish cultural patterns. The NCJW is sponsoring a series | of studies of American Jewish life i through annual grants to scholars I administered by Dr. Shapiro'.foundation. ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET TRADITIONAL seteR SERVICES conducted by CENTRALLY HEATED b AIR COND. (INDIV. CONTR.) PVT. BEACH & POOL [ GDEAUVILLE +{+ RICHARD TUCKER World's Greatest Tenor and Cantor CONDUCTING THE TRADITIONAL %  PASSOVeR sefcens Symphonic Choir of 20 Voices under the leadership of Alan Chester DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN PHONE UN 5-8511 (Catering DepL> OCEAN AT 67th ST.. MIAMI BEACH \. '**? ^AVVS/VV^a .yVVVV > >>yVV^VV>V^^ > ^^^%^rAa<^%^%r>r^r^^^>>^rVA KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVENUE riCE 1 : "W3 Phone JE 2-1671 RESERVATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR THE PASSOVER SEDERS $17.50 Per Person Complete, includes two Seders Services Conducted by CANTOR BEN GROSSBERG MASNGMCN ON PRtMIStS ^^ VW*>rW>rW>V>rVSrV>


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    *-? 8C ?ige 8-B iemvi** nr>r*4i**r) Friday. March 22. 1963 £jar ung Judaea. • Robert Dein iobert Dein will be Bar Mitzh on Saturday morning. Mar. 23. iring services conducted by Dr. ving Lehrman at Temple Eman1 El. A seventh grade student at Ida i Fisher Junior High, the celeant is the son of Morris Dein id Mrs. Louis Kaltner. A reception Saturday evening at e Famous Restaurant will honor e Bar Mitzvah. • Stuart Cohan 3ar Mitzvah of Stuart Cohen ill be observed on Saturday, far. 23, during services at Is•alite Center. Rabbi Morton 3 alavsky will officiate. The celebrant is a student at the Center's Religious School. Following the ceremony, Mr. nd Mrs. Paul Cohen, 2796 SW 84th Ct., will honor their son at! Kiddush in the Social Hall. e Howard Weisenthal Dr. Irving Lehrman will offic le at the Bar Mitzvah of Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis 'Veisenthal on Saturday morning, lar. 23. at Temple Emanu-El. Howard is a seventh grade stu i ent at Nautilus Junior High and ays in the school band. His KtVtf M A Ot ASS OS A CU TETLEY TEA m other recreations include baseball, swimming, model building and stamp-collecting. A reception at the celebrant's home will follow the ceremony. s s o Brian Abratn Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs Martin Abrams, 3511 SW 19th Ter.. will be Bar Mitzvah during services Saturday. Mar. 23. 5:45 p.m.. at Israelite Center. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. The celebrant is a student at the Center's Religious School. Allen Lippman Saturday morning services. Mar. 23. conducted by Rabbi Morton Shalowitz at Congregation' Yehudah Moshe will include the Bar Mitzvah of Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lippman Robert Dein I Allen is a seventh grade student at Norland Junior High. Alan 'Freeman Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will of ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Al ^an Freeman during services Sat! urday morning, Mar. 23. at Temple Beth Am. The celebrant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Freeman, 12600 SW i 71st Ave., and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Teitch. Richard Krissct Joy lacobton He is an eighth grade student at Palmetto Junior High and plays clarinet in the concert band. A reception in his honor will be held at the Deauville Hotel on Saturday evening. Joy Jacobson Joy, daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Irving Jacobson, will be Bus Mitzvah during late Friday evening service's, Mar. 22, at Beth Kodesta Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. The celebrant is a student aShenandoah Junior High. He father is president of Beth Kode> Congregation. • • • Charles Saffor Saturday morning services cor. ducted bv Rabbi Tibor Stern ;r Temple Beth Jacob on Mar 23 will include Bar Mitzvan obsert ance of Charles Saffer. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saffer 844 Jefferson Ave., the celebrant is a student at Ida M. Fisher Ju nior High and plays trumpet i i the school band. o • Richard Krissel Richard Krissel, son ot Mrs Mildred Krissel and Mr. Irving Krissel. was feted at the home ol his mother's parents. Mr. and Mr. Samuel R. Goldsmith, Atlanti Beach, L.I., following his Ba Mitzvah observance. A Miami Beach resident. Mrs Krissel is group sales director o! Ihe Coconut Grove Playhousi A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yta, dkcte'i Yom To* spirit U can fine tea..."flivor cnuhed" tot fullest strength and stirauUtioe, ... rkber taste and pleiv %  re with your fleishigs and •ilchi *, tad bttwsre steal sefrtthsnint... Certified Ko$her mdmetriu Rabbinical Supervitiam F'*" %  i %  %  The breaking of the iriatzo is at the heart of the Seder. i : Don't you think this tradition deserves the one matzo that was first served 187 Passovers ago? %  i Distributed by: FOOD CRAPTIRS DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 3341 N.W. 65th St.. Miomi, Flo. Ph. OX 14232



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    Friday. March 22. 1963 4 &•;#, nnrirfatn Page 9-B fo£*V 5fer/i Ce/r7//e$ Seashore Products as Kosher Seaihon Food Products, one ol Miami's outstanding manufacturers of kosher foods, is announcing the nppoinment of' Rabbi Tibor Stern adirector of kashruih fur Its ntire plant. I accepting the appointment. Rabbi Stern revealed that Sea shore has been operating unde* his strici personal lupervislon Feb. 21. Seashore also announced the adi of a new line of specialties tu its already well-known and well. libhed variety of products. Seashore is the only plant soutt, of Baltimore that locally procktes such items as pickles, krairt, tomatoes, peppers, horserad:sf, russell, borscht, egg borttht, pickled beets, and shav. To this line of food products, hich has already received geni rous public acceptance, and is stocked by all the major supermarkets and food departments and -lorH in South Florida, is now hcing added these new Seashore hose popularity will quick l> match Seashore's pioneer line ., institutions, declares that "similar great progress here. Harry Kap : mtzes, knisnes. potato salad. ., ....... _„ slaw herring salad and ies P nst ls "> evidence among chuk recalls that not ~o long ago. lie pudding. Specialist food housewives They feel that Seathere were only a handful ot wideult.mt to Seashore on these shore foods rival and outdo grandly-accepted items in the Seashore ucts is Mrs. Fannie Mendelmother's old and tested recipes." line. Today, we are proud of our long prominent in the food Industry here, who now occupies a 1 post in Seashore's modern lens. isnore Food Products. Inc., been in business for more than years here, and its new plant Ipa-locka, covering more than and a half acres, and incorporating some 35.000 sq. ft., has I" %  in operation some two and a half years. Founder of the firm is Harry K,-pcr.uk. Together with his brother, Marty Kapchuk, they operate and maintain personal supervision over the well-established recipes and formulas, which have a longtime acceptance among hotel owners and institutional users of Seashore foods. and delicacies." adding that they can be found in homes as farthing as Miami, California, Detroit, Houston, Washington, DC. New Jersey, and Kansas City. In announcing the appointment of Rabbi Stern as director of kashruth at Seashore, the firm reveals that all its products will be prepared and manufactured in strict accordance with dietary laws and requirements. Seashore's Kosher for Passover products are pickles, kraut, tomatoes, peppers. Horseradish, russell. borscht, egg borscht. pickled beets, shav, cole salw and potato salad. MRS. OSCAR ROStNTHAl Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, in charge of Kashruth, inspects Seashore products with Harry Kapchuk. Summing up their decade ol ever 37 outstanding food products} scloncc and religion Newly-Created Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Medallion of Honor Goes to Mrs Weinkle But in taking over supervision at Seashore, Rabbi Stern emphasized that all Seashore's foods, both the new and old lines, are otherwise kosher the year-round. Rabbi Stern said that all products are taste-tested by expert fcod chemists. Many formulas and their quality control are worked out in cooperation with chemists from the University of Miami and Cornell University. Rabbi Stern, spiritual leader ol! ho


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    rcge 10-B +j mi. t i n*riri&*n Friday. March 22, 1963 i ... .;; %  BHOBVi P> %  j Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl Golf's Big Week: Since last onday. the Blue Course al Doral .is been playing hosl to the na%  on's top pros and amateurs. The Doral Invitational, now in .s second year, has lured the est swingers anywhere to vie jir the $50,000 in prize money. ie winning pro takes home $9.. JO. It's a nice week's pay even 3 r a movie star. Frank Strafaci. who is a mem r of one of America's golfing : -t families, and has won a num -r of amateur golfdom's top ties in the more than 30 years He's been a nationally known me in fairway circles, is director of the Doral tournament. 7 rank has done a superman job •] beating the drums and proofing this big-time golf show. ."t promises to be a whopping •'. ccess after an inauspicious art last March. The 72-hole tourney, which cot under way Thursday, will -/ind up on Sunday. You still Have plenty of time to see the •nost exciting part of the show, •he final 36 holes, when the real rction and thrills mount right .p to the last hole of the last cay's shooting. Prices have been reduced for •.e Doral links spectacular. Ticks for each round can be bought %  the clubhouse or at local sorting establishments. Grab the family and spend the ay on the Doral Blue Course. '. ou'll learn a lot from watching • ich outstanding players as Arjld Palmer. Gary Player, Jack icklaus and last year's Doral inner, Billy Casper, plus dozis more of the best swingers • the world. e • Around the Hotel Circuit: Sam %  .'• wmnmrrr T; Iff you like KREPLACH You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy -Ar Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout ISc per servingl my Davis continues his engagement al ithe Fontainebleau La Ronde through Thursday. Mar. 28. The supper club will close until Apr. 11, when Abbe Lane and Xavier Cugat ope;i. The Deauville Casanova Room features the baritone voice of Robert Goulet through Sundaynight. On Monday. Pearl Bailey and company will make her lirst appearance at the 67th St. and Collins hostelry. The Eden Roc Cafe Pompeii spotlights two fast-rising youngsters in the world of entertainment. They are Sergio Franchi and Barbara Streisand. Franchi, only in this country since October, already has been featured at Carnegie Hall and the Ed Sullivan Show three times. He came here directly from a four-week engagement at the N.Y. WaldorfAstoria. Miss Streisand, just turned 20, was an unknown until her appearance in "I Can Get it for You Wholesale" on Broadway last year. Since then she has really moved fast, appearing at the Blue Angel and Bon Soir in New York. The Diplomat Cafe Cristal blacks out until the first week in April, when it reopens with Allen Sherman, who has soared to national entertainment renown thiough a best-selling LP album called "My Son. The Folk Singer." Its fantastic sales record has been followed by a second LP titled. "My Son. The Celebrity." A rotund, bouncy guy who loves to entertain his friends at parties. Sherman's best-sell ing album was recorded at a Hollywood party session Stage ar.i Scree~t: With inter pl "rowing by leans and bounds in th6 local premiere Of "David and Lisa." the Wometco management booked the year's "SOT; prise" movie into the Carib. where it will run in conjunction with the Mayfair. Sunset and Parkway. The offbeat story of two teen-agers who, though mentally disturbed, fall in love, introduces two young players who never appeared on the screen until their "big breaks" in this picture. The Normandie will hold over "Divorce—Italian Style." which continues to do big business. "The Son of Flubber." the comedy hit. will remain at the Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. Herman Yablakoff and Bella Mysell, along with Rivka Rubin and Isidore Lipinsky, are starring in a limited engagement of the Yiddish musical. "My Son and I," at the DiLido Hr-tel off-Broadway Theatre, from Friday, Mar.. 22, through MoncViy, Mar. 25, and well worth seeing. Prices are reasonable, and performances are nightly, starting at 9 p.m. One of Broadway's all time long-run hits. "Abie's Irish Rose." brought up to date, will have its premiere at the DiLido Theatre starting Friday. Mar. 29. Tickets are now on sale in the hotel lobby. Freddy Martin's dance orchestra continues as the feature of the Starlight Roof supper club in the Doral Beach Hotel. Added are the Magi Violins of Mexico. Les Dudec's string ensemble, featuring the golden tones of Floria Blake, are the popular musical attractions in the elegant Mona Lisa Room of the Eden Roc. Saturday night. Luis Va rona's Latin rhythms for dancing are an extra added feature. Both Sides of the Bay: Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will have a reception and dinner Apr. 7 at the Playhouse, Miami Springs Villas. Emanuel Tropp. associate director of the Center, is in charge of arrangements. Richard Tucker, leading tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company and universally considered the world's foremost cantor, will conduct the Passover Seder services in the Deauville Hotel's Grand Ballroom Apr. 8 and 9. There will be two services, one on each indicated date. First Seder will begin at 7 p.m., Monday, Apr. 8; second at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 9. 57 CLEANStBj^ ^LORINE BUA0 *"MPCTS AS IT ei* CERTIFIED KOSHER AND PARVE AJAX It's used in more than twice as many New York Jewish homes as any other cleanser! No wonder! Ajax has Scour Power that gets out stains even straight liquid bleach can't reach! 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    Page 12-B m. m a~mr__ff-*Ja.^ Friday. March 22. ulfc /" t\/A WOMAN OF THE WEEK Eva M. Blum should be on "What's My Line?" No one would believe that this little sweet-faced woman, after the death of her husband, actively managed a twenty-live chair barber shop on 14th St., back of the White House in Washington, D.C. Six years ago she retired—it took a fractured spine to do it and to send her to Miami. She was born in Riga. Her father, a veteran of the Russian-Turkish war, owned a tea-house there. He felt the revolution fermenting, sp he took his eight sons and three daughters and left by boat on the river Dewan to the Baltic Sea. They finally arrived in the U.S., and settled in Washington. Eva, then about thirteen, loved the freedom of the United States—no fear of pogroms, no insults, and it was thrilling to come and go without fear. Good in languages, she went to night school to get a better understanding of English. She worked hard at her education, learning by doing. She got a job as a cashier and bookkeeper, and worked until she met her future husband, Michael. They eloped when she was seventeen, and he two years older. They were forgiven by the family and lived in Cleveland, where their two daughters were born. Eleanor is married to Vlademir Sokolof, and they live in Philadelphia, where they are a duo piano team on the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music. They have two daughters, Laurie and Cathie. Their other daughter, Jean, is married to Henry J. Cohen, who is in charge of a broadcasting station in Washington. They have-two children, Michael and Darlene. As a youngster, Eva was taught about Zionism by her Orthodox parents. She grew up having as her goal a homeland in Palestine for the Jews. Arriving here in a wheel chair, she settled in North Miami Even when flat on her back, she sold over $250,000 in Israel Bonds for Hadassah. She adapted her business techniques to fund-raising in I Youth Aliyah. Presently, she's president of Haiuia Scnesch Group of' Hadassah. Eva also was president of Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith and is now counselor and trustee. In additon, she has been active in American Jewish Congress, among others. Eva likes to sing, write skits, direct, raise funds, and do just about everything that brings her in contact with people. Even though Eva is affiliated wtih different organizations, she's not just a "belonger." All of her life, she has been a "doer," and she still is. More power to Eva. THEY CAME FROM ATLANTA Janice and Gerald Ghertner flew in from Atlanta to host the 75th birthday party of Janice's father, Harry Magid. Her mother, Ann, did the inviting of all of their closest friends and relatives. The party was set at the Bonfire Restaurant. Effie Platolf read an original poem in honor of Harry, which was all about his wife, Ann. A champagne toast delighted Harry's baby sister, Jeanettc Good, who looking veryglamorous in black chiffon, and was also celebrating her birthday. Among guests were May and Al Sandier, Bertha and Maurice Marcus, Bessie and Morris Rubin, Rose and Sam Ginsburg, Mrs. Molly Mancil, Mrs. Dorothy Ginsburg, Myra and Aaron Farr, the Sam Fains, the Harry Frankels, and the three great-grandncphews, David Selib. Harry Goldman, and Harvey Farr. YOU GOTTA HAVE MAZEL Bertha Renzeler has mazel, all right—also seven grandchildren and ten a half great grandchildren. Dotty and Leon Kaplan and Lee and Betty Singer and the out-of-town son and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Harry G. Rinzler, Mrs. A. C. Leibovitz and a niece, Mrs. Macy Gordon, of Passaic, N.J., all got together to give Bertha an 80th birthday party that she will never forget. It was at the Lucerne Hotel, and they ail enjoyed the show, "You Gotta Have Mazel." The birthday girl was all in blue, with a big white orchid that her newest married grand-1 children, Rita and Edwin Ginsburg, sent from Gainesville. It was not possible for all the grandchildren to be present—just Linda and Dick Brickman and one great-grandchild, Stanley Kaplan. Bertha is still wide-eyed over .all the calls and cards that seemed never to stop coming. MONDAY NIGHTS ARE INFORMAL The moon was big and round and golden. Hattie and Sam Friedland planned it that way so that their guests having cocktails and hor d'oeuvres on the terrace could enjoy the view of the moonlit golf course. Dinner was in the new Presidential Room in the Diplomat Country Club. Shaggy white mums made attractive centerpieces on the tables for eight, high-lighting the red decor. Among guests were Bea and Sam Blank, Bertha and Leonard Abess, Aaron and Marcie Kanner, Bea and Morris Lapidus, Byrtha and Dave Phillips. Ruth and Max Orovitz. Mynette and Otto Bresky, Claire and Art Rosichan, Sylvia and Sydney Lefcourt. Millicent and Herbert Tennebom, Marcella and Arthur Ungar, Martha and Stanley Myers, Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Margie and Irv Cowan, Mollie and Dan Ruskin, and Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. BATTING A THOUSAND LAUGHS CLOWNS PEOPLE the show was good at the Coconut Grove Playhouse; the luncheon and style show in the Playhouse Restaurant first was fun, too. There were several luncheons at Wednesday's matinee. One of the largest was given by Mrs. Louis Bernstein, from Portland, Ore., who is visit ing her daughter. Brenda (Mrs. Bob) Shapiro. Among guests were Mrs. Jerry Goodman, Mrs. Jack Rubin, Mrs. Burt Friedman, Mrs. Maurice Furman and Mrs. Samuel Weissel. Out in the lobby. Florence (Mrs. Albert) Pick was chatting with Julia Nicholas. Spotted in the laughing audience were Mrs. Alyce Pincus and Mrs. Adelma Hellman. Bess (Mrs. Louis) Glasser and Sara (Mrs. Charles) Fruchman were practically on the stage—their seats were in the orchestra pit. Double Betrothal, Double Wedding On Their Agenda A double engagement and plans for a double wedding in August are being announced this week by Mr. and Mrs. George Kopp, 580 SW 44th PL Daughter Suzan Irma Kopp is betrothed to Mark William Hershdorfer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Hershdorfer. 296 NW 109th St. Daughter Janet Ilcnc Kopp will be the bride of Michael Stephen Brown, son of Adolph Brown, 203 Viscaya Avc., Coral Gables. Suzan is a graduate of Miami Senior High and was a member of BZB B'nai B'rith Girls. She attended the Universities of Florida and Miami, where she majored in elementary education. Formerly with Temple Emanu-El as secretary to the executive director, at present she is employed by Lucaya Construction Co.. Ltd. Mark is a graduate of Madison High, Brooklyn, and Adelphi ColMISS CAROL ANN SMITH Carpel, Reed Plan for July Mi>s Susan Lou Carpel ar.d Bert H. Reed Jr.. are planning to be married os July 28. Announcement of the betrothal is made by the future bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Carpel, of 122 E. San Marion Dr. The prospective bridegroom IS the son of Dr. and Mrs B. H. Reed ST., of Tauhton, Mass. California Girl Plans Rites With Paul Whitebrook Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hilton Smith, of Salinas. Calif., have an nounced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Carol Ann Smith. to Paul Allen Whitebrook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Whitebrook. of Hibiscus Island, Miami Beach. The future bridegroom is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi and Alpha Delta Sigma, national honorary advertising fraternity. He is the brother of Miss Nan White brook, a senior at New York University, and the grandson of Mrs. J. L. Schermtfr. of Seattle, Wash and Mr. Henry Weissenbach. of New York Cify. The bride-to-be was graduated from Stanford University after attending the University of Call fornia at Santa Barbara for t un J years. 9* Miss-Smith has been doing graduate work at the University of California at L< Angeles Her great-grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, Jacob Clausen, v. ere pioneers in the Salinas Valley. Following their June 8 wedding in Salinas, they will make thenhome in Miami, where Mr. White brook will continue his studies ll the University of Miami. Eleanor Roosevelt Unit Nominations Agenda for the Eleanor Roose veil Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women meeting on Wednesday evening at the Tastee Inn included nomination of new officers. Entertainment was provided by the ,B'nai B'rith Youth Organization which presented a skit. Election of the new slate will be held on Apr. IT. with installation ceremony slated for May 15. MIS JANtT KOPf LOOK •IF oil rou BOOK! | FREE > TOUR t CATALOG nits 5CORIS OF ITINERARIES HUNDREDS OF DEPARTURES| • INCLUDING THE PERFECT TOUR f OR your israel 1 EUROPE £">642 and EUROPE THRIFT BY JET WEEKLY DEPARTURES INCLUDING 8 DAYS HOTEL Spring & Summer Tours $0,00 ESCORTED 29 DAYS BY JET Request Tour Catalog K from George Kronengold I ravel ervice Miami Beach Office 540 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Tel.: JE 1 0455 .**' MISS SUZAN KOPP lege, L.I. Active in the Blackfriars Guild, he had many roles in off-Broadway productions, and received his master's degree from Boston University. He is a former drama teacher in the New York City school system, and was with United Jewish Appeal as a field representative. He is a partner in Southeast Drug and Cosmetics Co. Janet is a graduate of Miami Senior High and was a member of Sigma Delta Phi Council of the YMHA. She attended the University of Florida, and is currently attending the University of Miami, majoring in elementary education. Michael graduated from Coral Gables Senior High and attended the University of Florida, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi social fraternity and I'lii Eta Sigma honorary. He graduated from the University of Miami School of Business, magna cum laude, and is presently a graduate assistant at the University of Miami. He is a member of Beta Alpha Psi, accounting fraternity; Phi Kappa Phi. honorary; Graduate Business Society; and Beta Gamma Sigma, national business honorary fraternity. ilxY LAKE i#AlVir J| n tne B | ue Ric,.,e Mountains Complete camp activities, small groups, 1000 acres of fully equipped facilities two 40 acre lakes, featuring water skiing ond horsebock riding, and including music, drama, nature study, arts and crafts, booing, trips, and special Teen Age Camps, limited Enrollment. Tutoring avoiloble. Skilled and experienced camp directors and counselors, rr further information call: Donna Steinmetx & Don Lichtenstein, Ph. 624-0692 Bernice and Jack Altman, Ph. 661-0534 P.O. Box 159, Miami 45, Fla. —~-~



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    +Jewish ftorktiairi Page 13-B the ehoice of Mrs. Robert Bell. Of iced green sherbert color, it was banded in iced blue and had U>0 blue encircling the waist. Mrs. Murray Greene's dress featured a decollete V neckline -JB.lwUL.te a tf •#. f,S''j} J crepe, it was printed in gold, orange and green, and was draped into the neckline and molded slightly over the hips into a sheath skirt. KJ> B ETH Torah Congregation sponsored its annual "Shower of Stars" Sunday evening. Held m die North Miami Beach Auditorium, members and their guests filled the large room. Wife of hi. Mrs. Max Lipschitz, chose an electric blue silk satin theatre ensemble with matching it i idol er rs, in %  ir teal Laurence Brant wore a white brocade sheath with a waist-length fitted jacket The neckline of her as cut in a high straight i narrow shoulder straps the line, A black Bilk 11 tilt, with godet type iii%  the hem giving it a low as the choice of Mrs Leb ller bodice was her neckline was a 1 Mis. Konald Friedel an avacado green silk v ith a self-fabric rosette al the waist. Her skirt was softi :ed into lullness. k and white blended into i was worn by Mrs. Nathan Roblnowitz. Her two-piece Jn si featured a short bolero jacket with jet buttons. Her Miss Sherry Robmowitz, wore a black silk shantung >h;NG RINGS TENNIS COURTS l **6E GYMNASIUM lulRS. Stanley Friedman's %  shocking pink silk alpaca had an unusual fashion touch in the double bell silhouette. Her modified overblouse flared into the •bell" line, and her skirt repeated the line, beginning much lower than the waistline, which was fitted. Black silk organza with the tunic overskirt was the choice of Mrs. Albert Cassorla. A blue and green abstract silk i print was worn by Mrs. Robert Lee Schwartz. The print followed the asymetrical lines across the bodice, and then banded around in horizontal lines in her Periwinkle blue and white stripes on a jersey dress was the base for Mrs. Isadore Abrams' ensemble. Over the high-necked, three-quarter-length-sleeved dress she wore a sleeveless blue coat of moygashel linen with oversized white pearl buttons. Blue and white was also the color choice of Mrs. Jack Lavin. A white arnyl and cotton with a pleated skirt was topped with a double-breasted jacket in blue and white checks. The jacket featured a deep V neckline exposing the jewel neckline of her dress. Sweet Sixteen For Miss Sandier A sweet sixteen celebration is the occasion for a luncheon honoring Miss Sherry Sandier in the Empire Room of the Eden Roc Hotel on Saturday. Hosting the festivities will be Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Sandier, parents of the birthday deb. Joining 60 fellow students from Miami Beach High will be the honoree's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Engelberg and Simon Sandier, her maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Lena Kurtz, uncle. Philip Engelberg, and a cousin, Miss Bea Kalstein. Navy School Assigns Halpert Barry Stuart Halpert, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol "Buddy"" Halperl. 918 Manati Ave.. Coral Gables, will be graduated Apr. 2 from the Gnat Lakes Naval Training Center Journalist School in North Chicago. III. The llalpcrls received word this week that Barry had satisfactorily completed courses in public relations, radio, and television script writing. Following his graduation, Barry will be transferred for 18 months oi service in Norfolk, Va. MISS SHERRY SANDIER MRS. STEVEN SCHARfF Rothmans Tell Carol's Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rothman, 6141 SW 64th PL, So. Miami, announce the marriage of their daughter. Carol Ellen, to Steven L. Scharff on Nov. 17, 1962. Parents of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scharff, will honor the couple at a reception in their home in Bayside, N.Y., on Mar. 31. Women's Division Meets Wednesday Women's Division Chamber of Commerce. Surfside. Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, will meet Wednesday noon at the Singapore Hotel. Card games will follow the business agenda, conducted by Mrs. Milton Levinson, president. The organization is sponsoring a First-Aid class every Tuesday evening at Surfside Town Hall under the leadership of Amcncai Red Cross instructors. Now in Coral Gables We comb the Beach and Coral Gables too! Two of the Leading Hair Stylists from our Lincoln Road Salon, Mr. Bert and Miss Janine. have joined our Coral Gables staff. '$* 236 VALENCIA AVE. Highland 5-2651 BEAUTY SALON SUPREME 1020 IINCOIN ROAD MALL JEfferson 8-3666 AUTHORIZED DEALER Quality HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Servict All Makei BatUrm — Mold! STANLEY GOULD 1238 Uncoil Itid (At Altai RlJ Ttti—Trpdo—Trio It—Trmt j -7li i on her Happiest Day DAYTIME, EVENING and BRIDAL originals, exclusively designed and created I 1075 KANE CONCOURSI <96th Str*.t> •AY HARBOR ISLAND • MIAMI BEACH PHONE 864-3611 Afore Than Just a Vacatior j f \ SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA I "FREE GOLF" One Hour to Tampa and St. Pete. j Tel. 726-1161 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Chocolate Matzo Balls! For Passover entertaining. Delightful balls of chocolate-nutmarshmallow, cocoanut and truffles. In holiday-decorated boxes. 24 to a box—$1.85. One of 63 different choices of Kosher-for-Passover candies and cakes made by Barton's. mm (Authorized Agency) 532 LINCOLN ROAD MALL JE 8-0409



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    *-ocial hour will fol'-ow the meeting. Louis Seitlin is dub president. Dado Educators At Camp Osceola Two Dade County educators have purchased Camp Osceola at Horse Show. N.C. They are Alan l.von, principal of Cutler Ridge Elementary school, and Erwin Marshall, of Carol City Elemen tary. Marshall received both his undergraduate and Mast< r's le( from the Universitj ol Miami. 11. and Profession.. Joun-, kin Dr. Irving Uhrman. and Jack f%^g£?% ,££ n ^ K rtT-ns^ We rtdTy S s Sorln 8 committee Includes dale Element.* School in 1949. ; l/; | i the organization's Mr. acd Mrs. William Agranove, He was later selected to teach third Seder celcbra Mr. and Mrs. Sidnej D. Ansin, Mr. at Dade Demonstration School, rating the 15th an and Mrs William Bornstein, Mr. a nd became the first male class: the State of Israel. and Mrs Joseph Cohen. Julius E rocm teacher at West Laboratory I.scussing the programs of the Business and Professional Council for Kupat Holim. Israel's medical arm. are (left to r ant) Aaron Glazarov. Jacob Riikin. at whose home the meet.:'q was held. Jack S. Popick, and Paul R. Gordon. Plans Finalized for Third Seder Here; Ambassador Comay to be Guest Speaker Friday, March 22. 1963 Opti-Mrs. Club Assists School Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach held a luncheon meeting on Tuesday a.1 the Barcelona Hotel, A financial report on tht> dinner dance held lest week was given Mrs. Murray Sonnett is piv-i dent of the club. £.. R1CARD0 KORAN Flagler Federal Barnes Moran Rieardo Moran. former Havana banker and attorney, has -been named a vice president ol Flag ler Federal Savin-and Loan iation "| Miami. M ran attended Stetson Univer V? OTARION HEARING AIDS ftepoli 4i, Motei WH.Lc lOU WAIT Batten** end Mo'df Imperial Htwnnj Aid Co. 42 N.W First SJ. FR 7-1022 __ TfRMf — TR.5DES __ WE REGRET THAT THE u lion of Oithod • / u :>l ( ttions of Awrtij ..pu. 1 1 "'.! in error in our advertising THE DEAUVILLE HOTEL Collins Ave. at 67th St. ROOM FOR RENT in boutiful private home near T63rd !, M %  %  •""'"" .•" %  st shopping Center. Private, both, ..i, sit} in Maud, prior to ;.• %  %  ... tondit;o P ^ a 9 priva e entrance, with o, bis law degree at the Uni\ersilj wifnou |, os her rreals. Write Mrs. M., ol Havana in 1925. He was a sen lor member of the law firm "1 Box 2973. Main Posioffice, Miami 1 Pioneers to Fete Jacob Huberts guest of honor. Charles Hall, Mrs. Gertruoe Ham Marshall served as principal oi ,,med honorary chairman last erschlag, Mr and Mrs Max Hecht. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center Miami philanthropist Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ka'/man. Mr for live years, and at present is communal worker Jack A. and Mrs, Moe Levin, Mr. and a teacher and department head at ,or cSman ol'the third Mrs. Sam Lachman. Dr. and Mrs Temple Beth Am. He directed the r js MrAnna Brenner MevMilton Lubarr, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Flagler-Granada Summer Day Honorary co-chairmen are Merwitar. Dr. and Mrs. Julian Camp for four years, and superbhi Leon Kroni-h. Jacob KitRickles. Mr and Mrs. Seymour vised all teen-age activities there Rubin, Mr. and MrHarry Sim onhoff, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Q ne f|i J 0 J nS \\ eitz. Executive director of the counSHOTCS OffiCO cil is Moshe Berman. The third L incheon on Wednesday norm at Seder celebration will assist the -, Star Restaurant, sponsored by I establishment of a Kupat lloiim Iter Women Club 2. will honor: Medical Center in the Negev ot an' Mrs Jacob Hubert for J Israel. Itstanding dedication and conlUons to the children's '"'""KyoLpaw. Tpttfhor „. teael." according to Mrs. PieDreW leOMCr Liftman, president. Weds Israeli secretary i and counsel until c.i> tro took over Cubabankand utilities in I960 Moran had been actively identified with Chamber of Commerce affairs in Cuba. For many years, he was secretary and general counsel for the Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of Cuba. In addition, he served as treasurer and vice president of the Joint Committee of Economic Corporation of Cuba. He was vice president of La associated with the Miami Beach I ubana Compania Nacional deoffice as an acSeguros, one of the oldest and count executive, best-known insurance companies Dooley said in Cuba, and was counsel for the that Onett comNational Board ol Sanitation UUUMIW SOfT WATER ONE FLAT RATE IINDSAY WATER CONDITIONING HI 8-4633 John w. Dooley. manager of Merrill Lynch, l'ieree. Fenner and Smith, ha.announced that George Onett. of Miami Shores, will be ter, • %  -• %  •'••— %  ""•" %  Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual SURFS!DE < leader of Temple Zion, officiated • > 04 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hardinq Ave. at the wedding and rendered the > Ph. JE 1-3812 Ph. UN 6-6.171 J.musical portions of the liturgy. MIAMI BEACH wanada 1013 MFRlnlt* AYE. MIAMI BEACH YEARLY BASIS s 151 Per Month Per P'-rscn Dcuble Occ. Including 3 KOSHER MEALS DAILY Eve and Terry Spondei Phone JE 1-0496 #.*? pic tre CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH 9473 HARDING AVENUE SURFSIDE HABERDASHERY 38fh Year on Miami Beach 1 ISRAEL BONDS pleted his training at the New i office oi Merrill I. y n c h BI • is a registered rep oi I i I Nev York Stock ONETT Exchar. :e a n d musical poruons <>i me liturgy. lni National Associ lion ol Secur {. Mrs. Marjorie .Brown offered a ities Dealers. musical program, accompanied bj < the Bernard Zyss orchestra. The j conductor is the bride's son. The new Mrs Klein is a memI her of the Hebrew faculty at Tcm' pie Zion. Mr. Klein has recently arrived here from Israel. Guests at the ceremony included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the governmentalactivities and sen Bureau of Jewish Education; Dr.' cd as president ol the Delta %  and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, con' Tlieta Phi Fratern.ty. snltant to the Bureau; Mr. and 1 Mrs. Zvi Bcrger. assistant Bureau Board E/eCfion Sunday director; Habbi and Mrs. Shimon mmmmsammmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmiimmKwmmm** rive 7"T c or" Wh"' a RnillMi'an i; Rn--i-rc ~r '-': Onett is a graduate oi the I ii versity ol Pittsburgh and the i verslty of Miami School ol !. He is married to native Fl ridian M a r ;: a r e 1 Scln.ei r, ai d ;1'.'' Onetts have five children. David 15, Dale 12. Linda in. Christian ;.. and Michael 1 month. He has been active in civic ami WILL PAY CASH FOR ALL ISSUES Write M. H. N. Box 2973 Main Postoffice Miami 1, Florida ', Azulay, president of the Hebrew Teachers Alliance. Also present were members of During a regular congregational meeting at Temple Sinai on Sunday evening, main business conthe executive board and other ducted will be election of board teachers at Temple Zion. I of trustees. SENIOR CITIZENS BOARDING HOME MEALS, NURSE, HOME-LIKE. PHONE 635-0035 CANTOR-BAAL KOREH AND EXPERT TEACHER. V/ILL ACCEPT FOR SEDORIM Will go any place. Reasonable. Call evening or early morning Ph. 633-9869 BRAGER & COMPANY, INC. 60 Wall Street New York City SECURITIES UNDERWRITINGS Announces the Opening of a Southeast Branch Office at 407 Lincoln Road Mami Beach, Florida SHIRLEY KAY ROCKLIN Area Representative JE 2-3348 Specialists in Israeli Investments Stocks & Bonds Branches in all principal cities fcLtCT HAUL J. ONC-ILL FOR STATE LEGISLATURE O'NEILL FEELS IT'S TIME WE HAVE A TWO PARTY SYSTEM IN FLORIDA, WHICH WILL BRING BETTER GOVERNMENT TO ALL. • O'lVEfU Favors Repeal of fntangible Tax • MEDICARE at Slate level Control for Young ani Old • No Sales Tax on Foods or Drugs DEMOCRATS and REPUBLICANS CAN VOTE for PAUL J. O'NEILL THE VOTE IS COUNTY WIDE MARCH 26th PULL LEVER 4-B (Mrs. O'Neill is daughter of Arthur Stern, District Committeeman, who lives in Morton Towers.) n Pot Adv. *\ BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED Y TOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict Supervision ot the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth ot Florida Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ever, Director 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MODCRN EQUIPMENT & fUSNISHINGS FIREPROOF BUILDING 310 Collins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach



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    . !. Friday. March 22, 1963 *JmM nhrMt&n Pag 1S-Z Polling Tuesday to Decide Winners Democrats and Republicans willicrat; Paul J. O'Neill, Republican, ocrat; Rov A MacDonald RcpubV ie fur the 12 new Dade County I Group 6—Murray Dubbin, Demlican seats in the Florida House of Rep-1 ocrat; Muriel C. McKay, Repubi.xniatives and the one new seat! lican. in the Senate as a result of the i Group 7—Mrs. Mary Ann Macrecent reapportionment when Kenzie, Democrat; William M. goes to the polls Manker, Republican. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Greater Miami on Tuesday. In the race for the Senate, the Democrats will pit George L. Ilnllahan against Charles P. English for the Republicans. In the contests for the House, opposing candidates arc as follow s: Group 1—David Eldredgc. Democrat; Jay McOlon, Republican. Group 4—Lee Weissenborn, Democrat; Elwood T. Lippincott, Republican. Group 5—Leo Furlong, DemoGroup 14—Mrs. Maxine Baker, Democrat; Richard B. Berndt, Republican. Group 8—Richard A. Pcttigrew, Democrat; Phil Chafetz, Republican. Group 9—Eddie Gong, Democrat; Bob Rosasco, Republican. Group 10—Jesse Yarborough. Democrat; Tex Copulos. Republi can. Group 11—Tom Spencer, Democrat; Frank Hileman. Republican. Group 12— Richard Fincher. Democrat; Mathew M. Slepin, Republican. Group 13—Louis Wolfson, DemBeach Realtor Passes at 52 Miami Beach realtor and attorn-i i j. Irving Hoffman, 52, died Mar. 15. He lived at 690 So. Shore Dr. \ candidate in the recent legislative race, Hoffman came to Miami Beach from New York 12 years ago. A former special Deputy Attorney General, he was a member of Knights of Pythias, Jewish War Veterans, B'nai B'rith,, life member of Optimists, and had been chairman of the arbitration and grievance board of the Board of Realtors. Surviving are his wife, Pearl, and a sister. Mrs. Gertrude Cohen, A BRENNER, Plaintiff, LEGAL NOTICE SHERMAN Mils SYI.VIA. nge 57, of %  '• %  %  • SW .-i riii .1 Slur. I v She en ma JT years ..S" from Poughila i! \ i\ Ina aro her hus.-., il i .. in, Meyer; a daughM Marlon Kats: three l>i • •II. I>, II.ill v \\ • --. Pittsburgh, I %  |. ..I •, %  \V Iss, N w York • %  • .. 1 \\ .iI ..•Angeles, ,.| fi grandchildren. wet, M.I r 20 in hirdon i %  i i |o %  with Interment In N. i „ ( %  im ;• i • The family KIM donations to Nation: I •. n i 'ard .i Home. • I, arv IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2904 MARCELLA CORELLA QUINX, Plaintiff, \s WII.I.1K IJIINN". I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VOl", WILLIE QCINN. II"" Box .'!".. VM 'ity, Mississippi. ii..mi. •! to serv. a copy of your answer i" Divorce Complaint flleil against you on Plaintiffs attorney, IIROROE M> 'I I'H. AS. 613 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami %  '•' %  Florida, and file original with Clerk ..f this Court on ..ibefore April 3*rd, I96J, otherwise complain! will be confessed by you. Dated March l, 1963 B. fl LBATHERMAN, Clerlt I'ii.-.lit Court, Dade County, Horida laenl) ls C. P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk :i gJ-JS, l IIENJA.M1 N BXENNER, I lefendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION in BENJAMIN I RENNER Moo East Mount Pleasant Avenue I'll Ma di Iphla, I', tins) Ivanl i Von are her< bj notlfleil i hat H Hill ol Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are repilred i" .-. v |>} ol your An-• %  .. r or Pleading t the Bill of Complaint "ii the P'alntlffs Attorneys, Tallanoff, Waller .v Lltni:*n, ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, HI i he "i initial Vnswcr or I'leudl is ii, Hi 'fi.' HiClerk of the Clruil Court "ii or before the 2nd day M r..;;'.. If 5 ..ii mil !•• il" s", Indgni. at bj default will be taken against von for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE \ND ORDERKD HI Miami, ; lorlda, iiii20th day of Murch, 1963. i: II I.EATHEKMAN, Clerk Circuit i '".in. Dude C ity, Florida ,.-.al) By: 1. SNEBDBN l •••puty i "l. rk Tallanoff, Waller & Litman \i i..i n. \ H for Plaintiff IL'" Lincoln lid.. Miami Beach, Fin. i;, ,.r-_, .i. Tallanoff :'. 25-29, I 5-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. S8665-C IN RE: Estate "f MARGARET M. HAl.l.KY. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To MI Creditor! and All Peraona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required m present any claims and demands w'ir.,-li you may have agalnal the estate of MARUAKET M. HAL[LEY deceased lata of Dade County, Florida, to the County .Indues of I Dade County, and file tinsams in I their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within sis calendar months from the date I of tb,first publication hereof, or tin same will l„. ban d. MARION TBM\A, Executrix "f the Estate of Margaret M. Halley, deceased. at< d at Miami. Florida, thli IS b and dnj il March, A.I). I93. PEARL SCHWARTZ .\s i-:.\.. uti i\ I'irsl publication "f ibis n.di. n Ilorlda and I Hie 22nd da> "i March, 1963. SIMON, HAYS A ORl'NDWERG Attornej for Exit utrlx :i"l Ainsl. v Bldg., Miami 32, Florida :: 22-29, I 5-1:: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58717A IN HE: Estate "i NATHAN ALEX VNDER I lecensed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons II. ing Claims or Demands Against & Estate: ^",,ll are hi reby notified and r %  111i %  %  -• < I., present any claims and < man.is which you mas have again the estati of NATHAN ALENAND1 deceased late ..f Dade ''.a Fl< Ida. to the County Judges of Do County, and file tb,same. In dupllci :. I i TEITLER >i IVI "'UK. ii VI %  • it's B~. ir.-iii ivas .. vi\ ins are f i v %  1 II. ini. in \l tai HI Si. in • • :, Miss SW 1 .lb He eanu hen \. w York Cltj nl Ti mpie /a n. \i .i... h ,1 Miami. and ., t .i i T. Il r: thai and slsti i II I-'." i ndchlldi en u lid -* I II Ii lnlil Ser\ Ices v> • %  'I irdon Funeral Home with in%  mi nl .'i M %  side G E I S iVI A R S leg ft 11 ltd., dli Mi .'.n.ili. O., w l i. It %  h irge Ii %  FELOSCHUH, L>. 1 of l05 II ( A %  • dli i • %  < i • "i lER, Harry, 1217 'olllns Ave.. Mar 10. Blank, ARKIN, Abraham, 69, of 1327 West \ \ •• died, New man CARF.NKEL. I ling, 8R, of :'•'.". MlchLVe dli I Mar, l lln i nl • Rue |< ., ,-,i M Itiw -i "UREWITZ, Nal • %  •. "f I768l BM w. died Mar. 9. Gordon. •sMAN. Han 67, of HUM SW •li i:d di. .1 Mi r, 9. lordon. P EINSTEIN, !• %  •. 3, .''"" Harding died Mui 10. Riverside. RLOEN, 1 ddoi '. il I KW ll'li si il ed M.i lordon, SCHIN'MEL. Samuel, 72, ol 715 Hui 1 Ave., till I Mar. 9. Rlvi I SlLBERFARB, I-a 'id. T^. of 715 Bu: l AM. lied Mar l. Riverside. ZELMAN. Herman, 73, of Tim Hardim M. i i I .Mar. ',i. I'.iN. rsldi Z MMERMAN. Mrs Annlta, <•<<. ol Mayo St.. Hollywood, died Mar. 10. Rivet DALEO. An "8, of 1450 NE Ki'th St., iiii-d Mar !'. Beyer. JACOBY, .Mrs. Doroth) A 59, "f BIS Malaga, Coral Oables, died Mar. Rli ersldo. LEOPOLD. Charles A.. 75, "f 1 s 1 M-: iiwtb St., died Mar. I. Blaaberg-Newman. SHINDERMAN, Sidney l>. "'-. "f WO • Nt st.. died Mar. 9, Newman. TROHN. Benjamin A., 69, "f MO NE I29th St., di.d Mar. V. Riverside. WAAS, Leo, 77, ..f ISO] Jefferson Ave. di.d Mar. 9. Riverside. WEISSBERGER, Milton, 57, of 445 W 12nd St., died. Blasberg-Newinan. CORMAN, Samuel, 68, of 1210 7th si died Mar. 7. Riverside. GINSBERG. Mrs. Anna. 63, "f 8341 Allison Rd„ di. d Mar. 7. Rlv< rslde HERMAN. Stanlev, s. 60, 7i". Euclid Ave., died Mar. •:. Riverside. GARRETSON. Miss Marlon i:. •"•' i of 515 NIC Ulst Si., di.d Mar. 6, Rlv• side ORLEANS, Anton, Jr., 7t, MM Plna Tree Dr., di.d Mar 8, Riverslds VVERTHEIMER, John B„ M, <>f ii'"i> 98th St., died Mar. 3. Rlvi raids. PONDFIELD. Mrs. ltosc. t>4. Newman. ESKIN. Mrs. n.atnc.-. It, of 17291 "B uii PI., di.d Mai', i i..-.I. IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 10684B JACKSON'S DISi HINT CORP a Klotldi rporatlon I'laint iff. vs. Hi II iSKVELT WARE, I lefendoiit. NOT C.F OF PUBLICATION TO R" ..-I'.VKl.T WARE \ w .sib Street Miami, iloi Ida you are herebj notified thai an Vci f Replevin has been filed ..•:.,m-t you, and you arc required to ,.,,, i ,.| \,\ of your Answer or Pli adIns i„ the v, tlon of Replevin "ii th Attorneys, SIIKVIN. HOODMAN Si HOLTZMAN, 346 s. yl... Id ituiiil M mil 32, Fli -ida. and rile he "ii-mal Answer or Pleading n I,, iin., ,,f the t'lerk of the Small i ,..ii ..I before the 19th Vplil, 1963, at A XI ,., ,| .. tdgmi nl bj default n-i you for H %  %  uided ." the Action ol Ri This notice h : %  • I lshed once each %  nseCUtlve week! ,„ T HK JEWISH FLORIDIAN WITNESS ii" band and the seal ot in Ids i ild rt In P • yinml, Florida, this l-ili daj • %  %  ,;; tl. .1 P lit VS. C'l K Small '' ; i of I 'ada i •.. %  .mi v. Fl ii Ida (seal) By: IS VBEI.LE MARLOW D ity i "Ii rk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2S03 DAVID O. THOMAS, Plaintiff, I.I d:i:i T v B THI i.MAS, Defendant. ORDER TO APPEAR Viir, LORKTTA E. THOMAS, 213 William Street, Orange. New Jersey, ire hereby notified i" serve it uopj "t vnnr answer t" s Complaint for dllorce filed against you by David (> Thomas, "ii plaintiffs attorne> Clnude M Harms. :'.•:; Calumet Bldg., Miami. I i or before April '-'-'. 1963, and file ib. original with the clerk "f the above Court, otherwise n Decree Pro Cnnfesso, will i" i ntered against you. Dated March 15, 1963 E, II. I.K M'HBRMAN, Cli rk Circuit i "ourt, i nde Counts, i Hi : r I'. COPELAND i.. puty "It rk .: 22-29, I 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under the fictitious name ... SAV-ON PRINTING A OFFICE si'l'l'l.Y intend t" register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Had,County, Florida. WILLIAM S. BCHANTZ SARAH GOLDMAN li.irlll. i B 3 22, 29, I ". 12 provided in Section 733. Florida Statutes, in their offices %  ii, County Courfnoum In Dade Cou ty, : iol i la, it )> iii six i-al.-m 1 months front the time of the first pu • llcatlon hereof, oi the same will barred. Dated III .Miami. Florida, this das "i Match, A.D. JERRY ALEXANDER HERMAN ALEXANDER SAM ALEXVNDER AExecutors of Estate of Natfc Alexander. 1 N censed. First publication of tiiinotice tile Mb day of March, 1963. Myi I-. II. inian. Kaplan ,\ Catsman By: Louis Heiinan Attorn. \ s for Exi eutors 1150 8.W. 1st Street, Miami. Fla. 8/8-15-22-. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that tb, undersigned, desiring t" engage in basin,-under the fictitious name of CROSSWAY A1R1HIRT INN, at iv..i N.W. 12nd Avenue, Miami, Flor!?,, '."hV^lerV 0 oTSTciiSiM Kurt lfred of I mtie County, Florida. MIAMI AIRPORT MOTEL CO., A Florida corporation Bs Maria Seeve, President IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58667 B IN RE: Bstat ALONZO I:II.I;V 1 icc-as.-.I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons H inc Claims or Demands Against s_ Estate: You are hereby notified and SAMl'EL W. SHAPIRI I Attorney for Applicant 15, :'-'. 29, I !9, I %  12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF TLORICA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2802 CARID VR Ala NSO Ki>MBOSCH, Plain) ff, vs. II VNS KOMBOSCH, Defendant, -• %  ORDER TO APPEAR VI d', II \NS KOMBI ISCH, ml Bush si,-,-,a. San Francisco, Calif., are hereby notified t" serve a copj o) your answer to a Complaint ror divorce filed against you py Cnndai Moil-.. Kombos.li, on idaintllfSttomes '-land.M Barnes. 203 lume) Bldg., Miami. Fla.. and file the original thereof with the Clerk of tnabove Court on or before April JJwi, IMS, otherwlm n n t i"" confesso will I tit.red against you. Dated March IS, 1963 i: H LEATHERM \N. > lerk Circuit Court, Dade Coiintj i ;• Ida laeal) By: C P. COPELAND ""' er s t /2J-29, I/B-IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY Gl\ EN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the fictitious name ol ALLIED HOTEL. M I PL-> 1649 N W 3
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 22, 1963

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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"eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 36 Number 12
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 22. 1963
Two Sections Price 2.'
Negro Newspaper in Lopsided View of American Jewish Role
IEO MINDIIN VIEWS NEGRO TODAY PAGE 4-A
NEW YORK (JTA) The New York Amstcr-
1,,'n News, a leading Negro weekly newspaper,
sharply criticized here fiis week for a report
,n its current issue alleging that "a highly confi-
dential study" had established that "Jews control
New York City's top jobs." The weekly also assert-
d that the study demonstrated that Jews "hold 53
per cent of top positions" in tity government though
they constituted only 26.4 per cent of the city-
population.
The newspaper did not specify the sponsorship
of the "secret" survey beyond implying that it was
done by Protestants. Subsequently ft developed
that such a study had been made under sponsorship
of the Protestant Council of the City of New York.
The Protestant Council issued a statement
"profoundly" regretting the implications in the
Ams'erc'am News version of the survey, which
the Council said it had never intended to publish
because it was too "tentative and inconclusive."
The Council also asserted that the weekly's ver-
sion "distorts the purpose of the study."
Former U.S. Envoy
Warns Congress On
Middle East Unrest
WASHINGTON (JTA) Great- Rep. Reid said that while the
, American vigilance in the Mil- United States had persistently en-
:'"!!
die East was urged in Congress
this week by Rep. Ogden Reid.
\, York Republican and former
1 S. Ambassador to Israel, in
connection with the current pro-
Kasser developments in Syria. Iraq.
Yemen.
Algeria Adopts
Law Detrimental
To the Jews
i
PARIS (JTA) The Alger
ian Parliament adopted this week
nationality law which was
described by legal experts here
'discriminator]! against non-
Moslem residents" of Algeria, who
e some 15.000 Jew-.
The experts also asserted that
In new law was "contrary to the
and letter of the Franco-
tl rian Evian agreement" by
which Algeria won independence
from France after many years as,
ench colony.
During the long and stormy
debate in the Algerian National
Assembly, which preceded the
vote, a number of Arab deputies
openly called for a "Moslem Al-
Continued on Page 10-A
South Africa
Leader Critical ;
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
Tin condition of Judge Simon
Kuper, the South African Jewish
leader who was shot Mar. 8 irr an
.-.- mation attempt, remained
"most critical" according to a hos-
pital report this week. Prayers
for his recovery were offered in
synagogues and churches.
The gunman vanished after the
shooting, and police began an im-
mediate investigation. No politi-
cal motive was suspected in the
assassination attempt since Judge
Kuper never took part in politics.
Judge Kuper. a former president
Ihe South African Jewish Board
ol Deputies, was named to the
High Court in 1955 after a distin-
guished career as an attorney.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Kuper made
public an appeal from her hus-
band to South Africa's Orthodox
couraged close peaceful coopera-
tion among the countries in the
Middle East and welcomed plan-
ning for coordinated economic de-
velopment, the political and mili-
tary pattern which was "slowly
emerging" could be "a matter for
serious concern."
He added that the restatement
by Secretary of State Dean
Rusk "of our concern for the in
dependence and security of Jor-
dan and Saudi Arabia was there-
fore most pertinent and timely."
Rep. Reid reminded the House
that the formation on October 23.
1956 of a Joint Command of Egypt
and Syria with the stated purpose
ol "the liquidation of Israel" in
large measure triggered action by
the Government of IsraeJ in Sinai
as Isreal believed its security
was threatened and that Us sur-
vival was at stake.
Mr. Reid told the House that
this required action by Israel "in
self-defense."
OGDEN REID
. triggered action
The Amsterdam News version also was con
demned b> the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, ;.nd the Urban League, a Negro organiza-
tion.
The Amsterdam News reported that the survey had "far
reaching implications" since it had been indicated that about
85 per cent of the city's Protestants are Negroes. According to
the Amsterdam News version, one of the survey's conclusion- was
that "Jews tend to get jobs far in excess of their percentage of
Ihe population" and that Jews "are overrepresented in 31 cate-
gories and underrcprescnied in five categories" in city positions.
The Amsterdam News report -aid that the "results and conclus
iors" were based on a study of "the 2.444 top positions, with a
total of 2.161 person reporting their religious affiliation."
Among "specific results" cited by the Amsterdam News
as arising from the study were that "in the city and borough
administrative offices, of 656 persons who reported a relig-
ious affiliation, 310 were Catholic, 260 v.ere Jewish, and only
75 Protestant."
The field of education, according to Ihe Nemo weekly's
vers'on of the study, "had the greatest disparity, where of 821
religion- affiliations reported. 806 were Jewish, ltil Catholic.
Continued on Page 9-A
Israel Chief of Staff Cautions New Syria;
Reply Made to Charges at United Nations
SYRIA-MAO DRIVt AGAINST ISRAtl PAOt 10-A
TEL WIV fJTA) A new warning to.the Syrians agalnsl anj
aggression towards Israel was given Tuesday by Gen. ZvJ Tnir. Israel
Chief of stall at a graduation exercise of new Air Force pilots
Referring to recent Syrian shoot
Canadian Party Rebukes
Candidate's Anti Semitism
serving as a scapegoat lor Syria's
ir.ternal troubles.
He said also that Israel would
not accept the proposition that
last Thursday. Gen. Tzur declar- whatever foe policy Oi the new re-
ed that Israel had no intention f ^.^ jn Syrja wol||(! ,. ,ha, foe
Syrians should create chaos in the
border areas.
ing in the Lake Tiberias area and
a new attack by Syrian gunners
or Israeli fishermen on the lake
last Thursday. Gen. Tzur dcclar
TORONTO (JTA) The Soc-
ial Credit Party rebuked this week
a candidate who had been accus-
ed of making anti-Semitic utter-
ances in a campaign speech but
permitted him to continue as the
party's nominee in St. Pauls rid-
ing.
Norman Coult. vice president of
the Social Credit Party in On-
tario said that Neil Carmichael.
who had accused the Rothschild
familv of trving to ect control
of all Canadian mines through
concealed agents, would be per-
mitted to continue his campaign
but would not be encouraged to
seek election again. Carmichael
has contested the seat unsuccess-
fully in five elections.
A committee of 18, composed
of Social Credit candidates in
Ontario, prospective candidates
and party organizers, took the
decision on Carmichael after
conferring here with Robert
Thompson, the national party
chief, who flew into Toronto to
investigate the development. The
committee was sharply divided
on whether or not to call for
Carmichael's resignation as a
candidate.
A majority of ihe committee
held that the candidate had been
careless and indiscreet, but not
anti-Semitic. Court said that "for-
tunately, there is little of this sort
Continued on Page 5-A
A Syrian complaint to the Unit-
ed Nations that Israel had en-
gaged in a series of aggressive
acts against Syria in the Lake
Tiberias area was challenged
Sunday in an Israeli communi-
cation to the United Nations,
which called the charges false
and fabricated.
In turn. Ambassador Michael
Comay, the Israeli permanent
representative. cited a lengthy
scries ol Syrian attacks on Israeli
targets In the area. The denial
and Ihe countercharges were con-
tained in a letter to Secretary-
General U Thant which Israel
asked be circulated to members
of the Security Council.
Mr. Comay said that a state
ment in the Syrian complaint, clat
ed Jan. 30, that an armed Israel
patrol crossed the armistice line
into Syria, was "a fabrication." A
Continued on Paqe 8-A
Musician Goes
On Trial For ~
Assist to Nazis
TEL AVIV (JTA) Hi.
Rirenblat. former conductor of
I-rael Opera, went on trial here
this week on charges of havir.
helped to roundup Jews for exter-
mination by the Nazis as a Je '
ish policeman in Nazi-held Pola
during World War II.
In presenting the case, prosecu-
tor David Libai said it was Ihe
first in which an Israeli court had
been called on to determine-
whether service by a Jew a- a
policeman under the Nazis made
him a member of a "hostile or
ganisation" under the Israeli law
for the punishment of Nazis
their collaborators. This is the
law under which Aciolf Eichmann
was tried, convicted and hang-
ed.
Birenblat was a member of
the Jewish police in Bendin, a
force established by the Nazi-
sponsored Judenrat for that ghet-
to. The charge sheet against
him listed accusations that he
Continued on Page 11-A
1UIM *--------------------- __ _____ _____---- -----"------------
Arrest Israeli Charged With Kidnap of Scientist
......_____......... Thi> Israeli in iaii. and an Ac
Continued on Page 2-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Israeli press expressed astonish-
ment Tuesday over the arrest in
Basle Switzerland, of an Israeli
on a charge of allegedly "threat-
ening" a German missile scientist
working for Egypt.
The Israel Ambassador to Swit-
zerland. Shmuel Bentsur. reported
to the Foreign Ministry here that
he had been denied access to the
arrested Israeli and that he does
not even know his name. How-
ever, he sail that the Swi-s au-
thorities may permit him to see
the arrested man in jail Wltiun
the next few day-.
The entire case involves a
"cloak and dagger" story con-
cerning charges that German
scientists are working for Egypt,
in Cairo, in efforts to develop a
cobalt bomb. German police,
Swiss police, Interpol operatives
and, allegedly, both Israeli and
Arab undercover agents are pre-
sumably part of the story, ac-
cording to Swiss dispatches.
The Israeli in jail, and an Aus-
trian arrested with him. were re-
portedly taken into custody after
they had been trapped in a Basle
hotel h the daughter of a German
scientist. The woman. Miss Heidi
Goerk, presumably told the Is-
raeli and the Austrian she want-
Continued on Page 7-A
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vJewist fk>rkfiatn
Friday, March 22, 1
Dr. Zev W. Kogan, Miami Beach attorney and Jewish Na-
tional Fund leader, presents a check for Hie membership in
the Miami Beach District of the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica to Mendel Fisher, of New York City, national life mem-
bership chairman of the ZOA, at a recent function in the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Left to right are Leon Ell, chairman of
the Greater Miami JNF Council; Miss Tova Roni, noted Is-
raeli singer; Fisher; Dr. Kogan; Ezra Finegold. president of
the Brandeis Zionist District of Miami Beach; and Gil Rappa-
port, Southeast Region director of the ZOA.
Acdd. Students
To Enter Fair
Ten students from the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami will
enter special projects for compe-
tition in the ninth annual South
Florida Science Fair at Dinner
Key Auditorium this week.
According to Joseph Ackner.
head of the science department at
the Academy, projects entered
will range from ballistics to the
chemistry ol soap.
Representing the Academy in
he competition will be ninth grad-
ers Michael Gewitz, Ronald Berg-
man and Aaron Friedman; eighth
traders. Marc Sommers and Nor-
man Solomon: and seventh grade
students, Chaim Sukenik, Melvin
Farber. Mark Schickman, Jeffery
Katz and Sheldon Weiss.
The Academy will sponsor an
nter-school science fair contest
at the school
South Africa Leader is Critical
Continued from Page 1-A
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their differences which have led
to an order from the Orthodox
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communal function attended by
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and had made some notes just be-
fore he was shot. Mrs. Kuper
found the notes ar.d made them
public this week. The notes indi-
cated that Judge Kuper had plan-
ned to criticize the attacks on
Orthodox Judaism by Rabbi Ahron
Opher. a Chicago rabbi who took
a pulpit here.
The Jewish leader alo plannea
to say that Reform congregations
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fikur Cholim
Names Ssegel
Exec. DSrectpr
Bikur iiolim Kosher Convales-
fenl Hom of Greater Miami has
,ppoin"-n Sidney SlcSeI l'xecu
Bve dir<
gj0g(! former assistant to the
development director at Cedars of
Lebano-. Hospital. He ha< been
asiistan' executive director of
,iu. i I**bed Brooklyn Hebrew
Home Md Hospital for the age.1,
served <- a member of the Gov-
ernor Committee on Problems of(
the Ai'ed in New Jersey, and as
Ktarini^trative director at three
tree '.'N'rans Administration
Hospital'' i the Metropolitan New
York I'
((I as .1 lust lieutenant
|g a/orld War II. and received,
commendation for hi.> work In set
ting i- station and general hos-
pitals
to Mrs Joseph E.
sidenl of Bikur Choi
; pointment of siegel is
but or> step in expanding and
improv facilities of the organ-
iutioi
Soviet Jews Won't Have Matzoth
2tv
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Sen. Albert Gore, of Tennes-
see, is featured guest speak-
er at the 18th anniversary
convention oi the Southeast
Region. Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of
America, this weekend in
Nashville, Tenn. Delegates
from synagoques in eight
states will take part in the
three-day regional conclave
of the national organization
serving 3,100 Jewish congre-
gations throughout the United
States and Canada.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Sov-
iet Jewry will be without matzith
this Passover again, according to.
a cable received here from Mos-
cow from authentic sources. The
cable said that Moscow bakeries
are neither prepared for the bak-
ing of matzoth, nor have they re-'
, ceived any Passover flour rations
las yet. Unless the Soviet author-
ities permit Passover food from
abroad, there will be no matzoth
: in the Soviet Union this year, the!
I cable emphasized.
Dr. N'ahum Goldmann, address-
ing the opening session of the Gen-
eral Zionist Council, said he re-
ceived a report revealing that
Chief Rabbi J. L. Levin, of Mos-
cow, informed the members of his
synagogue last week that matzoth
will not he available in the Sov-
iet Union this year. "This change
in the tradition of Jewish life un-
der the Soviet regime for decades,
during which Matzoth were pre-
viously provided, points to the
tendencies of the present Soviet
rulers with regard to the Jewish
problem." Dr. Goldman stated.
The Soviet Government. Dr.
Gojdmaju stressed, must realize
that the Jewish people, which lost
; third of its number in the pres-
ent generation, cannot and will
not be able to renounce 3,000,000
Jew- who, although not threaten-
ed by physical extermination, lace
the .serious danger.of spiritual, re-
ligious and national assimilation,
if the Soviet Government is sin-
cerely opposed to anti-Semitism.
it* duly is to halt anti-Jewish pub-
licity which i- replete with dan-
gers for Soviet Jewry, the leader
o! the world Zionist movement de-
clared. 'The Soviet Government
canot deny the fact that in com-
parison with other national min-
orities and religions in the Soviet
Union there is a blatant discrimi-
nation against Soviet Jewry," he
emphasized.
'Living Hebrew1 Series to End
Final program in the television
series of "Living Hebrew" will oe
broadcast on Thursday, Anr. 4, 10
p.m.. over Ch. 2.
Subject of the last program
will be "Festival of Passover."
with a special cast of students
of Temple Menorah under the di-
rection of Mrs. Norma Robinowitz.
The class will present a Seder in
modern Hebrew and song.
Narrator and Instructor will be
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector Ol the Bureau of Jewish
Education,
Committee of the Bureau origin-
ating the program consists of Al
Sherman, Herbert Berger, Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff, story editor.
Meyer Samberg. Fay Feinstein, Zvi
Rosenkranz, art director, and Her-
bert Bloom.
Crime Authority fo Speak
B'nai B'rith. Miami Beach
Lodge, will hold its next weekly
luncheon and cultural meeting on
Tuesday noon at the Lincoln Lane
Restaurant. Guest speaker will be
Daniel Sullivan, whose subject will
be "Major Crimea in Miami."
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SPANDA.U WAR CRIMES PRISON
V0NSHACH SPBR
The significance of the Central
Jiierican conference on Castro Cuba
:.iis week involves the future of this
emisphere. The amount of agoniz-
-ng thought the Administration has
given to the problem is indicative of
ttl overwhelming importance.
From the days of President Mon-
oe. the United States has lived ac-
rordir.g to the principle that no na-
o:. shall intrude with impunity into
the affairs of our hemisphere. Since
:.-ie rise of Castro, the principle has
: eer. violated to the very foundation
of its highest purpose and last
October's confrontation with the So-
iet Union indicates that we are Con-
tibutors, however unwilling ones, to
-ie violation.
To the extent that our deep hemi-
spheric anxieties have taken up
-.lost of our government's time and
nought, we have in similar propor-
-on neglected another area of this
nation's interest the Middle East.
Ve suggest that recent events there
"ive as much cause for worry as do the cir-
cumstances which precipitated the Central
American conference here.
A fundamental difference between the two
situations is that we can still do something
cbout acting to shape the Middle East into an
crderly and productive part of the world; while
..n our own hemisphere, we sadly neglected the
ranger signs, so that now all we can do is to
:eact
That the Middle East is not in our own
zack yard makes it no less significant to our
reaceful future. U.S. foreign policy during the
past year has tended to support Nasser's drive
:or a Pan-Arab Middle East, with himself as
dictator. So have U.S. dollars.
When the State Department denies this
ry declaring that our foreign aid to Egypt is
merely in the form of food credit, and totally
-me la ted to the Nasser military buildup, it
skirts the issue; for. in fact, U.S. aid under any
circumstances gives Nasser the capacity to
manipulate his budget in such a way that he
:an extend his credits abroad for the purchase
:f additional arms.
The recent revolutions in Yemen, Iraq, and
r.ow Syria are all easily traced to such an un-
enable U.S. policy in the Middle East. The
Administration's sad reaction to the events in
Yttnen prove that our government is not too
happy about the shape of things in that part
:t the world.
Yet the procrastination continues as it
cid in Latin America. If once we are closed
cut in the Middle East, it will be no good call-
_ng conferences to freeze Nasser. That is
where the parallel ends. In our own back
yard we are busy today trying to patch up
:he errors of the past. There will be no miti-
gating opportunity for us in the Middle East
when Nasser finally pulls his Castro.
The Swiss Farce Arrest
Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir was
reported this week to have invited U.S. Ambas-
sador Walworth Barbour for discussions re
.citing to Egypt's non-conventional weapons
cuildup.
The discussions are presumably part of the
sensational arrest in Switzerland of an Israeli,
who is alleged to have been involved in kid-
r.ap plans of a German rocket scientist work-
ing for the Nasser Government.
Israel's denial of the charge is somewhat
untenable, but this does not deny the import-
ance of Israel's growing anxiety about the
Egyptian buildup.
It is sad enough that the arrested Israeli,
thus far unnamed, has been held virtually in-
communicado, and that Israel's Ambassador
at Berne, Shmuel Bentsur, was as of midweek
still refused permission to see him.
But the cool manner in which the world's
atomic powers have reacted to the situation is
even more sad.
Much has been made in recent weeks of
the split in NATO as a result of Charles de
Gaulle's refusal to give up his drive toward the
achievement of independent atomic status in
Europe. Much has also been made of the sup-
posedly secret U.S.-Soviet understanding in the
matter of preventing world proliferation of
atomic powers.
But the buildup in Nasser's Egypt suggests
that there is less understanding than either or
both of the partners to it recognize. Israel as
of Wednesday promised that, in the event
something is not done to shed some light on
the Swiss arrest farce, she would be forced to
make public "vast and startling" information
about foreign participation in Egypt's program
of producing rockets, missiles and other non-
conventional weapons.
We may expect some prettv red faces
shortly.
Senseless Prejudice
the week
*1 sffe if
by LEO MINDLIN
.....?.. : i M.
M MM
-
The Amsterdam News, one of the nation's
most important Negro publications, has taken
a sociologic study carried out by the Protestant
Council of the City of New York and distorted
its purpose and conclusions to come up with
some startling anti-Semitic data.
The unhappy part of the whole affair is
that the Amsterdam News feature merely em-
phasizes a growing trend in American Neqro
publications.
No responsible Negro leader will deny the
role that American Jewry has played in the
advancement of Negro rights, or the purpose
American lews have shown, as individuals
and in organizations, to stand at the forefront
of civil libertarian endeavor in behalf of all
men, regardless of race.
Certainly needed today is a shoring up of
the communication lines between the Negro
and Jewish communities of our nation. But it
would be idle to see this as a one-sided affair.
If grievances exist, they should be stated
as grievances not as ugly anti-Semitic senti-
ments which seem especially strange coming
from a people who have the best kind of under-
standing of the senselessness of prejudice.
THE BATTLE against relig-C
ious instruction in the pub
lie schools is in fact a battle
being waged by the Protestant
, majority to retain its pre
ViouSly-entrenched posftlori ot
primacy in American society
If it did nothing more. the
slim 1960 Democratic victory
proved this beyond question
For the Kennedy triumph
however marginal, uncovered
the Protestant decline by putting the spotlight on the newly-emergins
sources of I'.S. political power. It was not the vast monolithic area!
ot the nation, with their fairly predictable geographic interests, that
elected Mr. Kennedy to office.
It was instead, the recently-amalgamated coalition minority
groups m the huge urban and suburban clusters across the land that
turned the tide in his favor. For perhaps the first time, the rurt
areas of the country, despite the traditional stranglehold thev haw
managed on our political destinies, found their grip sprung bv th
urban centers, where Catholics. Jews, and Negroes represent a nificant part of the population. The interests of these centers haw
never been a favorite concern of rural America, which is lan'.k
composed of the Protestant majority.
In the huge cities have congregated the teeming masses of "for
eigners." citizens of little more than one generation, their ht-ited
eyes and gesturing hands speaking out in behalf of the downtrodden
and oppressed. This has principally taken the form of movement,
in behalf of labor and social betterment programs launched by voca
minority groups, preaching the simple doctrines that are ba-,i i'
American principles of democracy
RIAPP0RTI0N/MNT ALSO A PART Of THE PICTURE
COR SUCH REASONS as these, the cities have alwavs been held
suspect by rural Protestant America, which could boast m u
generations of roots in the land, and which regarded the hysteria
sounding cries for justice Irom the minorities as 'radical" ex-ores
sions ol political faith.
The schism between urban and rural is not. in fact this sh m
The need tor reform in behalf of labor found its parallel in the need
to assist ;i sagging agricultural society something that apparent!)
exists even today, when labor has long since flexed its muse!.- t'
uncover tremendous sources of indigenous strength: while agricul
tural reform rapidly gave rise to such "suspicious" phenomena ',.
rural electrification, among other things, all obviouslv related to the
kind of idealistic change for which minority groups'huddled in the
large cities supposedly campaigned all alone.
Nevertheless, it is undeniable that the political interests of rural
ami urban America are more often in opposition than in apposition
Hondas battle over legislative reapportionment is a clear example
of the struggle, where the revenue-producing, populous counties find
themselves in a continuing campaign to be accorded their just
political preeminence. On the other hand, the entrenched, rural
porkchoppers remain unrelenting in an across-the-board refusal to
relinquish even a portion of the power that rightly no longer belong
to them.
Florida is merely one example of this rural-urban war. It exists
m many states, some of which have long since gone to the Supreme
Court in an effort to achieve more equitable legislative represent:.
tion Nationally, the struggle is less obvious; but it is just as mean-,
ingfiil. ^
ADDITIONAL IMPLICATION 'Off JEWISH MINORITY
JHE 1960 PRESIDENTIAL election demonstrated that the tide has
turned Kennedy won and Nixon lost in the new minority coal.
turn constellations even if not entirely because of svmpathv for
Mr. Kennedy s Catholicism. This has many implications, not the
least of which are exemplified by the rising pressures in behalf of
reapportionment on a state level. The religion-in-the-schoots cases
as I indicated at the outset, constitute further evidence of the Pro-
testant decline.
For Jews, there are additional meanings here. Jews have alwayi
been considered, and with considerable justification, a significant
special interest minority, despite some of the best efforts of mam
of their most eloquent spokesmen to deny that they vote as anything
but individuals. Particularly within the context of increasing N< gro
pressures in behalf of the full attainment of their guaranteed civil
rights is the Jewish minority heir to augmented political prestige
i oci ji y.
Except in areas like social discrimination, however meanin,tul
this form of prejudice may be in employment discrimination as well.
Jews seem to be reaching a high point in their level of total accepts
DUlty Barriers of course, remain, and there are certainly many
manifestations of anti-Semitism to battle: but the principle among
non-Jews that prejudice against Jews is a less than desirable thing
has indisputably come a long way.
THt RISE Of NEGRO ANTI-SEMITISM
yHE NEGRO IS in no such enviable position even if our com-
eoi TV govcrnnu"nt Pc.v to catapult the Negro into a status ot
52. a. t,co"om'cT e(ll,ali,y seems to have been elevated to highest
Political Priority Neither are the overseas propaganda values of the ^
compulsion significant here except that they prove the purpose.
Why. then, is the evolving Negro status a function of future Jew-
ish political prestige? Jews have long been, and for obvious reasons.
among the most eloquent spokesmen in behalf of Negro civil rights
i must, indeed, confess to my concern for some of our leaders who
find it virtually impossible to discuss the dangers of anti-Semitism
without inevitable reference to the equivalent dangers of prejudice
against the Negro. The parallel here is too tired for repetition, and
it certainly obtains. Perhaps my distaste is after all not so much the
result of their strained sociologic habits as it is a form of rebellion
against the nominal Jews among us who are Jews mainly in their
civil libertarian inclinations and it seems sometimes Jewish mainly
to prattle about Negro rights.
Nevertheless, the increasing political prestige to which, as urban
lies we are today accidentally heir, more than ever demands a care-
ful reexamination of our relations with the Negro community ol
America. This is so not because we have properlv supported the
Negroes in their drive for equality, which now begins to bear some
mm, and at this point feel the need for a realistic assessment of
where we go from here, but because the Negroes themselves, in the
newly-found power of their unprecedented achievement, seem sud-
denly to think that perhaps it might be best if. from here on in, they
go it alone.
On its face, this would be unhappy rejection enough of a Jewish
minority that has so long been the Negro's champion and that has. on
more than one occasion, gone out on a dangerous limb in his behalf.
But that the new Negro "go-it-alone" impulse is now rooted in an
almost paradoxical kind of anti-Semitism makes the problem before
us even more complex. For more on this, next week


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of thing left- He (Mr. Carmichacl); the executive director of the Soc-
selves from Carmichacl's views, not "legally" demand Carmieh-
acl's resignation as a candidate,
il a leftover from an era we ial Credit Association of Canada is-
would sooner forget about." sued a statement disavowing Car-
As other Social Credit candi; michacl's remarks. The state; "has no sympathy with any peo-
datcs hastened to dissociate them-'ment sail that the party could pie who are anti-Semitic in their
"but we will accept it if offered."
The statement said that the party
outlook or anti any other nation-
ality."
A former Jewish member of
Parliament, David Lewis, dep-
uty loader of the New Demo-
cratic Party, charged that Soc-
ial Credit assurances were no
guarantee against further anti-
Semitic outbreaks by that party's
members.
He said the Social Credit mov.-
ment had anti-Semitic incbsatii
since its earliest days and tu.:
always attracted "undemoorati;
elements." The Canadian Jt.-wis
Congress was said to have rx>
in contact with leaders of the So
ial Credit Party on the CarafcG
i acl incident.
rescue cm? is a must
For the third year in a row. thousands of
Jewish men, women and children have a
chance to move from la..Js of despair. A
human tide of European and North African
Jews turns to us for help to start new lives in
Israel and other lands.
We must rescue them right now, while they
have the chance to go.
But in Israel, the task of transporting,
receiving and adequately absorbing tens of
thousands of new immigrants as well as
those who have come into the country since
1961 is straining the capacities of Israel's
people to the danger point.
And in France, where 160,000 retugees
have crowded in recent months, the aid
programs of the Joint Distribution Committee
are being taxed to the utmost.
Now is the time to help avert the danger.
Now is the time to guarantee full rescue and
resettlement and turn the human tide home.
Give your increased gift to UJA's Regular
Campaign. Then give a great extra gift to
UJA's Special Fund for New Immigrants.
We've Saved 3,000,000 lives Let's save more
25th Anniversary Year Campaign
united Jewish Appeal
$36,000,000 SPECIAL FUND in addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN
...,, rnuuirtFE NEW YORK ASSOCIATION FOR NEW AMERICANS AN0 UNITED HIAS SERVICE.
Mill! (I. UNITED ISRAEL APPEM, JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE, NEW TOR*
GIVE NOW-HELP NOW
In Israel-Help .'08,000 immigrants, new and old.
Help bring in this year's thousands give them
initial ajd build 16.000 housing units.
Help unabsorbed immigrants of previous years:
J30,000 Immigrant farm settlers still struggling, just
short of economic independence (23,000 can make
it this year, if UJA's goal is met).
51,000 aged and handicapped immigrants yearning
tor renewed usefulness.
33,000 young people in need of vocational and
youth training help.
Outside lsrol-Sustain 267,000 men. women and
children including:
In Europe, Moslem lands-Help thousands on the
move and other thousands waiting their turn .
with transportation and reception aid, food, shelter,
mcdiGal care and training 258,000 in all.
In USA, other lands Aid and resettle 9,000
. refugees.
YOUR PLEDGE TO CJA TODAY CAN SAVE
JEWISH LIVES AROUND THE CORNER
AND AROUND THE WORLD .
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
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Friday, March 22. 1963
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CJA Solicitation Notes Increases
Left to right are J. Gerald Lewis, Joseph H. Gardner and
Charies Reskin. hosts for the Crystal House cocktail party last
week at which residents made their pledges for the 1963
Combined Jewish Appeal ccmpaign. They are shown with
Ernest JanK qeneral co-chairman of the campaign. The meet-
ing resulted in a total pledge of 55,600, including 15 new con-
tributors to Federation from resident? of Crystal House.
Million Dollar Cccktc:! Party
Joseph M. Lipton, Sam C. Lev- They have announced that if
enson and Jaj I. Ki>lak have in- the campaign maintains it- cur-
vited past contributors to the rent pace, the Standard Club cock-
Greater Miami Jewish Federation tail party on Thursday 'may well
to a Million Dollar" cocktail be the scene <>l an announcement
partv at the Standard Club. Du- that the 1963 CJA drive has none
pont Plaza Hotel, on Thursday, ever the St.000.000 mark in pi..
Mar. 28. on behalf of the 1963 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Lipton is vice president of Fed-
eration, and a past general cam-
Reports from workers in the
General Solicitation drive of the
!963 Combined Jewish Appeal are
being returned to the Grtater
Miami Jewish Federation oflicr
indicating nol only increased cov
erage of the membership of men's
and women's organizations, but
also a significant number of in-
creased contributions, it was an-
nounced by Judge Milton A. Fried
man. chairman of the drive.
"As we near the mid-point of
the CJA campaign, all cards for
solicitation have been placed in
the hands of workers of leading
organizations, and I urge those
uho have not already seen their
prospects to do so and file their
report to Federation, so that they
may be included in their organi-
. zation's total support." Judge
Friedman said.
"Because names of potential
contributors are turned into the
Federation office every day, ad-
ditional workers from all or-
ganizations can prove most val-
uable in offering their services
to cover these cards," Judge
Friedman ac"ded "so that we
may blanket Dade County and
do a job for Federation that
will make the Silver Anniversary
year a memorable one, addition-
al volunteers are always most
welcome."
for General Solicitation
nounced that her unit l,
again provided a great number
of workers in the Silver Anniver-
sary year.
"As Federation tries to reach
an increased goal, n p,
higher than in the previov
puign. not only does ever pros.
peel count, but each per:
learns the Federation story can
also pass this information about
the needs of the community to his
personal friends and ass
Mrs. Feinberg noted.
Mrs Charles P. Feinberg, chair-
Women's Organizations
man
Airmen Being
Reassigned
Airman Third Class Stanley F.
Orlik. Jr.. is being reassigned to
a strategic defense unit following
his graduation from the United
States Air Force technical train-
ing course tor weapons mechanics
at Lowry AFB. Colo.
Airman Orlik was trained to
load, maintain and inspect the
SEE THE CHAMPIONS
weapons used in Air Force fight
General co-chairmen for the 19S3, er and bomber aircraft.
CJA. honoring the 2.">th anniver- A former student at the Uni-
saries of the Greater Miami Jew- versity of Florida, he entered the
ish Federation and of the United service in August, 1962. He is the
paign chairmen Leyenson is co- d. son f M an(, Mrs Slan, F
f0f ,h land and Ernest Janis. Orlik. 6121 SW 92nd Ct.
Temple
Beth Shirah
presents
"Be My Guest"
An Original Musical Co.-nedy
starring
WYNNE IAPIN ond DOROTHY ftOTlrl
Written end Directed b
LILLIAN BURAK
Saturday
Mar. 23
Saturday
Mar. 30
Sund
Mar. 24
Sundd,
Mar. 31
At Flagler-Granada Auditoium
50 N.W. 51st Place, Miami
Curtain Time 8:30 Donation S2.00
For Tickets Call
CE 5-0364 HI 5-1S50
,
Silver Anniversary campaign, and
Kislak is a trustee of Federation.
Rabbi Shapiro
On Television
Rabbi Norman X. Shapiro, spiri-
tual leader of Beth David Congre-
gation, will officiate and deliver
the sermon over station WLBW..
Ch. 10, on "The Jewish Worship
Hour," at 10:30 a.m., Sunday. Hi-
topic will be "Foretelling or Re-
telling."
Beth David Children's Choir
will offer a group of liturgical. Is-
raeli, and Hassidic songs directed
by Cantor William W. Lipson.
Members of the choir are Rose
Edith Berson. Donna Ehrens,
Sheila Ehrens. Julian Genet, Bar-
bara Ginsberg, Marilyn Greene.
Iris Levy, Denise Joy Lipson, Mira
Loma>kin, Ben Louis Sehachter.
Harold Scherr, Arnold Sirull. Rob-
ert Tanenbaum. Alan Weinstein.
and Debbie Welkind.
Tifereth Jacob
Women's Program
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood board meeting was held
on Monday evening, with the gen
eral meeting of the Sisterhood
scheduled for Wednesday even
big, Mar. 27.
Members of the Sisterhood were
planning to attend the Florida
Branch Of National Women's
League annual Torah brunch on
Thursday. Mar 21. 11:30 a.m., in
the Lombardy Hotel.
Rabbi David Shapiro-, of Holly-
wood, was to be guest speaker.
Reservations chairmen are Mrs
Lee Rubinstein and Mrs. Irene
Becker.
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Arrest Israeli Charged With Kidnap of Scientist
do not want their scientists to be
the .M.ear-head for new assaults
jens Goerk, from continuing against the Jewish people." Other
Continued from Page 1-A
k on the Egyptian missile
,. which is seeking to pro
Juce some weapons 'hat are ior-
by international law. in
.he was merelj
d

newspapers in [srael were sim
llarly indignant over the action oi!
Swiss authorities.
, by international law. in
ever she was merely hv-<-.,\ ol the press comment Is
' trap for the Israeli and ,!,:" "' Maariv, leading evening
; ,n according to the re- newspaper, which in an editorial
,m today questioned Swiss neutrality
1"'" I i ,,.. nf laron '" "lls Ca8e- "Tne MTeSl "' ;l"
Di i.iirrk i> mio ci < .urge' ,. .. ...
1 (", ... m* Israeli, dec arec Maariv, "after
bering perhaps J**2JL a''rlvl',l :" lum'1 "' Basle oi
Nasser to perfect wd pro- h(T mvn fm. d
"W ""wT r"nnrohihitedP un Cte neut"*- Scales non-
s0im. pi which are p oh.b.ted un- vvu{nU ^
(k. international law ttese Isra(l| Ihat cannot b(i
scientist.- helped .Nasser develop "
pig pockets which, he had boast- "The Swiss authorities were
ed could hit Israel The majority well informed about the meeting.'
nf these German scientists are un- the editorial continued. "But. as
clerstond to be employed by Egypt nothing violent took place, why
hrough Swiss firms with head- did they arrest the Israeli and why
uarters in Zurich.






Israel's Foreign Ministry was
ready -ome months ago to ap-
proach the Bonn Government on
lhi> issue and has contemplated
publication of a White Book giv-
ing details about the work being
done by German scientists for
Nasser's missile and rocket pro-
gram- The German scientists at
work on this phase of Nasser's
armament porgram arc men who
served the Nazi regime and now
want to help Nasser destroy Is-
rael, the reports indicated.
When the Israeli and the Aus-
trian were arrested in the Basle
hotel in connection with the
Goerk case, secret agents of the
Bonn Government were reported-
ly part of the Swiss police cor-
don, acting as "observers."
The Jerusalem Post stated edi-
torially Sunday that "in a desire
to protect the interests of their
Arab customers, the Swiss appear
to have let themselves become the
instrument of a German group.
We believe most Germans today
1
do they reveal such a strong at-
titude which culminates in a threat
to try the Israeli? Israel makes
efforts to prevent development of
Egyptian missiles, carried out
with the aid ol German scientists.
Are Swiss authorities interested in
the success of the German-Swiss
cooperation in the development of
non-conventional weapons?" The
paper expressed a hope that the
Swiss will find a way to "end this
affair "
The Herut faction in the Knes-
set, Israel's Parliament, week notified the Speaker of the
House that it wants "urgent
Knejset consideration of the
presence of German experts on
missiles, gas and bacteriological
warfare in the services of the
Egyptian eremy." A number of
other members cf various par-
ties in the Knesset announce;!
they will also seek details of the
entire matter to be studied by
an appropriate Knesset commit-
tee, as we1! as re ease of the Is-
raeli being held in Switzerland.
Meanwhile. Maariv's Vienna cor-
respondent today identified the
Austrian under arrest in Switzer-
land as Dr. Otto Jukelik, an Aus-
trian scientist who, last year, vis-
ited Egypt and joined the Ger-
man experts there engaged in
missile weapons development.
When he realized that the scien-
tists in Egypt were engaged in
developing unconventional, dan-
gerous weapons, the report stated.
Dr. Jukelik decided to withdraw
from the project and contacted Is-
raeli circles.
According to this report from
Vienna. Dr. Jukelik thought he
mlghl be able to persuade Dr.
Goerk also to abandon the Egypt-
ian project, and contacted Goerk's
family. That is now the meeting
between the Israeli and Goerk's
daughter came aboirt. the report
stated. Whether or why Miss
Goerk informed the Swiss police is
Still unclear, Maariv stated, "al-
though it is clear she came to
Basle voluntarily and. following
the metting, returned home to
Freiburg, in West Germany."
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Passover Seder
At Beth Torah
Beth Torah Congregation
TEL AVIV (JTA) A pack-
age containing an explosive device
which blew up and blinded his
secieiary was received in Egypt
by Dr. Wolfgang Pfiltz, a Ger-
man member of the team of scien-
tists working on the development
ol non-conventional weapons be-
ing produced by the Cairo Gov-
ernment, it was revealed here.
The disclosure was made in a re-
port from Germany to Yediot
Achronoth. a popular
newspaper here.
revealed Tuesday as having en-
trapped an unidentified Israeli and
an Austrian, arrested by Swiss au-
thorities at Basle, for allegedly
"threatening" Dr. Goerke.
The explosive device was report-
edly sent to Dr. Pfiltz. in Cairo,
from Hamburg, Germany. He is
now engaged in naval missile re-
search in Cairo. Dr. Pfiltz's sec-
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According to the report, x... acCording t0 the report.
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Friday, March 22. .1963
Summer Day Camp Programs Told by Center *%*
Enrollment lor the summer day
camp season will be started this
week at all branches of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, it was announced by A. Budd
Cutler, president.
The service, conducted at three
branch locations in Dade County
during the summer vacation per-
iod, is available for boys and giris
between the ages of 4'a and 11.
Established to serve those
children who are not yet ready
or able to attend away-from-
Mt. Sinai Hospital receives a grant for its cancer program
:.om the United Order of True Sisters. Accepting the contri-
: ation on behalf of the hospital is Samuel Gertner, executive
; irector, from Mrs. Ed Lewis, president of Miami 43 Chapter.
Vith them are Mrs. Fred Fuller, area cancer chairman for the
. nited Order of True Sisters, and Mrs. Rose Ollendorf, presi-
- ent of the Greater Miami Circle. Dr. Jerome Benson (right),
t .lief pathologist of Mt. Sinai, looks on. In addition to annual
" : rants, the group has also presented the radio-isotope ma-
: .line now in use at Mt. Sinai for cancer and tumor treatment
: nd research.
Israel Chief of Staff Warns
Syria Against New Provocations
Continued from Page 1-A
lilar description was applied to
-yrian charge that Israeli "gun-
ats" approacncci. the eastern
ores of Lake Tiberias to carry
t "provocative actions against
, rian citizens." Noting that
iere are no Israeli gunboats"
the lake. Mr. Comay said that
ere were Israeli patrol boats in
.itine patrols on the lake "which
within Israel territory" to pro-
t Ijraeli fishing and to prevent
. rusions from Syria.
Ambassador Comay formed
sof*i "false" and "ridiculous," a
f-yrian charge that an Israel
tvnboat kidnaped a Syrian citi-
zen and stole a Syrian gunboat
rom River Al-Matadiah in Syr-
n territory. He pointed out it
as physically impossible for an
sroot boat to leave the lake,
I toss land and enter the river
and then repeat the trip in re-
verse.
He added that the fact was that
a Syrian fisherman who was illeg-
ally fishing on the lake was ar-
rested by Israel police and that
IN authorities had been notified
and had questioned the fisherman.
Mr. Comay stressed that the cir-
culation of the Syrian letter "was
the first indication the Israel au-
thorities have ever had of the alle-
gations" in the letter.
Mr. Comay agreed there was a
serious situation and that it was
c'ue "entirely to the Syrian viola-
tions of the General Armistice
Agreement." He then cited in-
stances of Syrian aggression re-
ported to the Mixed Armistice
Commission. These included fir-
ing on Israeli fishing boats on the
lake from Syrian gun positions on
Jan. 17, Feb. 1, Feb. 5, and Mar.
14.
Moadon to Hear
Federation Exec.
Next meeting of Moadon, the
Hebrew-speaking cultural group
of Greater Miami, will be held
on Thursday evening. Mar. 28. at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., 1234 Washington Ave.
Highlighting the agenda will be
guest speaker, Carmi Schwartz,
who will discuss 'The Role of
Federation in the Community."
Schwartz is assistant director
of planning and budget of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Before arriving in Miami, he was
administrative assistant to the di-
rector of Federation of Jewish
Community Services and the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in Montreal,
Canada.
He holds degrees from IfcGill
' University in social psychology
and social work. He is graduate
of the Montreal Hebrew Academy
and the Herzliah High School.
A discourse on "Perek Yomi"
will be presented by Harry Perr
ach. instructor at the Hebrew
Academy. Jewish current events
will be presented by Sholom Ap-
plebaum, head teacher of the Is-
raelite Center.
The evening will end with com-
munity singing, led by Cantor
Hirsch Adler. of Temple Emanu-
El. President of Moadon is Irving
Shalom.
home camp, the program is op-
erated by the Center at the fol-
lowing three locations in Dade
County: Miami Branch, 450 SW
16th Ave.; Miami Beach Branch,
1536 Bay Rd.; and North County
Branch, 14036 NE 6th Ave. Chil-
dren living in the far southwest
end of the county will be served
through the Miami Branch,
which is makmg special trans-
portation arrangements.
Beginning on June it. these
camps will be conducted for an
eight-week period. Sunday through
Friday. 9 a.m.. to 4 p.m. Children
may be enrolled for either four or
eight weeks. Campers bring a
packaged lunch, and the Center
provides noontime milk and mid-
atternoon snack.
Transportation service wiH h
available at all locations. Chil-
clien are placed in groups of 12 t*
15 campers, according to age am
sex. Each group is led by a lean
of two counselors: a senior com
selor of college age or older, an
; junior counselor.
The whole range of camp actiw
ties will be included in this pro.
gram, featuring swimming ji
>i ruction at selected pools, ath
lelfcs. arts and crafts, dramatic
camp singing, story-telling, am
nature lore.
Once a week, campers will g.....
trips to, places of intere-t Ri
Cross-qualified waterfront satet;
instructors will he in chargi
the swimming pool, and full-tim
arts and crafts specialists arc ..-
signed to each camp.
Rabbi Schiff Will Speak
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will speak
on his experiences during a recent
trip through South America at a
meeting of the Workmen's Circle,!
I. L. Perctz School, 1545 SW 3rd
St., on Tuesday. Rabbi Schiff is!
spiritual leader of Beth El.
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* Jewish fkrkHckr
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Mayo: Joseph Levy of Eilath (center) meets Miami Beach May-
01 Kenneth Oka (left) at an official welcome in his honor at
Micfini Beach City Hall. Looking on is Jacob C. Fishman, vet-
eran Zionist here. Mayor Levy was in the Greater Miami
area last week to discuss with local leaders the achievements
of Hisiadrut in Israel.
Negro Newspaper in Lopsided
View of American Jewish Role
Continued from Page 1-A
.4 Protestant." The judiciary.
tlie weekly asserted, '"both ap-
vi ..nil elective, showed that
' ol 541 reporting their religion.
.'Til ..re Catholic, 214 Jewish, and
18 ;.re Protestant
\-ionp state legislators, the.
Amsterdam News said, "of us
with religious preference report-1
t(i. P4 are Catholics. 60 Jewish and;
only 11 Protestant, On an overall
lotal of the 2.161 persons in top
citj posts. 1.154 are Jewish. 818
Catholic and 189 Proiestant."
The ADL, disclosing it was mak-
ing representations to the week-
ly's publisher, said it deplored the
Cedars Receives
Coveted Nod by
Accrediting Unit
Following a recent inspection
by a field representative of the
Board of Commissioners of the
Joint Commission on Accrediting
of Hospitals. Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital has been approved for ac-
creditation for three years.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the board, said Wednesday that
"fie official family of Cedars and
our medical staff are proud of
this approval, ll is a rare in-
stance where a hospital achieves
accreditation after one year of
service We are most pleased,
especially when only 100 hospitals
out of 7.000 throughout the United
States receive accreditation with-
in one year.
"We are particularly proud that
the medical staff was commended
for the obvious good care of the
patients in this hospital'.'' Myers
added.
Cedars of Lebanon is a non-
profit, non-sectarian community
hospital currently operating 108
beds. Since its opening in Novem-
ber. 1961. it has been functioning
at maximum capacity. Construc-
tion of the top three floors will
begin Apr. 10. with completion
scheduled by December, 1963.
When finished. Cedars will have
282 beds available to the com-
munitv.
rta'^e'
i^^
Seminars For
Teachers Resume
Seminar for Hebrew teachers;
will continue on Wednesday, Mar.
27, 8:30 p.m., at Temple Ner
Tamid.
The seminar, sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education, is
under the direction of Dr. Nath-
aniel Soroff, and will deal with
New Approaches to the Teach-
ing of Humash Demonstrating
leathers will be Miss Nottie Gold-
-uin, ol" Temple Beth Sholom, and
Meyer Samberg, educational di-
rector of Temple Ner Tamid
The seminar will conclude on
Wednesday, Apr. 3. when "New-
Approaches to the Teaching of
History" will be explored. Dem-
onstrating teachers will be Martin
l.iebowitz. of'Tr-mple Emanu-EI.
and Abraham Gittelson. education
director of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
History Seminar will be intro
duced by Louis SCawartzman,
< xecutive director of the Bureau.
way the story was written "dis-
torting the meaning and intent."
The American Jewish Committee
also said it deplored "the unfair
inferences of favortism in the
Amsterdam News version.
The Protestant Council's
statement, issued by Dr. Dan M.
Potter, its executive secretary,
asserted that the purpose of the
study was "not to criticize any
group but to encourage more ac-
tive Protestant responsibility in
civic and government vocation."
Dr. Potter called the story "un-
fortunate journalism," which
increases tension and misunder-
standing and serves to weaken
the cause of democracy and in-
terfaith cooperation."
Dr. Potter also cited two speci-
fic items in the weekly's version
as "not accurate." One was that
Protestant leaders decided to keep
the survey findings confidential
because of its implications. Dr.
Potter said that the Protestant
leaders never intended to publish
it because the findings were "ten-
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said the most' reliable information '
was that the non-white Protestant
population was about 40.6 per cent
ol all Protestants.
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at a brunch at the Seville Hotel
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and Mrs Jacob Rifkin, of Miami
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! ance of the Tel Aviv stock ex-|
change, the status of internation-j
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progress report on the Industrial
Development Bank of Israel.
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Friday, March 22, 1963
Algeria Adopts Nationality Laws
That are Detrimental to the Jews
Committee meets to formulate plans for the
'ewish National Fund-Israel Independence
Day celebration an Apr. 30 at the Fontaine-
oleau Hotel. Seated (first row) are Hyman
lisenbaum, Abraham Fraidlin, William Born-
stein, Harry Feldman. Seated (second row)
are Ezra Finegold. Julius Rosenstein. Johan L.
Syria, Iraq Agree on Drive Against Israel
LONDON (JTA) The Syr-
n and Iraqi delegations which
.included talk* in Damascus on,
etuH of the new pre-Nasser re-:
. imes in their countries agreed |
i intensity action against Israel.!
ne Daily Telegraph reported this
. eek in a dispatch from the Syr- j
*n capital.
The Daily Express reported
Dr. Orlinsky
At Beth Am
Guest speaker following late Fri-
ay evening services at Temple
I eth Am will be Dr. Harry M.
)rlinsky, editor-in-chief of the
ew Translation of the Hebrew
iible for the Jewish Publication
jciety of America.
In 1952. Dr. Orlinsky was the
,ly Jewish member on the com-
.ittee of 22 scholars which pro-
duced the Revised Standard Ver-
on of the Old Testament.
from Cairo that President Nasser,
of Egypt, was planning a five-na-
tion Arab military pact aimed at
formation of an Arab army equip-
ped with Soviet submarines and
jet fighters. The Express said
that the plan calls for Nasser to
be the Supreme Commander of
all Middle East Arab military
forces, with the goal of crush-
ing Jordan and Saudi Arabia first,
and finally Israel.
Syrian gunners opened fire
this week on three tractors
working in the demilitarized
zone between Ein Gev and Tel
Katzir in the Lake Tiberias
area in the first border incident
since the latest coop in Syria,
it was reported in Tel Aviv.
The shooting against the trac-
tors, which were preparing fields
for summer crops, lasted about
10 minutes. Then when the trac-
tor drivers were preparing to
leave the area, the Syrians again
Continued from Page 1-A
geria" and others demanded the
departure of the remaining 170,-
Europeans in Algeria. The new
law automatically classifies the
Jews with the European com-
munity.
Other deputies called the new-
law, adopted by 85 to 33 votes,
-hamefully xenophobic." It was
proposed by Premier Ahmed Ben
Bella's Government, and it stip-
ulated that henceforth two cate-
gories of Algerian citizens would
exist, those who before independ-
ence were ruled by Moslem civil
, courts and those who would have
I Algerian nationality "by acquisi-
tion."
The Evian Agreement clearly-
stipulated that all Europeans born
i in Algeria and who resided there
j a number of years would auto-
started shooting. The firing was j matically acquire Algerian nation-
not returned, and the tractors aj|ty if they so wished. The new
were finally removed from the |aw also provides that certain Eu-
danger area. It was the first gun- ropeans can be deprived of their
fire in the sector for almost six
months.
the law marks another Stopping
stone to Algeria's becoming a
Moslem Arab state" as envisag-
ed bv Ben Bella.
SHERATON
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Friedberg, Max Hecht, Sam Kagan, J. Z. Stad-
lan, Ben Silver, Mrs. Miriam Press, Mrs. J. Z.
Stadlan, Harry Rosen, Gershon Miller, and
Samuel Kopkind.
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Israel entered a complaint with
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possible desire of Syria's new re-
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made an attack on Israel to bene-
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countries.
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Since the 15.000 Algerian Jews
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It was generally believed that
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Friday, March 22. 1963
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Page 11- A
EICHMANN PARALLEL DRAWN
Israeli Musician on Trial
For Nazi Aid During War
tSADOKt SCHWARTZ
Free Loan Will
Install Officers
Newly-elected officers of the
i.reater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
ition will be installed un-
> evening, t> p.m., al ;i banqui I
the Lombard) Hotel
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth
nka will be installing officer, and
Judge Milton Friedman will be
l nast< r.
Officers to be Installed are Isa-
Schwartz, who will serve his
lontta term as president; Joseph
\i vel,first vice president; Sam
Sherman, second vice president;
Max Kunst, thud vice president;
Max Knppaport, treasurer.
[da Ochs, fmaiiiial secretary;
Zelda Kunst. recording secretary;
Max Price, corresponding secre-
in and credit committee, Ily-
man I'habner. Morris Bckhaus,
Ochs, Max Rappaport and
Sherman.
The Free Loan Association has
I'm: serving the Greater Miami
1 i community for 13 yearss,
will mark the anniversary
i special Bar Mitzvah cele-
n.
Continued from Page 1-A
handed over Jews to the Nazis,
attacked Jews in enclosed
camps, assembled Jews for "se-
lection" for extermination, help-
ed the Nazis herd 5,000 Jews of
Bendin into death trains, round-
ing up Jewish children from a
local orphanage, and bringing
them to trains which transported
them to death camps.
He was also accused of divulg-
ing the hiding places of ion Jews
who fled to Bendin from other
areas and with handin them
over to the Nazis, and with tak-
ing hostages from families whose
members did not report to the
Nazis for forced labor.
After the charges were listed,
the prosecutor -aid thai despite
the charges, it was Birenblal who
removed one or two .lews from
every transport and thus Si
their lues. He added: "it is for
this court to decide whether, in
order to save his own life and the
Savings League
Names Pallot
E. Albert Pallot. president and
chairman of the hoard of Hiseayne
Federal Savings and Loan Assn..
has been appointed to a top na-
tional committee of the U.S. Sav-
ings and Loan League.
Accordinu to Frank B. Field-
ing Jr., of Birmingham, Ala., pres
idem of the League. Pallot was
named to the 1963 Committee on
Federal Savings and Loan Insur-
ance Corporation Law and Regu-
lations.
lives of a few others, the accused
had the right to perform his other
deeds despite compelling con,
lions."
After the defendant pleaded not
guilty, the first witness. Isaac
Neumann, now an Israeli, was
called. Neumann was a member
ol the Jewish underground in
Czentochowa who was sent to
Bendin, to organize an under-
ground there, but was captured
and brought before Birenblat.
Neumann testified that despite
appeals to Birenblat. he was kept
for several days in a cell in Etiren-
blat'S office. When he and a
group of other Jews were taken
to German trucks by Jewish po-
lice under Gestapo supervision, he
testified further, his name was
called out by Birenblat who sel
him free while Gestapo officials
looked on. The bearing was then
adjourned until next month
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* Jew 1st ncridiar
Friday, March 22, 1963 i .
The Busy Day of a Very Busy Rabbi
A parent dies. What memorial
services are required? A school
group has scheduled a field day
simultaneously with a Temple
fund-raising effort. The dean of
a Catholic school calls, request-
ing the Rabbi to make an ad-
dress on commencement day.
Then there's a viiting Rabbi.
They compare notes. Same
problems, different cities.
A meeting with the parents of
the Bar Mitzvah class follows.
Yes, the Rabbi will attend the
reception. No, you should not
serve kosher-style shrimp. Yes.
the speech is too long. Ne. you
cannot prerecord the Haftorah.
Another tear-sodden woman.
Her husband passed away more
than a year ago; yet she cannot
adjust to her loss. The widow
talks, and the Rabbi, he listens.
And soon the woman leaves his
office, without handkerchief in
hand.
Complaint department. "How
come, Rabbi. I wasn't given an
honor at last week's program?
What's the matter. Rabbi, you
don't like me?"
Sermons Follow
And then there are the ser-
mons. Yes, the recall of long-
past sermons for the expected
topics, and the unexpected top-
ics, which change with daily
headlines, which change with
the daily thoughts of his people.
Like when the crippled woman
complained to the Rabbi that her
family had no time for her. The
simple words, "no time," gave
the Rabbi an hour-long subject
of discussion at the High Holy
Day service.
A Rabbi's bu.sv_Jav is the source
of this Ium :>i i. two-part series pre-
pared bv the Greater Muwii Rabbin-
ical Assn.. u'lib an assist from Jacl(
Latin, a mrmbf of Bi-th Torah Con-
\o. Miami Reach.
Despite their effecrT^f tem-
porary, these sermons have on
his congregation, the Rabbi feels
preaching is the least important
of his religious duties. Yet, too
often, a Rabbi is judged by his
critics as they would judge the
latest Hollywood cinematic of-
fering.
Type* of Joy
Letters, about 50 letters each
week, are mailed by the Rabbi's
secretary. Thank you notes, ac-
ceptance notes, follow-ups to
personal visits. Articles for The
Jewish Floridian, publicity hand-
outs to the local newspapers, an
idea for next week's sermon jot-
ted down on a scratch pad to be
enlarged later in the day.
No escape. No time oft for
good behavior. A few hours at
the beach some 90-degree day
are spent with sun glasses in
one hand. ;i note-pad in the other.
No time for waste. No time for
killing time.
This fervent allegiance to his
chosen field, the Rabbi attributes
to his familiar influence coupled
with his own deep interest in his
fellow-men. But while his lay-,
man friends sometimes decry
his seeming lack of extra-curri-i
cular amusement, he counters:
with, "this is my joy," And
they no longer wonder aloud
about his over-zealous devotion
to his work. Joy is many things
to many people.
The post-noon hours are fill-,
ed with personal visits to the
hospitalized, to the homes that
require the presence of a Rabbi,
to console and comfort, to chat |
and cheer, to advise and admon-
ish.
Back to the Temple at 3:30
p.m. The teen-age problem
rears its head. There are par-
ents unable to cope with a son
old before his time, too young
to realize it. The Rabbi will
help'nMm,**They say. And a
somewhat odd mixture of an-
cient Hebraic wisdom and mod-
ern clinical psychology combine
to help the youngster toward a
healthy maturity.
The evenings are filled with
more committee meetings, home
calls, lectures and possibly an
odd Thursday night wondering
how bad television can get. And
the weekend eveningsthe Bar
Mitzvah receptions, the wedding
receptions, the reception recep-
tions. The hand-shaking, the
right words, the ever-cordial
proffer of drinks he often re-
fuses, the request for benedic-
tions he never refuses.
First Call
And the time a salesman call-
ed at his home. When would
his father be at home, his boy
was asked. "Oh, you can see
him Sunday afternoonif he
doesn't have a funeral."
This. then, is the story of a
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REMEMBER
The memories of Passovers gone bythe search and sale of the ChometzGrandpa
poking around the kitchen, making the horseradish and theChorachesputting on the
new suit of clothes and shoespockets full of hazel nutsand almondsanxiously
waiting for the Seder to startUncle Joe and Aunt Sadie were always latethe whole
family togetherGrandpa looking like a king propping the pillow on the chair beside
himGrandma tired after baking and cooking all day but "My Malke" my queen, he
called herthe Kiddush and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah' and the answer given
with Grandpa's voice ringing out over allthe first half of tne Hagadah almost over-
even the bitter herbs tasted so goodPassover it was always "strong"all were com-
pelled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt waterand
then the mealnobody, but nobody, could cook better than Gtandmawe ateand
ale and then the "Benchen"and the rest of the Hagadahand some more cups of
wine -and the opening of the doorand the stories of how in the old country someone
frightened the whole family toy appearing at that doorbut best of all the songs with
which the second ha'f of the Hagadah aboundand the feeling of drowsinesscontent-
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JEWISH MORALISTS
Ztjhar, II, 112a.
A doit bfcngi master a game- L
hud. What Aoe< he receive' A bone. !.
1> -?*-. if
Zohar. II. 161a.
A ^.- : I'" '"' i J plan /or a pal-
lie tummoneii *Itill/ul bmlilfrs,
extcltd it /"' him. Wlien it
King*] r-iau"<.\ W'nal fiiul he Kit'"
ii vHe had contributed an idea,

V Zuhar. JII, 94k
A \wa ordered food to be placed
be)ore a gueii. Though the \ing did
: ,':' uith t?if gtteit, the latter
...c the food o/ rr:e ^ing,

Zohar, III. 116k
A man /ell love uith a woman "
csided in the Wod[ o/ the tan-
. y >:(. hod wot lived there, he
. I never bare entered this evil
lei.: but, since she |
there, the itreet teams "to him
( itreel o/ the perfumers.
*
Zohar. IV. 254a,
\ ful tailor cut up tome cloth
i ;ing'i garment, and gave
to "- frilled tailors to
Thus did
Torah to t'le
atelj
I .. :. .. ^ fll'i I i.
* *
e Zo '!. ::. 95a,
: come to Hie place I> see t/ie
.;:-., i!. some Come to looi(
. itenanre; those
. : wise coi i to behold the
the ; i
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
message to the Bride and
Groom under the canopy?
A happy occasion was alway.s
an opportunity for the Rabbi's
v orris ol wi-dom which would give i
cood counsel to the newlyweds;
"~^and which would give spiritual
uplift to the occasion. There
was .. practical reason for the;
Rabbi's message, however, ac-
cording to many sources. Actual-j
l> a Jewish wedding ceremony Is
.i combination of two rituals. Ori- \
cinally these two were at least |
Mime six months or even a year i
apart, (The first part of the
ceremony is called "Erusin" and
the second part is called "Nisuin").
For practical reasons the two were
made to follow each other upon
the same occasion.
Why do Bride and Groom fast on
heir wedding day?
Two reasons are generally ad-
vanced for this practice. First,
ii is claimed that the sins of Bride
Hid Groom are forgiven on their
\- edrtinn day so that they may be
^m life anew and afresh without
any blemish of the past hovering
over either of them. A Day of
Forgiveness, similar to the an-
i.ual Day of Atonement (Yom Kip-
pur) was always observed by fast-
}ing, so that a spirit of penance
would be felt with which one
could be considered deserving of
forjr:veness. It is for this reason
that t;.t groom recited the con-
fessions of the Yom Kippur pray-
ers in his afternoon liturgy.
Sn <7L KeaL Of
Man Must Never Imagine
He Can Play Role of God
lami s
r^cligious Ser
vices
By RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI
The Hitler holocaust, with the
nightmare that followed it, pro-
duced many books such as "The
Wall," "Exodus," and ,,Mila 18."
The most recent to appear is "The
Man Who Played God," by Rob-
ert St. John.
The theme of this book is not
a new one. I remember some 25
years ago seeing a film with the
same title, "The Man Who Play-
ed God," with George Arliss. It's
a theme that is quite old and, in
a certain sense, betrays a natural
human weakness. It reveals se-
cret ambitions that lie dormant in
the heart of man, for there is no
person who does not like to play
a role. Children play cops and
robbers, cowboys and Indians.
When they mature, they become
too sophisticated for that, and
they choose other roles.
He discusses a well-known per-
iodthe last two years of the Nazi reign of terror in Hungary when
Jews were being led to gas chambers and crematoria for extermina-
tion. The story tells how Andor Ilorvalh (actually Rudolph Kastner.
the leader of the Jewish community) somehow assumes a unique role.
In his desire to rescue Jews horn Nazi bestiality, he finds himself in
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 1:50 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.''
Sermon: "FVeedom to lirtom^ the
Lot ..r the vi'lv.l.- Race." P.m. lec-
ture: 'I'nin.alli.n of all ("las-.." "1
J. us.'"
r....... i:" >'
GEMS OF WISDOM
RABBI IRVING LtHRMAH
. month of freedom
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Fridas 8:15 p.m. Saturday '' a.m.
Bar Mitsvah: Tod, Hon of Mr, and
Mrs. Sidney Aronovlt*.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday ; p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m
Sermon: "Time An Irretraceable
A* set."
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
i Ida} 8:15 p.m. luesl spi aki r
Carl Epstein. Top e: "Religion at
College Today." Saturdaj 8:45 a.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
Frida) 6:15 p.m. Saturday 1 am
"A final I ng Even ser-
5:45 p.m.
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BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Men are very prone to despise
him who has ill fortune, and to
mal{e much of those whom fortune
Of*. MANASS1 11 P. I^RABL. i

Tlicrre is nothing more nuon'tunt
than fortune which tosses human |
:- affairs up and down h\e dice.
Pino.

/ profit not by my master'i for- I
tune, but suffer from hi* mi
"tune. PROVERB.

Misfi ie does noi a me single.
wI issm \s.
, ....... "......
EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
a po-ition !o set up "deals" with the Nazis, and thus saves over 1,500 F,lila> 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "Are "c
nt hia nonnlo l*repHied?" Baa Mltavah: Joy,
ol nis people. daughter of Mr. and Mra. Irving
It is he who makes the choice as to who shall live and who shall I.....n. Saturday *:45 a.m. Se
die, and in exercising this unique power he becomes intoxicated with' .-v,,^,',"!.', tii!-!'"' i.m.." i.'"n. u
his ability to control the destiny of men. He plays God and learns to .
. r BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3ro ave.
eilJOV It. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
As a rabbi. I naturally read this book in the light of Jewish tradi-1 Saturday I a m
tion, which holds an uncompromising position on men who play God.
I Mil.. 7:JO a.m. and 6 p.m.
One must never play God, Judaism says.
Him and follow Him.
Instead, one must imitate

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Friday !:15 p.m. Saturday v". a.m.
If there was ever a living example of the difference between play- Sermon:
ing God and emulating God, it is to be found in the striking personali-
ties of the two dominant characters of the approaching Passover scene-
Pharaoh and Moses.
nl..ii.- Redemption." p.m. Sermon:
"Biblical Portion of the w.-.k."
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirsehen-
baum.
Prlilay 8:30 p.m. Srrmon: "Don't
I,., too Good. Saturday sir. a.m.
liar Ultavah: Mark. BOn of Mr. and
>..!! "f
Pharaoh is King of Egypt and master of his people. He is so su-
preme that he is worshipped as a god and, what is worse, he be-
lieves it and enjoys it. Instead of making Egypt an instrument of
blessedness and opportunity for an entire civilzation, he chooses to fir& ToaevlTlaaenbergj Barry,
bring disaster upon himself a.Jd his people, leading them to doom and! *>. and Mrs. Kint Meyeraon.
destruction. Yes, he played Godand brought ruin to his nation.
In contrast is the imige of Moses. Raised in the luxury of the
royal court, he has the opportunity of sharing the power of the con-
queror, but he has a different mission in lifenot to play God, but
rather to imitate Him and to follow Him. He becomes the faithful
shepherd of his flock and the consecrated servant of the Lord.
Both are recorded in the annals of history, but whereas Pharaoh
is remembered only in pyramids of stone, Moses has carved out for
himself a place in the hearts of men as the teacher of Israel, as the
lawgiver of mankind.
I believe that Robert St. John has written more than a book. He
has delivered a sermon on the ills of mankind, for what is the history
of the world if not the constant, unrelenting struggle between men who
play God.
This Sabbath ushers in the month of freedom, the month of spring.
the month of Passover, the month of hope, the month of renewal. May
it draw us closer to our people, to our faith, and to God so that we
prove ourselves worthy of being His faithful servants.
Lytnew LJottr K^-ona reflations
Temple Emanu-EI
One of the most beautiful syna-
gogues in the South, Temple
Emanu-EI in Miami Beach, was
erected at a cost exceeding $1,-
000.000. The dome-shaped edifice,
fashioned after a Palestinian de-
sign, seats 1,800 people.
The original congregation of
200 worshippers was organized in
1939 and met in a small building
at 1415 Euclid Ave. Plans for the
new edifice received added im-
petus with the appointment of
Rabbi Irving Lehrman to the post]
of spiritual leader in 1943
This page is prepared in
cooperation with the Spiritual
Leaders of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
rabbi max A. UMCHITS
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wia sections of Miami Beach.
Temple Emanu-EI is a member
I of the United Synagogue of Amer-
,. I ica, the parent body of Conser-
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 1th at., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Pulpit grueat: Ted
Sloan, pivpident. Men's Club, Topic:
"What Men's Clube can do for theli
renter*." Saturday &:45 a.m. Bar
Mitzvaii: Michael, eon of Mrs. Blaine
Mi rau.-ky.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
aarvatlve. Rabbi Harold Riehter. i
Cantor Emanuel Mandal.
FrMay vi'i p.m. Sermon: "Tenalona
of Today'* Society." Saturday "'".
a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the week."
Bar Mit/.vah: Jack, son "f Mr. and [
Mr. iins Jacobaon.
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rot-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Portion !
61 the Week. Ones Shabhat boati
Mr and Mrs. A. Esterman In h
ii their 19th wedding annlveraan
Mr. and Mi-. David OoWenberg, In
honor ol daughter, Madalyn'a loth
birthday. Saturday i* a.m.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801.
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi |
Richard M. Leviton.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Oueat speaker, Rab> I
bl Sanford Belcer, Southeast Region-
al director, L'.A.H C. Topic: "la
there a Jt-wlah Establishment?" Sis-
terhood win host the Uneg fcfhabbat.
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday ; and 8:18 p.m. Sermon:
Mi anlag "f a Jew." Saturdaj 9 a.m.
Bar Mitsvah: StttarL >".n "f Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Cohea. 5:88 p.m. Bar
Mitsvah: Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Martin Abranis.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Frid.iv p m. Saturday *:o a.m.
Sermon: "Th.- Sanctity ( the Month
of Nlsaan."
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Kermon: "A Series
of Passover Information." Saturday
: a.m.
WOOD. 1551 S. 14 ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
p |rtnj -. ,. ii s.i m m: "H w do
Tei :' tn*
Nazi E a Satu
I .,. a i, of Mr. and Mi s.
J.,. k Sha| I
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Frida '' p.m. Sermon: "Where
Liberal Jews Find A for
Jewish Mving Today?" Satui
Sermon: "Stlffm -: a

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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromah.
Cantor David Conviser.
I 1,1., v R:i3 Sermon: "The
Tenth Yaln-7.it "f Halm Oreenberg
Saturday 10:*3 a.m. Bar Mitzvaii
Robert, .-"ii ol Mi--. Florenct Leder-
man.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Maehtei.
Friday B:8 p.m. Sermon: "J,re-Paaw-
over Cleaning: Removing Moral ami
spiritual Leaven." Sisterhood will
! served by March Circle. Satur-
day 8:80 a.m. Youth Service,
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL, 1701 Waahlng-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: How-
ard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis \v. --
enthal: Roberi Deln, son "f Morns
Dein ami Mrs. Louis Kalter.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
i rldaj p.m. Sermon: "Th- Rab-
bi who has gone on Btrlke Against
Pri aching."
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Frida; y p.m. Sermon: "The Am-
bitious Shepherd."
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th *t.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
cwiu. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NF.R TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Pi i iaj g:i3 p.n .- mon: "Th.- Im-
plication "i" the Oi I Chil-
dren with March blrthdaya iii be
honori d.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Darnel M. Lowy
lay 1:13 D m Bar Mitzvaii: T
hter Mr, and Mr- A
Kurtz. Plaque dedicated to the lat<
Joseph Pollak, donated by ins fam-
ily.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave
Raboi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
D'ckson.
Frldaj 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "The Knd-
Ing of i Book." Saturday 8:45
Sermon: "The First M-nth of the
Tear."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wemick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
l-i ,1 ." p.m. Sermon: "Fir-t
Fundamentals of I'alth." Oneg
siKiMi.it host: Rlsterb.....I. Baturday
i a in Sermon: "Portion of the
Week."
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rhbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Frldav 8:18 p.m. Saturday 8
Bar Mltavah: Allen, son "f Mr. and
Mrs, Murray Lippmaa.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber.
group in the congregational fam-
cultural, and welfare groups.
Joseph If. Lipton has just been
ed its" North Branch Building for elected president of the congre
In 1900. Temple Emanu-EI crect-
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
JOSEPH M. UPTON
. Temple f manutl presiden*
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
2F Ador 6:15 p.m.
TEMPLE
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age 14-A
+Jewish nnridHaHn
Friday, March 22, 1963
= **
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Delightful Little Book Filled With Warmth and Color
FO LAUGH A LITTLE. By Molly Picon. As told to Eth
Clifford Rosenberg.' 175 pp. New York: Julian Mess-
ner, 8 West 4Cth St. $3.00.
I HAD BEEN putting off reviewing Molly Picon's book
' about her grandmother because after all these years. 1
ive become rather jaundiced about people's memoirs.
: ost memoirs should have been iorgotten to begin with.
>w I am a little sorry that I have read "So Laugh A
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Little." because l woifi be able again to read it for the
In si time. Jaundice and all. I have laughed a lot with
a charming book which demands nothing oi its readers
but a readiness to enjoy.
Molly Picon has been a star comedienne in the Yid-
dish theatre for over titty years; both she and her pro-
ducer-director husband. Jacob Kalich (who asked her to
marry him in a different language every night until she
-agreed), were household words when Second Avenue lit
ilfllinWIIMMMMMM'
The Immaturity of the Eisenhower Years
Washington)
PRESIDENT Eisenhower's an!
' noyance with Israel and lack|
of a clear Near Eastern policy are
revealed in "A Political Memor
of the Eisenhower Years," just]
published by Emmet John Hughes.|
Sir. Hughes, a Whtie House ad
visor, was the speech writer wh
drafted must oj Eisenhower':
statements during the 1965 Sinai-Sue/ crisis
The immaturity in the White House those days is
indicated through Mr, Hughes' disclosure of the
"bomb for peace" proposal, it was suggested, in
effect, to threaten Israel and the neighboring Arabs
.
i
/ Write as I Please
3y CARL ALPERT
About Time Capsules
Haifa
yjANY WEEKS ago I asked read-
ers what they would suggest
placing in a time capsule which
might give future Jewish genera-
tions some idea of the nature of
Jewish life in our own time. How
little we know today of Jewish life
it the time of the destruction of
the Temple in the year 70 C.E.
'lfidi w We take it for granted that 1,893 years into the
future there will still be Jews on earth. What will
be their conception of Jewish life in the year 1963?
What objects, symbols, records would you entrust
to an airtight, water-proof container to be buried
for the benefit of posterity?
Answers came from many places. A reader in
Los Angeles, Calif.. Suggested copies of the Israel
Declaration of Independence and Chaim Wcizmann's
acceptance speech as President, a Jewish National
Fund tree certificate, an embroidered Israel y.ir-
melke. a Bezalel Att School silver dish, and a COpj
ol Meridor's "Long is the Road to Freedom."
Obviously with tongue in cheek, a reader in
Louisville. Ky.. insists that no picture Of 20th cen-
tury Jewish lite would be complete unless our cap-
sule also included a few crumbs from a fancy liar
Mitzvab cookie, the transliteration of the brochos
beside the Torah. ar.d a l.IA pledge card.
A reader in St. Petersburg, Fla., rushed her let-
ter into the mail to recommend that the complete
record of the Eichmann trial, in all its details, be
preserved for future generations as a striking les-
ion for posterity. Two days later, she had second
thoughts and hastened to withdraw her recommen-
dation. Let the Eichmann documents be destroyed,
and may his name and memory be blotted out for-
ever, she urges.
An Indianapolis housewife has two suggestions
to add to the lists of the others. One is a Yiddish
newspaper. She feels that the time is rapidly ap-
proaching when such a paper will be a true curios-
ity. The other is a clipping from a local bfgb
school paper which reports a joint Chanuka-
Christmas observance by the young people of the
two faiths.
A reader of the Bronx would place in the time
capsule a small electric Menorah. a magnetic
scrabble set. and vials of penicillin, reserpine and
polio vaccine with full instructions for use. He
would also include a chess and checker set and
three books, "The Ugly American," "Hawaii, and
"Ship of Fools." Sounds as if he were planning
to go along too. and wants to be sure of adequate
recreation, good health and religious inspiration.
Must cynical of all was a postal card from Bos-
ton. The writer suggests that the time capsule
be buried with, nothing inside. This would be dra-
matic evidence of the hollowness and emptiness of
most Jewish life in our times, he writes.
My little daughter, who has been following the
whole business with slightly amused tolerance,
feels that we don't have to go to all the bother.
"Just bury this copy of the paper with all the in-
formation in your column, and that will be enough."
.-he volunteers.
that they would be blown up by a U.S. atomic
bomb dropped on the troublesome region it they
continued misbehaving.
This suggestion was made at a White House con-
ference on Oct 31. 1956. One of the stall blurted
mil that perhaps the time had come to consider a
"bomb for peace." He said: "It's as Simple as this:
Let's Bend one oi Curl Le May's >;ang over the Mid
die East, carrying an atomic bomb. And let's warn
everyone: well drop it it they all don"! cut
this nonsense out."
Mr. Hughes recorded thai the suggestion was
greeted with the pained silence that was tin1 mosl
polite reply possible. Bui the incident underscored,
aid Mr. Hughes, "the capacity of some m this
Administration lor little more than parochial, self-
preoccupied distress" and "bizarre results attain
able from a White House stall ("tally untouched
by serious experience in foreign affairs."
October 29. 1956. found Eisenhower at Walter
Reed Hospital receiving a physical checkup and
dispatching appeals for Israel to halt her mobiliza-
tion. He referred to trouble in drafting a message
to Israel Premier Bcn-Gurion between trips up ami
down hospital corridors for tests and X-rays. And
the comment that Eisenhower made to Mr. Hughes:
"Israel and barium make quite a combination."
The whole Middle Eastern scene left Eisenhow
er "dismayed, baffled, and fearful of great stupid-
ity about to assert itself." Eisenhower said "I just
can't figure out what the Israeli think they're up
to maybe they're thinking they just can't sur-
vive wihout more land but I don't see how they
can survive without coming to some honorable and
peaceful terms with the whole Arab world that sur-
rounds them."
Commenting on Franco-Israeli cooperation. Eisen-
hower said: "Damn it, the French, they're just
egging the Israeli onhoping somehow to get out
of their own North African troubles."
When reports came that Britain was with France
in backing Israel. Eisenhower's affectionate regard
for the British made him incredulous. "I just can't
believe." he kept saying, "1 can't believe they
would be so stupid as to invite on themselves all
the Arab hostility to Israel."
Eisenhower asked if the British were going to
dare us to defend the Tripartite Declaration." The
Tripartite Declaration of 1950 bound Britain. Fral
and the United Slates to take joint action either
within or without the United Nations, to use force
if the Israel Arab armistice borders were crossed
or threatened.
Mr. Hughes commented that, from "the I
point of Israel" the timing appeared superb Russia
was involved with Hungary. Britain and Fi
were straining tor a crack ai Nasser. The i!n
Slates was in the middle of a national election cam-
paign. Eisenhower said of this: "Well, i better jel
out of here ordespite ali these doctorthese
things will have my blood pressure up to 480."
Eisenhower's faculty for dry humor emerged
here and there. The Central Intelligence Agency
had reports of Nasser's growing fear that his posi-
tion! before a resolute Anglo-French action, might
fast become hopeless. Dryly, Eisenhower com
mented. "Tell Nasser we'll be glad to put him on
St. Helena and give him a million dollars."
up the sky lor the Yiddish-peakirg world. The Second
Avenue sky is dark now. but Molly goes on forever; re-
cently she swept Broadway in the hit musical, 'Milk and
Honey." ,
Her grandmother stories have the same sense of tun
and good timing lor which she is known. The writing.
done by Eth Clifford Rosenberg, is pleasantly offhand
and unlabored. Some of the stones may have the t.i-
lines of old Jewish jokes, but it doesn't matter a! all.
they still sound completely plausible and immensely fun
i,y. The characterization of Grandma Sarah Ostrow car-
ries them all off with perfect aplomb. Anyway, who
knows? Perhaps that's where the jokes began.
Some of the fun, of course, is in her use of the Ian
guage. "She always spoke reverently of the old-time
actors, like Adler and Boris Thomashefsky. So I asked
her to tell me what they had that the newer crop of actors
didn't have. She looked at me for a long moments Then
she said, her eye crinkling with amu-ement, "You want
to know what thev had'.' I'll tell you. Molly, dolly. They
had my youth."
It's a delightful little book, and much of the pleasure
lies in the warmth and color oi the first-generation days
Perhaps 1 should change my mind a little about personal
n emoirs. Come to think of it. I know some good grand
mother shines myself .
From Latin America By ELIAHU SALPETER
Uruguay Best of All
THE BEST RELATIONSHIPS bl
tween the Jewish community
and the general population seem
to exisl in Uruguay, the Switzer-
land ol South America. The conn
try's 50,000 Jews are well integrat-
ed in practically every field ol
economic, social and cultural ac-
tivity, andlike the rest of the
populationenjoy the benefits ol
what is probably the oldest and most deeply rooted
democracy on the Southern Continent. The onl>
political group with an anti-Semtic program receiv-
ed a "grand total" of 200 votes in the last general
elections.
However, there is concern in Uruguay, both
among Jews and non-Jews, that the virus of anti
Semitism will find its way to the country from
neighboring Argentina. Nobody believes that it
was a coincidence that when the anti-Semitic vio-
lence in Argentina began to draw too much world
attention, suddenly swastikas appeared in Monte-
video exactly in the Argentine pattern, as if to
show that even in democratic Uruguay such things
can occur. The events in the Argentine are too well
known to require repeating here The crest of the
anti-Semitic outbursts seems to be over, for the time
being and there are some slight indications thai
the authorities want to avoid a new wave of major
incidents. However, it might be useful to sum up
briefly, the basic elements which created the tragic
i ituation,
In Argentina, then' Is a large Jewish rommun-
itv, numbering about half a million. The Jews are
very tenuously integrated in the social fabric ol
the country, with bar. :> an> political contacts. The
Catholic Church is influential and its influence, bj
e, is unfriendly toward the .lews. During Pi
on's time, the country became a haven for fleeing
Nazis- but, significantly, there were no anti>Semitic
outbreaks under his regime, because that was 1
part of bis policy, and he had a tight grip on the
police.
Today, the Nazis and the neo-Nazismost Ol
them not necessarily Germans but Croats. Hungar-
ians, etc., who tied Europe after World War 11-
pose as "the experts on anti-Communism" and un-
der that disguise successfully infiltrated the ultra-
nationalistic and right-wing organizations, many ot
which were receptive to anti-Semitic propaganda,
in the lirst place.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
New York Newspaper Strike is Finally Over
u|ANY NEW YORKERS are breath r
" inn a sigh Of relief with the end*
ing of the new paper strike. Arthur I
Brisbane, Hearst editor, said the greal I
est newspaper story was when Mo-
came down from the mountain and th* [
newsboys yelled. "Extra! Extra! Ther
is only one God. Extra!"
What a sensation! One God mear
one humanity. Some denounced it asl
Socialism. Some called it Cosmopolitanism.
People had thought there were so many gods. Each
locality had its own Baal or god. Jersey City and Hobo-
ken, Minona, Minnesota and Oshkosh, Wisconsin all had
different gods. Besides the locality gods, there were
I.(bar and Remimu. Zeus and Rah. There were whole-
sale dealers In godi Retail dealers, and you could buy
geda at discount houses at bargain prices. The father
of Abraham, according to the Midrash. had a business
selling gods in fact. Abraham's quarrels with his father
on this score, is the theme of many Midrash stories
People worshiped the golden calf; they worshiped cats
and slicks and siunes. Some people had whole drawer-
in Is of gods. Rachel going away with Jacob, the Bible
tells us. was accused by her father. Laban, of having
gone off with his gods.
Probably what happened was that Laban was look-
ing for his pipe. Opened drawer. No gods! But Rachel
hadn't taken them away. She had just put them in the
basement, to make room for Dad's shirts.
"Publish it not in Gath." said David, but the publish-
ing in those days was like that of the New England Town
( ner. Our elders got most of their news at the -
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Friday, Mcich 22, 196']
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By MAX LERNER
AVRAHAM HARMAN DUE
Zionists Prepare
For Celebration
Of Anniversary
Burnett Roth, chairman 01 the
Zionist Council of South Florida,
this week announced the follow
ing appointments to the Greater
Miami Committee for the 15th an-
Frankfurt | niversary celebration of the estab-
Nothing in Konrad Adenauers long career has become him quite' Hshment of the State of Israel, to
as badly as the leaving of it. His now famous letter to his Vice Chan be held at the Miami Beach Audi
eellor. Ludwig Erhard. and his release of it along with Erhard's reply, torium Saturday evening, Apr 20.
are an example of political pique at its worstas bad as Harold Mac- Israel Ambassador to the Unit-
millan's cancelling of Princess Margaret's visit to Paris, or the recent v(\ states. Avraham Harman. will
Bidault atfair on the BBC. One is tempted to say of Adenauer in these mafce the welcoming address at
late vears. as Alice's Duchess said of her child, that he only does it, the 15th anniversary celebration ol
to annoy, because he knows it tAses. the establishment of Israel, to be
But! childish as Adenauer s pranks may seem, the tact is that held at the Miami Beach Auditor-
thev have a quality of dead earnest. The biggest element in internal I jum, Saturday evening. Apr. 20.
German politics today is the lethal fend between Adenauer and Erhard.I Ambassador Harman has been in
which pales almost every other political feud in recent history. Ade- t|le diplomatic service since 1949.
naeur is finally being forced out of office, and is bound to leave in the when he was named consul gen-
fall. As his final act he wants to make sure that his successor i> any-j era] jn Montreal. Can. S'nce that
one but his Vice Chancellor and Economics MinisterErhard. lime he has distinguished himsell
Hence the letter business. Adenauer and the little group around m the UN and the Jewish Agency.
him fell they had found in Erhard's recent behavior at Brussels the General chairman. A. Arthur
chance they wanted to discredit aim. It must be said against Erhard Pekelner; secretary, Miss Mar-
that he also behaved childishly, refusing to sit in on the Brussels ses- euerite Marx; treasurer. Mamie'
sion devoted to forming a link between the Common Market and the Burstein; executive secretary.
Ben African nations. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais.
The charge that Erhard had moved out of his economics job. to Committee chairmen: Mrs. A.
form foreign policy and thus poach on Foreign Minister Schroder's Arthur Pekelner. program; Mn
preserve, was true, but only in the sense that it is now impossible to
separate the two. The Common Market in Europe today is in lact
a part of foreign policy, just as McNamara's military policy in Wash-
ington is part of foreign policy.
Anne S Melnick. arrangements:
. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. speakers;
Mrs. Milton S. Green, ticket-:
Peter F. Heller, public relations;
and Burnett Roth, honorary nom-
inations.
Committee members Mesdamo
. I Dorothy Krieger Fink. Rose K.ip
Ian. Lillian Stone. Anna Brenner
Meyers. Joseph Milton. Morns
Simon, Nan Cohen. Samuel S.
Goldberg. Ida Pushkin. Irwin Lis.-,
Philip Thau. Nathan T.arth. Man-
uel Burnstein, Mow Meyer, and
It should be cler that th stakes of the great German feud go be-
yond the German polities to European and world politics. When de
Gaulle, in his historic press conference, froze England out of the Com
mon Market and tried to freeze her out of Europe, he opened a Pan-
dora's box whose raging storms will not spend themselves for some
time
The Adenauer move against Erhard. in the letter exchange, is ir
fact a pro-de Gaulle move. For when and if Erhard succeeds Adenauer
he will in all probability swing German policyif it is not already t.o
late-baek to a larger concept ot Europe and the Common Market. ,la ^ ","*;.
hack to a strong NATO policy, and back to an orientation of Germany
toward America and Europe rather than toward Fiance.
I have not been to this rich economic area ot Germany >ince I
accompanied Adenauer and Willy Brandt m some of '.heir election cam-
paign, ng a year ago last fall. De>pite the -lowing of German econ-
omic growth all the smews Of economic Strength ..re evident, in air-
ports, factories, office buildings, shop window-.
The prize in Europe today is Wot Germany That is why France.
Britain and America are as involved in the Adcnauer-Erhard tend as
the principals themselves

The sad thing about Adenauer is that he is the head of only a care-
taker government todaya lame-duck governmentmarking time un-
til it can decentlv hand over the power. This galls the old man. who
loves power.
Erhard belongs to the classical tradition in both economics and
politics. He is the man most do-ely associated with the 'miracle of.
German recovery.'' as it was called before the French and Italians
showed it was European ratheT than German.
He believes in the economics of the free market, although his cur-
rent economic report shows some doubts. It was natural for him to
feel closeh knit to the European economic union which would remove
national barriers toward a larger market economy.
Erhard's politics are theretore also likely to be the politics oi
European union, a NATO multilateral force and an Atlantic all.
rather than the politics of a close alliance with France to form a
Franco German nuclear striking force.
e
The elements against Erhard are Adenauer, Foreign Minister
Schroder .who carried out the French alliance :r. the Paris Treaty .
and Mill >.! the business groups who see a better chance for German
economic power in the formation of a Franc -German heartland in
Europe than in the Common Market.
They are powerful elements, anddespite their reconciliation with
Francethey market a r.ew type of German nationalism.
Erhard has. however, two crucial weapons. One is the fact that
his enemies have no one to unite around as an alternative. Schroder
is -til! an unknown quantity, with few roots in popular accept.
And there is no one else, except possibly Hemnch von Brentaito him-
the leader of the Chns;ian Democrats in parliament, whom In-
party caucus ha- commissioned to propose the name of the next Chan-
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li Adenauer has veto power over the choice t as Brentar.o tirst
Bested only to be met by protests within his party i. then Erhard
is oat In that case Erhard may call upon his second weaponhis
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Mis. Burton B. Goldstein, president of Jewish Family and
Children's Service, Leon Fisher, executive director of the agen-
cy, and Mrs. Eugene Katz, reservations chairman of JFCS
Women's Committee, discuss the committee's Apr. 6 gala
moonlight cruise.
INVITATIONS IN THE MAIL
Angel Luncheon Will
Thank Council's Friends
JFCS Women
Plan Cruise
Tickets are now available for
the gala moonlight cruise and buf
fet supper to be sponsored by the
*Vomen s Committee of Jewish
Family and Children's Service on
Saturday, Apr. 6.
Guest- will hoard the MS Calyp-
so for an evening of entertain-
ment, dancing, and riverboal
games, and valuable prizes will be
offered. Reservations are being
taken h,v Mrs. Eugene Katz, 1524
Cecelia Ave.. Coral Gabli -
Proceeds from the affair will
be used by the Women's Commit-
tee in support of the establishment
of the Agency's residential group
treatment home for emotionally
disturbed children.
According to Leon Fisher, exec-
utive director, Jewish Family and
Children'- Service will be the
first in the South to offer this
type of professional facility.
At a "coffee" at the home of Mrs. Inez Krenzky, chairman c:
the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, cn-e
(left to riqht) Mrs. Richard Stone, Mrs. Howard Scharlin, anc
Mrs. Alan Sieqel. The function, for young matrons of the
Greater Miami Jewish community, featured a talk by Mrs
Krensky on the health, welfare, cultural and educational pre
grams of Federation, and on the responsibilities of resident -.
here to the 1963 CJA campaign.
Irritations to 725 members and
friends of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion. National Council of Jewish
en, to Councils fourth "Angel
Luncheon" are now in the mail.
Mr- Irving Ratner is reservations
rhai man for the event to be held
lay, Apr, 5. in the Sky Room
Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Ii Spirer, ways and
BB Girls Plan
Fashion Show
\ Mi Beautiful You" will be
he thi of the fashion show and
lemonstration on Sunday
Mar 31, -ponsored by
the \'ai 'Kith B'nai B'rith Girls.
Evi nl ill be held at the Knights
of 1 II i,i- Roosevelt Hall. 4601 W.
r St.
V ; Sophisticate fashions will
be modeled by members of the
i: Roberta Goldfarb, Shelia
Einhorn, Bonnie Silvers, Barbi
weinstein, Shelly Shaw, Judy Sup-
i Marilyn Kaplan, Marlyne
Schutzer, Lorraine F.ttinger. Jo
R ibler and Carol Weintraub.
.nil will be narrator.
\ demonstration, followed by a
< n and answer period on
ity problems and skin care will
en by Mrs. Anna Crook, na
ection manager of Beauty
lors Cosmetics.
idenl of the group Is Rober
Idfarb
means vice president, is general
chairman of the luncheon, given
annually for women who have
contributed S75 worth of merchan-
dise or hours of work in Council's
two Thrift Shops. 31fi N Miami
Ave.. and 5601 NW 7th Ave.
Mr- Raymond R. Rubin is sec-
tion president. Local Council
serves the visual-handicapped with
a bindery and braille library,
braille transcribing, braille educa-
tional aids, large-type transcrib-
ing, and teachers' aids.
In addition. Council volunteers
are engaged in working with deaf
children in schools here, with the
sick at Kendall Hospital, and sen-
ior citizens at Jewish Home for
the Aged and Malcolm Ross Da)
Center.
Council also gives four scholar-
ships a year to the University of
Miami and sends toys and educa-
tional aids to children in Israel.
n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
Feted at a shower recently was
future bride Brtnda Brody, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brody
Luncheon at the Doral Beach
Hotel was hosted by Nancy (Mrs.
Bennett) Feldman and Miss Joan
Kramer Guests included the
In ide-elect's mother, the prospec-
tive bridegroom's mother, Mrs.
Alfred Fisher, and the hostesses'
mothers, Mrs. Abe (Beryl) Schon-
field and Mrs. Sanford Kramer
. Joining in the festivities were
Nan (Mrs. David) Rich, Candace
Mrs. Sam) Gray, Mrs. Jack (Bar-
bara) Lear, Miss Donna Schon
feld, 'Miss Judy Kram-r. Mrs.
Harold (Shelia > Kassowitz, Miss
Willa Susskind, Miss Sara Fish
"" (sister of the future bride
groom) and Mrs. Irwin Lepsel<
ter, the bride's sister Brenda
Will become Mrs. Joseph Ki-her
on Mar. 30 at the Diplomat Coun-
try Club .
Leonore (Mrs. William) Wein
stock, who recently toured Carls-
bad Caverns National Park in
New Mexico, has some beautiful
pictures of the world's largest
known cave.
*
Houseguesting for the Pass-
over holidays. Tillie and Jacob
Eisenberg and their five-year-old
grandson from Monsy. N.Y., at
\he home of her sister. Erna, and
Sam Shachno, 4515 Sheridan Aye.
The former Juliette Schach
no, now Mrs. Schloimie Roth-
berg, of Brooklyn, added a
daughter. Leah, on Mar. 1 to
her family which includes Esth-
i r "> and ('?>,,va .
Under a pink and green tent.
Continued on P*g SB
th,
w
oman
'. li/orU
tjewislri Florxdian
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 22. 1963
Section E
fiflf tftf* A* -V
******
Tifereth Israe
Women's Fete
Regular meeting ol Tifareth Is-
rael Sisterhood will be held in the
social hall on Monday evening.
On Wednesday, the sisterhood
will sponsor a luncheon and card
par+v -t?-!jng at 11:30 a.m. in the
social hall.
Hostesses are Mrs. Lily Laster
and Mrs. Hedy Newman.
Women's committee reports on recent progress Hamerschlag, Ben (Anna Brenner) Meyers
of Kupat Holim, medical arm in Israel, at the Zeev Dover. Moshe Berman. Paul R. Gordor.
heme of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. Left to Jacob Rifkin, hostess, and Leon Kronish.
rkjht are Mesdames William Agranove. Trudy
Mrs. Grossinger
To be Hostess
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will
hostess at an ii a.m. membi
bring-a-member brunch for Gre '
er Miami Chapter. Women's 1
vision, American Society for Tec.i-
nion. en Wednesday at her hoir
5941 Pinetree Dr.
Program will be a discussion I
current Tecbnion topics by Mrs.
Dorothy Krelger Fink.
j., eh-i'-'i oi reservations is m -
Leo Rutstein. President is M -
Philip Thau.
Discussing plans for the donor luncheon of Anne Frank Chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith, are (left to right) Mrs. David Shwiller. presi-
dent; Mrs. Mary L. Siegendori, financial secretary; Mrs. Tena
B. Katz, founder president; and Mrs. David A. Hess, donor
chairman. The fourth annual luncheon will be held Tuesday
noon at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Featured will be awards
and a fashion show..
Rabbi Narot in Final Review
For the third and last book re-
view of the 1963 scries at Temple
Israel. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
review "As a Driven Leaf," a ro-
mantic novel of the Talmudic Age
by Milton Steinberg.
Scheduled for Tuesday evening,
' pr, 2. series ticket holders may
bring a guest to the lecture.
The -cries is sponsored by the
Temple Sisterhood, with the com-
mittee headed by Mrs. Jesse Cas-
selhoff and Mrs. Lewis Serbin:
Mr- Jesse Yolk, in charge of
tickets: Mr- Herbert Levy, pub-
licity; and Mrs. Sam Rabin, re
. i -hments
Women's Unit
Elects Officers
Guest speaker and installing of-
ficer at a luncheon on Monday lor
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes was
Rabbi Solomon Schili. spiritual
leader of Beth El Congregation.
New Sisterhood officers are Mr-
Anna Block, president; Mrs. Isa-
-iore Schwartz. Mrs. Rachel Sak i
witz and Mrs. Anna Cohen, vice
president; Mrs. I.la Ocks. corre-
ponding secretary; Mrs. Sarah
Stone, treasurer; Mrs. Bessie Per-
>onik, recording secretary; and
Mrs. Bessie Geltner, financial sec-
retary.
Delegate- to the Greater Miami
Cemetery A-sociation ;.re Hyman
p. Galoot. Mrs Samuel Gettner
and Nathan C.in.-burg.


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Friday, March 22, 1%--.
Beth Sholom Lists New Art Exhibit
The Beth Sholom Art Gallery., and Maro Ferrari.
4144 Chase Ave announces a new ^y^, on display will be "Voy-
exhibit. "The World of Small jaees from Troy." books by Ron-
Media." featuring works of Rich-1 aid Perry. WtK illustrations by
ard Mernck. Millicent Asher. Au i Laurence Donovan.
r.'rey Coruin. Laurence Donovan The show, on loan from the
Village Corner Art Gallery ,
Coral Gables, was to open with
preview on Thursday evening, m
will run through Apr. 19
Mrs. David Drucker is chair.
man of the Beth Sholom Art Coir.
mittee.
Southeast Region leaders of American Jewish Congress meet
to plan a community-wide reception for Dr. Joachim Prinz, na-
tional president of the organization, on Tuesday, Apr. 2, 8:30
p.m., at the Dupont Piaza Hotel. Seated (left to right; are Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, plannina committee chairman, Mrs.
Leon Kronish and Mrs. Stephen Cohen. Standing are Mrs.
Alfred Mamlet, president, Florida Women s Division, Mrs.
Bernard S. Mandler, and Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, national vice
president. Women's Division. Committee members (not shown;
are Mrs. Herman Feller, president, Louise Wise Chapter, Mrs.
Trudy Hamerschlcg, Mrs. Irving Kaplan, Mrs. Dav.a Muskat,
chairman, South Florida Council, and Mrs. Tobias Simon.
JWV Group Will Install Officers
West Miami Post and Auxiliary
223. Jewish War Veterans, will in-
stall officers lor 1963-64 on Thurs-
day evening, Mar. 28. at West Mi-
ami Town Hall.
Outgoing president. Mrs. Char-
lotte Beil. will present the gavel
to Mrs. Irving Koris. new presi-
dent. Former Commander George
Hornick will introduce his suc-
Other members of the slate for
the Auxiliary are Mrs. Joseph
Achtman. senior vice president,
and Mrs. Henry Noretsky, junior
vice president.
Officers who will serve the post
are Dr. Warren Zundell. senior
vice president; Bernard Cole #nd
Arthur Rosen, junior vice com-
manders.
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t'Jewist) ftnricifrun
Page 3-B
Hostess List Revealed for Anniversary;
Luncheon Planned by Hadassah Here
r
Howard Kane, it
K.tl II I .--' K
Killl, I llll iv Is"
n,
I njaniln
Kaplan,
lufinnn, Alex
Ilui ry l\i n.
; orothy Krieger Pink .
ch'air, of the llndassah-Israel
,-,h sary luncheon Apr. 4 al
,| n< -v Doral Beach Hotel, this
.uanced the list ot ho^l
esse the event.
,ion will not only mark
,, celebration of the 15th
V(.;1,- Urael's siatehood, but
. an opportunity to hon-
[,. ji. ah leaders who have
the forefront on behalf of
Hadas^i and Israel. To be hon
Mrs. Jack Katzman,
,,f the Womens Division
(or p.-. Bonds, who will receive
,1. Woman "f Valor Award; Mi-s
Lilliat >dman. president of the
Beach Chapter of Hadass-
Wrs. Spielberg at Helm
\, installed president. Mrs.
berg, "ill conduct the
of the Jewish War
North Shore Auxiliary.
iday evening at Wash
i ederal Savii'^s and Loan
Normandy Dr.
Hew"
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groups comprising the Miami
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event announced by Mrs Fink are:
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l.ri. .1..-. i.ti Amiic". Max AiiKrrnuui,
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kln I H, Ai nii-on, .1.....|ili .\-'n. He -i.
< "' h, Ji s, |>h Av rln.....k. navld
llaloKh, l.....ii.i. .1 llai r, \ i I..... Ii ,- n
Max BauiT, Darnel Beokeriuen, Ham-
in-1 l:. i i,. iin.in. Camtlle M llerir, II -
in.hi Berffacl, l>nvld llerger, Jayon
' knian, >loha,n liermnn, IjouI* Bern*
mIi In, Mull; Bei iiKteln, S lie HVii r.
In iw Btlll :, I- i.h Binder, Philip
i:.riii,.i.im. Jerry Blank, Bam Blank,
Benjii nln II um, IVI llutn r...rn- teln.
Samuel Bulway, l.ouln Bre If I anlel
Hiuad, Shi .'.ii'i i'.....I, Joseph Bur-
i 'ha i i lui linell .Mi uh ni C .--
-1. Mar > in i ;. .-I. Kim Ii r'u* lllh,
i.ti. Chnlken. charier Charcowaky,
w i 'ohen, Julia i 'oojM*r,
AIko MeKda I hui '"inn, Irving
S ill-..II I M\ IdKim, AI. \ Bel-
li. Jim henmark I'ln ra 1i I leu -
ii' i.. l a mi in l. Moi It l lolling! r,
s i i ivlix. Max t)i -i In-. I' inli I
Hulililn, Benjamin luiliron William
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Monaky, Marj Mulgenroth, Bmil Mor-
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JoHei.li Perlov, tlodfn Pern i. David
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l.im Poller, Sol I'i.-ii.. nr z. I>nvirl
l'on> Jack s Popli k, I lax i.i l'r..\ us,
Jack Ralilnowttch, Jacob Kachl.n. I
Ben lamln Rapnai i:. Mat llda Ratnei.
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"lian Rottenberg, ai.i ..li.. .n Rubin.
Harry Rubin, Ruymond Rubin, i...uis
Riidgen, Samuel /. Kakrafa, H'lttle
Shank, Irwln Shapiro, Joseph Shaw-
S;imii.-l T. Suptro.
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'Sistie' Awards Luncheon Brings Out 300;
Beth Sholom Women Honor Top Leaders
In "My Son, the Folk Singer," presented at the second an-
nual Sistie Awards luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, are (left to right) Mrs. Thomas Gerard, Mrs. Stanley
Arkin and Mrs. Norman Arkin, with Cantor David Conviser,
at the piano. Not shown is Mrs. Michael Meisel, another
member of the "chorus." Words of the parodies were written
by Mrs. Arkin and Cantor Conviser.
Guest Speaker At Beth David
Mrs. Seymour Mann will be
iuest speaker at Sisterhood Sab-
ath services on Friday evening
t Beth David Congregation.
Mrs. Mann is a former member
;f the Jewish Board of Guardians
f New York City, former vice
president of membership at Tem-
jle Sinai, Hollywood. Fla., a mem-
ier of the congregational board of
Temple Sinai, past president of
he Sisterhood there and, at pres-
ent, is chairman of the Florida
3ranch of the National Women's
Torah Fund.
Mrs. Louis Seitlin. president of
3eth David Sisterhood, will bring
meetings from the Sisterhood and
jitroduce the guest speaker.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
conduct the services, and Cantor
William W. Lipson will chant the
liturgical portion, assisted by the
choir under the direction of Al-
bert Sussman.
Program has been arranged by
these Primary Department teach-
ers: Mrs. Esther Lundblad, Mrs.
Sarah Parnes, who is also "Juda-
ism in the Home'* chairman, and
Mrs. Elsie Stiebel.
Bebe Idelson Chapter
Bebe Idelson Chapter of Pioneer
Women will have a luncheon and
card party on Wednesday noon at
the Bel Aire Hotel. Mrs. Rae
Weisberg is sponsoring the affair
in honor of outgoing treasurer.
Mrs. Sarah Bobier.
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From (ha tpoUtti kitchen* of Mother's Food Product!, Inc., Newark B, N.J,
Some 300 women attended the
"Sistie." Awards luneheon sponsor-'
ed for the second year by Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom on'
Wednesday in the Sisterhood
Lounge and Auditorium of the
Temple.
Women receiving "Sisties" in,
recognition of their work as lead-;
ers in Jewish communal activities
w ere:
Mn. Inex M. Kremky, Mt.j
Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary
past president, active in Greater.
Miami Jewish Federation, and a |
Sisterhood president;
Mrs. Charles Feinberg, lead-
er in Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Jewish Vocational Sir
vice, member of American Jewish
Congress national board, and host
vice president of Sisterhood;
Mrs. Leon j. eii, national
board. National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods, and host pres-
ident of Sisterhood;
Mrs. Aaron Farr, top posts
in National Council of Jewish
Women. Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and host Sisterhood
president;
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, na-
tional board of Brandci.s Women's
Committee, and a past vice presi-
dent ol Sisterhood:
Mrs. Morris Alpert, top ech-
elon in Iladassah. and host vice
pre-'ident of Sisterhood;
Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet, pres-
ident ot Women's Division, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, and host
president of Beth Sholom PTA; and
Mrs. Samuel Hirsch, presi-
dent of Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion PTA Council, and past presi-
dent of Beth Sholom PTA.
Mrs. Irving Westin, past vice
president of Sisterhood and a
leader of Hadassah.
Mrs. Leon Kronish. wife of the
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, received a "Sistie" for
her service to the Sisterhood for
the past 18 years.
Of the 30 women nominated for
'sisties" for, services rendered
Sisterhood during the past year,
the following nine were elected:
Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, past
president of Sisterhood. Mrs. Sam
Stein. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, Mrs.
Aaron If. Reder. Mrs. Seymour
Silverman, Mrs. Leon Levin, Mrs.
David Drucker, Mrs. Harold Gran-
otf and Mrs. Jerome Greene.
Guest speaker for the afternoon
was Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, vice
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and chairman
of its Community Planning Depart-
ment,
Musical program was presented
by the Temple's Cantor David
Conviser and Mrs David Drucker,
chairman of the Temple Art Com-
mittee Also, an original parodj
oi "My Son, the Folk Singer,"
highlighting Sisterhood services,
with Mrs. Norman Arkin. Mrs.
Stanley Arkin. Mrs Michael Mer-
sel and Mrs. Thomas Gerard, was
featured.
Lecture on Passover
Lecture by Rabbi Hcrshcl Brooks
for the adult education class
scheduled for Monday. 8 p.m., at
Temple Zainora will be "Customs
and Laws of Passover."
Serving on the luncheon commit
tee were Mrs. Jack B. Shapiro
and Mrs. Harry E. Wolk, co-
chairmen; Mrs. Meyer Don, pco
gram coordinator; Mrs. Philip
Davis and Mrs. Bennett Lee, tick
ets; Mrs. Samuel Stein and Mrs
J. Bernard Spector, in charge ot
the lunch.
Mrs. Louis F. Snetman is pres-
ident.
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decorated with a profusion of
ficus leaves and pink carnations,
Harry and Lillian Ross celebrat-
ed the Bas Mitzvah of daughter,
Stefanie, with a garden party at
their Coral Gables home .
Among the 150 guests dancing to
the music of Shop Barrish and
his orchestra were Mr. and Mrs.
William Klein and Martin Gold-
stein, of New York, two uncles
and an aunt of the celebrant .
Bas Mitzvah's father is an at-
torney, and Mrs. Ross is prin-
cipal of Temple Beth Am Reli-
gious School.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rothman
leaving next weekend for Bay-
side, N.Y., to attend the recep-
tion in honor of their daughter,
Carol Ellen, and her husband,
Steven L. Scharff Hosting the
festivities for the couple wed in
November are parents of the
bridegroom. Mr. a n d Mrs.
Charles Scharff .
Happy lamily reunion in the
offing for Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rob-
inson Leaving for New York
by Isabel Cy
to attend the Bar Mitzvah of
nephew Morris Ginsberg, grand-
son of the late Moses Ginsberg,
to be held on the 23rd of this
month .
Reversing the direction, visi-
tors from Massachusetts, Mrs.
Rose Glazerman, Mrs. Shirley
Wolfe, Louis Wolfe, Mrs. Henry
Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Is-
senberg and their three, Kent,
Dicki and Peter, here to attend
the. Bar Mitzvah this Saturday
morning ot Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Issenberg.
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Influx of vacationing students
beginning Among the first.
Sammy Miller, 1-1-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Miller..
spending his three wtek break
from Phillips Academy in And-
over. Mass., at his nome, 5939
La Gorce Lr. .
Same kind of activity at the
home of Evelyn and Ben Clein,
7475 SW 118th St. Son Bob-
by, sophomore at U of Georgia,
arrived on Friday, displayed
three medals won in the South-
east Conference Swimming Meet
rove
held in Atlanta, and made plans
to leave again on Sunday .
Other son, Michael, a senior at
Georgia Tech, put in an appear-
ance on Saturday with three TEP
brothers They're planning
to enjoy the sunshine here for a
week Michael, who will grad-
uate in December, will receive
his commission as a second lieu-
tenant and by January, 1964 will
be serving on active duty with
the Air Force Youngest
member of the Clein household.
5-year-old Patti, invited her
whole nursery school over to see
her brothers Sigh of relief
accompanied the news that they
couldn't all quite make it..
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Nina Bushcr, who dances un-
der the professional name of
Marianina, and is teaching the
dancing classes for Edith Zipp
at the Starlight Charm School,
was featured at the benefit ball
given for the James Archer
Smith Hospital last Saturday at
the Kings Bay Yacht and Coun-
try Club .
New Miami Beach residents.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kapcll, who
used to call Pass-A-Grille Beach
home," have already deserted
the area temporarily Leav-
ing from .New York for a sunv
mer abroad, they'll spend a
month in Israel and then ton;
the continent, returning to thi-
country in the fall Mr
Kapell is the sister of Dr. Abr
ham Woljson, ..director.of the St
noza Outdoor Forum.

Women's Council Sets Fund-Raiser Next Thursday
Greater Miami B"nai B'rith presidents of the chapters. > Wynne, and Mrs. Eugene Schncid-
Council of Women is having its Miss Edith Simmons is presi- ci man is in charge of posters,
annual fund raising affair on' dent of the Council. Publicity Is Trips to the Carnbbean Islands
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Thursday. Mar. 28. at Westbrooke
Country Club, 8500 SW 8th St.
A musical comedy, "A Funny
Thing Happened on the Way to
the Sixties," featuring songs and
dances from the Gay Nineties to
the present, written and directed
by Mrs. Marvin Schoenberg, pro-
gram vice president, will be prc-
ented.
Proceeds will go to the Leo N.
I.evi Hospital, Children's Home in
Israel, and the Veterans Hospital.
Over 2.000 women are repre-
sented by the nine participating
chapters which are Anne Frank,
Coral Gables, Eleanor Roosevelt.
Kmma Lazarus, Flamingo, Gilbert
Balkin, Miami, Sholem, and West
Miami.
The committee, headed by Miss
Edyth Fleischer, includes the nine
being handled by Mrs. Sheldon and Nassau will be given away.
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f lc* 9 FI Friday, March 22, 1963
Funds to Aid
Dental School
Alpha Omega Dental Auxiliary
is holding a White ElvPhanJ
Bazaar on Saturday night, Mar.
.11. Bl the Miami Beach YMIIA.
All funds raised will be used to
help build and maintain the fe-
ral li Dental School in Jerusalem.
Chairman "f the evert is Mrs
Hvmun Lcvine.
At an Cneg Sharbci !or Mrs. Moses P. Ep-
stein, natlonel Hadarsah wills and bequests
ckaiirr.cn, hosted by Miami and M'cmi Bscch
Chapters of Hcdassah at tthe Lido Spa are
upper row (ieft to right) Mrs. Sidney Longer,
Hcdassah Fassler, Evu M. Blum, and Seymour
Silverman. Lower row 'left to right i are Mrs.
Ben Zeigmund, Miss Liilian Goodman, Miami
Beach Chapter president, Mrs. Epstein, Mrs.
Morris Alpert, Florida Region wills and be-
quests chairman, Mrs. Irwin Liss, Florida Re-
a.c-n president, and Mrs. Joseph Milton, Mi-
ami Chapter president.
Miami Beach Hadassah Chapters Plan
Youth ASIyah Luncheons Here Monday
Miami Beach Chapters of Had-
assah will celebrate Youth Aliyah
projects with luncheons on Mun-
day, except where other dates are
indicated.
Eay Harbor will have lunch and
see a matinee performance of Jack
Carter in "A Thousand Clown-"
at the Coconut Grove Theatre.
Deborah will have a noon lunch-
eon in the Jade and French Rooms
of the Fontainebleau. Mrs. Charles
Gertler is chairman, and highlight
of the afternoon will be a youth
program, with Miss Trudy Gert-
ler, I9f>2 Florida State champion.
Dramatic Interpretation Class,
and David Tanner, soloist.
Esther Group will have a Youth
Aliyah luncheon at the Deauville
Hotel, with a musical program to
follow.

I. R. Goodman meeting at the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., held Wednesday, fea-
tured Mrs. Arthur Pekelner in a
review of "Ca^t a Giant Shadow."
Herzl Grcjo plans a Youth
Aliyah afternoon at the home of
a Herzl member.
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Emma Lazerus will have a noon
luncheon at the Barcelona Hotel.
Morton Towers Group plans a
.Youth Aliyah luncheon at the Ron-
ej Plaza, Hotel at noon. Program
will have Olga Pavlove. soloist,
and guesl speaker. Rabbi Samuel
April.
Harna Senesch luncheon will be
Bt noon in the Pompeii Room ol
the Eden Roc Hotel. Joe Mich-
aels and Gil Mars, baritone, will
perform.^

Shaloma luncheon will be at
noon at the Eden Roc Hotel. Rab-
bi Alexander S. Gross, principal
of the Hebrew Academy, will ad-
dress the group. Michl Gibson.
soloist, with Miss Esther Barret,
pianist, will entertain.
* *
Henrietta Siold luncheon will be
In the Rubiyat Room at the Al-'
giers Hotel at noon Hattie Wag-;
per. contralto. Elmer Hosony, \ i<>-
linist. Olga Bibor Stern, piano ac-
companist, and Rabbi Morns Skop,
guest speaker, will be on the pro-
gram.
Stephen S. Wise luncheon is
slated for the Barcelona Hotel at
noon. A skit. '-The Three Red
Heads." will be presented.
Israeli luncheon is set for the
Algiers Hotel. Miss Carol Dunn,
soprano, will present a program,
and the Kindergarten Class of
Temple Emanu-El will give a
Sabbath service under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Leo Brandeis.
Flamingo Chapter
Donor Luncheon
Flamingo C h a p t e r, National
Children's Cardiac Hospital, is
having its annual donor pledge
luncheon on Wednesday In the Con-
quistador Room of the Doral
Country Club, 4400 NW 87th Ave
Highlight ol the day will be Ihe
presentation of a check to the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital.
Albert Rubenstein, liaison
of the board of governors of the
pital, will accept.
A fashion show by Hartleys
will be modeled by member- ol
Flamingo Chapter
Event is chaired bj Mrs Irving
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CRYSTAL ROOM OF THE LOMBARDY HOTEL
RESERVATIONS NOW BEiNG ACCEPTED EOR 9-DAY PERIOD-3 M-ols Daily.
SPECIAL PR'CE FOR EARLY PASSOVER RESERVATIONS
Under Strict Rnbbinieal Supervision.
OUTSTANDING CANTOR WILL OFFICIATE AT SEDERS.
r CATERERS UN 6-7761
CoarMTs?g*ar SAND-ELL
Sunshine Chapter
To Host Officers
Slate of officers nominated for
the coming year will be presented
at the next meeting of B"nai B'rith
Women, Sunshine Chapter, sched-
uled for Tuesday, 1 p.m.. at Con-
gress Bowl, 1650 NE 124th St.
Entertainment will be humorous
reading from Yiddish novels by
Mrs. Harry Kurland. Chairman is
Mrs, Florence Bernstein.
On Wednesday noon, the chap-
ter's fourth annual donor luncheon
will be held at the Americana
Hotel.
Mrs. Milton Weinberg and Mrs.
Jack Goldberg are in charge ol
reservations.
CORAL REEF HOTEL
ON OCEAN 36th & COLLiNS AVE.
Give Mother or Wife a -Treat to a Traditional
PASSOYFR DINNER
RATE'S FOR MEALS ONLY -
FIRST 2 SEDERS
$15
PER
PERSON
COMPLETE 8 DAYS $45 Per Person
(Includes: Dinner, Breakfast & Brunch)
ROOMS ONLY $5 Daily and up, per person, double
For Reservations Call JE 8-8631
SYNAGOGUE ON PREMISES
Library Group
Seeking Support
j_ Surf-Bal-Bay Library group held
' a general membership meeting
' last Thursday to select a nominat-
ing committee, and map plans for
giving community support to the
new library serving the Tri-City
area.
Heading the hostesses was Mrs.
Harry Linsky, 1160 103rd St.
Mrs. Pat Bromberg was in
charge of entertainment, and
Judge Theodore Nelson spoke on
1 "The Community LibraryA Liv-
ing Force."
President, Mrs. William Max-
I well, and treasurer. Mrs Frieda
Levine, presented a reading of the
i chapter by-laws.
STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant
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CANTOR
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OFFICIATING
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PREf-ENTS
Passover Seders
IN THE GRAND BALLROOM
Sponfo'cd by
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MIAMI BEACH
Conducted by
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ CANTOR EDWARD I
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2nd SEDER, Tuesday, April 9 SI2.50 per person
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Young Israel
Women's Function
Young Israel Sisterhood will
hold a "Bagel-and-Lox" night thi-
Saturday evening in the Temple
social hall.
Chairing the evening are Mrs.
Robert Finkelstein and Mrs. Ben
Fishbein. Mrs. Ben Lerrer is
president.
Temple Judea Brotherhood
Temple Judea Brotherhood open-
ing meeting on Tuesday evening
in the Temple will highlight a film
and commentary on Community
and Air DefenseSec-one's for Sur-
vival." by T. P. Pope, courtesy of
the Bell Telephone and Telegraph
Co
Installation Set
At T Sunday
First annual installation dance
ol the Yourg Adult Singles Group
ol Miami YM11A Branch will be
held on Sunday evening in the
auditorium of the "Y" at 450 SW
16th Ave.
Dancing will be lo the music of
a live band. Newly-elected of-
ficers and board of the group will
be introduced at the affair.
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Participating in charter presentation cere-
monies of Aviva Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
11 Beth David Auditorium are standing (left to
right i Mrs. Alfred Stone, Greater Miami co-
ordinator; Mrs. Samuel Herman, vice presi-
dent; Rabbi Norman N. Shapiio, guest speak-
er; Mrs. Abraham Barlean, social secretary;
Mrs. Nathan Pomerantz, chairman, dime bank
home boxes. Seated (left to right) are Mrs.
Fred Rosenzweig, treasurer; Mrs. Isaac Ber-
lin, chairman of the afternoon; Mrs. Nathan
Zeichner, president; and Mrs. Max Sternstein,
vice president.
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.More than 700 delegates will
gather in Minneapolis this Sunday
for the five-day convention of the
National Council of Jewish Worn-,
en Highlighting the biennial con-
clave, which marks the 70th an-,
niver.-ary of the educational and,
service organization, will be ad-,
dresses by U.S. Senators Hubert j
H Humphrey and Eugene Mc-:
Carthy.
Issues affecting the future of
lewish life at home and abroad
will be pinpointed in the presi-
dential report of Mrs. Charles
Hymes, of Minneapolis, as well as
in speeches by Dr. Judah J. Sha-
piro, secretary of the National
Foundation for Jewish Culture,
and Meir Shapira Israeli educa-
tor.
Sen. Humphrey, who is chair-
man o< the disarmament subcom-
mittee of the Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee, will speak at
1 the opening- session on prospects
for a test ban treaty, and the role
of American Jewish women in
, this nation's etforts to achieve dis-
armament.
Another national figure to ad-
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Guest speaker will be Ralph
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Entertainment will feature Bill
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Program will also include Zev
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Friday. March 22. 1963
jar Tod Aronovitx
Bar Mitzvah of Tod N. Arono-^
tz will be celebrated on Satur-
.y morning. Mar. 23. in the main
nctuary of Beth David Congre-
. :tion. with Rabbi Norman N.
lapiro officiating.
Tod is an eighth grade student I
Shenandoah Junioc High, and
I outside recreations include,
imrning and baseball.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney'
-" onovitz, the celebrant's father
City Commissioner of Miamr. A
rmer president of Beth David,
is now serving on the board
trustees
Following Friday evening and
t .turday morning services, the
U Mitzvah will be honored by
* s parents at the Oneg Shabbat
d Kiddush.
* *
Mark Issenberg
3eth Torah Congregation will be'
e site of the Bar Mitzvah of1
ark Issenberg during services1
. inducted by Rabbi Max A. Lip-'
hitz on Saturday morning, Mar.
::
Mark is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
iseph [isenberg, 855 NE 178th
r.
A student at North Miami Beach
inior High, the celebrant be-
ngs to the Greater Miami Jew-
h Community Center and to
"i >ung Judaea.
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Robert Dein
iobert Dein will be Bar Mitz-
h on Saturday morning. Mar. 23.
iring services conducted by Dr.
ving Lehrman at Temple Eman-
1 El.
A seventh grade student at Ida
i Fisher Junior High, the cele-
ant is the son of Morris Dein
id Mrs. Louis Kaltner.
A reception Saturday evening at
e Famous Restaurant will honor
e Bar Mitzvah.
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Stuart Cohan
3ar Mitzvah of Stuart Cohen
ill be observed on Saturday,
far. 23, during services at Is-
alite Center. Rabbi Morton
3 alavsky will officiate.
The celebrant is a student at
the Center's Religious School.
Following the ceremony, Mr.
nd Mrs. Paul Cohen, 2796 SW
84th Ct., will honor their son at!
Kiddush in the Social Hall.
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Howard Weisenthal
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offic
le at the Bar Mitzvah of How-
ard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
'Veisenthal on Saturday morning,
lar. 23. at Temple Emanu-El.
Howard is a seventh grade stu
i ent at Nautilus Junior High and
ays in the school band. His
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other recreations include baseball,
swimming, model building and
stamp-collecting.
A reception at the celebrant's
home will follow the ceremony.
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Brian Abratn
Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs Mar-
tin Abrams, 3511 SW 19th Ter.. will
be Bar Mitzvah during services
Saturday. Mar. 23. 5:45 p.m.. at
Israelite Center. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky will officiate.
The celebrant is a student at the
Center's Religious School.
Allen Lippman
Saturday morning services. Mar.
23. conducted by Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz at Congregation' Yehud-
ah Moshe will include the Bar
Mitzvah of Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Lippman
Robert Dein
I Allen is a seventh grade student
at Norland Junior High.
Alan 'Freeman
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will of
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Al
^an Freeman during services Sat-
! urday morning, Mar. 23. at Temple
Beth Am.
The celebrant is the son of Mr.
, and Mrs. Jules Freeman, 12600 SW
i 71st Ave., and grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Teitch.
Richard Krissct
Joy lacobton
He is an eighth grade student
at Palmetto Junior High and plays
clarinet in the concert band.
A reception in his honor will be
held at the Deauville Hotel on
Saturday evening.
Joy Jacobson
Joy, daughter of Mr. and Mr-.
Irving Jacobson, will be Bus Mitz-
vah during late Friday evening
service's, Mar. 22, at Beth Kodesta
Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate.
The celebrant is a student a-
Shenandoah Junior High. He
father is president of Beth Kode>
Congregation.

Charles Saffor
Saturday morning services cor.
ducted bv Rabbi Tibor Stern ;r
Temple Beth Jacob on Mar 23
will include Bar Mitzvan obsert
ance of Charles Saffer.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saffer
844 Jefferson Ave., the celebrant
is a student at Ida M. Fisher Ju
nior High and plays trumpet i
i the school band.
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Richard Krissel
Richard Krissel, son ot Mrs
Mildred Krissel and Mr. Irving
Krissel. was feted at the home ol
his mother's parents. Mr. and Mr.
Samuel R. Goldsmith, Atlanti
Beach, L.I., following his Ba
Mitzvah observance.
A Miami Beach resident. Mrs
Krissel is group sales director o!
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fo*V 5fer/i Ce/r7//e$ Seashore Products as Kosher
Seaihon Food Products, one ol
Miami's outstanding manufactur-
ers of kosher foods, is announcing
the nppoinment of' Rabbi Tibor
Stern a- director of kashruih fur
Its ntire plant.
I accepting the appointment.
Rabbi Stern revealed that Sea
shore has been operating unde*
his strici personal lupervislon
Feb. 21.
Seashore also announced the ad-
i of a new line of specialties
tu its already well-known and well-
. libhed variety of products.
Seashore is the only plant
soutt, of Baltimore that locally
procktes such items as pickles,
krairt, tomatoes, peppers, horse-
rad:sf, russell, borscht, egg
borttht, pickled beets, and shav.
To this line of food products,
hich has already received gen-
i rous public acceptance, and is
stocked by all the major super-
markets and food departments and
-lor- h in South Florida, is now
hcing added these new Seashore
hose popularity will quick
l> match Seashore's pioneer line
, ., __. institutions, declares that "similar great progress here. Harry Kap
: mtzes, knisnes. potato salad. ., ....... _
slaw herring salad and iesPnst' ls "> evidence among chuk recalls that not ~o long ago.
lie pudding. Specialist food housewives They feel that Sea- there were only a handful ot wide-
ult.mt to Seashore on these shore foods rival and outdo grand- ly-accepted items in the Seashore
ucts is Mrs. Fannie Mendel- mother's old and tested recipes." line. Today, we are proud of our
long prominent in the food In-
dustry here, who now occupies a
1 post in Seashore's modern
lens.
- isnore Food Products. Inc.,
been in business for more than
years here, and its new plant
Ipa-locka, covering more than
and a half acres, and incor-
porating some 35.000 sq. ft., has
I" in operation some two and a
half years.
Founder of the firm is Harry
K,-pcr.uk. Together with his
brother, Marty Kapchuk, they
operate and maintain personal
supervision over the well-estab-
lished recipes and formulas,
which have a longtime accept-
ance among hotel owners and
institutional users of Seashore
foods.
and delicacies." adding that they
can be found in homes as farthing
as Miami, California, Detroit,
Houston, Washington, DC. New
Jersey, and Kansas City.
In announcing the appointment
of Rabbi Stern as director of
kashruth at Seashore, the firm re-
veals that all its products will be
prepared and manufactured in
strict accordance with dietary
laws and requirements. Seashore's
Kosher for Passover products are
pickles, kraut, tomatoes, peppers.
Horseradish, russell. borscht, egg
borscht. pickled beets, shav, cole
salw and potato salad.
MRS. OSCAR ROStNTHAl
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, in charge of Kashruth, inspects Sea-
shore products with Harry Kapchuk.
Summing up their decade ol ever 37 outstanding food products} scloncc and religion.
Newly-Created Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel
Medallion of Honor Goes to Mrs Weinkle
But in taking over supervision
at Seashore, Rabbi Stern em-
phasized that all Seashore's foods,
both the new and old lines, are
otherwise kosher the year-round.
Rabbi Stern said that all pro-
ducts are taste-tested by expert
fcod chemists. Many formulas
and their quality control are
worked out in cooperation with
chemists from the University of
Miami and Cornell University.
Rabbi Stern, spiritual leader ol! ho Beth Jacob Congregation, is a reel Mrs. Rosenthal who is also a
ognized authority in Talmudic law i past president of Chai Chapter,
ond the author of many works on B'nai B'rith Women, has dedicat-
es subject. He is also a spec-led over 10 years to the goal ol
ialist in the field of kashruth. He the establishment of a Sephardic
is now engaged in the writing ol Temple in this area
n projected ten-volume work or, The Sephardic Center is at 6-ti
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
Sephardic Women
Honor President
The Sephardic Sisterhood of
Greater Miami recently placed a
plaque in the Sephardic Jewish
Center in honor of Mrs. Oscar
Rosenthal, now serving her fourth
year as president of the Sister-
PALMER FLAYER NICKLAUS- CASPER
LITTLER MAXWELL RODGERS RAGAN
Trie
Presentation of the newly-insti- hoi of the spirit of the late Eleanor
tuted national Eleanor Roosevelt- Roosevelt."
Israel Medallion of Honor will Elliott Roosevelt, second son of
highlight Greater Miami's ecle- the late President and Mrs Roose-
hration of Israel's 15th anniver- velt. and other members of the
sary. family "ill be present to make the
Mrs. Carl Weinkle has been award,
named to be the first recipient of The dinner will be a highlight of
the sward I Greater Miami's celebration of
The .Eleanor Rocw.lt-Ijr.el ^H"*?^ Mi
Medallion of Honor will be pre-! Samuel Fr.edland Greater Mi-
scnted to Mrs. Weinkle at the Is- ami chairman of Israel Bonds
rael Independence Day Dinner to hailed the selection.of Mrs. Carl
be held Sunday evening. Apr. 28. Wetakto "for this high honor as
at the Fontainebleau Hotel under a tribute to her and to the entire
Kapchuk brothers point < -- ;"- ~z. l-nmmimlfv
u-ith pride to the fact that these auspices of the Israel Bond Or-1 community,
large operators of restaurants and Sanitation.
dining rooms declare Seashore! Mrs. Weinkle was selected to
products to be "as good as those be the first woman in the nation
thai come from our own kitch to receive the award "in recogni-
([.." tion of her service to Israel in the
Marty Kapchuk, who is in charge first 15 years of statehoodscr-
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by Hal Pearl
Golf's Big Week: Since last
onday. the Blue Course al Doral
.is been playing hosl to the na-
. on's top pros and amateurs.
The Doral Invitational, now in
.s second year, has lured the
est swingers anywhere to vie
jir the $50,000 in prize money.
ie winning pro takes home $9.-
. JO. It's a nice week's pay even
3 r a movie star.
Frank Strafaci. who is a mem
r of one of America's golfing
: -t families, and has won a num
-r of amateur golfdom's top
ties in the more than 30 years
He's been a nationally known
me in fairway circles, is di-
rector of the Doral tournament.
7 rank has done a superman job
] beating the drums and pro-
ofing this big-time golf show.
."t promises to be a whopping
'. ccess after an inauspicious
art last March.
The 72-hole tourney, which
cot under way Thursday, will
-/ind up on Sunday. You still
Have plenty of time to see the
nost exciting part of the show,
he final 36 holes, when the real
rction and thrills mount right
.p to the last hole of the last
cay's shooting.
Prices have been reduced for
.e Doral links spectacular. Tick-
- s for each round can be bought
. the clubhouse or at local
sorting establishments.
Grab the family and spend the
ay on the Doral Blue Course.
'. ou'll learn a lot from watching
ich outstanding players as Ar-
jld Palmer. Gary Player, Jack
icklaus and last year's Doral
inner, Billy Casper, plus doz-
- is more of the best swingers
the world.
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easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocosts only
bout ISc per servingl
my Davis continues his engage-
ment al ithe Fontainebleau La
Ronde through Thursday. Mar.
28. The supper club will
close until Apr. 11, when Abbe
Lane and Xavier Cugat ope;i.
The Deauville Casanova Room
features the baritone voice of
Robert Goulet through Sunday-
night. On Monday. Pearl Bailey
and company will make her lirst
appearance at the 67th St. and
Collins hostelry.
The Eden Roc Cafe Pompeii
spotlights two fast-rising young-
sters in the world of entertain-
ment. They are Sergio Fran-
chi and Barbara Streisand.
Franchi, only in this country
since October, already has
been featured at Carnegie Hall
and the Ed Sullivan Show
three times. He came here di-
rectly from a four-week en-
gagement at the N.Y. Waldorf-
Astoria. Miss Streisand, just
turned 20, was an unknown
until her appearance in "I Can
Get it for You Wholesale" on
Broadway last year.
Since then she has really mov-
ed fast, appearing at the Blue
Angel and Bon Soir in New
York.
The Diplomat Cafe Cristal
blacks out until the first week
in April, when it reopens with
Allen Sherman, who has soared
to national entertainment renown
thiough a best-selling LP album
called "My Son. The Folk Sing-
er." Its fantastic sales record
has been followed by a second
LP titled. "My Son. The Cele-
brity." A rotund, bouncy guy
who loves to entertain his friends
at parties. Sherman's best-sell
ing album was recorded at a
Hollywood party session
Stage ar.i Scree~t: With inter
pl "rowing by leans and bounds
in th6 local premiere Of "David
and Lisa." the Wometco man-
agement booked the year's "SOT;
prise" movie into the Carib.
where it will run in conjunction
with the Mayfair. Sunset and
Parkway. The offbeat story of
two teen-agers who, though
mentally disturbed, fall in love,
introduces two young players
who never appeared on the
screen until their "big breaks"
in this picture.
The Normandie will hold over
"DivorceItalian Style." which
continues to do big business.
"The Son of Flubber." the com-
edy hit. will remain at the Mi-
ami, Miracle and 163rd St. Thea-
tres.
Herman Yablakoff and Bella
Mysell, along with Rivka Rub-
in and Isidore Lipinsky, are
starring in a limited engage-
ment of the Yiddish musical.
"My Son and I," at the DiLido
Hr-tel off-Broadway Theatre,
from Friday, Mar.. 22, through
MoncViy, Mar. 25, and well
worth seeing. Prices are rea-
sonable, and performances are
nightly, starting at 9 p.m.
One of Broadway's all time
long-run hits. "Abie's Irish
Rose." brought up to date, will
have its premiere at the DiLido
Theatre starting Friday. Mar.
29. Tickets are now on sale in
the hotel lobby.
Freddy Martin's dance orches-
tra continues as the feature of
the Starlight Roof supper club
in the Doral Beach Hotel. Add-
ed are the Magi Violins of Mex-
ico.
Les Dudec's string ensemble,
featuring the golden tones of
Floria Blake, are the popular
musical attractions in the elegant
Mona Lisa Room of the Eden
Roc. Saturday night. Luis Va
rona's Latin rhythms for dancing
are an extra added feature.
* *
Both Sides of the Bay: Great-
er Miami Jewish Community
Center will have a reception and
dinner Apr. 7 at the Playhouse,
Miami Springs Villas. Emanuel
Tropp. associate director of the
Center, is in charge of arrange-
ments.
Richard Tucker, leading tenor
of the Metropolitan Opera Com-
pany and universally considered
the world's foremost cantor, will
conduct the Passover Seder ser-
vices in the Deauville Hotel's
Grand Ballroom Apr. 8 and 9.
There will be two services, one
on each indicated date. First
Seder will begin at 7 p.m., Mon-
day, Apr. 8; second at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Apr. 9.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Eva M. Blum should be on "What's My Line?" No one would be-
lieve that this little sweet-faced woman, after the death of her hus-
band, actively managed a twenty-live chair barber shop on 14th St.,
back of the White House in Washington, D.C. Six years ago she re-
tiredit took a fractured spine to do it and to send her to Miami.
She was born in Riga. Her father, a veteran of the Russian-Tur-
kish war, owned a tea-house there. He felt the revolution fermenting,
sp he took his eight sons and three daughters
and left by boat on the river Dewan to the
Baltic Sea. They finally arrived in the U.S.,
and settled in Washington. Eva, then about
thirteen, loved the freedom of the United
Statesno fear of pogroms, no insults, and
it was thrilling to come and go without fear.
Good in languages, she went to night school
to get a better understanding of English. She
worked hard at her education, learning by
doing. She got a job as a cashier and book-
keeper, and worked until she met her future
husband, Michael.
They eloped when she was seventeen, and
he two years older. They were forgiven by
the family and lived in Cleveland, where their
two daughters were born. Eleanor is mar-
ried to Vlademir Sokolof, and they live in Phil-
adelphia, where they are a duo piano team on
the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music.
They have two daughters, Laurie and Cathie. Their other daughter,
Jean, is married to Henry J. Cohen, who is in charge of a broadcasting
station in Washington. They have-two children, Michael and Darlene.
As a youngster, Eva was taught about Zionism by her Orthodox par-
ents. She grew up having as her goal a homeland in Palestine for the
Jews. Arriving here in a wheel chair, she settled in North Miami
Even when flat on her back, she sold over $250,000 in Israel Bonds for
Hadassah. She adapted her business techniques to fund-raising in I
Youth Aliyah. Presently, she's president of Haiuia Scnesch Group of'
Hadassah. Eva also was president of Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith and is now counselor and trustee. In additon, she has been ac-
tive in American Jewish Congress, among others. Eva likes to sing,
write skits, direct, raise funds, and do just about everything that brings
her in contact with people.
Even though Eva is affiliated wtih different organizations, she's
not just a "belonger." All of her life, she has been a "doer," and she
still is. More power to Eva.
* *
THEY CAME FROM ATLANTA
Janice and Gerald Ghertner flew in from Atlanta to host the 75th
birthday party of Janice's father, Harry Magid. Her mother, Ann, did
the inviting of all of their closest friends and relatives. The party
was set at the Bonfire Restaurant. Effie Platolf read an original poem
in honor of Harry, which was all about his wife, Ann. A champagne
toast delighted Harry's baby sister, Jeanettc Good, who looking very-
glamorous in black chiffon, and was also celebrating her birthday.
Among guests were May and Al Sandier, Bertha and Maurice Marcus,
Bessie and Morris Rubin, Rose and Sam Ginsburg, Mrs. Molly Mancil,
Mrs. Dorothy Ginsburg, Myra and Aaron Farr, the Sam Fains, the Har-
ry Frankels, and the three great-grandncphews, David Selib. Harry
Goldman, and Harvey Farr.
* *
YOU GOTTA HAVE MAZEL
Bertha Renzeler has mazel, all rightalso seven grandchildren
and ten a half great grandchildren. Dotty and Leon Kaplan and Lee
and Betty Singer and the out-of-town son and daughter, Dr. and Mrs.
Harry G. Rinzler, Mrs. A. C. Leibovitz and a niece, Mrs. Macy Gordon,
of Passaic, N.J., all got together to give Bertha an 80th birthday party
that she will never forget. It was at the Lucerne Hotel, and they ail
enjoyed the show, "You Gotta Have Mazel." The birthday girl was
all in blue, with a big white orchid that her newest married grand-1
children, Rita and Edwin Ginsburg, sent from Gainesville. It was
not possible for all the grandchildren to be presentjust Linda and
Dick Brickman and one great-grandchild, Stanley Kaplan. Bertha is
still wide-eyed over .all the calls and cards that seemed never to stop
coming.
*
MONDAY NIGHTS ARE INFORMAL
The moon was big and round and golden. Hattie and Sam Fried-
land planned it that way so that their guests having cocktails and hor
d'oeuvres on the terrace could enjoy the view of the moonlit golf
course. Dinner was in the new Presidential Room in the Diplomat
Country Club. Shaggy white mums made attractive centerpieces on
the tables for eight, high-lighting the red decor. Among guests were
Bea and Sam Blank, Bertha and Leonard Abess, Aaron and Marcie Kan-
ner, Bea and Morris Lapidus, Byrtha and Dave Phillips. Ruth and Max
Orovitz. Mynette and Otto Bresky, Claire and Art Rosichan, Sylvia and
Sydney Lefcourt. Millicent and Herbert Tennebom, Marcella and Arthur
Ungar, Martha and Stanley Myers, Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Margie and Irv Cowan, Mollie and Dan Ruskin, and Dr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman.
* *
BATTING A THOUSAND LAUGHS CLOWNS PEOPLE
the show was good at the Coconut Grove Playhouse; the luncheon
and style show in the Playhouse Restaurant first was fun, too. There
were several luncheons at Wednesday's matinee. One of the largest
was given by Mrs. Louis Bernstein, from Portland, Ore., who is visit
ing her daughter. Brenda (Mrs. Bob) Shapiro. Among guests were
Mrs. Jerry Goodman, Mrs. Jack Rubin, Mrs. Burt Friedman, Mrs.
Maurice Furman and Mrs. Samuel Weissel. Out in the lobby. Florence
(Mrs. Albert) Pick was chatting with Julia Nicholas. Spotted in the
laughing audience were Mrs. Alyce Pincus and Mrs. Adelma Hellman.
Bess (Mrs. Louis) Glasser and Sara (Mrs. Charles) Fruchman were
practically on the stagetheir seats were in the orchestra pit.
Double Betrothal,
Double Wedding
On Their Agenda
A double engagement and plans
for a double wedding in August
are being announced this week by
Mr. and Mrs. George Kopp, 580
SW 44th PL
Daughter Suzan Irma Kopp is
betrothed to Mark William Hersh-
dorfer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Hershdorfer. 296 NW 109th St.
Daughter Janet Ilcnc Kopp will
be the bride of Michael Stephen
Brown, son of Adolph Brown, 203
Viscaya Avc., Coral Gables.
Suzan is a graduate of Miami
Senior High and was a member of
BZB B'nai B'rith Girls. She at-
tended the Universities of Florida
and Miami, where she majored in
elementary education. Formerly
with Temple Emanu-El as secre-
tary to the executive director, at
present she is employed by Lucaya
Construction Co.. Ltd.
Mark is a graduate of Madison
High, Brooklyn, and Adelphi Col-
MISS CAROL ANN SMITH
Carpel, Reed
Plan for July
Mi>s Susan Lou Carpel ar.d Bert
H. Reed Jr.. are planning to be
married os July 28.
Announcement of the betrothal
is made by the future bride's par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Carpel,
of 122 E. San Marion Dr.
The prospective bridegroom IS
the son of Dr. and Mrs B. H. Reed
ST., of Tauhton, Mass.
California Girl
Plans Rites With
Paul Whitebrook
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hilton
Smith, of Salinas. Calif., have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Carol Ann Smith.
to Paul Allen Whitebrook, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. White-
brook. of Hibiscus Island, Miami
Beach.
The future bridegroom is affil-
iated with Alpha Epsilon Pi and
Alpha Delta Sigma, national hon-
orary advertising fraternity. He
is the brother of Miss Nan White
brook, a senior at New York Uni-
versity, and the grandson of Mrs.
J. L. Schermtfr. of Seattle, Wash .
and Mr. Henry Weissenbach. of
New York Cify.
The bride-to-be was graduated
from Stanford University after at-
tending the University of Call
fornia at Santa Barbara for tun J
years. 9- *
Miss-Smith has been doing grad-
uate work at the University of
California at L< Angeles Her
great-grandparents. Mr. and Mrs,
Jacob Clausen, v. ere pioneers in
the Salinas Valley.
Following their June 8 wedding
in Salinas, they will make then-
home in Miami, where Mr. White
brook will continue his studies ll
the University of Miami.
Eleanor Roosevelt Unit Nominations
Agenda for the Eleanor Roose
veil Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women
meeting on Wednesday evening at
the Tastee Inn included nomi-
nation of new officers.
Entertainment was provided by
the ,B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion which presented a skit.
Election of the new slate will be
held on Apr. IT. with installation
ceremony slated for May 15.
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lege, L.I. Active in the Black-
friars Guild, he had many roles in
off-Broadway productions, and re-
ceived his master's degree from
Boston University. He is a former
drama teacher in the New York
City school system, and was with
United Jewish Appeal as a field
representative. He is a partner in
Southeast Drug and Cosmetics
Co.
Janet is a graduate of Miami
Senior High and was a member of
Sigma Delta Phi Council of the
YMHA. She attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, and is currently
attending the University of Miami,
majoring in elementary education.
Michael graduated from Coral
Gables Senior High and attended
the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Alpha Epsil-
on Phi social fraternity and I'lii
Eta Sigma honorary.
He graduated from the Univer-
sity of Miami School of Business,
magna cum laude, and is present-
ly a graduate assistant at the Uni-
versity of Miami. He is a mem-
ber of Beta Alpha Psi, accounting
fraternity; Phi Kappa Phi. honor-
ary; Graduate Business Society;
and Beta Gamma Sigma, national
business honorary fraternity.
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the ehoice of Mrs. Robert Bell.
Of iced green sherbert color, it
was banded in iced blue and had
U>0 blue encircling the waist.
Mrs. Murray Greene's dress
featured a decollete V neckline
-JB.lwUL.te atf #. f,S''j} J
crepe, it was printed in gold,
orange and green, and was drap-
ed into the neckline and molded
slightly over the hips into a
sheath skirt.
KJ>
BETH Torah Congregation spon-
sored its annual "Shower of
Stars" Sunday evening. Held m
die North Miami Beach Auditor-
ium, members and their guests
filled the large room. Wife of
hi. Mrs. Max Lipschitz,
chose an electric blue silk satin
theatre ensemble with matching
it i
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rs,
in
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te-
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Laurence Brant wore a
white brocade sheath with a
waist-length fitted
jacket The neckline of her
as cut in a high straight
i narrow shoulder straps
the line, A black Bilk
11 tilt, with godet type iii-
the hem giving it a low
as the choice of Mrs
Leb ller bodice was
her neckline was a
1 Mis. Konald Friedel
an avacado green silk
v ith a self-fabric rosette
al the waist. Her skirt was soft-
i :ed into lullness.
k and white blended into
i was worn by Mrs. Nath-
an Roblnowitz. Her two-piece
Jn si featured a short bolero
jacket with jet buttons. Her
Miss Sherry Robmo-
witz, wore a black silk shantung
>h away collar. The Rabbi's moth-
er, Mrs. M. Lipschitz, chose a
floral print of bines, wine and
charcoal. Her silk sheath had
a scooped neckline and matching
jacket.

IkJRS. Martin Hochman chose
the popular "A" silhouette
in a suede dress. Of French
blue, it featured large diamond-
shaped inserts of emerald green
on each side. Sleeveless and
high necked, it simply skimmed
the figure. Mrs. Arthur Snyder
wore a nile green silk shantung.
The one piece dress had a two
piece effect created with a mod-
ified peplum extending Just be
low the waistline. Her skirt tap
ered into the "A" line.' Mrs.
Adrian Kaufman also wore the
same silhouette in a two-piece
silk print of blue flowers on a
field of green foliage.
Mrs. Irving Newman'a ? two-
piece white wool boucle was top-
ped with a penche cape of wool
in oversize gold and white checks.
Mrs. Hyman Rottenberg wore
a turquoise flecked suit with a
matching colored blouse of crepe.
The blouse had a deep V neck-
line draped in a full manner. A
frosty-looking silk sheath was
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lower than the waistline, which
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A blue and green abstract silk i
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Periwinkle blue and white
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oversized white pearl buttons.
Blue and white was also the
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A white arnyl and cotton with a
pleated skirt was topped with a
double-breasted jacket in blue
and white checks. The jack-
et featured a deep V neckline ex-
posing the jewel neckline of her
dress.
Sweet Sixteen
For Miss Sandier
A sweet sixteen celebration is
the occasion for a luncheon hon-
oring Miss Sherry Sandier in the
Empire Room of the Eden Roc
Hotel on Saturday.
Hosting the festivities will be
Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Sandier, par-
ents of the birthday deb.
Joining 60 fellow students from
Miami Beach High will be the
honoree's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Engelberg and Simon
Sandier, her maternal great-grand-
mother, Mrs. Lena Kurtz, uncle.
Philip Engelberg, and a cousin,
Miss Bea Kalstein.
Navy School
Assigns Halpert
Barry Stuart Halpert, 20, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol "Buddy"" Hal-
perl. 918 Manati Ave.. Coral
Gables, will be graduated Apr. 2
from the Gnat Lakes Naval Train-
ing Center Journalist School in
North Chicago. III.
The llalpcrls received word this
week that Barry had satisfactor-
ily completed courses in public
relations, radio, and television
script writing.
Following his graduation, Barry
will be transferred for 18 months
oi service in Norfolk, Va.
MISS SHERRY SANDIER
MRS. STEVEN SCHARfF
Rothmans Tell
Carol's Marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rothman,
6141 SW 64th PL, So. Miami, an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter. Carol Ellen, to Steven
L. Scharff on Nov. 17, 1962.
Parents of the bridegroom. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Scharff, will hon-
or the couple at a reception in
their home in Bayside, N.Y., on
Mar. 31.
Women's Division
Meets Wednesday
Women's Division Chamber of
Commerce. Surfside. Bal Harbour,
Bay Harbor Islands, will meet
Wednesday noon at the Singapore
Hotel.
Card games will follow the bus-
iness agenda, conducted by Mrs.
Milton Levinson, president.
The organization is sponsoring a
First-Aid class every Tuesday
evening at Surfside Town Hall
under the leadership of Amcncai
Red Cross instructors.
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Men's Club Will
Hear Executive
Men-.- Club of Be* David Con-
gregation will bold Us r<
monthly .meeting Tuesday evening.
Principal guest <-t tho evening
will b' Gerrard Berman, i the
National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs, and national secre
aiy ot the United Synagogues of
America.
A >ocial hour will fol'-ow the
meeting. Louis Seitlin is dub
president.
Dado Educators
At Camp Osceola
Two Dade County educators
have purchased Camp Osceola at
Horse Show. N.C. They are Alan
l.von, principal of Cutler Ridge
Elementary school, and Erwin
Marshall, of Carol City Elemen
tary.
Marshall received both his un-
dergraduate and Mast< r's le(
from the Universitj ol Miami. 11.
, and Profession.. Joun-, kin Dr. Irving Uhrman. and Jack f%^g?% ,
n^KrtT-ns^WertdTy SsSorln8 committee Includes dale Element.* School in 1949.
;l/; | i the organization's Mr. acd Mrs. William Agranove, He was later selected to teach
third Seder celcbra Mr. and Mrs. Sidnej D. Ansin, Mr. at Dade Demonstration School,
rating the 15th an and Mrs William Bornstein, Mr. and became the first male class-
: the State of Israel. and Mrs Joseph Cohen. Julius E rocm teacher at West Laboratory
I.scussing the programs of the Business and Professional
Council for Kupat Holim. Israel's medical arm. are (left to
' r ant) Aaron Glazarov. Jacob Riikin. at whose home the meet-
.:'q was held. Jack S. Popick, and Paul R. Gordon.
Plans Finalized for Third Seder Here;
Ambassador Comay to be Guest Speaker
Friday, March 22. 1963
Opti-Mrs. Club
Assists School
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
held a luncheon meeting on Tues-
day a.1 the Barcelona Hotel,
A financial report on tht> dinner
dance held lest week was given
Mrs. Murray Sonnett is piv-i
dent of the club.
..
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Rieardo Moran. former Havana
banker and attorney, has -been
named a vice president ol Flag
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Pioneers to Fete
Jacob Huberts
guest of honor. Charles Hall, Mrs. Gertruoe Ham Marshall served as principal oi
,,med honorary chairman last erschlag, Mr and Mrs Max Hecht. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
- Miami philanthropist Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ka'/man. Mr for live years, and at present is
communal worker Jack A. and Mrs, Moe Levin, Mr. and a teacher and department head at
,or cSman ol'the third Mrs. Sam Lachman. Dr. and Mrs Temple Beth Am. He directed the
r js Mr- Anna Brenner Mev- Milton Lubarr, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Flagler-Granada Summer Day
Honorary co-chairmen are Merwitar. Dr. and Mrs. Julian Camp for four years, and super-
bhi Leon Kroni-h. Jacob Kit- Rickles. Mr and Mrs. Seymour vised all teen-age activities there
Rubin, Mr. and Mr- Harry Sim ----------------------
onhoff, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Qnef|i J0JnS
\\ eitz.
Executive director of the coun- SHOTCS OffiCO
cil is Moshe Berman. The third
L incheon on Wednesday norm at Seder celebration will assist the
-, Star Restaurant, sponsored by I establishment of a Kupat lloiim
Iter Women Club 2. will honor: Medical Center in the Negev ot
an' Mrs Jacob Hubert for J Israel.
Itstanding dedication and con- ----------------------
lUons to the children's '"'""KyoLpaw. Tpttfhor
. teael." according to Mrs. PieDreW leOMCr
Liftman, president. Weds Israeli
secretary i and counsel until c.i>
tro took over Cuba- bank- and
utilities in I960
Moran had been actively iden-
tified with Chamber of Com-
merce affairs in Cuba. For
many years, he was secretary
and general counsel for the
Chamber of Commerce of the
Republic of Cuba. In addition,
he served as treasurer and vice
president of the Joint Commit-
tee of Economic Corporation of
Cuba.
He was vice president of La
associated with the Miami Beach I ubana Compania Nacional de-
office as an ac- Seguros, one of the oldest and
count executive, best-known insurance companies
Dooley said in Cuba, and was counsel for the
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-'"""* Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual
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1104 LINCOLN ROAD
. Miami beach
9473 HARDING AVENUE
SURFSIDE
HABERDASHERY
38fh Year on Miami Beach
1 ISRAEL BONDS
pleted his train-
ing at the New
i office oi
Merrill I. y n c h
bi is a reg-
istered rep
oi I i I
Nev York Stock
ONETT Exchar. :e a n d
musical poruons <>i me liturgy. lni, National Associ lion ol Secur
{. Mrs. Marjorie .Brown offered a ities Dealers.
* musical program, accompanied bj
< the Bernard Zyss orchestra. The
j conductor is the bride's son.
The new Mrs Klein is a mem-
I her of the Hebrew faculty at Tcm-
' pie Zion. Mr. Klein has recently
arrived here from Israel.
Guests at the ceremony includ-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the governmentalactivities and sen
! Bureau of Jewish Education; Dr.' cd as president ol the Delta
' and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, con-'. Tlieta Phi Fratern.ty.
' snltant to the Bureau; Mr. and1
Mrs. Zvi Bcrger. assistant Bureau Board E/eCfion Sunday
director; Habbi and Mrs. Shimon
mmmmsammmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmiimmKwmmm**
rive 7"Tcor" Wh"' a RnillMi'an i; Rn--i-r- c~- r'-'- :--
Onett is a graduate oi the I ii
versity ol Pittsburgh and the i
verslty of Miami School ol !.
He is married to native Fl ridian
M a r ;: a r e 1 Scln.ei r, ai d ;1'.''
Onetts have five children. David
15, Dale 12. Linda in. Christian ;..
and Michael 1 month.
He has been active in civic ami
WILL PAY CASH
FOR
ALL ISSUES
Write M. H. N.
Box 2973
Main Postoffice
Miami 1, Florida
', Azulay, president of the Hebrew
Teachers Alliance.
Also present were members of
During a regular congregational
meeting at Temple Sinai on Sun-
day evening, main business con-
the executive board and other ducted will be election of board
teachers at Temple Zion. I of trustees.
SENIOR CITIZENS
BOARDING HOME
MEALS, NURSE, HOME-LIKE.
PHONE 635-0035
CANTOR-BAAL KOREH
AND EXPERT TEACHER.
V/ILL ACCEPT FOR SEDORIM
Will go any place. Reasonable.
Call evening or early morning
Ph. 633-9869
BRAGER & COMPANY, INC.
60 Wall Street New York City
SECURITIES UNDERWRITINGS
Announces the Opening of a
Southeast Branch Office
at
407 Lincoln Road
Mami Beach, Florida
SHIRLEY KAY ROCKLIN
Area Representative
JE 2-3348
Specialists in Israeli Investments
Stocks & Bonds
Branches in all principal cities
fcLtCT Haul j. Onc-ill
FOR STATE LEGISLATURE
O'NEILL FEELS IT'S TIME WE HAVE A TWO PARTY
SYSTEM IN FLORIDA, WHICH WILL BRING
BETTER GOVERNMENT TO ALL.
O'lVEfU Favors Repeal of fntangible Tax
MEDICARE at Slate level Control for Young ani Old
No Sales Tax on Foods or Drugs
DEMOCRATS and REPUBLICANS CAN VOTE for
PAUL J. O'NEILL
THE VOTE IS COUNTY WIDE MARCH 26th
PULL LEVER 4-B
(Mrs. O'Neill is daughter of Arthur Stern, District
Committeeman, who lives in Morton Towers.) n Pot Adv.
*\
BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER
____CONVALESCENT HOME___
NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED Y TOUR COMMUNITY
Under Strict Supervision ot the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth ot Florida
Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ever, Director
24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL
ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS
MODCRN EQUIPMENT & fUSNISHINGS FIREPROOF BUILDING
310 Collins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach


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!.
Friday. March 22, 1963
*JmM nhrMt&n
Pag 1S-Z
Polling Tuesday to Decide Winners
Democrats and Republicans willicrat; Paul J. O'Neill, Republican, ocrat; Rov A MacDonald Rcpub-
Vie fur the 12 new Dade County I Group 6Murray Dubbin, Dem- lican
seats in the Florida House of Rep-1 ocrat; Muriel C. McKay, Repub-
i.xniatives and the one new seat! lican.
in the Senate as a result of the i Group 7Mrs. Mary Ann Mac-
recent reapportionment when Kenzie, Democrat; William M.
goes to the polls Manker, Republican.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Greater Miami
on Tuesday.
In the race for the Senate, the
Democrats will pit George L.
Ilnllahan against Charles P. Eng-
lish for the Republicans.
In the contests for the House,
opposing candidates arc as fol-
low s:
Group 1David Eldredgc. Dem-
ocrat; Jay McOlon, Republican.
Group 4Lee Weissenborn, Dem-
ocrat; Elwood T. Lippincott, Re-
publican.
Group 5Leo Furlong, Demo-
Group 14Mrs. Maxine Baker,
Democrat; Richard B. Berndt, Re-
publican.
Group 8Richard A. Pcttigrew,
Democrat; Phil Chafetz, Republi-
can.
Group 9Eddie Gong, Demo-
crat; Bob Rosasco, Republican.
Group 10Jesse Yarborough.
Democrat; Tex Copulos. Republi
can.
Group 11Tom Spencer, Demo-
crat; Frank Hileman. Republican.
Group 12Richard Fincher.
Democrat; Mathew M. Slepin, Re-
publican.
Group 13Louis Wolfson, Dem-
Beach Realtor
Passes at 52
Miami Beach realtor and attorn-i
i j. Irving Hoffman, 52, died Mar.
15. He lived at 690 So. Shore Dr.
\ candidate in the recent legis-
lative race, Hoffman came to Mi-
ami Beach from New York 12
years ago.
A former special Deputy At-
torney General, he was a mem-
ber of Knights of Pythias, Jew-
ish War Veterans, B'nai B'rith,,
life member of Optimists, and
had been chairman of the arbi-
tration and grievance board of
the Board of Realtors.
Surviving are his wife, Pearl,
and a sister. Mrs. Gertrude Cohen,
Services were held in Far Rock-
away, N.Y.. with Riverside Mem-
orial Chapels in charge locally.
O'Neill in Group 5
Paul J. O'Neill is a Republican
candidate in Group 5 in Tuesday's
election. O'Neill was with the
FBI in enemy alien activities in
1939. until he was commissioned
, in the U.S. Navy. He served two
years in the Pacific Theater as
Intelligence and Operations Of-
1 ficer. He is at present assistant
manager of Hayden Stone's Miami
investment banking office.
Mrs. McKay on Ballot
Muriel C. McKay is running in
Croup ti in Tuesday's election.
A bttsincsswon^an, Mrs. McKay
is a price economist and part
owner of two businesses. She is a
graduate of Smith College, Bos-
ton University Graduate School of
Business Administration, -a GOP
State Committeewoman. and a
past president of the Dade Coun-
ty Federation of GOP Women.
She is also affiliated with League
of Women Voters and American
Assn. of University Women.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 3CO0
AI >A BRENNER,
Plaintiff,
LEGAL NOTICE
SHERMAN
Mils syi.via. nge 57, of "'' SW
.-i riii .1 Slur. I v She en ma
jt years ..S" from Pough-
ila i! \ i\ Ina aro her hus-
.-., il i .. in, Meyer; a daugh-
M Marlon Kats: three l>i -
II. I>, II.ill v \\ --. Pittsburgh,
I |. ..I \V Iss, N w York
. .. 1 \\ .i- I..- Angeles,
,.| fi grandchildren.
wet, m.i r 20 in hirdon
i i i |o with Interment In
N. i (. im ; i The family
kIm donations to Nation: I
. n i 'ard .i Home.
I,
arv
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2904
MARCELLA CORELLA QUINX,
Plaintiff,
\s
WII.I.1K IJIINN".
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VOl", WILLIE QCINN. II""
Box .'!".. Vm.....'ity, Mississippi.
ii..mi. to serv. a copy of your an-
swer i" Divorce Complaint flleil
against you on Plaintiffs attorney,
IIROROE M> 'I I'H. AS. 613 N.W. 12th
Avenue, Miami ''. Florida, and file
original with Clerk ..f this Court on
..i- before April 3*rd, I96J, otherwise
complain! will be confessed by you.
Dated March l, 1963
B. fl LBATHERMAN, Clerlt
I'ii.-.lit Court, Dade County, Horida
laenl) ls C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
:i gJ-JS, l
IIENJA.M1 N BXENNER,
I lefendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
in BENJAMIN I RENNER
Moo East Mount Pleasant Avenue
I'll Ma di Iphla, I', tins) Ivanl i
Von are her< bj notlfleil i hat h Hill
ol Complaint for Divorce lias been
filed against you, and you are re-
pilred i" .-. v......|>} ol your An-
-.. r or Pleading t the Bill of Com-
plaint "ii the P'alntlffs Attorneys,
Tallanoff, Waller .v Lltni:*n, ISO Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach,
HI i he "i initial Vnswcr or I'leudl is
ii, Hi.....'fi.-.....' Hi- Clerk of the Clr-
uil Court "ii or before the 2nd day
M r..;;'.. If 5 ..ii mil il" s",
Indgni. at bj default will be taken
against von for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE \ND ORDERKD HI Miami,
; lorlda, iiii- 20th day of Murch, 1963.
i: II I.EATHEKMAN, Clerk
Circuit i '".in. Dude C.....ity, Florida
,.-.al) By: 1. SNEBDBN
l puty i "l. rk
Tallanoff, Waller & Litman
\i i..i n. \ h for Plaintiff
il'" Lincoln lid.. Miami Beach, Fin.
i;, ,.r-_, .i. Tallanoff
:'. 25-29, I 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. S8665-C
IN RE: Estate "f
MARGARET M. HAl.l.KY.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To mi Creditor! and All Peraona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired m present any claims and de-
mands w'ir.,-li you may have agalnal
the estate of MARUAKET M. HAL-
[LEY deceased lata of Dade County,
Florida, to the County .Indues of
I Dade County, and file tin- sams in
I their offices in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, with-
in sis calendar months from the date
I of tb,- first publication hereof, or tin
same will l. ban d.
, MARION TBM\A, Executrix "f
the Estate of Margaret M. Halley,
deceased.
Attorneys
2101 Wost Flagl. r Street
Miami. Florida
:: 22-29. I 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58918A
IN RE Bstate of
HARRY N SCHWARTZ a k a
HARRY SCHWARTE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Kstnt< :
You are hereby notified and re-
|i ii. .1 t" present am claims and de-
mands which \ "ii may have against
the estate ( HARRY N. SCHWARTZ
a ;, ., HARRY SCHWARTZ deceased
late "f I hide County, h lorlda, to the
County Judges of Bade County, and
tile tin- .-am. in duplicate ami as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
iti a, m their offices In ili<- 'ounty
Courthous. In Dada County, Florida,
within -i\ calendar i.....iths from the
time of tin- first publication hereof,
or lb.- same "ill I"- barn d.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES ti
Iths undersigned, desiring to mirage
busins under the fictitious mine
CORONA DO STUDIOS at 1071 N.
79th Street, Miami, Florida intends
I register said name witli the Clerk
Uii Circuit t'.'irt "I Dads Com..
Florida.
SINCO CORPORATION
By: I-red L. Singer, President
Attest: II..viaid .1. lUchman, Secret
Street, I Irei nfleld A: I- urnian
By: Jack A. l-'tnman
Attorneys for Hlnco Corporation
a Florida corporation,
d.b a ruroiiailo KlUdlos
J/22-29, I
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C5IVEN tl
Ilia and. reigned, desiring i" engage
iii-iii.ss under ths fictitious name
MORTUAHE COMPUTIXH CENT1
at 210(1 West Kiigler Street, Mlai
iiiirb- County, Florida Intends to r. .
i ter -aid name itb the Clerk of t
Circuit Court of Dade County, FV.rb
THE ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTIN
CENTER, INC.
By: l iii v Id L I'erlmnn, Presldi nt
Attest: Irving (loldateln, Becretai
Ar..n..\ ii/.. sii%er .v Rcher
Attnrne) for The Klectronle
Accounting ii'* r, Inc.
''."T Ainsl. v Bulldius
Miami :.'. Florida
:l 22-29, ".
I >at< d at Miami. Florida, thli IS b and
dnj il March, A.I). I93.
PEARL SCHWARTZ
.\s i-:.\.. uti i\
I'irsl publication "f ibis n.di......n
I- lorlda and I Hie 22nd da> "i March, 1963.
SIMON, HAYS A ORl'NDWERG
Attornej for Exit utrlx
:i"l Ainsl. v Bldg., Miami 32, Florida
:: 22-29, I 5-1::
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58717A
IN HE: Estate "i
NATHAN ALEX VNDER
I lecensed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II.
ing Claims or Demands Against &
Estate:
^",,ll are hi reby notified and r
111i- < I., present any claims and <
man.is which you mas have again
the estati of NATHAN ALENAND1
deceased late ..f Dade ''.a...... Fl< -
Ida. to the County Judges of Do
County, and file tb,- same. In dupllci
:. i i
TEITLER
>i
I- VI "'UK.
ii VI
it's B~. ir.-iii
ivas ..
vi\ ins are f i v
1 II. ini.in
\l tai hi Si. in
:, Miss
SW 1 .lb
He eanu hen
\. w York Cltj
nl Ti mpie /a n.
\i .i... h
,1 Miami. and
.,t.i i
T. Il
r:
thai and slsti i II I-'."
- i ndchlldi en u lid ..... -* I
II Ii lnlil Ser\ Ices v> 'I
irdon Funeral Home with in-
mi nl .'i M ............
side '
G E I S iVI A R, S leg ft 11
ltd., dli Mi
.'.n.ili. O., w l i. It
h irge Ii '
FELOSCHUH, L>. 1 of l05 '
ii ( a dli i < i "i
lER, Harry, 1217 'olllns Ave..
. Mar 10. Blank,
arkin, Abraham, 69, of 1327 West
\ \ died, New man
CARF.NKEL. I ling, 8R, of :''.". Mlch-
LVe dli I Mar, l lln i
nl Rue
|< ., ,-,i M Itiw -i "
"UREWITZ, Nal "f I768l BM
w. died Mar. 9. Gordon.
sMAN. Han 67, of hum SW
li i:d di. .1 Mi r, 9. lordon.
peinstein, !. 3, .''"" Harding
died Mui 10. Riverside.
RLOEN, 1 ddoi '. il I KW ll'li
si il ed M.i lordon,
SCHIN'MEL. Samuel, 72, ol 715 Hu-
i 1 Ave., till I Mar. 9. Rlvi I
SlLBERFARB, I-a 'id. T^. of 715 Bu-
: l am- lied Mar l. Riverside.
zelman. Herman, 73, of Tim Hard-
im M. i i I .Mar. ',i. I'.iN. rsldi
Z MMERMAN. Mrs Annlta, <<<. ol
Mayo St.. Hollywood, died
Mar. 10. Rivet
DALEO. An..... "8, of 1450 NE Ki'th
St., iiii-d Mar !'. Beyer.
JACOBY, .Mrs. Doroth) A 59, "f BIS
Malaga, Coral Oables, died Mar. .
Rli ersldo.
Leopold. Charles a.. 75, "f 1s"1
M-: iiwtb St., died Mar. I. Blaa-
berg-Newman.
SHINDERMAN, Sidney l>. "'-. "f WO
Nt st.. died Mar. 9, Newman.
trohn. Benjamin a., 69, "f MO NE
I29th St., di.d Mar. V. Riverside.
waas, Leo, 77, ..f ISO] Jefferson
Ave. di.d Mar. 9. Riverside.
WEISSBERGER, Milton, 57, of 445
W 12nd St., died. Blasberg-New-
inan.
corman, Samuel, 68, of 1210 7th
si died Mar. 7. Riverside.
GINSBERG. Mrs. Anna. 63, "f 8341
Allison Rd di. d Mar. 7. Rlv< rslde
Herman. Stanlev, s. 60, 7i". Euclid
Ave., died Mar. :. Riverside.
garretson. Miss Marlon i:. "'i, of
515 NIC Ulst Si., di.d Mar. 6, Rlv-
side
Orleans, Anton, Jr., 7t, MM Plna
Tree Dr., di.d Mar 8, Riverslds
vvertheimer, John B M, <>f ii'"i>
98th St., died Mar. 3. Rlvi raids.
PONDFIELD. Mrs. ltosc. t>4. New-
man.
ESKIN. Mrs. n.atnc.-. It, of 17291
"B uii pi., di.d Mai', i i..-.I.
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 10684B
JACKSON'S DISi HINT CORP
a Klotldi.....rporatlon
I'laint iff.
vs.
Hi ii iSKVELT WARE,
I lefendoiit.
NOT C.F OF PUBLICATION
TO R" ..-I'.VKl.T WARE
\ w .sib Street
Miami, i- loi Ida
you are herebj notified thai an
Vci.......f Replevin has been filed
..:.,m-t you, and you arc required to
,.,,, i ,.| \,\ of your Answer or Pli ad-
Ins i the v, tlon of Replevin "ii th
Attorneys, SIIKVIN. HOOD-
MAN Si HOLTZMAN, 346 s. yl...Id
ituiiil m mil 32, Fli -ida. and rile
he "ii-mal Answer or Pleading n
I,, iin., ,,f the t'lerk of the Small
i ,- ..ii ..I before the 19th
Vplil, 1963, at !...... A XI
, ,., ,| .. tdgmi nl bj default
n-i you for H
. uided ." the Action ol Ri
.....
This notice h : .....Ilshed once
each nseCUtlve week!
, THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS ii" band and the seal ot
i- n Ids i ild rt In P
yinml, Florida, this l-ili daj '
,;;- .
tl. .1 P lit VS. C'l K
Small ''; i of I 'ada
i ...mi v. Fl ii Ida
(seal) By: IS VBEI.LE MARLOW
D ity i "Ii rk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2S03
DAVID O. THOMAS,
Plaintiff,
i.i d:i:i t v B thi i.MAS,
Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
Viir, LORKTTA E. THOMAS, 213
William Street, Orange. New Jersey,
ire hereby notified i" serve it uopj "t
vnnr answer t" s Complaint for dl-
lorce filed against you by David (>
Thomas, "ii plaintiffs attorne> Clnude
M Harms. :'.:; Calumet Bldg., Miami.
I......i or before April '-'-'. 1963, and
file ib. original with the clerk "f the
above Court, otherwise n Decree Pro
Cnnfesso, will i" i ntered against you.
Dated March 15, 1963
E, II. I.K M'HBRMAN, Cli rk
Circuit i "ourt, i nde Counts, i
Hi : r I'. COPELAND
i.. puty "It rk
.: 22-29, I 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious name
... SAV-ON PRINTING A OFFICE
si'l'l'l.Y intend t" register said
name with the Clerk "f the Circuit
Court of Had,- County, Florida.
WILLIAM S. BCHANTZ
SARAH GOLDMAN
li.irlll. i B
3 22, 29, I ". 12
provided in Section 733.
Florida Statutes, in their offices
ii, County Courfnoum In Dade Cou
ty, : iol i la, it )>iii six i-al.-m1
months front the time of the first pu
llcatlon hereof, oi the same will
barred.
Dated III .Miami. Florida, this
das "i Match, A.D.
JERRY ALEXANDER
HERMAN ALEXANDER
SAM ALEXVNDER
A- Executors of Estate of Natfc
Alexander. 1 N censed.
First publication of tiii- notice
tile Mb day of March, 1963.
Myi I-. ii. inian. Kaplan ,\ Catsman
By: Louis Heiinan
Attorn. \ s for Exi eutors
1150 8.W. 1st Street, Miami. Fla.
8/8-15-22-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that
tb, undersigned, desiring t" engage
in basin,-- under the fictitious name
of CROSSWAY A1R1HIRT INN, at
iv..i N.W. 12nd Avenue, Miami, Flor-
!?,, '."hV^lerV0 oTSTciiSiM Kurt lfred
of I mtie County, Florida.
MIAMI AIRPORT MOTEL CO.,
A Florida corporation
Bs Maria Seeve, President
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58667 B
IN RE: Bstat.....
ALONZO i:ii.i;v
1 icc-as.-.I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H
inc Claims or Demands Against s_
Estate:
You are hereby notified and
SAMl'EL W. SHAPIRI I
Attorney for Applicant
15, :'-'. 29, I
!9, I 12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
TLORICA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2802
CARID VR Ala NSO Ki>MBOSCH,
Plain) ff,
vs.
II VNS KOMBOSCH,
Defendant, -
ORDER TO APPEAR
VI d', II \NS KOMBI ISCH, ml Bush
si,-,-,a. San Francisco, Calif., are
hereby notified t" serve a copj o)
your answer to a Complaint ror di-
vorce filed against you py Cnndai
Moil-.. Kombos.li, on idaintllf- St-
tomes '-land.- M Barnes. 203 lu-
me) Bldg., Miami. Fla.. and file the
original thereof with the Clerk of tn-
above Court on or before April JJwi,
IMS, otherwlm n .....n t i"" confesso
will I.....tit.red against you.
Dated March IS, 1963
i: H LEATHERM \N. > lerk
Circuit Court, Dade Coiintj i ; Ida
laeal) By: C P. COPELAND
""'......,erst/2J-29, I/B-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY Gl\ EN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
In business under the fictitious name
ol ALLIED HOTEL. M I PL->
1649 N W 3
i, ads to register said name
i'i,.,i( of the Circuit Lour)
Count). I l"i ala. ,.,,,..,
PABLO PEREZ
sole owner
OEOROE E. BARKET, E
Att.itin > for owner .......
at
ln-
witb the
,.t Dade
i-:., LI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2883
i til ,E \ in. JR., as Admin . \ ernns Vffnli an l ifflcer of the
i-nit,.! Stilt. v ca. .'i"' M*
ich office, and his or
Igns.
Plaintiff,
, i; ijjc, 'i RCHERT ami I.YD1A
-,l ri r.i RT, h fe, t I nl,
I', i. .id.mi-. _
NOTICE OF SUIT
ro I K VNCISCI I Itl'BERT and
I YDIA VI RPUERT. his
Ing, ini ding an) unknown
i I :, n,I.mis If tb. >
have r. marri. il, t If di id. their un-
inown h. rs, di i ant. -
III n I
.,n i nil other persons Hindi
through, un .r
'. ndnnts, a di m ati
"VOC \KI' HfcftEBY NOTIHF
:, -., has in en btii ight gainst > t
1,, I s ULEASON, IR ss Vdmlii
Istintot nl \ ii '" Vfl an
,.,.. ,,r the I'.nt, d Stati -
anil bis sin cessoi 111 h "
nig .a their assigns, t" foreel
mortgage encun berlng t!" i"11
described pro|ierty, to-wu.
Lots 17 and is. in Block ol NOR I H
, MLVER CREST, aclordlng f the
plat thereof, reeordad In Plat Hook
17. at page tl, "f the public records
..f' l lade County, Florida.
'and you an- required t" file yonr an-
swer wiih the Clerk "f the < Ircult
Court of Dade County, Florida, at the.
Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on or
before April 2J. 1968, and to serve a
coin of such answer upon MVKl.s.
HEIMAN, KAPLAN & CATSMAN,
I'laintift's attorness, w bos. address is
Eleven-Fifty Building, 11*0 s w First
s;r, I Miami 36, I lorlda, "H or be-
t.....aid date, as required by the
laws of Florida. If you fail to do so,
the ...oipiaiai will be taken as con-
fe-sed hv von and a i lecree Pro I on-
,,.-.,, iii be nt- d against you foi
the relief demanded In the complaint.
I \TEI' this 1Mb ^i of March, I.....:
!:. It, LBATHERMAN, Cli k
Clrcuil Court, I Wde 'ountj. i- lOrida
laeal) Bj : C P. C( il'KI.ANn
l ., puty 'lerk
Mj, rs, il. in;,n. Kaplan a Catsman
Kbveii-I- Ifts B illdlng
1150 s \v. lii -t street
Miami 36, Florida ( ._|0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious nami ol
PERSONNEL PROGRAMS a) 990 S W.
l.-t s':.. Miami. Fla., Intends i" reg-
ister said name w itll tile Cli I 1< "I the
Clrcuil Courl m I ade Counts, f loi Ida
Joseph M Slegel, a
Pi ufi --i.ni.li Service "oi |H>ral Ion
Bj : Joseph M. Slegel, Pn -
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
i lerslgne.l, di siring to i nguge
in business under the I Houn name
,.< VIRI-ORT LA NEK, ill 1251 N.W.
1Mb. Sir. t. Miami, Florida, Intends
;,, ,-, (ti, ti naiil name with the Clerk
f ii,.. circuit Courl of Dade County,
V RNTKRTAINMBNT CORP..
., Fli Ida corporation
r,\ Ham Seeve, President
KAMI El. W SH MM".!
Attorney for applicant..........
liiand- which you may hav. agaii
the estate ..f Alonco Rlley deceas
late "f Dade County, Florida, to t:
County Judges of Dade County, a
fi!.- the same In duplicate and aa pr -
.ii,.I in Section 733.16, Florida Btt -
utes, in their offices In the Cout -'
Courthouse In Dade County, Florid
within -is calendar months from t
time of the first publication here
or tb. same will be bailed.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2!
day "i Februaryi A.D. 1963.
CL m:i: E. i'.ii.i'.y
\- i5xi utrlx
Myers, Helman, Kaplan ,v Catsman
1150 S.W, 1st Sir. it
Miami 36, Florida
Attornes for Exi cuti i\
3/1-S-If
IN
IN"
Ii
IV-
mi
r a,
and
.-. a
w Inj;
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CII7CUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 62C-9026 (Dekle)
\ VN It. Ill il>, al.
\, iXT INT1 RPRISES, INI' .
lioll, i t al.
' -
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
XoTICK is HEREBY (ITVEN. pur-
.... i nal Decree of horeclosure
,,,-,. \. bi 16, 1962, and .nt. red
i \,,. 62C-9026 of.tlie
H Court -I the EleVenth .indicia]
ill, In and for Dade County, Flor- |
.,| ,. in N Mil \N B. ROOD and
SIDNEY B. HHNKROFE, as Trustees,
are l*la miffs, ind MONTERREY EN-
TERPRISES, INC., a Florida corpora-
tion el al. are Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58595-A
RE
I ILL! \N I: I 1:1 N
|i,c. is. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Po All Credltoi and All Pet sons II. -
in,, claim* .a Demands Vgalnst s.
V,,,i -n,. ,,. rebs notlfl) d and
qulri d t" pri sent tins claim- and
iiands s hli h you mas have agan
the estat. ol I'll.I.IAN RUBIN i
,,.....i h ,. of i ...I.- County, l-"l"ri<
.,, ii,.. Counts Judges t i adi Sot
, ,i rile -. h ime In .1"
,,-' provided in Section 7:::: 16, lloi
Statutes, in lb. Ir offices in the OOl
In Dnde County, M
Ids witbin six calendar months Iri
Hi. tune of tlm first publication hi
of or the same will i barred.
i, ,: l at Mln nl, Florida, this 18
i>l Fabruars, A.D. 1963.
KLAX n: Fl ISTER
Admlnlstt
Mil .Ti N A. FRIEDMAN
Vttornes for Administratrix
up Alnsles Building
Miami. Florid. ^^
eaah
Dad,
Dad
A \l
at
i
C
the smith Front Do.....f the
iunty Courthouse, In Miami.
nntv. I- lot Ida, al u :0S o'clock
on the 1Mb day of Slav, 1963,
tb, following described property, as
-, t forth ill said filial Decree, to-wit:
I nts :::. I". 41 and 12, of BELLE
ISLE, according to the plat thereof,
,, corded m Plat Hook 5, at page II.
,,f tb.- public records of Had.- COun-
iv, i ;... Ida; and all buildings and
improvements thereon, and all of
the furniture, fui nishli
m, nt and personal properts therein
, i. an Ini entorj "i w hlch has
I.. n Id. ntlfleil bs tin- parties simul-
taneously with the execution Ol
'in- mortgagi b> Mortagor; copj "f
which bas been filed In these pro-
.....Ill
I VTED tin- 1 Mb .lav Of Match. 1963.
- IRTHl'R VDLER
Huh authorised officer of ibis Court.
'.' _'_ 1...
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
- FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58425-B
IN l!K Estate of
.ii isi'.i'll A. COHEN
! i, ssed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons H
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Estate'
You are hereby notified and r -
quired to present any claims and d -
man.is whi.li you may bay. again--
the estate of JOSEPH A. COHEN d- -
. ,-.....d late of Dade CountJ Flom
to the County Judges "f Dada Coui -
ty, and file the Mini' in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16. Morlda
statin.-, in their offices in the coun-
t> Courthouse in Dada County, rs
Id i. witbin six cslendar months fl
ihe lime of hi fin I publication hi
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated nl Kes West, Florida, I
l-t dai of Much, A.D. 1968.
- MARTIN D, COHEN
\- i>\. cutor
Aronoy itz, Slh er Belli r
Attorn. > '.a Ex. cutor
607 Ainsl. v Bldg Miami. Fla.
I -


ft
Pre- .-.-*
u.;^ n.^i*r
Tndev. ::-.- :: ^
TO INSURE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY OF THE FINEST IN KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY FOR THE COMING
PASSOVER, OUR STORES WIU BE KOSHER L'PESACH THE 25th OF MARCH.
May we suggest that your Holiday shopping be done eaHy ... 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.
nos^ 1^3 SPECIALS
GENUINE WHITE ROCK
KOSHER MADE
PAN READY
CAPONS
PULLETS
OR
YEARLINGS
The Finest Fresh Killed Kosher Chickens
Delivered to Our Markets 5 Times Daily!
Z10N KOSHER POULTRY
ROASTERS, BROILERS
OR SPRINGERS
KOSHER-BEST OR
LADY ESTHER
TURKEYS
DUCKS
OR ROCK
CORNISH HENS

NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
2091 c:zWAV i y?-, i ,M'd *
I wtcht.r sh^in, pum NO, MIAMI BEACH
2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
IN HOLLYWOOD
19th ST. at ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


for owner at lnwitb the ,.t Dade i-:., LI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2883 i til ,E \ IN. JR., as Admin have r. marri. il, t % %  If di id. their uninown h. rs, di i %  • • %  ant. %  III n I .,n i nil other persons Hindi through, un .r %  %  '. ndnnts, a •%  %  %  di m • ati "VOC \KI' HfcftEBY NOTIHF :, -„., has in en btii ight gainst > %  t 1,, I s ULEASON, IR ss Vdmlii Istintot nl \ ii '" Vfl %  an ,.,.. %  ,,r the I'. nt, d Stati anil bis sin cessoi 111 h nig .a their assigns, t" foreel mortgage encun berlng t i" 11 described pro|ierty, to-wu. Lots 17 and is. in Block ol NOR I H MLVER CREST, aclordlng f the plat thereof, reeordad In Plat HOOK 17. at page tl, "f the public records ..f' l lade County, Florida 'and you anrequired t" file yonr answer wiih the Clerk "f the < Ircult Court of Dade County, Florida, at the. Courthouse In Miami. Florida, on or before April 2J. 1968, and to serve a coin of such answer upon MVKl.s. HEIMAN, KAPLAN & CATSMAN, I'laintift's attorness, w bos. address is Eleven-Fifty Building, 11*0 s w First s;r, I Miami 36, I lorlda, "H or bet aid date, as required by the laws of Florida. If you fail to do so, the ...oipiaiai will be taken as confe-sed hv von and a i lecree Pro I on,,.-.,, iii be %  nt-• d against you foi the relief demanded In the complaint. I • \TEI' this 1Mb ^i %  of March, I : !•:. It, LBATHERMAN, Cli k Clrcuil Court, I Wde 'ountj. ilOrida laeal) Bj : C P. C( il'KI.ANn l ., puty 'lerk Mj, rs, il. in;,n. Kaplan A Catsman Kbveii-IIfts B illdlng 1150 s \v. lii -t street Miami 36, Florida ( |0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious nami ol PERSONNEL PROGRAMS a) 990 S W. l.-t s':.. Miami. Fla., Intends i" register said name w itll tile Cli I 1< "I the Clrcuil Courl m I ade Counts f loi Ida Joseph M Slegel, a Pi ufi --i.ni.li Service "oi |H>ral Ion Bj : Joseph M. Slegel, Pn I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai i lerslgne.l, di siring to i nguge in business under the I Houn name ,.< %  VIRI-ORT LA NEK, ill 1251 N.W. 1Mb. Sir. t. Miami, Florida, Intends ;,, ,-, (ti, ti naiil name with the Clerk „f ii,.. circuit Courl of Dade County, V RNTKRTAINMBNT CORP.. ., Fli Ida corporation r,\ Ham Seeve, President KAMI El. W SH MM".! Attorney for applicant liiandwhich you may hav. agaii the estate ..f Alonco Rlley deceas late "f Dade County, Florida, to t: County Judges of Dade County, a fi!.the same In duplicate and aa pr .ii,. I in Section 733.16, Florida Btt utes, in their offices In the Cout -' Courthouse In Dade County, Florid within -is calendar months from t time of the first publication here or tb. same will be bailed. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2! day "i Februaryi A.D. 1963. CL M:I: E. I'.II.I'.Y \i 5xi• utrlx Myers, Helman, Kaplan ,v Catsman 1150 S.W, 1st Sir. it Miami 36, Florida Attornes for Exi cuti i\ 3/1-S-If IN IN" Ii IVmi r a, and .-. a %  w Inj; %  N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CII7CUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 62C-9026 (Dekle) \ VN It. Ill il>, ••! al. \, iXT INT1 RPRISES, INI lioll, i t al. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE XoTICK is HEREBY (ITVEN. pur.... i n al Decree of horeclosure ,,,-,. \. bi 16, 1962, and .nt. red i \,,. 62C-9026 of.tlie H Court -I the EleVenth .indicia] ill, In and for Dade County, Flor| .,|„ ,. in N Mil \N B. ROOD and SIDNEY B. HHNKROFE, as Trustees, are l*la miffs, ind MONTERREY ENTERPRISES, INC., a Florida corporation el al. are Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58595-A RE I ILL! \N I: I 1:1 N |i,c. is. d NOTICE TO CREDITORS Po All Credltoi and All Pet sons II. in,, claim* .a Demands Vgalnst s. V,,,i -n,. %  ,,. rebs notlfl) d and qulri d t" pri sent tins claimand • %  iiands s hli h you mas have agan the estat. ol I'll.I.IAN RUBIN i ,, i h •,. of i ...I.County, l-"l"ri< .,, ii,.. Counts Judges • t i adi • Sot ,i rile -. H ime In .1" ,,-' provided in Section 7:::: 16, lloi Statutes, in lb. Ir offices in the OOl In Dnde County, M Ids witbin six calendar months Iri Hi. tune of tlm first publication hi of or the same will i barred. i, ,: %  l at Mln nl, Florida, this 18 i>l Fabruars, A.D. 1963. KLAX n: Fl ISTER Admlnlstt Mil .Ti N A. FRIEDMAN Vttornes for Administratrix up Alnsles Building Miami. Florid. ^^ eaah Dad, Dad A \l at i • C the smith Front Do f the iunty Courthouse, In Miami. nntv. Ilot Ida, al u :0S o'clock on the 1Mb day of Slav, 1963, tb, following described property, as -, t forth ill said filial Decree, to-wit: I nts :::•. I". 41 and 12, of BELLE ISLE, according to the plat thereof, ,, corded m Plat Hook 5, at page II. ,,f tb.public records of Had.COuniv, i ;... Ida; and all buildings and improvements thereon, and all of the furniture, fui nishli m, nt and personal properts therein i. an Ini entorj "i w hlch has I.. n Id. ntlfleil bs tinparties simultaneously with the execution Ol 'inmortgagi b> Mortagor; copj "f which bas been filed In these proIll I %  VTED tin1 Mb .lav Of Match. 1963. IRTHl'R VDLER Huh authorised officer of ibis Court. '.' %  _'_ 1... IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58425-B IN l!K Estate of .ii isi'.i'll A. COHEN i, ssed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons H Ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said Estate' You are hereby notified and r quired to present any claims and d man.is whi.li you may bay. againthe estate of JOSEPH A. COHEN d. ,d late of Dade CountJ Flom to the County Judges "f Dada Coui ty, and file the Mini' in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16. Morlda statin.-, in their offices in the count> Courthouse in Dada County, rs Id i. witbin six cslendar months fl ihe lime of • hi fin I publication hi of, or the same will be barred. Dated nl Kes West, Florida, I l-t dai of Much, A.D. 1968. MARTIN D, COHEN \i>\. cutor Aronoy itz, Slh er Belli r Attorn. > '.a Ex. cutor 607 Ainsl. v Bldg Miami. Fla. I



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ft — Pre.-.-* u.;^ n.^i*r Tndev. : %  :-.:: ^ TO INSURE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY OF THE FINEST IN KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY FOR THE COMING PASSOVER, OUR STORES WIU BE KOSHER L'PESACH THE 25th OF MARCH. May we suggest that your Holiday shopping be done eaHy ... 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. nos^ 1^3 SPECIALS GENUINE WHITE ROCK KOSHER MADE PAN READY CAPONS PULLETS OR YEARLINGS The Finest Fresh Killed Kosher Chickens Delivered to Our Markets 5 Times Daily! Z10N KOSHER POULTRY ROASTERS, BROILERS OR SPRINGERS KOSHER-BEST OR LADY ESTHER TURKEYS DUCKS OR ROCK CORNISH HENS NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 c :z W AV i y?-, i ,M d *— I wtcht.r sh^in, PU M NO MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR