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The Jewish Floridian ( March 29, 1963 )

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"eJewisfa Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 36 — Number 13 Miami, Florida. Friday. March 29. 1963 Three Sections — Price 2'. : Germany Denies Aiding Nasser Atomic Program ADENAUER DEMANDS REPORT PACE 9-A 'MORAL APPEAL' ISSUED PACE Jl-A ROCKET EXPERTS ANGER PKtSS .PACE I3-A Archbishop Nikodim. of the Russian Orthodox Church, exchanges greetings with Rabbi Theodore L. Adams at recep!.on tendered for visiting Russian clergymen by the Synacogue Council ol America. Rabbi Adams holds Torah which the Russian church leader will transmit as a gift from the American Jewish community to Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin, of Moscow. x CHURCHES A ISO DENOUNCED PAOfc 16-A Russian Clergyman Asked To Bring Torah to Moscow Rabbi submit a question to the Bundestag about attacks and abduction attempts on some of the West German scientists involved in the Cairo weapons program. He said his question would conBy Special Report NEW YORK — The Synagogue! Council of America has asked > Archbishop Nikodim. of the Rus-' sian Orthodox Church, to transmit; ;. Torah to Chief Rabbi Yehuda %  Leib Levin, of Moscow. The re-' nuest was made at a reception tendered by the Synagogue Council at the Waldorf-Astoria here to group of 16 Russian church leaders visiting in this country under, tt \SII1NGT0N — iJTA) The the auspices of the National Coun-j 'Department disclosed this cil of Churches. More than 50 re-, i-ek that United States concern ligioua and communal leader; VETERANS ASSURED Top Priority To Red Bias BONN (JTA) — The West German Foreign Ministry denied this week that West Germany was helping to develop atomic warj heads for Egyptian missiles and at the same time pointed out that I the Government had no way to Stop West German citizens from rn he £ %  • Aether a releaving the country to work for P*** assassination at t e m p t another government. ****** Dr : Hcns ."STE? 1 ,*' Foreign Ministry officials ad" !£^ ^J?J2£i2 mitted work was preceding in was connected with the abduction Egypt on an experimental nuclear £ ?•** Dr gg Kru ; Mu research reactor under a West M* W** Jffddfc*.and Dr. German-Egyptian pact signed in Wolfgang P.lz of Stuttgart. December: 1960. They added that West German officialsi were the reactor was not yet operative V" ed here as asserting the., m: and that, when it was. it would J^?" 0 "* had •*£"* £2 be too small to produce fissionOtto Jukelik, an Austrian arrested in Basle on Mar. 2 along with Israeli Joseph Bengal, allegedly took part both in the abduction ol Krug and the assault on Dr. Klcinwachter. able materials for warheads. A Social Democratic member of Parliament, Walter Faller, announced meanwhilee he would Israel Parliament Demands Hah to Work on Weapons .mli Semitic developments in tended. --ia has been made known at the highest levels," of the Sovi Government. This was indicate;! in a letter i the Jewish War Veterans from state Department public services ifficial Edward A. Karnacki. writ en on behalf of Secretary, of Dean Rusk, in reply to a request Irom JWV for information State Department activity in area and for Department aeon to ease the persecution of Sov lev -. Rabbi Theo.'orc L. Adams, past Continued on Psge 8-A Dr. Goldmann Charges Israel Gov't Has No Jewish Policy JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Widespread and compelling doubts in Israel about the "new Germany" f the postwar world erupted tin? week in a unanimous Parliamentary resolution demanding Immediatl action by West Germany to put an end to contributions by West German scientists to Egypt s advanced offensive weapons program. The resolution action followed a major policy statement in the Knesset by Mrs Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister, making the same demand. Her statement was approved by the Israel Cabinet after changes had been made in it to strengthen its condemna lion of West Germany. Swiss Reveal Bonn Requested Agent's' Arrest BASLE. Switzerland — (JTA) — Swiss authorities disclosed tl: week that the arrest of an Israi ard an Austrian here for alleged, •threatening" a German scientist working in Egypt on a progr; of producing rockets, missiles ai nun-conventional weapons, was ca.lied out by the Swiss police the specific request of the public prosecutor of Freiburg, West ('•> many, and the German polk The two men will be tried before a curt here for "illegal activiti on behalf of a foreign state." pn >ably in May. The identity oi the arrested I-raeli was revealed at a press i ference by the State Prosecul ol Basle. Walter Burkhard. H said the Israeli was a man nai ed Joseph Bengal. 33. who tr;,\ ed to Switzerland on a "servlci passport from Israel. Dr. Bui :• hard claimed Bengal was an offi ial of the Israeli Ministry for Ed cation and Culture. The arrest Austrian is Prof. Otto Jukelik. Both Bengal and Jukelik wer* arrested Mar. 2 in Basle after, according to Swiss police, they met Miss Heidi Goerke to try to "coerce" her into influencing her father. Prof. Jans Goerke. Continued on Page 10-A The State Department previously had taken the position Continued on Page 13-A JERUSALEM — i JTA) — Dr. "much longer." He added I Nahum Goldmann, World Zionist jay, • %  '<''" responsibility, that i ,..„,! 'he State of Israel today impairs Organization president, asserted (( Wc K-|BO ma<|p |o hed to a hosptial tor emergency operation. The passing of the 57-year-old Jewish leader brought a message of condolence from Justice Minister B. J. Vorster on behalf of Continued on Page 9-A



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Page 2-A Jen 1st ncrkfi&n Friday, March 29, 1Q*A I Major Divisions Report Big Increases; 1963 CJA Passes Million Dollar Mark Burton B. Goldstein (left), chairman of the Cleaners and Laundries Group of the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal Services Divi=ion, receives a citation from Ernest Janis, co-chairman of the campaign, in recognition of his group's achievement as the first to reqi3ter 100 percent coverage of every pledge card in the industry." USY Group Meets Sunday Meeting of United Synagogue Scherr, David Silver, Judy Schiff, Youth will take place Sunday in Larry Stein. Ann Steinberg, Mark Tytell, and Fred Wellish. Leading Trades, Professions, and Residents Divisions are moving ahead of their 1962 marks. Combined Jewish Appeal report meeting revealed here at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Co-chairman of the 1963 campaign. Ernest Janis. told the meeting that "substantial increases in' pledges are being marked up by these divisions in honor of CJA s Anniversary year." Joining Janis in the announcement were Joseph M. Lipton. a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and honorary chairman of Jhe Finance Division; Sam C. Levenson, co-chairman of Initial Gifts; and Marshall S. Harris, vice chairman of the Trades and Professional Council. Burton B. Goldstein, chairman ol the Cleaners and Laundries Group of the Services Division, received a Silver Anniversary citation from Janis for 100 percent coverage by his group. The executives of Walter E Heller & Co. were also honored at the report meeting "for outstanding coverage in the Banks and Loan Companies Group, resulting in a 40 percent increase over last year." Named were Leonard II Zigman. Banks and Loan Companies; Herbert S. Gruber, cochairman of the Finance Division; and Saul A. Schulman. Associate chairman of the Finance Division. A cocktail party at the Standard Club on Thursday was to be the site of an announcement that the 1963 CJA campaign has gone over the $1 million mark. Hosts were to be Lipton, Levenson, and Jay I. Kislak. Also at the report meeting. Harry Suskin i revealed that the Food and Hotel Division is 30 percent ahead of last year Hani-, reporting in behalf of Co-Chairman Beth Davia youth lounge. Invited guests will be parents of the USY members. Highlight of the evening will be a report of the group's recent attendance at the convention of the Southeast Region in Birmingham, Ala. Members who participated are ly Black, Mindy Forer, Barl i Greene, Arthur Kurtz. Nan < Lazarua, Janet Rabinowitz, J Ram, Ellen Schacter, Ann Chaperones for the group were Mrs. Phillip Schiff and Mrs. Hilda LazaniS. Marshall Baltuch is £roup advisor. illflfi TERMITES SWARMING? S^OpV To Grace Your Holiday Table ASK FOR I eWtCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women FREE PARKING SPACt IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUStS 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mall) Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FIUED CONTACT IENSES GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; yoL will sae on a new roof later "Satisfactory Wck by Experienced Men" Produced and Bottled By L'KOVED WINE CO. Yonkers, N.Y. FHA—VA RESALES IN PERFECT CONDITION DADl" A BROWAflD COUNTY From *1 0 On rtown "(I 1J Vo. "TM£N INSURANCE & REAl ESTATE 768 NW 3rd St. FR 1-2421 We Hon-fJ* Invfrnnce of All Kinds AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Tear 'Round Gold Coast Coverage Covers Your Selling Areo x Wl 5-1602 1 ROOF CLEANING J •'. \ nuu IPAINTING I v \ tllE-G'AVEl-A'JtSlOS-'.lMI f I / IVIITOW i simiuo cuiiowr ^--ii-i THE FINEST GUARANTEED Whit* Root Coating SPRAY SERVICE PL 8-1865 Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 • %  15 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACk SAVE 75o H0TEIS-APARTMENTS-H0MES C0IN-0P CRY CLEAN.NG CLEANING DONE IN 1 HR. 8.-30 AM to 6 PM-6 Days a Week ECON-O-CLEAN Owned & Operated by Dorothy Burkhart 2028 S.W. 57th Ave. (Red Road) A VOTE FOR W. KEITH PHILLIPS, JR. Candidate for Coral Gables Commissioner WILL BE A VOTE FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT Pull Lever 7A April 9. 1963 Pd. Pol. Adv. ^r>AAr\MrWr^MAMMr^rMAAAAMr>AAAAAA*AA AAAA*A X |,, ^ vvvvvvvv vvt A comfort to the family. Ilivorside directors gjv< ; I" %  soual attention to eacli detail...making arrangem< ids ai I easing burdens. Riverside offers proven ability, sup. rimservice and surpassed modern facilities in Florida's most beautiful chapels...all conveniently located in (loral Gables M and Miami Beacli... and serving all of the flflj stati So, when Hi,, need .crises, call Riverside, w&ere dignity and personal service arc traditional. riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Miami: Donglas Road .it 8.W. 17th Strew* • Highland -iiil Miami Beach: 1-250 N'ormaudj Drive • IQthand i JEfferson 1-1151 LEONARD 2ILBERT ABE E'SENBERC NEW YORK CHAPELS: Manhattan • Bronx • Brooklyn • long Island • Mt. Vernon ^_____^_ c Riverside MMMM C-;pel 1962



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Fri Friday. March 29. 1963 MICHAEL COMAY SCHEDULED HERE Israel Ambassador to UN Will be Guest Of Honor at Third Seder Celebration *Jpm.*r> rfrrSdHimn Page 3-A Iflcbael Comav. Israel Ambasfr ador to the United Nations, will be PUPS' of honor at a traditional third Seder celebration here Saturday evening. Apr. 13, at the Fon-1 taineblrr.,1 Hotel. The function is under the sponsorship of the Israel Histadrut, MICHAEL COMAY Committee of Greater Miami, and will commemorate the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the State Of Israel Participating organizations in the event aiv the Business and Professional Council for Kupat Holim, l'oale Zion. Chaim Greenberg blanch: and these branches 01 Parfoand, the Labor Zionist Organizal ion: Bialih Ben-Gurton, der Lebedikei. and Chaim Weizmarn. Also participating are Club 1 and Club 2 of Pioneer Women, as well a^ Coral Gables. Kadimah. Golda u BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. I'lBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miomi Beoch JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Meir, Beba Idelson and Tikvah Chapters of Pioneer Women. Comay, born in Cape Town, So. Africa, holds law degrees from the University of Cape Town. During World War II, he served with the rank of major in the So. African Armed Forces in the Middle East theatre. In 19J5. he settled in Palestine, and served there as a special representative of the South African Zionist Federation. He was also attached to the Political Department of the Jewish Agency, carrying out special missions to South Alrica, Australia, and New Zeai land. He served as a staff advisor to the Jewish Agency delegation to the United Nations in 1947 48. and became a member of the first Israel delegation to the UN in 1948. Upon establishment of the State of Israel. Ambassador Comay was appointed director of the Commonwealth Division at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. In 1951, he was promoted to fhe DOSt of assistant director general. From 1953 to 1957. he represented Israel in Canada as its first Ami bassador there. That same year, Comay resumed his post as assistant director general of the Ministry for For| eign Affairs, which he held until assuming his present appointment as Israel Ambassador to the United Nations. Honorary chairman of the third Seder celebration Apr. 13 for Histadrut here is J. A. Cantor. Chairman is J. Z. Stadlan. Co-chairmen are Rabbi Leon Kronish, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Irving M. Sachs, Dr. Isaac Unterman, and Moe Levin. Chairman for Kupat Holim is Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, with the following serving as honorary co-chairmen: Rabbi Kronish. Dr. Lehrman. Jacob Rifkin, and Jack S. Popick. ~JjM*. J$j%.' • Mk i 1 P "'^S |0 JKal Jt k. %  fr* .^f ^Tfi^ JpH t K~ 1 ^'^a"""^'' ll % ''Sfc-V*"^^ W' %  W ^m lnt(' 1"i Business, Professional Council Names Bornstein a Medical Center Founder WILLIAM BORNSTEIN 'Way to Happiness' "The Way to Happiness" was the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, on Tuesday, 9 a.m., on the 10th St. beach, following exercises of the Slimnastic Club directed by Lillian Fried lander. Business and Professional Council lof'Kupat Holim-this week announced William Bornstein, of Mi anfi Beach, as a founder of the new Medical Center shortly to be erected in Bcersrieba. Israel. Mr. and Mrs. 3ornstein are members of the sponsoring committee of the Council's traditional third Seder celebration here on Apr. 13 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Bornstein was one of the first to indicate his support of Kupat Holim's humanitarian project in the Negev of Israel. The Medical Center will cost $400,000 when completed, toward which the Business and Professional Council in Greater Miami has pledged $200,000 as its project. The balance will come from Kupat Holim in Israel, the Jewish State's medical arm. Bornstein has been well-known in civic and philanthropic affairs in Greater Miami since his arrival here. Originally from Wash ington. D.C., he is a former president of Beth Sholom Congregation there. Locally, Bornstein has been active in B'nai B'rith, chairman of the Synagogue Division for State of Israel Bonds, a volunteer worker for the Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and in the programs of the Jewish National Fund. He is a former chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee and a member of Temple Beth Sholom. Religious School Prepares Seder Temple Zamora Religious School will present a model Seder on Sunday. 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Page 4-A vJewisti fkridkir Friday, March 29, 1963 r a' li Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDUN Executive Editor 5ELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher Published every Frldav since 1927 bv The Jewish Florldlfcn mt 120 rl.B. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second-Class Tostace Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the Kanhrutb of the merchandise advertised In its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year 16.00 Three Yeara 110.00 Out of Town Upon Request (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDUN ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 36 Friday, March 29, 1963 4 Nisan 5723 Number 13 Selling Freedom Down the River It is comparatively simple for a democratic nation to deny its responsibility as a guardian of freedom in 'he name of democracy. The Germans have done this twice in the "wentieth century. The first time, they stepped down "lard on every honest government eader who sought to deal with the enemies of the Weimar Republic, out defended the enemies themselves. They accomplished this by a "know-nothing" interpretation of "he laws that guaranteed their freedom. Thus, while the early Nazis schemed to bury the Weimar Repub-ic, for its part the Republic protested to Germany's last gasp their right 'o subversion. This kind of double-edged morality is similarly the devil's advocate in the latest phase of German democratic existence. Those who in superior, thin-lipped fashion preach o us about free speech, while Rock %  vellites demand our mass extermilation, easily appreciate it. On its face, the West German Republic ;an do nothing about its many scientists who nave run off to Egypt to engage in monster weapons research. The constitution, says one :ederal official, after all guarantees the right to freedom of movement. We agree that this is true. But there is a point at which an honestlymotivated government stops in its protection of ritizens who use their guaranteed liberties as a shield for subversion. Since the Germans are adequately experienced in this potential danger, we find it increasingly difficult to be.ieve that their protestations in the name of democracy are not something completely different. • • On Shifting the Accent The position the Israel Government has :aken on the German-Egypt weapons quesion stems from critical times, but is non-critical :n its thinking. Certainly, it poses a direct threat to Is. ael; but so do the recent revolutions in Yemen, Iraq and Syria. In somber retrospect, it seems that the question should be elevated to major world significance. For while, as the U.S. knows, although it may not care to admit it, that the Yemen-Iraq-Syria implications are in themselves global, the Nasser atomic weapons program conducted by German scientists is even more immediately dangerous. The United States and the Soviet Union are in accord on one principle: that there shall .oe no proliferation of atomic know-how whereever it is possible to contain it. What have :hese two antagonists, seemingly unanimous on a single issue, thus far done where the issue is suddenly raised to worldwide significance? West Germany is proscribed by law from research and manufacture of atomic weapons. The announcement last week that German scientists are engaging in such research and manufacture in Egypt merely suggests a shift in geography. Somehow, it reminds us of all those baby carriages the early Nazis pioduc ed, which could be converted into instant machine guns. Is Germany once again "know-nothing," nurturing those who mean to subvert democracy? This is the principle Israeli thinking should be emphasizing these days. AT THC POO*? JHE NEW YORK Amster dam News feature report.liiri I H> Ihp wPftk ed here lasl week takes th e UUl lllg UIG IT CfclV statistical findings of a Protestant Council study out of context to come up with some "starUJBg" conclusions about Jews. As one of the leading Negro publications sees it, "Jews tend to get jobs far in *• I.I i excess of their percentage oi the population," and "Jews are overrepresented in 31 categories" in city positions. The conclusions are, of course, startling only for Negroes. Thev are in fact classical vestiges of white anti-Semitism, whose sophis ticated proponents long ago began to reject them in favor of more meaningful forms of prejudice against Jews — more meaningful in the sense that they avoid the threadbare repetitions of the past and that they relate to the contemporary world scene. Sadly, the American Negro community seems increasing heir today to these worn expressions of bigotry, forming a sociologic pattern that can only be regarded as an evolving Negro anti-Semitism. The development is naive on two counts: It fails to recognize and understand the virulent anti-Semitism of our own time, which would certainly be the variety to adopt if one is irrevocably dedicated in this regard. But even in his adoption of a brand of anti-Semitism that is impotent by contrast, the American Negro fails to take into account the significant factor of which his white predecessor was well aware, and against which he was equally well forearmed. Making Dedication Count The 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal was this week set to announce it had gone over the SI million mark. Greater Miami welcomes the news, fully aware that the hard climb toward the top has barely begun. Much depends upon the successful conclusion of the 1963 campaign—the many agencies here and the many organizations nationally, overseas, and in Israel that look toward CJA for assistance. The total significance of CJA can not be expressed in statistics and goal figures. Neither does it yield to interpretation in terms of the agencies and organizations to which we here refer. CJA, simply, is people. It is people in need. To them, and to their assistance, CJA is dedicated. Won't you be counted today in this highest welfare purpose? Hadassah's Achievements If Jews everywhere are in ferment about the future of the Zionist movement, there seems to be little anxiety so far as its women's counterpart, Hadassah, is concerned. Internationally, Hadassah is celebrating its 50th anniversary of achievement in Israel, a program that had its modest beginnings when Hannah Senesch first visualized the vast need for public health action in what was not yet then but would some day be a Jewish State. Since the early beginnings, Hadassah's programs have enlarged by leaps and bounds to embrace a wide variety of welfare endeavor in Israel, and to engage in its Youth Aliyah work abroad and Zionist education at home. Greater Miami Hadassah has a profound stake in these affairs. Since their establishment here, the many groups of Hadassah, formed into two chapters, have contributed unflaggingly to the fulfillment of Hadassah's manifold goals. As another season of dedicated endeavor begins to draw to a climax, Hadassah is looking forward to its Florida Regional conference beginning Apr. 28. This should be one of several crowning affairs to a well-spent yeai NOT ALL FAILINGS IMPOStD IRON! WITHOUT THE RESULT IS that, at least in the case of the Amsterdam News feature. Negro bigotry has boomeranged. The factor to which I refer is the unrelenting intellectual drive and achievement motive of the Jew that are an integral part of his historic existence. The sociologic reasons explaining them are so widely known that the) require no repetition. But there is a substantial possibility that N< are underrepresented in certain categories of employment in New York City for precisely the reason thai neither intellectual ex cellence nor the need to make a personal mark characterizes a sufficient number of Negroes today proportionally to equate their actual representation with the substantial size of the group from which they emerge, -Non.' of this suggests that they are incapable of either or both nor does it deny that the circumstance oi brutal American prejudice against them has gone a long way toward preventing Negroes from practicing and achieving such a capability, it does, however, seek to answer in as urgentlj calculating a fashion as the Amsterdam News itself adopts the implied charge in the publications feature that there is something economically and professionally nefarious about Jews and ""Jewish" ambition. Let those sandcastlestorming civil libertarians who will here and now accuse me of prejudice make the most of it. My purpose is not to answer naive bigotry with name-calling. It is rather to emphasize that not all failings are always and forever imposed from with out-a synthetic principle created by some of us who seek to explain today s evolving Negro anti-Semitism in terms of the sad experiences many Negroes allegedly have at the insensitive hands of their'Jewish landlords. ry which saw An n %  > h '" Pt :"" tal P0WCF from rl,ral <*• Protestant' cZl 1 !" unZu Tbi,n C ": ,U ,S f '"" a,lon *h• Jew and tin those e,,", a r tOa ,,0n '" ,,U l,l,im t solidification ol those equalities which are still theirs only in theory. COMMUNICATION LINK NttD STKtNGTHtNING P A ? T e^f USS'S'I"?"** decline discussed here last week men T 3, 5 £". '"*' £" g# f n,ral opposition to reapportion leaTt ."I T?-\ ha W0U d enhiI,Ce urhan Poetical power to a. least a more realistic part of its lull potential. I n the event of this towlr? thTaT 0nmt U ,h XT** ,0 a Ne"o-J^h coalition toward the advancement of evil rights is obviously apparent. mee/m^^Thl^ *& ,her matte d,,ri "S a "* <*anee hTmSekStEi 2, Z C G bSOn he, C several wei s a *oFr. Gibson exoreSS im„„ .. bK S W W h a ca P able mind and facil <' "** Dlanatmn fnr .7 2 thCr %.*' m > • end wa ^ to seek an ex hand Z nL L nSe '" NVsr "ti-SemiUsm when, on the other frendsn wl h JK?^f" 10 ale so <*>*%, identified in their be nfm ,re ^ m S,ate !* ? aeL But Fl G^son insisted upon Dung more germaneand perhaps rightly Couniv w,?.H a \ a M" 1 ', 1 f Florula 'l, ,s u d reapportionment, Dade Re D re*em L t St mli : ,K 12 MW ^atatoVi to the House oi rZE£?2£E2H I ,! T ,h J,, ish community here, which rep elec"at I tl,1 ,al v ,x """ 1 al experience and fina-uial capablluy. heir raised ,a f n **!! ^ alor? T, s was an N* W U Dotaf i\, a „.H n T opportun,t > "ow lost. Fr. Gibson pressed th. ixunt. i could not answer enin.'.' CO "i m h : "T,'" !I '' ^/^ Tha "^ h !" "ce.l strengthS m .i h, y ; '' : '"' 11 But ;,s • of hindsight, I must t ,sk • n.i 0 TCC ? 1 dev e to P">enU, il would be naive to consider \\v xvk y, ,? l >1 'v m I" 8 naJve M *e anti-Semitism of the %  u <|k Amsterdam News feature



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riday, March 29, 1963 > #Vt/f> nnrMtori Page 5-A I 1 • p: Fascist Mosley Foments Riots **.. LONDON—(JTA>—Street clashes broke out this week at the close] of a meeting addressed by Fascist j leader Oswald Mosley in the town hall of Kensington, a London suburb. After Mosley left the hall, some of his followers unfurled banners and began shouting at members of the anti Fascist Yellow Star movement, which sponsored a 1 protest rally across the street from the town hall, indiviriu; members of both groups left tb meeting places and tangled in street fighting. Scores of police, some with dogbroke up the main clashes bu scuffles continued in shop door [ways before the fighting finall. '. was halted. Four men were ai i rested. A policeman was run' when he moved into action against five Mosley followers attacking Yellow Star member. It y e il •' — Cantors' Association of Greater Miami initiates the first in a series of musical and cultural seminars. World-renowned Cantor Moshe Koussevitsky (seated fourth from left) conducted the first in a series here last wek. Seated (left to right) are Cantors Edward Klein, Temple Merorah; Ben Zion Kirschenbaum, Beth Torah, newly-elected secretary of the organization; Sol Breeh, who is cultural chairman; Koussevitsky; Abraham Seif, Kneseth Israel, newlyelected president; and Hyman Fein, Beth Emeth. Standing (left to right) are Cantors Abraham Koslov, of Chicago, a guest at the seminar; William Lipson, Beth David; Richard Brown, Temple Judea; Ernest Steiner, Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood; Hirsh Adler, Temple Emanu-El; Louis Cohen, Israelite Center; Seymour Hinkes, Temple Zion; Maurice Neu, Yehudah Moshe. Not shown are Cantors Jacob Bornstein, Temple Israel; David Conviser, Temple Beth Sholom; Yehudah Heilbraun, Temple Sinai of Hollywood; Gershon Levin, Coral Way Jewish Center; Sheldon Kodner, Temp'e Beth Am; Herman Gottlieb, Temple Beth Shirah; and Samuel Gomberg, of Miami Beach. '1 u TRADITIONAL Third Seder Celebration COMMEMORATING THE 15th ANNIVERSARY OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL Saturday, April 13, 1963 7:00 P.M. No Jewish Policy in Israel--Goldmann FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL Miami FRENCH AND JADE ROOMS Beach, Florida Continued from Page 1-A ready "to accept a new image." Every movement pursues supporters, he noted, but the Zionist parties "are fervently trying to find supporters and see this as their principal function." In his first remarks, Dr. Goldmann asserted that the parties were 'debilitating" the movement and "hindering fulfillment of the Zionist tasks." These, he said, included increasing immigration from the free countries, ensuring | Jewish and Hebrew education and organizing the Jewish people as ? lighting force to defend its right to create a culture. He also, repeated a familiar .hargc that American Jewry suffered from "growing organizationa] chaos loading to a "diminishing impact" of Zionism in the United States. Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, reported that the Zionist parties were the product of a "historical crystallization and cannot simply be swept off the map. They have a mission to fulfill. Remove the parties, and the mission will not be fulfilled." of the importance of the study of Hebrew and Bible, of the need for deepening the content of Jewish education and of granting Israel "a central position" in that education. iu Dr. Max Nussbaum, president of the Zionist Organization of America, also blamed the problem of | j n "that education. jjjj| the movement on "attacks on Zion-| I-IUWMI toL ism" as the 'daily fare" from IfDescribing what she belic%cd tog rael's leading figures. Hcsaidls-jbe the "consensus" of American jf raeli leaders must join with Zionj zionists on Aliyah, she said that while immigration was recognized \ as "a major pillar in Zionism," one | cannot except a "mass aliyah" | from the United States. She said; "we believe that some of our youthj will want to take their place as] builders of Israel from positive, GUEST OF HONOR HIS EXCELLENCY MICHAEL COMAY Israel Ambassador to the United Nations We believe als. ists to strengthen the movement' Mrs. Rose Halprin, chairman of the American section of the Jewish Agency, noted that Hadassah. of which she is a past president, and the Halprin-Goldstein faction of the world General Zionist move-, ment both were opposed to aspects i idealistic reasons. !" !" "£ "~ j of the Zionist party system but that any negative aPPh.any, this, she said, was "a far cry 1 '', attempt to create fear or unctr from the position that there should tainty will not enhance aliyah b> |ljl be no Zionist groups on philosophical and ideological lines. Citing Dr. Goldmann's descrip-j tion of American Jewish life as "organized chaos," she retorted that the Jewish community in the United States did not want "monolithic groups with great control at the lop." She described this as the Zionist doctrine of cultural interplay, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL COUNCIL FOR KUPAT HOUM MONOtARV CHAIRMAN CHAIRMAN J. A. CANTOR MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS CO-CHAIRMEN R.bbi Leon Kronrt. Jack S. Popick Jacob Mfkln Dr Irving Leh.man ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE J. Z. STADLAN. President Reservations: JE 8-1231 Coovert: $12.50 PASSOVER DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED one iota." UTTER TO THE EDITOR Israel Independence Celebration Without Charge to Public? EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: The Zionist Council of Greater Miami is planning to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the creation of the State of Israel on Apr. 20 at Miami Beach Auditorium. Such an event should be an inspirational presentation to everyone who has faith in the virtues of democracy. The date also coincides with the memorial of the Warsaw Ghetto —an event we must keep alive as a warning to Jewry everywhere to be alert to the dangers of recurrent Nazism even in our own nation. Yet I am sad. The Zionist r Rare Hebrew Relics JEWELS SILVER WORKS OF ART Futwilute. Antiques and Curios INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach T. SCHORR lasinass Phone JE 8-1025 Residence Phone JE 4-2503 Council, at Israel's Bar Mitxvah year, staged a hotel affair charging $7.50 per person and thereby excluded a great number who wanted to attend, but could not afford the stiff fee. The Aprl. 20 event has admission prices ranging from $12.50 downwards. I suggest it be a "free-toall" program, with invitations to members of all faiths and our coreligionists to participate in this momentous occasion. Surelv from among the many philanthropic individuals and groups in our town, we can easily raise the necessary sum to underwrite the event. I would be honored to donate the first $25 toward this. The spirit Of the Warsaw Ghetto must not die. Those patriots who fought, bled and died must nor have died Ltl vain. The memory of their fortitude and courage must, be a beacon to Jews and all the world to light the murky darkness of persecution and hatred. Lei this meeting be a clarion call to all that we have achieved B rightful degree of pr.de and hope to all minorities in Israel. MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG Miami Beach DISTRIBUTED BY: w ^ PA1.M MSTRIB1JTOBS, INC 373 N.E. 61st Street — Miami, Florda



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Orce 5-A *Jenisr fkrHfrr Friday. March 23, I National Commander Eyes JWV's Emerging Role Cnmmmt'tr vraas of *.v: '. • %  it Si J ao* th* • jt* hooioa said Ikal i --.:' %  -. -. %  I %  "In fcf." ho added. -e hv beon on* of th* IO**' heads amoo^ American Jew11*1 Orgriiiio*H wO'kir.j on a nation*! convocation in dSashnflton in April deugned drmaticallir to bring to 'he rt*rv • -.'.' : 5irnnem .-c th* wortd the deserte situation o+ the Jeih community in rhe Soviet Union." I UMajor Problem '•.'' .."..-' • L •• talk from America to the ith the %  %  • refers* m4 American then ped-ap %  I L'nii .' cate," no me too PM :jrmg --iT.-r-Ctr I -.-. .--* :Ka V %  !: •':• where tae Arabia* AaMfMM Oil Coaapea; a* charged with a dis.'Xj policy against Jewish i inplniaai •We if m on the final stages of Aramco's eaprtulafion, jo|v ing th* American Jew.sh Congress and the National Community Relations Advisory Council." cor.I •: acD and hii Nazi '. i. jer in let%  nehecked, L %  the %  In Bos Inciting to Riot be • ;• i • g by way of opposing Rockwell pubLc.-; fad •that pu has been Furadded the JWV national commander. we don"t join th<' crowd in placidly lufl in 8 thai he hai the right to ; : out. Rockwell breachei meitiffi to not. A> a matter "t fact, wearing "l the bol i HI MaeM a disorderly ad As London sees it, "this is implicitly a defamatory thing, in addition to being an offense." With five and a half years in the armed forces, lervinj over ;n Guadalcanal and Prance, London feell he iin a position to know—both as a veteran and aar. American. CINEMA Washington Ave. ot 13th St., M.B. O.V STAGt THE HORA ISRAIL. Singing-Dancing Troupe For th* 1st time this City STAh PORTER Famous Singing Star Comedy of Schachter 5 • — 3. Others ON SCfffEN Musical Comedy Starr:ij M'CHF 1 ROS-" BFPr. THREE OAUGHTERi it's the fesf Show Value in Town Matinee SSc — evenings Sl.Oi THE G-T parkway \Matifau* \Su*t4&t '; i. %  ,. %  ; SCAyNE 6LVD %  < i6fc SOCT^* MIAMI u I • i^^^^^^^^^^^^ ,. HEtrABfNG N£AP IvSSLT DV[[ % %  Open 6:45 Open 5:45 Open 545 | rSSI MViD &LJS/11 AWARDS nonnandie A-rraAfU Ope-, 1 :45 3ACADEMy AWARDS 2 Divorce fs*k Italian Style Sife Summer Day Camp for Tots T '" : '-"' ; ii •• %  18. the second Tueadaj fter -.he close of :he re. Da:school sessions. TV -.1 ._ The supervised program will be %  • red Un Jane SchoJman. essioni will Th' • k program for mem%  d non-members of the Westbrooke Country Club will include full cay Tuesday lay, and half-day ses'•-rs 3 : 2 to 6. 1 -aturday. HELD OVER by Popular Demand DiUDO HOTEL OFF BROADWAY THEATE* PRESENTS THE OUTSTANDING YIDDISH MUSICAL PLAY "MY SON AND I" STARRING WORLD FAMOUS ARTIST HERMAN YABLOKOFF BELLAMYSELL RIVKA REBEN ISIDORE LIPINSKY STAGED BY BARNARDO SAUER AT THE PIANO N r G E H N T E VF ^ s 1.00s 1.50s 2.00 AN EVENING AT THE DILIDO COMPLETE 6 COURSE DINNER ALL FOR IN THE DILIDO DINING ROOM 6-8 P.M. %  BROADWAY STAGE SHOW—IN j MEZZANINE 9-11 PJ*. V COCKTAIL IN NIGHTCLUB*SHOW t> FLUS DANCING 11:30-2 A.M. IN MOULIN ROUGE TAX WLIDO HOTEL OFF BROADWAY THEATER LINCOLN ROAD & OCEAN—MIAMI BEACH^"*""^ RESERVATIONS JE 8-0811 Tickets Now Available For Modern Stage Version ABIES IRISH ROSE With All Star Cast, TICKETS ON SAL! IN THE DiLido Hotl LOBBY Ce^t^? < it !Hn THE STARLIGHT BAR •The Romantic Bar uith a spectacular lieu o\ the glittering Gold Coast DORAL BEACH HOTEL ON THE (K.LAN AT Mill STREET RESERVATIONS. BENNI IE 1 JCOO 53B t : t UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEVITZKY, CONDUCTOR SUN. t MON., MAR. 31 -APR. 1, M.B. AUD. I DADE CO. AUD., 8:30 P.M. ISAAC STERN IN BEETHOVEN VIOLIN CONCERTO TICKET8 $1.75 to4.50 UM Sym Off., MO 1-4960: M.B. Aud.. JE 1-0477; Oad* County Aud.. H. 6-9230: Cordelia's. FR 3-5123; Allegro Music House, HI 4-8181; Jefferson Super Store, No Miami Bch wi 5-5211. LUXURIOUS NEW ACCOMMODATIONS Miami Beach DOG TRACK FIRST RACE 8:15 E M. GRANDSTAND ADMISSION SO* SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. LAST : { D AYS JACK CARTER A THOUSAND CLOWNS OPENS TUES., APRIL 2nd 'Broadway's Brightest, Wittiest Play!tin PATRICIA JEFFREY JOHN SMITH LYNN LASELL CLINTON SUNDBERG.HEDDIE BATES NncM by JOSEPH ANTHONY COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANTS 3500 MAIN HIGHWAY • MIAMI • HI 5-2581 THRILLS ONLY MAJOR LEAGUE JAI-ALAI' WORLDS FASTEST'SPORTI FOR RESERVATIONS! MIAMI WI 5-4345 Admission from FT. LAUOERDAIE BUSES: MIAMI, f— f\ J, AND HOLLYWOOD MIAMI BEACH *"^IJ G, WA 3-1511 FH 3-6371 DANIA PALACE $ JAIALAI WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PARIMUTUEL SHOWPLACE U.S. 1 at Dania Post Time 7:35 1



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Friday, March 29, 1963 ^Jenisli flcrkiirun Page 7-A Halt German Aid to Egypt-Israel EDWARD KLEIN ^lein Named To Dade Delegation Assistant State Attorney Edward S Klein ha." been appointed legal attache to the Dade County Senate delegation (or the forthcoming session of the Florida Legislature. Klein will take a leave of absence from his duties as chief prosecutor of Division B of the Criminal Court of Record for the Iwo-month legislative session. Klein is a former president of Sholem Lodge. B"nai B'rith, and the Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Association of Greater Miami. He is a member of the National District Attorneys A-ociation, Florida Pro-editor* A--ociation. and a member of the board of directors ol the Young Democratic Club of Dade County Continued from Page 1-A rCapon's <>i mass destruction' involving bacteria and radiation, re were unconfirmed reports %  the weapons development in-' eluded work on a cobalt bomb ihich, though not explosive, would ad enormous doses of deadly radiation over the target area. No such bomb is now known to exist In the arsenal of any nuclear powThe Parliamentary -term was bed nif by the arrests in Basle. zerland, of two alleged israi l; agents, Joseph Bengal, an Israeli, and Prof, otto Jukelik, an Austrian. They were arrested on' charges of allegedly Threatening a \\e~t German scientist among those in the Cairo group. They will be tried in May tor "illegal activities on behalf of a foreign state." The Knesset resolution appealed to "enlightened world public opinion" for aid and charged that the goal of the West German experts in Cairo was to "expose to destruction the State of Israel." The resolution warned that the Ger man people could not exempt themselves for responsibility for continuation of "this vile work." The vote was preceded by impassioned debate in which deputies of Herut, the Liberal Party, Mapam and Agudat Israel scathingly attacked the Bonn Government for disregarding the weapons work of its nationals in Egypt. Charges were made that the Israel Government had "appeased" West Germany because of its huge reparations payments. The work of the West German experts, labeled a continuation of the Nazi crimes against experts, was called a continuation of the Nazi crimes against not only Jews but humanity. "an evil crew" motivated by "hist for-ga4n" and "a Nazi inclination toward hatred of Israel and tor ti e destiuclion of Jews." She added it was no secret that "Ca ro serves today as the principal center and asylum for former Nazis." She also commented on the ar rests in Basle, asserting that Israel found it "difficult to understand some of the steps taken by the s.\ i > authorities," pr< ably a reference to Swiss plans to try the two arrested men The scientists were called "Hitler's emissaries preparing Nasser's final solution of the Jewish Problem." The United States Government was urged to take a j second look on what Egypt was | doing with its millions of dollars | in United States aid. Mrs. Meir, in calling for speedy West German government action, said that if new laws were needed for that purpose, "we demand that such measures be taken at j on.-e. The West German Government." she added, "cannot remain indifferent to the fact that 18 years after the fall of the Hitlerite regime we again find members of that people responsible for acts designed to destroy Israel within which survivors of the Nazi* holocaust have been gathered." She called the West German experts "conscienceless" men and Club Members To be Honored Final session of the season for the Miami Beach Zioni-t District v eekly Luncheon Club will take place on Wednesday noon at Waldmar.'s Hotel. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom. The luncheon will honor two club leader.-. Jacob C. Fishman. honorary chairman ol" the club, and for several years, chairman; and Dr. Morton J. Robbins, of Nashua. IN. H.. a winter resident of MiI ami Beach, and national chairman of the Zionist Youth CommisI sion. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will review the news, and there will be community singing. te "t> ht it : National Council ot Jewish Women elected Mrs. Joseph Willen, New York civic leader, as its president at its 70th anniversary biennial convention in Minneapolis on Wednesday. The action provided one of the highlights of the five-day meeting. Chug fvri to Meet Hebrew speaking group of North Miami Beach. Chug Ivri. will meet Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.. at Temple Ner Tamid. Program will feature a symposium on "The Bible and its Translations." Speakers will include Dr. Joseph S. Zuckerbram and Martin I. Taub. I 1501 BISCAVNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE! 'Good Turn 1 Day Jhis Weekend Starting this Saturday, thous ands of Boy Scouts, from Cubs to Explorers, will prepare for their annual "Good Turn" day by leaving Goodwill Industries clothing bags at homes throughout the county. When filled with repairable articles, these bags will furnish employment and income for handicapped men and women. p; Residents are asked to keep the bags for a week, tilling them with things no longer wanted of needed, such as clothing, shoes, small electrical appliances and small, hou-ehold items. The following Saturday, the Scouts, assisted by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, will pick up the filled bags. At the Goodwill Plant. 1130 NW 22nd St., the contents will be repa ire.l by handicapped workers and sold in the Goodwill stores, source of the workers wages. Non-, profit goodwill employed 368 handicapped men and women in 1962. 11 OvtV THE STORE WITH THE FLORIDA FLAIR ^ffc r V .7',"• % %  :3 : Nazi Indemnity i^hquiry Urged By Veterans Continued from Page 1-A unspeakable crimes through it* agents against those slaves. The transfer of the forme* *=arben stoek t tnterhandal, a Swiss Company, was described by London as "open to question and to a great deal of suspicioo, to say the least." London noted that members of his organization had repeatedly adopted resolutions asking the government not to yield on the issue of the controversial German claims. He pointed out that "This has been the unanimous position of the various veterans organizations." A request was registered by London "that the matter be reopened at least to the extent of a ; public hearingso that those op-,, posed mav be afforded a chance p ^ ., BARTONS tvmvii-.ucU %  1 to eiHreis their views. mmmmmm^ in'i'ii'4't for pnHsot-vr Passover Bobka, Old World kugelhopf with marbleized chocolate, vanilla with ground nuts, 1 lb. 6.oz., parve, |.!Ml Deluxe Passover Cookies baked according to rare recipes, 1 lb., parve, 2.25 Passover Bartonettes, Continental miniatures with luscious nuts, fruits, cordials, cremes, truffles. 1 lb. milk or parve, 2.1T Passover Petits Fours with rum, filbert, mocha, raspberry fillings, parve, 2.041 THE CANDY SHOP, first floor, miami, FR 4-7251, first floor, fort lauderdale, LO 6-9601 ,'",„. l: .' % % %  >• WH.-i %  -.'•



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rage 8-A +Jt*visti ncrkfiton Friday, March 29, 1963 MBMBMSttSi -.::*R9BWW" Archbishop Bringing Torah to Moscow \JL0 Hebrew Academy science students will be able to "look to he skies'" via a telescope given by David Popick (center). He's explaining how it works to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, orincipal of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, as Jack Popick. David's father, looks on. David made the telescope, ncluding grinding the lenses and constructing the mechansm. The telescope will be used for the newly-organized \cademy Astronomy Club conducted by JoBeph Ackner, head of the school's science department. Special Service At Beth David Some 300 guests attended the Shabbat at Home" following ser ices last Friday evening at Beth David conducted by Rabbi orman N. Shapiro. Mrs. David E. Parnes. Sisterhood lairman of •Judaism in the Home Committee," was in charge of the ogram. Presented by the primary de artment of the Religious School, le follow ins; students participat I: Debra Adler. Francine Berko itz, Ruth Bilsker. Marlon BailRichard Branerman, Ross ohl, Holly Davidson. Mona EisenVrg, Howard Feinberg. Elizabeth ordon, Richard Greene, Phyllis Hershowitz. Rebecca Kurtz, Larry Litvak. Roni Laskin. Cynthia Lubel, Danny Lei bow, Jerry Leibow, lark Levitt, Lisa MeU, Cynthia ; larkowitz. Steven JUerlin. Eddie farkowitz. Deborah Puder. Ben Plotkin. Linda Raskin. Joel Rosenfeld. Jacob Rachlin. Barbara Kachlin. Joan Rachear. Barry Rosenfield. Nathan Rosen. Carol Solomon. Natalie Segal. Gail Silver. Frada Swerdlin. Abra Shapiro. Ronald Sirull. John Sheikman. John Shepard, Wendy Traurig, Harold Tanenbaum Susan Waas. Martin Waas, Howard Zuckerman. Program was directed by Mrs. Alexander Steibel. and art work was under the supervision of Mrs John Lundblat. Pesach Holiday Symposium Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid held its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening in Sklar Auditorium of the Temple. Following the business agenda, a "Pesach Holiday Symposium" was conducted by Mrs. Eugene Labovitz. TRADITIONALLY KOSHFR Passover Seders Catered By HARFENIST in the DiLido Hotel APRIL 8th and 9th Conducted by the Eminent CANTOR MORDECAI YARDIINI WITH CHOIR ALSO TWO SEDERS IN HARFENIST RESTAURANT 1381 WASHINGTON AVENUE Miami Beach, Florida with POPULAR CANTOR AND CHOIR FOR RESERVATIONS CAll JE 3-2055 & JE 8-2058 CANTOR YARDEINI WttKLY RESERVATIONS AT HARFENIST TWO SEDERS AND 6 DINNERS —ALL FOR $40.00 Continued from Page 1-A HWaident of the Council, and chair man of the International Affairs Commission, who presided, also, announced that the Synagogue I Council had extended a formal Invitation to Rabbi Levin to visit | the United States with a delegation of Russian Jews. Archbishop Nikodim, who served as spokesman for the Soviet delegation, promised to convey the Torah and the greetings of the American Jewish community to Rabbi Levin on his return. The Russian clergymen represented the Russian Orthodox Church, the Armenian Church, The Evangelical-Christian-Baptist Union, and the Lutheran Churches of Estonia and Latvia. During a question period which followed the exchange of greetings. Archbishop Nikodim suggested that the Jews of the Soviet Union should bake their own matzoth. He pointed out that the halting of the baking of matzoth by the State bakeries also deprived the Russian Orthodox church of "kulik" (special Easter cakes). The Russian church leaders solved the problem by baking thenown "kulik," he said. Perhaps the Jewish 'community would adopt a "similar creative approach" to the problem, he added. Rabbi Adams pointed out, however, that the baking of matzoth was far more complicated than baking "kulik."' adding that "the Soviet Jews haven't the wherewitha lto bake their own matzoth." he added. One of the American rabbinical leaders asked the Soviet clergyman why it was possible for the Christian churches to organize national federations in the Soviet Union and not the Jews. Archbishop Nikodim agreed that there was no federation of synagogues in the Soviet Union, but that it was "not right" to say that they are not permitted to do so. All religious groups may form a "community," be registered with the government authorities, and be given the use of a building, at no cost, for religious services. "At the present time there is no council of synagogues, but I do not know why." he said. In reply to another question, Archbishop Nikodim said he favored reunion of families separated by war, but claimed that there was nothing he could do about it. "This is a problem of civil relationship," he said. "We do not take part in a technical handling of this matter." On the avaialability of prayer books and other religious articles, the Russian prelate said that his church—and others—were able to have religious books published in 1956 and he assumed, since "all religious groups were equal under the law." that the Jewish community could also have prayer books published. He was not aware of the closing of synagogues in the Soviet Union, and that he would ask Rabbi Levin about it when he returned. The Archbishop sought to reassure the rabbinical and Jewish communal leaders that there was no discrimination in the Soviet Union. "All religions are equal under the law.* and no religions are favoredby the government," he said. "At the pre-ent time Jews in our country occupy the highest positions." The Russian churchman, who also speaks Hebrew and showed at least a working knowledge of English, stressed the desire of the Russian delegation not only to strengthen relations between Soviet and American Christians, but to bring all the peoples of both countries closer together. The reception was opened with a greeting from Rabbi JuhuMark, president of the Synagogut Council. "We are naturally deep ly concerned over the problemconfronting our co-religionists, par ticularly since many disturbing reports have reached us concern Ing their plights." he said "It is our earnest hope that ;i clearer picture of the problem fating us as believers in God will emerge from your visit with u. and that we strengthen one an other in our common purpose i>: building a world in which all mei. live as brothers under God*s Path erhood." Rabbi Lowy to Officiate Temple Sinai of North Dade wil hold its annual Seder dinner or, Monday evening. Apr. 8. Serviceand ritual will be conducted b) Rabbi Daniel Lowy. 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Friday. March 29. 1963 *Jewlsii ncridKdun Page 9-A Adenauer Seeks Report on Charge Puxim king and queen are crowned at the annual carnival conducted by the teen-age clubs of the Miami Beach YMHA. Chi *en last weekend by their fellow "Y' ; members were Harrie" Abramson as queen and Martin Horowitz as king of the feM.ve occasion. So. African Jewish Leader Succumbs to Assassin's Bullet Continued from Page 1-A tt-t South African Government, e(>-essing sympathy on the --.gic death of a conscientious anci devoted judge, husband and father. The dastardly attack on his life came as a shock, and the death comes as a greater shock because it was hoped he would recover." Dr. Teddy Schneider, chairman o( the South African Jewish Board of I> puties, said that "the whole eonrstunity is distressed to hear ol the deatli of Judge Kupcr who was loved by all and whose patsihH will be mourned by everyone." Judye Kuper was the son of Johannesburg Jewish pioneers, a past chairman of the Jewish Board ol Deputies and of the Zionist Federation. He was appointed to the South African Supreme Court in 1955. He had also been president of the United Hebrew Congregation, and an honorary vice-president of the Israel United Appeal and the South African Jewish Appeal. BONN — (JTA) — Dr. Konrad Adenauer, West German Chancellor, this week requested a complete report on the activities of German scientists at work on Egyplian weapons programs. He sent his request to officials here from his vacation place at Caderabia. Northern Italy. Gunthcr von Hase, State SecreI tary of the (Government Information Office, declared that, accordI ing to information obtained by the : Government, the German scientistin Egypt are not at work on atomic, bacteriological or chemiI cal weapons. He said they were merely "assisting" in the produc! lion of ground rocKets or jet pro1-iiilsion instruments. At. present. ] he declared, there was doubt whether any legal steps could be taken against those scientists, but he said that the subject would be looked into. However, he' did not indicate what he meant by 'legal" steps. Dcr Spiegel, a Hamburg newsmagazine, has revealed details about the Egyptian rocketry program which resulted in the public exhibit, in July 1962, of Egypt's rockets. The weapons, stated the usually well-informed periodical, were developed by German and Austrian scientists brought to Egypt with the help of a Swiss agency known as I Meco—the Mechanical Corpora, i tion—which is an enterprise j headed by a 44-year-old Egyptian 1 armament millionaire, named Hassan Sayed Kamil. He holds a Swiss passport and is one of the most important agents for Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser, Der Spiegel said. torncys, received permission meanwhile from the Swiss authorities* to confer in jail with Joseph Bengal, the alleged "Israeli agent" arrested for "threatening" the daughter of a German nuclear scientist now working in Egypt on the development of non-conven-; tional weapons. Brunschwig, who is president of the Federation of Swiss Jewish Communities, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency he would visit Ren-Gal in the Lonhof Prison at Basle, probably in the company of Dr. Wieland. the Swiss public prosecutor.. The attorney could not see BenGal until now because, under Swiss law. a suspect in jail is not entitled to legal advice during the "first stage" of his interrogation by police. Brunschwig also represents Ben-Gal on another case—the demand by the German Government that he be extradited to West Germany for alleged "attempted murder" of still another German scientist at work on the Egyptian projects. Dr. Hans Kleinwaechter. So far, the attorney has not as yet been informed about what proof, if any. there is of Ben-Gal's involvement in the Kleinwaechter case. The Kleinwaechter attempt took place, presumably, at his home in Germany near the Swiss border last month. Under Swiss law, Ben-Gal must first be examined on the German charge by the Swiss police department and the Ministry of Justice. He can appeal the decision of these fgencies, if he findthem unsatis factory, to the Swiss Federal Court, the highest Judicial tribunal in this country. CONTINENTAL wa VI I 15! 15 S 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI LET US PREPARE THE FOOD FOR TOUR PASSOVER SEDERS TO tNJOY IN YOUR OWN HOME Call CA 6-1744 FOR FREE MENU AND PRICE LIST. 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Page 10-A *JenUti norMictr, Friday, March 29. 1963 Lipton Named To Anniversary UJA Committee Joseph M. Upton, \ ice president ol the Greater Miami Jewish Keel eration, baa been appointed to the national Unite Jewish Appeal mine for Community Activ m observance of the i .i.v..'.'jt'i anniversarj Lipton will be Joining a group o! nationally prominent lea era <> i ill.' committee, whose honorary chairman is Sen. Herbert II Lehman. Lipton has been a key figure in Miami's civic and philanthropic affairs for many years, A pasl eneral chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, and ;i past cochairman of the Initial Gifts Committee, he has also been a mem ber of the Board of Governors and the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation since its inception. President of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Lipton has also received maany awards for his community services, including the Outstanding Citizen's Award Coral Chapter Theatre Party Over 50 life members of Coral Chapter, American Medical Center at Denver, will attend the Co eonut Grove Playhouse on Wednesday. Apr. 10. for a matinee performanee of "Mary. Mary." Reservation* chairman for the theatra party ia Mrs. Philip Plak^. I fe membership chairman. Proceeds Going To Betti Shirch Proceeds from the musical comi dy, "Be My Guest," written and staged by Lillian LUirak. will t.. the Temple B.-lh Shirah building fund. To be presented a.uain on Saturday and Surday at the Flagler Granada Auditorium, the revue features Wynne Lapin and Dorothy Roth and a chorus including 15 members of Beth Shirah. ol B'nai Brilh, Outstanding Service Award of the Red Cross, and outstanding Service Award of Mt. Sinai Hospital, among others. On a recent tour of inspection of Miami Heart ney Ansin, and Mrs. Tonni Hicks, director of Institute are (from left) Joseph Weintraub, who nursing. Mr. Ansin is a new member of the has just been elected to the nospital's executive Institute's board, committee, Mrs. Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs. SidSwiss Say Bonn Asked for Extradition Continued from Page 1-A into halting work on the Egyptian missile porgram. A group of West German scientists are working in Egypt on weapons forbidden by international law. Swiss police also claimed that Miss Boerke and her family were threatened by the two "Israeli agents." Dr. Burkhard denied a Tel Aviv %  p ort to the effect that IQSE Goerke had "provoked" the two rested men. He said the claim vas groundless. "We didn't like do what we are doing," the state %  prosecutor said at the press conference, "and in particular we don't like that it should be thoucht that whatever we do may help the Egyptians and the German Nazis now working for them. But we are under a legal obligation to act as we have acted. This is a matter of basic principle for us." The Swiss prosecutor told the ; newsmen at the press conference that only Bengal had threatened Heidi Goerke .and that he was also in possession of a gun. He also : asserted that Prof. Jukelik had been known to be in the vicinity of two German scientists who previously had been involved in sim*>— 'fifstal f\.ooi OF THE 11 Lombardv Holel Reservations Now Being Accepted for 9-Day Period 3 Meals Daily. Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILY RESERVATIONS Cantor Julius Rosenstein WILL OFFICIATE AT SEDERS SAND-ELL !" CATERERS cmm.wmt y N $.77^ OR MR. SEGAL J Couple to be Honored Evening Torah service at Temple Beth Am this Friday will honor Joseph Motion. Brotherhood president, and Mis Molten, who served as Temple secretary for three years, prior to their departure for an assignment and extended trip to Europe. uiumuL !" !" TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER Monday. April 8, at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz of Temple Beth Sholem $10 per person For reservation*, call FR 1-0781 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA ilar incidents. They were Dr. Hans Kleinwachter. whose kidnaping was attempted in February,' and Prof. Heinz Krug. whose disappearance was reported last September and who was "presumably kidnaped." Dr. Burkhard said. Swiss newspapers struck back at Israeli press condemnation of the arrests of the two alleged agents, particularly the charge that the Swiss were aiding the West Germans to protect the Egyptian weapons development program. The influential French-language Tribune de Levant asserted that Switzerland "rejects" the "unfounded charge," and it added that the Swiss were well acquainted with "the methods of Israeli agents as far as German scientists are concerned." 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Friday. March 29, 1963 • 'Jewisfi fforftflF*" Page 11 A ISSUES MORAL APPEAL' TO PEOPLE Bonn States Position on Scientists Off to the opening of the new Dan Carmel Hotel in Haifa, Israel, are two Miami Beach couples. Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Blank and Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. They will olso vacation in Greece, Italy, Spain and France before flying back to Miami. Blank is vice president of National Brands, and Dr. Frehling is a well known surgeon here. They are shown at Idlewild before boarding a TWA Superjet to London, which was their first stop before Tel Aviv. STANLtY SP/ElfR Spieler to Chair JCC Installation Stanley Spieler has been appointed chairman of the installation dinner dance to be conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Community center on Sunday evening, Apr. 7. ;it Miami Springs Villas, it was announced by A. Budd Cut ler. Center president. The function will feature the installation of officers and board numbers of three branches of the Center. Spieler is a vice president of the Center, and is now completing a two-year term as president Of the Miami Branch. Serving with him on the planning committee for the event are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Katzman, Mrs.Herschel Rosenthal, Dr. Jack Amazon. Aaron Cold, and Mrs. Donald Reiff. The evening will begin with a reception at 6:30 p.m. Dinner is scheduled for 7:15 p.m. Music will be provi led for dinner and dam I BONN — (JTA) — The West German Government this week confirmed here that it had reC|iieste.l Switzerland to extradite two alleged "'Israeli agents"—Joseph Ben-Gal, an Israeli citizen, and Dr. Otto Jukelik. an Austrian I —who had been detained in Baste en charges ot ••threatening" the daughter of a German rocket scientist working in Cairo. Reports from Switzerland said, however, that sources close to the Swiss Government indicated that they thought it unlikely that the request of the West German Government would be granted. At Lausanne. George Brunschwig, attorney for Ben Gal, announced that, if the Swiss Cabinet api proves the request for sending Ben-Gal back to Germany, he would appeal the case to the Swiss Federal Court. State Secretary Guenther von Hare, speaking on behalf of the Bonn Government at a press conference here, declared: "It can not be ascertained with certainty whether the information is correct that German technicians in Egypt cooperate in producing and developing rockets to be used for aggression. At any rate, this is not done with the Executive Club Elects Seltzer Samuel L. Seltzer, president of Since coming to Miami Beach the Mercantile National Bank, was from Chicago in I960, Seltzer has ,. ... ,,, .. „ taken an active part in CIVIC at as l "' s ""'" 1 '" ,,K ,ML fairs of the community. He is cur utives Club of Miami Beach lasl n „ c !i ., memDer ()1 the board of Friday al a dinner at the Deauville directors of the Miami Beach Hotel, Chamber ol Commerce. 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Facing a ban v.' ,; i questions at the 30-minut( nre*. 1 c nlerc ce, the Federal official said he wished to repeat a "moral appeal" which Wesl G i h a na le to its citizct s -e. 1i J lime in t' e past. He -lid: "The Government xpects all C. rman natio als si tying abroad to act in a way which Joes not harm the Federal Republic of Germany." lie Indicated acute tension in the Middle Fas'." between Israel and the Arab Nations was a factor in preventing West Germany from making any overture now to establish diplomatic relations with Israel, suggested this "might beigl tension Dr. Heinrich von Brentar.3 floor leader of the Christian Democratic Union in the German Bundestag, and former Foreign Minister, meanwhile told the National Press Club in Washton that, while he personally disapproved of German scientists working on nuclear missiles in Egypt, there was no legal basis for the German Government to interfere with such private overseas work by German nationals. 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rcnm crPage 12-A Vrtimr. March 29, 1963 r rterorm MODIS I old Movement Has Added New Commandment to Judaism ARCHITECT'S VIEW OF NEW TEMPLE MENORAH REMODELING PROJECT. Groundbreaking Fete Sunday Will Unfold $250,000 Temple Menorah Remodeling Groundbreaking ceremony will lake place on Sunday evening at Temple Menorah. Maurice Revitz, president, has announced. The Conservative Temple, which unveiled S250.000 remodeling plans at a Bar Mitzvah banquet earlier in the year, is now ready to move ahead with construction to begin early in the Spring. The Sundav program on the front lawn of the Temple will be followed by a ceremony in the present sanctuary. During a musical program. "The Temple is a Vision," members who pledged at the Bar Mitzvah banquet will be! publicly honored for making the' remodeling program possible. Cantor Edward Klein and the Temple choir wilL participate in the ceremony, with the Temple's spiritual leader. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. officiating. j Designed by Architect Morris Lapidus, this latest building phase will increase the Temple's ciip.ic ty by 25 percent during the High Holy Days, with portable walls which may be removed. The classrooms will be remodeled with accoustical tile, special ;>ir-conditioning and lighting facilities. Following the groundbreaking I ceremony in the Sanctuary, the i membership will gather for a soc-, ial, with Lapidus as guest speak-1 er. Leonard Solomon, Lou De Coveny and Sol Frankel, co-chairmen of the Temple's building committee, will be present to answer questions regarding the future building program. Committee members assisting will be Joseph Denmark, Himen Fenster, Herman Kooperman. Joseph Mansbach, Sam Schiffman, Saul Strachman, Charles Sommer. Maurice Weil and Rubin Zerlin. Leonard Rosen and Lou Reinstein, co-chairmen of the building fund committee, will acknowledge all contributors who have made the building possible. Beth Torch Youth Eye Passover Students of the Beth Torah Congregation Harold Wolk Religious School are anticipating Passover through a series of Sedorim during the week of Apr. 1 to 7. PTA of the Religious School, through its holiday vice president, Mrs. Nat Glazier, will provide the settings for the occasion. To provide every student with a part in the festival, the Sedorim will be held on a grade and class level under the leadership of Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. A meeting in Daytona Beach Tuesday of the Southeast Association of the Central Conference of American Rabbis heard a noted Jewish scholar advance the idea that Reform Judaism has promulgated "a new commandment." Dr. Alvin J. Reines. of Cincinnati, told the rabbis of five states at their annual Association meeting in the Riviera Motor Motel that what Reform Judaism has been saying to modern man can be summed up in the commandment, "Thou Shalt be Free." Dr. Renes, a professor of Jewish Philosophy at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, stressed the view that "Reform Judaism believes human existence to be grounded in freedom, that freedom is a Godgiven condition for the full realization of man's life and potentialities in the universe." "It is for this reason." he declared, "that Reform Judaism sees itself as a spiritual mainstay and religious foundation for political democracy and the free society." Reform Judaism, Dr. Reines told the rabbis, "is a religion that rejects the ideal of totalitarian and authoritarian rule held by other religions as a very first and most basic article of faith." "Unlike such religions," he stated, "Reform Judaism does not see human self-rule as symptomatic of unredeemed existence; rather. Reform Judaism accepts and fosters the idea and ideal of full freedom for both the individual and the group." The Central Conference of American Rabbis is the rabbinical arm of the Reform branch of Judaism, with a membership of over 800 spiritual leaders in the United States and Canada. Its Southeast Association is made up the Reform rabbis of Alabama. Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and those in Chattanooga and Knoxvillc. Tennessee. PALMER "Miomi's Only Jewish Monument Builders" SlD H. PALMER Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To live i Heerti We leave Behind... Ii to live Forever. l',12T? #113*0 Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1963 Mf. Sinai Cemetery MORRIS BAIDA, 11 a.m. Rabbi Tifinr H Sti I ROBERT JACOBSON, 1 a.m. Rabbi Samuel MenAtlowiH MAX C. HELMAN. 3 p.m. Rev. Mono MouoKits "May Their Souk Rtrou in Eternal Peace'" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Strejejl HI 4-0921 fhon.i HI 4-0922 EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT OUR NEW COLE SLAW AND OTATO SALAD YOU HAVE NEVER TASTED ANYTHING BETTER!! 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kday. March 29. 1963 +Jewlst> fir rid inn Page 13-A Dr. Prinz to Discuss Status of Jews In Germany at AJCongress Meet Tuesday (&* DI. JOACHIM MNl fFhk.*nts >of-tavry in Weft Germany today will be among the topics to be discussed by Dr. Joachim Prinz, recently reelected president of the American Jewish Congress, at a special gathering in the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Tuesday evening. Admission is by reservation only, available from the American Jewish Congress, Congress Building, Miami. Dr. Prim, a leading rabbi in Berlin from 1925 to 1*37, rvifrt-Wt Germany in 1967, irB! will report on what ha four/ there. He was among the first to prophesy the outcome of Hitler's rise to power, and he continued to speak fearlessly on the issue until expelled by the Nazi regime. He came to the United States at the suggestion of the late Dr. Stephen S. Wise and was named spiritual leader of the Temple B'nai Abraham, Newark, N.J., where he still serves. Dr. Prinz is the author of "The Delemma of the ^lodern Jew," recently published by Little, Brown and Company. Last year, he' headed a delegation of 500 Amer-; &f carrJews'to a symposium 1r> jefto-! salem in which Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion of Israel participated. The Iraeli Prime Mini ister paid tribute to the leadership of Dr. Prinz in a testimonial last fall marking the Rabbi's 60th birthday. Dr. Prinz will be introduced by Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Beth Sholom Congregation, a vice president of the American Jewish Congress and president of its Southeast Regional organization. toc/Vef Experts Anger German Press I) -{LSRUHE — (JTA) — The f< German public prosecutor las disclosed this week to have Istil ited proceedings against "unsown persons" in connection with i leath in Cairo of live persons | led and seven severely injured iro from explosives sent to \, German scientists working I injuries and deaths ockrred when parcels addressed to p ientista exploded on opening. %  arcels and a letter were revived in Cairo from a Hamburg address. The letter rey was addressed to Dr. Wolfgang Pilz, a West German rocket expert who disappeared from Munich last year. A German woman secretary in Cairo lost an eye when she opened a letter addressed to one of the German rocket experts working for the Egyptian Government. The Stuttgart Zeitung. one of West Germany's leading dailies, meanwhile warned this week that "not a single German rocket expert" should be responsible for "producing weapons against the Jewish people." The editorial declared, in the State Dep't. Giving Top Priority to Soviet Bigotry Continued from Page 1-A t-v< doubts about the authenticity e charges against Russian in alleged economic trials, i department official wrote, and ided that it appeared tnat A> were receiving "a dispropor | amount of condemnation and victimization" in the Soviet drive against private speculation in Russia. "The highest levels of the Soviet Government have been told of our concern over this problem and efforts made to arrange meetings with representatives of American Jewish organizations," he added, noting that "unfortunately, these efforts have been of little avail thus far." He repeated earlier statements that the Department felt that official United States intervention on behalf of Soviet Jews could give the Soviets a chance to emphasize anti-Jewish charges, such as frequent Soviet Government accusations that Soviet Jews were "under the supposedly sinister influence of foreign governments, including the United States." This was the reason, he added, that the United States supported action through the United Nations and "stressed the important role of private organizations and Individuals in bringing such persecution to the notice of world opinion ." developing controversy over the presence of West German scientists and technicians in offensive weapons development in Egypt, that the West German Government "should not hesitate publicly to put this question" to the scientists "before it is morally compelled to do so." Prof. Otto Jukelik. the Austrian citizen arrested with an Israeli at Basle recently on charges of having "threatened" a German scienti-t employed on Egypt's program for development of non-conventional weapons against Israel, has been registered officially in this country as a "counselor" for the Egyptian Government, federal police disclosed here this week II was also announced here that Prof. Jukelik was visited in jail by the Austrian Consul-General at Basle, after Switzerland formally j notified the Austrian Embassy of i the arrest. Police here said that Prof. Jukelik "never had any conflict with the law." Senior Citizens Elect Officers Officers of the Senior Citizens Association of Miami Beach were elected this week. They are: Mrs. Lena Mintzer, president; | Dr. Hyman Rosenkranz, Mrs. Louis Applebaum and Mrs. Ann I Hauser, vice presidents; Joseph i Dube, treasurer; Mrs. Pauline Thurston, financial secretary; Mrs. Hanna Spiro, recording secretary; Mrs. Rose Laufrouben, corresponding secretary; Harry E. Kamp. legal director; and Ted Heller, executive board chairman. Trustees are Mrs. Max Goldhag en. Harry Stempel, and Harry Aus-1 tin. Committee chairman include | Louis Applebaum, blood bank; Max Goldhagen, membership; | Mrs. Amy Haber, grievance and publicity; Mrs. Molly Moll, re-1 freshments; and Abe Glass, ways and means. Installation of the slate is scheduled for Tuesday evening, Apr. 23, | at the Algiers Hotel. "MA NISH-TANAW?" Is there a Jew who docs not know the significance of this time-honored question, and the ancient tradition of its answer? What greater nachas does the observant Jew enjoy than the deep-rooted pleasure of having the youngest son ask on Seder night: "Why, father why is this night distinguished Irom all other nights?" What a deep feeling of pride we have in the memory of the day when we, as children, were first privileged to ask this question of our father! Thousands of years of tradition lie behind the answer he gave us because our history as a free people began with Passover. Only after the Exodus came the Tablets with the Ten Commandments; then came our Torah and the Laws that have guided us during the centuries; and then came our Sages who transmitted this sacred heritage to us. Before the first Passover we were a family ... a family of the Twelve Tribes; it was after the Exodus that we became a nation ... a People Of The Torah unswerving and undaunted in our rendezvous with destiny, dedicated to the service of G-D and humanity. Little wonder that Passover is fraught with such inspiring significance. Why does the youngest son ask The Four Questions? It is not mere chance that our Sages decreed that the youngest member of the family be given the honor of asking The Four Questions; in their infinite wisdom the Sages realized that the preservation of PESACH depended upon its transmission from father to son. Thus each father repeats the same answer year after year, century after century, so that we may keep the meaning of Pesach alive in our hearts, and not merely as words in a book. Just so we Streits accepted from our father the sacred trust of baking matzos. For half a century in this blessed land we have been privileged to bake Passover matzos for our fellow Jews. We are grateful to possess this coveted trust ... to observe the rigid precepts of Kashruth which go with it. We are proud to bake Shmurah Matzo that the most pious, most learned, most reverent Jew and "Kol Yisroel", all our brethren ... may confidently use for the Ahkomen. With every Jewish father who breaks the Afikomen and bestows it piece by piece upon his shining-faced brood, we share a historic gladness; from every Jew who graces his Passover table with our matzos we derive a kovod more precious to us than the gold of Ophir. May we in all humility say this: The House of Streit has been blessed with good fortune; through the years our ovens have been busy; trucks, trains and boats have carried our products to every corner of the world wherever there are Jews; many, many are the "daily"' Kosher products that bear our name. But they are all secondary to the true purpose of our continued existence the observant and traditional baking of Passover matzos ... that continuity of obligation handed down to us, father to son, father to son, father to son! And this is what we learned from our father, Aron Streit, of blessed memory the mandate of Kashruth, the unbowing fidelity to correctness, the traditional family formula responsible for the unmatched taste and quality of Streit matzos. This precious heritage from our father we are proud to pass on to our children, even unto the youngest grandson who, on this coming Passover, will historically inquire: "MA NISH-TANAW...?" How happily, proudly, thankfully will we answer him! Jack and Irving Streit for THE STREIT FAMILY ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE It I, you, protection against Imitations-your guarantee of excellence In flavor, texture and quality. Look for the word "Switzerland" on the Swis. Che... you buy...ohunk or aliced... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland HAS EVERYTHING KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Under Rabbinical Supervision of RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK and RABBI CHAIM BIALIK ^U^£*^ ^ 4BF *. ttrtfr made by AWN STREIT. 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?rge 14-A fJewisti FhridNatn Friday. March 29. 1963 = {Is s Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN About the Man Who Tried to Convert a Mass Murderer THE STRUGGLE FOR A SOUL. By William L. Hull. MS pp. New York: Doobleday. $3.50. "| HAVE never lost touch with God." Adolf Eich rnann repeatedly insisted to the Reverend William L. Hull during the fourteen visits by the missionary made at Israel's Ramleh Prison. Hull, an "evangelical fundamental" Christian who has spent twenty-seven years in Israel and written two books. "The Fall and Rise of Israel" and "Israel—Key to Prophecy." requested that he be allowed to minister to Eichmann alter hearing him state during the trial that his father had been a presbyter in the Evangelical Christian Church community; he was also concerned that Israel should garner no ChrisHan criticism, by seeming to refuse Eichmann a spiritual advisor. He hoped to "save his soul" by bringing him to belief in Jesus Christ as his Savior. Accompanied by Mrs. Hull, who acted as inter prater, Hull made the twice-weekly visit with Eichmann's consent in April and May of 1962; he was with the Nazi (still unsaved) at his execution on May SI, and was one of five men who signed the official Hebrew document testifying that they saw the ashes of the cremated Eichmann scattered on the sea. The book is the verbatim report of their dialogues and letters, plus the thoughts of the two missionaries after each meeting. "I will not read the Old Testament." Eichmann first asserted. "It is nothing but Jewish stories and fables." Although he agreed to read it. he remained adamant on most other points: Hull was never able to bring him to guilt and the attempt to convert him failed. As he puts it. Satan retained Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Case of Vital Interest to Americans Abroad their some citizen AmeriWashin N ow BEFORE the courts is case of vital concern to Amor j ican residents of Israel, pertaining Id loss of United States citi zenship for continuous residenceI abroad. The case tests the 195:| Mei arran Walter Immigration anc Nationality Act provisions which I within the last ten years caused I naturalised Americans to lose ship. Among those expatriated were can Jews living in Israel. Denaturalization actions against others are in various stages of process. Loss of citizenship is decreed, for instance, if a naturalized American born in Palestine returns to Israel and resides there for three years. If a nat uralized American lives abroad for five years in a country other than the land of his birth, it means loss of citizenship. The United States Supreme Court has just sent back to a special three-judge Federal Court for a hearing a case challenging the constitutionality of these provisions. The High Court ruled that the Tower Court should hear the constitutional arguments raised in the case of Mrs. Angela L. SchneidUN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Concern About Nasser K' EEN OBSERVERS HERE are watch the new developments in the Middle Bast with a good deal oi conicern. Col. Nasser, the dictator of Egypt, has risen once again from the ashes un ler which it seemed tor a lime, his am bitions [or leadership oi the Arab hege iT.ony w as buried. Nasser has a knack for comeback Remen ber 1965. when Israel licked him .n me binal, but France and Britain bowed to him and e came out victorious, with the help of the United States and its manipulation of votes at the United Mans plus pressure on its major European allies'.' One • calls also that, although Nasser's desire for recognition the leader of the Afro Asian bloc drew a clinker, he -as nevertheless set himself up as the most powerful the Arab rulers, able to maintain his own regime's Stability. Taking these, and other factors into account. r.e cannot dismiss too glibly the more recent developments. First there was a revolution. Nasser-inspired, in Yemen. Then came Iraq. Syria followed. Now Nasser bringing pressures on Jordan and Saudi Arabia. There talk of a possible move for unity, at least on the miliary plane, among five Arab states—Egypt. Syria. Iraq. Algeria and the so-called republican forces of Yemen, once such unity is established, the first drive would lobably be toward whipping Jordan and Saudi Arabia .nto line. Once Egypt 1 got its toe into Jordan — he entire issue becomes of immediate concern to Israel. Israel circles here are. in fact, saying almost nothing for publication. The problem of possible increase of "tensions in the Middle East is not merely an Israeli problem. Some people here are worried not only about Nasser and the possible Arab unity toward an anti-Israeli crusade, but also about the manner in which the United states seems to be too willing to continue to support Nasser. The Egyptian dictator is still talked of by Americans as a plus factor in the war against Communism. The fact that, in both Iraq and in Syria, there is a campaign on to wipe out domestic Communism, is meaningless. The USSR has never hesitated betraying its own domestic pals n any country for the sake of larger moves on the international level. Let an anti-Israeli war break out, and Moscow would be the first to offer arms to the Arabs. ven il the) put every local Communist before a firing mad. who was deprived of American citizenship after three years' residence in Germany, she Is a native oi Germany. Mrs. Schneider became an American citizen through derivatiVe naturalisation In i9">o. She resided here continuously from 1939 to 1954. In 1956. v hen she married a German lawyer, she went to live in Germany. Her two sons, born in Germany, were registered as Americans. In 1957. she came to the United States for a six-week visit which the lower courts did not consider a sulficicnt break in the continuity of her foreign stay. The principle to be established in the Schneider case applies to Israel. The decision will affect many students. Yeshiva youths, aged persons, hospital patients, kibbutz farmers without funds, and others who sufler a special hardship by being forced to make costly trips back to America to retain their citizenship. The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a Friend of the Court" brief in the Supreme Court to challenge Mrs. Schneider's loss of citizenship. The ACLU termed the denaturalization drive an "encroachment upon the rights of American citizens" guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment. ;.nd an "unconstituional discrimination which was neither contemplated nor favored by the draftsmen of the Constitution." The brief argued that constitutionally "there is Only one category" of American citizen-; that the naturalization envisioned by the Constitution was one "which when validly achieved would place the naturalized citizen on an equal footing with the native born:" and that "Congress has no power to discriminate against naturalized citizens by depriving them of their citizenship under circumstances which would not result in such loss bj native born citizens." In support Of its arguments, the AC1 l cited the provision of the Fourteenth Amendmi all persons horn or naturalized in the United an American citizens Article Two ol the Constitution puts but one carefully delined limitam upon the rights of naturalized citizensinelij ihility for the office of President. "No other diUnctions between native ami naturalized Amen cans." said the ACLU. "are constitutionally prop< r." Earlier in American history, naturalized citizens were granted all the privileges ol the native born, in 1859, under President Buchani n, and again in 1873, under President Grant, the equality of rights oi native and naturalized citizens was reasserted. Off the Record: control The Spinoza-quoting Eichmann was unable to accept Hulls dogma that salvation a possible only through belief in Jesus Christ, and that there fore some two billion unbelievers in the world are "all lost." As interesting as the book Is m its semi-morbid way it is difficult for Jews, whose religious orientation is toward a good life rather than a good death to respond to Hulls concern. Hull's insistence that "you will not be judged for your deeds, but only for your faith (in Jesus Christ)" is, if not repugnant, Simply meaningless to Jews. Taking the book on its own terms, however, one might lind some of the psychological revebitions—both ef Eichmann and ol Hull—of more value Eichmann's obvious reliance on authority and response to firmness and orders is significant, as was his pretentious use of long words in an attempt, the chief warden suggested, to seem more educated Eichmann's statement that he was regretful, but would not now say he was sorry because "they will pounce on thai and say. Where there is sorrow there is guilt'." Is perhaps the major key to a psychological understanding of the man. Hull himself displays a curious naivete and insensitivity to the real issues. There appears to be something lacking in his logic oJ human relations when he can say "Jews do not need to feel inferior as a 'ace because Ol the activities of an Eichmann Eichmann's actions against Jews were inspired bj Nazi policy rather than by a personal anti-Semitic bias." Hicomments in general seem to nidi cate a honest heart rather than the incisive intellect which was reeded for his purposes, or indeed for any purposeregarding the soul ol Adolf Eichmann. foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Music Festival No. 3 ISRAEL IS GETTING ready for the third music festival Which will open in Jerusalem on July 1G and which, if oneis to judge by the program. promises to be a colortul event indeed. Unlike in. the past, the ap pearancea Ibis year will not be limited to the three major towns of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa, but will be "spread out" over the country in order to enable larger attendance. The ininnn r ol CO, certs has been increased lo till as com: re i with 43 given last year The h-t of famous artists included in the program ia long and imposing one. Isaac stern. Eugene Istonun 1.1 mard Rose will perform as a trio and render two concerts—one devoted to Beethoven and one comprising works h\ Mozart, Brahms and Schubert. The British composer William Walton will conduct the Israel Phil. onic Orchestra, rendering his "The Feast of Belshazzar.' The pianisl Rosalyn Turek will play and conduct two Bach concertos and give Bach recital. The New York "Pro Music" ensemble will perform. i the baton oi its founder *oah Greenberg, giving 13th. uth and 15th century musu-. Jennie Tourel will i ar in a concert ol the Ri mat Can Symphony Orchestra, which i~ no.\ touring thi i S.A Jan Peerce, Hilda ek, Laurel Ht-rley, Charles Anthony and others will appear in a fendition ol "Fidelio," conducted by William Steinberg.. An innovation this year will be the inclusion in the ram of liturgical (cantoral) music and here loo w find famous names Moshe Koussevitzky, Yaakov Barkin, and Morris Gentchov, who will appear in a joint performance, By NATHAN ZIPRIN About ZOA and 'Superior' Jewish Intellect THE LEADERS of the ZOA have p long been looking for an elfec tive vitamin that would revive the dormant and the indifferent in tin organization who in the past lew years have been day-dreaming on past accomplishments to the obvious detriment of the ZOA and I In Zionist movement as well. Thev have apparently now found the gf answer—in the decision to hold the next convention in Israel. Never in the history of the ZOA has there been such mass interest in a convention. Our ancients said that the Holy City would expand to accommodate the pilgrims that came to its soil. If all the ZOAniks who wish to go to the convention are to be accommodated, Jerusalem again will have to demonstrate its miraculous capacity for expansion. The disproportionate accomplishments of Jew ish stu 'cuts in all fields of intellectual and scientlfic endeavor,is one of those mysteries for which apparently there is no ready answer. Is it Jewish drive, a term our best friends employ usually in a derogatory sense? Is it a product of keen competition, since the Jew must make a greater compititive effort lo achieve the same end as a nonJew? Is it reflection on our Jewish tradition of respect for learning and knowledge? Certainly it is not due to Jewish superiority in the mystic or mysterious or even anthropological sense. As my good friend. Dr. Samuel Margoshes. remarked in one of his columns, the "theory of superiority and inferiority of races and of jwoples has long been knocked in a cocked hat." So has the notion that Jews have a monopoly on studiousness. What accounts for the enigma presented by the disproportionately high number of Jewish Nobel Prize-winners? 1



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Friday. March 29, 1963 •, #PH'# nprfrtfar) Page 15-A rael Was in Tough Spot on South Africa Vote By JOSHUA H. JU5TMAN forbade UN members to establish L-..,-,, .„.,. ^„„ diplomatic relations with Spain be JERUSALEMJTA)One of ;( ause of hcf ties w (h ,£, Axjj major points heatedly discuss-1 powers durmj Wor d Wgr n< Thc during the recent foreign pol, sracl dc ion debate in the Knesset was Is( (| wi|h ^ H's vote in the UN in support Jewigh communities [the draft resolution ^calling for initiation of sanctions against was then floodletters from in Spanish Morocco and Tangiers beseeching her to support the draft resolution 5. e !T !" ,' (lln Peking the restoration of thc inlernational status of thc Franco regime. Since then the dilemma has, • e 0f J*25*5: 52J..52 qite naturally, grown and been extended to wider and more complex areas. when statin, that the apartheid policy "touched the very soul of the African countries." What could Israel's response t that test have been? Surely, there is no defense for the stubbornness with which South Africa clings to her policy of racial discrimination. Israel raised her hand in the votes for the sanctions resolution; surely she could not have but thought Of the uncomfortable position may place the Jewish Community there. But what was the alternati both from the moral and practic.. It was not with a light heart that point <)1 view? a: the Security Council take up question of South Africa's ox Is.on from the United Nations. position benches, who criticized stand taken by the Isrcal delelion, voiced support for or in way tried to justify the racial Elimination of South Africa's itheid policy. The condemnaot that policy was unanimous without reservations. How-. some questioned the UN's >ral right to adopt such stern isures in the case of South rica, while closing its eyes lo ler and at least as grave eoni-ntions of human rights; for %  ance the official practice of Ivory in Saudi Arabia. ly be a partner to hypocrisy? n't it a fact, they argued that ose who voted for the extreme aft resolution included almost of the totalitarian countries ile those who either voted fca-nst it or abstained, comprismost of the democratic states? Iiy, they asked, could not Is;l have followed the path takby the U.S. or Sweden which by no means be charged Ith condoning racial discrimibtion? In her reply to the criticism. Foreign Minister Golda Meir said it would have been against Jewish morality for Israel not to have raised her voice against a "shameful iniquity." Mrs. Meir also emphasized that South Africa's apartheid policy was a matter that touched the very soul of the African countries. It is indeed hard to contest the view that on an issue Involving racial discrimination Israel could not have but taken a clear and unequivocal stand; nor can one disregard the practical side of the issue the aspect of Israel's relations with the African states, The friendly relations and close and growing cooperation with these countries which Israel has developed over the years constitute an achievement the significance and importance of which can hardly be overestimated. It is a friendship tested against the incessanl pressures of the Arab states and based jides, in determining her poston genuine mutual interest and should Israel not have taken understanding. It demunst'ates consideration .he ties ol close '* n!v '"<' ^P-'ecat on of he kidship that bind her with South Afric;,n l eo ff^. £ JMS tea, the friendship and assist%  %  f? nde j J "> !" L *S extended b> south Africa to %  %  "e motives underlying i Zionist cause throughoul the ;" •'< ht !" s .Jf" %  sin "' r ", y h J irs and to the State of Israel el identification with their its establishment? And last aspirations. not least, should no considerIt is the trust in that sincerity n have been given to the inthat constitutes the cornerstone of ol the Jewiah community tho Israel-African lies and that has *South Anna, which, by Israel's on more than one occasion brought has been placed in a very unmany of these African states to, table position'' i. el's Bide "n issues Of the Israel% deed, It ras Ihe latter pom. Arab conflict, constituted the crux of the whether and to what ties rest and which have broken frustrated all the Arab efforts to e raised: wnetner ana to wnai undermine the basis on which these nt must Israel, in adopting a Of policy on the international ,h <\ *** '. ,f anhnosity andjmycott la. take into account its posseffect on the well-being of the Irish communities directly or inpetty involved. ie dilemma la not a new one recall Israel was faced with loon after her joining the UN \t), at the Third General Assemit was proposed to rescind an lier Assembly resolution which with which Mr. Nasser & Co. have tried to strangle the State of Israel and isolate her on thc international arena. It is quite obvious why the African states view the stand taken vis-a-vis South Africa's apartheid policy as a testing stone for the ; r friends. Surely, Mrs. Meir did not exaggerate fazi Victims' Bank Accounts 'o be Liquidated by Swiss BW YORK f JTA) — An eatiThe accounts, identified only by 1501 o i in numbers have been dormant -.nee I bj Nazi victims, most Ihe end of World War ll .Many Jewpom were Jews later annihilatish victims of Nazism are known to %  v the Nazis, will soon be read to surviving heirs, under Islation recently adopted EHe s. iss Parliament, il wai kneed here by the Swiss Conic. \NUMITED SOFT WATER ONE FLAT RATE 4DSAY WATER CONDITIONING HI 8-4633 ^^W^SAa^A^ ranada 1015 MMIDIAN AVC MIAMI BEACH YEARLY $ 151 BASIS Her Kiunni Per Person Double Occ Including KOSHER MEALS DAILY Eve and Terry Sponder Phone JE 1-0496 have deposited in such numbered accounts much monej as well as insurance policies, .stocks and deeds, to keep these valuables from confiscation by the Hitler regime. Numbered accounts have not been identific I publicly by name under the secrecy law lor Swiss banks I passed in 1937. 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vyo o-^ Pcge 16-A fjmist fhrkUar Friday. March 29 )6g Acheson on De Gaulle By MAX LERNER Churches Also Denounced-Archbishop Pans. Adlai Stevenson is here to talk to the NATO meeting and appear on a TV shotf. but the American who has had the most explosive im pact on the European mind since Jacqueline Kennedys visit is Dean Acheson. His speech detonated last week, istill trailin? clouds of thunder and lire in the whole European press and in every ministry of de fense foreign affairs and economicThe response of the Quai d'Orsay is a glacial silence, accompan led bv unofficial hints that the deGaulle portion has been travestied. But the speech has served to crystallise the doubts about de Gaulle s policv among many who had .'till suspended their judgment. My impre-sion is that de Gaulle's nuclear force has met a counterforce Acheson speaks for himself, but he speaks to Europe aa man who has been Secretary ol State, who has had a shaping hand ir. NVTO and the Marshall Plan, who has the leputation of a tough minded statesman. Any nation is lucky to have an autonomous guerrilla like Acheson. The trouble with too much ol the American rnd European response to de Gaulle's position has been its emotional, sentimental, often whining and self-pitying quality, when it has not been merely spluttering with anger. _. Acheson has none of this. He talks in terms of power, national interest and the common interests of the free world nation.-, and us*s the same vocabulary of unsentimental power that de Gaulle does. Achesons is the only cold, reasoned, sustained analysis of deGaulles position that has yet appeared—which is why it has been listened to, and why de Gaulle himself will have to give it his grudging respect. • • • The Acheson Doctrine—for such it most now be celled—is at once an analysis, a warning and a program of action. It is strongest as an analysis, weakest as a warning, and may prove fruitful as a pro gram. De Gaulle has always had a genius for making a weak position look strong, but Acheson had pitilessly stripped away the plaster and laid bare the cracks. De Gaulle, as Acheson has shown, wants the best of both worlds— the Europe "irom the Atlantic to the Urals" winch he forecasts, and the Europe of the Atlantic Alliance which he rejects. If he breaks up NVTO the Europe he tries to form will either be de-troyed or dominated by the Rus-ians If h'.leaves NATO alone and avails him-ell of itprotection, he is subject to the charge of hypocrisy. No one has ever spoken more brusquely than Acheson of the weak ne-s of the French army, whose leadership corps has been decimated and demoralized by war failures and internal strife • • • Acheson's warning to de Gaulle is that he had better not count on an American government -undertaking so unpromising a commitment" as that of engaging in a suicidal nuclear war with Russia in a contest between the French and the Russians. This is the one point at which Acheson becomes merely fretful. De Gaulle's weakness lies in the fact that he cannot defend himseli. or Europe against the Russians, his strength in the fact that he need not—because America is there to do it for him. Not because we love de Gaulle or approve of him, but quite simply becau-e of the doetrine of common interests on which the rest of Achesons analysis is based. De Gaulle is like an adventuring wife, certain that her hus band dare not disown her. and protected in her liaison by that fact. As for acheson's program, it is simply to push ahead with an Atlantic alliance without de Gaulle's France: militarily by a progress ive sharing of nuclear knowledge and training with the other European nations, economically by a lowering cf tariff.; with England and by measures for monetary order. The program makes so much that de Gaulle would finally have to reckon with it as a fact of power and therefore a fact of life. Memorial Dinner At Pap Institute WASHINGTON — I JTA i — The head of a visiting delegation of Soviet churchmen. Archbishop Nikodim. of the Russian Orthodox Church, told a press conference this week that if some Soviet newspapers denounce synagogues and the Jewish faith, the s-me organs say even worse thint!.about the Russian Orthodox church, j Archbishop Nikodim aded that he could -ay oalf that the position of the Jews in the Soviet I'nion was stated very clearly" by Khrushchev in a recent letter to British philosopher Bert rand Russell. He amplified this, however, by commenting that events affecting "individuals" were not based on religion or nationality of the individual but "entirely on their personal qualities." He suggested that prosecution, as for economic crime-, was linked not -.\ith religion but only with the deeds of the "particular personinvolved." The Archbishop's comments were in reply to questions he had been asked as to what Soviet Christians could do about the denunciation by official Soviet publications of the Jewish religion and defamation of synagogues as alleged centers of crime. The Russian delegation arrived here as guests of the National Council of Churches. Meanwhile another Russian Jew has been sentenced to death tor alleged economic crime's and six others had their appeal for clem encv rejected and were then executed, according to reports in a Soviet newspaper received here this week. According to the Feb. 6 issue of Radiaska Bukovina, published in Czernowitz. seven officials of the Education Department of Vash kuvitz. a town in Bukovina. were charged with embezzling 25.000 rubles. The chief accountant's name was given as Brelinsky. a common Jewish name in the SOI iet Union. He was sentenced to death. The six other-, whose names were not given, were sentenced to varying terms of impris onment. The Feb. 10 issue of the Soviet paper reported that the Supreme Soviet, of the Ukrainian Republic rejected the appeal for clemency of a group of 'economic criminals" sentenced to death at Czernowitz in October. 1962. The mwspaper reported that th fences were then carried i While the Soviet new-pa), p did not give any details a be. -.he triel, records showed th^t t! only trial in Czernowitz for ''economic crimes" at the time Invoh I ax Jews tried, convicted and sei :ei | for currency speculation. ; defendants then were named Alter Bronstern. Yeffin I. [• gOftbes, Mosiey-Mever ,1a. Slruel I. Zimilevich. Is. B. ROIUS and Felika Ya. lest IN Dode 1 Broward Counti-s, nearly f V £ R r 0 M £ beys their awards from: V HALPERrS TROPBiES ••La r gett In the South'FAN AMERICAN BANK BID : Ph. 377-2353 Israel's Pioneering Days Not Yet Over, Says Ben-Gurion TEL AVIV — 'JTA) — Israel's "days of pioneering" have not yet ended. Prime Minister David BenGurion asserted here recently at ceremonies dedicating Israel's lat. eat -economic breakthrough." the official commencement of the building of the new town of Arad. Standing on a bare hilltop in the Judean desert, with his back to the Dead Sea. the Prime Minister -poke of the new town of Arad to rise on the site—a town expected to house 4O.000 people. There are 50 families in Arad. But within the next year, said Josef Almogi. Minister of Development. 1.200 workers will live there in new housing. Two thousand persons made their way to the site of Arad through desert roads. The town, northeast of Beersheba. is located on the ancient site of Tel Arad. near the -pot where the patriarch Abraham gazed across the desert toward S dom and Gomorrah. A fortress %  i there in those 'laysNow Arad. located near the Zohar gas tuld-. will be the tint Israeli settlement to use gas for street lighting, cooking and heating /? 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. Contributing 'Angels' To Be Honored on Friday DIVISION MEETINGS SCHEDULED PAGE o-B Some 700 women will attend the Stction divisions in the cast a annual •Anger' luncheon of the Mesdames Phil Abrams, Willk National Council of Jewish Worn... ... ... _.. en. Miami Section, in the Sky AUen C1,arks Adelman. Staid. Room of the Dupont Plaza Hotel jArkin, David Barnott. Adolph B. .OP Friday noon. ger. Ray Bcrrin. Lawrence Brar All "Angels" have contributed MUton Conrad, Harry Coramerchandise to the Thrift Shops. Louls Easton, Cordon Engel, Jwhich Council maintains on 346 cnh Fielfls Philip Galitz. I No. Miami Ave.. and 5601 N\V 7th <" %  Herbert Goldberg. Sat Ave. uel Goldstein. Milton Gross, R< Income from these shops proert ""i""?" 1 "*£"* *£*•£ ""v Hodor. George Krumho Seventh annual donor luncheon will be held Sunday at the A'giers Hotel. Coral Way Jewish Center Sisterhood leaders planning the event for some 250 women are standing (left to right) Mesdames Milton Myers, Jerome Himlelfarb, Norman Ccbel, William Seidman, donor vice president. Seated are Mesdames Max Forman, Lottie Liebman and Elaine Goodis. Not shown are Mesdames Ben Soto, Joseph Katz, Ted Sloan, Selma Freedland, Edward Block, Jay Scheinhaus and Eli King. Popular comedian Milt Ross will entertain. ney Yale Leavy. George Malin, Mic ael Mersel, Joseph Nevel. Dona Peck. Sidney Richman. Ben Si zer. Louis Schneiderman, SeymoSimon. Max Socklolf. Han Strumph. Max Temchin. and \V I rcn Zundell. Musical accompaniment is An operetta, written and directMrs. Alvin Lieberman and Mrs, ed by Mrs. Irving Golfman, and Harold Retskin; choreograph produced by Mrs. Bernard Abel, Mrs. Joseph Vanich and Renee M, also in charge of costumes and Zintgraff; and lighting, Frederic properties, will be presented. Rich, of the Malcolm Ross Day Members of the eight Miami Center. \ides the major financial support for Council's extensive community services in the local area, as well as for the scholar-hip. public affairs, and educational programs nationally and overseas. Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs. Jess Spirer. vice president of ways and means. Lovely Israeli Singer At Hadassah Party the 1(/< ovnan s UJerU ( featured on the pro-ram %  ill be Jeffrey Lynn, star of (ii en and stage, scheduled to apr in the forthcoming Coc inut Continued on Page 2B Jewish Floridian Mami, Florida, Friday, March 29, 1963 Section j: TOVA PORAT n J by ISABEL GROVE Party eelebrai ing L a r r y I m's birthday recently plani.cc! by wife Pansy, who gathcr< (I their many friends from all • of the world for the occasion Long-time friend, Mrs. Leisl Jensen, who has Ijeen living abroad, returned from Austria to wish Larry "Happy Birthday" Harold Winston, former Hollywood director and well-known authority on Shakes I" ne. just back from three years in Europe, attended with his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grodensky Grodenaky is currently exhibiting his paintings at the FontaineMeau And Mr. and Mrs Charles Salk— he's uncle of Dr. Jonas Salk, of the Salk vaccine lame. • 9 Former student of the Hebrew tcademy, Harvey Elliott Finkels'eln, has just received his Rabbinical degree from Telshe YeBhivah in New York Son of v 'r. and Mrs. Jack Finkelstein, 1 1001 7th St.. 21-year-old Rab%  raoni the voungest ordain'' at Telshe Ycshivah ... The n 'w Rabbi piled up a formidable scholastic and athletic record while at the Academy on Miami Beach • He was one of the winners of The Jewish Floridian journalism medal, won many trophies in ping-pong and came in second in tennis matches for Florida stale teen-agers •. He graduated, with honors, from Telshe High School, and was se lected to represent the Telshe Yeshiva when it opened a branch in Chicago Rabbi Finkel-tcin will be married in June to Miss Chava Feit in New York, where the newlyweds will live while he continues his studies ... A youngeY brother, Leonard, is now atttending Telshe Yeshivah. and sister Estelle graduates in Jure from the Hebrew Academy. i> %  •> Localites Capt. and Mrs. Mur ray Kane, stationed at the U.S. Air Force Base in Karamursel, Turkey, have formed a Jewish Guild there and together with 25 Jewish servicemen hold lectures, discussions on Judaism, history, laws, customs and traditions ... A medical doctor, Capt. Kane and Maj. Max Greenberg conduct Friday night services Continued on Page 3-B Donor Affair For Auxiliary Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home lor the Aged, will hold its annual gala life membership luncheon on Tues lay noon in the Rubaiyat Room at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Hfe membership chairman, will be chairman of the day. Mrs. Baron He Hirsch Meyer will give the ui\ ocation. Fashion show will be presented by u ilma of New York, of Lincoln ltd. Mrs. Ann Schiek. of Wilma's. and her associate. Miss Matte, of New York, will do the narrating. Models will be Auxiliary's life members, including Mrs. Jack Katzman, Mrs. Irving Miller. Mrs. David Ponve, Mrs .lack Rifkin and Mrs. Helen Sparber. Mrs. *Louis Makovsky, program chairman, has arranged a musical interlude. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman is president of the Auxiliary. Auxiliary Sets Member Fete Miami Beach Auxiliary of the i National Hemophilia Foundation j will celebrate its annual donor inI stallation with a luncheon at the j Carillon Hotel on Thursday, Apr. ,4. at noon. Chuck Hall will conduct the in; Mallation ceremony, and addresses | will be given by Dr. Kenneth M. Brinkhaus, chief of hematology i and research of the Medical Assn., :and Dr. Sigmund Rosen, chief hematologist at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Entertainment will feature songs I by Joseph Malek. with accompani: ment by Mrs. Tibor Stern. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Leah Udell. Mrs. Delia Delancy is president of the Miami Beach Auxiliary. Curl Strohbach is president of the South Florida Division. Mrs. Charles Beber, chairman of prizes, and JFCS Women's Committee President Mrs. Irving Fell admue some of th> prizes to be given during the Women's Committee moor, light cruise Apr. 6. Proceeds from the cruise aboard tha MS Calypso will go toward the support of Jewish Family an: Children's Service home for emotionally disturbed childre.i to be opened in the fall. m Kiddush Honors Rothmans Kiddush on Saturday. Mar. 16. at Tifereth Israel Congregation was hosted by the Hyman Hothman family in honor of Hyman Roth man's 80th birthday. A long-time member. Rothman was the congregation's first bai, and has been an active wo er and contributor to the Temp Attending the Kiddush in h i honor were his children frc n Springfield, Mass.. those who li in Miami, and a grandson fi" t Georgia lech.



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vyo w-K, 14 P=. 2-B —— Friday, March 29, u£~Hf Miami Hadassah Group World Jewish Child's Day on Tuesday vMrs '-..:~~ Z:-----. rt::. Wcrr.a-.: vae Year r: the v .-.r.a. K.ar 1 are MMdosBes Mar*..-, a 5~:-:r_= Ura rae". 7e.:r. A v.Lev.-.s-r. :v. ages Mi* Nathan :--.-..-S; Beeraer Leu s Tckaver ? .-.ere Cc*i rcrrr.er M:arr : rvr..-. Ur ~ -.:; •--•-*rues* s ~ Mevers S'cne was cl-arrmar. ;rar-r. Schiff Dcv.Ser.*.*.~r"..-r J"~z^c"" %  '"•ST.-cco-z Beat-. Mover'Hare':-: %  Mtai ere MB, A!rre-e of the dcv. Lovely Israeli Singer and Diplomat To Highlight Hadassah Anniversary Fete Mrs. Gros to Preside v C • 1. present readu rersary celebration. L*ra tiocs ary: cited at Oxford UiiUeisi ty. Ra ** ar r.a:-.-.. .-. IU a i T %  -;..-• %  i %  .... %  tei i At Itac tg< I 22 • %  the spectrurr • ea it readeriag mod-%  / %  ?. %  Hi Jack : the Miami ft Hada ufcd to each o! th%  Ink as Inn Ml Anna Trudy Hamrschlag, Mrs. Fred Jonas, Sol Silverman. In Joseph M Lipton and I I 1 t. Gr-.--rr.ar. .: "-.. %  %  : %  % %  >a:r.er' ;r kinderpr grans snmai Chai Chapter Donor Dinner :' | Iptei %  /Of ih annual %  to be t Sunday a Che Dea Bhai B'rith %  I fun : i Leo N Levi B'r.n b • • Idren i Hoax eL %  %  rraMrs Doi Esti Ler rr u e comm Chat v ith Alivah. kMiMvatfotnl asece-. '•'>' 'he recu* of tor-tele-' Jevu rec. -.iLl be highlight •< or. World Jevrish Child": Day observed on Tuesday The mternational holiday will betMr the asency which has been -espoesiMe for the rehabilitation of orer IlljMB children from 72 m—tiies in the last 28 years Miami, the nine group' eo-rpr.Sir.g the M:am: Chapter of Hadassah. ili mark the day with nomei and hospitals, bringing entertainment. -----% % • Arte G-oup %  'ake a hand peppe*. hr to the Haver. School Ch; c?r^uo --a: North Msfeature TotoLa a professional down. b* '. • %  Alter* Eirstein Group Mencrah G-eop i and ... to er. :• : I sing-; %  • '' %  • Mt. Scopus Greup I! Ponies r puppet= Kendall Horre through the effon* >1 Naomi Greup. Tifcvati Grtavp will provide Barnes and puppets st National Chi Cardiac Hospital • ... Torah Gr*op will present i pup pet show at Variety Hospital. Party favors for the jroongsterat the American Chiidrer Home will be part of the program offered there by the Chaim Weiimam, Group. Mt. Sinai to Host Diet Organization Ml Sinai Hospi'al will b<~ hoji to the Miami Dietetic AssociatkQ h;ch is ipon^oring a "Get-Ac-. tinted Spring Bazaar."' a pro. £ram for -• %  .•••d student dietetic at j careSome 50 students uiil h td to participatf I c |. Da "e The even) heduled Tuesday it S| L'nder lb< B Kutniek kiel diet l Ul the hospital will tun Also be u rogram '• %  • 11 be a : • of the Dietetic Departrr social hour with refreshment! r Vd~ .'.'.'. '* 1'nai B'rith Social Singles ; B'rith Social Singles is night club party for om 35 to 55 on Satever.irag in the Ivor;. Tttrwei : the Saxony Hotel. The club is :ow accepting application: for rrent membeiship dri !Mew Delicious Different Nova Scotia Solmon-Lox Imported Herring In Cream or Wine Souce Chopped Herring Lox & Cream Cheese Spread NOW AVAILABLE AT YOUR FAVORITE SUPER MARKET OUR rat-->rj r .w ,.j, u.iT IN 4, 6 08 8 OUNCE CONTAINERS ON MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JE 4-4t36 Murray Solomon JWY in Elections raj Soloi %  %  %  Irs. Sy S J<.-;-.r. K I rer Mrs, Jack Ferdie. patriot Idel, chapla;r,; Mrs Gertrude G' Ledrr: (tees are Mn foe Mn Mae Z:pper and ter. A t ; %  Murray tuxiliai ; %  t l 737 Bird 1 ill featun nog) ins KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen TETLEY TEA IN A GLASS That's the fine old Jewish way to enjoy tea at its finest...Tetley Tea... richer in taste... served in a glass or cup Dr. di Fiiippi on Trip Dr. Arturo i trip to Peru, Chile and Argentina by the ted American Committee for the Understanding and DevelopI of the Hemisphere to see outstanding artists perform in • countri* Log plans for a lour o: Israel under th %  pices. :: the Zionist Organization c: America are righl Alberl I Css.e chairman oJ the Greater Miami Presidents Council Mortimer May, past rate: oi the ZOA; Dr. Morer J. P.ee'cir.s associate chairman National Executive Council of the ZOA; and Pnina De: representative of the Israel Government Tourist Ac Greater Miami Di nave been allocated 100 sec:? I sp-er.a: £~4: ::.:: ieavir.g New York on July 8 on E3 Al Jet. Choose your favorite style of HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN Gefilte Fish 7*ps-ii>.7*ste Quality! 1837 KOSHER LIVE TURKEYS & CHICKENS ORDER NOW FOR PASSOVER %•* it Al and Hejhhy Sl9 1 -i--ed by Snochet w**o n on prmiset daily THOROUGHLY CIEANED. PRICES REASONABLE Oprn Sjndoy, April 7 fi'l noon Phone or Call JE 81839 TAJff BERMAN LIVE POULTRY & D&r OLD (CGS There It A Deference. 320 COLLINS AVENUE N PIKE ,WMlfSFI$HJ> REGULAR in liquid broth or jelled sowe iumbo or saock-size portions. DE LUXE ... mode with oristocrotic PIKE p3 WHITE FISH exclusively... with ho-ne, thick, shimmering jelled souce 4// kosher f$r Passover



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Friday. March 29, 1963 ifHiVf AnrttaMtf? Page 3-B Sam Levenson to be Special Guest At Dinner Honoring Mrs. Carl Weinkle Mrs. Carl Weinkle (right), chosen to be the first recipient of the newly-instituted Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Medallion of Honor, is seen with the late Mrs. Roosevelt on her last visit to Miami. The award will be presented to Mrs. Weinkle at the Israel Independence Day Dinner on Apr. 28 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Taking part in the presentation will be Elliott Roosevelt, second son of the late President, and other members of the Roosevelt family. The dinner will be held unde: auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Sam Levenson. noted forR hilhi-1 orist. will be special guest at the I Israel Independence Day dinner I on Sunday evening, Apr. 28, at the [ Iontainebltau Hotel. Levenson. who has achieved world-wide lame for his sympathetic and warm folk humor of the Jewish people, is preparing a special program which he will I piemiere at the dinner. Under auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization,] the affair will highlight Hie com-] nuinity's celebration of Israel's 25th year ol statehood. Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, pointed out that the •'dinner will mark two epic milestores for Israel, the celebration of Israel's 15th anniversary as a free nation, and the beginning of the redemption of the first Israel Bonds. Tins year's anniversary is particularly significant, since it -. es Israel at the threhold of new and greater achievements." A high point of the evening will be the presentation to Mrs. Carl Weinkle of the newly-instituted national Eleanor Koosevelt-Israel Medallion of Honor. Participating in the presentation will be Elliott Kousevelt and other members of the Roosevelt family. Mrs. Weinkle has been chosen as the first recipient of the awari in "recognition of her service t< Israel in its first 15 years of state hood." Beach High Will Present Comedy Miami Beach High School senior class is presenting the Kaufman and Hart comedy, "You Can't Take it with You." on Friday and Saturday evening in the school auditorium. Set in the 1930s, the play about members of an eccentric family will feature Peter Dean and Lois Pearlman in leading roles. Others appearing in the cast are Doreen Sakrais. Daniel Shain. Allan Albert, James Green, Gail Gour. Maurice Tobias. Stanley Muravchick. Steve Siebert, Marilyn Jones. Zvi Salant. Andy Jacob son, Edward Grenwald. Bobbv Flam, Janece Manchaes, Marshall Rachmiel. and Larry llaber. Jay W, Jenson is director; Carole Levy, prompter; and Andy Green, stage manager. Mrs. Harry Schuldiner, president of Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club, presents a check in the amount of S250 to Max Gleiberman, secre'ary of the Southern District cf the Workmen's Circle, for the organization's Child Health Center in Israel. The club met last Thursday at the Atlantis Hotel for a luncheon and card party. Other projects include contributions to Varietv Children's Hospital. b\f s^Jsabcl C^rov* Continued from Page 1-B • %  I by MiKane Finding thi in-elve.somewhat handit by lack of material, the recent 1> >ent an SOS to Beach, and now -to Prayare on their way to Turkey Mrs. Kane is the Marcia Sawansky, daughter I I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sav661 Jefferson Ave. ... A rad .ite of the University of Mishe taught music in the p my school system berore joining her husband overi BSt October Her hliSis the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kane, 1062 NE iTih Ter. graduate ol the University .u and amedical school. he was assigned to Turkey last • and will serve there for two ears. i 'h wedding anniversary ed this month by Mr. and ob Ueberman, L'SIO SW • Married in Bayonne, N I on March 29. 1903, tins In MI Vernon until 1941. Ihei ante here and were m -until retirement several years ago One daughter and tamil;. Mr. and Mrs. Charles two grandehildr m, Mrs II. M 'I Alan Levene, and ihrei randchildren live in Portland, Ore. Another


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9-JeniUfkrHB3r Friday. March 29. 1%3 I JWY Post Will Zommissiwi Chairman to Talk t Install Officers Democratic Club of Miami 3e ac ..ul meet on Wednesday ^ening a 1 the Sea Isle to hear an at u J* by Joseph A. Boyd. Jr J£ ^n^Sect ATt • %  Apr ernment gitWO .: be held at Dade Monday. Apr 22. 9 and the fir* Mooda] of Beth Am Has Late Fnda;. n ;ce= D*6> Jewish Congrega-.-..avail ml include guesl Daniel Heller, national ge advocate JWV. A: C?T E Screen Mar* _.-. tie Herder Pirz-e F.er_-.e:h C-:e Mrs Harry Ecsenb 1-rr: ree:rr. Garoens iofi week —e er to right Mrs. Ispres-.aent: Mrs. Esteiie Tischier end Mrs. Wal iore 5e~j=:: treasurer Mrs Harold Sthne:lierr. Kaufman. Mrs. Samuel T. Scpac was AH MMCu*-ve t-.-.-.:•-ee cha.r-r.anVJTZ Jack crcw-nec CRT Queen. Proceeds ;: :-e r_r.r .;Sizzzi : e ; s r. v.ce nres.den: Mrs. Florence at :c Oroar_zc*icr. :or Rehan.2;:anon Fnrough Kupc-e—.rMai ckataccr. Mrs 3err.ar:: He:freir..nc. ianbarc coord-rate: M;o—.. 5-eocr Mevor Freedom Festival •* fin-dWiibi Project Slated Apr. 8 Phil Sen!. BHUttOJM oi \-.~ President Madinon Hotel presents SIX chec> TO M-s."Lenore Gautsnfield president of Miami Beach £ r.e: 5 ri'.r. .en's Chapter, for the Freedom Festival on Apr. 6. Proceeds go to Leo M. Levi Arthritis Hospital, a B'nci B rifh philanthropy. Mrs. Simon Wilder is chairman ci the event. Alumnae Party Sunday Freedom L rH Jack August. Margaret £-,'.omw.. Rose Wbeye. Abe Kitty, Sara Burkin. Ann Marks. Dave Alper. Ben Reimer. Ha-ry Kaufman. Evelyn Isaac. Esther Ueberall. Ro^e K .e Tuun. Helen Berry. Tanya Wnlllwi, Ann Sampson aad Joe Bloch. MrLenore GerstenfieU is president of the group. Rummage Sale Twaday through Friday, t; • Si* terbood of Temple Beth An will hold a rummage sale m South Miami. Chairman is Mrs. Sidney Mrs. Byron Cherkaterhood president. Winners of the Sisterhoor costume contest at the Purim carnival were Les Share. Gary Paeowitz. Linda Falk. Barbara Harris and Debbie Levmyjr.. The Temple's Senior Friend-hip well-known author League will meet in the adult edu-. twaaBy answer questioncation room on Tuesday ev -..-.§ •ok. "Triompi following for games of chess, mah J I : Ufred Boas or. scrabble and checkers. iar Newly formed young married ip :scheduled to meet ,i t.v..,.ne-day evening in the new :on of oi: tor programs will be according to M ::n Author Wylie To be Present • • • s : r Retards i % %  • S %  -. %  EXCLUSIVE i INNER PROTECTIVE WAX WRAP I Women's League Honors Secunda By Special Report Lanet Girls do bj NEW YORK A citation, nonhe oring him for in alumnae party S field of Jewish musk t. aw. President i to > •el eandaetar, by tht Si ______^^_^____^_^___^_ %  • \jt • ; %  I a gogue of ce cf Jewish 11 •h Pn ident and program of • meeting of hi rational board at the cal Seminary neriea on Wednesday. Secunda s work encompasses c for -ne synagogue, chamber manic, symphonic v,orkand opera, music for the theatre, and popular Mags, the moat notable reir.2 -Bc-i Mir Bitu Shem." In the field of synagogue mu.-ic. he has served as conductor for all of' the liturgic albums of Ucmvd Tucker. Metropolitan Opera tenor. The albums consist of music composed by Secunda. la Graff Your Holiday [able ASK FOR 1 ffi*tt4 and Bottlt* t L'KOVED WINE CO Yker$, N.T. Zamora Ladies Slate Meeting Temple Zamora Si-terhood will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening in the Temple Social Hall. Mrs. Max Greenberg and Co Chairman Mrs Oscar Smokier ar. r.ounce that plans are being completed for the annual donor lueon to be held at the Seville Hotel on Apr 21 KEEPS MANISCHEWITZ MATZOS CRISP TO THE LAST DELICIOUS BITE 4 wax wrapped packages of matzos in every 5 pound box of MANISCHEWITZ Passover Matzos. Open one at a bma, serve what you need, close the inner wrap again. The matzos stay fresh, crisp, delicious. Only MANISCHEWITZ has the exclusive J inner protective wax wrap. } Produced under strict Rabbinical Supervision, with over 7<>) years of baking skill and devotion to tradition. lit III ii IOICI oi risssiit EEEEJ MANISCHEWITZ



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Friday. March 29. 1963 -*-Jewistiih>rJd/ar Page 5-B I FOR YOUR ADDED SHOPPING CONVENIENCE THESE FOOD FAIR STORES ARE OPEN SUNDAYS FROM WAM toO P.M. 969 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach 1825 NE 185th St., N. Miami Beach 1431 NE 163rd St., N. Miami Beach 2017 Tyler St., Hollywood A HEADQUARTERS FOR PASSOVER FOODS OPEN FROM 8 A.M. to P.M. 1020 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 1845 Alton Rd., Miami Beach V PASSOVER TREATS! WE CARRY A COMPLETE VARIETY OF FRESH WATER FISH FOR THE HOLIDAYS SUCH AS GREAT LAKES YELLOW PIKE, LAKE CARP & WINTER CARP WE WILL GLADLY PREPARE YOUR ORDER FREE AS YOU DESIRE FREE! GEFILTE FISH RECIPES MATXOS 1 ALL BRANDS lb. $ BOX 99 FREE! 6-BAGELS WITH 1.00 ORDER OR MORE IN OUR APPETIZER DEPT FRESH SLICED BELLY LOX ,'59 ABOVE PRICES EFFECTIVE SUNDAY ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING STORES • 1020 ALTON RD., MIAMI BEACH • 1845 ALTON RD., MIAMI BEACH • 1431 N.E. 163rd ST., N. MIAMI BEACH • 1825 N.E. 185th ST., N. MIAMI BEACH • 2017 TYLER ST., HOLLYWOOD Prices Effective thru Passover PASSOVER SEAFOOD SPECIAL! "Lowest Prices, Ever!" GREAT LAKES WHITEFISH HOLIDAY WINE SALE! Carmel Wine CONCORD 1/2 GAL. JUG 2 69 KOSHER WINE MOGEN DAVID CONCORD • BLACKBERRY • V1N ROSE • CHERRY 5TH BTL. 99 KOSHSR CONCORD STARK'S WINE 69 '\*£ L -\M I L 3.29 I Iff. GAL. 9 OQ JUG ^* 7 Carmel Wine CONCORD (from Israel) MALAGA (Almog) ROSE, SAUTERNE (CHATEAU, RICHON VIN BLANC) HOCK (Light Dry) BURGUNDY (Atom Atic) 1 29 5TH BTL. KOSHER I'KOVED WINE 79 CONCORD 5TH BTL. CONCORD or MALAGA MANISCHEWITZ WINE 5TH BTL. • It yyt MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS-YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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Page 6-B > jV* i\t fhrHi^r Friday. March 23, 195* m J Passover Theme at Hadassah Meet At Terr.r'.e Ner Tamid's fifth anniverscry benr.e: hcr.rring past and present presidents ol BM Terrp.e trte-dec ry MOM 4O0 persons at the DeatrvfljO Hotel are seconding '.e:t lo right Mta Murrey A. Shaw rres.dent of Sisterhood Adorph Greer.rr.rr. past president of Men's Chib: Dr. Bee L Fabric, past president, concrejatkin; Co.. William J. Hcrris past president, crncreccticr. Rabbi Eugene Labovitr spiritua'. leader Murray A. Shaw president congregation: Mrs. Fcnnie Skier, past president, mood: D. Dale Regent, president. Men's Ciub: Mrs. Louis J. Gold, past president. Sisterhood nr.d Mrs. Louis Cohen, past president. Sisterhood. Seated are Mrs. Jean Damon Szagiione. recipient oi the Ner Tamid "Humanitarian Award.'' Mrs. Irvine C. Spear. Irvine C. Spear, chairman of the banquet, Mrs. Eucer.e Labovitz, end Walter Sklar. Council Division Programs Will Give Service Volunteers Emphasis Wednesday Greatei I [set ..he meetm?-. scbe I will • mblem on each r who ha_ 3UTS of n .ce to the comity Mrs Raj nd R. Rubin. > %  • sa. i •-. M will be and meaningful met :>n of all di\.-. D and section officers scheduln to report; from the :.nn." • • Bay Division, Mr; E~3r.uel I for p.m.. at 1131 Marts Brama Rowe. for'the blind at B:scayne School, will -k on "What Council W: 1 Corl Division. llTS Yea 12:2 p.n for : •':• %  • Miller Dr C I • pped %  %  by C Evening Diction, .'.!-• • I : coffee and desser. it 8 p.m. at the L • Fel Dr Viee pra I afl fc| I I Indian Creek Division Mr; Jo;K D presi leal have : fee and Danish at 12.30 p.m. a: rs Heel. Mr; Robert M chairman, ar.d ." Harriet Xabutovsky. presider. Parent Blind, will speak on In the VtsBaly-Bandi-d. • • Islands Division, Mr; Du Wax n. • _: the home v 22nd liami Beach, at l p.m.. for ssert and coffee Mrs. Karl r t tiainnan, will pre.-.da re • • : ndeavors Mrs Thoi :' the League of Wot Voters -; %  k on Lincoln Division, MrRatner. I I meet 1 Hota Speakei Bin lei : Shores Division, Ifrs. Burton Goldberg | res ill neeel ID a: Wesl -• : V\v USJtJi •. Shadows of silhouette wrvke • • • South Dade Division, Mr%  preskk at fl at Holtdaj Ini Dixie Hwy. Luncheon al 12 is optional dons required^ :f Dache" Spam :s represented by \-.: = rrcur cf — cdels here ::: the Fiesta '.-i^z.z ~: tb Doral Beach Hotel % %  •.:.;:;;;r; 99m to see their cci*ntrymen Lcs miutiit—, recent.y appearing in mi Bead HAPPY AND SWEET PASSOVER 1 • r %  / r-; c SUNSHINE SWEETS SUGAR AVAILABLE IN ALL MARKETS KOSHER FOR PASSOVER AND ALL YEAR Endorsed By Rabbi Tiber H. Stern I the lasl rrenl aronpi of. Uiai chapter of Hadaasali planning Passover prograi I, addition, plans will be made at the noon luncheons on Monday for chapter donors and installation of officers scheduled for May. • • Bay Harbor Group — Meeting at the Singapre Hotel. • • • Herzl Group—An Eye Bank par tv will follow the luncheon meeting at the Eden Roc Hotel. a • Israeli Group Busanesi meeting at the Algiers Hotel, followed by a Passover program and a card party. Morton Towers Group—A rcsu lar business meetting in the Mor-' ton Towers Card Room. plu> a Passover program and preparafor the Oneg Shabbat on Apr I Psychologist on Television S Hanna Senesch Grouo—At |h Eden Roc Hotel, an eye hark „< JNF Blue Box party ,, fc 1|o v luncheon. Shaloma Group—A r-_ a meet ing at the Hibiscus Masonic Temple, 10th and Alton Rd wig, Dr Hyman Rosenkrantz. guest -peak er. • Henrietta Szold Group_A t the Algiers Hotel for a regular business meeting and Pasaoi er pror/ram. • > Stephen S. Wise Gro^o—Men. ir.g at the Barcelona Hotel Following the election officers, a can! party will be held. • t Other groups will hole meetlin h.< follow 1: Brandeis. Apr ij; Deborah. Apr. 22: Esther Group... Apr. 15: I. R. Goodman Apr. 17^1 Emma Lazarus. Apr. :;. Southgate, Apr. 11. Rabbi Narot In Final Review N'ar %  As 1 Driven Leal 1 1 A4 I.;. Mil I, for .. -" • :--•?: r-.•. at Tempie I?: bring Spans Temple S boil is Sei • Mrs less j publicity; and M Rabin. Wilno Products Kosher L'Pesach By Special Report ; of the : 100 pert>ee! task -t-r. prorariet) of er porducu ... be available Pass Wilno kosher products will be available Passover tables in homes from Kosher products are producer! 111 ler I :i of ; ninent Orthodox spiritual leaders. Rafchi Boruch Rabinowiti Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal as two steady Mashgichim 'guardians 1. to assure that even thiru :Kosher L'Pesach in accordance with ritualistic tradition, The Marriage Counselor Looks •t Life is the subject of a television panel discussion on WLBW. ch. 10. Sunday at 2 p.m featur ing Dr. Seymour M Blumenthal, consulting psychologist. • the Great Ide-s lecture held art Temple Me nor ah recently are left to right Mrs. Bill district chairman cf adult Jewish education; Jui-cMilton Friedman and R::h::: Stanley Rabinowte. Not ; : Abran oi Tempi' orah. and enjoy yourT^assover so much more knowing you will have carried on the tradition of serving only tno finest quality, "home-flavor." Kosher-for-Passover focos at your seder table ... as so many discriminating JP W,S housewives have been doing-since 1870. "'" %  V +



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Friday. March 29, 1963 %  *JewistBkridiaun Page 7-B until the tops are a medium brown. Remove the mulfins which j are in the papers and peel off the' paper, or loosen the edges of those baked directly in the tins and \ turn them out. These arc Deal served hot, are quite good cold. To sour sweet milk quickly,, substitute ] tablespoon of white vinegar for l tablespoon of the milk. Stir to blend. effect. Bake about 20 minutes, pan. Cut into 3-inch squares as longer, until the surface is brown a desert to serve with whipped and a cake tester inserted in the cream or ice cream, or into bars center comes out dry. Cool in the to serve as cookies. In the field of nutrition, value frequently bears little relation to I cost. Some of the most nutritious. foods are the least expensive. Oatmeal, tor example, costs only one | or to cents a portion, yet it has' more protein than any other cer ; eal, and contains all the ingredient* known to be required by the human body except Vitamins A, i ;ind D. For a well-balanced breakfast we need to add only, whole milk to which Vitamin D' has been added ithis supplies not only that vitamin but A as well) and a glass of orange juice for the .Vitamin C. No matter how good any food u, we tire of it when we have it too often, and if we always served' oatmeal in the same way, as a breakfast cereal, it would quickly lose its appeal. Fortunately oatmeal can add all its nutrients to many other dishes. In several of these, such as meat loaf or meat balls, its presence isn't even noticed But in a meat loaf its use reMilts in easily cut, smooth, firm yet delicate slices. The meat balls which contain oatmeal are tender and light. Cookies of oatmeal are favorites with children who may not like it as a porridge. In addition, muffins, or desserts which contain this valuable food have a nut-like texture which makes them • \lra good. Our first recipe today is for a very light, fine muffin. Notice thai the directions say to add the liquid all at once and stir it into the dry ingredients only enough; in moisten them. The batter : should be a bit lumpy. Too much beating will result in knobs and | peaks on the top and long holes inside the muffin. The second recipe is for a richtasting dessert square which can do double duty as a cookie. For dessert, cut as much as needed into 3-inch squares ar.d top them w.t'i ice cream or whipped cream. Cut the remainder into bars of any desired size to serve as cookies. If they are not to be eaten within 24 hours, it is a good idea to freeze them, as they are -not good "•keepers." Oatmeal-Raisin Muffins 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour 1' 2 teaspoons double-acting baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup quick cooking raw oatmeal 1 egg 1-3 cup vegetable oil 1-3 cup firmly packed light brown sugar 1 cup sour milk 1-2 cup seedless raisins Preheat the ove nto 400 degs. F. Put paper cups into 12 large muffin tins, or grease the bottoms of the tins. Sift the Hour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt into a bowl. Blend in the oatmeal. In a separate bowl beat the egg, oil, sugar, and milk until well blended. Add the raisins. Pour this mixture into the dry ingredients and stir quickly with a fork until just moistened. Do not beat. The batter should be thin and a little lumpy. Pour into the muffin tins, which should be about 23 filled. Bake 20 to 25 minutes. Oatmeal Dessert Squares 2 tablespoons soft butter or magarine 1 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1-3 cup dairy sour cream 1 cup quick cooking raw oatmeal 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour 1-2 teaspoon baking powder 1-2 teaspoon baking soda 1-4 teaspoon salt 1-2 cup seedless raisins 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate bits Cream the shortening and the sugar. Add the eggs and beat until light. Stir in the vanilla, sour cream and oatmeal. Sjft together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt, and add. Stir in the raisins. Spread the batter in a greased 9x9x2 inch pan. and sprinkle the chocolate bits evenly over the surface. Bake at 350 degs. F. for 5 minutes, then with a knife stir the melted chocolate into the batter for a marbled NOW! FARR-GENIGEN TOURS 27 DAYS OF "PLEASURE" TO ISRAEL-EUROPE 'FIRST DEPARTURE MAY 18 via EL AL AIRL'NES JUT Miami Women To Gets Awards Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, president of B'nai B'rith Women. Miami Chapter, will present awards at the season's final fund-raising affair on Thursday, Apr. 4. Annual donor luncheon at the Deauville Hotel w ill highlight entertainment by Gracie Barrie and Micky Gentile. Reservations chairman is Mrs. Nathan Rubin COUNTRIES VISITED: ISRAEL ITALY + SWITZERLAND %  FRANCE INCLUDES: AIRLINE FARES—1st CLASS HOTELS—MEALS—TIPS TRANSFERS — EXTENSIVE SIGHTSEEING — TAXES SPECIAL EVENTS: OPERA IN ROME, FOLIES BERGERE IN PARIS, ETC. TOTAL COST $1085 (Sgl. 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Page 8-B Jktt/f nrw*m+n Friday. March 29. 1%3 Morton Towers residents meet at the apartment of Morris Mir.ov ^second from left to discuss their participation in the 963 Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to right are Abe Solosko. %  !:r.ov. JoseDh Kahr.. M. Gimelsteii., and Sam Coher.. Mrs. Simonhoff Again to be President Of Hebrew University Women's Division At a n — the home of Mrs. r, Greater Miami \ %  • %  e r 1 c a n .-r-ity. icers for the coming %  :: :'.r-t d or-dent rear Mrs Jei e presJ ts will e Mrs. Rb H met Mrs A• .i-' 1 Mrs Ja<. pick. : have Irs %  • -•? rt the new He b re v. Urn> -elected : lans to leave ha ;• B and in late April to 'he People Speak "Can Mercy Death. Euthanasia. ~_\er be Justified""" is the next %  abject for discussion of the Peole speak. Miami Beach Town Hall -'orurn. on Friday evening Panel ill feature Dr. Harry E. Wolk nc Dr. Edward J. Lauth. with m Rose, moderator. Question nd answer period will follow the al at the Washington Federal Saving* and Loan Assn.. 1234 -i-rinetor. Ave. Iff you like Protestant Study Will be Viewed Col. Nathan B. Rood, chairman of the Interreligious Affairs Committee of the Greater Miami Chapter. American Jewish Committee, announced this week that on Sunday. 10 a.m.. over WTVJ. Ch. 4. a special program on Faith and Prejudice.'" the Yale Divinity School religious textbook study, will be given during the Lamp Unto My Feet"" series. Participating in the discussion will be Rabbi Marc H Tanenbaum. director of Interreligious Affairs lor AJC; Dr Bernhard Olson, author of "Faith and Prt dice." Philip Scharper. editor. Sheet) and Ward Publishers, and piesident. Religious Education Assn.; and Paul Vieth. of Yale University Divinitj School The Yale project is one of three independent self-Studies of religious educational materials stimuli by the American Jewish Committee, pioneer human rela• %  i part of its ;-. to furthc am* Pesach Holiday Symposium Sisterhood of Tempie Set Tamid held its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening in Sklar -Auditorium of the Temple. Fol lowing the business agenda, a •Pesach Holiday Symposium" til conducted by Mrs. Eugene Labo vitz Menorah Group Endinq Season La>t regular meeting of the sea son for Menorah Group ot Hadasa ah will be held at Hillel House on Monday at 12:30 p.m. Following election of new officers. Mrs Marjorie Pena. of Rich ard Piummers, interior decorators. will present a program on ,, Sprii s into the Home."' MrHarold Abbot: will be host ess for the afternoon in honor of her Mth wedding annivexsan KREPLACH You'll love mas. S4MUU SIMONHOFF leam of the newest developments ..: the Jerusalem campus since her last '• Other members of the exeeunve board incbade Mrs. Charles CharCOWSfc]. financial secretary; Mrs Gerald Schwartz, recording secretary: Mrs. Irving E. Miller, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Philip F. Thau, parliamentarian: Mrs. Emil Friedlander. program chairman: Mrs. Max Weitz. custodian; Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, gifts chairman: Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet. nominations: Mrs Edward J. Melniker. liaison; Mrs Harry Platoff. membership: Mrs Louis Glasser. State Chairman: and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Members of the board of directors are Mesdames Mayer Abramowitz. Esther Cohen. David Drucker. Joseph Duntov. Myrtle Epstein. Sigmund Fogier. Abram Fox. Fanny Goldberg. Lillian Goodman. Myer Harr.Ka:e Meidenberg. Kenneth Oka. Joseph Rambam. tilda Rstrer. Maurice Revitz. Abe Rubin. Leonard Rosen. Harold Shapiro. Herbert S Shapiro. N. Spiegelman. NathanVlock. Lydia Weir.baum. and Maurice Zimmerman. SIBEIT'S PASSOVER POTATO PANCAKE (Latke) MIX made with real. ONIONS CHEF BOY-Aft-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI guests, cheer for fret real ftaHan flavor created by I Chef Boy V Doe. Tends* .fiftsdirrm r ttsfiaa Cheese... simmers* Oftft savory tomato ssocs and the assi to*So much tastier and than the frown kind. Se thnfber, 15c per serving I EassntSky WB8I AAROM SOLOVFJCHIK ne RABBI CH AIM MALM STREITS The WorW"s Fnest MATZOS EGG MATZOS MATZO MEAL Exclusive Distributors: HI-GRADE FOOD CO., UK. Ph. OX 1-0961 7200 N.W. 2*h Ave, Miami Zukernick Again On Bar Board Ha. M "" ,Ir re recent %  la Bar ir. They tril] on the P. %  z I the Miami Beach Bar \and a : Brookl; School. •• two-\ear term lfehrtens, a graduate of th rersily of Florida. will begin h.s fifth two-year term. and. Simmons, a past president of the Dade Count> Bar Assn.. begins his second term on the board President-elect of the Florida Bar is Chesterfield H. Smith. Bartow, who will succeed to the pres idency in 1964. New officers and board members will take office at the forth coming convention of the Florida Bar in Miami Beach on Ma> 1 to 5. Flagler Students To be Honored Rabbi David Rosenfeld will hon or the 24 stuffents who participated in the adult elementary and conversational Hebrew and Bible classes at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center during services this Frida> evening. To be honored are Berry Clein. Nathan Eidelman. Mrs. Abnei Esterman. Mrs. Esther Fl< Mrs. Isidore Feir. Jacob Pishbein, Milton Hart. Mr. ard Mrs. William Haskell, Mrs. David Hertz. Sol |stnberg. Mr and Mrs. Ben Jonas. Hyman Malakoff. Joseph Newman. Mr ;mrl Mrs. Morris perles Mrs David Ro-enfeld. Eze Ruben-' Samuel Segal, Mrs. Pauline H ner, Mrs. Maxine Weinstein. ard Waronker and Canto: Lrlich. Cantor Marbiny Due at Marseilles Cantor Maichbein-Marbmy. lyric tenor, will conduct i Sedorim at the Marduring the Passover beA| r and 17 when he is engaged and performing. Cantor Marbiny previously held positions in north, and has appeared in eoncert* in Pans, at La Salle Gaveau. Milan Italy's La Scala. and Carnegie Hall ir. New York CitJ During the Passover h Ida] I al the Marseilles Hotel, the Cantor will be joined by his wife. Stella, a soprano who hasung leading roles in operas in France and Italy. The artists will present programs of arias, duets, ballads folk songs in Italian. French. German. Hebrew. Yiddish. Spanish, and English Sunshine Sweets Names Supervisor Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead er of Beth Jacob Congregation, has accepted the year-round supervision ot Sunshine Sweets Sugar. Rabbi Stt-rr's endorsement will with a letter K. placed into a circle "It is very gratifying to know that more and more food companies are preparing their products in accordance w ith Dietary Laws in order that the Jewish consumer may have the opportunity ot purchasing kosher products locally."• Rabbi Stern declared. The Beth Jacob spiritual leader added that "Sunshine Sweets Sugar is made of the finest and purest cane, prepared and packaged by the most modern methods and at the highest standards of purity." \>~ Jordan Davidson presents a citation to Dr. Jacob List at a recent luncheon of the Miami Beach School tor Retarded Children at the Algiers Hotel. Di. List was honored by the group for his work with mentally retarded children, and will serve in an advisory capacity at the school. He i* The author of "Education for Living" and "Living One Day at a Tune." Looking on is Ella Wallman. founder and honorary president of the school. Appe-teasing KMift ftr Pattortr Watch your appetite! Here comes Vita Herring, marinated to tease, tempt, beguile. Start your next "meal with a herniuj appetizer; or make it the main course for a meatless meal that is deliriously different. Its ready to serve right from the jar; featured in food store refrigerated cabinets. VITA HERRING, i



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*y **~ Page 10-B &f Jewisfncr/diaiin Friday. March 29, 1963 7' %  ranees Xd man We th e Women Jerome Weinkles Announce Betrothal Of Carolyn to Merrill Lamb Mr. and Mrs. Jerome We.nkle. Lamb, son of Mr and Mrs. llar55 Pinta Rd.. Bay Heights, anold Lamb.. Jto York at a coik nounced .he engagement of their tall %  _. b&et dinner partyJWJddaughter. Carolyn, to Merrill nesday night for over 200 guests. — I A giant Rates Unite Gould, Friedman A giant tent was constructed o\er the Weinkle's large lawn. and the interior decorated with pink and white hearts and CUpids. The future bride wore a floorlength uown of white eyelet and organdy over pink silk organza. Her mother was gowned In a pink plissante sheath with chantilly lace bodice. Mis> Weinkle and her fianee are both students at Syracu>c University. Following their graduation An early evening oeremonj on Saturday, Mar. 2?>. united Carole Friedman and Donald Barry Gould at the Algiers Hotel, where a re V.OMAN OF THE WEEK ; d di followed. 1). Suk> Nelson urew up as the only Jew.sh girl in the tiny town el P officiated at the nop] lmetto. Fla. Her father and mother had emigrated to Cuba, but me to the United States when she was three years old. Her mother. • nging Russian lullabies to her as she rocked her cradle, instilled in Attended by Miss Melva LeiDj n j um .. he will attend law school. i a feeling tor music. Sarah, or Suki as she was ncknamed. learned man, the bride wore a ballerinaThl col p | e p i an to be married out musk by singing in church choirs. Encouraged by her teacher and the local minister who believed in her fine voice, she decided to 1 rthcr her music education. She spent the summer before she graduated from Florida State 1 niversity as a scholarship student at the Brandeis Music Camp in California. That was just after the State of Israel had come into being. It was at this time that Suki first developed her knowledge of Jewish and Hebrew music, foi; which she has such tremendous feeling. On coming to Miami she joined the Beth David choir. Theodore R. Nelson sang in it. too. Music, hearts, and flowers go together; so Suki and Ted got married Suki taught music education in the public school sytem until her first baby. Jonathan, arrived. Three years later, came Rachelle. She keeps up her musical career by teaching youngsters. It is a thrill for her to get them started. Besides, as she puts it very neatly, it's much more exciting than housework. She contributes her musical talent to any organi zat:on that asks for it — especially Sisterhoods and Hadassah. Temple Menorah has also come in for its fair share in skits. The four Nelsons are a closely knit family oup. They find pleasure and fun in gathering around the piano and letting loose." During the summer, they travel up and down the J.orida coasts, hunting cut all of the natural spots. They no doubt ve the largest collection of shells in Miami, but also it is the most ^organized. All four are waiting until they get old to put it in order. Ted is Town Judge of Bay Harbor Islands, and he is also a very L jod judge of his wife's cooking. Of course, he never knows if he is ming home to a French, Jewish or Spanish meal: Suki is a great e tor trying new dishes. But he is always more than satisfied — ix'cially if it is accompanied by a song. •HEY MOVED SUKI Dec. 1. Honored guests at the affair were the prospective bridegroom's parents. :BIRTHDAZE: First child, a son, born to Betty Jean and Louis Goldie. Mar. 20. in Los Angeles. Calif. Maternal grandparents are Beatrice and Irving Simons. Great-grandparents for the first time are Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Schwartz, of Miami Beach, who have 10 grandchildren. ""' MISS CAROLYN WflNKtf Behmoiras, Silber In New Orleans Following a honeymoon in New Orleans. Mr. arfd Mrs. Jaime Behmoiras will live in Miami Beach. Ceremony uniting the couple was performed by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz on Saturday evening. Mar. 23, at the Barcelona Hotel, where a reception was hell. The former Fanny Silber is the daughter of Mr. ai.d Mrs. Abra ham Silber. 1440 16th S'. Bridal attendants were Ruth Silber and Esther Behmoiras. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Behmoiras. 2200 Bay Rd. Serving him as best man was Moises Behmoiras with t' \v rr.' r-Kahn MRS. DONALD GOULD length peau de soie frock with Rosateen Jcccbs Becomes Cride of Christopher tforn Mr. ana —.-. rJbtn Jacobs, ol Miami Beach, and Pike. N. H.. announce the marriage of their daughter. Rosaleen Janice, Sau S ii neri usher, to Christopher Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Horn, ot South Salem. N.Y. Dr. Eugene Borowitz. professor of education at Hebrew Union College, officiated at the ceremony held in the Jewish Community Center Chapel. White Plains, N.Y. The former Miss Jacobs is a mandarin collar and long sleeves, graduate of Miami Beach High and Svlvia and Philip Friedman are now settled in their new home in Seed pearls encrusted the collar w.ll receive her degree in .run. Miami Beach Thev showed off their new house and Sylvia's and cuffs, and the bridal bouqiut from Syracuse Imveisity. She Is other Mrs. Dora Ackerman, who is now eighty years young, by havwas of white roses. a member of I lu Sigma Sigma, a a sirnrise binhdav dinner for the close friends and relatives. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar chairman of Footprints, and renone cueMwere Frieda and Murrav Friedman and Gert and Jerome t hur Friedman, 1530 Cleveland 'ently conducted tnree symposibit Mrs \ckerman\ so:, from California couldn't get here: as a R _., the new Mrs. Gould is a grad !" > • HendriClU chapel t .ere -ult. A.T.&T. stock went up alter his phone call. uate of Whitefield Private School || r n orn graduated from the and attended theatrical school in pieldston School, and received his "EEN TALK New York City. BA degree trom Syracuse I 'riverBarbara arrived at the delightful age of thirteen. Her parents. ,-j^ bridegroom is the son of sit) He is mnvnth a candidate / lorence and lz/.y Hecht. had Idly teen-agers over for a birthday party M B< j Mrg gicney Gould, of for a Master's degree at Columbia ound the pool. The phonograph blasted like mad: everyone ate like new| etti L.I., where he graduated University. He will do research ad. All in ail. it was a mad. mad whirl. There was a huge birthday fn)|n hiR | 1 sl ,i 10O i |i c attended at Harvard. Cambridge. Mass.. *.ke for Barbara and a special little one for Joan, daughter of Janet id Jack Raush. whose birthday was the same day. Among teen-agers ere Harvey, son of Helen and Danny Sepler: Roger, son of Mrs. \rlle Epstein; Honey, daughter of Sylvia and Burton F.ngel: and orma. daughter of Ruth and Robbie Robinson. Oh dear, they do ow up. HAIL AND FAREWELL Hello to F.dna (Mrs. Jamcsi Chapman and Mrs. Selma Fried who -t returned from Puerto Rico. Hello to Inez Krensky. who just remed from the same place. Good-bye to Ruth (Mrs. Max) Orovitr, the I an Raskins and Sally (Mrs. Chester) Krone who left to join their %  iends and relatives for the opening of the Dan Carmel Hotel in • aifa. Goodbye to Del (Mrs. Raymond) Rubin, who will stop off on r way home from the National Council of Jewish Women's convenon in Ann Arbor to take a peek at her son's new bachelor apartment d his fine collections of etchings. ANOTHER DAY ANOTHER LUNCHEON The shamrocks made a green splash in the pink flowers at Alyce m Israc i Irs. Leon) Ell's luncheon in the Rubaiyat Room of the Algiers Hotel. HeW at WaWman s Hotl ,, thl '.hatting at the cocktail table were Ethel (Mrs. Ralph. Spera .Mrs. ev featured entertainment bv Lilian Pass. Selma (Mrs. Sam) Oritt and Miriam (Mrs Ben) Sa ^' n r the Ink Spots ad a Spanish (laneCongratulating Irma (Mrs. Saul) Herman on her first day out after (r l irgery were Dorothv (Mrs. Irving) Rothman. Selma (Mrs. Seymour) eiss and Molly (Mrs. Maurice) Shein. Among other guests were Coordinator of the affa.r was .rs Ruth Rothman. Eve (Mrs. Harn) Lack, Mildred (Mrs. Joe' Ark.n. Mrs. Alvin Leverson, ways and Bo excited about her son Sandy, who is now a member of the firm. Mrs. I reda Markowitz, and Sybil (Mrs. Max) Weitz. New York University and the Cmwhere the couple will make their versify ol Miami, and his major home this summer. is industrial engineering. Mike Levy, his brother, served $tOnC SDIPQ as best man, and Gary Friedman %  r and Tyronne Heller were grooms Mr. and Mrs. Louis Store. 1868 men. SW Kith St.. announce the engageFollowing a honeymoon in Nas nient of their daughter. Alice liar sau, the newlyweds will live in r j e t. to Albert Spira. son ot Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Spira. Fairlawn. N.J. Forest Hills, N.Y. Funds to Aid Youth Aliyah All funds realized at the even-! ing sponsored by Kinneret Chap ter. Mizrachi Women, last Saturday are marked for Youth Aliyah 1 -v w MRS. \i amri -Kahn 1AIMI BfHMOIBAS Mrs. Solomon Sohifl and Miss Annette Levitt are Dime Bank chairmen. *. NEW BABY IN COCONUT GROVE Wednesday was'a big day out at Natalie and Melvyn Frumkes" use. Sherri stayed out ot school so that she could help bring the %  w baby home. She carried him in her arms in the car. His name Steven' Scott. Mark was so excited, he said "I want to kiss my new aby brother." Col. and Mrs Nathan Rood are the godparents of the rumkes' new two month-old. Elks Elect Judge Feller Miami Beach Judge Milton Fell 'Judge Feller are Vincent Toscano, is the newly-elected exalted! lading knight: Jay Dermer. loyler of Miami Beach Lodge of al k "' h ; E "^ ne !" lectorEUfc, and will serve from Apr. 1 %  %  *.. Aaron Bookspan, sec Mar n iofi_ retary; Irving Weinstem, treasurer. _i, inw. i Sau Nash fjve vear trustee: Officers who will serve with and Lee Godis, tiler. BYERS PRIVATE SCHOOL Approved — Licensed Announces the Opening of a Music Department under the direction of GAYLt MILLtR Classes of Pre-School Age Children. Complete Courses in Piano, Rhythm Band, Mus-cal Games and Drills, Artcraft. Established 1950 (Open Year Round, 2838 Oak Ave. Coconut Grove HI 3-0166 HI 4-6549 YOU CAN LEARN INTERIOR DECORATING for PROFIT or PLEASURE! ENROLL NOW! Classes Begin April 10 Daytime & Evening Sessions The School for Interior Decoration and Design PL 8-3883 50 N.E. 40th St., Miami Anita Priest Qulko, NSID, Dir. "An Institution Devoted Exclusively fo Practical Instruction for the Decorotinq and D-siqn Fields Also Available — Complete Coarse in FURNITURE SKETCHING and ROOM RENDERING. Starts April 13. Attend OPEN HOUSE at the School March 31 to April 6 J SKY LAKE CAMPS %  „ £nEe w* *•"*•__! Complete camp activities, small groups, 1000 acres of hHy equippejj facilities ... two 40 acre lakes, featuring water skiing and horseback riding, and including music, drama, nature study, arts and crafts, boo'"9. trips, and special Teen Age Camps. Limited Enrollment. Tutoring available. Skilled and experienced camp directors and counselors. )•>' further information call: Donna Steinmet, Don Lichtonstein, Ph. 6244)692 Bernice and Jack Altman, Ph. 661-0534 P.O. Box 159, Miami 45. Fla.



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Friday, March 29. 1963 ft knist ftnrirffcun Pace 11-B G REATER MUmi Hebrew Krce Loan Association hold its annual installation banquet Sunday nlgM at the Lombardy Hotel. Mrs. Max Rappaport chose a black smocked chiftcn sheath with a floral motif. Her square neckline was piped in black silw, ;md her sleeves were short. Mrs Gertrude Indgin wore a floral print in say shades of blues and greens. Her unusual neckline was cut MI a "dragon's teeth" pattern, and her skirt was gore.i. Honey brown and charcoal were tlic colors in the silk print •< rn by Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, II. T sheath dress was topped with .1 matching full-length coat. A gold brocade theatre rail was the choice of Mrs. L. Garison. The chanel style jacket was hiplength, ard she carried a matchlandtag ^*CLD lame was the fabric sc" lecled by Mrs Lily an Brotnutn. Her striking long-sleeved sheath featured a deeply cowled ne kline. Mrs. Joseph Schneider's theatre suit was in an emerald green silk brocade. The titted waist-length jacket had a deep shawl collar with the tailored notched peeks, an! bracelet length sleeves. A winter visitor from Chicago, Mrs. Bertha Marshak chose a black cyelette sheath with a block satin sash, trimmed with a flat bow at the center of the waist. Mrs. Max Kunst chose B -ilk sheath of ombre shades from 10881 t" honey. Her btous•dice had a bateau neckline i ->lk crepe was worn by Joseph N< el The bodice ol her sheath featured two wide • els over the -boulders, which were softly draped, and gave iru bodice an almost surplice effect. The sheer black wool sheath which Mrs. Fred Mamsct designed ard made leatured a jaoo. type of insert on the bodice ol black peau de soic. Miniature jet buttons and bracelet-length sleeves completed the fashion detailing. An eggshell-colored clooncy lace sheath was the selection of Mrs. Sam Schatzman for the banquet. Illusion was used from the neckline to the lace cuff of the full-length sleeve, creating a provocative effect. Her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Rosean, wore black silk alpaca with the skincolored illusion at the neckline. Mrs. Leonard Schwartz chose a dusty pink linen sheath with an open-latticed neckline. The lattice was sprinkled with rhinestones A black and white silk print sheath was worn by Mrs. Benjamin Goldhagen. % %  : % %  luiRS. Julius Leaser's white %  pique was printed with oversize coin dots of aqua, blue, and green. Her fitted bodice had a scooped neckline and her skirt was full. A silk brocade sheath In a champagne color was the choice of Miss Sherry Miller. A self-fabric wide cummerbund encircled the waist, and her neckline was the slashed bateau. Mrs. Samuel Salant chose a twopiece cotton. Her fitted bodice was in black, and the lull skirt ard matching jacket were in a black and white checked gingham. An iced blue silk shantung sheath was worn by Mrs Anna Block. Her bodice was Ol appliqued lace, with a scoope i neckline and fhort sleeves. steins Reveal Bryna's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stein, of Vt'hoguc. N.V.. announce the enBgement of their daughter. Brj a. to Bernard L. Harris, son of Mrs. David Harris. Bay Harbor Islands, formerly of Detroit, Mich., and the late David Harris. The bride-elect is attending the University of Miami as a major in education. Her fiance is a Graduate of "'rani-rook School in Detroit, and attended Duke University, where he was affiliatedwith Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. He received a BA degree from 'he University of Miami, and is now attending the university's medical school. The couple plan to be married in New York in August. MISS BftYNA STUN Feindt, Farkas Exchange Vows Mi.-s Sandy Parkas, daughter Mr. and Mrs. LoinFarkas, 6437 sw nth St.. became the br ol Air Force Statf Sergeant G riel Feindt on Saturday <>venii .. Mar. 23. Ceremony took place in Giand Ballroom of WestbrSD Country Club, and was lollop by a reception there. The new Mrs. Feindt it a gr. uate of Miami Senior High, a 1 has been a secretary at JackI Memorial Hospital. The bridegroom, who will stationed at Loring Air FOr Base, Me., is the son of Mr. a-. I Mrs. Carman LoBrutto. of La Park, West Palm Beach. The newlvwcds will honeymv t in New England. Hebrew Academy Chapel i o be Dedicated on Sunday Dedication Of the Hebrew Academy Students Chapel is scheduled for 10:30 a.m.. Sunday, at the school's site. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. The chapel, endowed by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gonshor, has a seating capacity of ,'!0o persons. Gonshor is a founder and member of the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy since the school was founded in 1947. The Ner Tamid ( Eternal Light) will have a double dedication ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Goldberg have endowed the Ner Tamid in memory of Mr. Goldberg's parents, and Mrs. 'Way to Happiness' "The Way to riaopiness" was the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolf son. director of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, on Tuesday, 9 a.m., on the 10th St. beach, following exercises of the Blimnastic Club directed by Lillian Fried lander. Rose Lobel has endowed if in memory of her hjsba.icJ, Solomon. The late Solomon Lobcl was a founder of the Academy and a vice president until his death in 1903. He was also a founder of Beth Israel Congregation. Hebrew Academy Women is presenting a purple silk, goldEringi d cover for the reader's pulpit. The cover, designed by WIZO in Israel, will be presented in memory of Itabbi Alexander S Gross' mother, Hanna. Rabbi Gross is principal of the school. He will officiate at Sunday's dedication ceremonies. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president ol Hebrew Academy Women, will make the presentation on behalf of her group. Also to be dedicated will be 16 frosted windows in the chapel ard the Adjoining music room, which was endowed by Mr. and Mrs. David Karron. Sandy Nadlcr. grandson of M Lobel, will deliver the invocatic Louis Mcrwitzcr, president of t Academy, will bring greetings the organization. Canter Rssenstein Set at Lombardy Julius Rosenstein, of MiI each; has been engaged for Passover Sedorim at the Loml-ardy Hotel by Sand-Ell Strictly Kosher Caterers under Rabbinical ervision. Roi i nstein will officiate [he Sedorim. and also conduct services during the week. Cantor 5ti in has had wide cantorial experience, and'has officiated casion at Temple Emanu El lie al-o served as cantor in a er of large synagogui In -l\ %  and was connected with regation Ohe\ Shalom in nr lando, Beth Sholom of Miami Beach and the former Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Special family rates are in effect for Passover at the Lombardy. and information can be obtained b> calling Sol Weiss or Lester Si al at the hotel's Crystal Room Ap't, Owners Gather for CJA Miami Beach apart ment house owners have been invited to a Combined Jewish Appeal meeting ai Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn 1234 Washington \\e. next Tuesday morning at H :30 a.m. The meeting, on behalf of the 1963 CJA, will feature the presefl tation of "The Long Hard Days." a film telling the dramatic story Of the modern day rescue and redemption of .lews who are on the move throughout Europe and North Africa in huge numbers. JIVYLLY'S TOURS 23 DAYS In ISRAEL AND EUROPE SPECfAl GROUP RATE ONLY soft lion INC. AIR MM Space Is Limited! Act Now and Have *he Time of Your Life This Summer in ISRAEL and EUROPE. for Information & Keterva-'ions PHONt or WRITE. Nam* Address City Phone No. Moie and Sam Tendrich and Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Cirlin at a Mt. Sinai'Hospital Blcod Donor session held recently ct Hibiscus Lodge on Miomi Beach made a family affair out of it when both brothers became donors, and Mrs. Cirlin assisted her husband, Di. Marcus Cirlin, director of Mt. Sinai's Blood Bank. TOURS .292* Mi*-Ate.;.Miiijt Bitch PH. it NOW OPEN AT THE DILIDO HOTEL FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE I. K. ETMAN FURS New York and MIAMI BEACH MANUFACTURERS AND DESIGNERS OF FINE FURS Manufactured in New York 350 7th Avenue PRESENTS FUR FASHION SHOWS THAT WILL BE HELD AT VARIOUS HOTELS A7AIIABLE TO ALL ORGAN'7ATIONS LIVE MODELS TO SHOW OUR INTERPRETATION OF STYLE AND F!NE WORKMANSHIP I. K. ETMAN FUR SALON-DILido Hotel MIAMI BEACH LINCOLN RD. AT OCEAN JE 8-0811 OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. To 6 P.M. SNAP-ON COLLARS NEW YORK & MtAMS 8EACH 1513 WASHINGTON AVE. 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M*JO Page 12-B Je*i*tncrkliar> Friday. March 29. 1963 Paul Kwitney, Miami Beach attorney and one of the subscribers to the corporation, presents the charter of the South Florida Zionist Youth Commission to Frank Farbenbloom, chairman of the Commission. Standing ('.eft to right) are George Stein, Soulhcin Regional executive director of Young Judaea, Mrs. George Stern, Mrs. Frank Farbenbloom, Mrs. Ann Millar, registrar, Isaac Donen, ZOA representative, Mrs. Elaine Leff, secretary, David Goodwin, second vice president. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Clara Burstein, treasurer, Kwitney, Farbenbloom, and Josh Rephun, vice chairman. Wally Gluck (left), newly-installed president of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach, honors D. Lee Powell, Miami Beach councilman and former mayor, as "Citizen of the Year." Gluck presents Powell a plaque "for his distinguished public service." Beach Outlaws Swastika Display Miami Bea Council has l assed in ordi outlawing the, tika and the Communist hammer and sii e symbols from display on tin B< The resolution tr iduced at a Council session by Councilman D. Lee Powell, former mayor, lasl Wednesday. JWV Pec* Elects Stern James Stern has been elected commander of West Miami Post 223, Jewish War Veterans. An Air Force veteran of World War II, Stern has been active in veteran's affairs her* and in Atlanta for the past 15 years. A past adjutant of the Department of Florida. JAW, he and his wife, the former Trudi Lach, live at 5*20 SW 94th Ave. Other incoming officers are Dr. Warren Zundeil. senior vice commander; Bernard Cole, vice commander; Arthur Rosen, junior vice commander; Irving Kons, adjut ant; Abraham Isgar. quartermater; George Hornik, judge advocate; William Jacobs, officer of the day; Leonard Schwartz, chaplain; and George Hornik, Murray Dronsky and William Avirom, trustees. Councilman Melvin Richard backed cp the ordinance, which was passed unanimously, by proposing a resolution, also adopted, "to lend every aid, assistance and cooperation" to county and Miami efforts "in the elimination and ext'tpaf ion of the odious and reprehensible practices of said group or organization." Howard Dixon. attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union, contested the ordinance and urged passage of another ordinance aimed at eliminating "discriminatory practices in places of public accommodation" in Miami Beach. Council Marcie Liberman mov' ed to table Dixon's motion until i the Council session meeting next Wednesday. Demo Club Cites D. Lee Powell Democratic Club of Miami Beach last week honored Miami Beach Councilman D. Lee Powell as "Citizen of the Year." The former Miami Beach mayor was cited for "his distinguished public service, civic interest, and dedicated leadership for the betterment of human relations." Special guests of honor at the banquet were Mr. and Mrs. ElI liot Roosevelt. State Attorney General Richard Ervin installed Wally Gluck, president; Henry \ Abrahams, vice president; Samuel Resnick, treasurer; Robert Sperling, recording secretary; Dr. Samuel A. Gluck, honorary life president emeritus; Harry Levy, executive member; Charles Herman, corresponding secretary; Rose Brown, financial secretary; and Theodore Truchin, general counsel. Trustees include James-Meyer. Dr. Arthur Nemser and Herman Solomon. Members on the board of governors include Levy. Dr. Gluck. Joseph Elman. Dr. Nemser and Henry Abrahams. Installed to the board of directors were Dr. Gluck. chairman, and Louis Forman. Rose Greenberg. Vivian Gluck. Ben Silver. Leonard Solomon and Pauline Schycon. Oratory Finals Set Tuesday George Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge 196 will meet on Tuesday evening at Castle Hall, 19th St. and Alton Rd. Following the business agenda, finals of the high school student oratorical contest sponsored annually by the lodge will be held. Winner will compete on a national level. Come On In ...The Wafer's Fine At MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY A* If SUMMER CAMP 0 10401 IISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI 31. FLA. OPENS JUNE 17 Wt lITIUmi CALL H t-744* Rabbi Stern Will Lecture Here Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregai tion and author of many volumes %  on Jewish law a.nd science, will lecture on the Great Sabbath. Saturday. Apr. 6, 4 p.m. His subject will be "Time and Space." The lecture will be a resume of | his recent book, "Emanation of Light." publish through the courtesy of Jacob C. Cohen. Rabbi Stern's theory is that "all religious laws and philosophical i doctrines of the Bible are scientifically sound and mathematically correct. Even Biblical laws of ethics are based on scientific rules and findings, and dietary laws are based on medicinal and chemical laws. "At present," Rabbi Stern said, "our scientists have no full knowledge of the science of the Creation. In ancient times, however, while scientific 'know how' was a theoretical one, nevertheless the science of the cosmos and of the atmosphere and the atom was known to many scholars." In his most recent volume. Rabbi Stern discusses "ancient scriptures that throw light on mo.lern physics and mathematical formulas that show the great amount of knowledge in the possession of an1 cient scholars." The lecture, to be held at Beth Jacob Congregation. 311 Washington Ave., is open to the public. Democrats Make Clean Sweep in Dade County m l The Democratic Party slate made a clean sweep of Tuesday's election. George Hollahan scored 64.511 votes to defeat Charles English, his Republican opposition, who received 33,290 tallies, and will occupy the new Senate seat recently given Dade County in the Florida reapportionment. In the scramble for 12 new Dade seats in the House of Representatives, the voting was as follows: Group 1—David Eldredge. Demj ocrat. 50.824; over Jay HcGlOn, Republican. 41.816 Group 4—Lee Weissenborn. Democrat. 56.528; to defeat Elwood Lippincott. Republican. 37.036. Group 5—Leo Furlong. Demo crat. 54.438; to best Paul J. O'Neill, Republican, 37.835. Group 6— Murray Dubbin. Democrat. 57.901; to win over Muriel C. McKay. Republican. 35.423. Group 7—Mrs. Mary Ar.r MacKcnzie. Democrat. 60,188; defeating William M. Manker. Republican, 33.160. Group s— Richard A. Petl : Democrat, 58.782, over Phil Chaf(tz. Republican. 32.224. Group 9—Eddie Con-.'. [ emocrat, 63,744; over Bob Rosasco, Republican, 30,389. Group 10—Jesse. Yarborough, Democrat. 60.928; to beat Tex Copulas, Republican, 32.466. Group 11—Tom Spencer D( moH Traini TUTORING ALL GRADES 1st through JR. 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Page 14-B fAmisii Fhridliair Friday. March 29. 1963 Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl 3 jj .•....;••. ..•! %  .. %  .il;. ..... Hotel and Country Club Row: The just-completed Doral invitational. %  olf Tournament, won by relatively unknown Dan Sikes in a finish j ver the veteran Sam Sncad. has been acclaimed by one and all as! ie most Micccsstul major gulling event ever held in the South Flor-i 'a area Over 25.000 people poured through the turnstiles for the four-day ent. a tribute to the determination and foresight of Alfred Kaakel, t vner of the Doral Hotel and Country Club. In addition to Kaskel, a great deal or trie credit ror tnis jreai 8 ccess can be attributed to three men: Frank Strafaci, the tourney .rector, who garnered ever) great golfer in America for the tournalent and directed all the mechanics of the event: Martin Levine. gen ral manager of Doral. who handled all the arrangements for the rowds, as well as having the actual course in top condition: and Jerj Dobin. Doral's director of advertising and public relations, who proneed the program book and supervised the press mom with the help the Cil of Miami'.News Bureau. Westbrooke Country Club has added ten acres to its site, Sheldon large and enthusiastic audience--. Favorite Foods: Maxim's, famed dining place in Surfside with an Tternational reputation for excellence of cuisine, inaugurated a new •licy Monday, offering complete dinners from S5 to S7.50. Andre Pascal, host and Mi.xim's spokesman, said the change is a .gn of the times brought on by the new federal regulations conccrng restriction on entertainment spending for business. + On Entertainment Front: The Four Bits, musical combo with a air lor comedy, open Friday at the Carriage Club, Miami Springs illas Led by Stu Watson on piano and organ, they are currently Jtting an album entitled 'Showtime With the Four Bits." to be diibuted by Miami's Viva Records. Bill Cary. Al Deet and Curt Law lund out the group. The Hora Dance Troupe, directed by Moshe Eskayo, famed exocrents of the Hora dance, are appearing this week at the Cinema Yiddish-American Vaudeville Theatre. The six dancers, with singer and instrumentalist, open Friday. Founded in 1961, the troupe demoted a whole year to the research and preparation of authentic Choreography, music, costumes, and then won wide acclaim for •heir spectacular premiere performance in New York City, in 1962. The Men Maddens, ol Coral Gables, at the Japanese Steak House, iiami Springs Villas, telling friends about an interesting trip coming P -mm. They and their guest, Jack Lcscouhc. oi NBC's 'Today' -how. will fly to Club de lv-ca. 140 miles south of Panama. Mert, resident ol Madden and Smith Aircraft Co.. will pilot his own plane D the trip. Tahiti^ Minei, whirler in South Pacific Polynesian Restaurant's Moody Mary Lounge nightly, confesses her name in Hawaiian means How About Me?" You can find out about her at the Hallandale low place. !sacc Stern Will Play Beethoven; Fete Sevitzky The University oi Miami Symphony Orchestra concert on Sun day. Mar. 31, at Miami Beach Auditorium, will be televised in part locally by WCKT-TV ( Ch. 7). Irom 10 to 11 p.m.. as a community wide •Salute to Maestro Fabien Sevitzky and the Symphony Orchestra." Featured artist for the Sunday performance, and the repeat concert on Monday, Apr. l. at Dade County Auditorium, is the eminent American Violinist Isaac Stern, sti in. however, will not appear on tliitelevision broadcast. On Sunday evening. Dr. Sevitzky and the orchestra will open th propram with Hvdn's "Symphony La Chasss," followed by Stem in a performance of Beethoven's Violin Conrert in D Major. The second half of the concert, the part to be televised, includes NicCai Rimsky-Kcrsakoff's "Russizn Easter" Overture Arcady Dubensky's "Stephen Foster—Theme and Variations," and Maurice Ravel's "Bolero." The Monday evening concert will consist of the Bestroven Violin Concerto, the RimskyKorsakoff wcrk, and the Jean S'belus Symphony No. 2. Principal reason lor the Salute is that I9:s marks the 40th annivery of Dr. Sevitzky's arrival in the United States. Born in Russia, he ha.a colorful career in music, which spans more than 60 years both here and abroad. He was music director of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for 18 years before assuming the conductonal reins ol the I'M Symphony in Oc tober, 1959. n i Dramatic scene irom "David and Lisa," starring iveu L>u;lea and Janet Margolin, holding over at Wometco's Mayfair, Sunset. Parkway, and Carib Theatres. "The Birds," the Alfred Hitchcock chiller, opens Thursday, Apr. 4, at Wometco's Palm Springs Theatre. Religious Press Editors Gather For Institute By Special Report NEW YORK — The American Jewish Press Association was represented at a meeting here Ol select Christian and Jewish editors pathered at an Institute for the Religious Press of the nation. Sponsor of the event was the National Conference Ol Christians and Jew.-. Joseph C. Weisbi of the Boston Jewish Advocate, president ol the American Jew i-h Pre-Assocaition, represented hiorganization at the threeday institute. Some 10 editorfrom throughout tlu' nation attended the ses si) ns ap in ol NCCJ's recently-mated pn ect, Religious Freedom and Public Altai:-.'' subsidized b> a $325,000 grant from the Ford Foundation. I nda included: 111 "A Descriptive Evaluation of the Reli. '< us Pn -in the Nation;"' (2) "Religion and Public Education;" (3) "Legislation oi Morality;" pnd i ; i "The !( % %  p insibilities ol Ihe Religious Press in a PluralisC/iyg Ivri to Meet Hebrew sp< i :ng g\ oup ol Miami Reach. Chug Ivri, will meel Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.. ..i Temple Ner Tamid. Program will feature %  > symposium on "'The Bible and its Translations.'' Speakerwill inelude Dr. Joseph S. Zuckeiinani and Martin I. Taub. I More Than Just a Vacation! j Sfe|lWiTo4|WL | SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA) i I "FREE GOLF" One Hour to Tampa and St. Pete. L-. Tel. 726-1161 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 SENIOR CITIZENS BOARDING HOME MEALS, NURSE, HOME-LIKE. PHONE 635-0035 AUTMOHIZtD DEALER Quality HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 St.vice AH Makes •!!.ii — Mold! STANLEY GOULD 1238 li-ctln Rad (At Alton fid.) Ttt—Tratfa*—Trloh)—Tumi n_ PkaiM Jt S-79U %  %  > Home Show Opens Sunday To South Florida The eighteenth annual Miami Home Show, sponsored by the Miami Board oi Realtors, will again be held at Dinner Key Auditorium on .Mar ;;i through Apr. 7. Admission is free, and more than a quarter oi a million persons are i xpected to see the exhibits. The doors open irom 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.. daily. John T. Slater, chairman of the Miami Home Show Committee, anticipates "one of ihe largest and finest exhibits ever io be assem, bled at Dinner Key Auditorium.' The M ; ami Realtors' booth will feature a treasure chest. Those who pick the lucky key that opens the chest will go home with a gift. Some of the exhibitors going into this year's -how include Florida Power and Light Co.. New Vurk Life Insurance Co.. Chrysler Corp., Southern Bell Tel. and Tel. Co.. General Development Corp., j Biscayne Chemical, and many I others. The exposition features many local and national manufacturers, listributors, builders, wholesalers! and dealers C. II. Brooks, who handled the show from 1946 to j 1959. will again manage the ex-' position. Youth Opera Set for May 5 The second Dade Youth Opera production Ol this season. •"The Barber of Seville."' by Rossini, will be presented at the Dade County An itorium for one performance on Sunday, May 5, al :> p.m. The Opera Guild Of Great* ami is presenting the Dade \ Opera Project. Founderof the project are Mrs. Alex Balfe and • Dr. Howard A. Doolin. The five artists singing in Ihis production of "The Barber ol S ville" v ill be Ford Found; ti i Fellowship Award winners, three oi them are coming to M ami under ihe auspices "I the l Foundation it: New York. The five are Stanley Kolk, n Ravson, Ginetta LaBianca, Spiro Mains and Joshua Hecht. Two local Miami Opera Guild ar' sts sin in i are Ruth Williams I Robert McPherson. th!f 'trnnhfr "T* '^^T^ b y some of Ration in Miami, naving recently expanded he trophies and awards he has designed for his showrooms in the Pan American Bank local and national organizations. This week, Bldq Ha'.part celebrated his 30th year of continued VI



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F.-iday. March 29, 1963 fcwlcf? flrririfain Page 15'B Judges Sifting Nominations for Winners In Dade's Outstanding Citizens Award Judges wore this week busily. engaged in sifting nominations ton the 16th annual •'Outstanding Citi-' /• as Award of Dade County." The award is sponsored each year 1\ Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, ;u (I cites one man and one woman (Hi an outstanding contribution to the welfare of Dade County. Kaplan Seeks Mayor's Post A. J. Kaplan, North Miami Beach attorney, a former municipal judge in the City of Northwot Miami, and a former special assistant to Florida's Attorney General, has qualified to run lor mayor of North Miami Beach, An active leader in North Miami Beach community orgamzaKAPLAN lions, Kaplan recently resigned as vice president of the North Miami Beach Property Owners Assn.. vhich has some 1,000 members. He is a former president of the Jaycees and B'nai B'rith and has been active in the American Legion, Jewish War Veterans, and Elks. Kaplan has vowed to "fight for the repeal of the sewer bond issue n elected." Many Winners At Gulfstream GuUfttream Park's "new" race track, praised by horsemen for its exceedingly safe footing, has SO far produced a high number of winning favorites and an enviable i ber of favorites to finish Ini -. money ugh the first 13 days of racii whea, 122 races were run, favorites accounted for win moni j in 42 events favorites finished second 26 i i a and third li times. The win place percentage proved better than even—55.7 per cent. On II v in only basis, the pcrcet I I at 34.4. gurfng the percentage of favori-ea in the money< the total i at 87. or 81.3 per cent. IUS far, eighl horses have gone i" post at odds less than even ey and only one has failed to h in the top three. The work must have been the result of civic motivation for which no compensation is received. Nominations closed here last weekend, according to Sanford M. Swerdlin, chairman, and newly-elected president of Sholem Lodge. Annual patron of the event is Joseph M. Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn. According to Swerdlin. women nominees for the award, which will be presented sometime during the first two weeks of April, include the following: Mrs. James A. Morgan, Mrs. Ruth \V. Greenfield, Mrs. Patricia S. Bromberg, Mrs. Dorothy Mertens, Mrs. William 0. Mehrtens. Mrs. Paul D. May. Mrs. James R. Davant. Mrs. Eileen Roscoe. Mrs Anilouise Stripling Boyd, and Mrs. Jay (Jeanne) Levey. Nominated for the men's award are George Shamas, Irving Schulman, Ainslee R. Ferdie, Jack Harding (deceased), Lee W. Blount, Abe S. Goldman, Maurice Klein, Raymond W. Butler, Jr., Leo Steinman, John I. Smith, Dave Rabinowitz. Michael Shores. George Crawford, John B. Turner, Roger Shaw. Roy A. Perry, Jay I. Kislak, and Mitchell Wolfson. As inthe past, judges include Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The Jewish Floridian; George Beebe. managing editor, The Miami Herald; and Ralph Renick, vice president in charge of news. WVTJ. New Exhibit At Temple Israel Seventeen leading American artists are represented in an exhibition of oil paintings which opened in the Community House of Temple Israel, 137 NE 19th St., this week. The exhibit, put together by the Micltown Galleries. N.Y., arrived here after a showing at Miami University, Oxford, O. It is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. LEGAL NOTICE tN SANFOtfD SWtRDUN Swerdlin Heads Sholem Lodge New slate of officers for Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. installed by Paul Seiderman. chairman, Florida Regional Board. Anti-Defamation League, at the Carillon Hotel is headed by Sanford M. Swerdlin, president, succeeding A. David Rayvis. Serving with Swerdlin will be Marvin Pearlman. president-elect; Milton Hahn. Martin Budnick, vice presidents; Morton W. Palmer, treasurer; Martin R. Hurwitz, financial secretary. and Alfred Kreisler, corresponding secretary. Past presidents include Eli Hurwitz and Sidney 11. Palmer. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CJIVEN thnt Hi.undersigned, desiring to engage ii business under 111•fictitious name of KHENANOOAll APARTMENTS ill £20-330 s.iih Street, Miami Beach, Hlorlda, Intend t" register Bald name with ih.Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count}-, Florida. SA MITEL VAN' iWITZ 1>H. STANLEY GORDON KOVNER At MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Hnenandoah Apartments :: 29, 1 5, 12, ]\< IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 59005-A RE Estate of I.II.I.IAN KRAl'SS, Dereaiied. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor and All Persona Ha Ina Clnlma or Demands Against Ha Estate: You are hereby notified and r. quired to present any claims and <•• manda which you may have again ill,estate of LILLIAN KRAITRH, d. ceased late "f Dade County, Florid m ih.County ludgea ..r Dade Coun and i lie the same In duplicate ail Section "33.16, Florid lr offices in the Cow n Dade County, Klo calendar months froi iii-t publication her. \\ ill Inlijllli il. Hi is M in Hi. • us pro) ided 1 Statutes, in i\ Courthouse i\ -i V' if ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has ,. and Y< >l" ARE IIEREBY REQI'IRED t" sei. .• a y ..I \ ..in Answi r t" the • -i11 of Comoii i he I 'la in Iff .ii 111 IN ESSEN, KSg Ii'l I Si Florida, and ti!. i he oi i.. mi! answer In t he i the i nf il I'll i i II II me April :;"i ii. I*•• %  I, In di I ,-ii ', the Blli "f '"inpliiinl H HI I ..is. II V oil VTEII Ma i: l; LEATHERMAN. I i l-'i'.i id.i Seal) it) K. M. LY.VI VN l)( put) ;%  -{•:IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59003 B IN RE Estate < MYRTLE HESSIE I >. -. %  IS' -I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS •in vll Creditors and All Persons Ha iinclaims or Demands Against Si Estati you are hereby notified and r< %  111 i i %  %  I to presenl any claims and d. mands which you ma) havi .main I hi estate .'i MYRTLE HESSIE d< i .-i-.-.i late "t I 'nde Count •. Il"i-iil to the Count) Judges of Bade C it -in,/ HI., the s ime In their ofl ili,. i 'mint) "out tl iiiae in i adi I "on lv, ii. Ida, within sis calendar moittl from the date of the first publlcatli nr the • "ill I..liarred Ri HIERT THEl 'I" 'RE Hl'DSON I R. MAYERS' %  • y I'ongri I • 12IN Oi itucxrics Fr More OSituaries, See Page 14-C Jack Stein (left), leading member of the Super Market Group, is shown with Abner Wolf, outstanding supporter of the 19S3 Combined Jewish Appeal, at the annual Food Division luncheon held recently at Miami Springs Villas. One of the largest attendances ever recorded by the aroi'o resulted in a total increase of 100 percent on behalf of the 1963 Federation drive. SCHWARTZ RR V X.. nge 66, .li. .1 Mar I* ".i I) •!' Si n York City, he nf Mi II i Ri li eight yi Fornii chairm i n "t* t hi board of a t %  • :i I.. 1 1 Co., ;iinl Im. rial i'lasl lc> Co., he was foun %  nf thi %  .-• hlva of I latl i rhaii o .in of Its I ..' directors for is years 1 1" w.i ;, i., -in.i,.r and trust) e of Belle Harbor J< "is'i Center, awa> p.nk. N.Y., and a chai ii i founder and trust) e of th.h i'.n t •• i c 'I.--I-.n %  ron Ephralm, and the West Mile Institutional Synagogue, all ol New York City. Schwarti ited .i btilldina for orphans, a %  • ntrul kitchen and .i facade and t ol th. mili i ynagoffue >i [no Ponevel Yeshlvo In B'nai I; rak, Israel, and participated In 1 • h illdlng of Hi Ichal Shlomo in 'I'm B |1 | th,. s l o li o il k a s hlva in ifn.i i;i..u He was % %  in the Yeshlva I'nlverslty '..i donated n dormitory room Among his othi i phHan[crests were the Mirer % %  ••I. Yeshlva Torah Va. ..f Ni]... II dt, ., mill Mrs. Helen Schwarts, Orange, v i .-, brother, tvtOi ami nine grandchildren. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2238 IVHI.THA (illtMiN P nlntlff, ^ s CECIL tJIBSON, I ii'l'.iiil.-int NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CECIL U1BS( IN Residi nee uiiknou n YOU ARE HEREBY N'OTIF IED lhal :i Bill of Complaint f"i Divorce haa i filed ilinst i "ii. and Y< U ARE HEREBY REQI'IRED t" serve a copy ..i your Answer to tinBill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., i"M Seybold Build ng, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original answer in the office of the i "• %  k of th" Circuit Court on or hefori Vpi ii 39th, 1963, In 'l> fault "f which the Bill of Complaint will !"• against you. DATED Ma ch 26th, 1963. E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dadi County, Florida i Seal) By l< M LYM \N I leput) Clerk : %  29, I 11-12-19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59C06-B RE Esl '! %  of II VRNI TT VVtHiLKSTEAD 11. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All i • Itoi and All Pi rsons Ha ii., mands Against Sa Esta %  You tire hei notified and i • .,,,,,. ,i in II-. -.-lit any claims and %  which you may havi again Ihe I'ARNETT VVOOIJ %  STI: \ i %  .-..-..-. a late ol i '.oi'Coin iv. Florida, i" thi '"omits Judgi e linde County, and file the same duplicitti and as provided In Sectl' ilurlila Statuti a, In thi lr | >.\ %  in %  .i. -• Dade County, Florida, within six c:. .mi.umonths from the time of t publication hereof, or the san will be barn d. „. Dated -ii Miami, Florida, tins .'.. das of March, V.D. 1963. MINNIE V VVOOL.PSTEAD As Administratrix VVEINSTEIN .s u EINSTEIN \| foi \.l'i llistl.ltij.S Ijo Lincoln Kd .\iiiinii Beach, Fla. Mrs. Prominent rabbis throughout the nation, among them members of the presidium of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, gathered at the Manischewitz Matzo Bakery in Jersey City to bake Shmura Matzah. William B. Manischewitz greeted the rabbis in the name of the Manischewitz Comoany, which is now celebrating its 75th anniversary. Manischwitz products for Passover include gefilte fish, chicken soup, borscht, baby meats, cookies, macaroons, and assorted wine products. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3283 BARBARA ROSEXBERO, Plaintiff, \ El t\VARl) R< ISENBERO, 11. t'i ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti i: EDWA RI • III ISENH1 !R< I ADDRESS UNKNOWN You, EDWARD ROHENHERO. are ii, i. b) notified thai a Bill of Complaint I'.-I l llvoree has bei n lib .1 tigalnst you, nnJ you are re. Florida By: C r COl'ELAND i lepul > 'lei k \'( II:\I \\ II (lOLDSTEIN IUO N 11 I63l .1 Stl eel M III Fla. Vttorne) for Plaintiff 9, I 3-12-19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58731-C IN RE Estati • AARl N N EWMAN I ii NOTICF OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: in M.I i I."1 INS INTERES IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT. Y,.,, are herebj notified thai a written Instrument purporting i>> be tl last will ami testament "f saM ileo. dent lias i..-.-it admitted to probate i -ai.i i'..nit You are hereb) commanded "iiliiu six calendar months in.in tin date ol thi first publlcatlo ..r this notice t" appear In said CoWt any you can, \vti ili,. action "i said Court in H'lniittlnsald v*. 11 to probate should no! Btsw urn. v iked. i IE" Ri IE T 'I-ARK 1 'olllllV .lu.lu' Bs : MELB \ C. DICK, Clerk First' publication of this notice i the 29th da) "t" March, 196S. HENRY M. WAI1 ZK1N Ait." n< ( foi Exi c .tin s ;'.-. Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fla. .. i i-UNOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS 111 REBV OU EN th the underlgned, tlesli ng to engage I n.i. r tin fictitious name i HARMAKO ASSOCIATES!, (not n* M li SI Miami. Fla., II tends i" Id name with tli • Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>a<\ Count) MURRAY I. FREDERICKS Sole tun. r % 



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Southern Section JWB Plans Conference; -Jewish Floridian Mr ^ Mil, "? w l N !" 1 C tai !" w Mami, Florida, Friday, March 29, 1963 MORE PHOTOS OF CAMPAIGNERS IN ACTION PAGE 8-C The biennial conference of the Southern Section, National Jew— ish Welfare Board, has been anSection C nounced by David S. Goldberg of Charleston, S.C.. president of the Southern Section. CJAppeal Drives to Meet '63 Needs The conference will take place in Dallas, Tex on Apr. 26 to 28, and represents the major gathering of lay and professional leaders in Jewish Community Centers iii the 11 Southern States which comprise the Southern Sectiof. in making the announcement, Goldberg appointed Mrs, Milton Siikin. of Miami, as general conference chairman, and Joe II. Gol man, of Dallas. Tex., as conference co-chairman. Mrs. Sirkin, president-elect of the Southern Section, continues %  serve American Jewry and her local Jewish and general community in many capacities. In Greater Miami, she has been a past president of the Jewish Community Center, past president ol the Greater Miami Chapter of Iladaah, chairman of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami, member oi the Dade County Welfare Planning Council, and United Fund Budget Committee. Golman, current vice presid i.i ot the Jewish Federation of Dal las, is also the immediate past president of the Julius Schepps Communitj >~ nter, and a vice president of bis synagoj Immediately following the con ferer.ee. the Southern Chapter oi the National Association of Jev mm. MILTON SIMM :.-l> Community Ce iter Work v i I conduct a MTuoi profi ,,l institutes, The National Jewish Welt. Board is the national associati ol Jewish Community Certers a VMHAs, the government-accra i agency fi r serving the mor welfare and religious i eeds Jewish men and women in the I Armed Forces and In Veten FIi spitals, and the sponsor! aj ency ol the Jew ish Book Co i i] Q| An erici i rid the N tl Music Council. Construction, Real Estute and Allied Trades Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal plays host lo Teaders of their division and leaders of Insurance Group and of the Communal Services Division ot a recent showing of Divorce Italian Style" at the Parkway Theatre. I.ef* to right are Federation leader Stanley C. Myers, who appeared o:i the evening's One of the f : rst B'nai B'rith groups signing up a large part ot its membership as workers for the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign is Coral Gables Lodge 1682. Shown discussing campaign progress are Sol Sanders (left), outgoing president, and newly-installed president, Harry Kern. programGeorge A. Simon, of the Realtor's Group; F'mil Gould, Construction Group; Construction Division Chairman David B. Fleeman; chairman of Federation's Speaker's Bureau, Daniel Heller, who presented a slide film on the work of Federation; and Haiold J. Segal, of the Real Estate Division. Capt. Friedman Is Reassigned Capt. Joseph C. Friedman, of Kansas City. Mo., ibeing reassigned to Little Rock AFB, Ark., following his graduation lrom the I nited States Air Force missile launch officer course at Sheppard AFB, Tex. Capt. Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Friedman, of 625 Santander Ave., Coral Gables, learned the management of operational and maintenance activities and the principles of the Titan II missile systems. The captain and his wife, the former Marilyn L. Kram, of Phoenix, Ariz., have two children. A graduate of Southeast High School, he received his AB degree from the University of Missouri, Columbia, A member of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Capt. Friedman entered the service in April, 1956. Dr. Belkin Feted At Receptions Drug Division meets to map its participation in the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Left to right are Ernest L Lieberman, of the Riviera Pharmacy, who was host to the OJA function at his home; and Sam Goldman, Gull Drug Co., Morns E. Green. Greene's Pharmacy, and Jerome Stern, Roberts Drug Store, co-hosts. Members of the division pledged maximum participation in the Silver Anniversary campaign. Jewish Volume To be Published Jacob C. Cohen, noted Miami Beach hotelman and philanthropist, will sponsor the publication of the first volume of a projected ten-volume codification of Jewish law and science by the Torah Research Institute here, headed by Rabbi Tiber Stern, of Beth Jacob Congregation. Nathan Kohler, publisher of the Jewish Forum and Miami Beach winter resident, has accepted national chairmanship of the project now in progress. The first volume will be dedicated to the memory of Cohens late wife. Dora. Purpose of the project, according to Rabbi Stern, is "to correlate religious law with modern scientific findings." Dr. Samuel Belkin was honored it a series <>' %  events recentlj on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of his attainment of the presidency of Yeshiva University. He feted at a reception al I Fontaincbleau Hotel and at a Sterling Hotel dinner attended by hundreds of the foremost leaders of American and Canadian Jewry. Max .1. Etra, "I New York, chair man of ihe university's board ol trustees, Abraham Borman, of Detroit, Meyer Gassmer, of Toronto, and Leo Robinson, of Miami Beach, headed a lory li~t of dignitaries who paid tribute to Dr Belkin and to the tremendous growth ot Yeshiva University during Ins presidency. The functions were part ot a 530,000,000 development program of Yeshiva University, exclusive of a separate $35,000,000 development pr03ram for its Albert Einste:n College of Medicine. During Mr. Belkin's presidency, the university's enrollment ha~ skyrocketed from 850 to 5.200; the faculty has grown from 91 to 1.200; ihe number of constituent schools has leaped from four to 17; its budget has increased from $414,000 lo S19.000.0O0, an increase of more than 40-fold; and its physical plant has developed from one building to ii ur major teachirg centers Xew 1 k City, \ ilucd at S31J Dr Belkin described Ihe gr< • ion of the universi v i % %  rti< isions ati Softool Sciem e, the Gi i duate • ihool %  rfu< ition, and Ihe Wun -i hool of S n ial Work. %  We hai c >nc< n ral d thus I on develi trading top faculty an! studi and developing exc< Herd progr of research aid study,*' said D. Belkin, "Now we turn our att< • tion to constructing the most moem phyical facilities to house colleges and schools. This is blueprint for the Sixties." Seder Slated At Temple Judea Victor Relter, chairman. nounces that a congregatioi Seder will be held at Temple Jud< I on the second night "I Passo' Tuesday. Apr. 9. at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Mordecai I'odet and ( tor it. Richard Brown will oti iate, assisted by a profession choir. A complete traditions Seder dinner will be served. Reservations are being taken the Temple office. Naomi Hadassah Group Naomi Group of Hadassah sponsored a games night on Sunday at Hillel House on the University of Miami campus. Success of series of events in South Florida honoring Dr. Samuel Belkin on the 20th anniversary of his attainment of the presidency of Yeshiva University is discussed by (left t^ right) Max J. Etra, chairman of the board of trustees; Leo Robinson, president of the Florida Division of Yeshiva University; Mrs. Robinson; and Dr. Belkin.



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Fridav, March 29. 1963 f fcwislh fk>ridlii&in Page 3-C Jacor C. Cohen receives the first annual Mesivta Senior High School "Prince of Torah Award" at a concert featuring Cantor Moshe Koussevitsky. Loft to right are Sam Reinhard. Leo Robi:.cn presenting award to Cohen, Cantor Kous.3evitsky, and Charles Fruchtman. Some 800 persons attended. Cohen Receives Mesivta Award Youth Group Sets Conclave Southeastern Federation of Temple Youth will hold it* annual conclave in Jacksonville this weekend. Delegates from Temple Beth Am will include Richard Abel, president of Florida Region, Larry (ilickman. Judy K.rk. Eunice Tn'i. Ted Silver, Katherii'c and Leslie Josephson, Loren Kapport. Marcia Orovitz, Russell Blank. Judy F.restline, Leslie Reiken, Judy Clein, Merrie Blocker and Ellen Glasson. Sylvan Holtzman is adj visor. The group is presently engaged in raising funds to help fun ish the soon-to-bc-completed Youth Lounge in the building, which will have a kitchen and a stage, and accommodates 5U0 people. Jai <'. Cohen, Miami Beach hotelman and civic leader, was the recipient of a Prince of Torah A' ard Mai '. the first annual presentation <>t the award was the Mesivta Senior High School re, entlj • I a concert featuring Cant< r M -lie Koussevitsky. SHERATON Leo Robinson, chairman of the Mesivta concert committee, announced the award recipient. Charles Fruchtman. program chairman, said that the concert was dedicated to Cohen, who is one of the original founders of I lie school. The conceit was held at Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium. SHERATON-KINGSTON HOTEL Business is a pleasure here in lively Kingston! %  All air-conditioned %  Balconied guest rooms %  Garden swimming pool %  Family Plan %  Confirmed room-and-rate reservations. Just call your travel agent or nearest Sheraton Hotel %  Single rooms from S13.50 Bin Miami call 3/V-6454 Passover Listing Of Kosher Foods The 1983 edition of the Passovei Kosher Directory of fhc Orthodox Union, containing a record listing of rabbinically-certified Kosher for-Passover foods and related products, has been published. Copies are available without charge •on request oi the Orthdox Union, 8-1 Fifth Ave., New York 11, NY. fn a continuing effort to make the Orthodox Union's publications of maximum" usefulness to eon sumers. the 1963 Passover Direc tory has been trimmed from its previous pocketbook size, The new smaller size was decided on to make it DOS Ible for the -hop per to slip it mine easily into her hail, bag on shop; uu: trips. The 24-page 1963 Passover I)irectory lists 2.H" rahbinicaiiy-supervised Kosher fm Passover foods! and related products. An innovation incorporated for the first time in the 1962 Directory, a stepby-step description of ritual procedures to make the Jewish home ready for Passover, is again included in the 1963 Directory. Schwartz, Kelly Form PR Firm Formation ol the (I e r a I d Schwartz and Herb Kelly. Jr.. public relations agency was announce! here by the principals. Offices of the new firm are located in the Mercantile National Bank Bldg., 120 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Kelly, a reporter and copy editor for the'Miami News for 11 years, was news editor of Ch. 10 for four years under both the WPST and VVLBWTV managements. He is the -on of Herb Kelly, amusements columnist of the Miami News, and brother of Milton Kelly, managing editor ol the Ft. Lauderdale Dailj News. Schwartz, a former sports wntifor the Miami Herald and sport.-. editor of the Miami Beach Sun, was publicity director of the Thud \imy in Kuropc for two years alter World War II. He opened his own public relations firm here in 1950. and has lived in Miami for the past 30 years with the exception of a 30month stay in Nebraska. There he was prossecretary lo the late GOV. Halnh <;. Brooks. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 Beginning April 1st* EL AL will offer a new economy group fare to Israel: $535, round trip, from NewYork. Call your travel agent or EL AL Israel Airlines. JE 2-5441. •Subject to Government approval. Are your lires bald and middle aged? Get Genuine B.F.GOGL"^ "i SAM! TRSAD DEPTH • SAME TREAD DESIGN • SAME TREAD WIDTH as new B.F.Goodrich tires ALL 14" SIZES phn Fed in 43c t. •nd old tirr off tour or



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Friday. March 29, 1963 knisl' nr>rMifr Page SC The Torah Luncheon Club, part of the Temple Emanu-El adult education program, gathers at a semi-monthly session at the Shelborne Hotel. Left to right are Dr. Zev Kogan, Sol Novit, Nat Wolf, Herbert S. Shapiro, Mortimer Cohen, Sidney Raymond, Joseph M. Lipton, Dr. Irving Lehiman, Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman, Harry Sirkin. Dr. H. R. Mechlowitz, Leo Gardner, Charles Weinberg, Joel Newman, Herman Berk and Johan Berman. Upper left, Henry H. Frieder, Een Ball and Morris Lapidus. Not shown are Sheoard Broad, Leo Eisenstein, Leon Epstein, Benjamin Meyers, Al Ossip, Jack Popick. Burnett Roth, Louis Spector and Charles Yuvers. Bernards Mark 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernard, of Miami Beach, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at the Robert Richter Hotel, with members of their family. Attending were daughter and -on in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Low, with daughter Roberta. Miami Beach, and son, Arthur, of Gainesville; son and daughter-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bernard, with sons, Fredric and David, of Miami, and Walter of Gainesville; and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. .uid Mrs. Leonard Wolf, of Lakeland, with their children, Susan, liobert, Michael and Laurie. Resident of Miami for 16 years, the senior Bernards originally came from New York. Other members of the family attending the party came from New York, New Jersey, Ohio and South Carolina. MR. AND MRS. HARRY BERNARD Children Aid Heart Hospital Miami's National Children's Cardiac Hospital in Miami was the benefactor of an unexpected $17.50 last week, thanks to a group of youngsters on Treasure Island. The five children, all students at the Treasure Island Elementary school, held an 'Exhibition in Exercise" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fraad for their neighbors. Rain cancelled half of the show, but failed to dampen the youngsters' spirits. The show went right on. Participating in the exhibition were Eric Fraad. 8; Mark Fraad 6; Karen Fraad, 8; -Casey Miller. 9; and Barry Lee, 9. The enterprising youngsters turned over the proceeds to the Cardiac Hospital's executive vice president. Phil Houtz. HOME MILK fakes pleasure in announcing to the Jewish Community oi Greater Miami that they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with Kosher Milk For Passover HOME MILK IS SUPERVISED AND ENDORSED BY WATCH FOR THIS INSIGNIA KOSHER FOR PASSOVER 2963 ENDORSED srRABBl JOSEPH E. RftCKOVSKY THF SENIOR ORTHODOX RABBI OF GREATER MIAMI^ For Information About Kashruth Call Rabbi Rackovsky at JE 1-3595 TELL YOUR DRIVER OR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY SENIOR ORTHODOX RABBI OF GREATER MIAMI AS KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Balkin Lodge Elects Ferdie Ainslee R.' Ferdie, 929 -Malaya Ave., Coral Gables, was named president of Gilbert Balkin B'nai B'rith Lodge for the year 19&-64 at an election held at Crown I Lanes. Ferdie is also a vice president o( the South Florida B*nai B'rith Youth Organization, a past coin mander of Murray Solomon Post 243, Jewish War Veterans, president of the Coral Gables Young Democrats, and is on the board I of directors of the Coral Gables Optimist Club, Miami Multiple Sclerosis Assn., and L)ade County Young Democrats. Other officers are Robert Fried man, president-elect; Bernard B. Weintraub and Sherwin Givel. vice presidents; Jerome Jackson, treasurer; Barry Potlock. recording secretary; Ira Segal, corresponding secretary; Larry Kaplan, fi nancial secretary; Kenneth Berman, guardian; Sam Meyers, warden; Norman Brown. Sandy Susman, Marshall Furshman, I'r Rubin, and Richard Wise, trustees. Outgoing president, Walter Apfelbaum. was named chaplain. Formal installation proceedings were at Peterson's Steak House here recently. South Florida Council president, Ed Stern, and AlhSlEE R. fERDIE Florida State president, Charles Seiavitch, both past presidents i the lodge, will assist in arrange* men's. Hatikvah 'Nite-Out' Hatikvah Chapter of Mizraci i Women held a "Nite-Out" to rais funds lor its Youth Aliyah pre jects in Israel on Saturday ever\-u al Waldman's Hotel. HDlVWS PHONE FR 4-7696 REMEMBER The memories of Passovers gone by—the search and sale of the ChomeU-Grancfpa poking around the kitchen, making the horseraa.sh and the Choraches—putting on the new suit of clothes and shoes-pockets full of hazel nuts-and almonds—anxious^ waiting for the Seder to start-Uncle Joe and Aunt Sadie v.ere 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 give* with Grandpa's voice ringing out over all—the first half of the Higidah almost overeven the bitter herbs tasted so good-Passover it was always "strong"-all were compslled to eat it otherwise we could not get the hard boiled egg and salt water-ans then the meal—nobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandma—we ate—an4 ate and then the "Benchen"-and the rest of the Hagadah-and some more cups el wine-and the opening of the door—and the stories of how in the old country someone friehtened the whole family by appearing at that decr-but best of all the songs wrtd which the second half of the Hagadah abound-and the feeling of dro*$iness—content ment-aiid the lhou t :.t ;iial tomorrow the same thing once more MANiSCHEWITZ WINE COMPANY, M. 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Friday. March 29, 1963 vJenisti Fkradliiar Page 7-C SCOPE ... BY ALAN SHECTER TV Reporter Travels the World in Quest of News Television is the mo : t power lul me.iium ol communication in the world. Us forceful impricreaches out to millions of eye-ill ears every clay. Despite talk of a "vast wasteland," some of the ton expenditures of televi ion stations ancM networks a r e| poured into th production of in formative, e n lightening pro; grams, with, much emphasis' on factual up-tt ; ihcminute new reporting. Miami's Be Silver has som. definite ideas aDuui television Florida viewers. Silver traveled news reporting. One of the top TV reporters in the south. Silver has traveled all over the world to collect anil report news for South Floridians over WCKT, Ch. 7. Silver enthusiastically pointout that television news programming offers both clear, concise reports of the daily news, as well as detailed, depth coverage of the week S events on both local and national documentary programs. He oes not agree that his im I ium is a wasteland at all. Off to Soviet Union In 1959, when Gov. Collins joined a group of other Governors on a lour of the Soviet Union, WCKT assigned Silver and Wayne Farris to accompany the group and report some of its findings to South some 10,000 miles within the borders of the USSR, including visits to Moscow, the Kremlin. Leningrad, Kiev and other cities. Ben's traveling assignments have also included Paris, with the Governors; Mexico City, to report on the Cuban dilemma; California, to gather facts about Aerojet General Corp; and a ho.-t of other places, like SAC headquarters in Omaha, and assor'.e I stories emanating from New York. Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit and Tallahassee. He has covered no less than eight stories from on-the-scene Cuba. What of the new Ansin management's effect on WCKT's news coverage? Ben replied that since Sidney Ansin purchased the station. WCKT has added an hour-long weekly documentary titled "Outlook"' and has enlarged the staff of the station's News and Public Affairs Department. Another documentary call e • %  "Florida Forum" has also |usl gone on tic air with favorable reaction. Element cf Surprise Married aid the daddy ol two boys ami a little girl, the 35year-old Silver is a member '. Temple Ada'h Yeshurun. He has adopted a style of reporting in which he strives to be as sim pie, understandable, factual and objective as possible. It is within his discretion to determine which facts to include in his report, and he recognizes this as an important responsibility that requires objectively in the highest sense. Silver is critical of certain government officials who withhold rews under the false cloak of national security, when actually they are trying to cover up mistakes. He has learned to be vigilant and persistent when digging for his stoneNews reporting is not with(Hi its dangers and amusing epigodes in Silver. Back in 1958, trying i'i report on Ihe Cuban situation fr mi Santii go de Cuba. ver hailed a limousine, paid t\> o i e IOS 'ii advance for tvansportat i i hid hotel, and was taken straight to jail where he r i held for five daj s. He laughs at the frightening experience now. but he wasn't laughing when it happened. Ben freely admits that part of the fun in news reporting lies in not knowing where his assignments will lead him each day. The elements of surprise, drama, human interest, responsibility and importance to the community—these are the factors that challenge him in his pursuits to keep us well-informed through, television news reporting. Teen Swimmers At Westbrooke Westbrooke Country Club has over 50 swimmers participating in the Red Cross "Swim and Stay tit" program in conjunction with J President Kennedy's physical fitness program. Six who have completed 50 miles arc Martha Green, Larry Seitlin, Cichard Taylor, Bernie Bekkers. Jon Knight and Jay Klein. They are now on to try for 100 miles in order to receive a special award from Coach Bob Frcidman. Martha Green has completed the most mileage in the Bed Cross fitness program with 85 miles to her credit. Eight-year old Rebecca Seitlin, star of the West Palm Beach and Pompano Beach A.A.U. Age Group Winter Development Meet for Westbrooke Country Club," now is Florida Gold Coast Champion in II the 8 and under girls 100 yd. individual medley. She is also ranked second in the 50 yd freestyle and second in the 50 yd. butterfly for her age group, and received national recognition in the March issue of "Swimminn World"' for 8> ear-olds and under. Twelve-year-old Jams Lewis, of Westbrooke County Club A.A.U.; i.vun. ranks fifth and better m Senior A.A.U. events Westbrooke is planning four annual Invitational Meets in swimming and divinj each year start II this summer Palmetto and Ihwest High Schools use the Westbrooke pool for training. Dade Federal Exec, in Address Catherine H. Fahnnger, assistani vice president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. has been appointed vice chairman of the Chapter Administration Committee of the American Savings and Loan Institute of the United States Savings and Loan League. MrFahringer spoke on public illations and advertising at the 38th annual conference of the American Savings and Loan Institute held in Denver. Colo, last week. Israeli Labor Group Agrees to Wage Freeze REBECCA SEITLIN Blood Bank Drive At Beth Am Temple Beth Am Brotherhood held its Blood Bank drive recently at the Temple. Those who donated were Mrs. Milton Green, Dr. Henry Wechsberg. Edward Grad, Bernard Abbott. Joe Molien. Marvin Shapiro, George Malin, Joseph Altschuller. Byron Cherkas. David Kates. Sol Schwartz, Sam Fox. Mr-. Bleazer Greenstein, Melvin Frumkes. Also Julian Benjamin. Daniel ( ravitt, Arthur Jacowiu, Lee liar ris, Sylvan Pawliger. Norman Todd. Harold Rosen, and Mr-. Ralph Leidner. Blood is available to Temple members and their families. Chair •nan of the Blood Bank is Nathan Gaines. TEL AVIV — (JTA) The proposal by Mapai for the Histadrut, I Israel's labor federation, to enter | into an agreement with the Gov-1 ernment for a one-year-freeze of i wages and taxes was adopted by 1 the Histadrut executive recently over the opposition of the Mapam and Achdut Avoda members. "Workers committees" organized by Mapam and other opposing factions, staged a one-hour warning strike in various parts of the country previously. While it was agreed that the Histadrut Council would hear appeals by Mapam and Achdut Avodah against the wage freeze agreement, the Histadrut Trade Union Department announced that it would be guided by the decis'on of the executive in its negotiations for wage agreements. Mapai supporters of the proposal pointed to the danger to Israeli workers "if we do not meet the challenge of the European Common Market." They stressed that jobs would be endangered if more and cheaper Israeli goods were not sold abroad. 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Fri day, March 29, 1963 uhanin Leaves Workmen's Circle ~. ,j, num-f^r/h^n I By Special Report \[ YORK — Nathan Chanin, outstanding figure in Jewish life for nearly half a century, has announced his retirement as general secretary of the Workmen's Circle, national Jewish fraternal and cultural organization, Chan ;. whose 75th birthday was < imtnemorated last year, said thai '• plans to continue his asso18 with the Workmen's Circle and other organizations in Jew is! Ufa, lie has long been a leadej in Hias, Bonds [or Israel and the Jewish Labor Committee, which he helped to found. Jacob T. Zukerman, president oi the Workmen's Circle, said that Chamn'a retirement had been acccpled with "keen regret," adding thai the title of general secretary in the Workmen's Circle would bi. %  retired with Chanin, who has been blamed General Secretary Emeritus Wit! Chanin's retirement, which becoi es effective on Mar. 31, Ben jamii Gebiner, assistant general '• for 25 years, will beI Will. will Page 9-C ^ and L? t m v7 M \ 0f ,he Dade Cou *Y Democrat* ParPartv „„ ylG chairman Dade County Republican K^H^Tff C de f Fair Prac,ices as Miami Dade County Fair Campaign Practices Committee to Counter Smear Tactics xecutive secretary; and Stern director of the EngDeaking Division for 17 years, • come administrative direc ..I man Vefroikin, education, ir for 12 years, will continue r! national staff officer. JWV Post Holds Installation Here Installation ol new officers for tin lurray Solomon Post 243 of Con Gables was Sunday evening 7 Bird Rd. eatured speaker was Earl Fairclot! Outgoing commander. Mrs. a R. Tucker, presented the gavel to new commander. Michael Schtihter. and assumed the post 01 chaplain. Also installed were Solly IVildsteiffl and 1 -Howard Melnick", Vic commanders; Morris Zipper] quartermgster^ Joseph Hammer, Officer of. the day; Harry Valkowitz, Loo Ciment and Al Constanline, trustees; and Ainslee Ferdic. judge advocate. The Dade County Fair Campaign Practice Committee was established here recently. Consisting of ten citizens representing the business, political and relilious community, the group will serve as a non-partisan voter education group whose sole purpose will be to call public attention to unfair election campaign tactics. Headed by Miami Attorney Richard A. Pallot, the group consists of Rev. John A. Sweeney, of the Gesu Catholic Church; Dr. Joseph R. N'arot. ol Temple Israel; Rev. Warren I. Densmore. of The Church of the Resurrection; Marcus Kyle, chairman, Dade County Republican Party; William C. Mar tin. chairman, Dade County Democratic Parly. Also, Dr. Thomas Wood, chairman. Department of Government oi the University of Miami; HerBankers Named To Committees 1 '• ude A. Renshaw. president, and Milton Weiss, director and counsel of Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. have rceeived appointments to commit'"'• of the United States Savings %  nd Loan League. Renshaw was named to the com-, mittee on Federally Chartered In-| stitutions, and Weiss to the At-' torney'a Committee. rh' 1 League previously announced appointment of A. Louis; Brown, Jr., executive vice presi dent, and secretary of Miami; Beach Federal, to the Investments; and Mortgage Lending Committee. Summer Camp At Westbrooke Westbrooke Country Club's Summer Day Camp will initiate its third season right after the close ol schools in June, club officers: announced this week. The nine week program starting June 18 will include both halfday and full-day sessions. However, the hall-day sessions will. only be available to youngsters 1 '!'•.• to 6 years of age. Mrs. Jane Schulman. WestbrookeI Day Camp director, said the fullday program will run from !> am, to 5 p.m.. Tuesday through Sat1 urday. and from 1 to 5 p.m.. on I Sunday. The half-day program j will run five days. Tuesday through. Saturday. Mrs. Scbulman introduced new members of her Westbrooke staff at a camp reunion last weekend. New staff members include Mrs. Carol Cynamon. Mrs. Iris Solomon, and t pnnarr) c-h.iirtz. bert Benn, president. Junior Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. Doris Lee, president. League of Women Voters; and William T. Krualak II. representative of the Government Research Council of Miami, with Bosh Stack, president of Image, serving as voluntary public relations counsel. According to Pallot. "the committee has been in the discussion Stages for several months and has been activated because citizens of this community are alarmed at the unjustified abuse candidates have suffered during political contests. "Campaigning by smear, slander, distortion and innuendo really amounts to an attempt to cheat the voter of his right to make an honest choice. We encourage the public to watch for and report smear tactics and to turn the force of public opinion against candidates who substitute name-calling and false rumors for argument," he concluded. Founding inspiration of the organization was the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, of which Seymour Samet is executive director and David Fleeman, president. Pallot is a member of the chapter board. A Code of Fair Practices consisting of seven key pledge commitments was presented for signature to the 160-odd local candidates in the Dade area who recently ran for State Legislature posts. The committee is dedicated to eliminating unfair or smear tactics. During election campaigns it will function as an educational and investigatory body handling specific complaints when made and will report its findings to the public at large or to the proper regulatory body. t the -CO* ... superb service ... incomparable facilities for PRIVATE PARTIES BANQUETS WEDDINGS • LUNCHEONS MEETINGS t COCKTAIL PARTIES Let us show you our beautiful private rooms and exquisite public rooms which can be made available for any social event...highlighting the plush new Empire Room, the Eden Roc at its regal best! All your occasions will be memorable ones when celebrated at the Eden Roc I j JACQUES OSTADAL, IM-, mht fucJ Di-r,i PNONIiM 1-2MI ^k OCEANFRONT, 43th to 471h Sn. f A MIAMI BEACH A representative of the Florida State Attorney's office will be assigned as an ex-officio member of the committee to investigate re ported breaches of Florida election statues. Witness in Trial Against Nazis Has Tables Turned on Him COBLEZ (JTA) A witness in the trial of 12 former Nazis in the wartime murder of 35.000 Jews in the Minsk ghetto in Nazioccupied Russia was himself charged with such killings and arrested here this week for trial. The witness was "Reinhardt Breder, of Winkel. a 52-year-old economic adviser and former deputy SD commander at Minsk. He was confronted at the jury trial of George Heuser and 11 other Nazis with a Soviet "Brown Book" recently submitted to the court. According to the documents in the Soviet publication, Breder was responsible for the killing of some 2,000 Jews at Sluik. Breder denied the charge, saying there never was "an execuHfl pit under my command." He also said he was elsewhere at the time and was admonished by Court President A. Randebrock to tell the truth. Several public prosecutors in West German courts recently held a meeting here to study the documents in the Soviet Brown Book. Meanwhile..the court ruled that ii was not necessary to call to the witness stand a high official of the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation who has himself been accused of having been a Nazi collaborate. The defense had askfd permission to put on the stand this official. Dr. Frederick Karl Vialon. The court r.Uled that the questions to have been asked of him by the defense "are not of vital importance to the trial.'' Earlier this year. Dr. Vialon, who had been an oflicial in the .Nazi administration of the Eastern Territories, was slated for appointment as State Secretary of the Finance Ministry. After pro tests against his choice for the post, the position was given to another appointee. Joint Purim Party Held Here Bialik Branch of Farband and Chaim Oreenberg Branch of Poale Zion held a Purim celebration jointly with Pioneer Women, Club 1. at Farband Cultural Center on Monday evening. Guest speaker was Dr. Isaac Interman. noted Talmudic authority. 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*-aoe w. ?age 10-C fJewist fhcrktian Friday, March 29, 1963 The Courier Philip Houti has resigned as ecutive \ ice president of the tional ( ildren's Cat dia< Hoi Ul Houtz, oi 3711 Pinetree r. moved here in 1961 to accept e Bositton with the hospital, inch recently moved into its %  w Si.800.IXK) home In the Metro .Milan Medical Center. Houtz. ho came here from Denver here he was executive director the National Jewish Hospital, %  i d he has no immediate plar.s. Dr. Irving H. Black is presir.t elect of the Florida Podiay Assn. The Lincoln Road liropo.iist advocates plenty of • alkmc. hut hasn't endorsed the 9 --mile craze Bernard Lit<~>an, ot Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, placed •rver.th in the nation for lirst two lonth.s of 1%3 New members : the American Institute of v.P.A.s include Ira I. Bigman id Jay H. Rossm Bob Sieg• i, of Hegel Oil Co., is attending %  -.e annual spring meeting in .icksonville of the Oil Fuel Inltuie of Florida Jack Ross, back in his role as publicity chief : the Algiers Hotel, continues chairman of the Miami Beach iblic Relations Advisory Board. Glad to hear that Beverlyj Ketrsch, also a colleague of our; l the same board. i out of the jspital She had been named inner of the 1&2 journalism ward, along with two others, of ie American Osteopathic Assn. Jack Tobin, president of Tobtn and Rose Insurance Agen. y. announces the appointment I E. R. Hcckman as bond manner. Before joining the Beach rm. Heckmar, was associated ith the Federal Insurance Co.. New York Citj Back from Tallahassee, where e atten ed a hearing mnduct1 by the Surplus and Excess Lino* of the Florida Insurance Nnmiaakm, la Frank C. Rose Lawrence Singer, president Royal Castli System, is teaired or. the 26th Labor Relations 1 orum of Stetson College of ... dated Apr 19 and 20. at ,e Carillon Hotel Also on the am is Stuart Gordon, Seaaard Warehouse Terminals rexj Occidental L trance Com.;> Ich admintet pro.ram. has •o pol of a kej i American cororatlon i out to a $75 o premii i H .an:~: Stanton A. Hyer Drill eatured artist Mar ?6 .it Binder U sic Hall :• ne Blvd in a program presented by the Greater Miami Organ Club Genera] Motors Acceptance Corporation has named Al Budner, of Luby Chevrolet's new car sales staff, ; national spei In I Leonard Rosen's Gulf American Co. will be ii home on B Blv i on schedule New Miami Herald building Ibis weekend with most paper facilities u-, the world Lots oi luck to John Kniqht and Miami's morning dails Beach Couple Learn of Kaplan Naming to Board Mr. and Mrs. Boris Bieley. 7915 Byron Ave Miami Beach, have received word of the appointment by Goi Peabody, of Massachusetts, ot their son-in-law, Dr. Al vin D. Kaplan, of Arlington, Mass., to the Massachusetts Hoard of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan have long been active in Jewish affairs in the Arlington area. The) < amore the founders ot the first Jewish Community Center there. Recently, the Center combined with the Jewish Centers of Lexington and Bedford, and the unified institution is now housed in a new $250,000 structure in Lexing ton facing the National Shrine oi the Minutemen. Dr. Kaplan has for a number of yean occupied top leadership posts in the Boston Combined Jewish Appeal, and Mrs. Kaplan is active in the Women's Division. Mrs. Kaplan is also art supervisor of the school system of Medford. Mass.. and a profile on her was included in a recent edition of •Who's Who in Education." Each year at Chanuka. the Kap lans and their son visit with Mr and Mrs. Bieley. The Bieley s have lived in Miami Beach 15 years, coming here origin* lh "from New York City. Mr. Bieley is a retired drug manufacturer. Barton's Offers Trip to Israel A free round trip to Israel for two awaits the boy or girl who wins first prize in Barton's annual creative writing contest this year. The top prize-winning child, accompanied by an adult, will have an exciting visit in Israel. This is the 14th annual creative writing contest sponsored by Barton's Candy Corporation, manufacturers of kosher chocolates and baked delicacies. Its purpose is to help bring children closer to Jewish living through Jewish education. Full details about the contest can be obtained at any of Barton's candy departments, or by writ ing to Contest Committee. Barton's Candy Corp.. 80 DeKaib Ave Brooklyn 1. NY / WHAT'S \ MY l \ LINE?/ Dr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Kaplan are shown with Massachusetts Gov. Peabody iollowina Dr. Kaplan's appointment to the Massachusetts Board of Veterinary Medicine. Sky Lake Camps Set for Summer "The Forward Look" will feature Sky Lake Camps in the Blue Ridge Mountains for the summer ot 1963, blending the tradition of 20 years of fun and enjoyment with the newest in camping opportunities for children from 6 to 17. Sky Lake Camps, in the mountains of Northeast Georgia, has a beautiful climate which is cool and free of mosquitoes. Sky Lake comprises more than 1.000 acres, including two large sheltered lakes for swimming, boating, skiing and all water activities; outdoor athletic facilities including ba-eball. basketball, badminton, tennis, archery: and nlle range areas Sky Lake limits enrollment to 140 children so that special attention can be paid to each child. Directing the camp will be four people, including Donna Stein metz, graduate oi Heaver College, formerly associated with Camp Mohajh. Jack Alt man. connected with Sky Lake for the past 12 Near-, in the school system in Miami, who has spent many years working with children, including at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. He has a Master's degree in education. 4* Bernice Alt man, also connected with Sky Lake for 12 years, has taught in the Miami school system for the past 10 years. She was active professionally in the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center camp, nursery and children's activities. Donald Lichtenstein, former I river-ity of Miami star athlete and counselor at Sky Lake. He received a Master s degree in psychology at Louisiana State University, and is presently working toward a PhD Sky Lake Camps, a member ot the American Camping Association, will offer a full season of eight weeks from June 23 to Aug 18. and two four-week periods. June 23 to July 20 and July 21 to Aug. 18 IT M'*i; ;£*'!•,' '..;•. .*;;•HAS EVERYTHING KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Farband Group Plans Meeting Regular monthly meeting of the Farband. Ben-Gurion Branch, was t.> be held Thursd \ evei ii t Mar 28, 11 th Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington Avi Max Astor, president, will con Max Astor, president was to con duct the business agenda, inclu the group's participation in loca and ci\ ic progr A talk on "Reason and Belie?.*' followed by an open discussi was to i :•> Bernard Furman, cultural chairman. Undtr Rabbinical Supervision oi SS? 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Friday. March 29, 1963 Golden Agers Games Party Golden Ape Friendship Club ol mi YMHA.held ii* first ana games part las week in the "Y" Auditorium I || 16th Ave. irman of the event was Mrs | Rubenstein, and member ol (he committee included Mrs Braun, Mrs A. Bei rin, Mrs B i el, Mrs. .1 Goodfriend, Mrs parah Hams! urg, Mrs. Blsa Lang | I Mrs A. Yasen. \ Matter of Seconds," a film | ,. itfa safety for senior citl..,,. presented at the Gold e Friendship Club of 111.' liami VMHA on Sunday. ;! p.in auditorium. Dr. Jean Jones lerdue, a member of the Dade junty Medical Assn., discussed film. The meeting is open to all adults ol age and over. iscayne Chapter lall Held Here ne Chapter, National Cluli Cardiac Hospital, held {•Hearts and Flowers Ball" last ek at the Hollywood Beach lei. cocktail hour preceded the Iner, scheduled for 7 p.m.. and Ire were dancing and enterinnent throughout the evening, fommittee for the even) include I Charles Held Jr.. president; Howard I'llman Jr., vice tsident; Mrs. Jack Axelrod, Lirman of the ball; Mrs. Paul thman, ticket chairman; and Is Milton KomitO, hostess chairIn. >urs Announced it Biq Savings .'orge Kronengold Travel Ser re Miami Beach, this week an iineed a seritjfl of tours to Europe pd Israel at a savings "of at per person over the reglar fares." [The firm has announced that I' Vpril tours are practicall.\ out." to George Kronengold \ I S ; \ ice. 540 Arthur Godfrey (I lourcan be purchased for ittli as |642, Including eighl hvs of hotel accommodations with kfast in Israel: a 28 day In |i | iiidence Day tour, including a lay motor coach trip in Europe, |or St .099; a 22-day tour. Including lour days in Rome and four days li Paris, for $899; a 32-holiday. allowing 20 days in Israel, three 1 pays m Home, three days in Lucerne, and four days in Paris. sing deluxe hotels, for SI,249. All flights are on El Al Israel ir Line Jets and depart from ew York. Page 11Awaras Dinner Honors Pallot An av irds d n n e r was held here i in the Starlite Room of the i-ii ic yne Tei race Hotel in celebration ol Miami'.selection as "Third Cleanest city in the Na lion." According to E. Albert Pallot, honorary chairman oi the City oi Miami Beautlfication Committee, Miami finished third, behind Chi o an • Philadelphia, in the i ual competit ion, sponsored the National 'Mean L r p, pain and Fix-Up Bureau ii D.C, • Mayor Ri I rt King High City Manager \i l\ in R se I ed the ro ter ol civic 1 e a d e and government officials par paling in the award ceremoti) Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood was host congregation to the Jewish Music Festival ot Broward County recently. Featured was a narration and song entitled "Jewish Music Through the Ages" under the direction of Cantor Ernest Steiner, of Beth Sholem, with Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz, spiritual leader of Beth Sholem, acting as host rabbi, and Mrs. Samuel Mendelowitz as narrator. Bottom row (left to riqht) are Mrs. Herbert Ungar, Miss Zelda Cushner, Mrs. Morris Freger, and Mrs. Marylin Stiles. Second row are Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun, of Temple Sinai, Mrs. Joseph Golub, Miss Betly Himmeliarb, Mrs. Jack Frank, and Cantor Steiner. Third row are Miss Barbara Himmelfarb, Rabbi Mendelowitz, Miss Ruth Himmelfarb. Fourth row are Jack Lefton, David Cooper, Morris Axin. Not shown are Mrs. Jack Lemishow and Jack Hockman. Also participating were Pat Matthews, accompanied by Mrs. M. Schwartz, Temple Beth El; and Cantor Ernest Levin, Temple Israel. Beach Banker Talks in Capitol Arthur II. Courshon, chairman Hanking and Currency Committee of the board of directors of Wash attending was Claude Pepper, ington Federal Savings and Loan representing Miami's 3rd Conpresided at ihe Legislative presdonal district He is a senCommittee meeting of the Nation ior vice president and member ol al League oi Insured Savings and the board ol directors ol WashLoan Assns., held recently in ington Federal S and Loan Washington, D.C. Assn. Courshon, 1863 legislative chairman for the National League, Chuck link is Guest spoke before the House Banking mid Currency Committee on the Chuck Zink ol WTVJ wa< position of the savings and loan special guest ai Southwest Jewish industry On legislation expected tenter annual carnival and counlo KUiie before the current session try store on Saturday and Sunday of the Congress. evenings on the Center premises. Another member ol the House P138 SW 8th St. "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION fOR YOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. Welcome Wagon Remembers Special Family Occasions Carrying on our community's traditional hospitality, welcome Wagon Calls arc made when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. 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Page 12-C ^JewistifhrlcUairi Women's League Torah Luncheon Annual Florida Branch, National Women's L*yue of the United Synagogue of America. Torah Fund Luncheon was held recently at the Lombardy Hotel. Rabbi David Shapiro, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinic Assn., was speaker. A cantata. "My Child of Thee." by Ben Aronin, was presented by Beth David Sisterhood members under the direction of Mrs. Max Handshu. Mrs. Seymour Mann is Florida Branch Torah Fund chairman. Friday, Match 29, \%^> | Organ Recital Sunday A gala Purim festival was 'held Sunday evening. 7:30 p.m., at 1 Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute sponsored jointly b> alT the organizations affiliated with the Institute. Highlight of the evening was an organ recital, Sisterhood was host and served the trad al refreshments. Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, founders of Temple Beth Shirah, presented Citations of Honor to 11 members of the new congregation's Advisory Council who directed the growth and policies of the Reconstructionist Temple from its founding on July 9, 1961 to the recent purchase of four acres of land on SW 120th St. and 77th Ave., and its next project of building the first unit of Social Hall, Chapel, rabbi's and cantor's study, and ten classrooms. Members of the Council are (top row) Cantor Gottlieb, David Schaecter, Lee Aerenson, Dr. Howard Lessner, Harry Burak, Mrs. Jack Somberg, Morris Herman, Sidney Stein, Seymour Drexler, Buddy Yagoda, Norman" Miller. Bernard Friedland. Bottom row are Dr. David Markenson, Leo Martin, Leon Roth, and J. W. Baros. Leon Roth, Advisory Council chairman, presided at the congregational meeting on Monday. Mar. 18, in Suniland Hall, where the presentations were made. Temple Beth Am winners in the recent county-wide art and essay contest sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education are back row (left to right) David Leopold, honorable mention in art; Matt Engel, honorable mention in art; Pamela Grossly.an, honorable mention in essay; Jeffrey Rosenberg, first [ ze-winner in essay. Front row are Jack Weintraub, honorab.e mention, art; Judy Fagin, second prize-winner in art; Sammy Goldstein, first prize-winner in art; and Linda Green, fourth prize-winner in essay. Not shwn is Laura Schwartz, honorable mention in essay. School Students Present Play Highlight of the annual Temple Emanu-El Religious School Assembly held recently was the presentation of a Purim play by the Temple's Junior Players. Directed by Trixie Levin, the school's dramatics instructor, the teen-age cast included Karen Adler. Marjorie Freeman, Barbara Gordon, Arlene Greenberg, Diedre Greene, Harvey Insler, Johnny Kaplan. Eileen Karlson, Heidi Penchansky, Lee Rosenhouse. Alan Rosenstrauch. Selma Schickman, Robert Shevlin, Max and Sam Weingart, Benjy Stone and Wendy Unger. Gables Women Hear Speaker B'nai B'rith Women of Coral j Gables presented Dr. Leonard ] I. Lapinsohn. neurologist and psy j chiatrist, at a meeting hell on Tuesday evening at Hillel : House on the campus of the University of Miami. Assistant professor of neurology al the University Of Miami Medical School, and author of many papers in his field. Dr Lapinsohn's topic was "Relationships I Between Parents. Children and Grandchildren." A question and answer period followed the lei i ture. Program chairman was Mrs. Sici, ney M. Sanders. Child Rescue Fund The Child Rescue Fund of Pioneer Women's Club 2 I from the Purim festival Spot ei\ by the I'Happy-Go-Lucky .Circle" on Sundaj noon at the llarfenist Kosher Restaurant. In charge of arrangements were Mr. ;>nd Mrs. Hvni;m \nint and Mrs, Sarah Weisberg. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNtRAl DIRECTOR =•1 Beth David Sisterhood Beth David Sister held a tea i and champagne party on Wednes I day. 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs, David Sernaker. Beth Shirch Donor Luncheon ial donor luncheon of Tern th Shirah Sisterhood was ield Tuesday noon at Miami Spi • Villas Fa hions by Dslingers, Tiki and .tiered Lady of Dadeland were d by Sisterhood members. Funds realized will go to the group's fund project. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open tvery Day • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 y ^ %  fttntrat uAa/ul 1113 OAOI lOULtVAHD MIAMI IIACH. PUORIO* JIMN 2-9114 X LARRiE %  ILA8RCRO VUNIRAL OiRFCTOR A LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 BEYER Funeral Home JEWISH OWNED AND OPERATED 16660 N.E. 19th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI BEACH Wl 7-8691 HARRY W. BEYER, F.D. Emanuel Mandel Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Suppliei for Synagoauei. 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Friday, March 29, 1963 +Jmisli fhrktlawi Page 13-C 1% f #V dassah leaders complete plans for the Hassah-Israel 15th Anniversary Luncheon on u.sday. Apr. 4, at the new Doral Beach :el. Front row (seated from left) are Mrs. iclhy Krieger Fink, luncheon chairman; ka Lillian Goodman, president of Miami ;ch Chapter; Mrs. Jack Katzman, Woman of oi-Herz! Group; Mrs. Nat Barth, administravice president, Stephen S. Wise Group, or.d row (seated) are Mesdames Manuel ?:man, president, Shaloma Group; HadasFassler, president, I. R. Goodman Group; ..m Press, chapter Israel Bond chairman, .retta Szold Group; Joseph Meyers, pres:,:, Israeli Group. Standing (from left) are -.-.arnes Betty Feuer, Israel Bond chairman. Couple Have Golden Wedding Golden Wedding anniversary celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Jacobowitz. 1560 Drexel Ave., recently at the CromwelHiotel. Winter vacationers on Miami Beach since 1936, the celebrants became permanent residents 10 years ago, when Mr. Jacobowitz retired from the New York Post Office, having been with the department for 46 years. The couple has two sons, Sid Jacobs, of Miami Beach, and Morris, who lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two children. • ... \ MK. M.i> MKS. ISADOKt JACOBOWITZ Hanna Senesch Group; Al Wolf, Esther Group; Joseph Rosenberg, president, Soulhgate Group; Florrie Casselith, Esther Group; Meyer Harris, Stephen S. Wise Group; Harry Nelson, Israel Bond chairman, Brandeis Group; Philip Thau, luncheon vice chairman, Brandeis Group; Harry Platoff, Shaloma Group; Hany Horwitz, Esther Group; Esther N. Roberts, Bay Harbor Group; Herman Emil, Esther Group; and Anne Grossman, Women's Division director. State of Israel Bonds, Herzl Group. Not shown are Mrs. Samuel £* Goldberg, president, Morton Towers Group; Mrs. Mathilda Washton, Brandeis Group; and Mrs. Ben Zeigmund, president, Herzl Group. Goldmann Hopes Russell Letter Will Help Solution NEW YORK — (JTA) — Dr. | principle of equal treatment of all Nahum Goldmann, president of nationalities, to develop a policy the World Jewish Congress, exin relation to Soviet Jewry which pressed hope this week that the will assure for them full equality Khrushchev-Bertrand Russell exof treatment with all other reliV*, the Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood anniverand Tobias Sussman. Standing (left to right) :: luncheon at the Eden Roc Hotel are seatare Mesdames Rose Protzel, Harry Koretzky, Id left to right) Mesdames Sherman Kaplan, Harold Levey, co-chairman, Henrietta Lorber. \lexander Kogan, chairman, Irving Lehrman, Murray Schwartzman and Jack Fox. tc': Goldstein, president, Benjamin Greene, Jj) i r t k a a x change of letters on the subject of anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union •'may mark the beginning of a new and positive approach to the consideration of Jewish ques tions in that country." Dr. Goldmann described Premier Khrushchev's letter as a "strong repudiation of anti-Sem'tism" which, he said, would be widely welcomed. He pointed out however that "the fundamental problems remain unchanged. Religions other than Judaism are granted the facilities to maintain national federations of congregations with common institutions to serve common purposes, and to associate with and participate in international organizations." "Similarly," Dr. Goldmann continued, "nationalities however small, other than the Jewish are encouraged to develop their own distinctive culture and receive j massive support from the authorij ties for this purpose. This differ-' ence of treatment has been a cause of anxiety to Jewish communities throughout the world as I well as to large bodies of inter-, national public opinion deeply committed to the promotion of closer international understand-1 ing. "We address an earnest appeal j to the Soviet authorities, in ac-| gions and nationality groups. Welcomel/%n Honors Special Family Occasions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby.,' or moves to a new home. When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 liter. Leah, born Mar. ookryn to Juliette and lloimio Rothberg. Joins sisters 5, and Chaya 4. Paternal (parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hothberg. also of Brooklyn. mal grandparents, Mr. and Sam Schachno, celebrated aby'j arrival with an open party Friday evening in their %  t 4515 Sheridan Ave. 1 A son, Craig, born to Janet and; Richard M. Fleischer. 4850 SW 91st Ave.. joins brother Glenn. Grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Seymour M. Blumcnthal. Dr. Blumenthal is a consulting psychologist and marriage counselor. mjNGTONl H0TE1 -BATHsJ NEW HEALTH with every son, Steven Paul, born -• to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert hwertz, of Cocoa, Fla. Older Mhers are David Alan 4, and k. Larry 2. Father of the trio | r partner in the CPA firm ikM Schwartz, and Rothchild. Itt mal grandfather is Nat |hrtz, of Normandy Isle. Matnal grandparents are Mr. and ts. Arthur Sweigenthal, of MiHe is executive director of Riverside Memorial Chapels. Zionist Luncheon Club Wednesday Miami Beach Zionist District weekly Luncheon Club meeting 'was held on Wednesday noon at Waldman's Hotel. Afternoon honored Herman Weintraub. district treasurer, and veteran Zionist. Guest speaker was Dr. Harry E. Wolk. whose subject was 1 "Medicare." A member of the Dade County Medical Assn., and a graduate of Berlin's Medical I College, Dr. Wolk has observed ] socialized medicine in Hungary, I Austria and England. 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;ge 14-C #<#' inhridirun Friday, March 29. 1963 Making table decorations for Council's annual Angel Luncheon .-re seated (left to right) Mesdames Harry Kirson, Lincoln Division; Hyman Mintz, Indian Creek Division; Samuel \:rstein, Indian Creek Division; Charles Milkes. ray Division; Raymond B. Rubin, Section pres. ::ent; Jess Spirer, Section ways and means Lubfn to Receive Silver Wings Second Lieut Herbert Lubin has ered United States Air Force 1-.1l ir tr;:ininy al James Cony AFB, Tex Lent. Lubin. who has a BBA eleee from the University of Mi. will receive radar and celesnavigation training in Air rce T-29 "Flying Classroom" : craft. ill of Mr. and Mrs. Archie lin, of 3800 S\V 2nd St., the tenant 1married to the lor%  layne Magnus. vice president; and Sheldon Slote, Islands Division. Standing (left to right' 1 are Mrs. Doris Medcove, Lincoln Division; Mrs. Irvin Weinri'h, T p'ands Division; and Mrs. Emanue! Pollack, "Angel Luncheon" decorations chairman. 'Ihe luncheon is scheduled for Friday, Apr. 5, at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE 1 1 04 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Harding Ave Ph. JE 1-3612 Ph. UN 6-6171 pier re I CUSTOM TAILORING : > MIAMI BEACH 1104 LINCOLN ROAD SURFSIDE 9473 HARDING AVENUE HABERDASHERY 38th Year on Miami Beach A-l ANSWERING SERVICE, INC. SERVING DADE COUNTY CENTRAL NUMBER MO 1-4218 Samuel Feuerstein (right), national president of the Association of Hebrew Day Schools in America and Canada, poii Is to the large founders plague dedicated this week in the main lobby of the Hebrew Academy. The plaque, made of twoinch thick solid walnut, has name slots for 2C0 founders of the school. Looking on is Louis Merwitzer (center), president of the Hebrew Academy, and lacob Cohen, honorary vice president of the school and endower of the plaque. Founders Plaque Dedicated Here ROOF LEAK? CALM. vie TOR com* Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: _^ ACME • ^ i:(M>ia\i. T JE 8-7255 A founders plaque, seven ft. long and five ft. high, this week was dedicated at the Hebrew Academy ol Greater Miami, 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Carved from two-inch thick solid ESTHER LIPSCHUTZ DRAPERY SHOP SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM MADE Draperies—Slipcovers—Bedspreads 2725 SW27 Ave. HI 5-2151 nlso home Decorating service KEXT A CAR from $2.50 per day IIS pel wk. & milt-H*e churns AB0TT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 3-0326 walnut, the plaque was endowed by Jacob Cohen, honorary vice president ol the school. Designed by Sam Willig, of Art and Design for Industry, the plaque is lined with aluminum, copper and chrome, with name slots for 200 founders of the $1,000,000 newly constructed school. Attending the dedication ceremonies in addition to Cohen were Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, Louis Merwitzer. president of the school. and Samuel Feuerstein, national president of the Association of He brew Day Schools in America and Canada. The plaque, placed in the main lobby of the Academy, is titled "Founders Hall of Torah."' LEGAL NOTICE ,IM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOF COUNTY. IN CHANGER/ No. 63C 2403 ni.KASU R %  i % % %  \ ctcrani hi I'nlti d Btates il < %  • i... in H.II i>r tne.r isslans, ii Eban Differs With Guricii JERUSALEM (JTA> Abba Eban. Israel's Minister Ol EdUCaWASL J$ B RBNNAN and K nun. took issue in Parliament this KKANCKB URENNAN, UU W week with Prime Minister Ben' "'" Nf j'f.c E OF SUIT cut-ion on the question ol "comT<>: HTAXI.EY HHENN.W and i \ pulsory and tree high:school education m this countryEoan -,,.„,.-,,.i said U proposed instead a policy of "tree ;;-••-secondary education ror those wno creditors, i : .,, „ are adept and who wish it." -no^J Khan stated his views as he dis '"'%  ''*' r. I U %  cussed before the Knesset hisj YOI'AIIK HKRKIIY NU Ministry's 1963-64 budget, calling > suit h..* BXHJIN" for I£200.000.000. He described the „ r of > '. Ben-Gurion formulation on hi |h "" i"nitd ,. ,., ., _„_ 111* .-"• • •"••i.ii school education as imth imprac,,, ,.„.., .,.., ,,_ ,. |i< al ami unnecessarj %  Ilium!.. I llfj III. I |l|l, .1 |l| %  .].. %  • v | He said thai 60 per cent ol Is\M i. Him* %  of KIRBT M ,. i ,i r TII IN Ti i >i "i in I.I rael youth between the ages ol .,.••. .,",1 17 were ettini a high 'I I" J*l I 111 • 1.1 • school education. He argued thai ; this was among the highest per• *•, H<-r wiiii tn centages in the world, and expressed ihe view thai a vouth over .i ... i_ 11 i_ ... i n-fiire April in HI ihe age ol 16 shoul; be permitted a choice between further schoolIIKLMAX, KAII.AX X it i .. %  ..i .. i. i iiii-i and initiative toward a craft .. n and economic independence, if %  • • i *• %  % % %  > i % % %  .1. i i. i.:... %  • ni'l ,!: ''' I'll I" these beckon to htm. Mr Khans report showed that, ih i „, the pas) three years. Govern menl subsidies to hij-h schools • t %  i IM demanded DATED Ihls Gth iln> of Mil I K II I.E VTHERM \N rose from l £9,000.000 a yea 0) iii I £20,000,000 (about $6,700.01 %  Oil I I II ii r / C -i '.• %  i. ul ih i Dude Com II) K M IA >l IN I .-l.111> i'. ., Kn|itan ti I'.il I .\\ |.' -, .ii, I l>p| lilu NOTICE UNDER F'CTIT OU NMVE LAW \I iTli i: is in:i:i:r.\ i • hi IIMIIl KIH lied, %  I 11 iii'_' |.. .n -.undi i ttiiflctll Ii IHAX PHATBAI VI' M l-'XTS HI I v ":' Mel Idlan A > %  til I irlila Im %  i.i i, nun with iiI'II i. ol ii ul liadi < 'i %  i-|:|.|.. %  • %  II' IMHXI! I'l i.MI II VKI -I.I STIUMI'K, KSI SCHNEIDERMAN. Mm S\V Ii III. WE.SER. \U ;, 'il III I-I.-.K 11 Itlvi BLRMAN. '.; w %  ilui : lt'M-i:d< GOULDER. I ColWi i I'VI !. %  HERSHOFF, Mn Mi' I Mai J Kl> %  KRAMER. Mil V V.-Hl LAPIDES. i i %  %  MHI L I: PATRON. %  II %  • %  -" •* %  V""!-v .. .i. rt>: II ,;;', n:.\M'!> P AND! I %  i r i %  111 Ave BRAHINSKY. M, .• IR7 K\V .. u A 1 1 ; N \s,. ,i,,,i i',!,. •>:• Newman N : •' hereby notified thai a B I DAVIS. Cin.'.nu.l. x.. Una M.,I ii. '. 'IU'IHIMI for Divorce na i %  died I'. Ii -l Rivei -ill. iKali I > ou, and >"o I SCLOW. Samuel, 71, 3\v] s Docan iiulred ti nerve .. opy of you I r II. .11'. I I ... dii IF to '' %  MMol l: ,.' "ii Ihe ul.iintllT'M Attorney, SHKV1X. CECKER, William. 71. 1121 Indian tJoodmau A Hollxnuui .""I %  1'ieeh in .li.-.l i-".i.. ft, Klvemld. ul Annww Plea In '<" EPSTEIN. Benjamin, so, ..f in .-u f the Clerk of the Cii :mli Ave., .li.'i I.i. *1. Riverside "" before the 8th day ol > STANLEY. Edward, S2 ITS \K 82nd If yu fall i" do no, Judgmenl bj Ter., died F\-b 24. Rivei will l ink.-n againHt | BERMAN. Mark, 77. J2."> Colliiu Avi emanded in Ihe Uiil "' 'li.il Mar. 16. Rivemlde ptali • FINKLE. Mrllertha, 7". of 117". Coti Thl notice ihall be published onc Una \v... .ii,. I Mui 17 RiverMde each week for four consei itlvi week" SECOENFELD. Harry, of 1751 Collins in THE KWIHH FI.OKIMAN \\.-. died Mn 16, Newman. DONE AND ulU'KUKI' at GODLAS, i ix.-. i; 1 ... ,.f i:'i Euclid Florida, this isi day of March A.D. Avi dli .1 Mai ) %  Riven Ii PINTO. Antonio, 8.-i, of 1311 NW 175th 17 R NEATHERMAN. Clerk .IM •..in I, I'.iil.Count: >•" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREin 111' B ili. I %  HEAP I'll VRI.IB al \ ml H ...... Circuit '' Ida K vri'A.M ENTER PRISES, %  NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOI COUNTY. iN CHANCERY, No. 63C J'.Ol K :i I'l I ANI lERS, M Ull I HANCES P. ANI BUS, %  I..I.I SUIT FOR DIVORCE Kt„ ili. .1 Mar. 15. Hlasbeig-Xewin wi WEBER. Emma, 78, ..r no xoth Kt„ 1 Mar. 16 Blasberg-Newman (seal) U> : C P COPEDAND Deputy Clerk sh.vin, noodman A Holtsman FREEMAN. Ralph .-. 19, S2 NW 346 hev'bold Uulldinfj JL!L^ Ve l. dl J d M £' '' Rlversld. Miami 32, Florida BORROK. Nathan l 68, of 1990 Bo Attorneys for Plaintiff ii lilscus Dr., .ii.-.I Mar. 11, KlverKlde i I J-16 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own name. Less than $5 per week for • full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NttDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your furniture, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, ttc. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays SOLOMON. Harry 82, died Mar. IS NOTICE UNDER i l i V 2 ,,d V; FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW ^ ,', Me £f r '"• "' v:i : nl Sl • NOTICE is HEREBY OIV ^n^oo..:'. l; i;, r the underslKiied, deslrlns; to el GROSSMAN, Samuel. 69, of 815 S\V I business under the fictitious na IM 've., Hallandale, died Mar. ALEXANDER REALTY CO al l" '' %  ;!"'' N.W Urd Ave.. Opa-Locka, F f, i. s %  ;"';' %  • '" '.." f S B0 v u tond > Hater said nami FV'I'M ; l, -' l -: Nr ". Wveralde. clerk of u..Circuit Court of !• %  • %  fii^ i \i : ".•"' s -",'-" l x Av County. Florida. died Mar. 13 Riverside. ALEXANDER 8HARP8TE1N LEV.NE Jack j.. 71, ... ,_ |„ Ul ,., ljBX tao*rn „d Mar. ll. Riverside. I/8-16-S3-B MILLER. Mrs. Ethel, (4, "f 'JI'.I.: u t-asablanca Dr., Mlramar, died Mar 13 Beyer. PHILLIPS. (Olga, 77.. of :il":! BW 81 sl St., died Mn. 13. Hi. r.l..n BENDER. Louis, 7 1. of 380 NW S.. River Dr., died Mar. 12. Rlversld NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VI ih,' underslsned, dealrlni %  htl sn •• %  -' in business under the fictitious n;" FRANKEL. EilbeTh K.T tSS."^ j ^^^^'"oclST Wvef MU! Beach, KI.I Intends to resjlster • i.i, FRANKFURT. Wiiiiiim Murray, :.!' ol •;:::: s\v 33rd Ave., died Mar. n' Riverside. LEONARD. Oscar, 7, died Mar. 11. Riverside. SANDLER. Vivian, IT. ( >r 2720 BW Ind Ave., died Mar. 9. Gordon. STEIN. Joseph, 73, nf 11.10 NW 26th Bt.. .li.-.l Mm-. 11, a .i.l'.n JAFFE. Mrs. l.illl.in. .;.;. ,,f 717 s.-, n %  -1 died Mar, II Riverside. ZATS, Mrs, Annie Teller, 96, of U6 nib St., died Mar :• Riverside, name'wlth'tn'e'clerk ..f the Circuit I Court of Pads County, j-"i"ii-'.t. RAMON A U. fJOMEZ HIRSCHHORN. Mrs Him. Bl, ";"/r 111..1M Ax.-., died Feb. 2.".. ,. 1,1 '",,, DAVIS, Mrs. Bertha. *' ;M |,a> .li.-.l I'.ii 27. Riverside. GOLTSMAN. Alfred (Hcotty). CoUlns Ave., di.-u Mar. 3. .1



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Friday. March 29, 1963 Jfert*U #iW*/*r5M7 Page 15-" LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. bJC 3,00 VIi.X BRENNER, I'l.uniifl. i KNJ.VMIN BNEXNER, |. leiidnni. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Cii I I-..N.I AMiN I Kr.NNI-.i: i %  : Mi in Pleasant Aven u 1 uadelphla, Pennsylvania y„ ire herebj notified thai n Hill mplalnl loi I ilvorce has la I II ,. ,.II-I j ou, an.i you ni e n ... .,,\, .i ropy uf your An t i %  i n.: to the Bill ..I l '11111OII Hi. %  ..intni'Attorneys, l \l t ... f .V .1 II. Ij i,,|| %  id, Miami Beach, Florida, and ... i Vnaaer or l 'leading till l ,fl K uf l I..• .t court -n ..I before the 2nd uaj 1963. ir you fall to do .-... ij default in l taken -t you for the relli l demandetl i in,. I.in ... f plaint.. I it INK AND ORDERED :ii Miami, ; his 2ulh II. 15 ..I Man h, 196 I ,. H. LKA'I lll-.ii.M.\N. Clerk It Court, Dade County, F'lorida -,..nj by: I-. BN KMT.A I leputj 'lerk h'.illunoff, Waller .v l.ilman \... ney for I'lalntlff |i. % % %  Lincoln Rd„ Miami Beach, Fla. ,, ,.i ge ,i. Taitandff :: 28-29. i 5-12 vmyem BY HENRY LEONARD ?Wm\ AM-MIKVAH "I & Public Rihial Bafh .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 2719 M: \ CUMMIXUS Plaintiff tRTHUR MERVIN CUMMIXGS i tefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i MtTIII 1! MERVIN CCMMJNOH ... %  6 Weal 6th Street r.looniiinctoii. huh.in.i yt.r, ARTHUR MERVIN CUMMINOS, are herebj notified that a mplaint for divorce has been filed -t you and yoU are required to a copy of your answer uf plead•_ i.i th.complaint for divorce on plaintiff's attornes ALAN 8. ROSKNTIIAL. 1111 Ainsley Building, Mll-'li.i iii.i. and rile the original %  -wer or pleading in ih*' Office K. M. l.VMA.v ty Clerk :: 15, 22, 29, I 5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL DISTRICT IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 2713 f< s tlLEAFoN, JR., as Admlnistra[t..r .. %  Veteran* Affairs, an officer ••! [ih.'. 'itil States of \ mi l< ... .HI. l 11. .,,..-,..n such office, and lib Ir ns Igns, iKRU'K C KWA I.I", el al, • ii %  tIMOT.CE OF SUIT n FREDERICK C. KWAI.D %  o Smith KIM) I %  -: • i rl Hi Ights Pni'kU n; District H. KM.-. Maryhnvl •: %  I VRK HKREHY .Ni IT1KIED .i it ) ..been brought %  nsl .1 s i ILK VSi IN, .IK a* Ad.. %  V. ; %  • iiti\ i 'I., if-, .in of || i nlted Stnti of \ %  i III* Mil. -M.i.in such n or th. Ir assigns, In fn i ir %  • iberlng the follow bed pvoperty, tn-w 1 in, of i:i:v!.-'-!> \T Ol t It i': Tli IN • >F TH %  r \ I 'I >1T!< >N TO CAH v. tn the pin I theri IN I-,.. ,i,i, ,| i |>liil Rook 8 %  • il i, of the puhlle f cord* "i %  i | ,,ii required to fl'e r v It It the Cli %  k > ol l-'i r da If i ni t. th mplalnl will taki --• .1 In you and i Confi -" wl'l be enter, the relief demandi.l in the complaint. K ; i i, lath day of Mai ch, %  i: B LEATHRRMAN "• '-k of | hi 'i. '• it Court 1 tadi i "ountv. Hot Id i B) C It'OPEl \NI> ill-pun 'lerk • US. HKIMAN, KAPLAN A I'VTSMAN Kleven-Flfti Building W %  %  • • Ktreel i 18, Florida .: 16, 21, 29, I 5 | IN THF COUNTY JUnftC'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58595-A IN UK: Beute ..' I II. 1.1 VN 1MUIN I',-. .;,.-, ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS % %  VII Creditor* and Atl Peraona Jtnv. I",": Claim* or Demands Vgainsl Said %  VTou :n-,. hereby notified and reQuired to present an) claims and demands whirh yon may have aealnal 'it. ol i. II. I. IAN ucitiN de'i %  'i late -.f i iade County, Florida tinCountv Judge* "f Dade Coun tv, ii. M| fn,. ii,,. l):l ,. | n duplicate tnni %  l>rovlded in Section 78S.J6, Florldn -. in th. Ir offices in the Counrthouse In I >ade Coutitv, Flor|'-|. within six calendar months from of the first publication herer the same 111 o* barred. •l ;it Mlnml, Florida, this is da; ebruarv, A.l> | I EL \\i ii: l-'( IRTER ,,.. Administratrix MILTON A. FRIEDMAN ,'arnej for Administratrix HI Ainsley mindingr-""t. Florida :i S-1S-22-2S 'All right. Who's the wise guy that put the bubble bath in the Mikvah?" Copr. 1*6J, Doytnu Produdioni LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 1U68-^< I \< KSuN S IHSCOCNT CORP. .i Kim i.ln coriHirailon Plaintiff. ROOSEVELT WARE, I'. i. n,l.nit Noi Ot OF PUBLICATION Ti < %  Rl IOSEVKLT WARE I39U S.W, %  •'•tli Streel Miami, !• iorlda you .inherebj pot If led that :m Action of Replevin has lieen filed Hgnin.-t >ou, .in.i "i an Ie of youi' Answei or Pleading t.. tin Vctlon of Replevin on the Plaintiff's Attorneys, SHKVIN, tlOODMAN & HOLTZMAN, 346 Seybold Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the i ffli %  of the Ch k of the Small Claim* i 'i.iiii ,in ..i before th. 19th nay ol April, 1963. at :•: %  "• A.M. If \..u rail t" do *o, Judgment bj default ,iii i.. taken against you tor the re:.. t demanded in the Action of Repli \ in in,notici shall be published %  < each .. K lor fmn • %  Hive K< eks in Till) JEWISH I l.nltll'IAN. WITNESS n.> hand and the seal of Florldd ni f.ii'i ".'"t in D.uie County, Fii i ,i. ibis 18th day of Maivh, I9S3. .i,. .1 PAPP V.-. Clei k. Small i '.UIHCoun ..t I >ade 'oUlll> I* l"^ UlH Iseal) By: i ...BI I.K MARI.I IW i., ., M > cli rk ;: 22-29, I ^-l^ N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE oou.. i (. iN oHA.NCfcKY. No. 63C 2S02 l\\UII>.\n \ ..' MM K' "II 11 'SI 'II. rf, i IANS l\( i.M III ISi Ml. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2304 MARCELLA COREI.LA Ql'INN, Plaintiff, \\ II.I.IK Ql'INN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION you, WILLIE QL'INN, Route I, Box 215, V'axoo City, Mississippi, are notified to serve H copy ..t your answer to Divorce Complaint filed against you on Plalntlfra attorney, CEORUK Mi'lh 'I.AS. 612 N.W. 12lh Avenue, Miami 36, Florida, and flhoriginal with clerk ..f tin.Court on or before April 23rd, 1963, otherwise complaint will be confessed by you. Duti'd March 19, 196 I i: H, I.KA IHKK.MAN. Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida w ,h B : C. P. OOPELANU Deiiuty Chi k 3 22-29, I ^-1IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 58665-C IN RE: Estate of MAROARET M. HALLBT, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having L'laims or Demands Againsl Said Estate: Vi.ti are hereby notified and required to present any clalma and demands which ^i'ii may have against the estate ol M A I:I :.\I:KT M. IIAl.LEY deceased late .,t" Hade County, l-'."riiiii. to the <'ount> .in.i; %  ol Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the Countj Courthousi in I'mI.County, Florida, within >i.\ calendar months from tindate of the flrsl publli ui ion he f, or the .-.uiii' will be ban • d. MARION TEF I'A. Executrix of the Kit. ..I Margaii I M. Hall, y, .l.i-i aaed. tSoldmnn, Ooldstein & Pacxler A t tul ni-v s :'l"l VV'csl Flagler Street Miami, Florida :l 22-29, I : % %  ] %  : IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORiDA. IN PROBATE No. S8918A IN RE Estate of HAitHi N. SCHWARTZ a k .. HARRY SCHWARTZ I I.', .'IIM'.I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald I'.M a t %  : Vim are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the .-tut. ..I HARRY N. SCHWARTZ .i K a HARRY SCHWARTZ deceased ii if i linnCoutiiy, r'toriua, iu >.'• County Judges ol Dade County, and file the -i in duplicate and as provided in Section '.;::. l',. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within -i\ calendar months from the time uf tinfirst publication hereof, nithe i-anif will inbarred. Dated at Miami. Ii.ni.ia. tli18th da5 ..( March, A.D. 1963. i i-..ii:i. si ii v .M;TZ A.Executrix First publlcatl >f this notice on i he _11. %  ...i "i Mai i'n. i. SIMON, HAYS & URCNDWERQ Attorney for FJxei utrlx ..MI Ain.-l. \ Blug., .Miami :'.-'. Florida :: 22-29, I 5-12 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jewisti noridHan solicits your legal notice**. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates mtti 11: 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58705-A IN RE: Estate of SAMl'KI, S. SIDLE 11. i-onsed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* ..ml All Persons H iim Claims or Demunda Agalnat Si Estate: You are hereby notified and i-quired t< present nny claims and d-mands which you ma} have agaii the estate of SAMCE1. B. slid. : .1., ,i-..I lute of liade County, I-Ii • Ida, tn th.Count} Judges ol Da County, and file the same In th. offices in the County Courthouse Iiinl.. County, Florida, within six •-. endar months from the dati "f i n .-t publication hen "f. or the s.i will be barred. MERLE I. SIDLE I'l.i IRENCE JEAN .I.M' 1 RS( >N BEItNICE SLATER ACo-Executors of the Last Wl iiml I.-tain, in of SAMUEL 8. Ml ILE, I leceased. LE( >NARD II. Wl n.l' Vttorne> for Exi i utors 1 ir." S.W. l-'i, -I St. Miami. FloridaF'R 3-6381 5-22-: Hi i 1 i ...nt „.cfl TO APPEAR IANKOMHOSCH. 1171 Bush I i,ui. .-. II, '..Ii' .i %  ii..i ii. i :.. servi a co|iy "t" ;.. ., • *. 11 ,'.' lit t"l di .. ,i akalnsl • I, Ii i %  ui.: it i i .nun i -"'• i 'alu,, ml, F*la., nnd fib IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tLEVtNTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Ni. 68C 2803 DAVID O. THOMAS, Plaintiff, \ s I.i IRETTA B. THOMAS, I i.f.iiil.iiii. ORDER TO APPEAR YOU, LORETTA B. THOMAS, 213 Wlillum Street, iMunge, New Jersey, are herebj notified t" serve a copy ol \ • answer t" a Complain! for divorce fib 'i igalnst you by I'm Id O. Thomas, on plalntlfns attornej Claude M. Bnrnea, 2H3 Calumel Uldg., Miami, I la., on or before April 22. 1981, snd file the original with the clerk > %  < the ..i„,\. i "ourt, ol hei Ise II i % %  %  • n • %  Pro i'..nti--... will be entered ngu nsl you I lated March 15, 196 I i; i: I.I: vniKK.M AN. Clerk i Mi. nit i '..lift. I lade "ount>. I Iseul) By: C. P. COPEL Wl' I u-puti Clerk 2-29, I 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I NOTICE IS III.KKliV GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name i.i SAV-ON PRINTING .V OFFICE .-iI'l'l.Y intend t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Dade County, l 'Ida. WILLIAM s. SCHANTZ S.VftAH QOLDMAN partners :: 28, 29, 1 B, 12 IN 111 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVEN thai ih.undersigned, desiring t" engagi in business under tinfictitious name of CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN, at is.'.n N.W. 12nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. MIAMI AIRPORT M"'l'i:i. \ i loiidn coi poratlon l:. Harry Seei e, I 'i esli SAMIIM. W. SHAPIRO Attornes for Appllcanl 1/15, 2 %  I CO., •nt THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU D IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE NO. 58I08B RE: Estate of BERNARD S. l.l'IT I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors snd All Persons II Ing Clalma or Demands Agaii Said Estate: Yon are hereby notified nnd raqul ed to present nnj claims and d • mands which you may have agaii the estate of BERNARD S. I.ITT, deceased late of Dade ('.unity. Florid to ih.County Judges "f Dade Cou 1 ty. and file tin' same In duplicate ai as provided in Section 733.16, Florida statin.-, iii their offices In the Coil tv Courthouse in Dade County, H 1 Ida, within -i\ calendar months tn the tin r Hi" flrat publlcatl he t. or the name w ill labarred Dated nt Miami, Florida, this da) of Man h, A.I >, 1963. MARTIN ISCBINSTEIN \Kxecutor l-Mist publication of tins notice ih.ir.th day ..t Man h, 1968. Mil/n iN A. i'i:ii:i'M \N i Attorney for Kxecutor ,IIII Alnsli >• Building 3 l^. 22, 29, NOT CF UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW voTicE is IIKKI:I:Y I-.IVEX ti .i.i i-sl IHR t,. engage NOTICE UNDER imsln^ss under ti.. fictitious name FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW CORONAIMI KI'l'DIOM at 1"TI N NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN 1 li;i tT'.'tli Street, Miami, Florida Intend! the undersixned, desiring to etieattt in %  ^ i -nt nuiin ivith the Clerk huslness under the ti. titi-.uname ..| the Cireuil Courl .•! Dade Conn PFJRSl iNNEL PittM1RAM8 at 9ii S >\ Kloi he Cli rk .. i, i. ecree pro conres n-t you. II.,, ... I. d.\N, Clerk CliPEl.AND lieputj • lerk 2-29, I 5-12 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HHRBB1 fllVEN the underslvni d, d< %  IIIR t" i In business mi.Irl Itlous lla ,,: ALLIED HtlTEL Sl'PTL^ thai ii1649 N VV. 36th St., Ml mil, t, mis tn register said name >i, : u ,,f the Circuit Courl i 'ount> I Iorlda. PABLO PEREZ sole owner RKOKOE i: BARKKT, !'•-Attorney for owner i-i.i 'iwith the of Dade I-:.. 12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE NO. 58604A In RF"! Estl f BEATRICE MEYER I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T. All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Bntatv: You are hereby notified and rcquir,,i to present nny claims and demands which you may hav. njj'lnj, 1 ''"' estate of BEATRICE MEYER, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to to* County Judges of Dade County, ami til. the same In duplicate and •is provided In Section 733 It. Florida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar month the ti""' of the flral publl. atlon hi rent ,., the -"". will I barred Dated nt Miami, i lo Ida. this I 1th day of March, A D. 1963. HARRIET KLINE JAMES II. MEYER As Exeputoi First publication of this notice on the lMh day of Mai h, 1963. -IMnN, HAYS .v ORl'NDWERQ attorneys for Executors Wl Ainsley Bulldlna ,t I.i, _-, KV| %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2883 .1 S i; LEAS! >N, 1!'... aVdmlnls ,,i v,-:. runs Airah m 'i i thi I'nlted Stun of >'.•',' i ind I in s ii ;j off and his or their ai 'lgn %  ilnt iff, \ .KR VN iI) RI'llERT ii"l \.\ 1 'I \ M, RI'HI RT, his wife, %  t al. 11. i. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: I I! VNCISI 'i i Rl" BERT and I VI HA M. Rl'BBRT, his v\ Ife, if luiiii:. Including anj unknown spouses ..f s.iid Defendants it' they ha\. ii marrli d i d II di ad, ihelr unknown heirs, ,i. \ 1st t -. granti es, as. ir lienors, trusti i • %  -. and all other pel sons claiming I).. through, under or agalnat these Di fendants, whoae realdences are unknown. Yin AKi: HEREBY KOTIFH D that it .-nit has been brought ngainst you bv I. S. OLEASON, -lit., as Adminol Veterans Affairs, an Offl,i the Cnlted States of America, nnd his successors in such Office, and inI.I their assign*, tn foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following described property, to-wlti I...ts 17 ui.I in, In Block ... of NORTH SILVER CREST, adorning t" the i.lat thereof, recorded in Plal Book IT, at page II, of the public records ..f ii;i.ii' County, Florida: and you are required to file your answer with thClerk of thiCircuit Couat of Dade t'.nnty. Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or before April 38, 196S, and t,. serve a cops of such answer upon MYF'RS, HKIMAN, KAPLAN & CAT8MAN, rinintitf's nttorneys, a'hose address la Eleven-Fifty Building, IIM B.W. First Street, Miami 36, Florida, on or before said date, as required by the laws ..f Florida. If you fail to do so, the complaint will Intaken as con,, i by you and a Decree F*ro Confi-so will i nt.i..i im.iinst you for the relief demanded in the complaint. DATED this 18th das ,,f March. 1963. E. B i.i". \Tlli:i:\t.\N. Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida ,-,..,ii BJ : C P. I'H1'I-:I.ANII Deputy Clerk Mvera, Helman, Kaplan \Cataman i:i. v .ii-iiit>Building 150 s.w. First Street Miami 36, I lorid ( 3 23-29, l 5-1! i -i si Miami, l-'la Intends to % %  eg i.-i. r said name with tue IMeik Circuit Courl ..I I >ade Coun I.. I-1 i. Joseph M si.-el, n Pi if, — i.-11 il Si n Ice 'oi i ral Ion Bj Joseph M. Si. -• I. Pres. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS lli:i:l'.l'-V tllVEN th. undet -.-ii' d, .1. "iring t" i in business under the fictitious name i VIRPORT LANES, ill 1251 N.W isih Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to n giste ii'i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dad.County, Florida. \\ i .. il iY i'\T IRTAINMENT Cl IRP :i Florida c irporatlon Bj Harrj Seeve, President SAMl'EL W. sli VPIRO Attorney for applicant :: It, 22, 29, i %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58,425-B IN RE: Estate "t .11 iSEPH A. 'i IHEN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estnti • V..ii are hereby notified nnd required to present nny claims nnd demands win. h vou may have neainsl the estate of JOSEPH A. COHEN deceased lute "f i'tub -n'minty. Florida, to the Counts Judges "i Dade County, and fii. th.s'ime In duplicate and as provided in Kccthm "83.16, Florida Statute*, in their offices InVthe County Courthouse in Dade County, I-M..Iiiin. within six calendar months from the time of the first bubHeatlon hereof, or the same will be l.atr>d. Dated at Key Wist. Florida, this let day of March, A.D. 1963 MARTIN D. COHEN As Executor Aronoi Its, Silver Bcb< r vttot ne> for Exi cutor H07 Ainsley Bldg., Miami. FUu NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -., ,II,-I-: IS HEREBY OIVEN that ii„. imderslgned, desiring to engage in i,i-iii. • nnd< r the fictitious name ol si N CRYSTAL '<.. at P.O. Boa 301, N. Miami 61, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk ol :,nit court of Dade County, "• ARTHCR FRANK T. E. I'.iillACK 3 16, 22, 2, 1/4 SIXi •' i CORPl>RATION i:> : i-.. .1 I. .-• ngi i. I Tesldent i i ,i .i i:i. inn.in. Secret F'urman H) Jack A I'n II an At toi n. • %  for SI ico Corporal Ion II Florida corpoi al ,1 i. .. i .,i onadi. Si .-1 ":• 22-29, 1 %  NOTCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is [IF1RERY OIVEN ti the undersigned, ill siring t.. engage i.ii-in. -tindi r tin fii Itlous name MORTUABK CtiMPl'TINO CENTS ni 21O0 W'.-t Flagler Street, Mian i i.,,i. i 'ounl y, I %  •• nds to r.later -.ii.l it.itn,with the Clerk of Clrcull '"it of l iade Counts 1 lorid THE ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTING I-I:N i I:K. INC B> i Dai Id L. Pi rlman, President Attest: Irving (loldsteln, Becretai Aronoi Its, Sliver .v Scher Attornes for The F'lectronlo \, ounl Ing '• nter, Inc. 'i"7 Alnsles Building Miami 32, Florida 3 22-29, I '5-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58717A IN RE: Estate of NATHAN ALEXANDER I '. ..is.-.I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Ha Ing Claims or Demands Agalnat s., Estate: Yon are hereby notified and reiinirid to preaenl any claims and d. man.is whii-li >ou may have airainthe estate of NATHAN ALEXANDER deceased late of Dude County. Florida, to tinCounty .Indues of DadiCounty, ind til.the same in dupHcat and as provided In Section 7;l3.i Florida statin.-. In their office; the Counts Conrth.'ii.-' in Dad.Com tv, Florida, within si\ calendar months from the tin f the flral pul llcatlon hereof, oi the same win l Dated at Mum i. Florida, this I das of March. A D. 1963. JKRRY ALEXVNDER lll'lt.M VN VLEXANDER SAM ALEXANDER Ai:\. cutors ..f Estate of Nathi Alexander, Deceased. First publication of this notice the 8th day of March, 1963 Myers, Helman, Kaplan I Cataman Bj : Louis Helman Attorneys for Executors 1150 S.W 1st Strei t. Minim. Kin._ .'. B-1,'----



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"eJewisfa Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 36 Number 13
Miami, Florida. Friday. March 29. 1963
Three Sections Price 2'.:
Germany Denies Aiding
Nasser Atomic Program
ADENAUER DEMANDS REPORT PACE 9-A
'MORAL APPEAL' ISSUED PACE Jl-A
ROCKET EXPERTS ANGER PKtSS .PACE I3-A
Archbishop Nikodim. of the Russian Orthodox Church, ex-
changes greetings with Rabbi Theodore L. Adams at recep-
!.on tendered for visiting Russian clergymen by the Syna-
cogue Council ol America. Rabbi Adams holds Torah
which the Russian church leader will transmit as a gift from
the American Jewish community to Chief Rabbi Yehuda
Leib Levin, of Moscow. x
CHURCHES AISO DENOUNCED PAOfc 16-A
Russian Clergyman Asked To
Bring Torah to Moscow Rabbi
submit a question to the Bunde-
stag about attacks and abduction
attempts on some of the West
German scientists involved in the
Cairo weapons program.
He said his question would con-
By Special Report
NEW YORK The Synagogue!
Council of America has asked >
Archbishop Nikodim. of the Rus-'
sian Orthodox Church, to transmit;
;. Torah to Chief Rabbi Yehuda '
Leib Levin, of Moscow. The re-'
nuest was made at a reception
tendered by the Synagogue Coun-
cil at the Waldorf-Astoria here to
, group of 16 Russian church lead-
ers visiting in this country under,
tt \SII1NGT0N iJTA) The the auspices of the National Coun-j
'Department disclosed this cil of Churches. More than 50 re-,
i-ek that United States concern ligioua and communal leader;
VETERANS ASSURED
Top Priority
To Red Bias
BONN (JTA) The West
German Foreign Ministry denied
this week that West Germany was
helping to develop atomic war-
j heads for Egyptian missiles and
! at the same time pointed out that
I the Government had no way to
Stop West German citizens from 'rn he Aether a re-
leaving the country to work for P*** assassination at t e m p t
another government. ****** Dr: Hcns ."STE?1,*'
Foreign Ministry officials ad- -!^,^J?J2i2
mitted work was preceding in was connected with the abduction
Egypt on an experimental nuclear ?** Dr- gg Kru; Mu*
research reactor under a West M* W** Jffddfc*.and Dr.
German-Egyptian pact signed in Wolfgang P.lz of Stuttgart.
December: 1960. They added that West German officialsi were
the reactor was not yet operative V" ed here as asserting the., m-
: and that, when it was. it would J^?"0"* had *"* 2
be too small to produce fission- Otto Jukelik, an Austrian arrested
in Basle on Mar. 2 along with Is-
raeli Joseph Bengal, allegedly took
part both in the abduction ol Krug
and the assault on Dr. Klcinwach-
ter.
able materials for warheads.
A Social Democratic member
of Parliament, Walter Faller,
announced meanwhilee he would
Israel Parliament Demands
Hah to Work on Weapons
.mli Semitic developments in tended.
--ia has been made known at
the highest levels," of the Sov-
i Government.
This was indicate;! in a letter
i the Jewish War Veterans from
state Department public services
ifficial Edward A. Karnacki. writ
en on behalf of Secretary, of
Dean Rusk, in reply to a
request Irom JWV for information
State Department activity in
area and for Department ae-
on to ease the persecution of Sov
lev -.
Rabbi Theo.'orc L. Adams, past
Continued on Psge 8-A
Dr. Goldmann Charges Israel
Gov't Has No Jewish Policy
JERUSALEM (JTA) Widespread and compelling doubts in
Israel about the "new Germany" f the postwar world erupted tin?
week in a unanimous Parliamentary resolution demanding Immediatl
action by West Germany to put an end to contributions by West Ger-
man scientists to Egypt s advanced offensive weapons program.
The resolution action followed a
major policy statement in the
Knesset by Mrs Golda Meir. Is-
rael's Foreign Minister, making
the same demand. Her statement
was approved by the Israel Cabi-
net after changes had been made
in it to strengthen its condemna
lion of West Germany.
Swiss Reveal
Bonn Requested
Agent's' Arrest
BASLE. Switzerland (JTA)
Swiss authorities disclosed tl: -
week that the arrest of an Israi
ard an Austrian here for alleged,
threatening" a German scientist
working in Egypt on a progr;
of producing rockets, missiles ai
nun-conventional weapons, was ca.-
lied out by the Swiss police
the specific request of the public
prosecutor of Freiburg, West ('>
many, and the German polk
The two men will be tried before
a curt here for "illegal activiti -
on behalf of a foreign state." pn >-
ably in May.
The identity oi the arrested I--
raeli was revealed at a press i
ference by the State Prosecul
ol Basle. Walter Burkhard. H
said the Israeli was a man nai
ed Joseph Bengal. 33. who tr;,\
ed to Switzerland on a "servlci
passport from Israel. Dr. Bui :
hard claimed Bengal was an offi
ial of the Israeli Ministry for Ed
cation and Culture. The arrest
Austrian is Prof. Otto Jukelik.
Both Bengal and Jukelik wer*
arrested Mar. 2 in Basle after,
according to Swiss police, they
met Miss Heidi Goerke to try
to "coerce" her into influencing
her father. Prof. Jans Goerke.
Continued on Page 10-A
The State Department pre-
viously had taken the position
Continued on Page 13-A
JERUSALEM i JTA) Dr. "much longer." He added I
Nahum Goldmann, World Zionist jay, '<''" responsibility, that
i ,..,! 'he State of Israel today impairs
Organization president, asserted (( Wc k-|bo ma<|p |o here this week that the Zionist
movement required the unlimited
support of the Israel Government
to forge a bond between the Jews
inside and outside Israel.
Speaking at the current meeting
Of the World Zionist Actions Com-
mit lee. ruling body of World Zion-
ism between Zionist Congresses,
he declared also that "the Israel
Government has no Jewish policy
whatever." He termed this a con-
dition of "terrible short-sighted-
, 4 %," which could not go on
efforts being made to secure the
unity of the Jewish people."
Earlier in the debate, he had
again urged the dissolution of
the present political party struc-
ture of the movement, a proposal
which was vigorously criticized
by other delegates. In effect re-
plying to such criticisms. Dr.
Goldmann said that the trouble
was that the movement was built
on parties and that the question
was whether the parties were
Continued on Page 5-A
The unprecedented eemand
served on a government with
which Israel has sought diplo-
matic relations and whose offic-
ials have repeatedly expressed
approval in principle cf such ties
contained a charge that the re-
ported 400 West German scien-
tists and technicians were work-
ing on weapons outlawed inter-
nationally -"to be used against
Israel."
It was implied that the weapons
systems on which the West Ger-
mans were working included new
Continued on Page 7-A
Inquiry Sought in Nazi Compensation
NATIONAL COMMANDER EVES JWV PAGE 6-A
By Special Report
Attorney General Robert Ken-
a former Nazi subsidiary
by the United States.
National Commander Morton L
AUOKMer GlIttKAl KlMMtDY
.. hears apptal
, ,. ... National tommanoer .uoriun u.
nedy has been asked by the Jew- London of Teanccki N.j referred
ish War Veterans of the U.S.A., ,0 ,he' -mterhander pay-off to
t.i consider holding a public hear- i settle claims arising from the seiz
ing to hear the arguments of ure by the United States of the
hose opposed to the Justice De-: General Aniline and Film Com-
partment^ recent decision to com- pany. an American subsidiary of
pensate controversial claimants to the I G Farben Chemical Trust.
London said he could not under-
stand why "the Department of
vested justice felt it would be better to
enter into the agreement rather
than let the issue stand l*M test
jf trial, if the courts owuld take
cognizance of tne subject."
He pointed out that the I. G.
Farben Company exploited slave
labor and "was guilty of many
Continued on Page 7-A
So. Africa
Leader Dead
From Shooting
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) -
Judge Simon Kuper. Jewish le
(i and member ol the South AI
can Supreme Court, died this
from bullet wounds suffered in
attack on Mar. 8 by an unkno
assailant who fired the shot from
the darkness outside at the judge
in his home.
No trace of the killer or ell
to his motive have been foui i.
Gen. Van den Bergh, chief of th
Criminal Investigations Depart-
ment, issued a statement decl
big that everything was bei
done to trace the murderer. Judge
Kuper was shot in the head ard
had been struggling for life since
tvie assassination attempt when he
was ru>hed to a hosptial tor
emergency operation.
The passing of the 57-year-old
Jewish leader brought a message
of condolence from Justice Min-
ister B. J. Vorster on behalf of
Continued on Page 9-A
'


Page 2-A
* Jen 1st ncrkfi&n
Friday, March 29, 1Q*a
I
Major Divisions Report Big Increases;
1963 CJA Passes Million Dollar Mark
Burton B. Goldstein (left), chairman of the Cleaners and Laun-
dries Group of the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal Services
Divi=ion, receives a citation from Ernest Janis, co-chairman
of the campaign, in recognition of his group's achievement
as the first to reqi3ter 100 percent coverage of every pledge
card in the industry."
USY Group Meets Sunday
Meeting of United Synagogue Scherr, David Silver, Judy Schiff,
Youth will take place Sunday in Larry Stein. Ann Steinberg, Mark
Tytell, and Fred Wellish.
Leading Trades, Professions,
and Residents Divisions are mov-
ing ahead of their 1962 marks.
Combined Jewish Appeal report
meeting revealed here at the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel.
Co-chairman of the 1963 cam-
paign. Ernest Janis. told the meet-
ing that "substantial increases in'
pledges are being marked up by
these divisions in honor of CJA s
Anniversary year."
Joining Janis in the announce-
ment were Joseph M. Lipton. a
vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and
honorary chairman of Jhe Fi-
nance Division; Sam C. Leven-
son, co-chairman of Initial Gifts;
and Marshall S. Harris, vice
chairman of the Trades and Pro-
fessional Council.
Burton B. Goldstein, chairman
ol the Cleaners and Laundries
Group of the Services Division, re-
ceived a Silver Anniversary cita-
tion from Janis for 100 percent
coverage by his group.
The executives of Walter E
Heller & Co. were also honored at
the report meeting "for outstand-
ing coverage in the Banks and
Loan Companies Group, resulting
in a 40 percent increase over last
year." Named were Leonard II
Zigman. Banks and Loan Com-
panies; Herbert S. Gruber, co-
chairman of the Finance Division;
and Saul A. Schulman. Associate
chairman of the Finance Division.
A cocktail party at the Stan-
dard Club on Thursday was to be
the site of an announcement
that the 1963 CJA campaign has
gone over the $1 million mark.
Hosts were to be Lipton, Leven-
son, and Jay I. Kislak.
Also at the report meeting. Har-
ry Suskin i revealed that the Food
and Hotel Division is 30 percent
ahead of last year Hani-, re-
porting in behalf of Co-Chairman
Beth Davia youth lounge. Invit-
ed guests will be parents of the
USY members.
Highlight of the evening will be
a report of the group's recent at-
tendance at the convention of the
Southeast Region in Birming-
ham, Ala.
Members who participated are
ly Black, Mindy Forer, Bar-
l i Greene, Arthur Kurtz. Nan
< Lazarua, Janet Rabinowitz,
J Ram, Ellen Schacter, Ann
Chaperones for the group were
Mrs. Phillip Schiff and Mrs. Hilda
LazaniS. Marshall Baltuch is
roup advisor.
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A VOTE FOR
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Candidate for Coral Gables Commissioner
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Pull Lever 7A April 9. 1963
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Laundries Group. 5'i percent ovfl
1962: Manulacturing and Trans.
port Division, 47 percent plus, ac
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Solicitation, 39 percent increase
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, women,1!
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Friday. March 29. 1963
MICHAEL COMAY SCHEDULED HERE
Israel Ambassador to UN Will be Guest
Of Honor at Third Seder Celebration "
*Jpm.*r> rfrrSdHimn
Page 3-A
Iflcbael Comav. Israel Ambasfr
ador to the United Nations, will
be pups' of honor at a traditional
third Seder celebration here Sat-
urday evening. Apr. 13, at the Fon-1
taineblrr.,1 Hotel.
The function is under the spon-
sorship of the Israel Histadrut,
MICHAEL COMAY
Committee of Greater Miami, and
will commemorate the 15th anni-
versary of the establishment of the
State Of Israel
Participating organizations in
the event aiv the Business and
Professional Council for Kupat
Holim, l'oale Zion. Chaim Green-
berg blanch: and these branches
01 Parfoand, the Labor Zionist Or-
ganizal ion:
Bialih Ben-Gurton, der Lebedik-
ei. and Chaim Weizmarn. Also
participating are Club 1 and Club
2 of Pioneer Women, as well
a^ Coral Gables. Kadimah. Golda
u
BETH DIN OFFICE
RABBI DR. I'lBOR H. STERN
1061 Michigan Ave., Miomi Beoch
JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150
Meir, Beba Idelson and Tikvah
Chapters of Pioneer Women.
Comay, born in Cape Town,
So. Africa, holds law degrees
from the University of Cape
Town. During World War II, he
served with the rank of major
in the So. African Armed Forces
in the Middle East theatre.
In 19J5. he settled in Palestine,
and served there as a special rep-
resentative of the South African
Zionist Federation. He was also
attached to the Political Depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency, car-
rying out special missions to South
Alrica, Australia, and New Zea- i
land.
He served as a staff advisor to
the Jewish Agency delegation to
the United Nations in 1947 48. and
became a member of the first Is-
rael delegation to the UN in 1948.
Upon establishment of the State
of Israel. Ambassador Comay was
appointed director of the Com-
monwealth Division at the Minis-
try for Foreign Affairs.
In 1951, he was promoted to fhe
DOSt of assistant director general.
From 1953 to 1957. he represented
Israel in Canada as its first Am-
i bassador there.
That same year, Comay resum-
ed his post as assistant director
general of the Ministry for For-
| eign Affairs, which he held until
' assuming his present appointment
as Israel Ambassador to the Unit-
ed Nations.
Honorary chairman of the
third Seder celebration Apr. 13
for Histadrut here is J. A. Can-
tor. Chairman is J. Z. Stadlan.
Co-chairmen are Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Irving M. Sachs, Dr. Isaac Un-
terman, and Moe Levin.
Chairman for Kupat Holim is
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, with
the following serving as honorary
co-chairmen: Rabbi Kronish. Dr.
Lehrman. Jacob Rifkin, and Jack
S. Popick.
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Bornstein a Medical Center Founder
WILLIAM BORNSTEIN
'Way to Happiness'
"The Way to Happiness" was
the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson, director of the Spi-
noza Outdoor Forum, on Tuesday,
9 a.m., on the 10th St. beach, fol-
lowing exercises of the Slimnastic
Club directed by Lillian Fried
lander.
Business and Professional Coun-
cil lof'Kupat Holim-this week an-
nounced William Bornstein, of Mi
anfi Beach, as a founder of the new
Medical Center shortly to be erect-
ed in Bcersrieba. Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. 3ornstein are
members of the sponsoring com-
mittee of the Council's traditional
third Seder celebration here on
Apr. 13 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Bornstein was one of the first
to indicate his support of Kupat
Holim's humanitarian project in
the Negev of Israel. The Medi-
cal Center will cost $400,000
when completed, toward which
the Business and Professional
Council in Greater Miami has
pledged $200,000 as its project.
The balance will come from
Kupat Holim in Israel, the Jewish
State's medical arm.
Bornstein has been well-known
in civic and philanthropic affairs
in Greater Miami since his arriv-
al here. Originally from Wash
ington. D.C., he is a former pres-
ident of Beth Sholom Congrega-
tion there.
Locally, Bornstein has been ac-
tive in B'nai B'rith, chairman of
the Synagogue Division for State
of Israel Bonds, a volunteer work-
er for the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, and in the pro-
grams of the Jewish National
Fund.
He is a former chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Com-
mittee and a member of Temple
Beth Sholom.
Religious School
Prepares Seder
Temple Zamora Religious School
will present a model Seder on
Sunday. Apr. 7, at 10 a.m.
Over 50 students will participate
i in play-anc! holiday sing, with the
entire school body and parents of
the children attending the Seder.
Second Passover Seder will be
held in the Temple Social Hall on
Tuesday evening, Apr. 9, at 7:30
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RAY U. BINDER-----------------Correspondent
Volume 36
Friday, March 29, 1963
4 Nisan 5723
Number 13
Selling Freedom
Down the River
It is comparatively simple for a
democratic nation to deny its respon-
sibility as a guardian of freedom in
'he name of democracy. The Ger-
mans have done this twice in the
"wentieth century.
The first time, they stepped down
"lard on every honest government
eader who sought to deal with the
enemies of the Weimar Republic,
out defended the enemies them-
selves. They accomplished this by
a "know-nothing" interpretation of
"he laws that guaranteed their free-
dom.
Thus, while the early Nazis
schemed to bury the Weimar Repub-
-ic, for its part the Republic protest-
ed to Germany's last gasp their right
'o subversion.
This kind of double-edged mor-
ality is similarly the devil's advo-
cate in the latest phase of German
democratic existence. Those who in
superior, thin-lipped fashion preach
o us about free speech, while Rock
vellites demand our mass extermi-
lation, easily appreciate it.
On its face, the West German Republic
;an do nothing about its many scientists who
nave run off to Egypt to engage in monster
weapons research. The constitution, says one
:ederal official, after all guarantees the right
to freedom of movement. We agree that this
is true.
But there is a point at which an honestly-
motivated government stops in its protection of
ritizens who use their guaranteed liberties as
a shield for subversion. Since the Germans
are adequately experienced in this potential
danger, we find it increasingly difficult to be-
.ieve that their protestations in the name of
democracy are not something completely dif-
ferent.
*
On Shifting the Accent
The position the Israel Government has
:aken on the German-Egypt weapons ques-
ion stems from critical times, but is non-critical
:n its thinking.
Certainly, it poses a direct threat to Is-
. ael; but so do the recent revolutions in Yemen,
Iraq and Syria.
In somber retrospect, it seems that the
question should be elevated to major world
significance. For while, as the U.S. knows,
although it may not care to admit it, that the
Yemen-Iraq-Syria implications are in them-
selves global, the Nasser atomic weapons pro-
gram conducted by German scientists is even
more immediately dangerous.
The United States and the Soviet Union
are in accord on one principle: that there shall
.oe no proliferation of atomic know-how where-
ever it is possible to contain it. What have
:hese two antagonists, seemingly unanimous
on a single issue, thus far done where the is-
sue is suddenly raised to worldwide signifi-
cance?
West Germany is proscribed by law from
research and manufacture of atomic weapons.
The announcement last week that German
scientists are engaging in such research and
manufacture in Egypt merely suggests a shift
in geography. Somehow, it reminds us of all
those baby carriages the early Nazis pioduc
ed, which could be converted into instant ma-
chine guns.
Is Germany once again "know-nothing,"
nurturing those who mean to subvert demo-
cracy? This is the principle Israeli thinking
should be emphasizing these days.
AT THC POO*?
JHE NEW YORK Amster
dam News feature report-
.liiriih> Ihp wPftk ed here lasl week takes the
UUl lllg UIG IT CfclV statistical findings of a Protes-
tant Council study out of con-
text to come up with some
"starUJBg" conclusions about
Jews. As one of the leading
Negro publications sees it,
"Jews tend to get jobs far in
* i.i.........i excess of their percentage oi
the population," and "Jews
are overrepresented in 31 categories" in city positions.
The conclusions are, of course, startling only for Negroes. Thev
are in fact classical vestiges of white anti-Semitism, whose sophis
ticated proponents long ago began to reject them in favor of more
meaningful forms of prejudice against Jews more meaningful in
the sense that they avoid the threadbare repetitions of the past and
that they relate to the contemporary world scene. Sadly, the Amer-
ican Negro community seems increasing heir today to these worn
expressions of bigotry, forming a sociologic pattern that can only be
regarded as an evolving Negro anti-Semitism.
The development is naive on two counts: It fails to recognize and
understand the virulent anti-Semitism of our own time, which would
certainly be the variety to adopt if one is irrevocably dedicated in
this regard. But even in his adoption of a brand of anti-Semitism
that is impotent by contrast, the American Negro fails to take into
account the significant factor of which his white predecessor was
well aware, and against which he was equally well forearmed.
Making Dedication Count
The 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal was
this week set to announce it had gone over the
SI million mark.
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Greater Miami welcomes the news, fully
aware that the hard climb toward the top has
barely begun.
Much depends upon the successful con-
clusion of the 1963 campaignthe many agen-
cies here and the many organizations national-
ly, overseas, and in Israel that look toward
CJA for assistance.
The total significance of CJA can not be
expressed in statistics and goal figures. Neith-
er does it yield to interpretation in terms of the
agencies and organizations to which we here
refer.
CJA, simply, is people. It is people in
need. To them, and to their assistance, CJA
is dedicated. Won't you be counted today
in this highest welfare purpose?
Hadassah's Achievements
If Jews everywhere are in ferment about
the future of the Zionist movement, there seems
to be little anxiety so far as its women's coun-
terpart, Hadassah, is concerned.
Internationally, Hadassah is celebrating
its 50th anniversary of achievement in Israel,
a program that had its modest beginnings
when Hannah Senesch first visualized the vast
need for public health action in what was not
yet then but would some day be a Jewish
State.
Since the early beginnings, Hadassah's
programs have enlarged by leaps and bounds
to embrace a wide variety of welfare endeavor
in Israel, and to engage in its Youth Aliyah
work abroad and Zionist education at home.
Greater Miami Hadassah has a profound
stake in these affairs. Since their establish-
ment here, the many groups of Hadassah,
formed into two chapters, have contributed
unflaggingly to the fulfillment of Hadassah's
manifold goals.
As another season of dedicated endeavor
begins to draw to a climax, Hadassah is look-
ing forward to its Florida Regional conference
beginning Apr. 28. This should be one of
several crowning affairs to a well-spent yeai
NOT ALL FAILINGS IMPOStD IRON! WITHOUT
THE RESULT IS that, at least in the case of the Amsterdam News
feature. Negro bigotry has boomeranged. The factor to which
I refer is the unrelenting intellectual drive and achievement motive
of the Jew that are an integral part of his historic existence. The
sociologic reasons explaining them are so widely known that the)
require no repetition. But there is a substantial possibility that N<
are underrepresented in certain categories of employment in
New York City for precisely the reason thai neither intellectual ex
cellence nor the need to make a personal mark characterizes a
sufficient number of Negroes today proportionally to equate their
actual representation with the substantial size of the group from
which they emerge,
-Non.' of this suggests that they are incapable of either or both
nor does it deny that the circumstance oi brutal American prejudice
against them has gone a long way toward preventing Negroes from
practicing and achieving such a capability, it does, however, seek
to answer in as urgentlj calculating a fashion as the Amsterdam
News itself adopts the implied charge in the publications feature that
there is something economically and professionally nefarious about
Jews and ""Jewish" ambition.
Let those sandcastlestorming civil libertarians who will here and
now accuse me of prejudice make the most of it. My purpose is not
to answer naive bigotry with name-calling. It is rather to empha-
size that not all failings are always and forever imposed from with
out-a synthetic principle created by some of us who seek to explain
today s evolving Negro anti-Semitism in terms of the sad experiences
many Negroes allegedly have at the insensitive hands of their'Jewish
landlords.
mamma auaimet to coalition poww
BUT IF NEGRO anti-Semitism creaks at the joints because of the
ancient format it has adopted, and if it is naive because it under
f,CnreS 'IT0 weaknesses at 'east aa much as it does Jewish failings,
it nonetheless exists. b
timnThiS ''.T f th rnOS, Profound'.v unhappy developments of our
roTer~nf L T T 6tWp haS B0W joini'd the Paranoid
roster of those who practice anti-Semitism: not because it hardly
oneTe ,hC e8r0,' Wh Sh0l"d unde"t< PhaP better than anv-
been ,m, fS'S*""*88 f *"*"<*: "<" even because Jews have
fuliecnlality. ''" """* ft,qttelrt **" 'or his. right to
Which iSSrn,bC7,,M' ?u 1!' em*fa8 wh"e Protestant decline about
fJh J ,'"Rh here laM week' In ,hat colun'n- I "Sated
miSrSSK fons rf lM0 Kennedy vi<*>ry which saw
An n > h '" Pt:""tal P0WCF from rl,ral <* Protestant'
cZl 1 unZu "Tbi,n C":,U',S f '"" "a,lon" *h funeuln'oflhoT" l0,"U' ,l,a'- ,h '"'" Nero ""I'-Somi.ism is a
ButwhVev r m nSf '" X,'"' 8tatU8 "",m'; "' P* *< vears
ch lien, m, h r,';iSn, ''"' "" develPent. can be a dejeteriou,
Netr, f m?, J i SnU'm0 Jew and tin
those e,,", ar tOa",,0n- '" ,,U' l,l,imt solidification ol
those equalities which are still theirs only in theory.
COMMUNICATION LINK NttD STKtNGTHtNING
PA?Te^f USS'S'I"?"** decline discussed here last week
men T 3, 5 ". '"*' "g#" f n,ral opposition to reapportion
leaTt ."I T?-\ ha' W0U'd enhiI,Ce urhan Poetical power to a.
least a more realistic part of its lull potential. In the event of this
towlr? thTaT 0nmt"U, ,h XT** ,0 a Ne"o-J^h coalition
toward the advancement of evil rights is obviously apparent.
mee/m^^Thl^ *& ,her matte" d,,ri"S a "* <*anee
hTmSekStEi 2, ZC G'bSOn he,"C several wei*s a*o- Fr. Gibson
exoreSS im ..bK'S*W' W"h a caPable mind and facil<' "**
Dlanatmn fnr .7 2 thCr %.*' m> end wa^ to seek an ex
hand Z nL LnSe '" NVsr "ti-SemiUsm when, on the other
frendsn wl h JK?^f"10" ale so <*>*%, identified in their
be nfm ,re ^m S,ate !* ?aeL But Fl" G^son insisted upon
Dung more germane- and perhaps rightly
Couniv w,?.Ha\a m"1',1' f Florula'- l,",s"u'd reapportionment, Dade
ReDre*em L t St'mli:,K 12 MW ^atatoVi to the House oi
rZE?2E2H I ,! T ,h" J,,"ish community here, which rep
elec"at Itl,1,alv,x"""1al experience and fina-uial capablluy. heir
raised ,-a f n **!! ^alor? T,"s was an N* WU
Dotaf i\,a.H n T opportun,t> "ow lost. Fr. Gibson pressed th.
ixunt. i could not answer
enin.'.'CO"imh :"T,'"!I'' ^/^ "Tha "^ h" "ce.l strength-
S m .i h, ,y ;'':'"'11 But' ;,s of hindsight, I must
t ,sk n.i0 TCC?1 devetoP">enU, il would be naive to consider
\\v xvk y, ,?l>1'vm' I" "8 naJve M *e anti-Semitism of the
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Fascist Mosley Foments Riots
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LONDON(JTA>Street clashes
broke out this week at the close]
of a meeting addressed by Fascist j
leader Oswald Mosley in the town
hall of Kensington, a London
suburb.
After Mosley left the hall, some
of his followers unfurled banners
and began shouting at members
of the anti Fascist Yellow Star
movement, which sponsored a
1 protest rally across the street
from the town hall, indiviriu;
members of both groups left tb
meeting places and tangled in
street fighting.
Scores of police, some with dog-
broke up the main clashes bu
scuffles continued in shop door
[ways before the fighting finall.
'. was halted. Four men were ai
i rested. A policeman was run'
when he moved into action against
five Mosley followers attacking
Yellow Star member.
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Cantors' Association of Greater Miami initiates
the first in a series of musical and cultural
seminars. World-renowned Cantor Moshe
Koussevitsky (seated fourth from left) conducted
the first in a series here last wek. Seated (left
to right) are Cantors Edward Klein, Temple
Merorah; Ben Zion Kirschenbaum, Beth Torah,
newly-elected secretary of the organization;
Sol Breeh, who is cultural chairman; Kousse-
vitsky; Abraham Seif, Kneseth Israel, newly-
elected president; and Hyman Fein, Beth
Emeth. Standing (left to right) are Cantors
Abraham Koslov, of Chicago, a guest at the
seminar; William Lipson, Beth David; Richard
Brown, Temple Judea; Ernest Steiner, Temple
Beth Sholem of Hollywood; Hirsh Adler, Tem-
ple Emanu-El; Louis Cohen, Israelite Center;
Seymour Hinkes, Temple Zion; Maurice Neu,
Yehudah Moshe. Not shown are Cantors Ja-
cob Bornstein, Temple Israel; David Conviser,
Temple Beth Sholom; Yehudah Heilbraun,
Temple Sinai of Hollywood; Gershon Levin,
Coral Way Jewish Center; Sheldon Kodner,
Temp'e Beth Am; Herman Gottlieb, Temple
Beth Shirah; and Samuel Gomberg, of Miami
Beach.
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TRADITIONAL
Third Seder Celebration
COMMEMORATING THE 15th ANNIVERSARY
OF THE
STATE OF ISRAEL
Saturday, April 13, 1963 7:00 P.M.
No Jewish Policy in Israel--Goldmann
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
Miami
FRENCH AND JADE ROOMS
Beach, Florida
Continued from Page 1-A
ready "to accept a new image."
Every movement pursues sup-
porters, he noted, but the Zion-
ist parties "are fervently trying
to find supporters and see this
as their principal function."
In his first remarks, Dr. Gold-
mann asserted that the parties
were 'debilitating" the movement
and "hindering fulfillment of the
Zionist tasks." These, he said, in-
cluded increasing immigration
from the free countries, ensuring
| Jewish and Hebrew education and
organizing the Jewish people as ?
lighting force to defend its right
to create a culture.
He also, repeated a familiar
.hargc that American Jewry suf-
fered from "growing organization-
a] chaos-" loading to a "diminish-
ing impact" of Zionism in the
United States.
Moshe Sharett, chairman of
the Jewish Agency executive,
reported that the Zionist parties
were the product of a "historical
crystallization and cannot simply
be swept off the map. They
have a mission to fulfill. Re-
move the parties, and the miss-
ion will not be fulfilled."
of the importance of the study
of Hebrew and Bible, of the need
for deepening the content of
Jewish education and of grant-
ing Israel "a central position"
in that education.
iu
Dr. Max Nussbaum, president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, also blamed the problem of | jn"that education. jjjj|
the movement on "attacks on Zion-| i-iuwmI toL
ism" as the 'daily fare" from If- Describing what she belic%cd tog
rael's leading figures. Hcsaidls-jbe the "consensus" of American jf
raeli leaders must join with Zion- j zionists on Aliyah, she said that
while immigration was recognized \
as "a major pillar in Zionism," one |
cannot except a "mass aliyah" |
from the United States. She said;
"we believe that some of our youthj
will want to take their place as]
builders of Israel from positive,
GUEST OF HONOR
HIS EXCELLENCY MICHAEL COMAY
Israel Ambassador to the United Nations
We believe als.
ists to strengthen the movement'
Mrs. Rose Halprin, chairman of
the American section of the Jew-
ish Agency, noted that Hadassah.
of which she is a past president,
and the Halprin-Goldstein faction
of the world General Zionist move-,
ment both were opposed to aspects i idealistic reasons. *" "~ j
of the Zionist party system but that any negative aPPh.any,
this, she said, was "a far cry1'', attempt to create fear or unctr
from the position that there should tainty will not enhance aliyah b> |ljl
be no Zionist groups on philosoph- -
ical and ideological lines.
Citing Dr. Goldmann's descrip-j
tion of American Jewish life as
"organized chaos," she retorted
that the Jewish community in the
United States did not want "mono-
lithic groups with great control at
the lop."
She described this as the Zion-
ist doctrine of cultural interplay,
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL COUNCIL FOR KUPAT HOUM
MONOtARV CHAIRMAN CHAIRMAN
J. A. CANTOR MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
CO-CHAIRMEN
R.bbi Leon Kronrt. Jack S. Popick Jacob Mfkln Dr Irving Leh.man
ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE
J. Z. STADLAN. President
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Coovert: $12.50
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UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
Israel Independence Celebration
Without Charge to Public?
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The Zionist Council of Greater
Miami is planning to celebrate the
15th anniversary of the creation
of the State of Israel on Apr. 20
at Miami Beach Auditorium.
Such an event should be an in-
spirational presentation to every-
one who has faith in the virtues of
democracy.
The date also coincides with the
memorial of the Warsaw Ghetto
an event we must keep alive as
a warning to Jewry everywhere
to be alert to the dangers of re-
current Nazism even in our own
nation.
Yet I am sad. The Zionist
r
Rare Hebrew Relics
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Council, at Israel's Bar Mitxvah
year, staged a hotel affair
charging $7.50 per person and
thereby excluded a great num-
ber who wanted to attend, but
could not afford the stiff fee.
The Aprl. 20 event has admission
prices ranging from $12.50 down-
wards. I suggest it be a "free-to-
all" program, with invitations to
members of all faiths and our co-
religionists to participate in this
momentous occasion.
Surelv from among the many
philanthropic individuals and
groups in our town, we can easily
raise the necessary sum to under-
write the event.
I would be honored to donate
the first $25 toward this. The
spirit Of the Warsaw Ghetto must
not die. Those patriots who
fought, bled and died must nor
have died Ltl vain. The memory of
their fortitude and courage must,
be a beacon to Jews and all the
world to light the murky dark-
ness of persecution and hatred.
Lei this meeting be a clarion
, call to all that we have achieved
B rightful degree of pr.de and
hope to all minorities in Israel.
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
Miami Beach
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fense."
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Friday, March 29, 1963
^Jenisli flcrkiirun
Page 7-A
Halt German Aid to Egypt-Israel

EDWARD KLEIN
^lein Named To
Dade Delegation
Assistant State Attorney Edward
S Klein ha." been appointed legal
attache to the Dade County Sen-
ate delegation (or the forthcom-
ing session of the Florida Legisla-
ture.
Klein will take a leave of ab-
sence from his duties as chief
prosecutor of Division B of the
Criminal Court of Record for the
Iwo-month legislative session.
Klein is a former president of
Sholem Lodge. B"nai B'rith, and
the Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami. He is
a member of the National District
Attorneys A-ociation, Florida
Pro-editor* A--ociation. and a
member of the board of directors
ol the Young Democratic Club of
Dade County
Continued from Page 1-A
rCapon's <>i mass destruction' in-
volving bacteria and radiation,
re were unconfirmed reports
the weapons development in-'
eluded work on a cobalt bomb
ihich, though not explosive, would
ad enormous doses of deadly
radiation over the target area. No
such bomb is now known to exist
In the arsenal of any nuclear pow-
The Parliamentary -term was
bed nif by the arrests in Basle.
zerland, of two alleged is-
rai l; agents, Joseph Bengal, an
Israeli, and Prof, otto Jukelik, an
Austrian. They were arrested on'
charges of allegedly Threatening a
\\e~t German scientist among
those in the Cairo group. They
will be tried in May tor "illegal
activities on behalf of a foreign
state."
The Knesset resolution appealed
to "enlightened world public opin-
ion" for aid and charged that the
goal of the West German experts
in Cairo was to "expose to de-
struction the State of Israel." The
resolution warned that the Ger
man people could not exempt
themselves for responsibility for
continuation of "this vile work."
The vote was preceded by im-
passioned debate in which dep-
uties of Herut, the Liberal Party,
Mapam and Agudat Israel scath-
ingly attacked the Bonn Govern-
ment for disregarding the weap-
ons work of its nationals in
Egypt. Charges were made that
the Israel Government had "ap-
peased" West Germany because
of its huge reparations pay-
ments. The work of the West
German experts, labeled a con-
tinuation of the Nazi crimes
against experts, was called a con-
tinuation of the Nazi crimes
against not only Jews but human-
ity.
, "an evil crew" motivated by "hist
for-ga4n" and "a Nazi inclination
toward hatred of Israel and tor
ti e destiuclion of Jews." She
added it was no secret that "Ca ro
serves today as the principal cen-
ter and asylum for former Nazis."
She also commented on the ar
rests in Basle, asserting that Is-
rael found it "difficult to under-
stand some of the steps taken by
the s.\ i > authorities," pr<
ably a reference to Swiss plans to
try the two arrested men
The scientists were called "Hit-
ler's emissaries preparing Nas-
ser's final solution of the Jewish
Problem." The United States
Government was urged to take a j
second look on what Egypt was |
doing with its millions of dollars |
in United States aid.
Mrs. Meir, in calling for speedy
West German government action,
said that if new laws were needed
for that purpose, "we demand
that such measures be taken at j
on.-e. The West German Govern-
ment." she added, "cannot remain
indifferent to the fact that 18
years after the fall of the Hitler-
ite regime we again find members
of that people responsible for acts
designed to destroy Israel within
which survivors of the Nazi* holo-
caust have been gathered."
She called the West German ex-
perts "conscienceless" men and
Club Members
To be Honored
Final session of the season for
the Miami Beach Zioni-t District
v eekly Luncheon Club will take
place on Wednesday noon at Wald-
mar.'s Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth
Sholom.
The luncheon will honor two club
leader.-. Jacob C. Fishman. hon-
orary chairman ol" the club, and
, for several years, chairman; and
Dr. Morton J. Robbins, of Nashua.
IN. H.. a winter resident of Mi-
I ami Beach, and national chair-
man of the Zionist Youth Commis-
I sion.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will re-
view the news, and there will be
community singing.
te
"t>
ht
it
:
National Council ot Jewish
Women elected Mrs. Joseph
Willen, New York civic lead-
er, as its president at its 70th
anniversary biennial conven-
tion in Minneapolis on Wed-
nesday. The action pro-
vided one of the highlights
of the five-day meeting.
Chug fvri to Meet
Hebrew speaking group of North
Miami Beach. Chug Ivri. will meet
Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.. at Temple Ner
Tamid. Program will feature a
symposium on "The Bible and its
Translations." Speakers will in-
clude Dr. Joseph S. Zuckerbram
and Martin I. Taub. ________
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annual "Good Turn" day by leav-
ing Goodwill Industries clothing
bags at homes throughout the
county. When filled with repair-
able articles, these bags will fur-
nish employment and income for
handicapped men and women. p;
Residents are asked to keep the
bags for a week, tilling them with
things no longer wanted of need-
ed, such as clothing, shoes, small
electrical appliances and small,
hou-ehold items. The following
Saturday, the Scouts, assisted by
the Junior Chamber of Commerce,
will pick up the filled bags.
At the Goodwill Plant. 1130 NW
22nd St., the contents will be re-
pa ire.l by handicapped workers
and sold in the Goodwill stores,
source of the workers- wages. Non-,
profit goodwill employed 368
handicapped men and women in
1962.
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Nazi Indemnity
i^hquiry Urged
By Veterans
Continued from Page 1-A
unspeakable crimes through it*
agents against those slaves.
The transfer of the forme* *=ar-
ben stoek t tnterhandal, a Swiss
Company, was described by Lon-
don as "open to question and to
a great deal of suspicioo, to say
the least."
London noted that members of
his organization had repeatedly
adopted resolutions asking the
government not to yield on the is-
sue of the controversial German
claims. He pointed out that "This
has been the unanimous position
of the various veterans organiza-
tions."
A request was registered by
London "that the matter be re-
opened at least to the extent of a ;
public hearing- so that those op-,,
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+Jt*visti ncrkfiton
Friday, March 29, 1963
MBMBMSttSi -.::*R9BWW"
Archbishop Bringing Torah to Moscow
\Jl0
Hebrew Academy science students will be able to "look to
he skies'" via a telescope given by David Popick (center).
He's explaining how it works to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
orincipal of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, as Jack
Popick. David's father, looks on. David made the telescope,
ncluding grinding the lenses and constructing the mechan-
sm. The telescope will be used for the newly-organized
\cademy Astronomy Club conducted by JoBeph Ackner, head
of the school's science department. .
Special Service At Beth David
Some 300 guests attended the
Shabbat at Home" following ser
ices last Friday evening at
Beth David conducted by Rabbi
orman N. Shapiro.
Mrs. David E. Parnes. Sisterhood
lairman of Judaism in the Home
Committee," was in charge of the
ogram.
Presented by the primary de
artment of the Religious School,
le follow ins; students participat
I:
Debra Adler. Francine Berko
' itz, Ruth Bilsker. Marlon Bail-
Richard Branerman, Ross
ohl, Holly Davidson. Mona Eisen-
Vrg, Howard Feinberg. Elizabeth
ordon, Richard Greene, Phyllis
Hershowitz. Rebecca Kurtz, Larry
Litvak. Roni Laskin. Cynthia Lu-
bel, Danny Lei bow, Jerry Leibow,
. lark Levitt, Lisa MeU, Cynthia
; larkowitz. Steven JUerlin. Eddie
. farkowitz. Deborah Puder.
Ben Plotkin. Linda Raskin. Joel
Rosenfeld. Jacob Rachlin. Barbara
Kachlin. Joan Rachear. Barry
Rosenfield. Nathan Rosen. Carol
Solomon. Natalie Segal. Gail Sil-
ver. Frada Swerdlin. Abra Shapiro.
Ronald Sirull. John Sheikman. John
Shepard, Wendy Traurig, Harold
Tanenbaum Susan Waas. Martin
Waas, Howard Zuckerman.
Program was directed by Mrs.
Alexander Steibel. and art work
was under the supervision of Mrs
John Lundblat.
Pesach Holiday Symposium
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid
held its regular monthly meeting
on Wednesday evening in Sklar
Auditorium of the Temple. Fol-
lowing the business agenda, a
"Pesach Holiday Symposium" was
' conducted by Mrs. Eugene Labo-
vitz.
TRADITIONALLY KOSHFR
Passover Seders
Catered By
HARFENIST
in the
DiLido Hotel
APRIL 8th and 9th
Conducted by the Eminent CANTOR
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Continued from Page 1-A
HWaident of the Council, and chair
man of the International Affairs
Commission, who presided, also,
announced that the Synagogue I
Council had extended a formal In-
vitation to Rabbi Levin to visit |
the United States with a delegation
of Russian Jews.
Archbishop Nikodim, who serv-
ed as spokesman for the Soviet
delegation, promised to convey
the Torah and the greetings of
the American Jewish commun-
ity to Rabbi Levin on his return.
The Russian clergymen repre-
sented the Russian Orthodox
Church, the Armenian Church,
The Evangelical-Christian-Bap-
tist Union, and the Lutheran
Churches of Estonia and Latvia.
During a question period which
followed the exchange of greet-
ings. Archbishop Nikodim sug-
gested that the Jews of the Sov-
iet Union should bake their own
matzoth. He pointed out that the
halting of the baking of matzoth
by the State bakeries also depriv-
ed the Russian Orthodox church of
"kulik" (special Easter cakes).
The Russian church leaders solv-
ed the problem by baking then-
own "kulik," he said. Perhaps the
Jewish 'community would adopt a
"similar creative approach" to the
problem, he added.
Rabbi Adams pointed out, how-
ever, that the baking of matzoth
was far more complicated than
baking "kulik."' adding that "the
Soviet Jews haven't the where-
witha lto bake their own mat-
zoth." he added.
One of the American rabbinical
leaders asked the Soviet clergy-
man why it was possible for the
Christian churches to organize
national federations in the Soviet
Union and not the Jews. Arch-
bishop Nikodim agreed that there
was no federation of synagogues
in the Soviet Union, but that it
was "not right" to say that they
are not permitted to do so. All
religious groups may form a "com-
munity," be registered with the
government authorities, and be
given the use of a building, at no
cost, for religious services. "At
the present time there is no coun-
cil of synagogues, but I do not
know why." he said.
In reply to another question,
Archbishop Nikodim said he fav-
ored reunion of families separat-
ed by war, but claimed that
there was nothing he could do
about it. "This is a problem of
civil relationship," he said. "We
do not take part in a technical
handling of this matter."
On the avaialability of prayer
books and other religious articles,
the Russian prelate said that his
churchand otherswere able to
have religious books published in
1956 and he assumed, since "all
religious groups were equal under
the law." that the Jewish com-
munity could also have prayer
books published. He was not
aware of the closing of synagogues
in the Soviet Union, and that he
would ask Rabbi Levin about it
when he returned.
The Archbishop sought to reas-
sure the rabbinical and Jewish
communal leaders that there was
no discrimination in the Soviet
Union. "All religions are equal
under the law.* and no religions
are favored- by the government,"
he said. "At the pre-ent time
Jews in our country occupy the
highest positions."
The Russian churchman, who
also speaks Hebrew and showed
at least a working knowledge of
English, stressed the desire of
the Russian delegation not only
to strengthen relations between
Soviet and American Christians,
but to bring all the peoples of
both countries closer together.
The reception was opened with
a greeting from Rabbi Juhu-
Mark, president of the Synagogut
Council. "We are naturally deep
ly concerned over the problem-
confronting our co-religionists, par
ticularly since many disturbing
reports have reached us concern
Ing their plights." he said
"It is our earnest hope that ;i
clearer picture of the problem fat-
ing us as believers in God will
emerge from your visit with u.
and that we strengthen one an
other in our common purpose i>:
building a world in which all mei.
live as brothers under God*s Path
erhood."
Rabbi Lowy to Officiate
Temple Sinai of North Dade wil
hold its annual Seder dinner or,
Monday evening. Apr. 8. Service-
and ritual will be conducted b)
Rabbi Daniel Lowy. Reservation-
may be made through the Tempi,
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*Jewlsii ncridKdun
Page 9-A
Adenauer Seeks Report on Charge
Puxim king and queen are crowned at the annual carnival
conducted by the teen-age clubs of the Miami Beach YMHA.
Chi *en last weekend by their fellow "Y'; members were Har-
rie" Abramson as queen and Martin Horowitz as king of the
feM.ve occasion.
So. African Jewish Leader
Succumbs to Assassin's Bullet
Continued from Page 1-A
tt-t South African Government,
e(>-essing sympathy on the
--.gic death of a conscientious
anci devoted judge, husband and
father. The dastardly attack
on his life came as a shock, and
the death comes as a greater
shock because it was hoped he
would recover."
Dr. Teddy Schneider, chairman
o( the South African Jewish Board
of I> puties, said that "the whole
eonrstunity is distressed to hear
ol the deatli of Judge Kupcr who
was loved by all and whose pats-
ihH will be mourned by everyone."
Judye Kuper was the son of
Johannesburg Jewish pioneers, a
past chairman of the Jewish Board
ol Deputies and of the Zionist Fed-
eration. He was appointed to the
South African Supreme Court in
1955. He had also been president
of the United Hebrew Congrega-
tion, and an honorary vice-presi-
dent of the Israel United Appeal
and the South African Jewish Ap-
peal.
BONN (JTA) Dr. Konrad
Adenauer, West German Chancel-
lor, this week requested a com-
plete report on the activities of
German scientists at work on
Egyplian weapons programs. He
sent his request to officials here
from his vacation place at Cade-
rabia. Northern Italy.
Gunthcr von Hase, State Secre-
I tary of the (Government Informa-
tion Office, declared that, accord-
I ing to information obtained by the
: Government, the German scien-
tist- in Egypt are not at work on
atomic, bacteriological or chemi-
I cal weapons. He said they were
merely "assisting" in the produc-
! lion of ground rocKets or jet pro-
1-iiilsion instruments. At. present.
] he declared, there was doubt
, whether any legal steps could be
taken against those scientists, but
he said that the subject would be
looked into. However, he' did not
indicate what he meant by 'legal"
steps.
Dcr Spiegel, a Hamburg news-
magazine, has revealed details
about the Egyptian rocketry pro-
gram which resulted in the pub-
lic exhibit, in July 1962, of
Egypt's rockets. The weapons,
stated the usually well-informed
periodical, were developed by
German and Austrian scientists
brought to Egypt with the help
of a Swiss agency known as
I Mecothe Mechanical Corpora,
i tionwhich is an enterprise
j headed by a 44-year-old Egyptian
1 armament millionaire, named
Hassan Sayed Kamil. He holds
a Swiss passport and is one of
the most important agents for
Egyptian President Gamal Abdel
Nasser, Der Spiegel said.
torncys, received permission mean-
while from the Swiss authorities* to
confer in jail with Joseph Ben-
gal, the alleged "Israeli agent"
arrested for "threatening" the
daughter of a German nuclear
scientist now working in Egypt on
the development of non-conven-;
tional weapons.
Brunschwig, who is president of
the Federation of Swiss Jewish
Communities, told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency he would visit
Ren-Gal in the Lonhof Prison at
Basle, probably in the company
of Dr. Wieland. the Swiss public
prosecutor..
The attorney could not see Ben-
Gal until now because, under
Swiss law. a suspect in jail is not
entitled to legal advice during the
"first stage" of his interrogation
by police.
Brunschwig also represents
Ben-Gal on another casethe de-
mand by the German Govern-
ment that he be extradited to
West Germany for alleged "at-
tempted murder" of still another
German scientist at work on the
Egyptian projects. Dr. Hans
Kleinwaechter.
So far, the attorney has not as
yet been informed about what
proof, if any. there is of Ben-Gal's
involvement in the Kleinwaechter
case. The Kleinwaechter attempt
took place, presumably, at his
home in Germany near the Swiss
border last month.
Under Swiss law, Ben-Gal must
first be examined on the German
charge by the Swiss police depart-
ment and the Ministry of Justice.
He can appeal the decision of these
fgencies, if he find- them unsatis
factory, to the Swiss Federal
Court, the highest Judicial tribun-
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The celebration will be staged
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Gary Graffman, internationally-
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*JenUti norMictr,
Friday, March 29. 1963
Lipton Named
To Anniversary
UJA Committee
Joseph M. Upton, \ ice president
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Keel
eration, baa been appointed to the
national Unite Jewish Appeal
mine for Community Activ -
m observance of the i .i.v-
..'.'jt'i anniversarj
Lipton will be Joining a group
o! nationally prominent lea era <> i
ill.' committee, whose honorary
chairman is Sen. Herbert II Leh-
man.
Lipton has been a key figure in
Miami's civic and philanthropic
affairs for many years, a pasl
eneral chairman of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, and ;i past co-
chairman of the Initial Gifts Com-
mittee, he has also been a mem
ber of the Board of Governors and
the Executive Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
since its inception.
President of Dade Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn., Lipton has
also received maany awards for
his community services, including
the Outstanding Citizen's Award
Coral Chapter Theatre Party
Over 50 life members of Coral
Chapter, American Medical Cen-
ter at Denver, will attend the Co
eonut Grove Playhouse on Wednes-
day. Apr. 10. for a matinee per-
formanee of "Mary. Mary." Res-
ervation* chairman for the theatra
party ia Mrs. Philip Plak^. I fe
membership chairman.
Proceeds Going
To Betti Shirch
Proceeds from the musical com-
i dy, "Be My Guest," written and
staged by Lillian LUirak. will
t.. the Temple B.-lh Shirah build-
ing fund.
To be presented a.uain on Satur-
day and Surday at the Flagler
Granada Auditorium, the revue
features Wynne Lapin and Dorothy
Roth and a chorus including 15
members of Beth Shirah.
ol B'nai Brilh, Outstanding Ser-
vice Award of the Red Cross, and
outstanding Service Award of Mt.
Sinai Hospital, among others.
On a recent tour of inspection of Miami Heart ney Ansin, and Mrs. Tonni Hicks, director of
Institute are (from left) Joseph Weintraub, who nursing. Mr. Ansin is a new member of the
has just been elected to the nospital's executive Institute's board,
committee, Mrs. Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
Swiss Say Bonn Asked for Extradition
Continued from Page 1-A
into halting work on the Egypt-
ian missile porgram. A group of
West German scientists are
working in Egypt on weapons
forbidden by international law.
Swiss police also claimed that
Miss Boerke and her family
were threatened by the two "Is-
raeli agents."
Dr. Burkhard denied a Tel Aviv
port to the effect that IQse
Goerke had "provoked" the two
rested men. He said the claim
vas groundless. "We didn't like
do what we are doing," the state
prosecutor said at the press con-
ference, "and in particular we
don't like that it should be thoucht
that whatever we do may help the
Egyptians and the German Nazis
now working for them. But we
are under a legal obligation to
act as we have acted. This is a
matter of basic principle for us."
The Swiss prosecutor told the
; newsmen at the press conference
that only Bengal had threatened
Heidi Goerke .and that he was also
. in possession of a gun. He also
: asserted that Prof. Jukelik had
been known to be in the vicinity
of two German scientists who pre-
viously had been involved in sim-
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Couple to be Honored
Evening Torah service at Tem-
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or Joseph Motion. Brotherhood
president, and Mis Molten, who
served as Temple secretary for
three years, prior to their depart-
ure for an assignment and extend-
ed trip to Europe.
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ably kidnaped." Dr. Burkhard
said.
Swiss newspapers struck back
at Israeli press condemnation of
the arrests of the two alleged
agents, particularly the charge
that the Swiss were aiding the
West Germans to protect the
Egyptian weapons development
program. The influential
French-language Tribune de Le-
vant asserted that Switzerland
"rejects" the "unfounded
charge," and it added that the
Swiss were well acquainted with
"the methods of Israeli agents
as far as German scientists are
concerned."
However, the German-language
Blinck asked why the Swiss offic-
ials had permitted Heidi Goerke.
who set the trap lor the two alleg-
ed Israeli agents, to go to Egypt.
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'Jewisfi fforftflF*"
Page 11 A
ISSUES MORAL APPEAL' TO PEOPLE
Bonn States Position on Scientists
Off to the opening of the new Dan Carmel Hotel in Haifa,
Israel, are two Miami Beach couples. Left to right are Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Blank and Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. They
will olso vacation in Greece, Italy, Spain and France before
flying back to Miami. Blank is vice president of National
Brands, and Dr. Frehling is a well known surgeon here. They
are shown at Idlewild before boarding a TWA Superjet to
London, which was their first stop before Tel Aviv.
STANLtY SP/ElfR
Spieler to Chair
JCC Installation
Stanley Spieler has been appoint-
ed chairman of the installation din-
ner dance to be conducted by the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity center on Sunday evening,
Apr. 7. ;it Miami Springs Villas,
it was announced by A. Budd Cut
ler. Center president.
The function will feature the in-
stallation of officers and board
numbers of three branches of the
Center.
Spieler is a vice president of
the Center, and is now completing
a two-year term as president Of
the Miami Branch. Serving with
him on the planning committee
for the event are Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Katzman, Mrs.- Herschel
Rosenthal, Dr. Jack Amazon.
Aaron Cold, and Mrs. Donald
Reiff.
The evening will begin with a
reception at 6:30 p.m. Dinner is
scheduled for 7:15 p.m. Music will
be provi led for dinner and dam
I
BONN (JTA) The West
German Government this week
confirmed here that it had re-
C|iieste.l Switzerland to extradite
two alleged "'Israeli agents"Jos-
eph Ben-Gal, an Israeli citizen,
and Dr. Otto Jukelik. an Austrian
I who had been detained in Baste
en charges ot threatening" the
daughter of a German rocket
! scientist working in Cairo.
Reports from Switzerland said,
however, that sources close to the
Swiss Government indicated that
they thought it unlikely that the
request of the West German Gov-
ernment would be granted. At
Lausanne. George Brunschwig, at-
torney for Ben Gal, announced
that, if the Swiss Cabinet ap-
i proves the request for sending
Ben-Gal back to Germany, he
would appeal the case to the Swiss
Federal Court.
State Secretary Guenther von
Hare, speaking on behalf of the
Bonn Government at a press con-
ference here, declared: "It can
not be ascertained with certain-
ty whether the information is
correct that German technicians
in Egypt cooperate in producing
and developing rockets to be
used for aggression. At any
rate, this is not done with the
Executive Club Elects Seltzer
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Federal Government."
It is known." he continued,
"that, lor a long time, the Fed
eral Government has pursued a
policy of not delivering any arms
til countries where tensions exist.
This policy naturally means that
the Federal Government would ex-
press disapproval if the tension, is
being intensified by the activities
ol armament technicians. How-
ever, the Federal Government has
no possibility of preventing Ger-
man citizens from leaving the
country, except when such persons
net against German law or agatasl
the laws of the countries which
they visit."
Facing a ban v.' ,;i questions
at the 30-minut( nre*.1 c nlerc ce,
the Federal official said he wish-
ed to repeat a "moral appeal"
which Wesl G i......ha na le to
its citizct s -e. 1i j lime in t' e
past. He -lid: "The Government
. xpects all C. rman natio als si ty-
ing abroad to act in a way which
Joes not harm the Federal Repub-
lic of Germany." lie Indicated
acute tension in the Middle Fas'."
between Israel and the Arab Na-
tions was a factor in preventing
West Germany from making any
overture now to establish diplo-
matic relations with Israel,
suggested this "might beigl
tension "
Dr. Heinrich von Brentar.3
floor leader of the Christian
Democratic Union in the Ger-
man Bundestag, and former For-
eign Minister, meanwhile told
the National Press Club in Wash-
ton that, while he personally dis-
approved of German scientists
working on nuclear missiles in
Egypt, there was no legal basis
for the German Government to
interfere with such private over-
seas work by German nationals.
"We know that some Gem-
are working in Egypt o
ndisile program." he stated. I
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suih activities but 1 m -t
ray, and*that is also the -ame sit-
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that we have no legal basis to i
vent any German from forking
abroad. The German GO' rim
will certainly not support any such
activities, bul we have in our -
stitution a provision for bsol
freedom of movement, and in I
way our hands are. Ol cor
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yond which we cannOl
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Vrtimr. March 29, 1963
r
rterorm modis I old Movement Has
Added New Commandment to Judaism
ARCHITECT'S VIEW OF NEW TEMPLE MENORAH REMODELING PROJECT.
Groundbreaking Fete Sunday Will Unfold
$250,000 Temple Menorah Remodeling
Groundbreaking ceremony will
lake place on Sunday evening at
Temple Menorah. Maurice Revitz,
president, has announced. The
Conservative Temple, which un-
veiled S250.000 remodeling plans at
a Bar Mitzvah banquet earlier in
the year, is now ready to move
ahead with construction to begin
early in the Spring.
The Sundav program on the front
lawn of the Temple will be fol-
lowed by a ceremony in the pres-
ent sanctuary. During a musical
program. "The Temple is a Vis-
ion," members who pledged at
the Bar Mitzvah banquet will be!
publicly honored for making the'
remodeling program possible. Can-
tor Edward Klein and the Temple
choir wilL participate in the cere-
mony, with the Temple's spiritual
leader. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
officiating. j
Designed by Architect Morris
Lapidus, this latest building
phase will increase the Temple's
ciip.ic ty by 25 percent during
the High Holy Days, with port-
able walls which may be remov-
ed.
The classrooms will be remodel-
ed with accoustical tile, special
;>ir-conditioning and lighting faci-
lities.
Following the groundbreaking I
ceremony in the Sanctuary, the i
membership will gather for a soc-,
ial, with Lapidus as guest speak-1
er.
Leonard Solomon, Lou De Cov-
eny and Sol Frankel, co-chairmen
of the Temple's building commit-
tee, will be present to answer
questions regarding the future
building program.
Committee members assisting
will be Joseph Denmark, Himen
Fenster, Herman Kooperman. Jos-
eph Mansbach, Sam Schiffman,
Saul Strachman, Charles Sommer.
Maurice Weil and Rubin Zerlin.
Leonard Rosen and Lou Rein-
stein, co-chairmen of the building
fund committee, will acknowledge
all contributors who have made
the building possible.
Beth Torch Youth
Eye Passover
Students of the Beth Torah Con-
gregation Harold Wolk Religious
School are anticipating Passover
through a series of Sedorim dur-
ing the week of Apr. 1 to 7.
PTA of the Religious School,
through its holiday vice president,
Mrs. Nat Glazier, will provide the
settings for the occasion.
To provide every student with a
part in the festival, the Sedorim
will be held on a grade and class
level under the leadership of Rab-
bi Max A. Lipschitz and Cantor
Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum.
A meeting in Daytona Beach
Tuesday of the Southeast Associa-
tion of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis heard a noted
Jewish scholar advance the idea
that Reform Judaism has promul-
gated "a new commandment."
Dr. Alvin J. Reines. of Cincin-
nati, told the rabbis of five states
at their annual Association meet-
ing in the Riviera Motor Motel
that what Reform Judaism has
been saying to modern man can
be summed up in the command-
ment, "Thou Shalt be Free."
Dr. Renes, a professor of
Jewish Philosophy at the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, stressed the view that
"Reform Judaism believes hum-
an existence to be grounded in
freedom, that freedom is a God-
given condition for the full
realization of man's life and po-
tentialities in the universe."
"It is for this reason." he de-
clared, "that Reform Judaism sees
itself as a spiritual mainstay and
religious foundation for political
democracy and the free society."
Reform Judaism, Dr. Reines told
the rabbis, "is a religion that re-
jects the ideal of totalitarian and
authoritarian rule held by other
religions as a very first and most
basic article of faith."
"Unlike such religions," he stat-
ed, "Reform Judaism does not see
human self-rule as symptomatic
of unredeemed existence; rather.
Reform Judaism accepts and fos-
ters the idea and ideal of full free-
dom for both the individual and
the group."
The Central Conference of
American Rabbis is the rabbinical
arm of the Reform branch of
Judaism, with a membership of
over 800 spiritual leaders in the
United States and Canada. Its
Southeast Association is made up
the Reform rabbis of Alabama.
Florida, Georgia, South Carolina,
and those in Chattanooga and
Knoxvillc. Tennessee.
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Page 13-A
Dr. Prinz to Discuss Status of Jews
In Germany at AJCongress Meet Tuesday
(&*
DI. JOACHIM MNl
fFhk.*nts >of-tavry in Weft
Germany today will be among the
topics to be discussed by Dr.
Joachim Prinz, recently reelected
president of the American Jewish
Congress, at a special gathering in
the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Tues-
day evening.
Admission is by reservation only,
available from the American Jew-
ish Congress, Congress Building,
Miami.
Dr. Prim, a leading rabbi in
Berlin from 1925 to 1*37, rvi-
frt-Wt Germany in 1967, irB!
will report on what ha four/
there. He was among the first
to prophesy the outcome of Hit-
ler's rise to power, and he con-
tinued to speak fearlessly on the
issue until expelled by the Nazi
regime.
He came to the United States at
the suggestion of the late Dr.
Stephen S. Wise and was named
spiritual leader of the Temple
B'nai Abraham, Newark, N.J.,
where he still serves. ,
Dr. Prinz is the author of "The
Delemma of the ^lodern Jew," re-
cently published by Little, Brown
and Company. Last year, he'
headed a delegation of 500 Amer-;
?carrJews'to a symposium 1r> jefto-!
salem in which Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion of Israel par-
ticipated. The Iraeli Prime Mini
ister paid tribute to the leader-
ship of Dr. Prinz in a testimonial
last fall marking the Rabbi's 60th
birthday.
Dr. Prinz will be introduced by
Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Beth
Sholom Congregation, a vice presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con-
gress and president of its South-
east Regional organization.
toc/Vef Experts Anger German Press
I) -{LSRUHE (JTA) The
f< German public prosecutor
las disclosed this week to have
Istil ited proceedings against "un-
sown persons" in connection with
i leath in Cairo of live persons
| led and seven severely injured
. iro from explosives sent to
\, German scientists working
I
injuries and deaths oc-
krred when parcels addressed to
p ientista exploded on opening.
arcels and a letter were re-
vived in Cairo from a Hamburg
address. The letter re-
y was addressed to Dr.
Wolfgang Pilz, a West German
rocket expert who disappeared
from Munich last year. A German
woman secretary in Cairo lost an
eye when she opened a letter ad-
dressed to one of the German
rocket experts working for the
Egyptian Government.
The Stuttgart Zeitung. one of
West Germany's leading dailies,
meanwhile warned this week that
"not a single German rocket ex-
pert" should be responsible for
"producing weapons against the
Jewish people."
The editorial declared, in the
State Dep't. Giving Top
Priority to Soviet Bigotry
Continued from Page 1-A
t-<- it could not be cetrain that
re was persecution of Jews
IS Jew* and that it was difficult
tr the U.S. Government io oo
'anything about the problems of
Im -crities in other countries.
TK latter stand was reiterated
|ir -arnacki's letter.
ever, he also said the prob-
em was now getting "a high prior-
of attention" from State De-
irtment Soviet experts.
h =aid that the Department
lad received reports "officially
id jrom private observers" that
ti-Semitism did in fact exist "in
areas of the Soviet Union"
nd that the Department had bc-
lome convinced that Government
re- ires had virtually eliminated
|/nagOgues and training of luture
religious leaders in Russia.
".' Department continued to
s>v< doubts about the authenticity
e charges against Russian
in alleged economic trials,
i department official wrote, and
ided that it appeared tnat
a> were receiving "a dispropor
| amount of condemnation
and victimization" in the Soviet
drive against private speculation
in Russia.
"The highest levels of the Sov-
iet Government have been told
of our concern over this problem
and efforts made to arrange
meetings with representatives of
American Jewish organizations,"
he added, noting that "unfortu-
nately, these efforts have been
of little avail thus far."
He repeated earlier statements
that the Department felt that of-
ficial United States intervention on
behalf of Soviet Jews could give
the Soviets a chance to emphasize
anti-Jewish charges, such as fre-
quent Soviet Government accusa-
tions that Soviet Jews were "un-
der the supposedly sinister in-
fluence of foreign governments,
including the United States."
This was the reason, he added,
that the United States supported
action through the United Nations
and "stressed the important role
of private organizations and Indi-
viduals in bringing such persecu-
tion to the notice of world opin-
ion ."
developing controversy over the
presence of West German scien-
tists and technicians in offensive
weapons development in Egypt,
that the West German Govern-
ment "should not hesitate pub-
licly to put this question" to the
scientists "before it is morally
compelled to do so."
Prof. Otto Jukelik. the Austrian
citizen arrested with an Israeli at
Basle recently on charges of hav-
ing "threatened" a German scien-
ti-t employed on Egypt's program
for development of non-conven-
tional weapons against Israel, has
been registered officially in this
country as a "counselor" for the
Egyptian Government, federal po-
lice disclosed here this week
II was also announced here that
Prof. Jukelik was visited in jail
by the Austrian Consul-General at
Basle, after Switzerland formally
j notified the Austrian Embassy of
i the arrest. Police here said that
Prof. Jukelik "never had any con-
flict with the law."
Senior Citizens
Elect Officers
Officers of the Senior Citizens
Association of Miami Beach were
elected this week. They are:
Mrs. Lena Mintzer, president; |
Dr. Hyman Rosenkranz, Mrs.
Louis Applebaum and Mrs. Ann I
Hauser, vice presidents; Joseph i
Dube, treasurer; Mrs. Pauline
Thurston, financial secretary; Mrs.
Hanna Spiro, recording secretary;
Mrs. Rose Laufrouben, correspond-
ing secretary; Harry E. Kamp.
legal director; and Ted Heller,
executive board chairman.
Trustees are Mrs. Max Goldhag '
en. Harry Stempel, and Harry Aus-1
tin. Committee chairman include |
Louis Applebaum, blood bank; '
Max Goldhagen, membership; |
Mrs. Amy Haber, grievance and
publicity; Mrs. Molly Moll, re-1
freshments; and Abe Glass, ways
and means.
Installation of the slate is sched-
uled for Tuesday evening, Apr. 23, |
at the Algiers Hotel.
"MA NISH-TANAW?"
Is there a Jew who docs not know the significance of this
time-honored question, and the ancient tradition of its answer?
What greater nachas does the observant Jew enjoy than the
deep-rooted pleasure of having the youngest son ask on
Seder night:
"Why, father why is this night distinguished Irom all
other nights?"
What a deep feeling of pride we have in the memory of
the day when we, as children, were first privileged to ask this
question of our father!
Thousands of years of tradition lie behind the answer he
gave us because our history as a free people began with
Passover. Only after the Exodus came the Tablets with the
Ten Commandments; then came our Torah and the Laws that
have guided us during the centuries; and then came our Sages
who transmitted this sacred heritage to us.
Before the first Passover we were a family ... a family of
the Twelve Tribes; it was after the Exodus that we became a
nation ... a People Of The Torah unswerving and un-
daunted in our rendezvous with destiny, dedicated to the
service of G-D and humanity. Little wonder that Passover is
fraught with such inspiring significance.
Why does the youngest son ask The Four Questions? It is
not mere chance that our Sages decreed that the youngest
member of the family be given the honor of asking The Four
Questions; in their infinite wisdom the Sages realized that the
preservation of PESACH depended upon its transmission
from father to son. Thus each father repeats the same answer
year after year, century after century, so that we may keep
the meaning of Pesach alive in our hearts, and not merely as
words in a book.
Just so we Streits accepted from our father the sacred trust
of baking matzos. For half a century in this blessed land we
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our matzos we derive a kovod more precious to us than the
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May we in all humility say this: The House of Streit has
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fJewisti FhridNatn
Friday. March 29. 1963
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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
About the Man Who Tried to Convert a Mass Murderer
THE STRUGGLE FOR A SOUL. By William L.
Hull. MS pp. New York: Doobleday. $3.50.
"| HAVE never lost touch with God." Adolf Eich
' rnann repeatedly insisted to the Reverend Will-
iam L. Hull during the fourteen visits by the miss-
ionary made at Israel's Ramleh Prison. Hull, an
"evangelical fundamental" Christian who has spent
twenty-seven years in Israel and written two books.
"The Fall and Rise of Israel" and "IsraelKey to
Prophecy." requested that he be allowed to min-
ister to Eichmann alter hearing him state during the
trial that his father had been a presbyter in the
Evangelical Christian Church community; he was
also concerned that Israel should garner no Chris-
Han criticism, by seeming to refuse Eichmann a
spiritual advisor. He hoped to "save his soul" by
bringing him to belief in Jesus Christ as his Savior.
Accompanied by Mrs. Hull, who acted as inter
prater, Hull made the twice-weekly visit with Eich-
mann's consent in April and May of 1962; he was
with the Nazi (still unsaved) at his execution on
May SI, and was one of five men who signed the
official Hebrew document testifying that they saw
the ashes of the cremated Eichmann scattered on
the sea. The book is the verbatim report of
their dialogues and letters, plus the thoughts of the
two missionaries after each meeting.
"I will not read the Old Testament." Eichmann
first asserted. "It is nothing but Jewish stories
and fables." Although he agreed to read it. he re-
mained adamant on most other points: Hull was
never able to bring him to guilt and the attempt
to convert him failed. As he puts it. Satan retained

Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Case of Vital Interest to Americans Abroad
their
some
citizen
Ameri-
Washin
Now before the courts is
case of vital concern to Amor j
ican residents of Israel, pertain-
ing Id loss of United States citi
zenship for continuous residenceI
abroad. The case tests the 195:|
Mei arran Walter Immigration anc
Nationality Act provisions which I
within the last ten years caused
I naturalised Americans to lose
ship. Among those expatriated were
can Jews living in Israel. Denaturalization actions
against others are in various stages of process.
Loss of citizenship is decreed, for instance, if a
naturalized American born in Palestine returns to
Israel and resides there for three years. If a nat
uralized American lives abroad for five years in a
country other than the land of his birth, it means
loss of citizenship.
The United States Supreme Court has just sent
back to a special three-judge Federal Court for a
hearing a case challenging the constitutionality of
these provisions. The High Court ruled that the
Tower Court should hear the constitutional argu-
ments raised in the case of Mrs. Angela L. Schneid-

UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Concern About Nasser
K'
EEN OBSERVERS HERE are watch
the new developments in the
Middle Bast with a good deal oi con-
icern. Col. Nasser, the dictator of Egypt,
has risen once again from the ashes un
ler which it seemed tor a lime, his am
bitions [or leadership oi the Arab hege
iT.ony w as buried.
Nasser has a knack for comeback
Remen ber 1965. when Israel licked him
.n me binal, but France and Britain bowed to him and
e came out victorious, with the help of the United
States and its manipulation of votes at the United Ma-
ns plus pressure on its major European allies'.' One
calls also that, although Nasser's desire for recognition
- the leader of the Afro Asian bloc drew a clinker, he
-as nevertheless set himself up as the most powerful
the Arab rulers, able to maintain his own regime's
Stability. Taking these, and other factors into account.
r.e cannot dismiss too glibly the more recent develop-
ments.
First there was a revolution. Nasser-inspired, in
Yemen. Then came Iraq. Syria followed. Now Nasser
- bringing pressures on Jordan and Saudi Arabia. There
. talk of a possible move for unity, at least on the mili-
ary plane, among five Arab statesEgypt. Syria. Iraq.
Algeria and the so-called republican forces of Yemen,
once such unity is established, the first drive would
lobably be toward whipping Jordan and Saudi Arabia
.nto line. Once Egypt1 got its toe into Jordan
he entire issue becomes of immediate concern to Israel.
Israel circles here are. in fact, saying almost nothing
for publication. The problem of possible increase of "ten-
sions in the Middle East is not merely an Israeli prob-
lem.
Some people here are worried not only about Nasser
and the possible Arab unity toward an anti-Israeli cru-
sade, but also about the manner in which the United
states seems to be too willing to continue to support Nas-
ser. The Egyptian dictator is still talked of by Ameri-
cans as a plus factor in the war against Communism. The
fact that, in both Iraq and in Syria, there is a campaign
on to wipe out domestic Communism, is meaningless. The
USSR has never hesitated betraying its own domestic pals
n any country for the sake of larger moves on the in-
ternational level. Let an anti-Israeli war break out, and
Moscow would be the first to offer arms to the Arabs.
ven il the) put every local Communist before a firing
mad.
who was deprived of American citizenship after
three years' residence in Germany, she Is a native
oi Germany.
Mrs. Schneider became an American citizen
through derivatiVe naturalisation In i9">o. She re-
sided here continuously from 1939 to 1954. In 1956.
v hen she married a German lawyer, she went to
live in Germany. Her two sons, born in Germany,
were registered as Americans. In 1957. she came
to the United States for a six-week visit which the
lower courts did not consider a sulficicnt break in
the continuity of her foreign stay.
The principle to be established in the Schneider
case applies to Israel. The decision will affect
many students. Yeshiva youths, aged persons, hos-
pital patients, kibbutz farmers without funds, and
others who sufler a special hardship by being forced
to make costly trips back to America to retain their
citizenship.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a
Friend of the Court" brief in the Supreme Court
to challenge Mrs. Schneider's loss of citizenship.
The ACLU termed the denaturalization drive an
"encroachment upon the rights of American citi-
zens" guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment.
;.nd an "unconstituional discrimination which was
neither contemplated nor favored by the draftsmen
of the Constitution."
The brief argued that constitutionally "there is
Only one category" of American citizen-; that the
naturalization envisioned by the Constitution was
one "which when validly achieved would place the
naturalized citizen on an equal footing with the na-
tive born:" and that "Congress has no power to
discriminate against naturalized citizens by depriv-
ing them of their citizenship under circumstances
which would not result in such loss bj native born
citizens."
In support Of its arguments, the AC1 l cited
the provision of the Fourteenth Amendmi
all persons horn or naturalized in the United
an American citizens Article Two ol the
Constitution puts but one carefully delined limita-
m upon the rights of naturalized citizens- inelij
ihility for the office of President. "No other di-
Unctions between native ami naturalized Amen
cans." said the ACLU. "are constitutionally prop< r."
Earlier in American history, naturalized citi-
zens were granted all the privileges ol the native
born, in 1859, under President Buchani n, and again
in 1873, under President Grant, the equality of
rights oi native and naturalized citizens was re-
asserted.
Off the Record:
control The Spinoza-quoting Eichmann was unable
to accept Hulls dogma that salvation a possible
only through belief in Jesus Christ, and that there
fore some two billion unbelievers in the world are
"all lost." .
As interesting as the book Is m its semi-morbid
way it is difficult for Jews, whose religious orienta-
tion is toward a good life rather than a good death
to respond to Hulls concern. Hull's insistence that
"you will not be judged for your deeds, but only for
your faith (in Jesus Christ)" is, if not repugnant,
Simply meaningless to Jews.
Taking the book on its own terms, however,
one might lind some of the psychological revebi-
tionsboth ef Eichmann and ol Hullof more value
Eichmann's obvious reliance on authority and re-
sponse to firmness and orders is significant, as was
his pretentious use of long words in an attempt, the
chief warden suggested, to seem more educated
Eichmann's statement that he was regretful, but
would not now say he was sorry because "they will
pounce on thai and say. Where there is sorrow
there is guilt'." Is perhaps the major key to a psy-
chological understanding of the man.
Hull himself displays a curious naivete and in-
sensitivity to the real issues. There appears to be
something lacking in his logic oJ human relations
when he can say "Jews do not need to feel inferior
as a 'ace because Ol the activities of an Eichmann
Eichmann's actions against Jews were inspired
bj Nazi policy rather than by a personal anti-Sem-
itic bias." Hi- comments in general seem to nidi
cate a honest heart rather than the incisive intellect
which was reeded for his purposes, or indeed for
any purpose- regarding the soul ol Adolf Eichmann.
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Music Festival No. 3
ISRAEL IS GETTING ready
" for the third music festival
Which will open in Jerusalem
on July 1G and which, if one-
is to judge by the program.
promises to be a colortul event
indeed.
Unlike in. the past, the ap
pearancea Ibis year will not be
limited to the three major
towns of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv
and Haifa, but will be "spread
out" over the country in order
to enable larger attendance.
The ininnn r ol CO, certs has been increased lo till as com-
: re i with 43 given last year
The h-t of famous artists included in the program
i- a long and imposing one. Isaac stern. Eugene Istonun
1.1 mard Rose will perform as a trio and render
two concertsone devoted to Beethoven and one compris-
ing works h\ Mozart, Brahms and Schubert. The British
composer William Walton will conduct the Israel Phil-
. onic Orchestra, rendering his "The Feast of Bel-
shazzar.' The pianisl Rosalyn Turek will play and con-
duct two Bach concertos and give Bach recital.
The New York "Pro Music" ensemble will perform.
i the baton oi its founder *oah Greenberg, giving
13th. uth and 15th century musu-. Jennie Tourel will
i ar in a concert ol the Ri mat Can Symphony Orches-
tra, which i~ no.\ touring thi i S.A Jan Peerce, Hilda
ek, Laurel Ht-rley, Charles Anthony and others will
appear in a fendition ol "Fidelio," conducted by Will-
iam Steinberg..
An innovation this year will be the inclusion in the
ram of liturgical (cantoral) music and here loo
w find famous names Moshe Koussevitzky, Yaakov Bar-
kin, and Morris Gentchov, who will appear in a joint
performance,
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
About ZOA and 'Superior' Jewish Intellect
THE LEADERS of the ZOA have p
long been looking for an elfec
tive vitamin that would revive the
dormant and the indifferent in tin
organization who in the past lew
years have been day-dreaming on
past accomplishments to the ob-
vious detriment of the ZOA and I In
Zionist movement as well. Thev
have apparently now found the gf
answerin the decision to hold the next convention
in Israel. Never in the history of the ZOA has
there been such mass interest in a convention. Our
. ancients said that the Holy City would expand to
accommodate the pilgrims that came to its soil.
If all the ZOAniks who wish to go to the convention
are to be accommodated, Jerusalem again will have
to demonstrate its miraculous capacity for expan-
sion.
The disproportionate accomplishments of Jew
ish stu 'cuts in all fields of intellectual and scien-
tlfic endeavor,is one of those mysteries for which
apparently there is no ready answer. Is it Jewish
drive, a term our best friends employ usually in a
derogatory sense? Is it a product of keen com-
petition, since the Jew must make a greater com-
pititive effort lo achieve the same end as a non-
Jew? Is it reflection on our Jewish tradition of
respect for learning and knowledge? Certainly it
is not due to Jewish superiority in the mystic or
mysterious or even anthropological sense. As my
good friend. Dr. Samuel Margoshes. remarked in
one of his columns, the "theory of superiority and
inferiority of races and of jwoples has long been
knocked in a cocked hat." So has the notion that
Jews have a monopoly on studiousness. What ac-
counts for the enigma presented by the dispropor-
tionately high number of Jewish Nobel Prize-win-
ners?
1


Friday. March 29, 1963
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Page 15-A
rael Was in Tough Spot on South Africa Vote
By JOSHUA H. JU5TMAN forbade UN members to establish
L-..,-,, ..,. ^ diplomatic relations with Spain be
JERUSALEM- JTA)- One of ;(,ause of hcf ties w,(h ,, Axjj
major points heatedly discuss-1 powers durmj, Wor,d Wgr n< Thc
during the recent foreign pol- ,sracl dc, ,ion
debate in the Knesset was Is- (,(| wi|h ^
H's vote in the UN in support Jewigh communities
[the draft resolution ^calling for
initiation of sanctions against
was then flood-
letters from
in Spanish
Morocco and Tangiers beseeching
her to support the draft resolution
5.e!T,'(lln! Peking the restoration of thc in-
lernational status of thc Franco
regime.
Since then the dilemma has,
e,0f J*25*5: 52J..52 qite naturally, grown and been
extended to wider and more com-
plex areas.
when statin, that the apartheid
policy "touched the very soul of
the African countries."
What could Israel's response t
that test have been? Surely, there
is no defense for the stubbornness
with which South Africa clings to
her policy of racial discrimina-
tion.
Israel raised her hand in the votes
for the sanctions resolution; sure-
ly she could not have but thought
Of the uncomfortable position
may place the Jewish Community
there.
But what was the alternati
both from the moral and practic..
It was not with a light heart that point <)1 view?
a: the Security Council take up
question of South Africa's ox
Is.on from the United Nations.
position benches, who criticized
stand taken by the Isrcal dele-
lion, voiced support for or in
way tried to justify the racial
Elimination of South Africa's
itheid policy. The condemna-
ot that policy was unanimous
without reservations. How-
-. some questioned the UN's
>ral right to adopt such stern
isures in the case of South
rica, while closing its eyes lo
ler and at least as grave eon-
i-ntions of human rights; for
ance the official practice of
Ivory in Saudi Arabia.
ly be a partner to hypocrisy?
n't it a fact, they argued that
ose who voted for the extreme
aft resolution included almost
of the totalitarian countries
ile those who either voted
fca-nst it or abstained, compris-
most of the democratic states?
Iiy, they asked, could not Is-
;l have followed the path tak-
by the U.S. or Sweden which
by no means be charged
Ith condoning racial discrimi-
btion?
In her reply to the criticism.
Foreign Minister Golda Meir
said it would have been against
Jewish morality for Israel not to
have raised her voice against a
"shameful iniquity." Mrs. Meir
also emphasized that South
Africa's apartheid policy was a
matter that touched the very soul
of the African countries.
It is indeed hard to contest the
view that on an issue Involving
racial discrimination Israel could
not have but taken a clear and
unequivocal stand; nor can one dis-
regard the practical side of the is-
sue the aspect of Israel's relations
with the African states,
The friendly relations and close
and growing cooperation with these
countries which Israel has develop-
ed over the years constitute an
achievement the significance and
importance of which can hardly be
overestimated. It is a friendship
tested against the incessanl pres-
sures of the Arab states and based
jides, in determining her post-
on genuine mutual interest and
, should Israel not have taken understanding. It demunst'ates
consideration .he ties ol close '* "n!v '"<' ^P-'ecat on of he
kidship that bind her with South Afric;,n leoff^. JmS
tea, the friendship and assist- f?ndej J "> !L *S
, extended b> south Africa to "e motives underlying i
Zionist cause throughoul the ;"'< ht" *s .Jf" sin"'r",yh J
irs and to the State of Israel 'el identification with their
its establishment? And last aspirations.
not least, should no consider- It is the trust in that sincerity
n have been given to the in- that constitutes the cornerstone of
. ol the Jewiah community tho Israel-African lies and that has
*South Anna, which, by Israel's on more than one occasion brought
has been placed in a very un- many of these African states to, ta-
ble position'' i.el's Bide "n issues Of the Israel-
?deed, It ras Ihe latter pom. Arab conflict,
constituted the crux of the
whether and to what
ties rest and which have broken
frustrated all the Arab efforts to
e raised: wnetner ana to wnai undermine the basis on which these
nt must Israel, in adopting a
Of policy on the international ,h<\ *** '.,f anhnosity andjmycott
la. take into account its poss-
effect on the well-being of the
Irish communities directly or in-
petty involved.
ie dilemma la not a new one
recall Israel was faced with
loon after her joining the UN
\t), at the Third General Assem-
it was proposed to rescind an
lier Assembly resolution which
with which Mr. Nasser & Co. have
tried to strangle the State of Is-
rael and isolate her on thc inter-
national arena.
It is quite obvious why the
African states view the stand
taken vis-a-vis South Africa's
apartheid policy as a testing
stone for the;r friends. Surely,
Mrs. Meir did not exaggerate
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Pcge 16-A
fjmist fhrkUar
Friday. March 29 )6g
Acheson on
De Gaulle
By MAX LERNER
Churches Also Denounced-Archbishop
Pans.
Adlai Stevenson is here to talk to the NATO meeting and appear
on a TV shotf. but the American who has had the most explosive im
pact on the European mind since Jacqueline Kennedys visit is Dean
Acheson.
His speech detonated last week, i- still trailin? clouds of thunder
and lire in the whole European press and in every ministry of de
fense foreign affairs and economic-
The response of the Quai d'Orsay is a glacial silence, accompan
led bv unofficial hints that the deGaulle portion has been travestied.
But the speech has served to crystallise the doubts about de Gaulle s
policv among many who had .'till suspended their judgment.
My impre-sion is that de Gaulle's nuclear force has met a coun-
terforce Acheson speaks for himself, but he speaks to Europe a- a
man who has been Secretary ol State, who has had a shaping hand
ir. NVTO and the Marshall Plan, who has the leputation of a tough
minded statesman. Any nation is lucky to have an autonomous guer-
rilla like Acheson.
The trouble with too much ol the American rnd European response
to de Gaulle's position has been its emotional, sentimental, often whin-
ing and self-pitying quality, when it has not been merely spluttering
with anger. _. ,
Acheson has none of this. He talks in terms of power, national
interest and the common interests of the free world nation.-, and us*s
the same vocabulary- of unsentimental power that de Gaulle does.
Achesons is the only cold, reasoned, sustained analysis of de-
Gaulles position that has yet appearedwhich is why it has been list-
ened to, and why de Gaulle himself will have to give it his grudging
respect.

The Acheson Doctrinefor such it most now be celledis at once
an analysis, a warning and a program of action. It is strongest as
an analysis, weakest as a warning, and may prove fruitful as a pro
gram.
De Gaulle has always had a genius for making a weak position
look strong, but Acheson had pitilessly stripped away the plaster and
laid bare the cracks.
De Gaulle, as Acheson has shown, wants the best of both worlds
the Europe "irom the Atlantic to the Urals" winch he forecasts, and
the Europe of the Atlantic Alliance which he rejects. If he breaks up
NVTO the Europe he tries to form will either be de-troyed or domi-
nated by the Rus-ians If h'.- leaves NATO alone and avails him-ell
of it- protection, he is subject to the charge of hypocrisy.
No one has ever spoken more brusquely than Acheson of the weak
ne-s of the French army, whose leadership corps has been decimated
and demoralized by war failures and internal strife

Acheson's warning to de Gaulle is that he had better not count on
an American government -undertaking so unpromising a commitment"
as that of engaging in a suicidal nuclear war with Russia in a contest
between the French and the Russians.
This is the one point at which Acheson becomes merely fretful.
De Gaulle's weakness lies in the fact that he cannot defend himseli.
or Europe against the Russians, his strength in the fact that he need
notbecause America is there to do it for him. Not because we love
de Gaulle or approve of him, but quite simply becau-e of the doe-
trine of common interests on which the rest of Achesons analysis is
based. De Gaulle is like an adventuring wife, certain that her hus
band dare not disown her. and protected in her liaison by that fact.
As for acheson's program, it is simply to push ahead with an
Atlantic alliance without de Gaulle's France: militarily by a progress
ive sharing of nuclear knowledge and training with the other Euro-
pean nations, economically by a lowering cf tariff.; with England and
by measures for monetary order. The program makes so much
that de Gaulle would finally have to reckon with it as a fact of power
and therefore a fact of life.
Memorial Dinner At Pap Institute
WASHINGTON I JTA i The
head of a visiting delegation of
Soviet churchmen. Archbishop
Nikodim. of the Russian Ortho-
dox Church, told a press confer-
ence this week that if some Sov-
iet newspapers denounce syna-
gogues and the Jewish faith, the
s-me organs say even worse thint!.-
about the Russian Orthodox
church,
j Archbishop Nikodim aded that
he could -ay oalf that the posi-
tion of the Jews in the Soviet I'nion
was stated very clearly" by
Khrushchev in a recent letter to
British philosopher Bert rand Rus-
sell. He amplified this, however,
by commenting that events affect-
ing "individuals" were not based
on religion or nationality of the
individual but "entirely on their
personal qualities." He suggest-
ed that prosecution, as for econ-
omic crime-, was linked not -.\ith
religion but only with the deeds
of the "particular person- involv-
ed."
The Archbishop's comments
were in reply to questions he had
been asked as to what Soviet
Christians could do about the de-
nunciation by official Soviet pub-
lications of the Jewish religion
and defamation of synagogues
as alleged centers of crime. The
Russian delegation arrived here
as guests of the National Coun-
cil of Churches.
Meanwhile another Russian Jew
has been sentenced to death tor
alleged economic crime's and six
others had their appeal for clem
encv rejected and were then
executed, according to reports in
a Soviet newspaper received here
this week.
According to the Feb. 6 issue of
Radiaska Bukovina, published in
Czernowitz. seven officials of the
Education Department of Vash
kuvitz. a town in Bukovina. were
charged with embezzling 25.000
rubles. The chief accountant's
name was given as Brelinsky. a
common Jewish name in the SOI
iet Union. He was sentenced to
death. The six other-, whose
names were not given, were sen-
tenced to varying terms of impris
onment.
The Feb. 10 issue of the Sov-
iet paper reported that the Su-
preme Soviet, of the Ukrainian
Republic rejected the appeal for
clemency of a group of 'economic
criminals" sentenced to death at
Czernowitz in October. 1962. The
mwspaper reported that th
fences were then carried i
While the Soviet new-pa), p did
not give any details a be. -.he
triel, records showed th^t t! only
trial in Czernowitz for ''economic
crimes" at the time Invoh I ax
Jews tried, convicted and sei :ei|
for currency speculation. ; de-
fendants then were named Al-
ter Bronstern. Yeffin I. [
gOftbes, Mosiey-Mever ,1a.
Slruel I. Zimilevich. Is. B.
ROIUS and Felika Ya. lest
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TEL AVIV 'JTA) Israel's
"days of pioneering" have not yet
ended. Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion asserted here recently at
ceremonies dedicating Israel's lat.
eat -economic breakthrough." the
official commencement of the
building of the new town of Arad.
Standing on a bare hilltop in the
Judean desert, with his back to the
Dead Sea. the Prime Minister
-poke of the new town of Arad to
rise on the sitea town expected
to house 4O.000 people. There are
50 families in Arad. But within
the next year, said Josef Almogi.
Minister of Development. 1.200
workers will live there in new
housing. .
Two thousand persons made their
way to the site of Arad through
desert roads. The town, northeast
of Beersheba. is located on the
ancient site of Tel Arad. near the
-pot where the patriarch Abraham
gazed across the desert toward
S dom and Gomorrah. A fortress
i there in those 'lays- Now
Arad. located near the Zohar gas
tuld-. will be the tint Israeli set-
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E. L. Cotton. Sr., realtor, an'l
Leonard A Wien. hotel manager,
viill serve as co-chairmen of the
Papanicolaou Cancer Research In
stitute memorial dinner here May
13, Jame- M. Albert, president of
the Institute, announced this
week.
The dinner will honor the late
Dr. George N Papanicolaou on
what would have been his 80;h
birthday. The Institute, at 1155
NW 14th St.. was named in his
honor la-t year.
Cotton, vice president of the In
stitute. and Wien. treasurer and a
past president of the Institute, are
planning a symposium on the re-
cent accomplishments in cancer
research.
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Contributing 'Angels' To
Be Honored on Friday
DIVISION MEETINGS SCHEDULED PAGE o-B
Some 700 women will attend the Stction divisions in the cast a
annual Anger' luncheon of the Mesdames Phil Abrams, Willk
National Council of Jewish Worn- ... ... ... _.. .
en. Miami Section, in the Sky AUen' C1,arks Adelman. Staid.
Room of the Dupont Plaza Hotel jArkin, David Barnott. Adolph B.
.op Friday noon. ger. Ray Bcrrin. Lawrence Brar
All "Angels" have contributed MUton Conrad, Harry Cora-
merchandise to the Thrift Shops. Louls Easton, Cordon Engel, J-
which Council maintains on 346 cnh Fielfls Philip Galitz. I
No. Miami Ave.. and 5601 N\V 7th <", Herbert Goldberg. Sat
Ave.
uel Goldstein. Milton Gross, R<
Income from these shops pro- ert ""i""?"1"*- "* **
""v Hodor. George Krumho
Seventh annual donor luncheon will be held
Sunday at the A'giers Hotel. Coral Way Jew-
ish Center Sisterhood leaders planning the
event for some 250 women are standing (left
to right) Mesdames Milton Myers, Jerome Him-
lelfarb, Norman Ccbel, William Seidman,
donor vice president. Seated are Mesdames
Max Forman, Lottie Liebman and Elaine
Goodis. Not shown are Mesdames Ben Soto,
Joseph Katz, Ted Sloan, Selma Freedland, Ed-
ward Block, Jay Scheinhaus and Eli King. Pop-
ular comedian Milt Ross will entertain.
ney
Yale Leavy. George Malin, Mic
ael Mersel, Joseph Nevel. Dona
Peck. Sidney Richman. Ben Si
zer. Louis Schneiderman, Seymo-
Simon. Max Socklolf. Han
Strumph. Max Temchin. and \V I
rcn Zundell.
Musical accompaniment is
An operetta, written and direct- Mrs. Alvin Lieberman and Mrs,
ed by Mrs. Irving Golfman, and Harold Retskin; choreograph ,
produced by Mrs. Bernard Abel, Mrs. Joseph Vanich and Renee M,
also in charge of costumes and Zintgraff; and lighting, Frederic
properties, will be presented. Rich, of the Malcolm Ross Day
Members of the eight Miami Center.
\ides the major financial support
for Council's extensive community
services in the local area, as well
as for the scholar-hip. public af-
fairs, and educational programs
nationally and overseas.
Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs.
Jess Spirer. vice president of ways
and means.
Lovely Israeli Singer
At Hadassah Party
the
1(/<
ovnan s
UJerU
( .ind talented singers, the interna-
ionally-notcd Tova Porat, and an
mportant Israeli diplomatic fig-
ire, Url Ra'anan. will highlght the
program of the Hadassah-Israel
:5th anniversary luncheon, it was
innounced by Mrs. Dorothy Krieg
r Fink, luncheon chairman.
Thr luncheon.- marking Hadass-
ah's A Stive commemoration of Is-
15th anniversary, will t:ike
Thursday, Apr. 4, in the new
Doral Beach Hotel
A Sherry Reception for Hadass-
ih-Israel Bond purchasers will
recede the luncheon at n a.m.
the Cockleshell Room of the
Doral Beach Hotel.
' > featured on the pro-ram
ill be Jeffrey Lynn, star of
(ii en and stage, scheduled to ap-
r in the forthcoming Coc inut
Continued on Page 2B
Jewish Floridian
Mami, Florida, Friday, March 29, 1963
Section j:
TOVA PORAT
n
J
by ISABEL GROVE
Party eelebrai ing L a r r y
I m's birthday recently plan-
i.cc! by wife Pansy, who gathcr-
< (I their many friends from all
of the world for the oc-
casion Long-time friend,
Mrs. Leisl Jensen, who has Ijeen
living abroad, returned from
Austria to wish Larry "Happy
Birthday" Harold Winston,
former Hollywood director and
well-known authority on Shakes
I" ne. just back from three
years in Europe, attended with
his sister and her husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Grodensky .
Grodenaky is currently exhibiting
his paintings at the Fontaine-
Meau And Mr. and Mrs
Charles Salk he's uncle of Dr.
Jonas Salk, of the Salk vaccine
lame.
9 *
Former student of the Hebrew
tcademy, Harvey Elliott Finkel-
s'eln, has just received his Rab-
binical degree from Telshe Ye-
Bhivah in New York Son of
v'r. and Mrs. Jack Finkelstein,
1 1001 7th St.. 21-year-old Rab-
raoni the voungest ordain-
'' at Telshe Ycshivah ... The
n'w Rabbi piled up a formidable
scholastic and athletic record
while at the Academy on Miami
Beach He was one of the
winners of The Jewish Floridian
journalism medal, won many
trophies in ping-pong and came
in second in tennis matches for
Florida stale teen-agers He
graduated, with honors, from
Telshe High School, and was se
lected to represent the Telshe
Yeshiva when it opened a branch
in Chicago Rabbi Finkel-
-tcin will be married in June to
Miss Chava Feit in New York,
where the newlyweds will live
while he continues his studies
... A youngeY brother, Leonard,
is now atttending Telshe Yeshiv-
ah. and sister Estelle graduates
in Jure from the Hebrew Acad-
emy.
i> >
Localites Capt. and Mrs. Mur
ray Kane, stationed at the U.S.
Air Force Base in Karamursel,
Turkey, have formed a Jewish
Guild there and together with
25 Jewish servicemen hold lec-
tures, discussions on Judaism,
history, laws, customs and tradi-
tions ... A medical doctor, Capt.
Kane and Maj. Max Greenberg
conduct Friday night services
Continued on Page 3-B
Donor Affair
For Auxiliary
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home lor the Aged,
will hold its annual gala life
membership luncheon on Tues lay
noon in the Rubaiyat Room at the
Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Hfe
membership chairman, will be
chairman of the day. Mrs. Baron
He Hirsch Meyer will give the ui-
\ ocation.
Fashion show will be presented
by u ilma of New York, of Lincoln
ltd. Mrs. Ann Schiek. of Wilma's.
and her associate. Miss Matte, of
New York, will do the narrating.
Models will be Auxiliary's life
members, including Mrs. Jack
Katzman, Mrs. Irving Miller. Mrs.
David Ponve, Mrs .lack Rifkin
and Mrs. Helen Sparber.
Mrs. *Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, has arranged a musical
interlude. Mrs. Lawrence Silver-
man is president of the Auxiliary.
Auxiliary Sets
Member Fete
Miami Beach Auxiliary of the
i National Hemophilia Foundation
j will celebrate its annual donor in-
I stallation with a luncheon at the
j Carillon Hotel on Thursday, Apr.
,4. at noon.
Chuck Hall will conduct the in-
; Mallation ceremony, and addresses
| will be given by Dr. Kenneth M.
' Brinkhaus, chief of hematology
i and research of the Medical Assn.,
:and Dr. Sigmund Rosen, chief
' hematologist at the University of
Miami School of Medicine.
Entertainment will feature songs
I by Joseph Malek. with accompani-
: ment by Mrs. Tibor Stern.
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
Leah Udell. Mrs. Delia Delancy
is president of the Miami Beach
Auxiliary. Curl Strohbach is pres-
ident of the South Florida Division.
Mrs. Charles Beber, chairman of prizes, and JFCS Women's
Committee President Mrs. Irving Fell admue some of th>
prizes to be given during the Women's Committee moor,
light cruise Apr. 6. Proceeds from the cruise aboard tha
MS Calypso will go toward the support of Jewish Family an:
Children's Service home for emotionally disturbed childre.i
to be opened in the fall. m
Kiddush Honors Rothmans
Kiddush on Saturday. Mar. 16. at
Tifereth Israel Congregation was
hosted by the Hyman Hothman
family in honor of Hyman Roth
man's 80th birthday.
A long-time member. Rothman
was the congregation's first
bai, and has been an active wo
er and contributor to the Temp
Attending the Kiddush in h i
honor were his children frc n
Springfield, Mass.. those who li
in Miami, and a grandson fi" t
Georgia lech.


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Miami Hadassah Group
World Jewish Child's Day on Tuesday
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are MMdosBes Mar*..-, a 5~:-:r_= Ura
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Beat-. Mover'Hare':-:
Mtai ere Mb, A!rre-e
of the dcv.
Lovely Israeli Singer and Diplomat
To Highlight Hadassah Anniversary Fete
Mrs. Gros
to Preside
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Sol Silverman.
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Jevu rec. -.iLl be highlight
< or. World Jevrish Child": Day
- observed on Tuesday
The mternational holiday will
betMr the asency which has been
-espoesiMe for the rehabilitation
of orer IlljMB children from 72
mtiies in the last 28 years
- Miami, the nine group'
eo-rpr.Sir.g the M:am: Chapter of
Hadassah. ili mark the day with
- nomei and hos-
pitals, bringing entertainment.
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Arte G-oup 'ake a hand
peppe*. hr to the Haver. School
Ch; c?r^uo --- a: North Ms-
feature
TotoLa a professional down.
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b* '. '
Alter* Eirstein Group
Mencrah G-eop i
and
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Mt. Scopus
Greup I!
Ponies r puppet=
Kendall Horre through the effon*
>1 Naomi Greup.
Tifcvati Grtavp will provide Barnes
and puppets st National Chi
Cardiac Hospital
...
Torah Gr*op will present i pup.
pet show at Variety Hospital.
Party favors for the jroongster-
at the American Chiidrer Home
will be part of the program offer-
ed there by the Chaim Weiimam,
Group.
Mt. Sinai to Host
Diet Organization
Ml Sinai Hospi'al will b<~ hoji
to the Miami Dietetic AssociatkQ
. h;ch is ipon^oring a "Get-Ac-
-. tinted Spring Bazaar."' a pro.
ram for .d student
dietetic at j
care-
Some 50 students uiil h
td to participatf I c |.
Da "e The even)
- heduled Tuesday it S|
L'nder lb<
b Kutniek kiel diet l Ul
the hospital will
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of the Dietetic Departrr
social hour with refreshment!
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; B'rith Social Singles is
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Page 3-B
Sam Levenson to be Special Guest
At Dinner Honoring Mrs. Carl Weinkle
Mrs. Carl Weinkle (right), chosen to be the first recipient of
the newly-instituted Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Medallion of
Honor, is seen with the late Mrs. Roosevelt on her last visit
to Miami. The award will be presented to Mrs. Weinkle at
the Israel Independence Day Dinner on Apr. 28 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Taking part in the presentation will be
Elliott Roosevelt, second son of the late President, and other
members of the Roosevelt family. The dinner will be held
unde: auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
Sam Levenson. noted forR hilhi-1
orist. will be special guest at the I
Israel Independence Day dinner I
on Sunday evening, Apr. 28, at the [
Iontainebltau Hotel.
Levenson. who has achieved
world-wide lame for his sympath-
etic and warm folk humor of the
Jewish people, is preparing a
special program which he will I
piemiere at the dinner.
Under auspices of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,]
the affair will highlight Hie com-]
nuinity's celebration of Israel's
25th year ol statehood.
Samuel Friedland, chairman of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, pointed out that the
'dinner will mark two epic mile-
stores for Israel, the celebration
of Israel's 15th anniversary as a
free nation, and the beginning of
the redemption of the first Israel
Bonds. Tins year's anniversary is
particularly significant, since it
-. es Israel at the threhold of new
and greater achievements."
A high point of the evening will
be the presentation to Mrs. Carl
Weinkle of the newly-instituted
national Eleanor Koosevelt-Israel
Medallion of Honor. Participating
in the presentation will be Elliott
Kousevelt and other members of
the Roosevelt family.
Mrs. Weinkle has been chosen
as the first recipient of the awari
in "recognition of her service t<
Israel in its first 15 years of state
hood."
Beach High Will
Present Comedy
Miami Beach High School sen-
ior class is presenting the Kauf-
man and Hart comedy, "You Can't
Take it with You." on Friday and
Saturday evening in the school au-
ditorium.
Set in the 1930s, the play about
members of an eccentric family
will feature Peter Dean and Lois
Pearlman in leading roles.
Others appearing in the cast are
Doreen Sakrais. Daniel Shain. Al-
lan Albert, James Green, Gail
Gour. Maurice Tobias. Stanley
Muravchick. Steve Siebert, Mari-
lyn Jones. Zvi Salant. Andy Jacob
son, Edward Grenwald. Bobbv
Flam, Janece Manchaes, Marshall
Rachmiel. and Larry llaber.
Jay W, Jenson is director; Carole
Levy, prompter; and Andy Green,
stage manager.
Mrs. Harry Schuldiner, pres-
ident of Louis D. Brandeis
Women's Club, presents a
check in the amount of S250
to Max Gleiberman, secre'ary
of the Southern District cf the
Workmen's Circle, for the or-
ganization's Child Health
Center in Israel. The club
met last Thursday at the At-
lantis Hotel for a luncheon
and card party. Other pro-
jects include contributions to
Varietv Children's Hospital.
b\f s^Jsabcl C^rov*
Continued from Page 1-B
I by Mi- Kane Find-
ing thi in-elve.- somewhat handi-
t by lack of material, the
recent 1> >ent an SOS to
Beach, and now -to Pray-
are on their way to
Turkey Mrs. Kane is the
Marcia Sawansky, daugh-
ter I I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sav-
661 Jefferson Ave. ... A
rad .ite of the University of Mi-
she taught music in the
p my school system be-
rore joining her husband over-
i BSt October Her hliS-
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kane, 1062 NE iTih Ter.
graduate ol the University
.u and a- medical school.
he was assigned to Turkey last
and will serve there for
two ears.
i 'h wedding anniversary
ed this month by Mr. and
ob Ueberman, l'sio SW
Married in Bayonne,
N I on March 29. 1903, tins
In mi Vernon until 1941.
Ihei ante here and were m
-- until retirement several
years ago One daughter and
tamil;. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
. two grandehildr m, Mrs
II. M 'I Alan Levene, and
ihrei randchildren live in
Portland, Ore. Another
and Mrs. Herbert Sanders, with
children Lynn and Steve, live
here in Miami The Lieber
mans are members of Israelite
Center.
* *
No competition among the
three designers seen in the same
party opening niulit at the Uni-
versity of Miami'.- King Theatre
pro uction ot "Three Penny
Opera" For the Harry Lin-
skys, industrial designing holds
thi' spotlight With the Bud-
dy Halperts, its trophies .
And tor Ruth Regina, wigs for
milady Others enjoying the
musical were the Al Pallots,
Ruth and Charles Jacobson, and
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour M. Blum-
enthal .
Pert, red-headed Florence Kup-
perraan surround) I by friends
who love to dance Bernice
Wiener, with husband Al ap-
plauding rin : le, walked off
with the cha-cha trophj at the
Doral Beach Rool Garden last
weekend And whenever Flo
wants to visit with friends Edith
and William Kaufman, here from
Engelwood, V.;.. !' finds them
ticing the Bi a Nova in the
dancing salon of the Fontaine-
bleau.
rO
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boxes. 24 to a box-S1.85. One of 63 different choices of
Kosher-for-Passover candies and cakes made by Barton's
See Temple Zion's Passover
Table in our 5th Floor China
Dopt., Downtown Miami
Store, beginning April 5.
Arranged by Mrs. Alfred
Waxman and Mrs. Louis
Grossman.
HUGE SPECIAL PURCHASE OF
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. a bread and butter 60c
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square salad 85c
C| 4-pc. place setting JJ"
*| Reg. 2.50 oa,meal 70c
B saucer 30c
It's hard to believe the low, low price of ,ea CUP 65c
this lustrous pure white English dinner- sugar 3.00
ware so amazingly inexpensive you creamer 2.00
can afford it for everyday use, yet at a|so many other accessory pieces!
home in elegant traditional or contemp-
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Friday. March 29. 1%3
I JWY Post Will Zommissiwi Chairman to Talk t
Install Officers
Democratic Club of Miami 3eac,
..ul meet on Wednesday ^ening
. a1 the Sea Isle to hear an at
* u- J* by Joseph A. Boyd. Jr
- J ^n^Sect ATt
* Apr ernment -
_____________
gitWO
.: be held at Dade
- Monday. Apr 22. 9
and the fir* Mooda] of
Beth Am Has
Late Fnda;. n ;ce=
D*6> Jewish Congrega-
- -.-..- avail ml include guesl
Daniel Heller, national
ge advocate JWV.
A: C?T e Screen Mar* _.-. tie Herder Pirz-e F.er_-.e:h C-:e Mrs Harry Ecsenb 1-rr: ree:rr.
Garoens iofi week e er to right Mrs. Is- pres-.aent: Mrs. Esteiie Tischier end Mrs. Wal
iore 5e~j=:: treasurer Mrs Harold Sthne:- lierr. Kaufman. Mrs. Samuel T. Scpac was
Ah MMCu*-ve t-.-.-.:-ee cha.r-r.an- Vjtz Jack crcw-nec CRT Queen. Proceeds ;: :-e r_r.r .;-
Sizzzi : e ; s r. v.ce nres.den: Mrs. Florence at :c Oroar_zc*icr. :or Rehan.2;:anon Fnrough
Kupc-e.r- Mai ckataccr. Mrs 3err.ar:: He:- freir..nc.
ianbarc coord-rate: M;o.. 5-eocr Mevor
Freedom Festival fin-dWiibi Project
Slated Apr. 8
Phil Sen!. BHUttOJM oi \-.~
President Madinon Hotel pre-
sents SIX chec> to M-s."Le-
nore Gautsnfield president
of Miami Beach r.e: 5 ri'.r.
.en's Chapter, for the
Freedom Festival on Apr. 6.
Proceeds go to Leo M. Levi
Arthritis Hospital, a B'nci
B rifh philanthropy. Mrs.
Simon Wilder is chairman ci
the event.
Alumnae Party Sunday
Freedom
-
-
L
r- h
-
Jack August. Margaret -
-,'.omw.. Rose Wbeye. Abe
Kitty, Sara Burkin. Ann Marks.
Dave Alper. Ben Reimer. Ha-ry
Kaufman. Evelyn Isaac. Esther
Ueberall. Ro^e K .e Tuun.
Helen Berry. Tanya Wnlllwi, Ann
Sampson aad Joe Bloch. .
Mr- Lenore GerstenfieU is
president of the group.
Rummage Sale
Twaday through Friday, t; Si*
terbood of Temple Beth An will
. hold a rummage sale m South Mi-
ami.
Chairman is Mrs. Sidney
Mrs. Byron Cherka-
terhood president.
Winners of the Sisterhoor cos-
tume contest at the Purim carni-
val were Les Share. Gary Paeo-
witz. Linda Falk. Barbara Harris
and Debbie Levmyjr..
The Temple's Senior Friend-hip
well-known author League will meet in the adult edu-
-. twaaBy answer question- cation room on Tuesday ev -..-.
ok. "Triompi following for games of chess, mah J
I :. Ufred Boas or. scrabble and checkers.
iar Newly formed young married
ip :- scheduled to meet
,i t.v..,.- ne-day evening in the new
:on of oi:
- tor programs will be
according to M
::n
-
Author Wylie
To be Present
.
s
: r
Retards -
i

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INNER PROTECTIVE
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Women's League
Honors Secunda
By Special Report
Lanet Girls do bj new YORK A citation, non-
he oring him for
in alumnae party S
field of Jewish musk
t. aw. President i to > -
el
____________________ eandaetar, by tht Si
______^^_^____^_^___^_ \jt ; I a
gogue of
ce cf Jewish 11
h
Pn
ident and program of

meeting of hi rational board at
the cal Seminary
neriea on Wednesday.
Secunda s work encompasses
c for -ne synagogue, chamber
manic, symphonic v,ork- and
opera, music for the theatre, and
popular Mags, the moat notable
reir.2 -Bc-i Mir Bi- tu Shem." In
the field of synagogue mu.-ic. he
has served as conductor for all of'
the liturgic albums of Ucmvd
Tucker. Metropolitan Opera tenor.
The albums consist of music com-
posed by Secunda.
la Graff Your
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Temple Social Hall.
Mrs. Max Greenberg and Co
Chairman Mrs Oscar Smokier ar.
r.ounce that plans are being com-
pleted for the annual donor lu-
eon to be held at the Seville Hotel
on Apr 21
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> jV* i\t fhrHi^r
Friday. March 23, 195* m
J
Passover Theme at Hadassah Meet
At Terr.r'.e Ner Tamid's fifth anniverscry ben-
r.e: hcr.rring past and present presidents ol
BM Terrp.e trte-dec ry mom 4O0 persons at
the DeatrvfljO Hotel are seconding '.e:t lo right
Mta Murrey A. Shaw rres.dent of Sisterhood-
Adorph Greer.rr.rr. past president of Men's
Chib: Dr. Bee L Fabric, past president, concre-
jatkin; Co.. William J. Hcrris past president,
crncreccticr. Rabbi Eugene Labovitr spirit-
ua'. leader Murray A. Shaw president con-
gregation: Mrs. Fcnnie Skier, past president,
mood: D. Dale Regent, president. Men's
Ciub: Mrs. Louis J. Gold, past president. Sister-
hood nr.d Mrs. Louis Cohen, past president.
Sisterhood. Seated are Mrs. Jean Damon
Szagiione. recipient oi the Ner Tamid "Hu-
manitarian Award.'' Mrs. Irvine C. Spear. Ir-
vine C. Spear, chairman of the banquet, Mrs.
Eucer.e Labovitz, end Walter Sklar.
Council Division Programs Will Give
Service Volunteers Emphasis Wednesday
. Greatei
I
. -
[set ..- -
he meetm?-. scbe
I
will
mblem on each
r who ha- 3UTS
of n .ce to the com-
ity
Mrs Raj nd R. Rubin. >
sa. i -. m will be
and meaningful
met :>n of all di-
\.-. d and section officers schedul-
n to report; from the
:.nn."

Bay Division, Mr; E~3r.uel
I for
p.m.. at
1131 Mar-
ts Brama Rowe.
for'the blind at B:scayne
School, will
-k on "What Council W:
1
Corl Division. llTS
Yea
12:2 p.n for : ': -
Miller Dr C
I

pped
by C
Evening Diction, .'.!--
I : .
coffee and desser. it 8 p.m. at the
- L Fel -
Dr Viee pra
I afl fc|
I
I
Indian Creek Division Mr; Jo;-
K d presi leal have :
fee and Danish at 12.30 p.m. a:
rs Heel. Mr; Robert M
- chairman, ar.d ."
Harriet Xabutovsky. presider.-
Parent Blind, will speak on
- In the VtsBaly-Bandi-
-d. '

Islands Division, Mr; Du Wax
n. _: the home
v 22nd
liami Beach, at l p.m.. for
ssert and coffee Mrs. Karl
r t tiainnan, will pre-
.-.da re
: ndeavors Mrs
Thoi :' the League of
Wot Voters -; k on
Lincoln Division, Mr-
Ratner. I I meet 1
Hota Speakei
Bin lei
:
Shores Division, Ifrs. Burton
Goldberg | res ill neeel
ID a: Wesl
- : V\v USJtJi
. Shadows of
silhouette
wrvke

South Dade Division, Mr-
preskk
at fl at Holtdaj Ini
Dixie Hwy. Luncheon al 12
is optional
dons required^
:f Dache"
Spam :s represented by \-.: = rrcur cf cdels here ::: the
Fiesta '.-i^z.z ~: tb Doral Beach Hotel .:.- ;:;;;r; 99m to
see their cci*ntrymen Lcs miutiit, recent.y appearing in
mi Bead
HAPPY AND SWEET PASSOVER
1 r / r- -; c
SUNSHINE SWEETS
SUGAR
AVAILABLE IN ALL MARKETS
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER AND ALL YEAR
Endorsed By Rabbi Tiber H. Stern
I
the lasl
rrenl aronpi of.
Uiai chapter of Hadaasali
planning Passover prograi
I, addition, plans will be made at
the noon luncheons on Monday for
chapter donors and installation of
officers scheduled for May.

Bay Harbor Group Meeting at
the Singapre Hotel.

Herzl GroupAn Eye Bank par
tv will follow the luncheon meet-
ing at the Eden Roc Hotel.
* a
Israeli Group Busanesi meeting
at the Algiers Hotel, followed by
a Passover program and a card
party.
Morton Towers GroupA rcsu
lar business meetting in the Mor-'
ton Towers Card Room. plu> a
Passover program and prepara-
for the Oneg Shabbat on
Apr
I Psychologist on Television
S
Hanna Senesch GrouoAt |h
Eden Roc Hotel, an eye hark <
JNF Blue Box party ,, fc,1|o,v
luncheon.
Shaloma GroupA r-_ a meet_
ing at the Hibiscus Masonic Tem-
ple, 10th and Alton Rd wig, Dr
Hyman Rosenkrantz. guest -peak
er.

Henrietta Szold Group_At the
Algiers Hotel for a regular busi-
ness meeting and Pasaoi er pro-
r/ram.
> *
Stephen S. Wise Gro^oMen.
ir.g at the Barcelona Hotel Fol-
lowing the election officers, a can!
party will be held.
t
Other groups will hole meetlin
h.< follow 1: Brandeis. Apr ij; De-
borah. Apr. 22: Esther Group...
Apr. 15: I. R. Goodman Apr. 17^1
Emma Lazarus. Apr. :;. South-
gate, Apr. 11.
Rabbi Narot
In Final Review
N'ar
As 1 Driven Leal 1 1
A4 I.;. Mil
I, for
.. -" :--?: r-..
at Tempie I?:
bring
.....
Spans Temple S
-
" boil
is Sei Mrs less
. j
publicity; and M Rabin.
Wilno Products
Kosher L'Pesach
By Special Report
- ;
of the
: 100 per-
t>ee! task -t-r. pro-
rariet) of
er porducu ... be available
Pass
- Wilno
kosher products will be available
Passover tables in homes from
Kosher products are
producer! 111 ler I :i of
; ninent Orthodox spiritual
leaders. Rafchi Boruch Rabinowiti
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
as two steady Mashgichim
'guardians 1. to assure that even
thiru :- Kosher L'Pesach in ac-
cordance with ritualistic tradition,
The Marriage Counselor Looks
t Life is the subject of a tele-
vision panel discussion on WLBW.
ch. 10. Sunday at 2 p.m featur
ing Dr. Seymour M Blumenthal,
consulting psychologist.
the Great Ide-s lecture held art Temple
Me nor ah recently are left to right Mrs. Bill
district chairman cf adult Jewish education; Jui-c- Mil-
ton Friedman and R::h::: Stanley Rabinowte. Not ;
: Abran oi Tempi'
orah.
and enjoy yourT^assover so much more knowing you
will have carried on the tradition of serving only tno
finest quality, "home-flavor." Kosher-for-Passover focos
at your seder table ... as so many discriminating Jpw,s
housewives have been doing-since 1870.
"'" V+


Friday. March 29, 1963
*JewistBkridiaun
Page 7-B
until the tops are a medium
brown. Remove the mulfins which j
are in the papers and peel off the'
paper, or loosen the edges of those
baked directly in the tins and \
turn them out. These arc Deal
served hot, are quite good cold.
To sour sweet milk quickly,,
substitute ] tablespoon of white
vinegar for l tablespoon of the
milk. Stir to blend.
effect. Bake about 20 minutes, pan. Cut into 3-inch squares as
longer, until the surface is brown a desert to serve with whipped
and a cake tester inserted in the cream or ice cream, or into bars
center comes out dry. Cool in the to serve as cookies.
In the field of nutrition, value
frequently bears little relation to I
cost. Some of the most nutritious.
foods are the least expensive. Oat-
meal, tor example, costs only one |
or to cents a portion, yet it has'
more protein than any other cer ;
eal, and contains all the ingred-
ient* known to be required by the
human body except Vitamins A,
i ;ind D. For a well-balanced
breakfast we need to add only,
whole milk to which Vitamin D'
has been added ithis supplies not
only that vitamin but A as well)
and a glass of orange juice for the
.Vitamin C.
No matter how good any food
u, we tire of it when we have it
too often, and if we always served'
oatmeal in the same way, as a
breakfast cereal, it would quickly
lose its appeal. Fortunately oat-
meal can add all its nutrients to
many other dishes. In several of
these, such as meat loaf or meat
balls, its presence isn't even notic-
ed But in a meat loaf its use re-
Milts in easily cut, smooth, firm
yet delicate slices. The meat balls
which contain oatmeal are tender
and light. Cookies of oatmeal are
favorites with children who may
not like it as a porridge. In ad-
dition, muffins, or desserts which
contain this valuable food have a
nut-like texture which makes them
\lra good.
Our first recipe today is for a
very light, fine muffin. Notice
thai the directions say to add the
liquid all at once and stir it into
the dry ingredients only enough;
in moisten them. The batter:
should be a bit lumpy. Too much
beating will result in knobs and |
peaks on the top and long holes
inside the muffin.
The second recipe is for a rich-
tasting dessert square which can
do double duty as a cookie. For
dessert, cut as much as needed
into 3-inch squares ar.d top them
w.t'i ice cream or whipped cream.
Cut the remainder into bars of
any desired size to serve as cook-
ies. If they are not to be eaten
within 24 hours, it is a good idea
to freeze them, as they are -not
good "keepers."
Oatmeal-Raisin Muffins
1 cup sifted all-purpose flour
1' 2 teaspoons double-acting
baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup quick cooking raw
oatmeal
1 egg
1-3 cup vegetable oil
1-3 cup firmly packed light
brown sugar
1 cup sour milk
1-2 cup seedless raisins
Preheat the ove nto 400 degs. F.
Put paper cups into 12 large muffin
tins, or grease the bottoms of the
tins. Sift the Hour, baking pow-
der, baking soda, and salt into a
bowl. Blend in the oatmeal. In
a separate bowl beat the egg, oil,
sugar, and milk until well blend-
ed. Add the raisins. Pour this
mixture into the dry ingredients
and stir quickly with a fork until
just moistened. Do not beat.
The batter should be thin and a
little lumpy. Pour into the muf-
fin tins, which should be about
23 filled. Bake 20 to 25 minutes.
Oatmeal Dessert Squares
2 tablespoons soft butter or
magarine
1 cup firmly packed dark brown
sugar
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1-3 cup dairy sour cream
1 cup quick cooking raw oatmeal
1 cup sifted all-purpose flour
1-2 teaspoon baking powder
1-2 teaspoon baking soda
1-4 teaspoon salt
1-2 cup seedless raisins
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate bits
Cream the shortening and the
sugar. Add the eggs and beat
until light. Stir in the vanilla,
sour cream and oatmeal. Sjft to-
gether the flour, baking powder,
baking soda, and salt, and add.
Stir in the raisins. Spread the
batter in a greased 9x9x2 inch pan.
and sprinkle the chocolate bits
evenly over the surface. Bake at
350 degs. F. for 5 minutes, then
with a knife stir the melted choc-
olate into the batter for a marbled
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Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, president of
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season's final fund-raising affair
on Thursday, Apr. 4.
Annual donor luncheon at the
Deauville Hotel w ill highlight en-
tertainment by Gracie Barrie and
Micky Gentile.
Reservations chairman is Mrs.
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Friday. March 29. 1%3
Morton Towers residents meet at the apartment of Morris
Mir.ov ^second from left to discuss their participation in the
963 Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to right are Abe Solosko.
'!:r.ov. JoseDh Kahr.. M. Gimelsteii., and Sam Coher..
Mrs. Simonhoff Again to be President
Of Hebrew University Women's Division
At a n the home of Mrs.
r, Greater Miami
\ e r 1 c a n
.-r-ity.
icers for the coming
:: :'.r-t
d or-
-dent
rear Mrs Jei
e presJ
ts will e Mrs. Rb
H met
Mrs a-
- .i-'1 Mrs Ja<. pick.
: have
Irs
-? rt the new He b re v. Urn-
> -elected .
: lans to leave
ha ; b and in late April to
'he People Speak
"Can Mercy Death. Euthanasia.
~_\er be Justified""" is the next
abject for discussion of the Peo-
le speak. Miami Beach Town Hall
-'orurn. on Friday evening Panel
ill feature Dr. Harry E. Wolk
nc Dr. Edward J. Lauth. with
m Rose, moderator. Question
nd answer period will follow the
al at the Washington Federal
Saving* and Loan Assn.. 1234
. -i-rinetor. Ave.
Iff you like
Protestant Study
Will be Viewed
Col. Nathan B. Rood, chairman
of the Interreligious Affairs Com-
mittee of the Greater Miami
Chapter. American Jewish Com-
mittee, announced this week that
on Sunday. 10 a.m.. over WTVJ.
Ch. 4. a special program on
Faith and Prejudice.'" the Yale
Divinity School religious textbook
study, will be given during the
Lamp Unto My Feet"" series.
Participating in the discussion
will be Rabbi Marc H Tanen-
baum. director of Interreligious
Affairs lor AJC; Dr Bernhard Ol-
son, author of "Faith and Prt
dice." Philip Scharper. editor.
Sheet) and Ward Publishers, and
piesident. Religious Education
Assn.; and Paul Vieth. of Yale
University Divinitj School
The Yale project is one of three
independent self-Studies of reli-
gious educational materials stimu-
li by the American Jewish
Committee, pioneer human rela-
- i part of its
;-. to furthc
am*
Pesach Holiday Symposium
Sisterhood of Tempie Set Tamid
held its regular monthly meeting
on Wednesday evening in Sklar
-Auditorium of the Temple. Fol
lowing the business agenda, a
Pesach Holiday Symposium" til
conducted by Mrs. Eugene Labo
vitz ___________
Menorah Group
Endinq Season
La>t regular meeting of the sea
son for Menorah Group ot Hadasa
ah will be held at Hillel House on
Monday at 12:30 p.m.
Following election of new offic-
ers. Mrs Marjorie Pena. of Rich
ard Piummers, interior decorators.
will present a program on ,,Sprii -
s into the Home."'
Mr- Harold Abbot: will be host
ess for the afternoon in honor of
her Mth wedding annivexsan
KREPLACH
You'll love
mas. S4MUU SIMONHOFF
leam of the newest developments
..: the Jerusalem campus since
her last '
Other members of the exeeunve
board incbade Mrs. Charles Char-
COWSfc]. financial secretary; Mrs
Gerald Schwartz, recording secre-
tary: Mrs. Irving E. Miller, cor-
responding secretary: Mrs. Philip
F. Thau, parliamentarian: Mrs.
Emil Friedlander. program chair-
man: Mrs. Max Weitz. custodian;
Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, gifts chair-
man: Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet.
nominations: Mrs Edward J. Mel-
niker. liaison; Mrs Harry Platoff.
membership: Mrs Louis Glasser.
State Chairman: and Mrs. Samuel
T. Sapiro.
Members of the board of direc-
tors are Mesdames Mayer Abram-
owitz. Esther Cohen. David Druck-
er. Joseph Duntov. Myrtle Epstein.
Sigmund Fogier. Abram Fox. Fan-
ny Goldberg. Lillian Goodman.
Myer Harr.- Ka:e Meidenberg.
Kenneth Oka. Joseph Rambam.
tilda Rstrer. Maurice Revitz.
Abe Rubin. Leonard Rosen. Har-
old Shapiro. Herbert S Shapiro.
N. Spiegelman. Nathan- Vlock.
Lydia Weir.baum. and Maurice
Zimmerman.
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Zukernick Again
On Bar Board
Ha. M ""
,Ir .
re recent

la Bar ir.
They tril]
on the P.
z I
the Miami Beach Bar \- and
a : Brookl;
School.
two-\ear term
lfehrtens, a graduate of th
rersily of Florida. will begin h.s
fifth two-year term. and. Simmons,
a past president of the Dade Coun-
t> Bar Assn.. begins his second
term on the board
President-elect of the Florida
Bar is Chesterfield H. Smith. Bar-
tow, who will succeed to the pres
idency in 1964.
New officers and board mem-
bers will take office at the forth
coming convention of the Florida
Bar in Miami Beach on Ma> 1
to 5.
Flagler Students
To be Honored
Rabbi David Rosenfeld will hon
or the 24 stuffents who participat-
ed in the adult elementary and
conversational Hebrew and Bible
classes at Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center during services this Frida>
evening.
To be honored are Berry Clein.
Nathan Eidelman. Mrs. Abnei
Esterman. Mrs. Esther Fl<
Mrs. Isidore Feir. Jacob Pishbein,
Milton Hart. Mr. ard Mrs. William
Haskell, Mrs. David Hertz. Sol |-
stnberg. Mr and Mrs. Ben Jonas.
Hyman Malakoff. Joseph Newman.
Mr ;mrl Mrs. Morris perles Mrs
David Ro-enfeld. Eze Ruben-'
Samuel Segal, Mrs. Pauline H _
ner, Mrs. Maxine Weinstein.
ard Waronker and Canto:
Lrlich.
Cantor Marbiny
Due at Marseilles
Cantor Maichbein-Marbmy. lyric
tenor, will conduct i
Sedorim at the Mar-
during the Passover be-
A| r and 17
when he is engaged
and performing. Cantor Marbiny
previously held positions in
north, and has appeared in eon-
cert* in Pans, at La Salle Gaveau.
Milan Italy's La Scala. and Car-
negie Hall ir. New York CitJ
During the Passover h Ida] I al
the Marseilles Hotel, the Cantor
will be joined by his wife. Stella,
a soprano who ha- sung leading
roles in operas in France and
Italy. The artists will present pro-
grams of arias, duets, ballads
folk songs in Italian. French. Ger-
man. Hebrew. Yiddish. Spanish,
and English
Sunshine Sweets
Names Supervisor
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead
er of Beth Jacob Congregation, has
accepted the year-round supervis-
ion ot Sunshine Sweets Sugar.
Rabbi Stt-rr's endorsement will
with a letter K. placed into a
circle
"It is very gratifying to know
that more and more food com-
panies are preparing their pro-
ducts in accordance w ith Dietary
Laws in order that the Jewish con-
sumer may have the opportunity
ot purchasing kosher products lo-
cally." Rabbi Stern declared.
The Beth Jacob spiritual leader
added that "Sunshine Sweets
Sugar is made of the finest and
purest cane, prepared and pack-
aged by the most modern methods
and at the highest standards of
purity."
\>~
Jordan Davidson presents a citation to Dr. Jacob List at a
recent luncheon of the Miami Beach School tor Retarded
Children at the Algiers Hotel. Di. List was honored by the
group for his work with mentally retarded children, and will
serve in an advisory capacity at the school. He i* The author
of "Education for Living" and "Living One Day at a Tune."
Looking on is Ella Wallman. founder and honorary president
of the school.
Appe-teasing
KMift
ftr Pattortr
Watch your appetite! Here comes Vita Herring, marinated
to tease, tempt, beguile. Start your next "meal with a her-
niuj appetizer; or make it the main course for a meatless
meal that is deliriously different. Its ready to serve right
from the jar; featured in food store refrigerated cabinets.
VITA HERRING,
i


Friday, March 29, 1963
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?Jewisfncr/diaiin
Friday. March 29, 1963
7'
ranees
Xd
man
We
th
e
Women
Jerome Weinkles Announce Betrothal
Of Carolyn to Merrill Lamb
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome We.nkle. Lamb, son of Mr and Mrs. llar-
55 Pinta Rd.. Bay Heights, an- old Lamb.. Jto York at a coik
nounced .he engagement of their tall _. b&et dinner partyJWJd-
daughter. Carolyn, to Merrill nesday night for over 200 guests.
----------------------------------- I A giant
Rates Unite
Gould, Friedman
A giant tent was constructed
o\er the Weinkle's large lawn.
and the interior decorated with
pink and white hearts and CUpids.
The future bride wore a floor-
length uown of white eyelet and
organdy over pink silk organza.
Her mother was gowned In a pink
plissante sheath with chantilly
lace bodice.
Mis> Weinkle and her fianee are
both students at Syracu>c Univer-
sity. Following their graduation
An early evening oeremonj on
. Saturday, Mar. 2?>. united Carole
Friedman and Donald Barry Gould
at the Algiers Hotel, where a re
V.OMAN OF THE WEEK ; d di followed. 1).
Suk> Nelson urew up as the only Jew.sh girl in the tiny town el P officiated at the nop-
] lmetto. Fla. Her father and mother had emigrated to Cuba, but *
me to the United States when she was three years old. Her mother.
nging Russian lullabies to her as she rocked her cradle, instilled in Attended by Miss Melva LeiD- jn jum.. he will attend law school.
i a feeling tor music. Sarah, or Suki as she was ncknamed. learned man, the bride wore a ballerina- Thl. col,p|e pian to be married
out musk by singing in church choirs. Encouraged by her teacher
and the local minister who believed in her fine voice, she decided to
1 rthcr her music education.
She spent the summer before she graduated from Florida State
1 niversity as a scholarship student at the Brandeis Music Camp in
California. That was just after the State of
Israel had come into being. It was at this
time that Suki first developed her knowledge
of Jewish and Hebrew music, foi; which she
has such tremendous feeling. On coming to
Miami she joined the Beth David choir. Theo-
dore R. Nelson sang in it. too. Music, hearts,
and flowers go together; so Suki and Ted got
married
Suki taught music education in the public
school sytem until her first baby. Jonathan,
arrived. Three years later, came Rachelle.
She keeps up her musical career by teaching
youngsters. It is a thrill for her to get them
started. Besides, as she puts it very neatly,
it's much more exciting than housework. She
contributes her musical talent to any organi
zat:on that asks for it especially Sisterhoods
and Hadassah. Temple Menorah has also come
in for its fair share in skits.
The four Nelsons are a closely knit family
. oup. They find pleasure and fun in gathering around the piano and
letting loose." During the summer, they travel up and down the
J.orida coasts, hunting cut all of the natural spots. They no doubt
ve the largest collection of shells in Miami, but also it is the most
^organized. All four are waiting until they get old to put it in order.
Ted is Town Judge of Bay Harbor Islands, and he is also a very
l jod judge of his wife's cooking. Of course, he never knows if he is
ming home to a French, Jewish or Spanish meal: Suki is a great
e tor trying new dishes. But he is always more than satisfied
- ix'cially if it is accompanied by a song.
* *
HEY MOVED
SUKI
Dec. 1.
Honored guests at the affair
were the prospective bridegroom's
parents.
:BIRTHDAZE:
First child, a son, born to Bet-
ty Jean and Louis Goldie. Mar. 20.
in Los Angeles. Calif. Maternal
grandparents are Beatrice and
Irving Simons. Great-grandpar-
ents for the first time are Rabbi
and Mrs. Abraham Schwartz, of
Miami Beach, who have 10 grand-
children.
""'
MISS CAROLYN WflNKtf
Behmoiras, Silber
In New Orleans
Following a honeymoon in New
Orleans. Mr. arfd Mrs. Jaime Beh-
moiras will live in Miami Beach.
Ceremony uniting the couple
was performed by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz on Saturday evening.
Mar. 23, at the Barcelona Hotel,
where a reception was hell.
The former Fanny Silber is the
daughter of Mr. ai.d Mrs. Abra
ham Silber. 1440 16th S'. Bridal
attendants were Ruth Silber and
Esther Behmoiras.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Behmoiras.
2200 Bay Rd. Serving him as best
man was Moises Behmoiras with
t'
\v rr.' r-Kahn
MRS. DONALD GOULD
length peau de soie frock with
Rosateen Jcccbs
Becomes Cride of
Christopher tforn
Mr. ana .-. rJbtn Jacobs,
ol Miami Beach, and Pike. N.
H.. announce the marriage of
their daughter. Rosaleen Janice, Sau, Siineri usher,
to Christopher Horn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Axel Horn, ot South
Salem. N.Y.
Dr. Eugene Borowitz. professor
of education at Hebrew Union Col-
lege, officiated at the ceremony
held in the Jewish Community
Center Chapel. White Plains, N.Y.
The former Miss Jacobs is a
mandarin collar and long sleeves, graduate of Miami Beach High and
Svlvia and Philip Friedman are now settled in their new home in Seed pearls encrusted the collar w.ll receive her degree in .run.
, Miami Beach Thev showed off their new house and Sylvia's and cuffs, and the bridal bouqiut from Syracuse Imveisity. She Is
other Mrs. Dora Ackerman, who is now eighty years young, by hav- was of white roses. a member of I lu Sigma Sigma,
a a sirnrise binhdav dinner for the close friends and relatives. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar chairman of Footprints, and re-
- none cueM- were Frieda and Murrav Friedman and Gert and Jerome thur Friedman, 1530 Cleveland 'ently conducted tnree sympos-
- ibit Mrs \ckerman\ so:, from California couldn't get here: as a R_., the new Mrs. Gould is a grad > HendriClU chapel t .ere
-ult. A.T.&T. stock went up alter his phone call.
* *
uate of Whitefield Private School ||r norn graduated from the
and attended theatrical school in pieldston School, and received his
"EEN TALK New York City. BA degree trom Syracuse I 'river-
Barbara arrived at the delightful age of thirteen. Her parents. ,-j^ bridegroom is the son of sit) He is mnvnth a candidate
/ lorence and lz/.y Hecht. had Idly teen-agers over for a birthday party M_ _B ound the pool. The phonograph blasted like mad: everyone ate like new|etti L.I., where he graduated University. He will do research
. ad. All in ail. it was a mad. mad whirl. There was a huge birthday fn)|n hiR|1 sl,i10Oi |ic attended at Harvard. Cambridge. Mass..
*.ke for Barbara and a special little one for Joan, daughter of Janet
id Jack Raush. whose birthday was the same day. Among teen-agers
ere Harvey, son of Helen and Danny Sepler: Roger, son of Mrs.
\rlle Epstein; Honey, daughter of Sylvia and Burton F.ngel: and
' orma. daughter of Ruth and Robbie Robinson. Oh dear, they do
. ow up.
HAIL AND FAREWELL
Hello to F.dna (Mrs. Jamcsi Chapman and Mrs. Selma Fried who
-t returned from Puerto Rico. Hello to Inez Krensky. who just re-
med from the same place. Good-bye to Ruth (Mrs. Max) Orovitr, the
I an Raskins and Sally (Mrs. Chester) Krone who left to join their
iends and relatives for the opening of the Dan Carmel Hotel in
aifa. Goodbye to Del (Mrs. Raymond) Rubin, who will stop off on
r way home from the National Council of Jewish Women's conven-
- on in Ann Arbor to take a peek at her son's new bachelor apartment
d his fine collections of etchings.
* *
ANOTHER DAY ANOTHER LUNCHEON
The shamrocks made a green splash in the pink flowers at Alyce m Israci
Irs. Leon) Ell's luncheon in the Rubaiyat Room of the Algiers Hotel. HeW at WaWman.s Hotl,, thl.
'.hatting at the cocktail table were Ethel (Mrs. Ralph. Spera .Mrs. ev featured entertainment bv
Lilian Pass. Selma (Mrs. Sam) Oritt and Miriam (Mrs Ben),Sa^'nr the Ink Spots ad a Spanish (lane-
Congratulating Irma (Mrs. Saul) Herman on her first day out after (r
l irgery were Dorothv (Mrs. Irving) Rothman. Selma (Mrs. Seymour)
eiss and Molly (Mrs. Maurice) Shein. Among other guests were Coordinator of the affa.r was
.rs Ruth Rothman. Eve (Mrs. Harn) Lack, Mildred (Mrs. Joe' Ark.n. Mrs. Alvin Leverson, ways and
Bo excited about her son Sandy, who is now a member of the firm. Mrs. I
reda Markowitz, and Sybil (Mrs. Max) Weitz.
New York University and the Cm- where the couple will make their
versify ol Miami, and his major home this summer.
is industrial engineering. ----------------------
Mike Levy, his brother, served $tOnC SdIPQ
as best man, and Gary Friedman r
and Tyronne Heller were grooms Mr. and Mrs. Louis Store. 1868
men. SW Kith St.. announce the engage-
Following a honeymoon in Nas nient of their daughter. Alice liar
sau, the newlyweds will live in rjet. to Albert Spira. son ot Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Spira. Fairlawn.
N.J.
Forest Hills, N.Y.
Funds to Aid
Youth Aliyah
All funds realized at the even-!
ing sponsored by Kinneret Chap
ter. Mizrachi Women, last Satur-
day are marked for Youth Aliyah
* 1 -v ' w
MRS. \i amri -Kahn 1AIMI BfHMOIBAS
Mrs. Solo-
mon Sohifl and Miss Annette Lev-
itt are Dime Bank chairmen.
*. NEW BABY IN COCONUT GROVE
Wednesday was'a big day out at Natalie and Melvyn Frumkes"
use. Sherri stayed out ot school so that she could help bring the
w baby home. She carried him in her arms in the car. His name
. Steven' Scott. Mark was so excited, he said "I want to kiss my new
aby brother." Col. and Mrs Nathan Rood are the godparents of the
rumkes' new two month-old. ____________________________________
Elks Elect Judge Feller
Miami Beach Judge Milton Fell 'Judge Feller are Vincent Toscano,
, is the newly-elected exalted! lading knight: Jay Dermer. loy-
ler of Miami Beach Lodge of al k"'h; E"^ne lector-
EUfc, and will serve from Apr. 1' *.. Aaron Bookspan, sec
Mar n iofi_ retary; Irving Weinstem, treasur-
er. _i, inw. i Sau, Nash fjve.vear trustee:
Officers who will serve with and Lee Godis, tiler.
BYERS PRIVATE SCHOOL
Approved Licensed
Announces the Opening of a
Music Department under the
direction of GAYLt MILLtR
Classes of Pre-School Age Children.
Complete Courses in Piano,
Rhythm Band, Mus-cal Games and
Drills, Artcraft.
Established 1950 (Open Year Round,
2838 Oak Ave. Coconut Grove
HI 3-0166 HI 4-6549
YOU CAN
LEARN
INTERIOR DECORATING
for PROFIT or PLEASURE!
ENROLL NOW!
Classes Begin April 10
Daytime & Evening Sessions
The School for Interior Decoration and Design
PL 8-3883
50 N.E. 40th St., Miami
Anita Priest Qulko, NSID, Dir.
"An Institution Devoted Exclusively fo Practical Instruction for
the Decorotinq and D-siqn Fields
Also Available Complete Coarse in FURNITURE SKETCH-
ING and ROOM RENDERING. Starts April 13.
Attend OPEN HOUSE at the School March 31 to April 6
J
SKY LAKE CAMPS nEe w* *"*__!
Complete camp activities, small groups, 1000 acres of hHy equippejj
facilities ... two 40 acre lakes, featuring water skiing and horseback
riding, and including music, drama, nature study, arts and crafts, boo'-
"9. trips, and special Teen Age Camps. Limited Enrollment. Tutoring
available. Skilled and experienced camp directors and counselors. )>'
further information call:
Donna Steinmet, Don Lichtonstein, Ph. 6244)692
Bernice and Jack Altman, Ph. 661-0534
P.O. Box 159, Miami 45. Fla.


Friday, March 29. 1963
ft knist ftnrirffcun
Pace 11-B
GREATER MUmi Hebrew Krce
Loan Association hold its an-
nual installation banquet Sunday
nlgM at the Lombardy Hotel.
Mrs. Max Rappaport chose a
black smocked chiftcn sheath
with a floral motif. Her square
neckline was piped in black silw,
;md her sleeves were short. Mrs
Gertrude Indgin wore a floral
print in say shades of blues and
greens. Her unusual neckline
was cut mi a "dragon's teeth"
pattern, and her skirt was gor-
e.i. Honey brown and charcoal
were tlic colors in the silk print
< rn by Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz,
II.t sheath dress was topped with
.1 matching full-length coat. A
gold brocade theatre rail was the
choice of Mrs. L. Garison. The
chanel style jacket was hip-
length, ard she carried a match-
landtag
^*CLD lame was the fabric sc-
" lecled by Mrs Lily an Brot-
nutn. Her striking long-sleeved
sheath featured a deeply cowled
ne kline. Mrs. Joseph Schneid-
er's theatre suit was in an emer-
ald green silk brocade. The tit-
ted waist-length jacket had a deep
shawl collar with the tailored
notched peeks, an! bracelet
length sleeves. A winter visitor
from Chicago, Mrs. Bertha Mar-
shak chose a black cyelette
sheath with a block satin sash,
trimmed with a flat bow at the
center of the waist.
Mrs. Max Kunst chose B -ilk
sheath of ombre shades
from 10881 t" honey. Her btous-
dice had a bateau neckline
i ->lk crepe was worn by
Joseph N< el The bodice
ol her sheath featured two wide
els over the -boulders, which
were softly draped, and gave iru
bodice an almost surplice effect.
The sheer black wool sheath
which Mrs. Fred Mamsct design-
ed ard made leatured a jaoo.
type of insert on the bodice ol
black peau de soic. Miniature jet
buttons and bracelet-length
sleeves completed the fashion de-
tailing.
An eggshell-colored clooncy
lace sheath was the selection of
Mrs. Sam Schatzman for the ban-
quet. Illusion was used from
the neckline to the lace cuff of
the full-length sleeve, creating a
provocative effect. Her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Arthur Rosean, wore
black silk alpaca with the skin-
colored illusion at the neckline.
Mrs. Leonard Schwartz chose a
dusty pink linen sheath with an
open-latticed neckline. The lat-
tice was sprinkled with rhine-
stones A black and white silk
print sheath was worn by Mrs.
Benjamin Goldhagen.
:
luiRS. Julius Leaser's white
" pique was printed with over-
size coin dots of aqua, blue, and
green. Her fitted bodice had a
scooped neckline and her skirt
was full. A silk brocade sheath
In a champagne color was the
choice of Miss Sherry Miller. A
self-fabric wide cummerbund en-
circled the waist, and her neck-
line was the slashed bateau.
Mrs. Samuel Salant chose a two-
piece cotton. Her fitted bodice
was in black, and the lull skirt
ard matching jacket were in a
black and white checked ging-
ham. An iced blue silk shan-
tung sheath was worn by Mrs
Anna Block. Her bodice was Ol
appliqued lace, with a scoope i
neckline and fhort sleeves.
steins Reveal
Bryna's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stein, of
Vt'hoguc. N.V.. announce the en-
Bgement of their daughter. Brj
a. to Bernard L. Harris, son of
Mrs. David Harris. Bay Harbor
Islands, formerly of Detroit, Mich.,
and the late David Harris.
The bride-elect is attending the
University of Miami as a major in
education.
Her fiance is a Graduate of
"'rani-rook School in Detroit, and
attended Duke University, where
he was affiliated- with Zeta Beta
Tau Fraternity.
He received a BA degree from
'he University of Miami, and is
now attending the university's
medical school.
The couple plan to be married
in New York in August.
MISS BftYNA STUN
Feindt, Farkas
Exchange Vows
Mi.-s Sandy Parkas, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Loin- Farkas,
6437 sw nth St.. became the br
ol Air Force Statf Sergeant G
riel Feindt on Saturday <>venii ..
Mar. 23.
Ceremony took place in
Giand Ballroom of WestbrSD
Country Club, and was lollop
by a reception there.
The new Mrs. Feindt it a gr. -
uate of Miami Senior High, a
1 has been a secretary at Jack- I
Memorial Hospital.
The bridegroom, who will
stationed at Loring Air FOr -
' Base, Me., is the son of Mr. a-. I
Mrs. Carman LoBrutto. of La
Park, West Palm Beach.
The newlvwcds will honeymv t
in New England.
Hebrew Academy Chapel i o be Dedicated on Sunday
Dedication Of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Students Chapel is scheduled
for 10:30 a.m.. Sunday, at the
school's site. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
The chapel, endowed by Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Gonshor, has a seat-
ing capacity of ,'!0o persons. Gon-
shor is a founder and member of
the board of directors of the He-
brew Academy since the school
was founded in 1947.
The Ner Tamid ( Eternal
Light) will have a double dedi-
cation ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Goldberg have endowed
the Ner Tamid in memory of
Mr. Goldberg's parents, and Mrs.
'Way to Happiness'
"The Way to riaopiness" was
the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abra-
ham Wolf son. director of the Spi-
noza Outdoor Forum, on Tuesday,
9 a.m., on the 10th St. beach, fol-
lowing exercises of the Blimnastic
Club directed by Lillian Fried
lander.
Rose Lobel has endowed if in
memory of her hjsba.icJ, Solo-
mon.
The late Solomon Lobcl was a
founder of the Academy and a vice
president until his death in 1903.
He was also a founder of Beth
Israel Congregation.
Hebrew Academy Women is
presenting a purple silk, gold-
Eringi d cover for the reader's pul-
pit. The cover, designed by WIZO
in Israel, will be presented in
memory of Itabbi Alexander S
Gross' mother, Hanna. Rabbi
Gross is principal of the school.
He will officiate at Sunday's ded-
ication ceremonies. Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro, president ol Hebrew
Academy Women, will make the
presentation on behalf of her
group.
Also to be dedicated will be
16 frosted windows in the chapel
ard the Adjoining music room,
which was endowed by Mr. and
Mrs. David Karron.
Sandy Nadlcr. grandson of M .
Lobel, will deliver the invocatic .
Louis Mcrwitzcr, president of t
Academy, will bring greetings
the organization.
Canter Rssenstein Set at Lombardy
Julius Rosenstein, of Mi-
I each; has been engaged for
Passover Sedorim at the Lom-
l-ardy Hotel by Sand-Ell Strictly
Kosher Caterers under Rabbinical
ervision.
Roi i nstein will officiate
[he Sedorim. and also conduct
services during the week. Cantor
5ti in has had wide cantor-
ial experience, and'has officiated
casion at Temple Emanu El
lie al-o served as cantor in a
er of large synagogui In
-l\ and was connected with
regation Ohe\ Shalom in nr
lando, Beth Sholom of Miami
Beach and the former Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center.
Special family rates are in ef-
fect for Passover at the Lombardy.
and information can be obtained
b> calling Sol Weiss or Lester
Si al at the hotel's Crystal Room
Ap't, Owners
Gather for CJA
Miami Beach apart ment house
owners have been invited to a
Combined Jewish Appeal meeting
ai Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Assn 1234 Washington
\\e. next Tuesday morning at
h :30 a.m.
The meeting, on behalf of the
1963 CJA, will feature the presefl
tation of "The Long Hard Days."
a film telling the dramatic story
Of the modern day rescue and re-
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Hibiscus Lodge on Miomi Beach made a family affair out of
it when both brothers became donors, and Mrs. Cirlin as-
sisted her husband, Di. Marcus Cirlin, director of Mt. Sinai's
Blood Bank.
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Friday. March 29. 1963 '
Paul Kwitney, Miami Beach attorney and one
of the subscribers to the corporation, presents
the charter of the South Florida Zionist Youth
Commission to Frank Farbenbloom, chairman
of the Commission. Standing ('.eft to right) are
George Stein, Soulhcin Regional executive di-
rector of Young Judaea, Mrs. George Stern,
Mrs. Frank Farbenbloom, Mrs. Ann Millar,
registrar, Isaac Donen, ZOA representative,
Mrs. Elaine Leff, secretary, David Goodwin,
second vice president. Seated (left to right) are
Mrs. Clara Burstein, treasurer, Kwitney, Far-
benbloom, and Josh Rephun, vice chairman.
Wally Gluck (left), newly-installed president of the Demo-
cratic Club of Miami Beach, honors D. Lee Powell, Miami
Beach councilman and former mayor, as "Citizen of the
Year." Gluck presents Powell a plaque "for his distinguished
public service."
Beach Outlaws Swastika Display
Miami Bea Council has
l assed in ordi outlawing the,
tika and the Commun-
ist hammer and sii e symbols from
display on tin B<
The resolution tr iduced at
a Council session by Councilman
D. Lee Powell, former mayor, lasl
Wednesday.
JWV Pec*
Elects Stern
James Stern has been elected
commander of West Miami Post
223, Jewish War Veterans.
An Air Force veteran of World
War II, Stern has been active in
veteran's affairs her* and in At-
lanta for the past 15 years. A
past adjutant of the Department
of Florida. JAW, he and his wife,
the former Trudi Lach, live at
5*20 SW 94th Ave.
Other incoming officers are Dr.
Warren Zundeil. senior vice com-
mander; Bernard Cole, vice com-
mander; Arthur Rosen, junior vice
commander; Irving Kons, adjut
ant; Abraham Isgar. quarterma-
ter; George Hornik, judge advo-
cate; William Jacobs, officer of
the day; Leonard Schwartz, chap-
lain; and George Hornik, Murray
Dronsky and William Avirom,
trustees.
Councilman Melvin Richard
backed cp the ordinance, which
was passed unanimously, by pro-
posing a resolution, also adopt-
ed, "to lend every aid, assistance
and cooperation" to county and
Miami efforts "in the elimina-
tion and ext'tpafion of the odious
and reprehensible practices of
said group or organization."
Howard Dixon. attorney for the
American Civil Liberties Union,
contested the ordinance and urg-
ed passage of another ordinance
aimed at eliminating "discrimina-
tory practices in places of public
accommodation" in Miami Beach.
Council Marcie Liberman mov-
' ed to table Dixon's motion until
i the Council session meeting next
Wednesday.
Demo Club Cites
D. Lee Powell
Democratic Club of Miami
Beach last week honored Miami
Beach Councilman D. Lee Powell
as "Citizen of the Year."
The former Miami Beach mayor
was cited for "his distinguished
public service, civic interest, and
dedicated leadership for the bet-
terment of human relations."
Special guests of honor at the
banquet were Mr. and Mrs. El- I
liot Roosevelt. State Attorney
General Richard Ervin installed
Wally Gluck, president; Henry \
Abrahams, vice president; Sam-
uel Resnick, treasurer; Robert
Sperling, recording secretary;
Dr. Samuel A. Gluck, honorary
life president emeritus; Harry
Levy, executive member; Charles
Herman, corresponding secre-
tary; Rose Brown, financial sec-
retary; and Theodore Truchin,
general counsel.
Trustees include James-Meyer.
Dr. Arthur Nemser and Herman
Solomon. Members on the board
of governors include Levy. Dr.
Gluck. Joseph Elman. Dr. Nemser
and Henry Abrahams.
Installed to the board of direc-
tors were Dr. Gluck. chairman,
and Louis Forman. Rose Green-
berg. Vivian Gluck. Ben Silver.
Leonard Solomon and Pauline
Schycon.
Oratory Finals
Set Tuesday
George Gershwin Knights of
Pythias Lodge 196 will meet on
Tuesday evening at Castle Hall,
19th St. and Alton Rd.
Following the business agenda,
finals of the high school student
oratorical contest sponsored an-
nually by the lodge will be held.
Winner will compete on a national
level.
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Rabbi Stern Will
Lecture Here
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob Congrega-
i tion and author of many volumes
on Jewish law a.nd science, will
lecture on the Great Sabbath.
Saturday. Apr. 6, 4 p.m. His sub-
ject will be "Time and Space."
The lecture will be a resume of
| his recent book, "Emanation of
Light." publish through the cour-
tesy of Jacob C. Cohen.
Rabbi Stern's theory is that "all
' religious laws and philosophical
i doctrines of the Bible are scien-
tifically sound and mathematically
correct. Even Biblical laws of
ethics are based on scientific
rules and findings, and dietary
laws are based on medicinal and
chemical laws.
"At present," Rabbi Stern
said, "our scientists have no
full knowledge of the science
of the Creation. In ancient
times, however, while scientific
'know how' was a theoretical one,
nevertheless the science of the
cosmos and of the atmosphere
and the atom was known to
many scholars."
In his most recent volume. Rab-
bi Stern discusses "ancient scrip-
tures that throw light on mo.lern
physics and mathematical formu-
las that show the great amount of
. knowledge in the possession of an-
1 cient scholars."
The lecture, to be held at Beth
Jacob Congregation. 311 Washing-
ton Ave., is open to the public.
Democrats Make Clean
Sweep in Dade County
m l
The Democratic Party slate
made a clean sweep of Tuesday's
election.
George Hollahan scored 64.511
votes to defeat Charles English,
his Republican opposition, who re-
ceived 33,290 tallies, and will oc-
cupy the new Senate seat recent-
ly given Dade County in the Flor-
ida reapportionment.
In the scramble for 12 new Dade
seats in the House of Representa-
tives, the voting was as follows:
Group 1David Eldredge. Dem-
j ocrat. 50.824; over Jay HcGlOn,
' Republican. 41.816
Group 4Lee Weissenborn. Dem-
ocrat. 56.528; to defeat Elwood
Lippincott. Republican. 37.036.
Group 5Leo Furlong. Demo
crat. 54.438; to best Paul J.
O'Neill, Republican, 37.835.
Group 6 Murray Dubbin. Demo-
crat. 57.901; to win over Muriel C.
McKay. Republican. 35.423.
Group 7Mrs. Mary Ar.r Mac-
Kcnzie. Democrat. 60,188; defeat-
ing William M. Manker. Republi-
can, 33.160.
Group s Richard A. Petl :
Democrat, 58.782, over Phil Cha-
f(tz. Republican. 32.224.
Group 9Eddie Con-.'. [ emo-
crat, 63,744; over Bob Rosasco, Re-
publican, 30,389.
Group 10Jesse. Yarborough,
Democrat. 60.928; to beat Tex Co-
pulas, Republican, 32.466.
Group 11Tom Spencer D( mo-
Frank Hileman, Republican,
230.
Group 12Richard Finche Densg*
ncrat, 56.964; beating Matti a M. '
Slepin. Republican. 36,087
Group 13Louis Wolfsor Dem-
ocrat, 5G.941; besting Roy Mac-
Donald, Republican. 37.76o
Group 14Mrs. Maxir.<: taker,
Democrat. 58.632: over Rid ird B
Berndt, Republican. 34,653
Plans for the traditional SecW sf-rvice and Passover
to be given at 6:30 p.m.. Monday. Apr. 8. at the D
Hotel and Country Club are discussed by Diplomat Pr-r
Irving Cowan (seated) with Rabbi Samuel Mendelov.
and President Douglas C. Kaplan, of Temple Beth S. :
Hollywood. Cantor Ernest Steiner will assist in the se
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vJewisti fh>rHlr*n
Page 13-B
f^ar Richard Kay
K. bard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kay, will observe his Bar
on Saturday morning.
Mar. 30, at Beth David, with Rab-
1 \ nan N. Shapiro officiating
\ enth grade student at Shon-
andoab Junior High, the celebrant
|s interested in music and an ac-
, participant in athletics.
Following Friday evening and
Saturday morning services, Mr.
u id Mrs. Kay will host the Oneg
habbl and Kiddush in their son's
onor On Saturday evening, there
pill a reception at Westbrooke
,'miniry Club.
Am ng out-of-town guests will
Richard's aunt and uncle, Mr.
iid Mrs. Jules Krakower, Hortie
t'iminitz. long time friend of the
ar Mitzvah's mother, all from
atterson, N.J. Also Richard Kay,
le ci t-brant's brother, now at-
ndir, the University in Gaines-
"<. and other relatives from
kcki ille.
:
Cary Berlant
Bar [ittvah of Cary Bruce Ber
be celebrated during ser-
Saturday morning. Mar,
30, conducted by' Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz at Temple Menorah.
Cary is a student of the Tem-
ple's Religious School and attends
North Miami Junior High.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund
Berlant, 2335 Arch Creek Dr., Key-
stone Pt., Cary will be honored at
a buffet luncheon in his home on
Saturday afternoon, and at a party
for his teen-age friends in the
evening.
8 *
Lawrence Salem
Mincha services on Saturday,
Mar. 30, 6 p.m., at Congregation
Beth Jacob will include the Bar
Mitzvah of Lawrence Eli Salem,
with Rabbi Tibor H. Stern officiat-
ing.
The celebrant is the son of Mrs.
Pauline Salem and attends Ida
Fisher Junior High, where he plays
saxophone in the school band.

Eli Cohen
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will offic-1
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Eli
Cohen during services Saturday
moraine, Mar. 30. at Beth Jacob. |
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Coh-1
on. 911 4th St., Eli has attended
Cory Berlant
Richard Kay
Eli Cohen
Harriet Brager
Wayne P richoson
the Congregation's Hebrew School
since his arrival from Israel am
has made an outstanding scholas
tic record.
He is also a student at South
Beach Elementary, a Boy Scout,
a member of Pals, and partici
pates in sports.
* Harriet Brager
Late Friday evening services,
Mar. 29. at Beth Kodesh will in
elude the Bns Mitzvah of Harriet
Brager. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate.
Harriet attends Shenandoah Jun-
ior High. Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Brager. the cele-
brant's father is vice president of
Beth Kodesh. She will be honored
at the Oneg Shabbat following the
ceremony.
* *
Robert Janosi
On Saturday morning. Mar. 30,
Robert Janosi will be Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Zion during ser-
vices conducted by Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
The celebrant is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Alfred Janosi and grand-
son of Mrs. Margaret Friedman.
A seventh grade student at Wesl
Miami Junior High. Robert is a
first class Boy Scout and won first
prize for a poster in the school
conservation contest. He plans to
continue his studies in the Tem-
ple's confirmation class.
The Kiddush will be hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. Janosi.
* *
Wayne Prichason
Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dav-
id Prichason, 8509 Crespi Blvd.,
will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Ner Tamid, with Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz officiating, on Saturday
morning, Mar. 30.
The celebrant is a student at
Nautilus Junior High and in the
Temple's Religious School.
A reception in Wayne's honor
will follow the ceremony.
Resolution Urges
Curb on Nazis
The civic Auxiliary of the
iter Miami Consumer's Coop-1
erative League has passed a reso
ill Ion calling dpon the Floi
slature to ena< i a law "pro-
hibiting American Nazis to spread
hatred and threaten death to citi-
tens in the name of the Swastika.''
Mrs. Charles T. Lundstrom,
president of the Auxiliary, an-
nounced that the resolution de-
clares:
"We lost so many of our men,
defeating Hitler. Now they are:
spreading Nazism under the sign |
ol free speech in our beloved coun-
try. We want one Ism. and that
is Americanism only."
riizrachi Names Hecht President
At the recent installation of officers at the Israelite Center
:re ;jeft to right) Lewis Pomerantz, president; Chester Leiter, VVeStbrOCke Sets
tirst vice president and chairman of the board; Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, spiritual leader; and Hyman Kirsner, outgoing pres-
den: Special tribute was given to Kirsner "for his selfless
giving to the furtherance of the Israelite Center."
alle.
-
m,
1 as president was Max
chi Hapoel Hamizrachi in- Hecht. Other officers are Rev.
officers at a Melava Malka Solomon Cooper, vice president;
k at Kneseth Israel Con- Rev. Joseph Krantz. vice presi-
dent; Morris Friedman, treasur-
er; and Morris Steinbock, secre-
te rj
Installing officer was Rabbi
David Lehrfield, spiritual Leader
oi Kneseth Israel. Guesl speaker
v ass Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, of
B< th Tfilah Congregation.
Also on the program was Rabbi
Beryl Aronovicz and Sol Rashin.
Comedy Saturday
"Separate Rooms," a farcical
comedy which enjoyed one of the
longest Broadway runs on record,
will be presented at Westbrooke
Country Club on Sunday. 8:30 p.m.,
by the Acorns Civic Theatre.
The comedy by Joseph Carole
and Alan Dinehart stars Al Cohen
and Mrs. Stanley Levitch, with
supporting roles by Roz Berle
(Milton Berle's sister Mrs, Ruth
Saillant, Dick W a b s e r m a n,
Stretch" Gars, Harold Richtcr
and Perry Mavelis,
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, inspects Kosher for Passover food products produced at
the Seashore plant. Rabbi Stern has been named director of
kashruth supervision for the renowned Seashore kitchens in
Opa-locka.
Family Gathering
To be Theme
"A Family Gathering" will be
the theme of the Passover party
sponsored by the Senior Citizens
Friendship Club of the North
County YMHA. The model Seder
will take place on Tuesday. 8 p.m.,
at the "Y." 14036 NE 6th Ave.
The choral group will present
a program around the holiday, in-
\olving audience participation. In
charge of information are Mrs.
Sarah Madison, ticket chairman,
and Ben Salk, club president.
Cantor Yardeini
At the DiLido
Cantor Mordecai Yardeini, assist-
ed by a choir, will conduct Pass-
over Sedorim at the DiLido Hotel.
Catering will be by Harfenist.
Yardeini is known for his inter-
pretation of Jewish liturgical mus-
ic, as well as Israeli and Yiddish
folk songs. His compositions
have been sung by Cantors Mor-.
decai Hershman, Moshe Kousse
vitsky, L e i b e 1 c Waldman and
others.
Cantor Yardeini is a former
president of the Cantors Associa-
tion of America and Canada. He j
is also known as a music critic.
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fAmisii Fhridliair
Friday. March 29. 1963
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
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Hotel and Country Club Row: The just-completed Doral invitational.
olf Tournament, won by relatively unknown Dan Sikes in a finish j
ver the veteran Sam Sncad. has been acclaimed by one and all as!
ie most Micccsstul major gulling event ever held in the South Flor-i
'a area
Over 25.000 people poured through the turnstiles for the four-day
ent. a tribute to the determination and foresight of Alfred Kaakel, t
vner of the Doral Hotel and Country Club.
In addition to Kaskel, a great deal or trie credit ror tnis jreai 8
ccess can be attributed to three men: Frank Strafaci, the tourney
.rector, who garnered ever) great golfer in America for the tourna-
lent and directed all the mechanics of the event: Martin Levine. gen
ral manager of Doral. who handled all the arrangements for the
rowds, as well as having the actual course in top condition: and Jer-
j Dobin. Doral's director of advertising and public relations, who pro-
need the program book and supervised the press mom with the help
the Cil of Miami'.- News Bureau.
Westbrooke Country Club has added ten acres to its site, Sheldon
Harold Pomerantz and Morris Fox, revealed that ten acres adjoining
hir 20-acre Club were purchased for future expansion
The land expansion lo the east of the clubhouse brings to more
iari 30 acres the total size ol Westbrookea year old family club at
500 on-the-Trail.
Bernie Mayerson, well-known local violinist, will be making a
omeback in the Bamboo Room of the Roney Plaza Hotel nightly.
'arting Tuesday. Bernie. who has played in most ol the best local
pots, will have a trio playing romantic and danceable music every
ight but Monday. His last date at the Bamboo Room was in 1950,
hen he played U> large and enthusiastic audience--.
Favorite Foods: Maxim's, famed dining place in Surfside with an
Tternational reputation for excellence of cuisine, inaugurated a new
licy Monday, offering complete dinners from S5 to S7.50.
Andre Pascal, host and Mi.xim's spokesman, said the change is a
.gn of the times brought on by the new federal regulations conccrn-
g restriction on entertainment spending for business.
+ *
On Entertainment Front: The Four Bits, musical combo with a
air lor comedy, open Friday at the Carriage Club, Miami Springs
illas Led by Stu Watson on piano and organ, they are currently
Jtting an album entitled 'Showtime With the Four Bits." to be di-
ibuted by Miami's Viva Records. Bill Cary. Al Deet and Curt Law
lund out the group.
The Hora Dance Troupe, directed by Moshe Eskayo, famed ex-
ocrents of the Hora dance, are appearing this week at the Cinema
Yiddish-American Vaudeville Theatre. The six dancers, with singer
and instrumentalist, open Friday. Founded in 1961, the troupe de-
moted a whole year to the research and preparation of authentic
Choreography, music, costumes, and then won wide acclaim for
heir spectacular premiere performance in New York City, in 1962.
The Men Maddens, ol Coral Gables, at the Japanese Steak House,
iiami Springs Villas, telling friends about an interesting trip coming
P -mm. They and their guest, Jack Lcscouhc. oi NBC's 'Today'
-how. will fly to Club de lv-ca. 140 miles south of Panama. Mert,
resident ol Madden and Smith Aircraft Co.. will pilot his own plane
D the trip.
Tahiti^ Minei, whirler in South Pacific Polynesian Restaurant's
Moody Mary Lounge nightly, confesses her name in Hawaiian means
How About Me?" You can find out about her at the Hallandale
low place.
!sacc Stern Will
Play Beethoven;
Fete Sevitzky
The University oi Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra concert on Sun
day. Mar. 31, at Miami Beach Au-
ditorium, will be televised in part
locally by WCKT-TV (Ch. 7). Irom
10 to 11 p.m.. as a community
wide Salute to Maestro Fabien
Sevitzky and the Symphony Or-
chestra."
Featured artist for the Sunday
performance, and the repeat con-
cert on Monday, Apr. l. at Dade
County Auditorium, is the eminent
American Violinist Isaac Stern,
sti in. however, will not appear on
tlii- television broadcast.
On Sunday evening. Dr. Sevitz-
ky and the orchestra will open
th propram with Hvdn's "Sym-
phony La Chasss," followed by
Stem in a performance of Beet-
hoven's Violin Conrert in D
Major. The second half of the
concert, the part to be televised,
includes NicCai Rimsky-Kcrsa-
koff's "Russizn Easter" Over-
ture Arcady Dubensky's "Steph-
en FosterTheme and Varia-
tions," and Maurice Ravel's "Bo-
lero." The Monday evening con-
cert will consist of the Bestrov-
en Violin Concerto, the Rimsky-
Korsakoff wcrk, and the Jean
S'belus Symphony No. 2.
Principal reason lor the Salute
is that I9:s marks the 40th anni-
very of Dr. Sevitzky's arrival in
the United States. Born in Russia,
he ha.- a colorful career in music,
which spans more than 60 years
both here and abroad. He was
music director of the Indianapolis
Symphony Orchestra for 18 years
before assuming the conductonal
reins ol the I'M Symphony in Oc
tober, 1959.
n
i
Dramatic scene irom "David and Lisa," starring iveu L>u;lea
and Janet Margolin, holding over at Wometco's Mayfair, Sun-
set. Parkway, and Carib Theatres. "The Birds," the Alfred
Hitchcock chiller, opens Thursday, Apr. 4, at Wometco's Palm
Springs Theatre.
Religious Press
Editors Gather
For Institute
By Special Report
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Press Association was rep-
resented at a meeting here Ol se-
lect Christian and Jewish editors
pathered at an Institute for the
Religious Press of the nation.
Sponsor of the event was the
National Conference Ol Christians
and Jew.-. Joseph C. Weisbi
of the Boston Jewish Advocate,
president ol the American Jew
i-h Pre-- Assocaition, represent-
ed hi- organization at the three-
day institute.
Some 10 editor- from through-
out tlu' nation attended the ses
si) ns a- p in ol NCCJ's recently-
-mated pn ect, Religious
Freedom and Public Altai:-.'' sub-
sidized b> a $325,000 grant from
the Ford Foundation.
I nda included: 111 "A De-
scriptive Evaluation of the Reli-
. '< us Pn -- in the Nation;"' (2)
"Religion and Public Education;"
(3) "Legislation oi Morality;"
pnd i ; i "The !( p insibilities ol
Ihe Religious Press in a Pluralis-
C/iyg Ivri to Meet
Hebrew sp< i :ng g\ oup ol '
Miami Reach. Chug Ivri, will meel
Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.. ..i Temple Ner
Tamid. Program will feature >
symposium on "'The Bible and its
Translations.'' Speaker- will in-
elude Dr. Joseph S. Zuckeiinani
and Martin I. Taub.
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Home Show
Opens Sunday
To South Florida
The eighteenth annual Miami
Home Show, sponsored by the Mi-
ami Board oi Realtors, will again
be held at Dinner Key Auditor-
ium on .Mar ;;i through Apr. 7.
Admission is free, and more than
a quarter oi a million persons are
i xpected to see the exhibits. The
doors open irom 2 p.m. to 10 p.m..
daily.
John T. Slater, chairman of the
Miami Home Show Committee, an-
ticipates "one of ihe largest and
finest exhibits ever io be assem-
, bled at Dinner Key Auditorium.'
The M;ami Realtors' booth
will feature a treasure chest.
Those who pick the lucky key
that opens the chest will go
home with a gift.
Some of the exhibitors going
into this year's -how include Flor-
ida Power and Light Co.. New
' Vurk Life Insurance Co.. Chrysler
Corp., Southern Bell Tel. and Tel.
Co.. General Development Corp.,
j Biscayne Chemical, and many
I others.
The exposition features many
local and national manufacturers,
listributors, builders, wholesalers!
and dealers C. II. Brooks, who
handled the show from 1946 to j
1959. will again manage the ex-'
position.
Youth Opera
Set for May 5
The second Dade Youth Opera
production Ol this season. "The
Barber of Seville."' by Rossini,
will be presented at the Dade
County An itorium for one per-
formance on Sunday, May 5, al
:> p.m.
The Opera Guild Of Great*
ami is presenting the Dade \
Opera Project. Founder- of the
project are Mrs. Alex Balfe and
Dr. Howard A. Doolin.
The five artists singing in Ihis
production of "The Barber ol S
ville" v ill be Ford Found; ti i
Fellowship Award winners,
three oi them are coming to M
ami under ihe auspices "I the l
Foundation it: New York.
The five are Stanley Kolk,
n Ravson, Ginetta LaBianca,
Spiro Mains and Joshua Hecht.
Two local Miami Opera Guild ar-
' sts sin in i are Ruth Williams I
Robert McPherson.
th!f 'trnnhfr "T* '^^T^ by some of Ration in Miami, naving recently expanded
he trophies and awards he has designed for his showrooms in the Pan American Bank
local and national organizations. This week, Bldq
Ha'.part celebrated his 30th year of continued
VI


F.-iday. March 29, 1963
. fcwlcf? flrririfain
Page 15'B
Judges Sifting Nominations for Winners
In Dade's Outstanding Citizens Award
Judges wore this week busily.
engaged in sifting nominations ton
the 16th annual 'Outstanding Citi-'
/ as Award of Dade County."
The award is sponsored each year
1\ Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
;u (I cites one man and one woman
(Hi an outstanding contribution to
the welfare of Dade County.
Kaplan Seeks
Mayor's Post
A. J. Kaplan, North Miami
Beach attorney, a former munici-
pal judge in the City of North-
wot Miami, and
a former special
assistant to Flor-
ida's Attorn-
ey General, has
qualified to run
lor mayor of
North Miami
Beach,
An active lead-
er in North Mi-
ami Beach com-
munity orgamza- KAPLAN
lions, Kaplan recently resigned as
vice president of the North Miami
Beach Property Owners Assn..
vhich has some 1,000 members.
He is a former president of the
Jaycees and B'nai B'rith and has
been active in the American Le-
gion, Jewish War Veterans, and
Elks.
Kaplan has vowed to "fight for
the repeal of the sewer bond issue
n elected."
Many Winners
At Gulfstream
GuUfttream Park's "new" race
track, praised by horsemen for its
exceedingly safe footing, has SO
far produced a high number of
winning favorites and an enviable
i ber of favorites to finish In-
i -. money
ugh the first 13 days of rac-
ii whea, 122 races were run,
favorites accounted for win mon-
i j in 42 events
favorites finished second 26
i i a and third li times. The win
place percentage proved bet-
ter than even55.7 per cent. On
ii v in only basis, the pcrcet I
I at 34.4.
! gurfng the percentage of fav-
ori-ea in the money< the total
i at 87. or 81.3 per cent.
ius far, eighl horses have gone
i" post at odds less than even
ey and only one has failed to
h in the top three.
The work must have been the
result of civic motivation for
which no compensation is receiv-
ed.
Nominations closed here last
weekend, according to Sanford
M. Swerdlin, chairman, and new-
ly-elected president of Sholem
Lodge. Annual patron of the
event is Joseph M. Lipton, pres-
ident of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Assn.
According to Swerdlin. women
nominees for the award, which
will be presented sometime during
the first two weeks of April, in-
clude the following:
Mrs. James A. Morgan, Mrs.
Ruth \V. Greenfield, Mrs. Patricia
S. Bromberg, Mrs. Dorothy Mer-
tens, Mrs. William 0. Mehrtens.
Mrs. Paul D. May. Mrs. James R.
Davant. Mrs. Eileen Roscoe. Mrs
Anilouise Stripling Boyd, and Mrs.
Jay (Jeanne) Levey.
Nominated for the men's award
are George Shamas, Irving Schul-
man, Ainslee R. Ferdie, Jack
Harding (deceased), Lee W.
Blount, Abe S. Goldman, Maurice
Klein, Raymond W. Butler, Jr.,
Leo Steinman, John I. Smith, Dave
Rabinowitz. Michael Shores. George
Crawford, John B. Turner, Roger
Shaw. Roy A. Perry, Jay I. Kis-
lak, and Mitchell Wolfson.
As in- the past, judges include
Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The
Jewish Floridian; George Beebe.
managing editor, The Miami Her-
ald; and Ralph Renick, vice pres-
ident in charge of news. WVTJ.
New Exhibit
At Temple Israel
Seventeen leading American ar-
tists are represented in an exhibi-
tion of oil paintings which opened
in the Community House of Tem-
ple Israel, 137 NE 19th St., this
week.
The exhibit, put together by the
Micltown Galleries. N.Y., arrived
here after a showing at Miami
University, Oxford, O. It is open
to the public from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
tN
SANFOtfD SWtRDUN
Swerdlin Heads
Sholem Lodge
New slate of officers for Sholem
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. installed by
Paul Seiderman. chairman, Flor-
ida Regional Board. Anti-Defama-
tion League, at the Carillon Hotel
is headed by Sanford M. Swerdlin,
president, succeeding A. David
Rayvis.
Serving with Swerdlin will be
Marvin Pearlman. president-elect;
Milton Hahn. Martin Budnick, vice
presidents; Morton W. Palmer,
treasurer; Martin R. Hurwitz, fi-
nancial secretary. and Alfred
Kreisler, corresponding secretary.
Past presidents include Eli Hur-
witz and Sidney 11. Palmer.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CJIVEN thnt
Hi.- undersigned, desiring to engage
ii business under 111- fictitious name
of KHENANOOAll APARTMENTS ill
20-330 s.iih Street, Miami Beach,
Hlorlda, Intend t" register Bald name
with ih.- Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Count}-, Florida.
SA MITEL VAN' iWITZ
1>H. STANLEY GORDON
KOVNER At MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Hnenandoah Apartments
:: 29, 1 5, 12, ]\<
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 59005-A
RE Estate of
I.II.I.IAN KRAl'SS,
Dereaiied.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor and All Persona Ha
Ina Clnlma or Demands Against Ha
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r.
quired to present any claims and <
manda which you may have again
ill,- estate of LILLIAN KRAITRH, d.
ceased late "f Dade County, Florid
m ih.- County ludgea ..r Dade Coun
and i lie the same In duplicate ail
Section "33.16, Florid
lr offices in the Cow
n Dade County, Klo
calendar months froi
iii-t publication her.
\\ ill In- lijllli il.
Hi is M
in
Hi.
us pro) ided
1 Statutes, in
i\ Courthouse
i ill.- time of ili.
, of, Or 111'- sain
Dated al Miami, Florldi
day of March. A.D. 1963.
MARK KAPLAN
As Executor
Aronovitz, Silver a- Bcher
| Attorney! for Executor
B07 Ainsl.-y Building
Miami 32, Florida
:; ::. I 5-lt-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
he undersigned, flealrlng to engage In
huslneMS under the fictitious name oi
V1RPORT RADIO SERVICE al Minii
International Airport, Miami Intend to
register said name with tin' Clerk of
I'iri'iiit Court of Dade County,
ntlihl
HERMAN N. OKI,LER
Ol'llMI lOI.IAS
: J!'. i
i-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tli.it
'in- undersigned, desiring t< engage in.
business under ti" fictitious name of I
THE THRONE ItOOM ill SOI W. 19
St., Hialeah, Florida Intend t" reg-
ister nlil num. with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ELY ZWtRN
EVELYN PHILLIPS
S. I, 1 l\\ n.-i-s
WH1TEACRE IH H'.I'.INS
Attorneys for Applicants
H01 W. 19 St.. Hialeah, Fla.
:: 29, I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR~
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 8970-B
IN RE: Estate of
JOSEPH V. DAVIDSON,
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i i-.-iliio and All Persona Ha
Ing Clnlma or Dcinanda Against Bi
Estate:
You are In rebj notified and r
quired t" presenl anj claims and d.
mands which you may havi again
the estate of Joseph V. Davidson d<
ceased late of Dade County, Florid-
to the Count) Judge* "f Dade Cow
ly, and file the Bam......luplicate an
us- provided In Section 733.16, Florid
Statutes, in tli.ir offices In the Cow
ly c.....thnuse In Dade County, Hoi
Ida, within six calendar months fro
the til"'- of the first publication hen
of or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 21
day "i Mar h, A.D. 1968.
CORNBIL VARNER DAVIDSON
As Executrix
ROBERT SO ITT KA1 FMAN
Attorney for Execul ii\
i ins Aluslej Building
Miami 32. I;
:: ::. i 5-18-:
i-12-19

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
UTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3338
BEATRICE I n: IN BERRY,
Plaintiff,
vs,
.11 NIOH LEE BERRY,
I fondant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ii i: Jl'NII Ht LEE BERRY
Residence I 'nk n< >\ -i
V' if ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
,. and Y< >l" ARE
IIEREBY REQI'IRED t" sei. a -.....y
..I \ ..in Answi r t" the -i11 of Com-
oii i he I 'la in Iff .ii
111 IN ESSEN, KSg Ii'l I Si
Florida, and ti!.
i he oi i.. mi! answer In t he i
the i nf il I'll i i ii .
ii me April :;"i ii. I* I, In di I
,-ii ', the Blli "f '"inpliiinl h HI I
..is. II V oil
VTEII Ma
i: l; LEATHERMAN. I
i l-'i'.i id.i
Seal) it) K. M. LY.VI VN
l)( put) '
;--{:-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59003 B
IN RE Estate <
MYRTLE HESSIE
I >. -. IS' -I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in vll Creditors and All Persons Ha
iin- claims or Demands Against Si
Estati
you are hereby notified and r< -
111 i i I to presenl any claims and d.
mands which you ma) havi .main
I hi estate .'i MYRTLE HESSIE d<
i .-i-.-.i late "t I 'nde Count I- l"i-iil
to the Count) Judges of Bade C.....it
-in,/ hi., the s ime In their ofl
ili,. i 'mint) "out tl iiiae in i adi I "on
lv, ii. Ida, within sis calendar moittl
from the date of the first publlcatli
nr the ....... "ill I..- liarred
Ri HIERT THEl 'I" 'RE Hl'DSON
I R. MAYERS'
y
I'ongri I
12-
IN
Oi
itucxrics
Fr More OSituaries, See
Page 14-C
Jack Stein (left), leading member of the Super Market Group,
is shown with Abner Wolf, outstanding supporter of the 19S3
Combined Jewish Appeal, at the annual Food Division lunch-
eon held recently at Miami Springs Villas. One of the largest
attendances ever recorded by the aroi'o resulted in a total
increase of 100 percent on behalf of the 1963 Federation drive.
SCHWARTZ
RR V X.. nge 66, .li. .1 Mar I*
".i I) !' Si n York City, he
.....nf Mi ii i Ri li
eight yi Fornii
chairm i n "t* t hi board of
a t :i I.. 11 Co., ;iinl Im-
. rial i'lasl lc> Co., he was foun
nf thi .- hlva of I latl
i rhaii o .in of Its
I ..' directors for is years
11" w.i ;, i.,-in.i,.r and trust) e of
Belle Harbor J< "is'i Center,
awa> p.nk. N.Y., and a chai -
ii i founder and trust) e of th.-
h i'.- n t i c 'I.--I-.-......n
' ron Ephralm, and the West
Mile Institutional Synagogue, all
ol New York City. Schwarti
ited .i btilldina for orphans, a
ntrul kitchen and .i facade and
t ol th. mili i ynagoffue >i
[no Ponevel Yeshlvo In B'nai
I; rak, Israel, and participated In
1 h illdlng of Hi Ichal Shlomo in
'I'm B |1 | th,. s l o li o il k a
s- hlva in ifn.i i;i..u He was
in the Yeshlva I'nlverslty
'..i donated n dormitory room
Among his othi i phHan-
[crests were the Mirer
I. Yeshlva Torah Va the Jacob Joseph School, .ill of
York, ..hi the Yeshlva '"..-i-
m Lnkewood. In Ml I
hi \v ia :i member "f the
1 i i '..is and active In
the Miami Hi 'h
wh ch he
""'I in. .mil helped
1 thi Mesivia High s- I........i
' t Miami, ii. is sin vR '-.i b)
-ii. Pearl ,i m t, of
v- in..ii. N v : iuo daughters,
"thi j i ,\>. ..f Ni]...ii dt,
., mill Mrs. Helen Schwarts,
' Orange, v i .-, brother,
tvtOi ami nine grandchildren.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2238
IVHI.THA (illtMiN
P nlntlff,
^ s
CECIL tJIBSON,
I ii'l'.iiil.-int
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CECIL U1BS( IN
Residi nee uiiknou n
YOU ARE HEREBY N'OTIF IED lhal
:i Bill of Complaint f"i Divorce haa
i..... filed i- linst i "ii. and Y< U ARE
HEREBY REQI'IRED t" serve a copy
..i your Answer to tin- Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
BEN ESSEN, ESQ., i"M Seybold
Build ng, Miami 32, Florida, and file
the original answer in the office of
the i k of th" Circuit Court on or
hefori Vpi ii 39th, 1963, In 'l> fault "f
which the Bill of Complaint will !"
against you.
DATED Ma ch 26th, 1963.
E. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dadi County, Florida
i Seal) By l< M LYM \N
I leput) Clerk
:. 29, I 11-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59C06-B
RE Esl '! of
II VRNI TT VVtHiLKSTEAD
11.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All i Itoi and All Pi rsons Ha
. i- i., mands Against Sa
Esta
You tire hei notified and i -
.,,,,,. ,i in ii-. -.-lit any claims and !
which you may havi again
Ihe I'ARNETT VVOOIJ
sti: \ i .-..-..-. a late ol i '.oi'- Coin
iv. Florida, i" thi '"omits Judgi e
linde County, and file the same
duplicitti and as provided In Sectl'
i- lurlila Statuti a, In thi lr |
.....>.\- in .i. -
Dade County, Florida, within six c:. -
.mi.u- months from the time of t
publication hereof, or the san
will be barn d. .
Dated -ii Miami, Florida, tins .'.. .
das of March, V.D. 1963.
MINNIE V VVOOL.PSTEAD
As Administratrix
VVEINSTEIN .s u EINSTEIN
\- | foi \.l'i llistl.ltij.S
Ijo Lincoln Kd .\iiiinii Beach, Fla.
Mrs.
Prominent rabbis throughout the nation, among them mem-
bers of the presidium of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
United States and Canada, gathered at the Manischewitz
Matzo Bakery in Jersey City to bake Shmura Matzah. William
B. Manischewitz greeted the rabbis in the name of the Mani-
schewitz Comoany, which is now celebrating its 75th anniver-
sary. Manischwitz products for Passover include gefilte fish,
chicken soup, borscht, baby meats, cookies, macaroons, and
assorted wine products.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3283
BARBARA ROSEXBERO,
Plaintiff,
\ -
El t\VARl) R< ISENBERO,
11. t'i ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
, Ti i: EDWA RI III ISENH1 !R< I
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
You, EDWARD ROHENHERO. are
ii, i. b) notified thai a Bill of Com-
plaint i'.-i l llvoree has bei n lib .1
tigalnst you, nnJ you are re -. rvi ''"i'\ of your Answi i "i Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. NORMAN 11.
tiOI.DBTEIN, 111" N.E. I8rd Btreet,
\ i ;li Miami Beach, Florida and fib'
the origin ii \t--w.: ..I- Pleading In
the office "i the Clerk of thi Circuit
Court mi or before tin i".*ili day of
April, \:"'\. If you fall to do so,
judgment iiv default will be taken
agntnsr-vou for the relief demanded In
ii,.- BUI f Complaint.
rius notice siinii i" published once
itch week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH II i iKIl 'I \X
HONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
a. this I'.-tii da) of March A.D.
i-: i: l.i: \ rHERMAN, Cli rk
iurt, I '..-I. 'onnl >. Florida
By: C r COl'ELAND
i lepul > 'lei k
\'( ii:\i \\ ii (lOLDSTEIN
IUO N 11 I63l .1 Stl eel
M III Fla.
Vttorne) for Plaintiff
9, I 3-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58731-C
IN RE Estati
AARl N N EWMAN
I ii
NOTICF OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
in m.i i I."-1 INS INTERES
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID
DECEDENT.
Y,.,, are herebj notified thai a writ-
ten Instrument purporting i>> be tl
last will ami testament "f saM ileo. -
dent lias i..-.-it admitted to probate i
-ai.i i'..nit You are hereb) com-
manded "iiliiu six calendar months
in.in tin date ol thi first publlcatlo
..r this notice t" appear In said CoWt
any you can, \vti
ili,. action "i said Court in H'lniittln-
sald v*. 11 to probate should no! Btsw
urn. v iked.
i IE" Ri IE T 'I-ARK
1 'olllllV .lu.lu'
Bs : MELB \ C. DICK, Clerk
First' publication of this notice i
the 29th da) "t" March, 196S.
HENRY M. WAI1 ZK1N
Ait." n< ( foi Exi c .tin s
;'.-. Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fla.
.. i i-U-
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 111 REBV OU EN th
the underlgned, tlesli ng to engage I
n.i. r tin fictitious name i
HARMAKO ASSOCIATES!, (not n*
M li SI Miami. Fla., ii
tends i" Id name with tli
Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>a<\
Count)
MURRAY I. FREDERICKS
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Southern Section JWB Plans Conference;
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Mami, Florida, Friday, March 29, 1963
MORE PHOTOS OF CAMPAIGNERS IN ACTION PAGE 8-C
The biennial conference of the
Southern Section, National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, has been an-
Section C nounced by David S. Goldberg of
- Charleston, S.C.. president of the
Southern Section.
CJAppeal Drives to Meet '63 Needs
The conference will take place
in Dallas, Tex on Apr. 26 to 28,
and represents the major gather-
ing of lay and professional lead-
ers in Jewish Community Centers
iii the 11 Southern States which
comprise the Southern Sectiof.
in making the announcement,
Goldberg appointed Mrs, Milton
Siikin. of Miami, as general con-
ference chairman, and Joe II. Gol
man, of Dallas. Tex., as confer-
ence co-chairman.
Mrs. Sirkin, president-elect of
the Southern Section, continues ''
serve American Jewry and her
local Jewish and general commun-
ity in many capacities. In Great-
er Miami, she has been a past
president of the Jewish Commun-
ity Center, past president ol the
Greater Miami Chapter of Ilada-
ah, chairman of the Women's Di-
vision of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal of Greater Miami, member
oi the Dade County Welfare Plan-
ning Council, and United Fund
Budget Committee.
Golman, current vice presid i.i
ot the Jewish Federation of Dal
las, is also the immediate past
president of the Julius Schepps
Communitj >~ nter, and a vice
president of bis synagoj
Immediately following the con
ferer.ee. the Southern Chapter oi
the National Association of Jev
mm. MILTON SIMM
:.-l> Community Ce iter Work
v i I conduct a MTu- oi profi -
,,l institutes,
The National Jewish Welt.
Board is the national associati
ol Jewish Community Certers a
VMHAs, the government-accra
i agency fi r serving the mor
welfare and religious i eeds
Jewish men and women in the I -
Armed Forces and In Veten
FIi spitals, and the sponsor!
aj ency ol the Jew ish Book Co
i i] q| An erici i rid the N- tl
Music Council.
Construction, Real Estute and Allied Trades
Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal plays
host lo Teaders of their division and leaders of
Insurance Group and of the Communal
Services Division ot a recent showing of
' Divorce Italian Style" at the Parkway Thea-
tre. I.ef* to right are Federation leader Stan-
ley C. Myers, who appeared o:i the evening's
One of the f:rst B'nai B'rith groups signing up a large part ot
its membership as workers for the 1963 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign is Coral Gables Lodge 1682. Shown discussing
campaign progress are Sol Sanders (left), outgoing president,
and newly-installed president, Harry Kern.
program- George A. Simon, of the Realtor's
Group; F'mil Gould, Construction Group; Con-
struction Division Chairman David B. Flee-
man; chairman of Federation's Speaker's Bu-
reau, Daniel Heller, who presented a slide film
on the work of Federation; and Haiold J. Segal,
of the Real Estate Division.
Capt. Friedman
Is Reassigned
Capt. Joseph C. Friedman, of
Kansas City. Mo., i- being re-
assigned to Little Rock AFB, Ark.,
following his graduation lrom the
I nited States Air Force missile
launch officer course at Sheppard
AFB, Tex.
Capt. Friedman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Friedman, of 625
Santander Ave., Coral Gables,
learned the management of oper-
ational and maintenance activities
and the principles of the Titan II
missile systems.
The captain and his wife, the
former Marilyn L. Kram, of Phoen-
ix, Ariz., have two children. A
graduate of Southeast High School,
he received his AB degree from
the University of Missouri, Colum-
bia, A member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi, Capt. Friedman entered the
service in April, 1956.
Dr. Belkin Feted At Receptions
Drug Division meets to map its participation in the 1963 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign. Left to right are Ernest L
Lieberman, of the Riviera Pharmacy, who was host to the OJA
function at his home; and Sam Goldman, Gull Drug Co., Mor-
ns E. Green. Greene's Pharmacy, and Jerome Stern, Roberts
Drug Store, co-hosts. Members of the division pledged maxi-
mum participation in the Silver Anniversary campaign.
Jewish Volume
To be Published
Jacob C. Cohen, noted Miami
Beach hotelman and philanthro-
pist, will sponsor the publication
of the first volume of a projected
ten-volume codification of Jewish
law and science by the Torah Re-
search Institute here, headed by
Rabbi Tiber Stern, of Beth Jacob
Congregation.
Nathan Kohler, publisher of the
Jewish Forum and Miami Beach
winter resident, has accepted na-
tional chairmanship of the pro-
ject now in progress.
The first volume will be dedi-
cated to the memory of Cohens
late wife. Dora.
Purpose of the project, accord-
ing to Rabbi Stern, is "to correlate
religious law with modern scien-
tific findings."
Dr. Samuel Belkin was honored
it a series <>' events recentlj on
the occasion of the 20th anniver-
sary of his attainment of the pres-
idency of Yeshiva University. He
- feted at a reception al I
Fontaincbleau Hotel and at a Sterl-
ing Hotel dinner attended by hun-
dreds of the foremost leaders of
American and Canadian Jewry.
Max .1. Etra, "I New York, chair
man of ihe university's board ol
trustees, Abraham Borman, of De-
troit, Meyer Gassmer, of Toronto,
and Leo Robinson, of Miami Beach,
headed a lory li~t of dignitaries
who paid tribute to Dr Belkin
and to the tremendous growth ot
Yeshiva University during Ins
presidency.
The functions were part ot a
530,000,000 development program
of Yeshiva University, exclusive
of a separate $35,000,000 develop-
ment pr03ram for its Albert
Einste:n College of Medicine.
During Mr. Belkin's presidency,
the university's enrollment ha~
skyrocketed from 850 to 5.200; the
faculty has grown from 91 to 1.200;
ihe number of constituent schools
has leaped from four to 17; its
budget has increased from $414,000
lo S19.000.0O0, an increase of more
than 40-fold; and its physical plant
has developed from one building
to ii ur major teachirg centers
Xew 1 k City, \ ilucd at S31J
Dr Belkin described Ihe gr<
ion of the universi
v i rti< isions
ati Softool
Sciem e, the Gi i duate ihool
! rfu< ition, and Ihe Wun
-i hool of S n ial Work.
We hai c >nc< n ral d thus I
on develi
trading top faculty an! studi
and developing exc< Herd progr
of research aid study,*' said D.
Belkin, "Now we turn our att<
tion to constructing the most mo-
em phyical facilities to house
colleges and schools. This is
blueprint for the Sixties."
Seder Slated
At Temple Judea
Victor Relter, chairman.
nounces that a congregatioi
Seder will be held at Temple Jud< I
on the second night "I Passo'
Tuesday. Apr. 9. at 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Mordecai I'odet and (
tor it. Richard Brown will oti
iate, assisted by a profession
choir. A complete traditions
Seder dinner will be served.
Reservations are being taken
the Temple office.
Naomi Hadassah Group
Naomi Group of Hadassah
sponsored a games night on Sun-
day at Hillel House on the Uni-
versity of Miami campus.
Success of series of events in South Florida honoring Dr. Sam-
uel Belkin on the 20th anniversary of his attainment of the
presidency of Yeshiva University is discussed by (left t^
right) Max J. Etra, chairman of the board of trustees; Leo Rob-
inson, president of the Florida Division of Yeshiva University;
Mrs. Robinson; and Dr. Belkin.


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Page 3-C
Jacor C. Cohen receives the first annual Mesivta Senior High
School "Prince of Torah Award" at a concert featuring Can-
tor Moshe Koussevitsky. Loft to right are Sam Reinhard. Leo
Robi:.cn presenting award to Cohen, Cantor Kous.3evitsky,
and Charles Fruchtman. Some 800 persons attended.
Cohen Receives Mesivta Award
Youth Group
Sets Conclave
Southeastern Federation of Tem-
ple Youth will hold it* annual con-
clave in Jacksonville this weekend.
Delegates from Temple Beth Am
will include Richard Abel, presi-
dent of Florida Region, Larry
(ilickman. Judy K.rk. Eunice Tn'i.
Ted Silver, Katherii'c and Leslie
Josephson, Loren Kapport. Mar-
cia Orovitz, Russell Blank. Judy
F.restline, Leslie Reiken, Judy
Clein, Merrie Blocker and Ellen
Glasson. Sylvan Holtzman is ad- j
visor.
The group is presently engaged
in raising funds to help fun ish
the soon-to-bc-completed Youth
Lounge in the building, which will
have a kitchen and a stage, and
accommodates 5U0 people.
Jai <'. Cohen, Miami Beach
hotelman and civic leader, was
the recipient of a Prince of Torah
A' ard
Mai '. the first annual presen-
tation <>t the award was the
Mesivta Senior High School re-
, entlj I a concert featuring Can-
t< r M -lie Koussevitsky.
SHERATON
Leo Robinson, chairman of
the Mesivta concert committee,
announced the award recipient.
Charles Fruchtman. program
chairman, said that the concert
was dedicated to Cohen, who
is one of the original founders of
I lie school.
The conceit was held at Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School
Auditorium.
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Passover Listing
Of Kosher Foods
The 1983 edition of the Passovei
Kosher Directory of fhc Orthodox
Union, containing a record listing
of rabbinically-certified Kosher
for-Passover foods and related pro-
ducts, has been published. Cop-
ies are available without charge
on request oi the Orthdox Union,
8-1 Fifth Ave., New York 11, NY.
fn a continuing effort to make
the Orthodox Union's publications
of maximum" usefulness to eon
sumers. the 1963 Passover Direc
tory has been trimmed from its
previous pocketbook size, The
new smaller size was decided on
to make it DOS Ible for the -hop
per to slip it mine easily into her
hail, bag on shop; uu: trips.
The 24-page 1963 Passover I)i-
rectory lists 2.H" rahbinicaiiy-sup-
ervised Kosher fm Passover foods!
and related products. An innova-
tion incorporated for the first
time in the 1962 Directory, a step-
by-step description of ritual pro-
cedures to make the Jewish home
ready for Passover, is again in-
cluded in the 1963 Directory.
Schwartz, Kelly
Form PR Firm
Formation ol the (I e r a I d
Schwartz and Herb Kelly. Jr..
public relations agency was an-
nounce! here by the princi-
pals. Offices of the new firm are
located in the Mercantile National
Bank Bldg., 120 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Beach.
Kelly, a reporter and copy edi-
tor for the'Miami News for 11
years, was news editor of Ch. 10
for four years under both the WPST
and VVLBWTV managements. He
is the -on of Herb Kelly, amuse-
ments columnist of the Miami
News, and brother of Milton Kelly,
managing editor ol the Ft. Lau-
derdale Dailj News.
Schwartz, a former sports wnt-
i- for the Miami Herald and sport.-.
editor of the Miami Beach Sun,
was publicity director of the Thud
\imy in Kuropc for two years al-
ter World War II.
He opened his own public rela-
tions firm here in 1950. and has
lived in Miami for the past 30
years with the exception of a 30-
month stay in Nebraska. There
he was pros- secretary lo the late
GOV. Halnh <;. Brooks.
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The Torah Luncheon Club, part of the Temple
Emanu-El adult education program, gathers at
a semi-monthly session at the Shelborne Hotel.
Left to right are Dr. Zev Kogan, Sol Novit, Nat
Wolf, Herbert S. Shapiro, Mortimer Cohen, Sid-
ney Raymond, Joseph M. Lipton, Dr. Irving
Lehiman, Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman, Harry
Sirkin. Dr. H. R. Mechlowitz, Leo Gardner,
Charles Weinberg, Joel Newman, Herman
Berk and Johan Berman. Upper left, Henry
H. Frieder, Een Ball and Morris Lapidus. Not
shown are Sheoard Broad, Leo Eisenstein,
Leon Epstein, Benjamin Meyers, Al Ossip,
Jack Popick. Burnett Roth, Louis Spector and
Charles Yuvers.
Bernards Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernard, of
Miami Beach, celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary at the
Robert Richter Hotel, with mem-
bers of their family.
Attending were daughter and
-on in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Low, with daughter Roberta. Mi-
ami Beach, and son, Arthur, of
Gainesville; son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bernard,
with sons, Fredric and David, of
Miami, and Walter of Gainesville;
and daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
.uid Mrs. Leonard Wolf, of Lake-
land, with their children, Susan,
liobert, Michael and Laurie.
Resident of Miami for 16 years,
the senior Bernards originally
came from New York.
Other members of the family
attending the party came from
New York, New Jersey, Ohio and
South Carolina.
MR. AND MRS. HARRY BERNARD
Children Aid
Heart Hospital
Miami's National Children's
Cardiac Hospital in Miami was
the benefactor of an unexpected
$17.50 last week, thanks to a group
of youngsters on Treasure Island.
The five children, all students
at the Treasure Island Elemen-
tary school, held an 'Exhibition
in Exercise" at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Fraad for their
neighbors. Rain cancelled half of
the show, but failed to dampen
the youngsters' spirits. The show
went right on.
Participating in the exhibition
were Eric Fraad. 8; Mark Fraad
6; Karen Fraad, 8; -Casey Miller.
9; and Barry Lee, 9.
The enterprising youngsters
turned over the proceeds to the
Cardiac Hospital's executive vice
president. Phil Houtz.
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Balkin Lodge
Elects Ferdie
Ainslee R.' Ferdie, 929 -Malaya
Ave., Coral Gables, was named
president of Gilbert Balkin B'nai
B'rith Lodge for the year 19&-64
at an election held at Crown
I Lanes.
Ferdie is also a vice president
o( the South Florida B*nai B'rith
Youth Organization, a past coin
mander of Murray Solomon Post
243, Jewish War Veterans, presi-
dent of the Coral Gables Young
Democrats, and is on the board
I of directors of the Coral Gables
Optimist Club, Miami Multiple
Sclerosis Assn., and L)ade County
Young Democrats.
Other officers are Robert Fried
man, president-elect; Bernard B.
Weintraub and Sherwin Givel. vice
presidents; Jerome Jackson, treas-
urer; Barry Potlock. recording
secretary; Ira Segal, correspond-
ing secretary; Larry Kaplan, fi
nancial secretary; Kenneth Ber-
man, guardian; Sam Meyers, war-
den; Norman Brown. Sandy Sus-
man, Marshall Furshman, I'r '
Rubin, and Richard Wise, trus-
tees. Outgoing president, Walter
Apfelbaum. was named chaplain.
Formal installation proceedings
were at Peterson's Steak House
here recently. South Florida
Council president, Ed Stern, and
AlhSlEE R. fERDIE
Florida State president, Charles
Seiavitch, both past presidents i
the lodge, will assist in arrange*
men's.
Hatikvah 'Nite-Out'
Hatikvah Chapter of Mizraci i
Women held a "Nite-Out" to rais
funds lor its Youth Aliyah pre
jects in Israel on Saturday ever-
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The memories of Passovers gone bythe search and sale of the ChomeU-Grancfpa
poking around the kitchen, making the horseraa.sh and the Chorachesputting on the
new suit of clothes and shoes-pockets full of hazel nuts-and almondsanxious^
waiting for the Seder to start-Uncle Joe and Aunt Sadie v.ere always latethe whole
family together-Grandpa 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 her-the Kiddush and then my turn for "Ma Nishtanah" and the answer give*
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then the mealnobody, but nobody, could cook better than Grandmawe atean4
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vJenisti Fkradliiar
Page 7-C
SCOPE ... BY ALAN SHECTER
TV Reporter Travels the World in Quest of News
Television is the mo:t power
lul me.iium ol communication in
the world. Us forceful impric-
reaches out to millions of eye-
-ill ears every clay.
Despite talk of a "vast waste-
land," some of the ton expendi-
tures of televi
ion stations ancM
networks a r e|
poured into th
production of in
formative, e n
lightening pro;
grams, with,
much emphasis'
on factual up-tt ;
ihcminute new
reporting.
Miami's Be
Silver has som.
definite ideas aDuui television
Florida viewers. Silver traveled
news reporting. One of the top
TV reporters in the south. Silver
has traveled all over the world to
collect anil report news for South
Floridians over WCKT, Ch. 7.
Silver enthusiastically point- out
that television news programming
offers both clear, concise reports
of the daily news, as well as de-
tailed, depth coverage of the
week S events on both local and
national documentary programs.
He oes not agree that his im I
ium is a wasteland at all.
Off to Soviet Union
In 1959, when Gov. Collins join-
ed a group of other Governors on
a lour of the Soviet Union, WCKT
assigned Silver and Wayne Farris
to accompany the group and re-
port some of its findings to South
some 10,000 miles within the bor-
ders of the USSR, including visits
to Moscow, the Kremlin. Lenin-
grad, Kiev and other cities.
Ben's traveling assignments
have also included Paris, with the
Governors; Mexico City, to report
on the Cuban dilemma; Californ-
ia, to gather facts about Aerojet
General Corp; and a ho.-t of other
places, like SAC headquarters in
Omaha, and assor'.e I stories
emanating from New York.
Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit
and Tallahassee. He has cover-
ed no less than eight stories from
on-the-scene Cuba.
What of the new Ansin man-
agement's effect on WCKT's
news coverage? Ben replied that
since Sidney Ansin purchased the
station. WCKT has added an
hour-long weekly documentary
titled "Outlook"' and has enlarg-
ed the staff of the station's News
and Public Affairs Department.
Another documentary call e !
"Florida Forum" has also |usl
gone on tic air with favorable
reaction.
Element cf Surprise
Married aid the daddy ol two
boys ami a little girl, the 35-
year-old Silver is a member '.
Temple Ada'h Yeshurun. He has
adopted a style of reporting in
which he strives to be as sim
pie, understandable, factual and
objective as possible. It is
within his discretion to determine
which facts to include in his re-
port, and he recognizes this as
an important responsibility that
requires objectively in the high-
est sense.
Silver is critical of certain gov-
ernment officials who withhold
rews under the false cloak of
national security, when actually
they are trying to cover up mis-
takes. He has learned to be vigi-
lant and persistent when digging
for his stone-
News reporting is not with-
(Hi its dangers and amusing epi-
godes in Silver. Back in 1958,
trying i'i report on Ihe Cuban sit-
uation fr mi Santii go de Cuba.
ver hailed a limousine, paid
t\> o i e ios 'ii advance for tvans-
portat i i hid hotel, and was
taken straight to jail where he
r i held for five daj s. He
laughs at the frightening experi-
ence now. but he wasn't laugh-
ing when it happened.
Ben freely admits that part of
the fun in news reporting lies in
not knowing where his assign-
ments will lead him each day.
The elements of surprise, drama,
human interest, responsibility
and importance to the commun-
itythese are the factors that
challenge him in his pursuits to
keep us well-informed through,
television news reporting.
Teen Swimmers
At Westbrooke
Westbrooke Country Club has
over 50 swimmers participating in
the Red Cross "Swim and Stay
tit" program in conjunction with J
President Kennedy's physical fit-
ness program.
Six who have completed 50 miles
arc Martha Green, Larry Seitlin,
Cichard Taylor, Bernie Bekkers.
Jon Knight and Jay Klein. They
are now on to try for 100 miles in
order to receive a special award
from Coach Bob Frcidman. Mar-
tha Green has completed the most
mileage in the Bed Cross fitness
program with 85 miles to her
credit.
Eight-year old Rebecca Seitlin,
star of the West Palm Beach and
Pompano Beach A.A.U. Age Group
Winter Development Meet for
Westbrooke Country Club," now is
Florida Gold Coast Champion in
II the 8 and under girls 100 yd. indi-
vidual medley. She is also ranked
second in the 50 yd freestyle and
second in the 50 yd. butterfly for
her age group, and received na-
tional recognition in the March is-
sue of "Swimminn World"' for 8-
> ear-olds and under.
Twelve-year-old Jams Lewis, of
Westbrooke County Club A.A.U.;
i.vun. ranks fifth and better m
Senior A.A.U. events
Westbrooke is planning four an-
nual Invitational Meets in swim-
ming and divinj each year start
ii this summer Palmetto and
- Ihwest High Schools use the
Westbrooke pool for training.
Dade Federal
Exec, in Address
Catherine H. Fahnnger, assist-
ani vice president of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. has been
appointed vice chairman of the
Chapter Administration Commit-
tee of the American Savings and
Loan Institute of the United States
Savings and Loan League.
Mr- Fahringer spoke on public
illations and advertising at the
38th annual conference of the
American Savings and Loan Insti-
tute held in Denver. Colo, last
week.
Israeli Labor Group Agrees to Wage Freeze
REBECCA SEITLIN
Blood Bank Drive
At Beth Am
Temple Beth Am Brotherhood
held its Blood Bank drive recent-
ly at the Temple.
Those who donated were Mrs.
Milton Green, Dr. Henry Wechs-
berg. Edward Grad, Bernard Ab-
bott. Joe Molien. Marvin Shapiro,
George Malin, Joseph Altschuller.
Byron Cherkas. David Kates. Sol
Schwartz, Sam Fox. Mr-. Bleazer
Greenstein, Melvin Frumkes.
Also Julian Benjamin. Daniel
( ravitt, Arthur Jacowiu, Lee liar
ris, Sylvan Pawliger. Norman
Todd. Harold Rosen, and Mr-.
Ralph Leidner.
Blood is available to Temple
members and their families. Chair
nan of the Blood Bank is Nathan
Gaines.
TEL AVIV (JTA) The pro-
posal by Mapai for the Histadrut, I
Israel's labor federation, to enter |
into an agreement with the Gov-1
ernment for a one-year-freeze of i
wages and taxes was adopted by1
the Histadrut executive recently
over the opposition of the Mapam
and Achdut Avoda members.
"Workers committees" organiz-
ed by Mapam and other opposing
factions, staged a one-hour warn-
ing strike in various parts of the
country previously.
While it was agreed that the
Histadrut Council would hear ap-
peals by Mapam and Achdut
Avodah against the wage freeze
agreement, the Histadrut Trade
Union Department announced
that it would be guided by the
decis'on of the executive in its
negotiations for wage agree-
ments.
Mapai supporters of the propos-
al pointed to the danger to Israeli
workers "if we do not meet the
challenge of the European Com-
mon Market." They stressed that
jobs would be endangered if more
and cheaper Israeli goods were
not sold abroad. Mapam and Ach-
dut Avoda members, on the other
hand, demanded wage increases.
Nearly all branches of Israeli
commerce and industry, including
the Merchants Association and
small artisans organizations, an-
nounced that they would cooperate
with Government efforts to secure
stabilization of prices provided
there will be no wage increases.
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uhanin Leaves
Workmen's Circle
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By Special Report
\[ YORK Nathan Chanin,
outstanding figure in Jewish life
for nearly half a century, has an-
nounced his retirement as general
secretary of the Workmen's Circle,
national Jewish fraternal and cul-
tural organization,
Chan ;. whose 75th birthday
was < imtnemorated last year, said
thai plans to continue his asso-
18 with the Workmen's Cir-
cle and other organizations in
Jew is! Ufa, lie has long been a
leadej in Hias, Bonds [or Israel
and the Jewish Labor Committee,
which he helped to found.
Jacob T. Zukerman, president
oi the Workmen's Circle, said that
Chamn'a retirement had been ac-
ccpled with "keen regret," adding
thai the title of general secretary
in the Workmen's Circle would bi.
retired with Chanin, who has been
blamed General Secretary Emeri-
tus
Wit! Chanin's retirement, which
becoi es effective on Mar. 31, Ben
jamii Gebiner, assistant general
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^ and L?t mv7M\0f ,he Dade Cou*Y Democrat* Par-
Partv ylG' chairman- Dade County Republican
K^H^Tff Cde f Fair Prac,ices as Miami
Dade County Fair Campaign Practices
Committee to Counter Smear Tactics
xecutive secretary; and
Stern director of the Eng-
Deaking Division for 17 years,
come administrative direc
. ..I man Vefroikin, education,
ir for 12 years, will continue
r! national staff officer.
JWV Post Holds
Installation Here
Installation ol new officers for
tin lurray Solomon Post 243 of
Con Gables was Sunday evening
7 Bird Rd.
! eatured speaker was Earl Fair-
clot! Outgoing commander. Mrs.
a R. Tucker, presented the
gavel to new commander. Michael
Schtihter. and assumed the post
01 chaplain.
Also installed were Solly
IVildsteiffl and1'-Howard Melnick",
Vic commanders; Morris Zipper]
quartermgster^ Joseph Hammer,
Officer of. the day; Harry Valko-
witz, Loo Ciment and Al Constan-
line, trustees; and Ainslee Ferdic.
judge advocate.
The Dade County Fair Cam-
paign Practice Committee was
established here recently. Con-
sisting of ten citizens represent-
ing the business, political and reli-
lious community, the group will
serve as a non-partisan voter edu-
cation group whose sole purpose
will be to call public attention to
unfair election campaign tactics.
Headed by Miami Attorney Rich-
ard A. Pallot, the group consists
of Rev. John A. Sweeney, of the
Gesu Catholic Church; Dr. Joseph
R. N'arot. ol Temple Israel; Rev.
Warren I. Densmore. of The
Church of the Resurrection; Mar-
cus Kyle, chairman, Dade County
Republican Party; William C. Mar
tin. chairman, Dade County Demo-
cratic Parly.
Also, Dr. Thomas Wood, chair-
man. Department of Government
oi the University of Miami; Her-
Bankers Named
To Committees
1 ude A. Renshaw. president,
and Milton Weiss, director and
counsel of Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. have rc-
eeived appointments to commit-
'"' of the United States Savings
nd Loan League.
Renshaw was named to the com-,
mittee on Federally Chartered In-|
stitutions, and Weiss to the At-'
torney'a Committee.
rh'1 League previously an-
nounced appointment of A. Louis;
Brown, Jr., executive vice presi
dent, and secretary of Miami;
Beach Federal, to the Investments;
and Mortgage Lending Committee.
Summer Camp
At Westbrooke
Westbrooke Country Club's Sum-
mer Day Camp will initiate its
third season right after the close
ol schools in June, club officers:
announced this week.
The nine week program starting
June 18 will include both half-
day and full-day sessions. How-
ever, the hall-day sessions will.
only be available to youngsters 1
'!'. to 6 years of age.
Mrs. Jane Schulman. WestbrookeI
Day Camp director, said the full-
day program will run from !> am,
to 5 p.m.. Tuesday through Sat-1
urday. and from 1 to 5 p.m.. on I
Sunday. The half-day program j
will run five days. Tuesday through.
Saturday.
Mrs. Scbulman introduced new
members of her Westbrooke staff
at a camp reunion last weekend.
New staff members include Mrs.
Carol Cynamon. Mrs. Iris Solo-
mon, and t pnnarr) c-h.iirtz.
bert Benn, president. Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce; Mrs. Doris Lee,
president. League of Women Vot-
ers; and William T. Krualak II.
representative of the Government
Research Council of Miami, with
Bosh Stack, president of Image,
serving as voluntary public rela-
tions counsel.
According to Pallot. "the com-
mittee has been in the discussion
Stages for several months and has
been activated because citizens of
this community are alarmed at the
unjustified abuse candidates have
suffered during political contests.
"Campaigning by smear, slander,
distortion and innuendo really
amounts to an attempt to cheat
the voter of his right to make an
honest choice. We encourage the
public to watch for and report
smear tactics and to turn the force
of public opinion against candi-
dates who substitute name-calling
and false rumors for argument,"
he concluded.
Founding inspiration of the or-
ganization was the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Jewish
Committee, of which Seymour
Samet is executive director and
David Fleeman, president. Pallot
is a member of the chapter board.
A Code of Fair Practices con-
sisting of seven key pledge com-
mitments was presented for signa-
ture to the 160-odd local candi-
dates in the Dade area who recent-
ly ran for State Legislature posts.
The committee is dedicated to
eliminating unfair or smear tactics.
During election campaigns it will
function as an educational and in-
vestigatory body handling specific
complaints when made and will re-
port its findings to the public at
large or to the proper regulatory
body.
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Witness in Trial Against Nazis
Has Tables Turned on Him
COBLEZ (JTA) A wit-
ness in the trial of 12 former Nazis
in the wartime murder of 35.000
Jews in the Minsk ghetto in Nazi-
occupied Russia was himself
charged with such killings and
arrested here this week for trial.
The witness was "Reinhardt Bre-
der, of Winkel. a 52-year-old econ-
omic adviser and former deputy
SD commander at Minsk. He was
confronted at the jury trial of
George Heuser and 11 other Nazis
with a Soviet "Brown Book" re-
cently submitted to the court.
According to the documents in
the Soviet publication, Breder
was responsible for the killing
of some 2,000 Jews at Sluik.
Breder denied the charge, say-
ing there never was "an execu-
Hfl pit under my command."
He also said he was elsewhere
at the time and was admonished
by Court President A. Rande-
brock to tell the truth. Several
public prosecutors in West Ger-
man courts recently held a meet-
ing here to study the documents
in the Soviet Brown Book.
Meanwhile..the court ruled that
ii was not necessary to call to the
witness stand a high official of
the Federal Ministry of Economic
Cooperation who has himself been
accused of having been a Nazi
collaborate. The defense had ask-
fd permission to put on the stand
this official. Dr. Frederick Karl
Vialon. The court r.Uled that the
questions to have been asked of
him by the defense "are not of
vital importance to the trial.''
Earlier this year. Dr. Vialon,
who had been an oflicial in the
.Nazi administration of the East-
ern Territories, was slated for ap-
pointment as State Secretary of
the Finance Ministry. After pro
tests against his choice for the
post, the position was given to
another appointee.
Joint Purim
Party Held Here
Bialik Branch of Farband and
Chaim Oreenberg Branch of Poale
Zion held a Purim celebra-
tion jointly with Pioneer Women,
Club 1. at Farband Cultural Cen-
ter on Monday evening.
Guest speaker was Dr. Isaac
Interman. noted Talmudic au-
thority. Beryl Morrison, cultural
chairman, was heard in several
readings. Also on the program
were Dr. Morton J. Bobbins and
Jacob Fishman,
Ben Minenberg, member of the
cultural committee of the Poale
Zion Branch, was chairman of the
evening.
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Friday, March 29, 1963
The Courier
Philip Houti has resigned as
ecutive \ ice president of the
tional ( ildren's Cat dia< Hoi
Ul Houtz, oi 3711 Pinetree
r. moved here in 1961 to accept
e Bositton with the hospital,
inch recently moved into its
w Si.800.IXK) home In the Metro
.Milan Medical Center. Houtz.
ho came here from Denver
here he was executive director
the National Jewish Hospital,
id he has no immediate plar.s.
Dr. Irving H. Black is presi-
r.t elect of the Florida Podia-
y Assn. The Lincoln Road
. liropo.iist advocates plenty of
alkmc. hut hasn't endorsed the
9 --mile craze Bernard Lit-
<~>an, ot Massachusetts Mutual
Life Insurance Company, placed
rver.th in the nation for lirst two
' lonth.s of 1%3 New members
: the American Institute of
v.P.A.s include Ira I. Bigman
. id Jay H. Rossm Bob Sieg-
i, of Hegel Oil Co., is attending
-.e annual spring meeting in
.icksonville of the Oil Fuel In-
ltuie of Florida Jack Ross,
back in his role as publicity chief
: the Algiers Hotel, continues
- chairman of the Miami Beach
iblic Relations Advisory Board.
Glad to hear that Beverlyj
Ketrsch, also a colleague of our;
l the same board. i out of the
jspital She had been named
inner of the 1&2 journalism
ward, along with two others, of
ie American Osteopathic Assn.
. Jack Tobin, president of
Tobtn and Rose Insurance Agen-
. y. announces the appointment
I E. R. Hcckman as bond man-
ner. Before joining the Beach
rm. Heckmar, was associated
ith the Federal Insurance Co..
. New York Citj
Back from Tallahassee, where
e atten ed a hearing mnduct-
1 by the Surplus and Excess
Lino* of the Florida Insurance
Nnmiaakm, la Frank C. Rose
Lawrence Singer, president
. Royal Castli System, is tea-
ired or. the 26th Labor Relations
1 orum of Stetson College of
... dated Apr 19 and 20. at
,e Carillon Hotel Also on the
am is Stuart Gordon, Sea-
aard Warehouse Terminals
rexj
Occidental L trance Com-
.;> Ich admin-
tet pro-
.ram. has -
o pol of a kej
i American cor-
oratlon i out to a $75
o premii i H
.an:~: Stanton A. Hyer Drill
eatured artist Mar ?6 .it Binder
U sic Hall : ne Blvd .
in a program presented by the
Greater Miami Organ Club .
Genera] Motors Acceptance Cor-
poration has named Al Budner,
of Luby Chevrolet's new car sales
staff, ;<- its outstanding retail
smart in the Miami area
Flagler Federal Savings and
Loan Association is staging an
exhibition oi 38 oil paintings by-
Franz Josef Bolinger. He's a
noted painter of the Everglades
. William Rarkind, of Miami,
head of the Home Life Insurance
Company of New York's local
agency, reports Fred Stone plac-
ed second in the company for
February sales production, after
finishing second for all of
1962 .
The Beach Councilmanic wars
are on. with Dr. Leo Grossman
assuming the role of major chal-
lenger to incumbents D. Lee
Powell, Marcie Uberman and
Melvin Richard. Status of Wolfie
Cohen remains a big qOestion
mark In North Miami Beach,
A. J. Kaplan, who finished sec-
ond to Dan Diefenbach last time
out. got off to a fast early start
in what promises to be an inter-
esting race for the mayorality.
New Four Freedoms retire-
ment hotel across from President
Madison i- under way Sen-
ior Citizens Synagogue and re-
lated projects in Miami Beach
have shuttered Congratula-
tions to Harold Gardner, of the
Fontainebleau Hotel, upon his
r.ew advertising and p.r. agency.
That Dow Jones industrial aver-
age sign of the Bache office, at
420 Lincoln Rd.. is taking second
place in interest to the intensive
jaywalking campaign on the cor-
ner of Washington Ave. A. J.
Schwartz, the manager, is not
related to adman A. J. Schwartz,
of 940 Lincoln Rd
Senior Citizens rally in Miami
Beach has been set back to May
12 at the Miami Beach Auditor-
ium so as to avoid conflict with
the state Hadassah convention
Apr. 28 Max Friedson and
Michael Sossin are handling ar-
ts for thi two- lay eon
with attorney Joe Weil ar-
i> national spei In I -
Leonard Rosen's Gulf American
Co. will be ii home
on B Blv i on schedule
New Miami Herald building
- Ibis weekend with most
paper facilities u-,
the world Lots oi luck to John
Kniqht and Miami's morning
dails
Beach Couple
Learn of Kaplan
Naming to Board
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Bieley. 7915
Byron Ave Miami Beach, have re-
ceived word of the appointment
by Goi Peabody, of Massachu-
setts, ot their son-in-law, Dr. Al
vin D. Kaplan, of Arlington, Mass.,
to the Massachusetts Hoard of
Veterinary Medicine,
Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan have long
been active in Jewish affairs in
the Arlington area. The) <
amore the founders ot the first
Jewish Community Center there.
Recently, the Center combined
with the Jewish Centers of Lex-
ington and Bedford, and the uni-
fied institution is now housed in
a new $250,000 structure in Lexing
ton facing the National Shrine oi
the Minutemen.
Dr. Kaplan has for a number of
yean occupied top leadership
posts in the Boston Combined
Jewish Appeal, and Mrs. Kaplan
is active in the Women's Division.
Mrs. Kaplan is also art supervisor
of the school system of Medford.
Mass.. and a profile on her was
included in a recent edition of
Who's Who in Education."
Each year at Chanuka. the Kap
lans and their son visit with Mr
and Mrs. Bieley. The Bieley s
have lived in Miami Beach 15
years, coming here origin* lh
"from New York City. Mr. Bieley
is a retired drug manufacturer.
Barton's Offers
Trip to Israel
A free round trip to Israel for
two awaits the boy or girl who
wins first prize in Barton's annual
creative writing contest this year.
The top prize-winning child, ac-
companied by an adult, will have
an exciting visit in Israel.
This is the 14th annual creative
writing contest sponsored by Bar-
ton's Candy Corporation, manu-
facturers of kosher chocolates and
baked delicacies. Its purpose is
to help bring children closer to
Jewish living through Jewish edu-
cation.
Full details about the contest
can be obtained at any of Barton's
candy departments, or by writ
ing to Contest Committee. Barton's
Candy Corp.. 80 DeKaib Ave
Brooklyn 1. NY
/ WHAT'S \
MY l
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Dr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Kaplan are shown with Massachusetts
Gov. Peabody iollowina Dr. Kaplan's appointment to the
Massachusetts Board of Veterinary Medicine.
Sky Lake Camps Set for Summer
"The Forward Look" will fea-
ture Sky Lake Camps in the Blue
Ridge Mountains for the summer
ot 1963, blending the tradition of
20 years of fun and enjoyment with
the newest in camping opportuni-
ties for children from 6 to 17.
Sky Lake Camps, in the moun-
tains of Northeast Georgia, has a
beautiful climate which is cool and
free of mosquitoes.
Sky Lake comprises more than
1.000 acres, including two large
sheltered lakes for swimming,
boating, skiing and all water acti-
vities; outdoor athletic facilities
including ba-eball. basketball, bad-
minton, tennis, archery: and nlle
range areas Sky Lake limits en-
rollment to 140 children so that
special attention can be paid to
each child.
Directing the camp will be four
people, including Donna Stein
metz, graduate oi Heaver College,
formerly associated with Camp
Mohajh.
Jack Alt man. connected with
Sky Lake for the past 12 Near-, in
the school system in Miami, who
has spent many years working
with children, including at the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center. He has a Master's de-
gree in education. 4*
Bernice Alt man, also connected
with Sky Lake for 12 years, has
taught in the Miami school sys-
tem for the past 10 years. She
was active professionally in the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center camp, nursery and chil-
dren's activities.
Donald Lichtenstein, former
I river-ity of Miami star athlete
and counselor at Sky Lake. He
received a Master s degree in
psychology at Louisiana State Un-
iversity, and is presently working
toward a PhD
Sky Lake Camps, a member ot
the American Camping Associa-
tion, will offer a full season of
eight weeks from June 23 to Aug
18. and two four-week periods.
June 23 to July 20 and July 21 to
Aug. 18

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Max Astor, president, will con
Max Astor, president was to con
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Friday. March 29, 1963
Golden Agers
Games Party
Golden Ape Friendship Club ol
mi YMHA.held ii* first
, ana games part las
week in the "Y" Auditorium
I || 16th Ave.
irman of the event was Mrs
| Rubenstein, and member
ol (he committee included Mrs
Braun, Mrs A. Bei rin, Mrs
b i el, Mrs. .1 Goodfriend, Mrs
parah Hams! urg, Mrs. Blsa Lang
| I Mrs A. Yasen.
\ Matter of Seconds," a film
| ,. itfa safety for senior citl-
..,,. presented at the Gold
, e Friendship Club of 111.'
liami VMHA on Sunday. ;! p.in
auditorium. Dr. Jean Jones
lerdue, a member of the Dade
junty Medical Assn., discussed
film.
The meeting is open to all adults
- ol age and over.
iscayne Chapter
lall Held Here
ne Chapter, National Clul-
i Cardiac Hospital, held
{Hearts and Flowers Ball" last
ek at the Hollywood Beach
lei.
cocktail hour preceded the
Iner, scheduled for 7 p.m.. and
Ire were dancing and enter-
innent throughout the evening,
fommittee for the even) include I
Charles Held Jr.. president;
Howard I'llman Jr., vice
tsident; Mrs. Jack Axelrod,
Lirman of the ball; Mrs. Paul
thman, ticket chairman; and
Is Milton KomitO, hostess chair-
In.
>urs Announced
it Biq Savings
.'orge Kronengold Travel Ser
re Miami Beach, this week an
iineed a seritjfl of tours to Europe
pd Israel at a savings "of at
. per person over the reg-
lar fares."
[The firm has announced that
I' Vpril tours are practicall.\
out."
to George Kronengold
\ I S ; \ ice. 540 Arthur Godfrey
(I lour- can be purchased for
ittli as |642, Including eighl
hvs of hotel accommodations with
kfast in Israel: a 28 day In
|i | iiidence Day tour, including a
lay motor coach trip in Europe,
|or St .099; a 22-day tour. Including
lour days in Rome and four days
li Paris, for $899; a 32-holiday. al-
lowing 20 days in Israel, three1
pays m Home, three days in Lu-
cerne, and four days in Paris.
sing deluxe hotels, for SI,249.
All flights are on El Al Israel
ir Line Jets and depart from
ew York.
Page 11-
Awaras Dinner Honors Pallot
An av irds d n n e r was held
here i in the Starlite Room
of the i-ii ic yne Tei race Hotel in
celebration ol Miami'- .selection as
"Third Cleanest city in the Na
lion."
According to E. Albert Pallot,
honorary chairman oi the City oi
Miami Beautlfication Committee,
Miami finished third, behind Chi
o an Philadelphia, in the
i ual competit ion, sponsored
the National 'Mean Lrp, pain
and Fix-Up Bureau ii
D.C,

Mayor Ri I rt King High
City Manager \i l\ in R se I
ed the ro ter ol civic 1 e a d e
and government officials par
paling in the award ceremoti)
Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood was host congregation to
the Jewish Music Festival ot Broward County recently. Fea-
tured was a narration and song entitled "Jewish Music
Through the Ages" under the direction of Cantor Ernest Stein-
er, of Beth Sholem, with Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Sholem, acting as host rabbi, and Mrs. Samuel
Mendelowitz as narrator. Bottom row (left to riqht) are Mrs.
Herbert Ungar, Miss Zelda Cushner, Mrs. Morris Freger, and
Mrs. Marylin Stiles. Second row are Cantor Yehudah Heil-
braun, of Temple Sinai, Mrs. Joseph Golub, Miss Betly Him-
meliarb, Mrs. Jack Frank, and Cantor Steiner. Third row are
Miss Barbara Himmelfarb, Rabbi Mendelowitz, Miss Ruth
Himmelfarb. Fourth row are Jack Lefton, David Cooper, Mor-
ris Axin. Not shown are Mrs. Jack Lemishow and Jack Hock-
man. Also participating were Pat Matthews, accompanied
by Mrs. M. Schwartz, Temple Beth El; and Cantor Ernest
Levin, Temple Israel.
Beach Banker Talks in Capitol
Arthur II. Courshon, chairman Hanking and Currency Committee
of the board of directors of Wash attending was Claude Pepper,
ington Federal Savings and Loan representing Miami's 3rd Con-
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Washington, D.C. Assn.
Courshon, 1863 legislative chair-
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spoke before the House Banking
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^JewistifhrlcUairi
Women's League
Torah Luncheon
Annual Florida Branch, Nation-
al Women's L*yue of the United
Synagogue of America. Torah
Fund Luncheon was held recently
at the Lombardy Hotel.
Rabbi David Shapiro, president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinic
Assn., was speaker.
A cantata. "My Child of Thee."
by Ben Aronin, was presented
by Beth David Sisterhood mem-
bers under the direction of Mrs.
Max Handshu.
Mrs. Seymour Mann is Florida
Branch Torah Fund chairman.
Friday, Match 29, \%^>
| Organ Recital Sunday
A gala Purim festival was
'held Sunday evening. 7:30 p.m., at
1 Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
sponsored jointly b> alT the or-
ganizations affiliated with the In-
stitute. Highlight of the evening
was an organ recital, Sisterhood
was host and served the trad
al refreshments.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor Herman K.
Gottlieb, founders of Temple Beth Shirah,
presented Citations of Honor to 11 members of
the new congregation's Advisory Council who
directed the growth and policies of the Recon-
structionist Temple from its founding on July
9, 1961 to the recent purchase of four acres of
land on SW 120th St. and 77th Ave., and its
next project of building the first unit of Social
Hall, Chapel, rabbi's and cantor's study, and
ten classrooms. Members of the Council are
(top row) Cantor Gottlieb, David Schaecter, Lee
Aerenson, Dr. Howard Lessner, Harry Burak,
Mrs. Jack Somberg, Morris Herman, Sidney
Stein, Seymour Drexler, Buddy Yagoda, Nor-
man" Miller. Bernard Friedland. Bottom row
are Dr. David Markenson, Leo Martin, Leon
Roth, and J. W. Baros. Leon Roth, Advisory
Council chairman, presided at the congre-
gational meeting on Monday. Mar. 18, in Suni-
land Hall, where the presentations were made.
Temple Beth Am winners in the recent county-wide art and
essay contest sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education
are back row (left to right) David Leopold, honorable mention
in art; Matt Engel, honorable mention in art; Pamela Gross-
ly.an, honorable mention in essay; Jeffrey Rosenberg, first
[ ze-winner in essay. Front row are Jack Weintraub, honor-
ab.e mention, art; Judy Fagin, second prize-winner in art;
Sammy Goldstein, first prize-winner in art; and Linda Green,
fourth prize-winner in essay. Not shwn is Laura Schwartz,
honorable mention in essay.
School Students
Present Play
Highlight of the annual Temple
Emanu-El Religious School As-
sembly held recently was
the presentation of a Purim play
by the Temple's Junior Players.
Directed by Trixie Levin, the
school's dramatics instructor, the
teen-age cast included Karen Adler.
Marjorie Freeman, Barbara Gor-
don, Arlene Greenberg, Diedre
Greene, Harvey Insler, Johnny
Kaplan. Eileen Karlson, Heidi Pen-
chansky, Lee Rosenhouse. Alan
Rosenstrauch. Selma Schickman,
Robert Shevlin, Max and Sam
Weingart, Benjy Stone and Wendy
Unger.
Gables Women
Hear Speaker
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
j Gables presented Dr. Leonard
] I. Lapinsohn. neurologist and psy
j chiatrist, at a meeting hell
on Tuesday evening at Hillel
: House on the campus of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Assistant professor of neurology
al the University Of Miami Med-
ical School, and author of many
. papers in his field. Dr Lapin-
sohn's topic was "Relationships
I Between Parents. Children and
Grandchildren." A question and
answer period followed the lei
i ture.
Program chairman was Mrs. Sici-
, ney M. Sanders.
Child Rescue Fund
The Child Rescue Fund of Pion-
eer Women's Club 2 I
from the Purim festival Spot
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Sarah Weisberg.
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Beth Shirch
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Fa hions by Dslingers, Tiki and
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Funds realized will go to the
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1% f #V
dassah leaders complete plans for the Ha-
ssah-Israel 15th Anniversary Luncheon on
u.sday. Apr. 4, at the new Doral Beach
:el. Front row (seated from left) are Mrs.
iclhy Krieger Fink, luncheon chairman;
ka Lillian Goodman, president of Miami
;ch Chapter; Mrs. Jack Katzman, Woman of
oi-Herz! Group; Mrs. Nat Barth, administra-
vice president, Stephen S. Wise Group,
or.d row (seated) are Mesdames Manuel
?:man, president, Shaloma Group; Hadas-
Fassler, president, I. R. Goodman Group;
..m Press, chapter Israel Bond chairman,
.retta Szold Group; Joseph Meyers, pres-
:,:, Israeli Group. Standing (from left) are
-.-.arnes Betty Feuer, Israel Bond chairman.
Couple Have
Golden Wedding
Golden Wedding anniversary
celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Jacobowitz. 1560 Drexel Ave., re-
cently at the CromwelHiotel.
Winter vacationers on Miami
Beach since 1936, the celebrants
became permanent residents 10
years ago, when Mr. Jacobowitz
retired from the New York Post
Office, having been with the de-
partment for 46 years.
The couple has two sons, Sid
Jacobs, of Miami Beach, and Mor-
ris, who lives in Brooklyn with
his wife and two children.
...

\
MK. M.i> MKS. ISADOKt JACOBOWITZ
Hanna Senesch Group; Al Wolf, Esther Group;
Joseph Rosenberg, president, Soulhgate
Group; Florrie Casselith, Esther Group; Meyer
Harris, Stephen S. Wise Group; Harry Nelson,
Israel Bond chairman, Brandeis Group; Philip
Thau, luncheon vice chairman, Brandeis
Group; Harry Platoff, Shaloma Group; Hany
Horwitz, Esther Group; Esther N. Roberts, Bay
Harbor Group; Herman Emil, Esther Group;
and Anne Grossman, Women's Division direc-
tor. State of Israel Bonds, Herzl Group. Not
shown are Mrs. Samuel Goldberg, presi-
dent, Morton Towers Group; Mrs. Mathilda
Washton, Brandeis Group; and Mrs. Ben Zeig-
mund, president, Herzl Group.
Goldmann Hopes Russell
Letter Will Help Solution
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. | principle of equal treatment of all
Nahum Goldmann, president of nationalities, to develop a policy
the World Jewish Congress, ex- in relation to Soviet Jewry which
pressed hope this week that the will assure for them full equality
Khrushchev-Bertrand Russell ex- of treatment with all other reli-
V*,
the Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood anniver- and Tobias Sussman. Standing (left to right)
:: luncheon at the Eden Roc Hotel are seat- are Mesdames Rose Protzel, Harry Koretzky,
Id left to right) Mesdames Sherman Kaplan, Harold Levey, co-chairman, Henrietta Lorber.
\lexander Kogan, chairman, Irving Lehrman, Murray Schwartzman and Jack Fox.
tc': Goldstein, president, Benjamin Greene,
Jj) i r t k a a x
change of letters on the subject
of anti-Semitism in the Soviet
Union 'may mark the beginning of
a new and positive approach to
the consideration of Jewish ques
tions in that country."
Dr. Goldmann described Prem-
ier Khrushchev's letter as a
"strong repudiation of anti-Sem-
'tism" which, he said, would be
widely welcomed. He pointed
out however that "the funda-
mental problems remain un-
changed. Religions other than
Judaism are granted the facili-
ties to maintain national federa-
tions of congregations with com-
mon institutions to serve com-
mon purposes, and to associate
with and participate in interna-
tional organizations."
"Similarly," Dr. Goldmann con-
tinued, "nationalities however
small, other than the Jewish are
encouraged to develop their own
distinctive culture and receive j
massive support from the authori- j
ties for this purpose. This differ-'
ence of treatment has been a
cause of anxiety to Jewish com-
munities throughout the world as I
well as to large bodies of inter-,
national public opinion deeply
committed to the promotion of
closer international understand-1
ing.
"We address an earnest appeal j
to the Soviet authorities, in ac-|
gions and nationality groups.
Welcomel/%n
Honors Special
Family Occasions
Your Welcome Wagon Hostess
will call with a basket of gifts...
and friendly greetings from reli-
gious, civic, and business leaders
of our community when your
family celebrates a sixteenth
birthday, announces an engage-
ment or the birth of a new baby.,'
or moves to a new home.
When the occasion arises, phone
HI 8-4994
liter. Leah, born Mar.
ookryn to Juliette and
lloimio Rothberg. Joins sisters
5, and Chaya 4. Paternal
(parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Hothberg. also of Brooklyn.
mal grandparents, Mr. and
Sam Schachno, celebrated
aby'j arrival with an open
party Friday evening in their
t 4515 Sheridan Ave.
1 A son, Craig, born to Janet and;
! Richard M. Fleischer. 4850 SW
91st Ave.. joins brother Glenn.
! Grandparents are Dr. and Mrs.
Seymour M. Blumcnthal. Dr.
Blumenthal is a consulting psy-
chologist and marriage counselor.
mjNGTONl
H0TE1-BATHsJ
NEW
HEALTH
with every
son, Steven Paul, born
- to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
hwertz, of Cocoa, Fla. Older
Mhers are David Alan 4, and
k. Larry 2. Father of the trio
| r partner in the CPA firm
ikM Schwartz, and Rothchild.
Itt mal grandfather is Nat
|h- rtz, of Normandy Isle. Mat-
nal grandparents are Mr. and
ts. Arthur Sweigenthal, of Mi-
He is executive director of
Riverside Memorial Chapels.
Zionist Luncheon
Club Wednesday
Miami Beach Zionist District
weekly Luncheon Club meeting
'was held on Wednesday noon
at Waldman's Hotel.
Afternoon honored Herman
Weintraub. district treasurer, and
veteran Zionist.
Guest speaker was Dr. Har-
ry E. Wolk. whose subject was
1 "Medicare." A member of the
Dade County Medical Assn., and
a graduate of Berlin's Medical
I College, Dr. Wolk has observed
] socialized medicine in Hungary,
I Austria and England.
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* #<#' inhridirun
Friday, March 29. 1963
Making table decorations for Council's annual
Angel Luncheon .-re seated (left to right)
Mesdames Harry Kirson, Lincoln Division;
Hyman Mintz, Indian Creek Division; Samuel
\:rstein, Indian Creek Division; Charles Milkes.
ray Division; Raymond B. Rubin, Section pres-
. ::ent; Jess Spirer, Section ways and means
Lubfn to Receive
Silver Wings
Second Lieut Herbert Lubin has
ered United States Air Force
1-.1l ir tr;:ininy al James Con-
y AFB, Tex
Lent. Lubin. who has a BBA ele-
ee from the University of Mi-
. will receive radar and celes-
navigation training in Air
rce T-29 "Flying Classroom"
: craft.
- ill of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
lin, of 3800 S\V 2nd St., the
tenant 1- married to the lor-
layne Magnus.
vice president; and Sheldon Slote, Islands
Division. Standing (left to right'1 are Mrs. Doris
Medcove, Lincoln Division; Mrs. Irvin Wein-
ri'h, Tp'ands Division; and Mrs. Emanue! Pol-
lack, "Angel Luncheon" decorations chairman.
'Ihe luncheon is scheduled for Friday, Apr. 5,
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
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Ph. JE 1-3612 Ph. UN 6-6171
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Samuel Feuerstein (right), national president of the Associa-
tion of Hebrew Day Schools in America and Canada, poii Is
to the large founders plague dedicated this week in the main
lobby of the Hebrew Academy. The plaque, made of two-
inch thick solid walnut, has name slots for 2C0 founders of the
school. Looking on is Louis Merwitzer (center), president of the
Hebrew Academy, and lacob Cohen, honorary vice president
of the school and endower of the plaque.
Founders Plaque Dedicated Here
ROOF LEAK?
CALM.
vie tor com*
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a new one. For free
estimate phone:
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^ i:(M>ia\i.
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A founders plaque, seven ft. long
and five ft. high, this week was
dedicated at the Hebrew Academy
ol Greater Miami, 2400 Pine Tree
Dr.
Carved from two-inch thick solid
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SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM MADE
DraperiesSlipcoversBedspreads
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walnut, the plaque was endowed
by Jacob Cohen, honorary vice
president ol the school.
Designed by Sam Willig, of Art
and Design for Industry, the
plaque is lined with aluminum,
copper and chrome, with name
slots for 200 founders of the
$1,000,000 newly constructed
school.
Attending the dedication cere-
monies in addition to Cohen were
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy, Louis
Merwitzer. president of the school.
and Samuel Feuerstein, national
president of the Association of He
brew Day Schools in America and
Canada.
The plaque, placed in the main
lobby of the Academy, is titled
"Founders Hall of Torah."'
LEGAL NOTICE
, ,IM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF "
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAof
COUNTY. IN CHANGER/
No. 63C 2403
ni.KASU R
i \ ctcrani
hi I'nlti d Btates il <
i... in h.ii i>r
tne.r isslans,
i- i
Eban Differs
With Guricii
JERUSALEM (JTA> Abba
Eban. Israel's Minister Ol EdUCa- WASLJ$ BRBNNAN and K
nun. took issue in Parliament this kkanckb urennan, uu w .
week with Prime Minister Ben- "'" Nfj'f.cE of suit
cut-ion on the question ol "com- t<>: htaxi.ey hhenn.w and i \
pulsory and tree high:school edu-
cation m this country- Eoan -,,.,.-,- ,.i said u
proposed instead a policy of "tree ;;---
secondary education ror those wno creditors, i:.,,
are adept and who wish it." -no^J *
Khan stated his views as he dis '"'- ''*' r. I U
cussed before the Knesset hisj yoi'aiik hkrkiiy nu
Ministry's 1963-64 budget, calling > suit h..* bXhjin"
for I200.000.000. He described the r of > '.
Ben-Gurion formulation on hi |h "" i"nitd
. ,. ,., ., ......__ 111* .-" "i.- ii
school education as imth imprac- ,,, ,..., .,.., ,,_ ,.
|i< al ami unnecessarj.
Ilium!.. I llfj III.
I |l|l, .1 |l| .]..! v |
He said thai 60 per cent ol Is- \m i. Him* *' of kirbt m
,. i ,i r tii in Ti i >i "i in i.i
rael youth between the ages ol .,..
.,",1 17 were ettini a high 'I I" J*l I
111 1.1 .
school education. He argued thai ;
this was among the highest per- *-
, H<-r wiiii tn<- i li i ^>
centages in the world, and ex-
pressed ihe view thai a vouth over
.i ... i_ 11 i_ ... i n-fiire April in hi
ihe age ol 16 shoul; be permitted
a choice between further school- iiklmax, kaii.ax x it
i .. ..i .. i. i iiii-i
and initiative toward a craft .. n .
and economic independence, if i *'> i '
.1. i i. i.:... ni'l ,!:''' I'll I"
these beckon to htm.
Mr Khans report showed that, ih.....i
, the pas) three years. Govern
menl subsidies to hij-h schools t i im demanded
DATED Ihls Gth iln> of Mil I
K II I.E VTHERM \N
rose from l 9,000.000 a yea
0) iii I 20,000,000 (about $6,-
700.01
Oil
I I ii ii r / C --
i '. i. ul ih i
Dude Com
II) K M IA >l IN
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NOTICE UNDER
F'CTIT OU NMVE LAW
\i iTli i: is in:i:i:r.\ i
hi iimiI- l kIh lied, I 11 iii'_' |.. .n
-.- undi i ttii- flctll Ii
IHAX PHATBAI VI'
M l-'XTS hi Iv":' Mel Idlan A > til
I irlila Im '
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II VKI -I.I STIUMI'K, KSI
SCHNEIDERMAN. Mm
S\V Ii III.
WE.SER. \U ;, 'il III
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BLRMAN. '.;
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GOULDER. I Col-
Wi i I'VI !.
HERSHOFF, Mn
Mi' I Mai J Kl>
KRAMER. Mil ......VV.-Hl
LAPIDES. i i
Mhi l I:
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PATRON. II
JIPtNHE MER, Hi
SCKAFFLR. M
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St.,
ROSENBERG.
S\V SSHh As. illi .
WILDER. Ml 11
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GCODMAN. Ml I".i
S\V : Cordon
HENSHAW. II I.. I I, I -,
X. win..ii.
I UPOVICH, .- l i i i I > -" V""!--
v .. .i. rt>: II ,;;', n:.\M'!> P AND!
I i r i 111 Ave
BRAHINSKY. M, IR7 K\V .. u A-1,1' ; N'
\s,. ,i,,,i i',!,. >: Newman N ': hereby notified thai a B I
Davis. Cin.'.nu.l. x.. Una m.,i ii. '. 'iu'Ihimi for Divorce na
i died I'. Ii -l Rivei -ill. iKali I > ou, and >"o I
SCLOW. Samuel, 71, 3\v] s Docan iiulred ti nerve .. opy of you
I r II..11'. .....I I ... dii IF to '' MM- ol
l: ,.' "ii Ihe ul.iintllT'M Attorney, SHKV1X.
CECKER, William. 71. 1121 Indian tJoodmau A Hollxnuui .""I '
1'ieeh in .li.-.l i-".i.. ft, Klvemld. ul Annww Plea In '<"
Epstein. Benjamin, so, ..f in .-u f the Clerk of the Cii
:mli Ave., .li.'i I.i. *1. Riverside "" before the 8th day ol >
STANLEY. Edward, S2 ITS \K 82nd If yu fall i" do no, Judgmenl bj
Ter., died F\-b 24. Rivei will l ink.-n againHt |
BERman. Mark, 77. J2."> Colliiu Avi emanded in Ihe Uiil "' '
'li.il Mar. 16. Rivemlde ptali
finkle. Mr- llertha, 7". of 117". Cot- i Thl notice ihall be published onc
Una \v... .ii,.I Mui 17 RiverMde each week for four consei itlvi week"
SECOENfeld. Harry, of 1751 Collins in THE KWIHH fi.oKIMAN
\\.-. died Mn 16, Newman. DONE AND ulU'KUKI' at !
GODLAS, i.....ix.-. i;1... ,.f i:'i Euclid Florida, this isi day of March A.D.
Avi dli .1 Mai ) Riven Ii
PINTO. Antonio, 8.-i, of 1311 NW 175th 17 R NEATHERMAN. Clerk
' .im ..in I, I'.iil.- Count: >"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREin 111' B
ili.
I
HEAP I'll VRI.IB al
\ ml H
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Circuit ''
Ida
K vri'A.M ENTER PRISES, '

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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOI
COUNTY. iN CHANCERY,
No. 63C J'.Ol
K :i I'l I ANI lERS,
M Ull I HANCES P. ANI BUS,
I..I.I
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Kt ili. .1 Mar. 15. Hlasbeig-Xew-
in wi
weber. Emma, 78, ..r no xoth Kt
1 Mar. 16 Blasberg-Newman
(seal) U> : C P COPEDAND
Deputy Clerk
sh.vin, noodman a Holtsman
freeman. Ralph .-. 19, S2 NW 346 hev'bold Uulldinfj
JL!L^Vel.dlJd M' '' Rlversld. Miami 32, Florida
BORROK. Nathan l 68, of 1990 Bo Attorneys for Plaintiff
ii lilscus Dr., .ii.-.I Mar. 11, Klver-
Klde i___________________________
I J-16
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Phone JEfferson 8-0721
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGED
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THRIFT SHOP
All Your furniture, Clothing,
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PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP
THE JEWISH HOME FOR
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7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Ph. 696-2101
Closed Saturdays
Solomon. Harry 82, died Mar. IS notice under
iliV2,,dV; FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
, ^ ,', Mefr" '" "' v:i ':'nl Sl NOTICE is HEREBY OIV
^n^oo..:'. l;. i;,"r the underslKiied, deslrlns; to el
GROSSMAN, Samuel. 69, of 815 S\V I business under the fictitious na
im 've., Hallandale, died Mar. ALEXANDER REALTY CO al l"
'' ';!"'' N.W Urd Ave.. Opa-Locka, F
f, i. s,";"';' '",'.."f SB0 v"u- tond >.....Hater said nami
. fv'I'm ;l,-'l-:Nr". Wveralde. clerk of u..- Circuit Court of !'
fii^ i \i : "."' s-",'-"l"x Av- County. Florida.
died Mar. 13 Riverside. ALEXANDER 8HARP8TE1N
LEV.NE Jack j.. 71, ... ,_......| Ul,., *ljBX*tao*rn -
.....d Mar. ll. Riverside. I/8-16-S3-B
MILLER. Mrs. Ethel, (4, "f 'Ji'.i.: u
t-asablanca Dr., Mlramar, died
Mar 13 Beyer.
PHILLIPS. (Olga, 77.. of :il":! BW 81 sl
St., died Mn. 13. Hi.r.l..n
BENDER. Louis, 7 1. of 380 NW S..
River Dr., died Mar. 12. Rlversld
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VI
ih,' underslsned, dealrlni '
htl
sn -'
in business under the fictitious n;"
FRANKEL. EilbeTh K.T tSS."^ j ^^^^'"oclST Wvef MU!
Beach, ki.i Intends to resjlster
i.i,
frankfurt. Wiiiiiim Murray, :.!'
ol ;:::: s\v 33rd Ave., died Mar. n'
Riverside.
Leonard. Oscar, 7, died Mar. 11.
Riverside.
sandler. Vivian, it. (>r 2720 BW
Ind Ave., died Mar. 9. Gordon.
STEIN. Joseph, 73, nf 11.10 NW 26th
Bt.. .li.-.l Mm-. 11, a .i.l'.n
JAFFE. Mrs. l.illl.in. .;.;. ,,f 717 s.-,n,
-1 died Mar, II Riverside.
ZATS, Mrs, Annie Teller, 96, of U6
nib St., died Mar : Riverside,
name'wlth'tn'e'clerk ..f the Circuit I
Court of Pads County, j-"i"ii-'.t.
RAMON A U. fJOMEZ
HIRSCHHORN. Mrs Him. Bl, ";"/r
111..1M Ax.-., died Feb. 2.".. ,.1,1'",,,
DAVIS, Mrs. Bertha. *' ";M |,a> '
.li.-.l I'.ii 27. Riverside.
GOLTSMAN. Alfred (Hcotty). '
CoUlns Ave., di.-u Mar. 3. '
.1


Friday. March 29, 1963
Jfert*U #iW*/*r5M7
Page 15-"
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. bJC 3,00
VIi.X BRENNER,
I'l.uniifl.
i KNJ.VMIN BNEXNER,
|. leiidnni.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Cii I I-..N.I AMiN I Kr.NNI-.i:
. i : Mi in Pleasant Aven u
1 uadelphla, Pennsylvania
y ire herebj notified thai n Hill
mplalnl loi I ilvorce has la i ii
,. ,.ii-i j ou, an.i you ni e n -
... .,,\, .i ropy uf your An -
t i i n.: to the Bill ..I l '11111-
oii Hi. ..intni'- Attorneys,
l \l t ... f .V .1 II. Ij i,,||
. id, Miami Beach, Florida, and
... i Vnaaer or l 'leading
till l ,fl K uf l I..- .t -
court -n ..I before the 2nd uaj
1963. ir you fall to do .-...
ij default in l taken
. -t you for the relli l demandetl
i in,. I.in ... f.....plaint..
I it INK AND ORDERED :ii Miami,
; his 2ulh ii.15 ..I Man h, 196 I
,. H. LKA'I lll-.ii.M.\N. Clerk
It Court, Dade County, F'lorida
-,..nj by: I-. BNKmt.a
i leputj 'lerk
h'.illunoff, Waller .v l.ilman
\- ... ney for I'lalntlff
|i. Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fla.
,, ,.i ge ,i. Taitandff
:: 28-29. i 5-12
vmyem
BY HENRY LEONARD
?Wm\ Am-Mikvah
"I & Public Rihial Bafh
..__
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL DISTRICT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 2719
- m: \ CUMMIXUS
Plaintiff
tRTHUR MERVIN CUMMIXGS
i tefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i MtTIII 1! MERVIN CCMMJNOH
...6 Weal 6th Street
r.looniiinctoii. huh.in.i
yt.r, ARTHUR MERVIN CUM-
MINOS, are herebj notified that a
mplaint for divorce has been filed
-t you and yoU are required to
a copy of your answer uf plead-
_ i.i th.- complaint for divorce on
. plaintiff's attornes ALAN 8. ROS-
KNTIIAL. 1111 Ainsley Building, Ml-
l-'li.i iii.i. and rile the original
-wer or pleading in ih*' Office Clerk .! the circuit Court on or
th.. I.'.th il ij of April 196S.
if you fall to do .-... Judgment bj
ult will 1.. taken against you for.
relief demanded In the complaint
llvoi
IhiNK ami ORDERED at Miami,
la, this 13th day "i March, 191
E B. I..EATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
lit Court Heal)
B> K. M. l.VMA.v
ty Clerk
:: 15, 22, 29, I 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL DISTRICT
IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 2713
f< s tlLEAFoN, JR., as Admlnistra-
[t..r ..' Veteran* Affairs, an officer !
[ih.- '. 'it- il States of \ mi l< ... .hi.l
11. .,,..-,.- .n such office, and lib
Ir ns Igns,
iKRU'K C KWA I.I", el al,
. ii t-
IMOT.CE OF SUIT
n FREDERICK C. KWAI.D
o Smith
KIM) I -: i rl Hi Ights Pni'kU n;
District h. km.-. Maryhnvl
: I VRK HKREHY .Ni IT1KIED
- .i it ) ..- been brought nsl
. .1 s i ILK VSi IN, .IK a* Ad-
.. V. ; iiti- \ i'I., if-, .in
of || i nlted Stnti of \
i III* Mil. -M.i.- in such n
or th. Ir assigns, In fn
i ir iberlng the follow
bed pvoperty, tn-w1
in, of i:i:v!.-'-!>
\T Ol t It i': Tli IN >F TH '-
- r \ I 'I >1T!< >N TO CAH
v. tn the pin I theri
in I-,.. ,i,i, ,| i |>liil Rook 8 il
i, of the puhlle f cord* "i
, i |
,,ii required to fl'e
. r v It It the Cli k > .: '1 '.nl., inly, '
Co 'i, M I da,
- I., fi re Vprll R "" I, and lo
.i catty of -ti. h i'ii- t- ni.....
I! 1 .1 M \\". KAPLAN .v
M \ N. I'l.iit..... ntti ii" ^-.
iddi I ; Hftj Build-
ISO S.W I I -t Sti '. Ml 'mi 38.
!u, o -i date, b
. > ol l-'i r da If
. i ni t......... th.....mplalnl will
taki -- .1 In you and
i Confi -" wl'l be enter-
, the relief demand-
i.l in the complaint.
K ; i i, lath day of Mai ch,

i: B LEATHRRMAN
' '-k of | hi 'i. it Court
1 tadi i "ountv. Hot Id i
B) C I- t'OPEl \NI>
ill-pun 'lerk
US. HKIMAN, KAPLAN
a i'VTSMAN
Kleven-Flfti Building
- W Ktreel
i 18, Florida
.: 16, 21, 29, I 5
| IN THF COUNTY JUnftC'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58595-A
IN UK: Beute ..'
I II.1.1 VN 1MUIN
I',-. .;,.-, ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
VII Creditor* and Atl Peraona Jtnv.
I",": Claim* or Demands Vgainsl Said

VTou :n-,. hereby notified and re-
Quired to present an) claims and de-
mands whirh yon may have aealnal
'it. ol i.ii.I.ian ucitiN de-
'i 'i late -.f i iade County, Florida
tin- Countv Judge* "f Dade Coun
tv, ii.m| fn,. ii,,. l):l,. |n duplicate tnni
* l>rovlded in Section 78S.J6, Florldn
-. in th. Ir offices in the Coun-
rthouse In I >ade Coutitv, Flor-
|'-|. within six calendar months from
of the first publication here-
r the same 111 o* barred.
l ;it Mlnml, Florida, this is da;
ebruarv, A.l> | I
EL \\i ii: l-'( IRTER
,,.. Administratrix
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
,'arnej for Administratrix
HI Ainsley minding-
r-""t. Florida
:i S-1S-22-2S
'All right. Who's the wise guy that
put the bubble bath in the Mikvah?"
Copr. 1*6J, Doytnu Produdioni
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 1U68-^<
I \< KSuN S IHSCOCNT CORP.
.i Kim i.ln coriHirailon
Plaintiff.
ROOSEVELT WARE,
I'. i. n,l.nit
Noi Ot OF PUBLICATION
Ti < Rl IOSEVKLT WARE
I39U S.W, 'tli Streel
Miami, iorlda
you .in- herebj pot If led that :m
Action of Replevin has lieen filed
Hgnin.-t >ou, .in.i "i an Ie serve n cop> of youi' Answei or Plead-
ing t.. tin Vctlon of Replevin on the
Plaintiff's Attorneys, SHKVIN, tlOOD-
MAN & HOLTZMAN, 346 Seybold
Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the i ffli of the Ch k of the Small
Claim* i 'i.iiii ,in ..i before th. 19th
nay ol April, 1963. at ::" A.M. If
\..u rail t" do *o, Judgment bj default
,iii i.. taken against you tor the re-
:.. t demanded in the Action of Re-
pli \ in
in,- notici shall be published .....<
each .. K lor fmn Hive K< eks
in Till) JEWISH I l.nltll'IAN.
WITNESS n.> hand and the seal of
Florldd ni f.ii'i ".'"t in D.uie County,
Fii i ,i. ibis 18th day of
Maivh, I9S3.
.i,. .1 PAPP V.-. Clei k.
Small i '.uih- Coun ..t I >ade
'oUlll> I* l"^ UlH
Iseal) By: i ...BI I.K MARI.I IW
i., ., M > cli rk
;: 22-29, I ^-l^
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
oou.. i (. iN oHA.NCfcKY.
No. 63C 2S02
l\\UII>.\n \ ..' MM K' "II11 'SI 'II.
rf,
i IANS l\( i.M III ISi Ml.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2304
MARCELLA COREI.LA Ql'INN,
Plaintiff,
\\ II.I.IK Ql'INN,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
you, WILLIE QL'INN, Route I,
Box 215, V'axoo City, Mississippi, are
notified to serve h copy ..t your an-
swer to Divorce Complaint filed
against you on Plalntlfra attorney,
CEORUK Mi'lh 'I.AS. 612 N.W. 12lh
Avenue, Miami 36, Florida, and flh-
original with clerk ..f tin.- Court on
or before April 23rd, 1963, otherwise
complaint will be confessed by you.
Duti'd March 19, 196 I
i: H, I.KA IHKK.MAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
w ,h B : C. P. OOPELANU
Deiiuty Chi k
3 22-29, I ^-1-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 58665-C
IN RE: Estate of
MAROARET M. HALLBT,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing L'laims or Demands Againsl Said
Estate:
Vi.ti are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any clalma and de-
mands which ^i'ii may have against
the estate ol M A i:i :.\i:kt M. IIAl.-
LEY deceased late .,t" Hade County,
l-'."riiiii. to the <'ount> .in.i; ol
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the Countj Court-
housi in I'mI.- County, Florida, with-
in >i.\ calendar months from tin- date
of the flrsl publli ui ion he.....f, or the
.-.uiii' will be ban d.
MARION TEF I'A. Executrix of
the K- it. ..I Margaii I M. Hall, y,
.l.i-i aaed.
tSoldmnn, Ooldstein & Pacxler
A t tul ni-v s
:'l"l VV'csl Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
:l 22-29, I :]:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORiDA. IN PROBATE
No. S8918A
IN RE Estate of
HAitHi N. SCHWARTZ a k ..
HARRY SCHWARTZ
I I.', .'IIM'.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
I'.m a t:
Vim are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .-tut. ..I HARRY N. SCHWARTZ
.i k a HARRY SCHWARTZ deceased
ii.....if i linn- Coutiiy, r'toriua, iu >.'
County Judges ol Dade County, and
file the -i...... in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section '.;::. l',. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Count)
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within -i\ calendar months from the
time uf tin- first publication hereof,
ni- the i-anif will in- barred.
Dated at Miami. Ii.ni.ia. tli- 18th
da5 ..( March, A.D. 1963.
i i-..ii:i. si ii v .m;tz
a.- Executrix
First publlcatl.....>f this notice on
i he _11. ...i "i Mai i'n. i.......
SIMON, HAYS & URCNDWERQ
Attorney for FJxei utrlx
..mi Ain.-l. \ Blug., .Miami :'.-'. Florida
:: 22-29, I 5-12
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notice**.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
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for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58705-A
IN RE: Estate of
SAMl'KI, S. SIDLE
11. i-onsed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ..ml All Persons H
iim Claims or Demunda Agalnat Si
Estate:
You are hereby notified and i--
quired t< present nny claims and d--
mands which you ma} have agaii
the estate of SAMCE1. B. slid. :
.1., ,i-..I lute of liade County, I-Ii
Ida, tn th.- Count} Judges ol Da
County, and file the same In th.
offices in the County Courthouse
Iiinl.. County, Florida, within six -.
endar months from the dati "f i
n .-t publication hen "f. or the s.i
will be barred.
MERLE I. SIDLE
I'l.i IRENCE JEAN .I.M'1 RS( >N
BEItNICE SLATER
A- Co-Executors of the Last Wl
iiml I.-tain, in of SAMUEL 8.
Ml ILE, I leceased.
LE( >NARD II. Wl n.l'
Vttorne> for Exi i utors
1 ir." S.W. l-'i, -I St.
Miami. Florida- F'R 3-6381
5-22-:
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i ...nt
.cfl TO APPEAR
IAN- KOMHOSCH. 1171 Bush
I i,ui. .-. ii, '..Ii' .i
ii..i ii. i :.. servi a co|iy "t"
;.. ., *. 11 ,'.' lit t"l di -
, .. ,i akalnsl
I, Ii i ui.: it i
i .nun i -"' i 'alu-
,, ml, F*la., nnd fib
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLEVtNTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Ni. 68C 2803
DAVID O. THOMAS,
Plaintiff,
\ s
I.i IRETTA B. THOMAS,
I i.f.iiil.iiii.
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOU, LORETTA B. THOMAS, 213
Wlillum Street, iMunge, New Jersey,
are herebj notified t" serve a copy ol
\..... answer t" a Complain! for di-
vorce fib 'i igalnst you by I'm Id O.
Thomas, on plalntlfns attornej Claude
M. Bnrnea, 2H3 Calumel Uldg., Miami,
I la., on or before April 22. 1981, snd
file the original with the clerk >< the
..i,\. i "ourt, ol hei Ise ii i n Pro
i'..nti--... will be entered ngu nsl you
I lated March 15, 196 I
i; i: i.i: vniKK.M AN. Clerk
i Mi. nit i '..lift. I lade "ount>. I
Iseul) By: C. P. COPEL Wl'
I u-puti Clerk
2-29, I 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS III.KKliV GIVEN thai
. the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
i.i SAV-ON PRINTING .V OFFICE
.-iI'l'l.Y intend t" register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "i Dade County, l.....'Ida.
WILLIAM s. SCHANTZ
S.VftAH QOLDMAN
partners
:: 28, 29, 1 B, 12
IN
111
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVEN thai
ih.- undersigned, desiring t" engagi
in business under tin- fictitious name
of CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN, at
is.'.n N.W. 12nd Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, intend t" register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ol Dade County, Florida.
MIAMI AIRPORT M"'l'i:i.
\ i loiidn coi poratlon
l:. Harry Seei e, I 'i esli
SAMIIM. W. SHAPIRO
Attornes for Appllcanl
1/15, 2 I
CO.,
nt
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUD"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58I08B
RE: Estate of
BERNARD S. l.l'IT
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors snd All Persons II
Ing Clalma or Demands Agaii
Said Estate:
Yon are hereby notified nnd raqul -
ed to present nnj claims and d
mands which you may have agaii -
the estate of BERNARD S. I.ITT, de-
ceased late of Dade ('.unity. Florid
to ih.- County Judges "f Dade Cou -
1 ty. and file tin' same In duplicate ai
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
statin.-, iii their offices In the Coil
' tv Courthouse in Dade County, H1 -
Ida, within -i\ calendar months tn
the tin.....r Hi" flrat publlcatl
' he.....t. or the name w ill la- barred
Dated nt Miami, Florida, this
da) of Man h, a.i >, 1963.
MARTIN ISCBINSTEIN
\- Kxecutor
l-Mist publication of tins notice
ih.- ir.th day ..t Man h, 1968.
Mil/n iN A. i'i:ii:i'M \N
i Attorney for Kxecutor
,iiii Alnsli > Building
3 l^. 22, 29,
NOT CF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
voTicE is iikki:i:y i-.ivex ti
.i.i i-sl Ihr t,. engage
notice UNDER imsln^ss under ti.. fictitious name
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW CORONAIMI KI'l'DIOM at 1"TI N
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN 1 li;it- T'.'tli Street, Miami, Florida Intend!
the undersixned, desiring to etieattt in ^ i -nt nuiin ivith the Clerk
huslness under the ti. titi-.u- name ..| the Cireuil Courl .! Dade Conn
PFJRSl iNNEL PittM1RAM8 at 9ii S >\ Kloi

he Cli rk
.. i, i. '
ecree pro conres "
n-t you.
ii.,,
... I. d.\N, Clerk
,
CliPEl.AND .
lieputj lerk
2-29, I 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HHRBB1 fllVEN
the underslvni d, d< Iiir t" i
In business mi.I- rl Itlous lla
,,: ALLIED HtlTEL Sl'PTL^
thai
ii-

1649 N VV. 36th St., Ml mil,
t, mis tn register said name
, >i, : u ,,f the Circuit Courl
i 'ount> I Iorlda.
PABLO PEREZ
sole owner
RKOKOE i: BARKKT, !'--
Attorney for owner
i-i.i 'i-
with the
of Dade
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
NO. 58604A
In RF"! Estl......f
BEATRICE MEYER
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Bntatv:
You are hereby notified and rcquir-
,,i to present nny claims and demands
which you may hav. njj'lnj,1 ''"'
estate of BEATRICE MEYER, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to to* County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, ami til. the same In duplicate and
is provided In Section 733 It. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar month
the ti""' of the flral publl. atlon hi re-
nt ,., the -"". will I barred
Dated nt Miami, i lo Ida. this I 1th
day of March, A D. 1963.
HARRIET KLINE
JAMES II. MEYER
As Exeputoi -
First publication of this notice on
the lMh day of Mai h, 1963.
-IMnN, HAYS .v ORl'NDWERQ
attorneys for Executors
Wl Ainsley Bulldlna .
,t I.i, _-, KV| '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2883
.1 S i; LEAS! >N, 1!'... a- Vdmlnls
,,i v,-:. runs Airah m......'i i thi
I'nlted Stun of >'.',' i ind I
in s ii ;j off...... and his or
their ai 'lgn
! ilnt iff,
\ .-
KR VN i- I) RI'llERT ii"l \.\ 1 'I \
M, RI'HI RT, his wife, t al.
11. i.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: I I! VNCISI 'i i Rl" BERT and
I VI HA M. Rl'BBRT, his v\ Ife,
if luiiii:. Including anj unknown
spouses ..f s.iid Defendants it' they
ha\. ii marrli d i d II di ad, ihelr un-
known heirs, ,i. \ 1st t -. granti es, as-
. ir lienors, trusti i -.
and all other pel sons claiming I)..
through, under or agalnat these Di
fendants, whoae realdences are un-
known.
Yin AKi: HEREBY KOTIFH D that
it .-nit has been brought ngainst you
bv I. S. OLEASON, -lit., as Admin-
ol Veterans Affairs, an Offl-
,i the Cnlted States of America,
nnd his successors in such Office, and
in- i.i their assign*, tn foreclose a
mortgage encumbering the following
described property, to-wlti
I...ts 17 ui.I in, In Block ... of NORTH
SILVER CREST, adorning t" the
i.lat thereof, recorded in Plal Book
it, at page II, of the public records
..f ii;i.ii' County, Florida:
and you are required to file your an-
swer with th- Clerk of thi- Circuit
Couat of Dade t'.nnty. Florida, at the
Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or
before April 38, 196S, and t,. serve a
cops of such answer upon MYF'RS,
HKIMAN, KAPLAN & CAT8MAN,
rinintitf's nttorneys, a'hose address la
Eleven-Fifty Building, IIM B.W. First
Street, Miami 36, Florida, on or be-
fore said date, as required by the
laws ..f Florida. If you fail to do so,
the complaint will In- taken as con-
,, i by you and a Decree F*ro Con-
fi-so will i.....nt.i..i im.iinst you for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
DATED this 18th das ,,f March. 1963.
E. B i.i". \Tlli:i:\t.\N. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
,-,..,ii bj : C P. i'h1'i-:i.anii
Deputy Clerk
Mvera, Helman, Kaplan \- Cataman
i:i. v .ii-i- iit>- Building
! 150 s.w. First Street
Miami 36, I lorid (
3 23-29, l 5-1!
i -i si Miami, l-'la Intends to eg -
i.-i. r said name with tue IMeik
Circuit Courl ..I I >ade Coun I.. I-1.......i.
Joseph M si.-- el, n
Pi if, i.-11 il Si n Ice 'oi i ral Ion
Bj Joseph M. Si. I. Pres.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lli:i:l'.l'-V tllVEN
th. undet -.-ii' d, .1. "iring t" i
in business under the fictitious name
i VIRPORT LANES, ill 1251 N.W
isih Street, Miami. Florida. Intends
to n giste ii'i name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Courl of Dad.- County,
Florida.
\\ i .. il iY i'\T IRTAINMENT Cl IRP .
:i Florida c irporatlon
Bj Harrj Seeve, President
SAMl'EL W. sli VPIRO
Attorney for applicant
:: It, 22, 29, i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58,425-B
IN RE: Estate "t
.11 iSEPH A. 'i IHEN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estnti
V..ii are hereby notified nnd re-
quired to present nny claims nnd de-
mands win. h vou may have neainsl
the estate of JOSEPH A. COHEN de-
ceased lute "f i'tub-n'minty. Florida,
to the Counts Judges "i Dade Coun-
ty, and fii. th.- s'ime In duplicate and
as provided in Kccthm "83.16, Florida
Statute*, in their offices InVthe Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, i-m..i-
iiin. within six calendar months from
the time of the first bubHeatlon here-
of, or the same will be l.atr>d.
Dated at Key Wist. Florida, this
let day of March, A.D. 1963
- MARTIN D. COHEN
As Executor
Aronoi Its, Silver Bcb< r
vttot ne> for Exi cutor
H07 Ainsley Bldg., Miami. FUu ......
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-., ,ii,-i-: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ii. imderslgned, desiring to engage
in i,i-iii. nnd< r the fictitious name
ol si N CRYSTAL '<.. at P.O. Boa
301, N. Miami 61, Fla., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk ol
:,nit court of Dade County,
" ARTHCR FRANK
T. E. I'.iillACK
3 16, 22, 2, 1/4
SIXi i CORPl>RATION
i:> : i-.. .1 I. .- ngi i. I Tesldent
i i ,i .i i:i. inn.in. Secret
F'urman
H) Jack A I'n ii an
At toi n. for SI ico Corporal Ion
ii Florida corpoi al
,1 i. .. i .,i onadi. Si .-1 "-
: 22-29, 1 "
NOTCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is [IF1RERY OIVEN ti
the undersigned, ill siring t.. engage
i.ii-in. -- tindi r tin fii Itlous name
MORTUABK CtiMPl'TINO CENTS
ni 21O0 W'.-t Flagler Street, Mian
i i.,,i. i 'ounl y, I nds to r.- -
later -.ii.l it.itn,- with the Clerk of '
Clrcull '"it of l iade Counts 1 lorid
THE ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTING
i-i:n i i:k. INC
B> i Dai Id L. Pi rlman, President
Attest: Irving (loldsteln, Becretai
Aronoi Its, Sliver .v Scher
Attornes for The F'lectronlo
\, ounl Ing nter, Inc.
'i"7 Alnsles Building
Miami 32, Florida
3 22-29, I '5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58717A
IN RE: Estate of
NATHAN ALEXANDER
I '. ..is.-.I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha -
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnat s.,
Estate:
Yon are hereby notified and re-
iinirid to preaenl any claims and d. -
man.is whii-li >ou may have airain-
the estate of NATHAN ALEXANDER
deceased late of Dude County. Flor-
ida, to tin- County .Indues of Dadi-
County, ind til.- the same in dupHcat
and as provided In Section 7;l3.i
Florida statin.-. In their office;
the Counts Conrth.'ii.-' in Dad.- Com -
tv, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the tin.....f the flral pul
llcatlon hereof, oi the same win l
' Dated at Mum i. Florida, this I
das of March. A D. 1963.
JKRRY ALEXVNDER
lll'lt.M VN VLEXANDER
SAM ALEXANDER
a- i:\. cutors ..f Estate of Nathi
Alexander, Deceased.
First publication of this notice
the 8th day of March, 1963
Myers, Helman, Kaplan I Cataman
Bj : Louis Helman
Attorneys for Executors
1150 S.W 1st Strei t. Minim. Kin._
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