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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vo'urne 36 Number 15
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 12, 1963
Two Sections Price 20 -
N.Y. Limits
Sabbath Law
To Gotham
ALBANY, N Y. (JTA) The
i Jfork Senate approved this
reek a Fair Sabbath measure lim-
,,l Mew York City, to permit
i.m> observing a day oth-
|r than Sunday as their day or
r,-i ia do business on Sunday.
K \--cnibly then dropped its
Irersion, which provided for local
iption on the matter throughout
be state which it approved pre-
riousl). and adopted the Senate
rersion. Karly signature by Gov.
ockefeller, who has endorsed the
I, was expected. The ap-
pr<>\ j1 measun contains a clause
thich makes it effective Scptem-
ier I and requires the New York
"n\ Council to pass a local en-
ibling ordinance on or before next
December 31.
Jacob Stein, chairman of the
New York City Committee on
Jewish Affairs, termed the Legis-
lature's action welcome, if
small first step." He indicated
Continued on Page 7-A
Knesset Nixes Security
Chiefs Resignation Quiz
S. Africa Leaders
Cancel Boycott
Against Reform
iNNESBUBG (JTA-
pouth Africa's Orthodox Rabbis
puled this week to can-
i< boycott of Reform rabbis
V is end a sharp dispute
hithin South African Jewry which
became so heated that the gen-
i ess carried reports on "re-
r war" in the Jewish com
iiiimiy.
I lispute broke out when Rah
b' Aiiion Opher came to South
V from Chicago to become
|x nior rabbi of Johannesburg's
k oiled Progressive Jewish Congre-
I the leading Reform syna-
1 He made a number of
I i-nts embodying the classi
rm opposition to the Jew-
-h D i tary Laws.
He also criticized Johannes-
burg's Orthodox-based Jewish
dy schools. The Orthodox rab-
binate responded heatedly and
^issued a boycott against attend-
Continued on Page 6-A
SHIMON PfRES
. reporti on UAH
AGREEMENT NOTED
Defense Chief
Sees Kennedy
NEW YORK (JTA) Israeli
Deputy Defense Minister Shimon
Peres, who returned Sunday to Is-
rael, had met with President Ken
nedy, II was disclosed by Myer
Feldman. Presidential assistant
The meeting took place during
Peres' visit to the While House to
confer with Feldman. President
Kennedy asked to see Peres when
he learned that the Israeli official
v. as at the White House.
The President reportedly closely
questioned Mr. Peres on Israel's
views regarding the military sit-
uation in the Middle East and the
recent developments in connection
with Nasser's rocket program and
the involvement of the West Ger-
man scientists.
Asked to describe the purpose of
the talk Mr. Peres had with
Continuer on age 6-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Knesset. Israel's Parliament, de
feated oppositon motions Sunday,
by a vote of 67 to 47. rejecting the
requests made by parties that are
not members ol the coalition gov-
ernment for a full-scale debate on
the resignation of Israel's Chief of
Security. The latter had quit over
Prime Minister David Ben-Cur
ion's disagreement with him about
the policies followed when it was
disclosed that German scientists,
many of them ex-Nazis, are being
employed by Egypt on projects
for development of non convention-
al weapons to be used for the de-
struction of Israel.
Prior to the meeting of Parlia-
ment, the Cabinet formulated a
statement dealing "i'h the special
session of the Knesset. A terse
Cabinet communique declared
that a five-member Ministerial
Committee for Security will study
the issue of the German scientists
being employed by Egypt. It is
understood that the committtee
has been given power to subpoena
all persons involved in the Issue
that led to the resignation of thi
security chief The tatter's name,
traditionally kept secret in thi-
country, has not yet been official-
ly revealed.
After leading House members
representing the Liberal Party,
Herut and Mapam voiced sharp
criticism against Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion's bringing about the security
chief's resignation, the Prime
Minister told the Knesset: "Our
grave concern over the designs
of the Egyptian dictator to de-
Connnued on Page 7-A
AT PRESS CONFERENCE
JFK Says German Scientists
Increase Middle East Tensions
GERMANY CAN DO NO MORE
PAGE 5 A
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres-
ident Kennedy commented this
week at his press conference on
the Egyptian missile program,
staling of the missiles and Ger-
man scientists working on them
in Egypt that "they do affect ten-
sions in the Middle East." The
President noted that the German
Government had indicated its dis-
pleasure.
On United States military assist-
Slice to Israel. Mr. Kennedy said
economic assistance was given,
but Israel bought its own arms.
He said that the United States
anxious to see tensions reduced i :
the Middle East, rather than to <
anything to increase it. He in
eated that a military balance *
fated, and the United States i
not wish to upset it. The Pre-
dent said strong opposition r.
been expressed to the manufactu
of nuclear weapons by any eo
try in the area
Prior to the President's cor
ments, the United States pos
Continued on Page 10-A
LEGACY FOR THE FUTURE
WILKINS CITES LACK OF 'DIALOGUE'
NAACP Leader Declares
Anti Semitism Contained
\K\V YORK (JTA) The anti-Semitism .'spoused by the Bla<
Muslims against the Jews js not prevalent among the large part of t
American Negro community. This observation v as made by Roy \\
kins, executive secretary to the National Association for the Advani
ment of Colored People, in an article in the current issue of Americ
Judaism, the official publication of the Union of American Hcbr
Congregations.
Johnson Eyes Human Rights
At ADL Award Program
By Special Report
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson declared this week that despite
the rise Of two of the greatest tyrannies in historyFascism and Com-
munismthe 20th century may "most accurately and aptly be describ-
ed as the Century of Human Rights."
The Vice President said that he ____________________________
Wilklns felt that misunderstand
ing an l lack of adequate dialogue,
rather than organized anti-Semit-
ism, exists today between Jews
and Negrcea in this country. "Both
Negroes and Jews could improve
their understanding of each other
bj employing more than a casual
or surface approach.'" he said.
Referring to recent anti-Sem-
'tir outbursts by the Black Mus-
lims and their leaders, Wilkins
said: "If Black Muslims appear
to be anti-Semites in some of
their utterances this attitude is
not that of the broad Negro cor
munity. Lack of understands-.
snap "group" judgments, plai-
and ugly anti-Semitism, and i
defiant arrogance are unhapp,
markings of a part of the Negr:
community. In their great ho
and in their blinding frustration;
Negroes art receptive to scap*
Continued on Page 12-A
*Kt NKfaWeT JOHNSOH
cirea1 by League
preferred this term to ""Century
of the Common Man." a phrae
""eloquently" coined by a prede-
cessor in office. Vice President
Henry A. Wallace.
"Our century, the Century of
Human Rights, will be remember-
ed more for the legacy it leaves
to the future than for its inheri-
tance from the past." he said.
The Vice President spoke in
acceptance of the 1963 Human
Rights Award of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nei B'rith
for his "vigorous and affirma-
tive activities" as chairman of
the President's Committee on
Equal Employment Opportun-
ity.
The presentation was made by
Abraham Feinberg. chairman of
the board of the Kayser-Roth Com
I
Continued on Pago 10-A
Israel Bonds Names Rosen,
Mrs. Meyers as New Chairmen
Leonard Rosen, civic, philan
Ihropic and business leader, has
been named the new Israel Bond
chairman to succeed Samuel
Friedland. and Mrs. Anna Bren-
nera Meyers, women's leader, has
been named chairman of the Wom-
(i s Division to succeed Mrs. Jack
Katznian. it was revealed at a
reception and supper party for Is-
rael Bond leaders last Sunday
night given by Mr. and Mrs El-
liott Roosevelt at their new home
en Miami Beach.
Attending the party were lead
ers from all areas of Jewish coin
munity life, civic
and out-of-town
Roosevelts.
representatives
tuests of the
Announcement was made that
Rosen and Mrs. Meyers will be
inaugurated to their new of-
fices at the Isreal Independence
Day Dinner under auspices of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization on Sunday, Apr.
28, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Rosen, president of the Gulf
American Land Corp., served as
Continued on Page 12 A
Israel Ambassador to t h =;
United Nations Michael Cc
may will be guest oi hone
at a third Seder celebration
at the Fontainebleau Hote
on Saturday evening spon-
sored by Kupat Holim. >Se5
story. Page 3-A).


Page 2-A
>J*mist nrrxfton
Friday, April 12.
Federation Sets Annual Meeting May 26;
Local Agencies to Co-Sponsor Event Here
agencies, national defense agen- the single annual communit> can,
cies. ,and overseas organization? paign
LION KAHAN
I^eon Kaplan, chairman of the
trual meeting committee for the
Silver Arj-.i\erary of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, this
week announcer! that Federation's
meeting this year will be held on
Sunday even:n;;. May 26. at the
Seville Hotel.
Kaplan said that the meeting
heen ^et at this date to resolve
a conflict with a meeting schedul-
ed earlier by a major Jeui-h
iromen'i oraanuauon in the Great-
er Miami area.
'This is another phase of Fed-
eration in action," Kaplan re-
vealed, "which illustrates an
overall community conscious-
ness. In the final analysis, this
is what Federation is all about
Rosen, Revitz To Host for CJA
In keeping v.ith the holiday sea-
Leonard Rosen, co-chairman
of Initial Gifts for the 1963 Com-
bined Je\ Revitz have invited a number of
their friends and associates to at-
tend a party at Rosen's home on
behalf of the Silver Anniversary
CJA drive.
The party, scheduled for next
Tuesday evening, will be an in-
formal occasion.
Rosen said that "there is no
better time to join in fuller under-
standing and -upport of CJA than
during the Pa~>over Holiday. Asj
we recall the exodus of 4.000 years
ago, we must surely be aware of
the modern exodus in Europe and
North Africa, which is bringing
more Jewish families to Israel
and to France than at any time
since World War II," Rosen said.
"Not only is it our urgent duty
to save thee lives abroad, but our
CJA activities are of equal import-
ance at home.
" The Federation agencies in our
own community count upon our
support of the Combined Jewish
Appeal to alford 25.000 friends
an.i neighbors a better life today
and throughout the year."
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Friday, April 12. 1963
fJewteti FkrfdK&rr
Page 3-A
Israel Ambassador to Address Seder Celebration
One of Israel's top diplomats
abroad, Michael Comay, Ambassa-
dor lo OH I'nited Nations, will be
,,,.,.! oi ri'>nor at a traditional
third Seder celebration Saturday
e\eninp t the Fontainbleau Hotel.
pir y !<-r is being held here
under the auspices of the Busi-
rest and Professional Council of
Kupat y.'-^m.
Currer'. project of the Greater
Miami Council is a $400,000 Medi-
cal Center shortly to be erected
in the Negev of Israel. The local
Council Mas pledged $200,000 to-
ward tc-Mletion of the project.
Annc.r>ced this week by Moshe
Brrman, executive director,
were Jeccb Rifkin and Mrs. An
iu Brenntr Meyers as the new-
est founders of the Medical
Center They will be joining
jack A Cantor, Jack S. Popiek,
and W asm Bornstein, also re-
vealed founders during the
'past fev. weeks, in being honored
at the *Mrd Seder "for their
dedicat'C>n to Israel's medical
arm, Kupat Holim," one of the
most important undertakings rn
the Jev :.i State.
MfKIN
MRS. MYERS
Jack A C;:ntor is serving as
honorary chairman of the third
Seder celebration. Mrs. Anna
Brenner .Meyers i- chairman of the
Greater Miami Business and Pro-
fessional Council. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. spiritual leader of Tern-'
pie Beth Sholom. and an honorary
chairman oi the Council, said this
week
"We hope our community will
turn out in force Saturday even-
Ner Tamid Reelects Shaw
aual membership mcet-
h:. oi Temple Ner Tamid held re-
leently, Murray A. Shaw was re-
leiected i serve > second term as
i evident
Othei ers on the slate are
|L<>iii~ CotaeB, executive vice pres-
ident: Alex T Eig. Michael Gla-
hirr Morns Miretsky, vice presi-
dents: S- rnour .1 Horowitz, treas-
urer; Irving J. Egel, recording
Isecrctar.. financial secretaries,
lEra Rosenfeld and Joseph Kahn;
iPaiil h ress, corresponding see-
In" .in
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BETH DIN OFFICE
RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN
1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Booth
JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150
Board members are Irving J.
Egel, Aaron Eisenstein, Mrs. Hen-
rietta Fine. Adolph Greenbaum.
Samuel Oreenfield, Louis Hirsh.
Louis Hoberman, Symour J. Hor-
owitz. Josph Kahn, Harry Lieber-
man, Dan Piver. Paul H. Press,
Max Raskin, D. Dale Regent. Era
Rosenfeld, Joseph Silverman, Tob
ias Simon. Irving C. Spear. Judge
Louis H. Stallman and Mrs. Sadie
Trashy.
Trustees inelu le Louis Cohen.
Dr. Ben D. Fabric. Ezra Finegold,
Louis .1 (Jold. William .1 Harris,
Murray Rottenberg. Jacob Sapir
stein. Eugene J. Schwarz, Murray
A. Shaw. Mrs. Fannie Sklar and
Maurice L. Zaretsky.
In-tallation ceremony in sched-
uled fur th" month of May.
ing for the traditional third Seder.
It will be a most opportune oc-
casion to hear a message from
Ambassador Comay, who is one of
[srael's most distinguished states-
men, as well as to honor the five
recently-announced founders of'
the Kupat Holim Medical Center
in Beersheba."
Rabbi Kronish, who spent last1
summer in Israel on a study tour,
was present at the official choos-1
ing of the site for the new Medi-1
cal Center, which he termed "an
invaluable contribution to Israel's
future well being."
Mrs. Meyers, this week nam-
ed chairman of the Women's Di-
vision for State or Israel Bonds
in Greater Miami, is a former
women's campaign chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal,
was first president of the Con-
ference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations of Dade and Brow-
ard Counties, and the first wom-
an elected as vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
She was organizer and first pres-
ident of the Florida Women's
Lawyers' Assn.. and served as
treasurer of the National Associa-
tion of Women Lawyers, as well
as treasurer of the International
Federation of Women Lawyers, of
which she was a vice president.
n presenting the United States.
She is a national vice president
of the Women's Division of the
American F'riends of the Hebrew
University and a former national
vice president of the American
Jewish Congress. She was the
first woman to be elected presi-
deal of Jewish Family Service
here.
A member of the Dade County
Board of Education, she is a for-
mer vice chairman of the School
board, and in 1958, Mrs. Meyers
won the Outstanding Citizen of
Dade County Award. She was also
a recipient of the 1959 award oi
the .National Conference of Chris
tians and Jews.
Jacob Rifkin, formerly of
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., was a lead-
ing member of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America there.
Since his arrival in Miami, for
12 consecutive years he has
been a Trustee of Israel Bonds,
and served as chairman of
Trustees of the Greater Mi&%ni
Committee.
He is a member of the national
board of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University and Tech-
nion. the Israel Institute.of Tech-
nology. A member of the Reli-
gious Committee of Temple Beth
Sholom. Rifkin is also a founder
oi the Kupat Holim Business and
Professional Council here.
Kupat Holim currently main-
oi hospitals and a chain of some
o rhospitals and a chain of some
1.000 clinics, which care for more
than 1.600.000 men, women and
children throughout the State of
Israel, some 75 percent of Israel's
total population.
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Volume 36 Number 15
Friday, April 12. 1963
18 Nisan 5723
A Noble Chapter
Of Human Heroism
The celebration of Passover is an
ppropriate occasion to recall the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising, which oc-
urred just twenty years ago on
Apr. 18. For Passover is a holiday of
reedom. It marks the exodus cf the
r.c:er.t Israelites from Egyptian bor.d-
:ce. The tragic Jewish community of
Warsaw, which suffered so terrifying
and fateful an ending, could look for-
vard to no such deliverance as
loses brought to his people through
he outstretched arm of God.
But the Ghet'o uprising, like at
_exington and Concord, was a shot
-eard round the world. It was the
.rst fearless blow struck against the
Jazi hordes of Hitler Germany, not
ny a military force, however weak or
oitiful, but by a people who rose up
n wrath against the sort of brutality
.umanity had never previously seen
a people not known in modern
. mes for their strength at arms.
That the Jews of the Warsaw
Clhetto so unsettled the conquerers of
oland for weeks on end, until the
Germans could wrest victory from ignominy
only by burning out the resistance, is a tribute
O a people who were destined to succumb to
he sum of 6.000,000 by the end of World
Var II.
It is a tribute that many leaders in many
ands have since tendered them. President
'.ennedy, in a proclamation last week, de-
:lared:
"The result was known by the Jews to be
:oredoomed. Yet, though they lacked both
-nilitary resources and a military tradition, they
vere able to conduct their struggle against the
overwhelming forces of the Nazi occupiers .
hereby providing a chapter in the annals of
luman heroism, an inspiration to the peace-
oving people of the world, and a warning to
vould-be oppressors which will be long re-
membered."
Lauding the Warsaw Ghetto's determin-
: tion "to sell their lives as dearly as possible,"
President Kennedy has called upon the United
States, "in consonance with the joint resolution
of Congress approved August 28. 1962," to ob-
serve the 20th anniversary of the uprising
with appropriate ceremonies and activities."
We join our President in urging men of
good will everywhere to follow suit and pay
ribute to one of the noble chapters of human
.-eroism in our time.
PASSOVER IH USSR.
than the two publications they are currently
distributing, both carefully documented studies
of tyranny gone completely berserk. But we
offer up the hope here that their careful pro-
gram in this regard abroad is being matched
by a similar program at home, where object
lessons to Poles in the horrors of anti-Semitism
may well be taught even in these times of
total equality in the Communist haven.
Poles Remember Uprising
Several recent publications and a moun-
tain of news releases from the Embassy of the
Polish People's Republic in Washington, DC
declare that "The Polish nation, the Jewish
people and all progressive humanity pay
lomage to the memory of the heroic Jews of
Warsaw."
The publications include a soft-covered
oooklet entitled "Treblinka" and a far more
imposing volume in Polish called "The Agony,
Struggle and Destruction of the Jews in Poland:
.939-1945."
We are unhappily reminded that the Poles,
.-long with the Hungarians, have been among
the most anti-Semitic people in all of Europe,
and that they were not above showing it even
:n their own agony, struggle, and destruction
at the hands of the Hitlerian horde. History
also somewhat tragically records the pogrom
:n Poland at the end of World War II.
That the Polish Embassy in Washington
should be so scrupulous about the Warsaw
Ghetto anniversary is no less a tribute to them
The Rift May Widen
The "resignation" of Israel's unnamed
Minister of Security suggests more than some
Israeli statements on German scientists in
Egypt deemed ill-advised by Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion while the Prime Minister was away.
In fact, they suggest a basic difference of opin-
ion between Mr. Ben-Gurion, who has been
the champion of German-Israeli amity, and
those leaders of Foreign Minister Golda Meir's
persuasion, who believe that Germany must
not be permitted readily to forget her history
under the Nazis.
It my be expected that the rift will widen
with increasing severity during the days ahead
especially now when Bonn has announced
that everything possible was done to discour-
age the scientists from working in Egypt's atom
research, rocket, and jet laboratories. The
Germans are still there, a fact that Mr. Ben-
Gurion will be finding increasingly difficult to
explain to those he has enrolled in his German
Friendship Club.
during (he week
... as i see if
by LEO MINDLIN
THE GREATEST Greek phi
losophers were not parti
cularly impressed with the
potential of democracy as a
workable and intelligent form
of uuverrimenf! The cyclical
theorists, who regarded human
history in terms of a circle ot
experience beginning with an
authoritarian coalition of rule
in continuing struggle, its op.
posing elements being a sec-

ular aristocracy and church-dominated oligarchy, also placed demo-
cracy at the bottom of the heap next to anarchy. And yet men. from
the dawn of their awareness, have always struggled to be free. The
question, of course, inevitably emerges: What is freedom?
Socrates suggested it was government by a super-elite system
of philosopher kings, none of whom would qualify to ascend to power
until after an intensive study period of fifty years. What he had in
mind seems clearly obvious: a severe limiting of the individual rul-
ing period in recognition of the fact that the opportunity to rule is
favorably correlated with the capacity to corrupt.
The cyclical theori-ts offered no suggestion. They merely ob
served what they considered to be the repetitive experience of the
history of government as a series of changes, depending upon the
evolving power of the struggling representatives of these forms ot
rule ar.d in this order: aristocracy, theocracy, oligarchy, democracy,
and anarchy. They also observed that the cycle, when concluded,
begin- all over again.
The most succe--Iul if least popular revolutionary of the past
centurv. Karl Marx, held that freedom emerge:- from a strut:
classes in contlict. and that freedom can only be assured by pr
ian-insplred upheaval designed t" topple the alfluent.
NO ABSOLUTES IN DtMOCft&CV
Views OF freedom mocracj are, a should thus lx cl
. | .. the number "i definitions we reject because I
re hold fa ghost in our pel
i tuous ol the society being bu
la). hilt. ; ir its part, the Soviel I
n inventii i privat property, and bl
i universal triumph solidly ensconced <
ashes oi the world deemed mosl sacred and m.p>t freoi to us
1 raise these iss ti thai there .'ire no absolutes i
proper discu.-sion ol freedom and democracyeven if the p<.'-<:-
and the limit.- of bur system "t government have been eareltiw
forth in -uch documents ;..- the US. Constitution and Declare
Independence.
Thi> is precisely how things should he; for we are creature not
alone of the nation in which we live, but ot the world that has come
before us To speak of absolutes is ignorant because it circumscribe*
intelligence of the past, and proscribes our view of the present.
Our Founding Fathers, above all. underscood the need for ulti-
mate orderly change: although they hoped to build a government
founded on the democratic principles of human rights that would las:
as long as their capacity to see into the future was profound.
PRINCIPLES NOT AMONG THE VARIABLES
AMONG OTHER THINGS, the ela>tic clause is a major example ot
** the understanding that there can be no absolutesthat absolute^
must ultimately oppose the unpredictable needs of human society in
evolution, thus cracking and destroying the loundationstone ot what
the Founding Fathers hoped to build.
Having said all of this. I would now like to suggest that, in Intelli-
gent democracy, anything goes. And so, indeed, have the cyclical
theori-ts said from the time they tirst observed the history of human
governments, and for precisely this reason placed democracy at the
lowest level of society, just one wrung on the ladder above anarchy
But the truth is that anything can not gothat some things, indeed,
must never be.
A case in point is the ordinance against the display of Nazi SJ m
bol- passed last week by the Miami Beach City Council. I do not now
speak of the mechanics of the ordinance, or its validity, which can
be successfully challenged in any court. I speak instead of its spirit.
which should never have seized the imagination of the Council in the
first instance. There are no absolutes in democracy because there
are no absolutes in unfettered human experience. Man survive- by
the variety of choices available to him. But principles are not among
them. Like the axioms ol geometry, they are the unchanging b.'>c>
upon which we build our world of concrete speculation.
I suspect that when the philosophers of government placed demo-
cracy so low in their esteem they were, in fact, expressing their funda-
mental pessimism with respect to man's capacity to police his pas-
Give man the opportunity to rule others, as well as himself,
Ambassador Comay Due
Israel Ambassador to the United Nations
Michael Comay will be a guest among us here
this weekend. Ambassador Comay will come
to our area to address a third Seder celebra-
tion of the Business and Professional Council
of Kupat Holim.
Kupat Holim is the State of Israel's med-
ical arm, whose vast network of hospitals and
clinics pre-dates independence.
Ambassador Comay will salute our com-
munity Saturday night at the Fontainebleau
for its eloguent support of the new Medical
Center shortly to be erected in Beersheba.
Coming as he will from the United Nations, we
,can also expect an important message con-
cerning the rising tensions in the Middle East
today.
We welcome one of the State of Israel's
most distinguished diplomats to our midst.
sion>.
and how may one be assured that he will not function from behind
the pristine safety of a double code of morality designed to offer him
self-immunity when it most suits his purpose?
1HI PARADOX Of Df*IOC*4nC PRACTICE
1 AM IN my dreams all for the Miami Beach City Council ordinance
barring the display of Nazi symbols because everything Nazi mak< -
me want to lash out in my main strength against one of the greatot
outrages of history. But if I should seek in practice to justify this
imaginary position, I would also lash out against the system of Amer-
ican governmentand hence against myself.
What ] am getting at is that we must apply to all social forces.
even those of which we are contemptuous or fearful, the same set
of principles we apply to the forces we favor. Failing'to do that, e
support in fact the ultimate purpose, in this case, of the Nazis them-
selves, whose aim is to destroy us. The paradox of democratic prac-
tice may lie precisely here, but to shun it suggests that the theoreti
cians were correct in their surmisethat democracy is one of the worst
forms of government because men are simply incapable of exerci>mg
the objectivity so necessary to its successful function.
The "nay- votes of Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka and Vice
Mayor Malvin Englander. as well as the opposing statements by per-
sons here, like Howard Dixon. of the Florida Civil Liberties Union,
showed a clear understanding of this very greatest weakness of demo
cracy. which thus requires our most ardent allegiance and defense
It is to be hoped the Miami Beach Citv Council will join them quick
iy to revoke their stand in the name of freedoms we treasure, and
however paradoxical the demand upon us to support the rights "t
those who are our avowed enemies
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Germany Says it Can Do No More
BONN (JTA) The West
Ger nan Government, under steady
prodding from critics at home
and abroad, said this week it had
dum all it could regarding the
-do tists and technicians working
on idvanced weapons in Egypt.
Aiier a second Cabinet meeting
in two weeks on the issue, the
Cov rnmcnt said, it was still con-
sidering what steps to take to get
the scientists and technicians to
droi their work and return to
\vi> Germany. Critics of the
Government said that a strong
decl ration, preferably before the
Bun k stag, and an assurance that
the Government would not mere-
ly i insider steps but would take
then was needed.
I West German Confedera-
te, of Trade Unions called on
the Government to act and said
tha West Germany, "above all
cot ltries, should avoid all ac-
tiors which endanger world
peace or threaten the existence
of Israel." At the same time,
a croup of Bundestag deputies
fro -> three parties issued an ap-
peal to the Government to urge
the weapons experts to stop their
work.
Tr !> said they "condemned"
such weapons work and they
pror ised to introduce legislation
> n such activities The demand '
*a9 the strongest yet made in
Wes Germany on the issue, it
paralleled a similar demand made
by I r, Carlo Schmid. a vice pres-
ident of the Bonn Parliament, who!
al>o charged that the scientists
wen acting in violation of the
Wes German Constitution.
Tr article in the constitution
to which Dr. Schmid referred de-
dan s that any act tending to dis-'
turb peaceful co-existence of na-1
?ion> or leading to preparation of
an ffensive war is unconatitu
hip: The article also specifies
that weapons of war can be made,
shipped and distributed only with
i Government approval.
Dr. Schmid, who is a member
of the opposition Social Democrat-
ic Party, also asserted that any
person helping Egypt to produce
rockets, warheads or any other
"devilish means," was making
war more likely. He also warned
that successful development of
such weapons might some day en-
courage the Arab countries to
change "the political situation" in
"one brief stroke." This comment
was seen in the context of the un-
remitting threats of the Arab
countries to destroy Israel.
LOUIS WtCHSLt*
Scholarship Fete
Picks Chairman
Louis G. Wechsler, Miami in-
surance consultant, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Miami
YMHA "Annual Scholarship
Night," it was announced by Stan-!
ley Spieler, president.
The annual event, which raises
funds to provide scholarships so1
that needy children may attend
the summer day camp program of
the "Y," will he held Saturday
evening. Apr. 27, in the Cloud
Room of the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Also serving with Wechsler are
Mrs. Xthan Cynamon and Sam
Gordon, co-chairmen, gifts; Mrs.
Herschel Leschel, Mrs. Arthur
Stein, Mrs. Stanley Spieler and
Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal. finance;]
Mrs. Max Waas. central control;
Herschel Rosenthal, advance tick-
et sales; Stanley Spieler, person-;
nel; and Max Waas, prize con-:
tiol.
Fisher to Speak At Fla. Confab
Leon Fisher, executive director
of Jewish Family and Children's
Service, will be principal speak-.
er at a Florida Conference of Soc-j
lal Welfare in Palm Beach from
.Apr. 24 to 26.
Fisher will discuss "Current;
Image of the Family Service Pro-
gram" in an Institute focused on
family service and the role the
agency must play. Mrs. Florence
Sinclair, of the JFCS staff, will
also participate.
Fisher has just returned from
Louisville, Ky., where he attended
a southern regional conference of j
the Family Service Associations of
America as a speaker on "The
Executive's Role in Personnel Ad-
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Friday. April 12. 196?/
Peres Visits
With Kennedy
Continued from Page 1-A
\arious U.S. officials. Feldman
said that they concerned Israels
-ecurity. the present situation in
the Middle East and in Africa and
the attitude of various powers to
wards the Middle East.
He said the talks were "mutual
ly highly useful" and revealed a
very close similarity of views.
Feldman also stressed that Peres
did not make any specific request,
either for new American arms,
or for any other kind of aid
Left to right are William Copelan, Mayshie Friedberg and Eli
Gechman at a meeting of South Beach residents and apart-
ment houf-3 owners on behalf of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, held at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
Friedberg, one of the most active workers on behalf of Fed-
eration and a leader of Labor Zionist activities conducted the
meeting.
So. Africa Orthodox Leaders
Cancel Boycott Against Reform
Continued from Page 1-A
ence at any Jewish or commun-
al functions at which a Reform
rabbi was present.
A heavily attended meeting of
the Federation of Orthodox Syna
gogues approved a resolution ap-
Nutritionist to Speak
"Good Nutrition and Health"
will be the topic discussed at a
lend meeting of the Golden Age
Friendship Club of the Miami
VMIIA on Sunday. Apr. 21. 2:30
p.m., at 450 SW 16th Ave Mi Lavina Phillips, nutritionist in the
Adult Division of Health and Aging
ol the Dade County Health Depart-
ment, will lead the discussion.
pealing to the Orthodox rabbinate
to withdraw the boycott. Dr. Is-
rael Btrsohn. who presided at the
meeting of the congregational
leaders, said that the boycott de-
Bisioo had been taken without con-
sultation with the lay leaders. He
said the lav leaders understood
the resentment of the Orthodox
rabbis but felt that religious strife
should not bo carried out into the
secilar field.
He then reported on a letter
from the Orthodox Rabbis Asso-
ciation, declaring they would ac-
cede to the appeals and end the
boycott if the Federation's resolu-
tion for an end to the boycott in-
cluded a criticism of Rabbi Oph-
er's remarks. Such a criticism
was then incorporated in the re-o-
lution.
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j1^^T^,-.._^e Milton Kahn, treasurer of Kneseth Israel Congregation, pre-
sents to Louis Dublin, president, a "Kesser Torah" (Torah
Crown] made of sterling silver and wrought in Israel in the
shape of a double crown with an ecgie on top. Mr. and
Mrs. Kahn brought the crown from Israel and presented it to
the congregation in memory of their parents and families
who perished under Hitler.
ROCKEFELLER ENDORSES MEASURE
N.Y. Legislature Limits
Sabbath Laws to Gotham
3C
Continued from Page 1-A
that he expressed the views of
all the organizations participat-
ing in the New York City Com-
ittee, which had coordinated
their efforts in behalf of the bill.
The | rticipating organizations
arc the American Jewish Con-
gress, Jewish Labor Committee.
1 r Veterans, New York
i of Reform Synagogues,
Synagogue Of America.
I Orthodox .Jewish Con-
i America, New York
B bbis, National Council
Women, Brooklyn Jew-
ish Community Council. Rabbini
cal Council of America and the
Sabbath Observance Council.
Howard If, Squadron, chairmanj
ol the American Jewish Congress:
Metropolitan Council, expressed
disappointment that the Legisla-
ture ha i failed to approve the
state-wide local option proposal
contaii ed in the abandoned Assem-
bly measure. He added thai his
organization and other Jewish
ps which have been fighting
tor nearly a de ade for a Fair
Sal bath law would continue to
\ ork t"r .i state-wide local option
law .
Continued from Page 1-A
stroy Israel, and over the assist-
ance he is receiving from Ger-
man and other scientists, should
not throw us off our balance."
"Israels security," the Premier
told the Knesset, "is founded on
two factors: The deterrent power
' Israel's defense forces, and our
international standing A respon-
sible Oppositionat least in secur-
ity mattersshould avoid state-
ments not calculated to strength-
en our international standing." He
added that "it was distortion of the
.ruth" to say that the security chief
had been "dismissed."
The Prime Minister also depre-
cated press statements alleging
that he had disassociated himself
trom the statement made three
weeks ago in the Knesset by For-
eign Minister Golda Meir, who had
discussed the responsibility of the
West German Government regard-
ing the German scientists at work
or. the Egyptian projects. He
pointed out that the measures tak-
en by Israel since that discussion,
a.1 a result of a Knesset resolution
of Mar. 20, "has not yet been with-
out Success, so far." He indicated
that the Ministerial Committee on
Security, formed by the Cabinet,
will have access to "fullest infor-
mation" on the entire matter.
The fireworks in the Knesset,
convened just before the eve of
Passover in an exraordinary ses-
sion, started immediately after
Mr. Ben-Gunon told the House
that the problem of the security-
chief's resignation could be dis-
cussed only by the special Minis
terial Committee or by Parlia-
ment's own Committee on Secur-
ity and Foreign Affairs. The lat-
ter, he said, will resume its dis-
cussion of the subject, but a plen-
ary session of the Knesset is not
the proper forum for such a de-
bate.
Menahem Beigin, leader of the
right-wing Herut Party, assailed
the Prime Minister, charging he
negated the Knessett's Mar. 20
resolution, alleging that Mr. Ben-
Gurion had "forced" the secur-
ity chief's resignation, and say-
ing that the latter had been made
a "scapegoat." He alleged that
the Prime Minister, who had
been on vacation when the issue
developed last month, had "cut
fhort his halic'ay to set into mo-
tion a series of measures de-
signed to mute and tone down
the Knesset's resolution."
Ishar Harrari. of the Liberal
Party, scathingly attacked the
Premier for allegedly withholding
the reasons for the security chief's
exit. He said Mr. Ben-Gurion kept
the full information back from
Cabinet as well as from Parlia-
ment, asserting today's special
session was caused "by Ben-Gur-
ion's failure to fulfill his parlia-
mentary obligations."
For the left-wing Mapam Party,
Yaacov Hazan said the Premier
had three choices after the Mar.
20 resolution. These, he said,
were: Blaming the Bonn Govern-
ment tor the work of West Ger-
man nationals in Egypt by accept-
ing the Knesset resolution, despite
his own views; bringing pressure
on his coalition partners to reverse
the previous decisions; or resign.
He charged Mr. Ben-Gurion was
"unwilling" to adopt the first
course, "unable to effect the sec-
ond course" and "avoided" the
third Instead, he alleged, the
Premier adopted a fourth course
Cedars Starts
Final Construction
This week saw the beginning of
construction at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital to complete the build
u.jj's upper three floors.
Since opening in November,
1961. the hospital has operated at
maximum capacity of its 108-bed.
three floor quarters.
"to disregard the unanimous
Knoset resolution." He also crit-
icized the decision made by Ben-
Gurion against publishii g a White
l aper on the German s.ientists at
work for Egypt, holding "there
v as no proof that this would dam-
am1 the prestige of the nation."
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Friday. April 12, 1963
Gershon Miller to be Honored at Joint
Jewish National Fund-B'nai B'rith Meet
Gershon S. Miller, active B'nai
rith leader, will be honored on
-?r. 17 by the Jewish National
lund of Greater Miami and the
.iami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge,
which .he is a past president,
ior his many years of dedicated
rvice to Jewish National Fund
-id B'nai B'rith."
Sharing the honors with him will
Ve his wife. Jeanette, who has the
>ponsibility ot arranging for the
.-opearance of 52 speakers a year
the weekly B'nai B'rith lunch-
n club-meetings.
Miller, who is an active mem-
ber on the Jewish National Fond
executive board, and Mrs. Miller
i eturned recently from Israel,
/here they participated in the
. NF "Me Ami" pilgrimage, to-
gether with Leon J. Ell, presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, Dr.
Irving Lahrman, chairman of
the Foundation for Jewish Na-
tional Fund, and many other
communal leaders in the dedica-
tion ceremonies of Miami's twin
city in Israel.
Miller came to Miami Beach 25
years ago. After five years of
mi vice in the United States Army,
he attended the University of Mi-
ami School of Law. and graduat-
ed cum laude in 1948. He was on
the Dean's List and lounding chan-
cellor of N'u Beta Epsilon. nation-
al honorary legal fraternity, of
which he now serves as regional
officer.
1
He is a member of the Elks, i Fontainbleau Hotel guest speakC'^
Masons, and served as vice presi- will be Rabbi Mayer Abramouitz
dent of Tropical Lodge, B'nai spiritual leader of Temple Minor
Brith. He was president of Miami ah. Joyce Farter, soprano will
Beach Lodge in 1954-55. For the entertain with a program of musi
past 14 vears, he has served as cal selections. Mrs. Miller v. ill 0f
chairman ol the B'nai B'rith fer a dramatic reading for the oc
Luncheon Club. casion. The meeting is open to
At the Apr. 17 meeting in the the public.
GIRSHON S. MIUIH
Beachite Establishes 5,000 Tree Forest;
Vows He'll Raise $1 Million for JNF
IMNAffD SILVEK
W. Miami Lodge
Installs Officers
Incoming officers of West Miami
". cai B'rith Lodge are George H.
lish, president; Joseph Sand-
" eiss- Edward Markowitz and
hilip Krasno, vice presidents;
oamuel Lazcr, treasurer; Manuel
ussmann, corresponding and re-
cording secretary; Louis Melniker,
v arden; and Edward Markowitz,
lairman of refreshments.
Newiy-elected trustees are Sid-
ey Elkin. Jack Finkel and Leon-
ard Sornstein.
Officers and slate were install-
ed on Sunday. Mar. 31, at Hillel
rfouse. with Jack Glick conduci-
ng the ceremony.
Master of ceremonies was Jos-
fph Sandweiss. Rabbi Maurice
\lein gave the invocation and
benediction. Presentation of col-
ors was made by Manuel Suss-
man and Edward Steinholz.
A Miami Beachite has establish-
ed a forest of 5.000 trees in Israel.
He is Bernard Silver.
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami this week an-
nounced that the forest, to be
named the Baal Shem Tov Forest.
b situated near Safed. Israel.
Leon J. Ell, president of the
Council, praised Silver's achieve-
ment, which he called "a hall-
mark in recognition of the con-
tinuing land development pro-
grams of JNF in the new Jew-
ish State."
Silver, a native of Safed, comes
from a distinguished rabbinic fam-
ily, and is himself a sixth genera-
tion descendant of the Baal Shem
Tov. The family is reputed to
trace back to Rashi.
He studied in Safed. and com-
pleted his education in Europe,
subsequently assuming a prime
role in the Hebrew school systems
throughout Latin America.
In Santiago de Chile, Silver edit-
ed the weekly "Tenderer Yiddishe
Vochenblatt" and helped found the
Mizrachi Organization there.
His ardent interest in Zionist af-
fairs also took him to the Soviet
Union, where he promoted Zion-
ist programs despite the personal
danger in which it placed him. He
had previously been active in the
Czarist regime underground in
behalf of the establishment of a
Jewish State in Palestine.
Since the establishment of Is
rael. Silver has visited his home-
land six times. In recognition
of his many years of devotion to
Israel, a cultural house, with
seating for 1,000 persons, and to
cost some I 1,000,000, will be
erected in Safed and be known
as the Bernard Silver Cultural
House.
Apart from his continuing inter-
est in the JNF Council's "Me
Ami" project here. Silver this
week told Dr. Zev Kogan, execu-
tive vice chairman of the Council.
"It is my ambition, in my remain-
ing years ,to raise $1 million for
the Jewish National Fund."
ELECT -
JUDGE
SHACHAT
As Your
Councilman
JUDGE MARTIN P.
"MARTY" SHACHAT
Says: "It's Time To Let the People Win!"
Admitted to the Florida Bar, 1951.
Municipal Judge, North Miami Beach, 19S3-5S, 1958 60
Dade County resident since 1948.-
Combat Veterans, World War II and Member, J.W.V.,
American Legion and Disabled American Veterans.
North Miami Beach Kniqhts of Pythias, No. 195.
Five-year Member, of North Miami Beach Blood Bank
Member, North Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Lives on N.E. 1 75th St., with wife. Jewel and
two and one-half children.
MY PLEDGE: PROGRESS THROUGH BETTER GOVERNMENT
BACK IT WITH SHACHAT
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Hospital Trustee
Endows Wing
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has
announced the endowment of a
I wing by Elliott Blumenthal, trus-
I tee of the hospital, in its current
building program.
Blumenthal is a trustee of the
hospital since 1961.
Blumenthal. who has served as
( chairman of the communal rela-
j tions commtitee, comes from a
! family of pioneers in the Miami
I area since 1927.
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* twist) fBnrHtar
Friday, April 12. 1963
Johnson Eyes Human Rights Century
Continued from Page 1-A
any, ;it the inaugural dinner of
he 1963 ADL Appeal held at the
Lmericana Hotel in New York
The dinner on Apr. 4. which
larked the opening ot the New
l'ork observance ot the League's
ittieth anniversary, also honored
lax J. Schneider, retired vice
resident of the Chemical Bank,
nd dean of ADL's New York lead-
rship. Norman Tishman, chair-
man of the board of Tishmar
Realty & Construction Co.. was
inner chairman. Other speakers
ncluded Dcre Senary, national
hairman of the League, and Label
-., Katz, president of B'nai B'rith.
Vice President Johnson asserted
lat he saw "no paradox" in the
act that the rise of totalitarian
jrces was "evidence of the grow-
ng strength of the cause of equal-
ty." He said the "intense fury
ith which the totalitarians of
oth right and the left deny the
oncept of human rights is the
neasure of their realization that
leir cause is doomed."'
The Vice President told the
Scientists Add
To TensionJFK
Continued from Page 1-A
ion on the activities of the Ger-
man nuclear scientists was eriti-
:iied on the House floor by Rep.
Seymour Halpern, New York Re-
aublican. Rep. Halpern charged
hat "the State Department has
so far merely sought to mini-
niie, excuse, and justify the
notorious German role in Egypt."
He said that "the appalling
-King to me is the condoning the
vork of ex-Nazi rocket scientists
and other Germans in Egypt by
our Government through its
whitewash' of West Germany in
his connection."
The National Executive Commit
e of Farband-Labor Zionist Or-
i er unanimously decided to ad
i ress an urgent appeal to I'resi
enl Kennedy to exert "stronr
essure" on the Federal Republic
Weal Germany and on the gov-
i rnment of Egypt to halt the ac
. ities of German scientists, and
clinicians in Cairo.
Hadassah also appealed to t*W
ederll Republic of German) ti
call from Egypt the West Ger
an scientists. The action wai
...ken in a resolution app1.
unanimously by the national boan
: Hadassah. Copies of the re o
ition are being sent to Karl IKin-
ch Knappstein, Wesl Gei
imbassador to the United States,
il in the Department of State.
ai-dierce o* 1 2C0 peo-s!e that
"people whs are truly confident
that they represent the wave of
the future" as the communists
boast "do net resort Id mass de-
r.ial of age eld religious prac-
tices, mass dmial of po ilical
HV*** or to mass extirmina-
lien."
He called such tactic < "the
weapons of frustration" and char-
acterized a> the "true wave of the
futurethe fulfillment of the
dreams and hopes of moral men
throughout the ages."
"However, much as we may fall
short of our ideals, we are stru-
ng to attain them with an mten-
- i\ heretofore, unknown in his-
tory," he asserted.' declaring that
the forces of bigotry are on the
defensive. They are fighting a
losing battle."
The Vice President noted that
the two highest elective offices in
the United States today are "held
hj men who have overcome the
dead hand of stereotypes" based
on religion or region of birtrr
"As long as there have been so-
cieties more complex than tribal
simplicity." he said, "majorities
and minorities have relied on ster-
eotypes to mold the opinions of
me another. Such stereotynea
have been convenientbut they
have also been cruel."
in referrirg to President Ken-
nedy's religion and his own place
o< birth, the Vice President said
i v.h >n he ha.; attended the
a ,,ir.i | in ot Carl T. Rowan as
- ador to Finland la>t week,
"it was toted in some accOU-ita
that 1 am 'from a Southern state'."
"The Ambassador himself was
from a Southern sta',6 also,"
Vice President Jchntcn said.
"But the accident of my birth
bscome nswswonhy, as did his,
tec.-os? I was born in '.he Louih
of while parentsand he was
born cf Negro parents."
The Vice President added that
it to s aid by his side and to
shake his hand and to wish him
Godspeed makes news, then that
is Dears I am proud to make."
Max J. Schneider was honored
for "his talents and strength which
for many years have been behind
the concepts and programs that
shape the League." Senary said.
Schneider, now 77 years old. rose
from New York newspaper boy to
vice president of- a major bank,
head of a textile tinishing firm,
director of Tishman Realty, and
part owner of the baseball Giants.
The inaugural dinner opened
; the New York r*>ase of the 1963
national ADL Appeal, which has
a goal of $3,940,000.
r
RE-ELECT
Councilman
M. J.
'MIKE'
WACKS
-Your Councilmo
GROUP 7
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TO KEEP
\orth Miami Beach
GROWING!
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Pd. Pol. Aclv
Re-Elect
JACK
GERMAIN
Your Councilman Group 5
1959 Campaign Promises-Are a Reality in 1963
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Ave., widened
jr LIBRARYExpanded and Improved
Facilities
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Restore Confidence
In Government
By Electing
Lowell G.
"PAT"
to Csty Council
PATRICK
Favors SEWERS for North Miami
Beach by referendum. Ht still be-
lieves in the voice of the people
and no refinancing of existing wa-
ter or sewer system.
PATRICK
Favors recognition of people from
the audience at Council meetings,
without being on agenda.
PATRICK
Favors limiting tenure of Council-
men to 2 years, with proposition
placed on ballot for referendum.
PATRICK
Favors expansion of library
facilities.
PATRICK
Favors inviting selective industry to
help our unemployed.
PATRICK
Favors restoring the people's con-
fidence in their government by dis-
closing all the facts on each ond
every issue, thus eliminating rule
by caucus.
VOTE
PATRICK
For Government By The
People Insuring A Brighter
Future For All
North Miami Beach


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Friday. April 12. 1863
+Jewlsii ftorldlton
Page 11-A
Meir and U.S. Envoy Discuss Arab Refugees
JERUSALEM'S- (JTA) Amer-
jtan Ambassador Walwurth Bar-
bour met this week with Prune
Minister David Ben-Gurion and
Mrs. (Jolda Meir, Israel's Foreign
Minister, in what was reliably re-
ported to be a resumption-of talks
on the problem of the Arab refu-
The meeting was officially
reported to have dealt with a re-
\ iew of regional problems.
The talks were In line with a.
previously reported United States
Initiative, dating back to the pre-
vious United Nations General As-
-i mbly. to seek an end to the dead-
lock on the issue. The resumption
oi she talks in Israel were delay-
ed by the Prime Minister's re-
cent vacation. The issue was tak-
en up last December at a meet-
ing between President Kennedy
Mid Mrs. Meir in Washington.
I si el's stand in the parleys
with the United States were
worked out last January at a
high-level meeting of the Prime
Minister, Mrs. Meir and Avra-
ham Hirmin, Israel's Ambassa-
dor to the United States, and
Ambassador Michael Comay,
head of Israel's delegation to the
United Nations. Following that
meeting, the Prime Minister
discussed lsrae; position on the
issue with Mr. Barbour last Jan-
uary.
A program to end within the
next decade the deadlocked Arab.
refugee problem, based on turn
ing over the responhibility to the
host countries for the refugee
camps and on asking Israel to per-
mit the return of aged Arab refu-
gees, was meanwhile proposed this
week by Rep. Leonard Farbstein.
New York Democrat, m a report
to the House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee in Washington.
In addition to the two key pro-
posals, Rep. Farbstein also pro
posed that the United Nations Re-
lief and Works Agency should
stop issuing new ration cards and
revamp rolls on a continuing basis
lo prevent fraud and abuses in the
ration card system. He proposed
also that financial arrangements
for relief and continued vocational
training of refugees should be
made with the host governments
through I'NRWA.
Mere emphasis should also be
placed on vocational training and
education and th? young refu-
*$ should be urqed to seek
|obs and give up their refugee
status, he :aid. Self-supporting
refugees and those who have ob-
tainec1 jobs shot'd be urged to
give up their ration cards and
the United States should serve
notice it will end its support of
UNRWA, he suggested.
Finally, he proposed thai I r.ul
hould compensate Arabs for prop-
erty leu in Israel, which Israel
nas agreed to do but only in I -
context of a general peace >eV -
ment which would take into a -
count the losses suffered by fe
who fled from Arab countries v
their properties usually confiSC
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is headed by Arthur
ch, president; William Rask-
I Stanley silvern, vice pres-
; Alfred Finkelstein, finan-
cial secretary; William Locke, re-
ig secretary; Hilbert Leav-
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Morris Moskowitz, treasurer.
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Joel Cohen, Herman Douglas, Dr.
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man, and Irving Simons.
ibers appointed to the reii-
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M Sam Miller. Leon Honig, llil-
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Friday. April 12, 1963
Israel Bonds Names New Chairmen
MBS. ANNA BKtNNIK MEYERS
Continued from Page 1-A
co-chairman for Israel Bonds in
1962. and has been active in many
other important civic efforts. He
was chairman of the "Over the
Top" campaign for the United
Jewish Appeal in 1962. and co-
chairman of the Initial Gifts Di-
vision of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
A member of the board of Tem-
ple Menorah, he is active in num-
erous religious causes, and has
been a leader on behalf of the
Hebrew Academy.
In taking over the helm of the
Women's Division. Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers returns to a post
she held in 1956-57.
Widely known as the ""dean of
women lawyers in the South."
Mrs. Meyers has won distinction
in her profession- an* recognition
for her many contributions to the
civic and humanitarian efforts
here.
Among her many honors, Mrs.
Meyers was the first Miami wom-
an to be awarded the coveted
Woman of Valor Award, present-
ed for extraordinary service to Is-
rael through the Israel Bond Or-
ganization. She is a national
vice president of the Women's Di-
vision of the American Friends of
'he Hebrew University and is a
former national vice president of
UOHAKD ROSEN
NAACP Declares Anti-Semitism Contained
Continued from Pege 1-A
goatism. They listen to and re-
peat the pet phrases of the anti-
Semites among them and among
seme non-Jews with whom they
come into contact."
"Anti-Semitism is not wide-
spread among Negroes nor is it
nourished and passed on as a
working creed. It is not virulent
and exists among relatively few
Negroes. If this were not so, and
if actual hatred of whites were
not similarity limited, the Black
Muslims would have millions of
followers instead of thousands,"
he continued.
Wilkins agreed with the concern
expressed by the Jewish commun-
ity and others about the extreme
statements espoused by the Black
Muslims movement. He praised
the efforts of the organized Jew-
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civil rights. "Certainly, since Ne-
gro citizens began an organized ef-
fort to secure their constitutional
rights as Americans and to cam-
paign for the elimination of big-
otry and prejudice, they have had
the sympathetic and very active
assistance of Jews."
Wilkins mentioned several Jew-
ish lay and rabbinic leaders who
helped organize the NAACP. and
many others who are today active
in the organization and as its legal
counselors.
He particularly cited the as-
sistance of the Jewish commun-
ity in the "very sensitive and
difficult field of housing," where
he said the Jews themselves had
suffered some disabilities, add-
ing that "Jews have helped the
Negro in his fight to escape from
the ghetto."
Negro-Jewish relations also were
involved in a charge by Adam C.
Powell. New York Democrat,
who recently demanded that white
leadership be eliminated from
Bible Circle Meeting
Meeting of the Bible Circle,
which reads and comments on the
Bible in English translation, is
scheduled for Tuesday evening at
Temple Judea.
the NAACP. that the New York
Times was opposed to his views.
The Congressman, in an inter-
view on WNEW. a New York radio
station, said the Times opinion
was "a white man's opinion" and
added that it was "unforunate"
that the Times was "biased when
I it's owned and operated by a min
ority group." He elaborated on
\ his statement later by saying "I
doubt whether the editors of the
JTimes even go to their syna-
gogues."
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assovcr
Kosher for Passover Has
Larger Than Food Horizon
Final days of Passover will be marked beginning with services Tpmrnmswr

iMMa Sunday evening, and continuing Monday and Tuesday. Serjiices on
Tuesday will include the traditional Yizkor Memorial for the departed.
Special Passover services are also scheduled for Monday and Tuesday
evenings. Liberal and Reform' congregations generally mark only one
concluding day of Passover.
By RABBI TIBOR STERN
Beth Jacob Congregation
.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle awe.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Baturda) 8:80 a.m.
Barman: "IsraeTa Deathless Motto."
.m>>ikIh.\ 1:80 a.m. s-->-<-nt> dav of
Paaaover. Sermon: "The Inhuman-
ly of Modern Humanity." Tueeday
I:M a.m. Yizkur Memorial aervlcea
it 10:30 a.m. Bermon: "The tOpl-
opiie of Paaaover."
Bermon:
I 'r. .-.Til
"Jewish Value*, Paat ami
Evening >i-r\ iitea 8:1S p.ni.
A- <. Rabbi. I have been fre-
quaitlj called upon during the
past weeks to approve as
"Kosher tor Passover" the many
food nun III! M. and even lux-
uries i.iI will make for a pleas-
ant an l ritually kosher holiday.
Bui i a fad is that this process
often 'mduccs less satisfaction
than -' use <>f being disturbed.
It -cms that "Kosher for
pi... r" has been reduced to
foodt a rabbinic label on a bot-
i ilk or seltzerthat "Kosh-
t] i, Passovw" means the mat-
ioh bi Ihe wine, the Seder and
eh. As a Rabbi, I can
Feeling disturbed that the
lean for ('hornet/ is limited
10 the kitchen and its utensils, and
line and cleansing are
i.le to culinary rs-ligion
I n m ish to minimise the
e ui kaahruththe leash
stomach. Dietary law
,, Jewish because the) are the safetj measures against as-
hut let us understand that "kosher'' means correct, not
healthy, but correct, and correctness has a much broad-j ''" .'.""i"
than the preparation oi borschl tor Pesach.
1 ..-niutli oi the human hearth and the kaahruth. Of the human
_ far more important than the kashruth of the food that e
while these aspects of kashruth are of vital Importance
the year, before and during the celebrationsof Passover
e just indispensible.
Pi iver is not a holidav signifying only what to eat and what,
nt>1 The services are not read from a cookbook: they are read |; '
from prayerbook. What to eat and what not to eat is incidental; it aervii-.
ii .i nbol that has become a law.
RABBI TWO* STERN
. Kosher for freedom
BETH DAV.D. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. RjTbbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 1 p.m. Bervtoea in the chap-
el. Baturda) I a.m. Bunda) 6:80
p.m. Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m.
Yiakor service Tueada) 10:30 a.m.
B\ening services 8:30 p.m.
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3ETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Bermon: 'A Holiday Beason." Mln-
cha 6:30 p.m. Bunda) 6:30 p.m. Mon-
i... 30 in Bermon: "The Glory
of EmanchMttlon." Evening 8:30 > m. \
t ewtaj 8 10 a.m. Bermon: "The
Memory nf Oui [Jeparii Vtakor
Uemol lal -< i \ Icea I" a.m.
e
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Cnnrvativc. Rhbl Simon April.
Cantor Hymart Fine.
I Ida) S:13 p.ra Bermon: "Song of
UK: Satin i.< i .i in. Mondaj
IH.m Bei mon: "Ui\ Ina in h
l > -utbf il Vc Tueadaj 8 I", a.m.
Ylaki services 11 a-in
BETH ISRAfcL. 4u0 Prairla ave. Or-
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
I 1. p.ni Saturday 9 a.m.
1) : a 111
-M 11 I > : .. in S. .nth
1
. in
K IK h 111 I i \ t
i "A I.:
i 10:30 a in R\ enfi p m.
BETH JACOB,
ave. Orthorl"*.
Cantor Maurice
301-311 Washington
p-.h:-: Tihor Stern.
Mamches.
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
* la a in. Bermon: ''A New
Bunda) evening concluding
We prefer the bread of the poor, > yM*AJa~&"*:o"
if it is the bread of freedom, against the bread of the rich if it is the! Tueadaj 10:30 a.m. Bermon: "Death
tool oi enslavement In essence, the holiday is "freedom"not winej1" N'" '" ^nhapp} BndlB-"
ami not :uatzohs. Freedom requires more than kosher food. Freedom' _ETH RA_HAEL* 139 Nw 3rcl av,
requin- a kosher mind and the correctly prepared mentality of our j Orthodox, Juliue Sapero. president!
sa?es and prophets. Freedom requires a kosher heart, full of love Prlday 8:30 p.m. Saturday a.m.
and compassion, full of understanding. Passover, the holiday of free- !*LJ!"atondai'"^!^..'''^!^
torn. need a tresneadous amount of preparationa vast amount ofj 'Sanctlt) and Putnity of Human
leansing and of scrubbing, of sterilizing and of burning. We must | v'!,fM',.'j. 0rU?yi)ry Benea." Ytekor
make ,r-ilves "Kosher for Passover"correctly prepared for free- memorial 10:1B a.m. Rabbi Murray
Uom | Atatat offlotatefc
I > Mess that during the past few weeks not one single person1 BETH TFILAM 935 Euelid ,ve. Or-
s a-.") lor my services to help "him" become "Kosher for Pass-' thodox. Rabbi Joseph e. Raekovaky.
ver.' I am afraid that this year we shall again repeat the prayer Friday Minolta aervlcea l:0 PJJJ.
u ., ._-_ ..u j Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bermon: Torah
Ho L&cnirto "This year we are slaves because indeed we are|Hn,i Freedom Muat not >> Diluted."
laves, only our dishes and the seltzer bottles are "Kosher for Pass-' Saturday 5:48 p.m. M
Mr." We are still slavesslaves to slavery, captives to captivity.'
haboh b'nai chorin." Next year we shall be free. Next year
will be flooded with requests to make the hearts and the
men "Kosher for Passover," kosher for freedomnext year,
erh
FLAOLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51t
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Prlday 8:45 a.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Monday '.< a.m. Beveatn day Paaaover
ervleeo, Bermon: "HTei'dom is siav-
i y Kvi-iiiiiK :: *.". p.m. Tuemlay
eia*hth day of Paaeovei aerrloa. Ber*
mon: "ii is Good to Remember."
\'ixkir aervioea n a.m.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Groaa.
Prldas ii p.m. Baturday s:i"i a.m.
Bunduy 8:1j p.m. Paaaover aervlcea
Mondaj and Tueaday 8 a.m. ami 8:15
p.m. Tueaday l":.;" a.m. Iflakor aer-
vlcet
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Morton
Malavtky. Cantor Loins Cohen.
i May i; 30 p.m. Batui day* { a.m.
.. iiiii.n: "Borta "f Songa." Sunday
p m M 11 i... B 10 a in. Bermon:
"Ha\ We 'i i'.--' 'I the Si .. i
day S:3u a.m. ^" iit 1-;- r aervlce
.1 in Ren.....bram-e and Pol -
lm
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
...I 5:15 p m d
. sun las and Mon -
1 m Mi >nda > and
11...1 llilli; J(l a 11 xl
M...... i.il >. 1 \ '!' .. I a.111
e------
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Balm iaj 9 a n Bunili ) 6
Monti j '. a in \\.'\\ atudentf parti-
. ipatlna t* Inal das ot 1'.- -
T Iaj 9 a hi yixkor 1<> am
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHL'RUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
I Frldas <:i"' p.m. Sermon "Can We
Bee Hod?" Saturdag 9 a m. Mlncha
'. Su p in 1.a.t two 'la>.- "f Paaa-
over start Sunday 6:15 p.m. Monday
' a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday 8 m
Memorial aervlci 10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5850 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Prlday S:3fl p.ni. Pulpit Rueat, Rab-
in Banford Beltaer, nearly appointed
director, Hoiillieaalatii I'ounril of Re-
form Conarecatlona. Topic: "To-
wartla a More Perfect Cnlon." Bat-
urda) 11:15 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Kvan.
k.iii of Mr. and Mi- ll.-rlii-n OoM-
bers; Kvan. eon of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Zakoria. Mondaj B and : a-m. Viz-
kr Memorial aervlcea.
Bunda y 8:1 "
p.m. Monday and Tueeday 8:30 a.m.,
fin*il ilav- .if I'aswiii-i, with Yizkor
aervlcee Tueaday mornlnf.
Beth Jacob Congregation
This pJge is prepared in
cooperation with the Spiritual
Leader* of the Grea:er Miami
KdbbinitM! Asm.
It
<
nob Congregation is the
1 -1 of worship on Miami
teach It was founded at David
[own 1 n the South Shore in 1925. |
j* first building was erected in
29. known today as Whitman
a", ir1 honor of David Whitman.
ie main sanctuary was built in
33- am! it serves as one of the
rsejt mthodox synagogues in
" State of Florida.
Beth Jacob Congregation spear-
ded many traditional institu-
ons in the eommunitv. The first struetion of the Mikvah was spear-
kilJ___ I _i_i_; _____t-__U_l
RAHH! MAX A UPSCMITX
Coordinator
Contriburor;
RAHBI SOLOMON SCHIPf
GtM of Wisdom
... *
Jacob Hebrew School. The con- i^'
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum
Baturda) 1:4! a.m. Sunday 4:30 p.m.
Monday 8:45 a.m. Mlncha S:1S p.m.
day T and *:48 a.m. Tlakor
Memorial aervlce l*:M a.m.
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th at.. Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 7:S0 p.m, Bermon: "Weapona
.a Survival !> f. iisim Ineffei i
Non-Offenalve Baturda] 8 i". a m
Bermon: "8oni O' Sons* Cnanl
Alonga" Monday 8:45 a.m. Bermon:
"To Bee Sea Red -or Ri id Reed 8ea
6:80 p.in. Paaaover aervlcea. Tuea-
day 8:45 a.m Tlakor 10:30 a m, l in-
al Mlncha aervlcea for Paaaovei
ii.iii.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
.rvti>- R->r-to 'id Riehter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Saturday B:So a.m. Bermon: "The Di-
vine Glory." ii P-m. Mlncha Bar
Mltavah: Btephan, aon <-i Mr and
Mis Irvtaa Mfinii-k. Paaaover aer-
vioea I" --in M nil IV S:-!<1 h m. >< I
mon: "The Miracle at thd B*s.
Tueaday 8:S0 am Yizkoi 1 a-m.
"Wren to be registered at the
forev. Academy came from Beth
GEMS OF WISDOM
M
headed by Kabbi Moses Meachel-
off, then spiritual leader of the
Beth Jacob Congregation.
President of the congregation is
Morris B. Frank, one of the pio-
neers of Greater Miami. Under
his leadership, the congregation
ll the bdlldst trhtoh ,
ur .dUtllbnnn, on the"
u hen u e no longer have
Tl
I
b
anger
o carry. bof.rne. s
* a
I '- lilte a fountain-
;<\efs ascend full and _
Who's nch today, '
) i 01 ,.i liimorroic.
---EXODIS RABBA.
*
"lie to misfortune is
''in from misfortune to
quite a dfetance.
YUmiM! I'KDVFRR. '
ot its progress. Serving with him
are Aaron Lerner and Morris Kre-
vat, vice presidents; and Marcie
Liberman, treasurer.
Spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion for the last eight years is Dr.
Tibor H. Stern, who has brought
to Beth Jacob an enviable reputa-
tion as a result of his scholarly
lectures and sermons. Rabbi
Stern is the author of many vol-
umes on Jem ish law and philosophy
published in English. Spanish and
Hebrew.
MOMlS rNA.s*
. Beth Jacob president
TEMPLC BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jafte.
Prlday 7:4B to 1:41 p.m.- Paaaover
Family aervlcea with all children from
third grade up. Baturday 11 a.m.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH 6H1RAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:1! p.m. Sermon: "When
Wlae Bona Aak Queatlon* Batur-
da) 10 Ifl a in. Torah a< rvlce ser-
mon: "Croaelng Reed Beaa." Cantor
t:..uii.-ii win direct the children -
chorua i" apeclal Paaaover melodlei
Mr- Abraham Pleeman and Mr-
Norman Jacobs will preelda at Ki ilusli Paaaovei aantlflcation Tues-
day I":.- a.m Cloalng Paaaover aei
vice a ml Yizl.or Memorial will i
held in Suniland Hall
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Raobi Samuel M-ndelowitz. Can.
tor Ernest Sterner.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser.
r ;.ia\ 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Redemp-
tion from BondageAre Kegi.....s and
iewa on the Sam.- Side?" Baturda;
10:45 am Baa Mltavah: Jill, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C
l'.'.....n. Bunda) B:15 p.m. Paaaover
-. vices. Monday 10:48 a.m. I i
kor Memorial aervlce.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1*800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtci.
Friday *:$ P.m. Bermon: 'Trophet
veraua P*4e*rt." Baturda) 8:80 am
Youth aervlees Buaday (:1S p.m.
Kin.-.: Paaaover Monday and
Tneaiaay 8:S0 a.m. rhftror Memorial
ervloe on Tueaday aaornaag*.
---- -
TEMPLE EM*NU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton awe. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrmar- Canter Hireb Adlar.
PrMay Mlneha aervlce p.m. Bat-
ir.iav : a.m. Bar Mltavah: Robert,
son of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur l-w
Man. aon of Mr and Mi- David
repfer, l*asaover Monday and Tuea-
lav I a.m. Tlakor on Tueeday.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 1th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
PTiday Brts p m. Barmon: "Does
Klndeighl Fteafi] Bring r- Wladom?"
Mon.lav 11 a in. Yizkoi- Memorial
ervk -
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Pridai la p.m. Bermon: "Ceremon)
ind hi i.ii" ral Juda Ian
teturda) 10: W a m. Bar MltsVah
\: dan David, aon of Dr and Mrs.
.:. Raum Mondaj 10:10 a m
Yiakor Memorial aervlcea 10 H) a.m.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. (20 75th at.
JEWISH MORALISTS
Eliozcr Ben I-aac (10th Century)
Tak.e no one to wife umrortliy to I
he thy Ufe's partner, and k'

sons close to the study of Dirm-
thingf. Ddr nt to rejoice when
I: thine enemy comes to the ground,
bin give him food u-lien he hun-
gers. Be on thv gtuirr! lest thou give
funi ever to the u-nlou' dna the
orphan; and l-eu-ure lest thou ever
set thytelf up to be both witness
and indue against another.
Clever enter thy house u-:th
abrupt and startling step, and" bear
not thyself to that those u-ho dtfell
under thy roof shall dread when in
thy pre^enic Purge thv soul of
angry passion that inheritance of
fools, love Wise men. and strive to
\now more an.l more of the tvorlis
and [lie uvayi of the Cieator.

A-her Ben Yechiel (I Jth Century)
Be imi ready to quarrel; avoid
oaili.v and ''''-
excess of laughtei t utbu
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of tl [*P
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il thou r

Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram--
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
-
Bunil n 6:1 p xl '"
and .. is p m Tui stlaj a ala-,
K... Memoi services 1 SO m.
TEMPLE NER TAMiD. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Bundav 8:80 p.m Beginning of Paaa-
over aervlcea. Monday 8:45 a ui.
Bermon: "The Miraculous Bventa Aa-
-,. lated with Ho- i:\odu.-.'' evening
-.., vice 8 S P rn Tueada) 8:45 a.m.
Bermon: "When the World Weep".
10:30 a in. Tlakor Memorial -vsi- e.
TEMPLE 81NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
18100 NE 15th ave. Referm. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy
Friday 8:18 p.m. Paaaover aarvtc<
8ermon: "Egypt. Then and -Nov..
I Sunday ii a.m. Ttakor aervtee. Can-
tor ing liturgical mualo.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. RabDI
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Klein.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Baturday "n>
Monda) 8 a.m. an.l SUa p.m. Tues-
day '' a.m. Tlakor Memoiial K r
< ice 10 am.
----- ----
TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Raboi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson. ,
Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: The Bong
of Songa." Inatallatlon of Tempi*
officers Baturda) 8:45 a tn. Be-r-
,,,, "Th< M..i:-...lali Monday I -
a m Bermon: "The Prayer ol
Praise Tueada) 8:43 a.m. S< I
"What la On itneaa? Tlakoi ser-
vices 10:13 ...n
I-
r-
Yuk.-r
TEMPLE Z.ON 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
m.in. Cantor Sevmoor Hmkes.
l-'riilav '. p m. Sermon: "Inu
i. .. i, .. ol Paasovi i Bunda) 8
P in Mi "' '*"
vlci Tueada) B 30 a in.
Memorial aei rioei
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernitk Cantor Albert Glantz.
Frida) W p.m. Saturdaj 8 a m
paaxo) i starting Sund
Monda) 9 m and S p m. T .- --
.lav Mi ii "i lal sen Ii ea I a.m.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. D'xie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowita. Cantor Maurice Nm
Fridav 8: IS p m 8 iturday 9
Sunday 6:43 p m Si venth Uaj 1
over Bve Mondaj 8 a m. and
p.m. Tueadaj 9 am. Yiakor Mem-
orial .~ei s loaa
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YOUNG ISRAEL. W0 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber.
Frldai P w Saturday 8 a.m.
Ber.....n "Freedom under Uw." Bun-
day 6:80 p.m. Paaaoeer aervlees
Monday a m Bermon Matjeth
and Maroi." Tueeday v a-m. Yia-
kor service l:88 a.m
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Rabbi Nathan M.
Zwitman.
I Fridav 8:80 p.ni Bermon: "Pai
in [sraxt v Reply l- angry Men \\h.>
Fail t.. rndei stand the Holmes- of
the Restoration ..f Israel Baitnrday
Mondaj 9 a.m. Sermon: -inir
FVatl\-al .-f Freedom." Tueada)
a.m. Memorial eer\ ie. ami wrniun:
"TtakorA Time t.. Remember."
I *
CANDUUGHTING TIME
18 Nisan 6:25 p.m.
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Friday, April 12. 1963
Copito SootliahU By MUTON FRIEDMAN
What Will Happen to the Ellis Island Sentimental Landmark?
Washington
'HOULD THE OLD Ellis Island
* immigration station be utiliz-
led for establishment of a perma-
nent exhibition of kosher del.ca-
] essen products or for an interna-
ional university that would seek a
olution to the Arab Israel prob-
em?
__i These were among suggestions
marie to an exasperated Senate subcommittee head
ed by Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, Maine Democrat
The subcommittee is still striving to dispose of
Ellis Island which was abandoned by the Immigra-
tion Service almost ten years ago.
Among proposals for utilization of the historic
island was a plan lor a Biblical zoo featuring the
alligators of the Nile and even the smallest in-ects
of the Ten Plagues imposed upon Pharaoh. Loom
ing above would be a hum- Btatue ot Moses.
The Government was asked to consider construc-
tion ort Ellis Island of a physical map of Palestine
in the Biblical period when Jo.-hua conquered Can-
tan. The map would show "the borderlines ol the
12 tribes and all historical places mentioned in the
Bible, including rivers, mountains, and seas, A
eocsnd map of the same type would show the man i
of the Israelite tribes from Egypt through the
deserl until they crossed the River .Ionian into (he
City of Jericho."
Sen. Muskie. incredulous at this proposal, ask-
ed the witness: "Is it your idea that the island be
donated for this purpose or sold?"
Donated," replied the witness.
"Donated?" asked the flabbergasted Senator
"Donated," repeated the witness.
The Senator called the next witness who ad-
vanced a scheme for using Ellis Island as a cen-
ter for training of Americans going abroad, in Asian
and African dialects.
i

UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Israel's Economy Today
THE EFFECTS ARE slow in showing
up and will not prove themselves as
>et for some time to come But they
are and will be fundamental so far as
Israel's economy is concerned. Take
he word of one of Israel's most power-
ful, most practical economists for these
facts. They come turn Moshe Wcis-
glass, vice chairmen ot the Israel Manu-
facturers Association.
.Mr Weisgla^s spent a month in this country, visiting
major cities and financial centers, on behalf ot a
>.ooo.nou -hare issue of Israel's Industrial Development
,nk. But what Mr. Welsglass was "selling" in this
luntry was more than bark shares (although he did
:y well indeed in that immediate effort*. He was mir-
>ing. in lact exuding, confidence in the basic .-omul
ss of his country's economy.
One of Israel's leading industrial tycoons, Mr. Weis-
. ass (who.-e personal interests are centered in the metal
dustry) is as quick to put his fingers on the weak spots
management as he is on what he considers exce
Stands by labor.
When he calls for sacrifices by Israelis, for higher
viriuct ivity and greater efficiency, he envisages a high-
standard of living for every Israeli worker and farmer
;.nd professionalwithout overlooking higher profits and
come and achievements for investors and industrial-
ts.
We sat for a long time talking. Mr. Woisglass was
v illing to explore the results of Israel's devaluation of
e pound. That was a step announced on Feb. 9. 1962.
by Israel's Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. The imme-
diate result was to lower, by liaf. the value uid. When the banks and the exchanges closed on that
Friday afternoon, the pound was worth about 55 or 56
. nt.s. Under the decree, the value of the pound fell to
cents. That was a radical step. But the process had
een thought through very carefully. Part of Mr. Esh-
ol'fl plan was the announcement of 19 distinct steps
needed to achieve economic stability for the country un-
- er the devalued-pound system.
"We have begun to make progress," said Mr Weis-
I ;>ss. "But it is too early as yet to speak of complete
.iceess. Have we attained economic stability? Have we
. oided inflation? How far have prices risen? Prices
iid not go up too highin fact they went up less than
had thought they would. If we continue the way we
Jiave been goingwe will make it. But it is too soon to
'ill." said Weisglass. ..
"Our participating in the Common Market is vital.
But if we are to compete in the European Common Mar
if we are to reach a balance of paymentswith the
:ap still standing at more than $350.000,000if we are to
increase our exports, we must achieve those ends on the
lasis of quality and quantityboth quality and quantity
We must develop new creative methods, new equipment
and new ways to employ such equipment. We mu-t per
ct a system of controlsnot only quantilati\e control
also and simultaneously qualitative conrol.
"Wages cannot be raised this year. The trade unions
. e made great sacrifices.
Other proposals inclu. ed plans for a Statue o.
Liberty Museum.- juvenile delinquency rehabilita-
tion center, golden age uoiih- lor the elderly, a vet-
erans' facility, a treatment center lor dope addicts.
and similar idea-.
The problem is that the immigration station.
erected in 1892. is in a sad state of disrepair. It
was so shabbv in 1954 that the Immigration Ser-
vice pulled out. The Government then tried to sell
the island which is located about one mile Horn
the southern tip of Manhattan Island and one-fifth
of a mile from the New Jersey shore. Bids were
Browsing With Books: Bv HILARY MINDLIN
The Jews Of
Old England
THE KING'S PERSON;. By Joanne Greenberg.
284 pp. New York: Holt, Rinehart and W.nston,
383 Madl? an Ave. S4.VS.
U.OET AND scholar of medieval culture. Joanne
T Sreenberg's first novel has none of the coltish
stumbling o. the usual first novel, and none ol he
stickiness ot overlaid pigmenl usually found in he
historical novel. Her book is ol the King's Persons,
the Jews oi the 12th centurj England who as uu
only people permitted to practice money lending,
v ere under the special protection of the King, since
without them he would be unable to collect the
huge amounts levied or. the Christians. So the Jews
of York and other towns lived in shaky peace with
their Christian neighbors.
Against the background of the first cracks in
the English feudal society, the slow impoverishment
of the barons and the growing powers of the king
Mrs Greenberg. her scholarship, sensitivity and
skill in perfect balance, tells the tragedy of the .1' -
'of York. The wealthy Baruch. whose house has
Klass windows, loves his gentle son Abram neither
Wisely nor well; nor does he see how the luxury of
his clothes and possessions inflame the town rab-
ble Abram's brief and poignant friendship with
the monk Simon is beautifully drawn, the more SO
for its revelation ot the fragility of such a relation-
ship, or indee! ol any relationship in which the
world intrudes
Many other characters, also, stand with a real-
ity which belles their distance in time and histori-
cal space. The saintly Kabbi Yomtob and the vic-
iously insane monk Lewis; the cruelty ol Baron
Malabestia and the bewildered decency ol Baron de
Kuckney; the Christian servant Bet! who finds her-
sell more at home among the Jew?- these and oth-
er- nil the book with vividness and human ti
The picture of the mob which swepl over the
Jews of York at the Passovi i Ii n 91 is
unforgettable, it is Interesting to recall that Andre
Schwarz-Bart be an his book. "Thi Last ol the
lust," witii prec lj iU York n as acr t is
the legend ot Rabbi Yom Tov Levy that "his
tary agony was unbearable to Cod." and l
God graced ''i- line with ore Lamed-Vovnik to each
generationErnie Levy, the hero "t the book bi
the last of the Just Men.
"The King's Persons," like all good books, says
much more than its story. The despairs ol exile,
the Jew, proud and different and hated for it, the
malevolence ol twisted or frightened mind echo
up the eight centuries to ring as strongl] now as,
in the poetic vision of Joanne Greenberg, they split
the medieval an with clarity, terror and truth.
rejected as woefully insufficient to cover its com
menial value as estimated by the Government.
J E Moody, Commissioner of the General Ser-
vices Administration's utilization and disposal ser-
vice recently testified belore the Muskie subcom-
mittee He rejected the unsuccessful attempts to
unload ElliS Island. He noted that the public sup-
ports Federal, State, or nongovernmental use of the
property suitably commemorative of its historic
nature. ,
Mr. Moody added that "despite prolonged and
diligent disposal efforts, and notwithstanding the
widespread public interest in the property, no teas-
ible proposal for its future public use has been re-
ceived or developed."
Apparently the Government considers Ellis Is
lard gateway to America lor millions of Je\ -.
Italians. Greeks, Poles and other recent immigrants,
somewhat lest vital historically than Plymouth
Rock Or Virginia's Jamestown island.
But public opinion has rallied to preserve the
significance of Ellis Island. Rabbi J. Max Weis
fold the subcommittee that 'the Book of Deuteron-
omy cautioned the ancient Israelite against erasing
the landmark of his own family or that of his neigh
bor."
"Even King Ahab found his neighbor, Naboth.
unwilling to remove his family's landmark to sat
isfy the King's desire to annex another garden to
his palace grounds. We, the people of America,
have a landmark at Ellis Island." said the rabbi.
OH the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
A Very Lively Corpse
F THERE IS any commodity in the
' American Jewish community which
s not in short supply, it is certainly not
a dearth of predictions of the early de
nise of Yiddish as a living tongue among
American Jews In recent years, pre
lictions of doom have been cast in so-
ciological jargon about the sweep ol
al change revolutionizing the patterns
-J it Jewish consciousness of a commun-
ity steadily becoming more native-born and hence-like
mosl Americansignorant of any second language.
The pundits may well be right, yet there are -
few and feeble perhapsto the contrary.
A few colleges are offering courses in Yiddish, for
instance, and many Yiddish expressions, such as "mish-
mash," "nudnick and "schlemiel," have become
ol the American idiom. Now comes another and truly
remarkable development.
The Jewish Teachers Seminarya living (
lish culture created by such old line Yiddish i
ed groups as the Sholera Aleichem Institute, the Work
men'- Circle and the Farbandhas announced two
courses which will be real stunners for the Y
doomed school
One of the cours< is designed to teach camp coun-
selors how to be purveyers of Jewish culture as *<
muscle builders for some 2,500 children attending
mer camps in \< w York sponsored by the Yiddish cul-
ture organizations. The other course, as was repo
last week al the Seminary's I5tb anniversary bai
developed in response to requests from Reform. Cot
servative and Orthodox congregations tor teachers to
leach Yiddi-h yes, Yid ishto adult and teenage classes
In fact, report- Dean Gersfton Winer, the Seminary ha'
more requests for such teachers than it can meet, And.
almost all of the students are expected to be B
born.
If Yiddish is dead in America, we can only >ay it
looks like a very lively corpse.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SM01AR
New Anglo-American Policy for Middle East?
IJOW SERIOUS OF a danger for Is
** rael are the rockets which the Ger
man scientists are now producing in
Egypt for Nasser? Expert- believe that
for Israel the proliferation of rockets is
serious enough even without megatoi
warheads. They do not doubt th.it
Nasser now has rockets ol Y 2 capabil-
ity built by the Germans. Such rockets
could reach any part of Israel but with I
questionable acuracy The Cobalt warheads intended for
three rockets contain high explosivi with radioactive el
feet, though they would not produce an atomic explosion.
Expert opinion is that Nasser Is financially not in |
position to serious!) attempt to manufacture atomic
bombs. However, like Cuba, he may try to borrow
bombs.
In Englandas well as among members of Congress
in Washingtonthe opinion prevails thai it is Ugh time
for the United state- to attach peace strings to aid Nas
.-cr in order to prevent him from developing nuclear
v capons. Also to prevent him from carrying out
ambition to swallow up Jordan and the Arab oil produc-
ing countries. A new joint Anglo-American policy
the Middle East is being discussed now between W**
ington and London, n is no -eeret that oil rivalries In *
Middle Bast have bedevilled relations between KB*1"1
and the United States.
With the recent revolutions in Iraq and Syria,
with Nasser's new bid for unit) to these two """" ,,;
both the United states and England see sinister uF
cations for the security of Western oil supplies *
also fear the possibility of internal uprisii "
by Nasser, in Saudi Arabiawhere the VS. has [rcl
clous oil interestsand in Jordan. And they are also
corned for the safety of Israel. While it is :,>M"m ,lvl.,i
the kings of Saudi Arabia and of Jordan have ree
some kind of Western guarantees for their thrones,
is not considered a guard against possible internal
lutions the kind ol COUPS thai have taken place I
the lu.-t week in Iraq and Syria.


Friday. April 12, 1963
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP .
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FLORDA. IN PROBATE
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the eatate of ANOEIXJ BIRANTB de
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE
No. 09006 b
IN RK I'M- I- "I
l; \l;NIM r WOOJ.KSTE \l>
I .-..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Credltoi and Ml Pel n
11, in.in.I- A-. -
,, i .,!,. hereb) notified
ipilred to present ai I ''
in.in.is which you ma) havi
th- '. I' MtNKTT Wl H '..I
HTKAD ill ".....I late : I..... U11-
t>, Phu da, to th- ""ii' '
lijule Count) ami i <
duplicate and is |... vlded In tl. n
.. Il'il'ia Statutes, in
in the County Courthouse in
ii :. .'.. mtv. Florida, with
. nii.i monl hi 11 "! '!! In
... ;,. ..'. ..I the
I'iirred ,
Dated ''. Miami.' Fkwlda, lh -
da) ''' v
MINNIE Y W. ..H.VSTi: \u
\. \.ii.iu letratrix
WEI S STEI.> .v W i:i NHTF21N
Ml,.' in \ for Adniitil-t'at: is
i"."I.in. "in Rd Miami Ifc ai h. I
19, i i-12- '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 58b65-C
IN RE: Eatati
.i ,ii.. sit-, i M. II VI.LBT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r mi ., i i .. I, i liuv-
i........
I.si.I.'
Von at hen b) 11- -" i li d and re-
nuiled to preeel i all.l Ui
l-h.cii "I ii) '
,,, ..... .a M.\t:(i.n 'i "
l.r.V ui Il ti I
li, dun
i.........ii.'. ..
lull minis in i li. i
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,i alx all ii'iar months
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AND
t-OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCE.RY. No. 63C 3338
!K VTIliCK I (K \ N UF:itllY,
.INI' >i: LEE I'I'KKV.
1 > feiidant,
' TION
TO JUNIOR LEE BERRY
^ .,'" .,',.,.",!.-.... ii .noT1PIF:D that
i I till ,.f i'..ni|.laii!i f"i Klvorci ia>
,, ii riled against" yo.i, and V< 'I A Re.
ucitKin i...i... if:h
.. the Bill ol '"in-
, attorney,
IKS I.--si !N, -'.' '' l l'"1'1
! Ill lid I in .1 [mi file
il, "I iu II.,! .. : III Ihl offll "
;,. i H" '' i "" or
..... vi'i il J .. h, I, fault "I
,h Hi- Bill of I'oinpliiinl wl.l i"'
. ., ,, .,- i messed ... ii.-I ml.
|l VTF.D Marc i Si h.
i; 11 LEA rHKRMAN, CI. rk
I'li-cuil ii irt. i .'! '' nty.
,s, ili B) : K M l.VM \N
I .. mty Cli l>
.'. 29. I 5-I2-1J
NOTICE UNDER
FICITITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl.
tbr undersigned, dealrlna to engage
i tain, ss under the fictitious name i
\ IRPtiRT RADIO SERVICE at M
Intend i" register aaid
uiiii the Clerk of the Clrotrtt i
,,. i ,..,i. "!< Florida.
HERMANN QELLER
UVIDtJ C.1.IAS
I .. 18, 19, -
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ii '
A rHERMAN, Clerk
i. County. i
it, c.v copeLand
i leput) Clerk ,'
- t .-.;
N THE CIRCUIT COUR r OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 2383
\ -. .\ .ii: is tdmlnlati '
Vffali i.n tiffIcei -' th.
..... % in. an i his
. h offlo and i
. hi iier r ind i.vi 'i \
A !.' .ll.
NOTICE OF SUIT
li II RERT and
iH Itfl fill r. ins '% Ife,
Inn an) unknown
kiI i i elendants If they
d ii dead, th-ir un-
, gi ante, s, a-
lit.H -. Ilenora, trui
. : n clalmlns b).
. .'ll" : ill. s- 1 '-
i. sld. nei h ai un
V"i ARE Mi:i:i:i;Y NOTIFIED thai
ha been brought ntatnat you
'> S lil.KAHON, lit., as Admin-
.ns ACfalra, an iM'fi-
" "i the I'nMed Htatea ..f America,
JM hi irs in iuch office, and
their assigns, to foTack>aa
in...'.

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59006-A
i\ RK Kitati
l ii.i.|\N KRAI'SS,
,o OE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Cndltor. ..".I All Persons li i>
, i-ialma or Demands Vmlnal Salo
You in ii '" ""', '""
,,,,,,l I- p., nt an) ..... "*'
hi n.i- will h you i
,,,.. eatate "i IJ1.U VN KRAI Sf
it, of Had.
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ly, and the sam.
... ....'.,.. ,i .1 s.ctl
,-. Ill their ofl
,y Oo D
Ida
,i tin -I ih" '. -' iuh itloi
,,, ., thi inn will u. :
Dated at Miami, Florida, i
day "I March, v D
\i \RK K M'l.A.N
\~ Executor
aronovita Sllv r f '
Mi,.11 i.i Fixer itor
i. .; \ nali) Building
Mi.urn '-. Florid i
eneumberlng the following
1 ;.i "i.-i t\ tii-ii ll .
1 IT .n.l 18, In Hl.-k ... of NORTH
SILVER CREST, a.ioidlng to the
' sof, i, corded in Plat Bonk
'. at page ll, of the t>ubllc rcoerda
' l '.ui- Count). Florida;
. ii- required to file your an-
wer with the ."leik of tlie Circuit
' ourt ..t ii-.,,i.. iv.untv. Plorida, at the
.a Miami, Florida, on or
tprtl :::. I:,.;.'., and t" lerva
: -ii. h answer Brain MYERS.
,ni KVI'I.AN \ ,-ATSMAN.
! 'i'' attorney* whose addreaa is
llldlng, 1150 S.W. Flrat
Miami >:. Florida, on or ba-
il date, ..- required by the
' FTi ni.. ll m.ii fail t.. do BO.
Kplalnt will be taken as .'..n-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.irn-i: is HEREBY OD EN that
the underalgnad, deslrina to engage in
bualiJeas under th- n-~ffl V.
thi: thronf: room at wi **
St Hlaleah. Florida intend to reB-
later sld name with the Clerk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN nu rwn Im;- _o .-_.> ,
FLOR DA. IN PROBATE
No. 68918m
, IN Iti: I :.-!!
I. ,i,i, .V SCHIV VRTZ ll K i
HABRI SCHWARTZ
'",!J. i'oE TO CREDITORS
To Vll l redl.i I All l'ei '.- Ila>
ine I......... I....."" '-' : '"""
"an h reb)
,,, .. ;... nt an) i I il ns i id -
.,ii,i- ,,... ii i .ii ma) n.i
!;,., ,iAitn, S SCHWARTZ
II tBRI SCHWAR1 /
, i ,, 'oiini) i lorlila, li i
in ni l"> I< Count) -.ii" i
,,. ,, .ru-
ed In !
't ices in hi' i n .
in Bade C......l)
...ii.in -i\ all ii'ia. months In m in.
........
h, .... rred
Hat. .1 at Mlai tl. F t!s
A '' ""
[EARL UCHW VRTZ
as i-.\ urix
Plrsl publlcatl......' this n H
:. i da) of Ma h, '
SIMtiN, HAYS H lilt! NOW bRU
\ j-12-19 Attorne) foi Bxec-utrlJi
::,,, viilsl- ) BWg., Miami 12, Fn.md.i
; 22 i, i
NOTICE UNDER
FIC1 i i lOUS NMi,t LAW
SOTlCh i- ml1.1 -i -v tilVEN that
inn, nlgn. rli in- tn nag.
i business undei '.i" fictitious name
l sHF:.VANIH>AH VPARTMENTS ai
'....;:.. K6th Street, Miami Beach,
r'iorl la, Inti ml to rcglati r said name
iili th- Clerk of th- Circuit Louri
,.! I lad- t!ounty. Florida.
SAMIKI. YANOWITZ
DIC STANLEY tlOBYHlN
KiiVNKK A MANNHBIMER
Vttorni '' >'' nandoah A|>ai-tments
". 29, I 13, '-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUF '
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59022-C
In RK Estate nf
I'll I'ERUN
.. -, d,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
iv \". ,':. dltors and am Persona Ho
ma i.r Demands Agalnat .-.
reby notlfli d and r.
quired to |ireent an) claims at i
,,,,. which you may have agalj
the estate f JOSEPH rF.Ki.iN
ceased lat. of Dade County. Florid
,,, ,ii, .-"ini!.. Judges "i Bade -miit
and file the sam- In duplicate and
provided In Section 13 16. Florli
{statutes in lh. I hi th. fjbu
,. fourtlvil- in 1'ad- County. PI'
Ida within six calendar montha fro
,,,-' t|,e of the flrat mibbllcett
hereof, or the same will be bawed
Dated at Miami. Florida, this -
*" "' A,"".\ls..Vi.c:N
\s Executrlg
1 | -, publication of this notlca
Ml, day "I April, 1983
\l.AN R. LtiRBER
Attorney for Executrls
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
13, 19,
>ih
.ii
I.N
.1
be
said
pre-
. ..nd a iv.'ie- Pro *'..n-
" :'i I.....i. I. .I iinainst you for
i..r, demanded in the oomplalnt
1 TF.l> ii,-. i,,ii da) "f March, 1993
,. II l.KA rill-.KMAN. ri-ik
n uli Court, Dad
.'rruit
Ida,
III 1111,lie................
,-.,uit ,.i bade County, nor-
i:i.v BWIRN
EVBL.TN PHIIXIP8
S"l, OWfll r-
WHITBACRE .v ROBBINS
Attorneys for Applicants
Ml W ih St.. Iliaieali. Kla
Huv-
Said

..> *.iunt\. F .i.i Ida
Bl V. P. COPELAND
iiepiiiv i-|, rk
Kaplan .v Cataman
l.-|. .. ......".in. \;i|H.l
-Fifty Bulldini
l'i.-t Sir.,,
Florida
3/22-29. I 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 IlERBBY -HI
the undersigned, desirlnf
business under the >>'i''1';'1- n E
rnitiiwi"1 s '"ll "' '- ,
,', sn.'i. Miami, Florida
,,.i r in.. With the i Ik oi
Circuit Court ol Dad. ounty.
"orMt'g|KCX> COWOBATION
R. i. -i I. s i" Pi
Vtteat: Howard J Rlchman
s,,-. ,. tir, nii-i.i >. Furman
B) Jack A F'liiniaii
attorneys for K ""'
,, Florida iHin>oratlon.
,i i, ,, Coronado Htudios
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. N PROBATE
No. 58970- B
IN RE: Estate of
JOSEPH V. DAVIDSON,
1 (eccased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All redltora and Ml F"
Ins Claimi or Demands Agniu-t
E"You:ar hereb) notified gnd i;--
qdlred to pi^eenl any claims and -
mands which you may have agalnat
the estate ol Joaeph v Davidson do-
...,s......te of 1'ade .o.iniy. F'.orl.la.
lo the Count) Judges ol Hade I oun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate ami
a* provided In Section J3*.l. Florhla
Statutes, in their offlc. n lh. i oiin-
,v ,.....-tin.ii- iii Bad. County. Flor-
ida, within -.v nlendai months fnirn
. of Hi. ii'-i pubM.-ntli a heu-
' ''" -' ""!>". ,''"". ., .
listed ai Miami. K -''
',-,;i;:^;,hvOi:l^',r^v:i'-'iN
\. i:\, rutrlx
rtOriF'RT SCtVTT KAIl'M W
Vttorne) for FScecutrlx
id, j llullding
Ml mi :- Florid ^
l\ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR UA IN PROBATE
NO. S8692 C
In RK: F'stat.
i vcoh klf:inm \n
i..,-..i--.i
notice of probate
the state of florida:
to \' i. persons intf:rf:stf.d
THE KSTA I K t>F S Ml'
i ilSCKDBNT,
Vou are hereb) notified that
inn in purpoi urn; i
,ii, lasl v 11 an I testament "t
, ,,, has been adlllltted to .
bate in aald Court You an bereft)
manded within six calei i
lh, fr. in the date of the flrat
nubile itlon this notice to appear
in sai.l Court and show cause, Iran)
...u can. whi the atclon ol aald l ourt
in admlttlns said ill tp probate
should it..1 si in.I ii'ir. v"ked.
QEORtIF: T, CLARK
t'ciuntv Vudge
MEI.BA '". 1'ICK
Clerk
Fii Ml, duj of April, B>8.
IIKNItY M W MI'/.KIN
Mti'in-y
ssr, Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
K'"ri',;' ., I*, l, M
IN THE COUN if JuDucii COUP"
,N|N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58654A
,; ''iii^i'V;, M MBjAlW. -
AltRAM M. I'1'.l-All-I'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T, ill""editors and AU Pgraons Hi
- Vgalnst Sad Eatate.
You are herebl notified and
ouired to present any cUlma and d
v;' -,,;v^ !.....%fi*
id 1 tn ii- County Judg. "' '
C"nt ....'I --'- lV.-iE.i2 -\T
, its and .- 1 ovlded In Bectlon fSS.11
V,',,,., sia.'ii.es, in theirLomowr
h- County Courthouaa In Pad- "i"
'. Fi.uiiia. within sin catendi
months Horn the time of the fi
"/dn.-ati..., h-veof. or thO same *u
'", ,';;;'d"'!,t Miami. Florida, this
"- Vfi,Vr,:\N, ','; \toVi.KorP
\s Executor
Plrst publication of this notice
the 5th day of April. IH*.
II MIKV ZUKKRNrCK
, \ttorne\ for Executor
ISO Lincoln Road, Miami |B^JBlt|
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MANUFACTURERS Of SUPtRIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
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the
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"World
"Jewish Flor idiaxi
Hillevi Schine Finds
Happiness at Home
M:=- Florida. Friday. April 12. 1963
Section B
Re:r :ig congratulations oi Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, named chairman oi the
. s Division, and Leonard Rosen, named chairman of
:ei Miami Corr.mihee for State of Israel Bonds, last
night at o social affair in the new Roosevelt home
i Beach., The leaders will be installed at an Israel
lenco Dav Dinnei on Apr. 28 in the Fontamebleau
See story, Page 1-A).
So
lorsnip
hip For
Norland Senior
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ferr
tin: .
Uh
Clul
B'n;
can
SI
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ar.il
Bttcl
ior |
Uiai
i n Rosenborg, a sen-
iip Norland Senior High,
awarded an annual Si.too
ip at Carnegie Institute
ology al PitUburgh, Pa.
it .it Little River Ele-
EdisOO Junior High and
n nior High before traiis-
Norland, Sheila is a Na-
' rii finalist, a member of
:ul Honor Society, French
rrotl Service Club and
ritb Girls. She plans a
- a librarian.
is the daughter of Mr.
Nathan ROBOnbeag, 5800
St.. No. .Miami Beach.
a brother. Michael, who
North Miami Beach Jim
The family came to
in Pittsburgh nine years
SMILA lOSfNBfffG
vT
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bv ISABEL GROVE
Mrs. Strauss
Reelected
Reelected for a second term a.-
president of the Junior Auxiliary
Oi the Jewish Home for the Aged,
Mrs. Barthold J. Strauss heads the
slate for 1963-64.
Serving as vice presidents will
be Mrs. George Israel. Mrs. Jos-
eph Epstein, Mrs. Louis Bresler
and Mrs Morris Ratner; record
ing recretary, Mrs. Harold Rosen:
corresponding secretaries, Mrs.
Frank Biaunstein. Mrs. Clara Sil-
versteen and Miss Rena Stem; fi-
nancial secretary. Mrs. Joseph
Namm; treasurer. Mrs. Ann Lip
stock
Next scheduled event for the
group is the annual donor lunch
eon and entertainment to be held
on Tuesday. Apr 23. at the Deau-
ville Hoicl.
By FRANCES LEHMAN
Lovely Hillevi (Mrs. David)
Schine is as beautiful today as
she was when she won the Miss
Universe contest back in 1955.
Born in Alsta. Sweden, the fu-
ture beauty queen excelled in
Sportl and gymnastics, as well
as in hand ball, and was chain
pion high-jumper in the province
of Upland.
Learning to swim in Sweden,
where the summers are brief, is
compulsory in the first grade,
and the schools' also make ar-
rangements for skiing trips to
the mountains during the win-
ters Hillevi laughingly recalls
that she always was impatient
for the cold weather because
she particularly loved the skiing.
The Lovely Interpreter
When she was ready for col-
lege. Hillevi's family moved to
Uppsala, where she attended the
university, majoring in lan-
guages. Following graduation.
he wont to Spain as interpreter,
and it was on her return home
that she was asked to participate
in the contest which would short
Iv change her whole way of life.
HILLEVI THEN
She came to America as "Miss
Sweden" and eventually became
Miss Universe."" winning among
Other prize.-, a contract with
Universal Studios
In Hollywood, the blonde star-
lette received a complete train
Continued on Page 5-B
SUNSH'NE F.AS-"ONS
\\
Completely
Carefree...
R&K" Costume
Of Arne
25.95
anniversary [estivUies
Saturdaj night with cock
the si.rtside home of F.tiy
id Bernard Weinman, who
arried 25 year- ago in
New v iks Concourse Plain .
"'' the intimate group of 20
"'"' n to the Thunderbird for
d the show, all planned
1,1 friends of the honorees,
and Bernie Reich .
1 included Etty's mother.
> Esther Reicer, of New
. The Welsaman teen-
- liter. Randy, son Jerry.
graduate from Florida
n at Lakeland, his pin
Linda Shorn, attending the
ty of Miami and her
parents, the Maury Shems .
First year in their new home
at 5630 Twin Lakes Dr., F.rma
and Bernard Rosenblatt did a
turn-about and hosted the tradi-
tional family holiday dinner on
Monday evening Enjoying
the role of guest*. Bernard's
mother, Mrs. Rose Coldfarb. Er
ma'S parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
r\ Kdelman, and her aunt and
uncle, Ruth and Barney Rosen
berg, with their two And
the Rosenblatt children Leon 15.
Jack 13 and Paula Robin 10.
a *
Joan Manheimer. who won
first Place in Girls Extempor-
Continued on Page 6-B
Our R&K Originals costume is like a
cool breeze for your tropical
summer -- needs no pampering,
loves soap-and-water,
drip-dries ready to wear. A
great traveler that won't wilt
or crush when packed. Sleeveless
dress has unpressed pleats.
jacket is lined
Black/white or turguoise pin-stripe
Misses' sizes
Just say. "charge it!"
MISSES' DRESSES
MIAMI THIRD FLOORS
ALSO DADELAND MIAMI BEACH
163rd STREET SHOPPING; CENTER
FT LAUDEROALE. W FST PALM BEACH
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Friday. April 12. 196"
Garden Clubs Plan Convention
, the Garth, voaag beech, and Mr-
Mai leuita iu*r> MwtW'. > iU char
sta'e board dinner
air u>-
M -;. it: ?.--'
Oier ;. deiefate* repr*
a= l.Mt zardea caahs and circlrt.
: far ~F n
3aa.
rs E4wm B
>r:z at SU5. Beaeh. state eea-
Other iocs! waaeea serocg a
etua*xer- are X ry a
aari Mn J 2 Pfh -oa
Mr? a vepoer. moeeSaa
tor of betel jerrx**: Mr- Rose
I JWV Auxiliary
In Meeting Here
-*.ec~e /..-.- /. zar r.zs;'h ..-. >-
t v eprir.c :;-:r:t-;e c: :.-. .:.-..-.--.- Brcr.cr.
L^ccr-.,* -.: -.he Dated Syno-
Yr?'^ rS- A^-.*rr.'--. crre scp ... Mn Heavy
<~ 7 Mrs .'"-.--.- Eecicer Mrs ?:.; H::
*..- and Mn Ha
cere Mrs A^.ry;
-.-...re.^-.-.e -..-.r_-:
and Mn Men :.:
E liana War \
I 1
r ..:-:
-
TV awe- ted b*
- -
- -
'--.". Sciwe-de^. 3c*tv*" rc"w
an Mrs Hcrcid ?*..--.-.-: v;-- \
baosi deau. and Mr- Marti S*bjm:
trea
\ie 196MM
slate i Praawi and
Hygiene Untl Has Speaker
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dat Ml a uft ay Dr. Maar-
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Page 3-E
Presidents of 15 Miami Beach Groups of Ha-
dassah were among honorees at the Hadas-
soh-Israel 15th anniversary luncheon last
week at the Doral Beach Hotel. Other honor-
ees were Mrs. lark Katzman, who received
the Israel Bond's Woman of Valor Award,
ond Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hada3sah. The lunch-
eon was held on behalf of Israel Bonds. Shown
are presidents of the Miami Beach Hadassah
Groups: Mesdames Joseph Alexander, Ellis
Amdur, Eva M. Blum, Harry P. Cohen, Sher-
man Fast, Hadassah Fassler, Manuel Feier-
man, Samuel S. Goldberg, Fred Jonas. Esther
Levitz, Joseph Meyer, Norman Meyers, Joseph
Rosenberg, Hattie Safir, and Ben Zeigmund.
Opti-Mrs. Lists Achievements
MHvin Richard, president of the ally-disturbed children at the Mo -
Miami Beach Optimist Cli/b, will tanari Clinical School in Huleal
ipeak on -A Threat to Demo- ^tion. the club prftvM<
craeV' at thc-tmrplieon mretinff-of ~a nurse-'- scholarship at Jackso
the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach .Memorial Hospital, as well as i
to be held on Tues.lay. 11:30 a.m.. i0iin scholarship, and contribute*
at the Barcelona Hotel. ., monthly sum of money toward;
_ ., ,. the salary <>f a Btaff psychologic-
Durinfi the past fiscal year, the L,, Varietv children's Hospital,
club held three major fund-rais- ..... .. ~ .
ing affairs which netted Sll.000. a Btemlberslaip roster of the Opt
gain.of S3.000 over the previous **" cll'b ,hl* >ear reache(1 th:
year 100 mark, and plans to increas
the membership are also on th;
A large part of these funds went \ agenda for next year. Mrs. Mui
to the club's main project, a ; ray Sonnett is president of th
scholarship program for emotion- club.
David M. Sassoon. of the Israel
Embassy in Washington. A high-
light of the luncheon was the light-1
ing of 15 candles on a huge birth-
day cake by leading members of
Hadassah in a ceremony conduct-
900 Beach Hadassah Members Turn Out
To Pay Tribute to Women's Leaders
More than 900 members of Mi Hadassah-Israel 15th anniversary ed by Rabbi Leon Kronish, of
ami Beach Hadassah and their luncheon, chaired by Mrs. Dorothy Temple Beth Sholom.
lricnds gathered at the Doral Krieger Fink. Mrs. Katzman re- #
I) Hotel last week to honor ceived the Israel Bond Woman of
Mrs Jack. Katzman. Miss Lillian Valor Award, and Miss doodman
Goodman and presidents of the 15 and the 15 presidents were honor
groups comprising the Miami ed for exemplary service to Ha-
h Chapter of Hadassah. j dassah and the State of Israel."
The occasion was the festive' Making the presentation was
NOW!
FARR-GENIGEN TOURS
27 DAYS OF "PLEASURE" TO
ISRAEL-EUROPE
Women's Cancer Unit to Install Officers;
Mrs, Rado to Take Gavel as President
Mrsfe Jerome. Rado will be in-
ltd as r.ew president of the
en's Cancer League of Miami
Bi ach on Friday noon. Apr. 1!. at
tii.' Barcelona Hotel.
Sif.ce its inception in 1959. the
IK has supported cancer re-
-i .'ill and treatment at Mt. Sinai
Hospital of Greater Miami. In
conjunction with the Damon Run-
yon Fund, the League has Install'
ed it Mt. Sinai a Cobalt Bomb
a Magna Scanner and a
Mammogram, three vital pieces of
equipment for cancer diagnosis,
treatment and research.
rhe League also provides a
00 fellowship for a first year
resident, a $5,000 second year fel-
ship, and at the annual col of
KM maintains two research
beds for Indigent and terminal
cancer patients at the hospital.
Mis Paul Bromberg will be in-
stalling officer. Incoming execu-
tive officers and board of direc-
tors for 1963-64 are: vice presi-
dents. Mrs. Ardelle Levitt. Mrs.
Leon Manheimer, Mrs Sidney Ohr-
bach, Mrs. Joseph Segal and Mrs.
Harold Soglovitz; recording secre-
tary. Mrs. Net Waldman; social
secretary, Mrs. Albert Summers;
financial secretaries. Mrs. Martin
Wexler and Mrs. Harold Oster;
corresponding secretaries, Mrs.
Leonard Markell. Mrs. Lil Blas-
t'erg. Mrs. Betty Finegold. and
Mrs. Howard Grove; treasurer.
Mrs. Irving Rubin; chaplain. Mrs.
Jules Stark; nominating commit
Taking part in the candlelight-
ing ceremony were Mesdames
Elise A. Adam*. Sam Beckerman,
William Bornstein. Benjamin
Friedman, David Goodman, Louis
Grossman, Morris Uirseh. K.dward
Horowitz. Benjamin Kane. Joseph
Upton, Tessie Litt. Shirley Rach-
lin. Samuel T. Sapiro. and Fred
Somerstein,
Hadassah Group presidents who
were honored were Mesdames Jos-
eph Alexander. Ellis Amdur, Eva
M. Blum. Harry P. Cohen. Sher-
man Fast, Hada-sah Fassler. Man-
uel Feierman. Samuel S. Gold-
berg. Fred Jonas. rMher Levitz,
Joseph Meyer. Norman Meyers,
Joseph Rosenberg, Hattie Safir
and Ben Zeigmund.
'FIRST DEPARTURE MAY 18
via EL AL AIRLINES JET
ms. mom KADO
tee chairman, Mrs. Leon Manheim-
er; parliamentarian, Mrs. Ethel
Gerson.
Advisory board members are
Mrs. Mickey Krau-. Mrs. Abe
Schonfeld and Mrs. Frances Linn.
Honored at the installation and
luncheon meeting will he 36 mem-
bers to be presented with awards
by out-going president. Mrs.
Frances Linn, for efforts in sup
porting club projects.
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
Robert Grossman.
Restauranteurs
To Host for C J A
Arthur Horowitz, of Juniors, Irv-
ing Kaplan, of Toby's Cafeterias,
and Irving Rubin, of the PuD. nave
invited leaders of the Restaurant
and Allied Food Industries to at-
tend the second annual cocktail
party given by the group on be-
half of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
The party will be held in the
Flamenco Room of the Barcelona
: Hotel on Thursday. Apr. 25. at 2
p.m., and the co chairmen of the
! group will be hosts for the oc-
1 casion on behalf of the Silver An-
i niversary campaign of CJA.
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+Jemi Friday. AprJ 12. 1363
Hamming m mmm
Young Matrons
Unit Formed For
1 Combined Appeal
ifpm
1
- M V_-3 V=.~- M_-;r .er rr.d Mrs. Marshall Harris
er-
A m- crz.ch is r_l-
rers _-- ^e -. ;: tie .^.aierxar. 7ecr_p_cr: Society. Scs-rr.
wir. Mrs .*e-.r;e Gross-tre: :e-er w--p -cstec tr.e cccriul
*s~. s Z-tT~-s.tr. eve:.: a- r_er .* -yrre are ~.ert Mrs, ^'.:* F
Tr^r. pr^-s.-er.: ~:z Mrs Zs~,ir.s.'; iLnecer r'-rtk speaker c:
v % arerr-c^a. Mrs. Grp&s.-re: r::ep'_s a Scroll o* Hcacr
Technion Women Hear Latest Report;
70 New Members Added to Roster
ir!.
a- dm aacher -I- I.-.-.
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\ !-: .* -1-' : aes K the :;-
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- art
..". '"-r :."- :
ciooj re* tie surrrr.e: procrprr; z: Young Matrons for CIA
Mrs ie-e-P-r* SuTeravcr; .= cienrman of the group, whk
pl-ar-r.ee z program to bring trie Federation story to ever.-
port :: 3:e-rter Micrr_ lirsugr. r ser.es of coffees, swiro. -p.-
pes ppp /_r.czecas

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oaten at
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'In supporting Tecbtuor.
help to build I -t-cm of
science i area npoo which
Israel $ -*!;. heavily and
hose ad-.aneement is so dearly
Laked to Israel she con-
tumed
Of the 70 new member* who
signed up. nine were life mew
r-er=. r was announced by Mrs
Phihp F Than, president. She
f-rpiajned that, i.ihke most or-
ajmatmtmu -> Women's Division
of the American Technion Society
does not engage in fund-raisacg/
Mrs. Jennie Gro-ssinger, noted
I woman, civic leader and
philanthropist, was host to the
TeefcariM groan As a founder.
she was awarded a Scroll of Hem-
Forum to Meet
Friday Evening
T'" Town Hali
Forj.-r. pn
? Die" on
Fridaj || |kc -Ai-.-v- a
d Loan A
123* Washington Ave.
Participating were Dr. Har-
ry E V. h y Schumach-
ard J Lanta and N'el-
an Sweet, president, Miami Beach
Eir Assn
Chaim Rose is president of the
>nization.
T
ifjaoed :
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test's Cha: the past three
M.aca! portion of the progra-r
jred the team of Sa.-i.-. a.-.d
Haras Fershko. .;-:
sieger and pianist-com poser.
ere victims of Hitienaz UucJIj
..-. a concentration camp. They
sorsiied despue loss of limbs, axd
on to successful careers 'm
the coccen world, appearxg twice
on the Ed Sullivan Show, and in
recitals in Canada. Mex.co anc
E-.rope.
At the recent national cocver.
tion of the Technion Women's Di-
M ir. Philadelphia. >Ir. Trudy
Hamerschlag was named natienal
membership chairman, and cited
for the UfhM chapter enrollment
m the United States in the large
city categories.
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Flagier Names
Camp Director
Flagier irasada
aWMBeed plar.5 : :p-e.-i- a -_
- pr-.zr;- ;mmer. Ap-
p->.r.tment *a; made this werk .:'
n Marcia Levin a- director
Mr; Leva camping experience
iMfain awHSama m Wmc ---
director at the Flagier Center
the past year, chairman of the
Zionist Yowrh Commission in Da.
las. Tex leisure time progri.T.
leader in Fall River. Mass, an-
as sistant to the director of a cav
eanap m Bethlehem. Pa. She
1m seized in many capacities as
both leader and director m var-
ious other youth activities.
Assisting Mrs. Levin in the
camp program will be M
Elayne Cohen, teacher tin Flag-
ier NuiMlj School. ar>j
Chic" E .--true-
tor a: Fii^.er km
year- U *-.. -_ .- I
Flagier Granada s S t t
Caara will bt lot ..-.....-- ri
ing -- -. 3 to 12. Pre-
school children may attend on
either a full day or a
.
he given only with parent
-er.t
Bible Circle Meelmt,
Meeting of the Bib!e Circle,
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scheduled for Tuesday evening at
Temple Judea.
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Fr.day. April 12, 1963
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Page 5-B
TIME WITH THEIR CHILDREN
Hilievi Schine Finds
Happiness at Home
ookinjj
orner
G.
Bellin
ntioued from Page 1-B
course from drama to hone
riding but the moving picture
reer for which she was being
Dined ended abruptly, it was
lus tin that she met David
lie
; !> didn't hava a second date
iici......bs, when suddenly
found they couldn't bear to
be apart, and saw one another
mi re and more often. The ro-
ne was climaxed with their
i! ..mage if. 1957. in the oldest
.ynagogue in New York City, fol-
lowing which, they came to live
in Miami Beach.
Sporls Enthusiasts
)f the*many places she has
visited, Hilievi believes the cli-
mate here iias no equal any-
i r-. Both she and her hus-
band enjoy the outdoors and de-
vote their leisure time-to swim
ag goi: and tennis.
Both licensed pilots, Hilievi and
I), vid pilot their own plane, fly-
ing t" David-- many business ap-
pi ntments is head of the Schine
[erprises The Roney Plaza
is on I the organization's
ud Miami Beach landmarks.
Hil doesn't stay a was
long ler home and the
red there In the
r Schin ffspring. There's
ho attends nurserj
: an lings Hebrew
ightiuil) Mark; and year-old
i; n Keven. Hilievi
certaii new arrival, ex-
led it fall, will be a |
"he Schir. -. who spend a great
i || ol ith their children.
I thai older the children
the tun they are.
>n i cook, Hilievi
ughl m 'V recipes from her
Deluding ones [or
less certain about traditional
holiday dinners and usually calls
for help for those dishes.
A noticeable difference here,
Hilievi tinds, is that religion
seems to be stressed more than
in Sweden, where people are tak-
en as they are. without too much
The variety of dishes which can
be prepared from shoulder of
lamb is truly amazing. Since the
meal la tender, it can be broiled
or roasted, as well as simmered
or braised. It can be cut into
small pieces to make fine stews
or ragouts, or sliced as chops to
broil or braise. Choice boneless
cubes are used for the kebobs
which add so much to our outdoor
der of lamb
1-8-oz, can tomato sauce
% teaspoon dry mustard
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
2 tablespoons dark brown sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice
desired, blend the drippings with
1-2 cup boiling water, and serve
separately. This amount makes 5
to 6 portion-.
Roast Shoulder of Lamb with
Lemon-Like Sauce
2'v lbs. boned and rolled shoul-
der of lamb
1-3 cup prepared mustard
1-3 cup dark brown sugar
2-3 cup lemon-lime carbonated
beverage
2 teaspoons Worcestershire
sauce
Insert a meat thermometer into
the center of the roast. Place the
meat on a rack in a shallow roast-
ing pan, and roast, uncovered, at
325 deg. F. for one hour. Pour off
Insert a heat thermometer into
' the center of the roast, and place
roasts or "fine indoor' dimng" Large | on the rack of a shallow roast" .any "fat which accumulates, "com-
pieces of shoulder lamb may be i inS Pan- Put >' uncovered, into bine the mustard, brown sugar,
prepared as pot roasts, or cooked: an oven preheated to 325 degs. P., and Worcestershire sauce until
HlLLEVI NOW
delicious cookies. She's a little
inquiry into their religious back-
ground.
Student of Hebrew
Hilievi has now added Hebrew
to her language accomplishments
and enjoys the teaching sessions
with Dr. Irving Lherman at
Temple Kmanu El.
Both the Schines love music
and do everything they can to
help make Miami a center of
culture, lr addition to listening
to good music in their own home,
they are members of the Young
Patroness of the Opera, and
Hilievi is vice president of the
Symphony Club.
In all, Sweden may hove lost
a native daughter and Hollywood
a talented beauty, but this com-
munity is happy to call Hilievi
Schine its very own.
in the oven uncovered, just as! and roast for one hour Pour off smoothly blended. Stir in the
we do fine ribs of beef. ._ .. ,..,,:,. ,,, rm lemon-lime beverage, and pour half
When the bones are left in the a"y fat *h,ch accumula,es- Com-,the sauce over the meat. Roast
meat, they give additonal flavor, bine the remaining ingrediems un- 30 mjnutes longer, then pour the
but in the roasts this does require> til smoothly blended. Pour half rest of the sauce over the meat,
extra skill in carving. For ease I over the meat. Be sure to cover J Continue roasting until the ther-
in serving, the shoulder may be! the entire surface. Roast 30 min- mometer registers the preferred
boned and rolled. In this form I utes longer, and pour half of the degree of doneness. Baste with
it is a good choice for guest meals j remaining sauce over the surface i the sauce in the pan once during
or buffets, as it is not only attrac-'of the meat. Repeat with the re- this remaining cooking time. For
tive in appearance both before and I maining sauce 20 minutes later.: meat which is just well done al-
after it is carved, but it may be: Continue roasting until the ther-'low about 2U hours total cooking
prepared in unusual ways with a mometer registers the preferred time. To serve, place the meat on
variety of seasonings. | degree of doneness. Allow about a platter. Skim away fat from the
A rolled shoulder roast of lamb 2'-j hours for well-done. Remove j surface of the gravy, and pass the
is usually purchased in pieces of the thermometer and place the, gravy separately. This amount
from 2'i: to 4 pounds. For a fine meat on a platter. If a gravy is serves 5 to 6.
completed dish it should be pre-
pared by the butcher with care,
all excess fat and gristle removed,
and the meat tightly rolled. If
the shoulder is to be roasted on a
rack, uncovered, as we do beef,
it must be of the finest quality,
just as ribs of beef must be.
The taste is usually considered
to be improved if the meat is
sprinkled with salt, pepper, and a
little garlic powder, and the sur-
f; co covered with thin slices of
lemon. In place of the garlic pow-
der, thin slivers of garlic may be
inserted in tiny cuts made in the
surface of the meat at even in-
tervals. In Continental cooking,
roast lamb is preferred medium to
medium-well done. Here, most
people like it well-done. To have
it exactly as you wish it, use a
meat thermometer.
For today we are suggesting two
recipes in which the meat is
roasted uncovered, but the flavor
is varied with sauces added as the
lamb cooks. The tomato sauce
contains only familiar Ingredient -
but imparts a new, delightful taste
to the lamb. The leinen-lime bev-
erage in the second recipe may
geem odd, but is really just a
nuick way ol yetting a truly de-
licious sweet-sour taste which
hiencls well with the rich meat.
Broiled Shoulder of Lamb
with Tomato Sauce
SM lbs boned and rolled shoul-
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aneous Speaking during the Dis-
trict National Forensic League
Tournament held last month in
Cleanvater. Fla.. will compete in
the national tournament to be
held in June at Rice University
in Houston. Tex The 16-
year-old daughter of Dr. and Mrs
Leon Manheimer. Joan i- a
straight-A junior at Beach High
. Shes a member of Sorotta
Service Cub. vice president-elect
of the Classical Club, and serves
on the Chaplain's staff ... In
addition, t'.e talented teenager
i. a fine pianist .
Mrs Abbe Lane giving a lunch-
eon for daughter. Abbe Lane, on
Saturday in the Fleur de Lis
Room of the Fontamebleau .
It will just be a small group of
close friend* Abbe and hus-
band Xavier Cugat open the fol-
lowing dav for a week's engage-
ment at the Font.
*
A 40-year separation will come
to an end when Mrs. Anne Hut-
terer. of Jerusalem, arrives for
a visit with her sister. R<
(Mrs Jacki F.lbaum Doth
born in Czechoslovakia. Mrs. El-
baum left her native land in
1923 Her sister remained,
then spent the war years in
Poland, where she lost her hus-
band, finally making it to Israel
in 1950 Now they'll have a
tew weeks to become reacquaint
ed and catch up on the many
things they have experienced in
the intervening years.
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Bon voyage party for Anita
and Joe Molien. leaMn; -non for
an extended stay in Europe,
hosted by Evelyn and Ben Clein
in their home at "175 SW 118:h
St. A former president of
Temple Beth Am Brotherhood.
Joe and his wife surrounded by
well-wishers Rabbi Herbert and
Mrs Baumgard. Cantor and Mrs
Charles Kodner. Beth Am presi
dent. Joseph Altschuller. and his
Mrs.. Virginia Also the Max
R;i-kins. George Malins. the Jer
ry Anapols. the Marv Stein>.
Joan and Ted Schwartzman
Edith and Jules Freeman the
Sia Glukstads. the Seymour Leo-
-. Stan Wellins. the Norman
Greens, the Sam Steens. Joyce
Birchstein. Jerrv Robin.-on and
Hedv and Don Carlin .
Same weekend the Clems
daughter. Judy, attended the
Southeastern Federation of Tem
pie Youth Conclave in Jax
Met many of her friends from
the summer she attended Tem
pie Camp in Cleveland. Ga.
where she II he returning in Au-
gust.
A 65th wedding anniversary
celebrated this past weekend I,.
Sara and 1-aac Seelig. both 8"
Winter visitors here for th.
pasl 25 yean, the couple was
honored at c dinner party Fn
day evening at the Morton Tow
ers, where daughter Mrs. Mir
iam Kobley maintains an apart
ment Toasting the couple
Isaac's sister. Mrs. Minna Kahn
with son. Dr. Solomon Kahn. an h:> wife. Rae Also grann
son. Dr. Ronald Kobley. and hi-
two young ones Close friend-
Rosalynd and Joe Geicher. Mr
and Mrs. Emanuel Josslolf, Bi.i
Me>er> and Mr. and Mrs. EmU
Salmon The Seeligs ended
their current three-month visit
and left Sunday for their hom>
in Cincinnati, with daughter Far
nye (Mrs. Michaeli Eitiinger
Students Take Part in Beth Am Friday Service
Mrs. Louis Grossman (left1, president of Temple Zion Sister-
hood, and Mrs. Alfred Waxman. wife of Temple Zion's spir-
tual leader, set a Passover table in Burdine's fifth floor China
Department prior to the opening of the Passover observance
.ast Monday evening. Passover will continue through next
Monday and Tuesday._____________________________
Donor Awards
For Harmony
Mrs. Sidney Teper will preside
i the donor awards and election
l officers of Harmony Chapter,
:;'nai B'rith Women, on Wednes-
< ay evening at the Washington
ederal Savings and Loan Audi-
jrium. 1234 Washington Ave.
Special guests will be Mrs. Al-
. e I Reich, president of District
and Mrs. Stanley Goldberg,
. riapter service officer.
Mrs. Moe Hinden, historian, will
. resent a report.
I AM THE BEST TAILOR
town. IS yrjrt in Miami, all types
kf.ioni far man ana) woman
S. Drvekar, 19 N.E. 3rd. Si.
Ph. FRanklin 4-1166
Attend
services
tEis week
otijour own
worship
:BIRTHDAZE:
A son. James David, was born
Apr. 2 tc Joni and Stanley Tate.
He joins brother Kenny 11, and
sister Linda H. Maternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Morton
Greenwood. Paternal grandpar-'
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tatel-!
man.

Rhonna and Shelley Aberman
are parents of another son, Neil
; Allan, born Mar. 31. Two other
! children in the family are Howard
' Scott 5. and Lori Ann 3. Maternal
' grandmother and great-grand-
; mother are Mrs. Nat Sater and
Mrs. Anne Kaplan. Paternal
j prandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sol
i Wolf.
. a
Jeffrey Jay was born Mar. 25 to
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Glover, 42
I Samana Dr. The new child has
i a sister, Joan Barbara 4. and
brother Alan Morton, 17 mos. Mat-
ernal grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Ezekiel Landau, N.Y.; pat-
ernal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Glover, of Miami
Beach.
First Bid for Office
Making his first bid for political
office is William M. McDonald,
who is running for City Council of
North Miami Beach. Editor of a
weekly newspaper. McDonald is on
the publicity committee of the
I United Fund.
During Friday evening services
last week at Temple Beth Am,
conducted by Dr. Herbert M.
Baumgard. Cantor Charles S. Kod-
ner and the choir of the sixth grade
class of the Religious School of-
fered the musical portions of the
program.
CfclMran partii ipatlne were Karen
Boacoi Keren Casper, Davida Cob-
en Lyons Fur-man. Junle Goodman,
.!:>. ki. Opaaaan, Bather Levy, Bonnd
Ann Uplnaky, Randall Cromer, Even
Douglas, Scott Dreyfus. Charles Far-
k.i>. Aain l-"\. Jay Fr;inkt-1. Andrvw
M.ll-r. !tarry K'.ffiiian. Larry Lewis,
Andrew Maries, Howard Btlchaelson,
Harr> Morse, Steven Pallot, Robert
Ft sentaal, Uarj Sacba, Oar>
Schwarts, Douglas Wohlgemuth,
Ir--n. Abbott. Marcla Paid, Deborah
Ran*, Carol Schwarts, Cathy 81m-
-. Lynn Stublns, Barbara Wltus,
Erie Batoff, Russell Bh-ck. Stevei
Brill. Kenneth Burns, Joel rVirsteln,
Lawrence Furman. 1'atil Heydemann,
David Klein, Michael Kllngennan.
ir\ini; Lawrence. Paul Relken,
Stephen Rogers. Barry Bchwarti
Joseph Schwarts, Scott Segal, Ra
moml Shapiro, David Shi. lai
Stern, Bruce W'elnsteln, Jerry Wax-
ier, Sandra Arkln. Judith Aronaon,
Judy Bernstein, sun Qllbert, Kai -
en Gottlieb, Debra lir^.n, Janet Joe-
. ; i. Bhi lla BUberman, Lauren
Siesel. Janls Sombsrg. Wendy Wcm.i.
Robert Benin, Clerald Knsri. Oary
Pajrln, Donald Oarveti Mar.- Kay<
li.i. i Kl- in. Paul Kram.-r, B
Krueger, Michael Lefkove, Mark
LeitM.n. Jefr Mill, r, Murray Perch
Alan BaBman, Richard Schwsrts,
'Strokes1 Will
Be Discussed
A film and talk, both titled
"Strokes." will be on a special pro-
gram presented by the American
Federation of Senior Citizens on
Monday evening at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn..
1234 Washington Ave.
Guest speaker. Dr. Burton Lev-
in, member of the Speakers Bu-
teau of the Heart Association of
' Greater Miami, will be introduc-
! ed by I. C. Cahail. director of Dale
i Carnegie School in Miami.
Chairman of the program is Mrs.
Fav Levy.
Tndd, Michael Ztti i iara
Abel, M..nlia A I hi li I I
I' i
FUhman, Asa Hacker. Min | Har-
ris. I.it. la Ho Igee
l n bun Kltn an, I m< Lan
Donna I. ti in B isan Luboa. Mai
Avlck. Norman Bambers Danl<
Cowan, Edward tJoMsteln, David
J.,l.!..n. Robert Kronengi.M. H
I., small. Robert Llppman, Richard
Paradlea, Brent ProbUisky, Dennl*
Rafkln. Steve Relsman Andrew
si-.: > Sherman, i lai Solo-
Paul Tumarkln, Philip Zrskind,
an'l Bt< 1 Tusln.
On Saturday morning, the con-
firmation group, comprising 8th.
9th. and 10th grade students, held
a Seder in the Student Union Cafe-
teria of the University of Miami.
Sunday morning classes held a
combined Seder in Temple Audi-
torium. Parents committee in
charge included Mrs. Gerald Ros-
en. Mrs. Eleazer Greenstein. Mrs.
Max Brown. Mrs. Robert Garvett.
Mrs Meyer Brilliant. Mrs. Dan
Farkas. Mrs. Melvin Levinson and
Mrs. Fred Segal.
The Temple's annual Passover
Seder was on Tuesday evening.
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Hebrew Univ. Friends Plan Installation;
To Celebrate Israels 15th Anniversary
Officers of the Anne Frank Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women gather at their fourth annual
donor luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Lett to right are Mrs. Tena Katz, founder pres-
ident; Mrs. Simon Sanders, coordinating vice
president; Mrs. David A. Hess, donor chair-
man; Mrs. David Shwiller, president; Mrs.
Harry Kaufman, fund-raising vice president;
Mrs. Moe Miller, program vice president; and
Mrs. Hewett Weiss, chapter cervice officer.
Some 150 women attended the event, which
featured awards to members and a fashion
show modeled by members of the chapter.
Edith Zipp, fashion editor of The Jewish Flor-
idian, was coordinator and commentator.

Making plans for their big meeting and show
night on Apr. 17 is the North Dade Chapter of
Women's American ORT, headed by Mrs.
lfe:uy Gilbert, shown at a recent board meet-
ing at the Diplomat Hotel. The program will
be held Wednesday evening at Beth Torah
Congregation, 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd.,
featuring the noted performer, Michael Ko-
men. Visitors to the ORT board session were
Deane Davis (seated right), president of Na-
tional Life Insurance Company of Vermont,
and Mrs. Davis. Others seated are (from left)
Mrs. Irving Brown. Mrs. Paul Rarback, and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilbert. Board members
(standing) are Mesdames Mortimer Durst,
Sanford Kahn, Louis Pressman, Heinz Hol-
schauer, Michael Farber, Ceil Freed, Howard
Horn, David Kaplan, Hy Mallinger, Murray
Slater, Milton Firtel, Joseph Rocklin, Norman
Brown, Rocky Shapiro, Andrew Weiss, Marion
Geller, Arthur Blechman, and Jack Diamond.
American Friends of the Hebrew
University will install officers at
a reception Saturday night, Apr.
27. iit the Ugiera Hotel. Reeled
ed president, Jack S. Popick, will
be installed by his fellow national
vice pre>; lent of the American
Friends, Leonard Ratner, of Cleve
land. To take office as vice prej
idents are Maurice Revitz. Jacob
Riikin and Leonard Rosen.
Honorary presidents of the South
Florida Division are Charles Char-
cowsky, Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, Sam-
uel T. Sapiro and Herbert S. Sha-
piro. Secretary is Leo Robinson,
and academic council co-chairmen
are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
and Jack D. Gordon.
Board of directors of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem group
will be Sidney Ansin, Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. William Bornstein,
Shepard Broad, Mrs. Charles Char-
cowsky, Hon. Irving Cypen, Dan-
iel Dubbin, Leon J. Ell, Simon
Fisher, Abram Fox, Samuel Fried-
land, Emil Fnedlandcr, Harry
Genet. Henry Gilbert, Ben Gillcr.
Mrs. Rhea C. Gladwin, Mrs. Louis
Glasser. Dr. Philip Gotlieb.
Also Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger, Louis Hirsch.
Dr. David Klein, Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish. Samuel Lachman, Dr. Irving
Lehrman, S. C. Levenson, Joseph
M. Lipton. Leo Mindlin, Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers. Stanley C. Myers,
Hon. Kenneth Oka, Mrs. Samuel T.
Sapiro, Mrs. Eve Schacht, Jacob
Sher. Rabbi David Shapiro. Hon.
Harold B. Spaet. Jerome Stern.
Harold Thurman, Dr. Joseph M.
Weidberg. and Mrs Max Wietz.
Affiliated with the American
Friends is the American Jewish
Phj i< ;..:.-' i omrrilUGe headed
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preset t at ll e Api 27 mei ting
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Dental Fr i '
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I diversity Dental School Dr.
Milton Lilian- i- representative of
the Iraternity to the Hebrew Hi
versity Board. Mrs. Samuel Sii
onhoff is president of the Won i
Division <>f the American Friends.
According to Popictc, the festive
evening will include appropriate
entertainment in celebration of
the 15th anniversary of the State
of Israel.
Passover Marked
At Mount Sinai
ML Sinai Hospital made ar-
rangements last week for a tradi-
tional Passover service for its pat-
ients on Monday afternoon.
Special provisions were made
with physicians on the staff at
ML Sinai for permission tor their
patients to attend. The "wheel-
chair brigade" was accompanied
by nursing staff during the cere-
monies. A traditional Seder t
was set in the hospital dimr.j"
room, with Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. of Temple Menorah. con-
ducting the service, and Cantor
Edward Klein chanting. Also ;
vited were Jewish hospital em-
ployees who could be spared iron,
their duties.
The Passover meal Included
the foods traditional to a Pas.-o\ -
inanu.

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reviewed by Rabbi Leon Kronish.
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, on Sunday morning, at a
breakfast sponsored by the Tem-
ple Sisterhood, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Louis F.
Soetman, Sisterhood president.
The function is open to members
and non members. Proceeds from
the book review series go to the
Sisterhood's Religious School sub-
sidy fund.
Cast of "She Must Marry a Doctor," by Sholem Aleichem. are
(left to right) James Knopke, Albert Cohen, Charlotte Vogel,
Jill Arkin, Sam Slavin and Shirley Friedman. The production
will be staged with "The Income Tax" on Wednesday eve-
ning at Temple Beth Sholom.
Two Comedies At Beth Sholom
*********
Judge Snyder
Seeking Support
Judge Arthur I. Snyder is a can-
didate for mayor in the coming
^o. Miami Beach elections.
He. has been a municipal judge
01 -No. Miami Beach for seven
years, and a senior judge for two
years. He was recently elected
President of the Florida State
Municipal Judges Assn.
Judge Snyder is a senior part
W Ih the law firm of Snyder,
iounj ^ stern. He was appoint-
ed social assistant attorney gen-
ial f>r the State of Florida, and
Temple Beth Sholom Thespians
will present two one-act comedies
at the annual election meeting of
the Sisterhood on Wednesday
evening in the Temple Auditor-
ium.
-She Must Marry a Doctor," by-
Sholem Aleichem, and "The In-
come Tax," by Peg Lynch, will be
the initial offerings of this re-
cently-formed Temple group.
Both plays are being directed
by Leon Unger, a Beth Sholom
member, who has a rich theatrical
background. Cast of "She Must
Marry a Doctor" includes James
Knopke, Charlotte Vogel, Jill Ar-
kin, Sam Slavin, Albert Cohen and
Shirley Friedman.
Participating in The Income
Tax" arc Bunny Jaffe, Harvey
Kramer, Lib Korbin, Sam Rudl
and Stanton Hatpert.
Chairman of the Temple Thcs
pians is James Knopke. Harvey
Kramer is vice chairman. Sara
Silverman is corresponding secre-
tary, Business manager is
Jill
Arkin, and the librarian, Shirley
Friedman. Technical director is
Natalie Halpert.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Shirley (Mrs. Milton) Levir.son didn't like scales or piano lessons
when .-he was a little girl, but she did like the piano. She learned to
play by herself, able to iigure out the most difficult music. She upset
her brother, who was taking lessons, by being able to read and play
all of his pieces of music the minute he got them. In the small town
of northern Michigan where she was born and raised she was active in
sports. She liked the winters for the ice skating and tobogganing. In
summer it was tennis and golf.
At sixteen, she was graduated from a pri-1
vate girls high school. Arriving in Chicago
to visit relatives, she took a course in bank-
ing. Telling a little white lie about her age.
she accepted a job as a bookkeeper in the old
Southside Trust and Savings Bank. At the
time, there were no women tellers, and Shir-
ley became the first. Next, she was promot-,
ed assistant to the vice president. It was
at this time she met Milton, who was a cus-
tomer at the bank. How nice to work in a
bunk and be able to know all about your future
husbands assets!
They were married and came to Florida
on their honeymoon. They hoped to come
bach some day, so when Milton retired, they
returned in July of 1954. By September, they
were already building their own home in'
SHIDLCY Surf side.
Back in Chicago, Shirley headed the U.S.O. Canteen during the
war and had been active in her community. It was natural that she ,
should join in community affairs here as vice president of Bay Division
of National Council of Jewish Women, she also did a fine job of teach-;
ing mah jong and canasta for their "Hobby Huddles." She belongs to
the Civic Association of Surfside and is on the library board. Pres-
ently she is president of the Women's Division, Chamber of Commerce
of Surfside. Bal Harbour, and Bay Harbor Islands.
Shirley is glad that her husband retired while he is young enough
for them both to enjoy life. They travel, dance, swim, play bridgein
fact do all the things that people intend to do but never get around
to doing. Since all of their traveling has been in the United States
and Canada, they have decided that Israel is next on the agenda. No
one ever needs to say to them, "It's later than you think." They're
enjoying themselves, now.
* *
IT WAS A LOVELY LUNCHEON
The tables at the Algiers Hotel were in pink and yellow the day
that Blanche (Mrs. Louis) Friedman entertained at luncheon. Flor-
ence (Mrs. Louis) Wolfson and her sister, Hazel (Mrs. Sol) Wolfson, of
Jacksonville, who is also her sister-in-law, because they are married
to two brothers, were in yellow and pink linen dresses that matched
.he decor. Mrs. Friedman's daughter, Eleanor (Mrs. Gus) Feuer, and
granddaughter, Lois, as well as two other Feuers, Mrs. Marshal Feuer
and Mrs. Clarence Feuer, were in attendance. Among guests were
Mrs. Izzy Hecht, Mrs. Jenny Monsky, Mrs. Anne Anchel. Mrs. Max
Iralson. Mrs. Arnold Dortelbaum, Mrs. May Kurtz. Mrs. Dan Ruskin.
and Mrs. Chester Krone. Mrs. Helene Rice, a former resident of
Miami Beach, is here visiting from Chicago, as well as Mrs. Irene
Dreyer. also from Chicago, who never misses a winter visit to Miami
Beach.
* *
TWO SUNDAYS IN A ROW
The scent of the new-mown grass brought r.ostaligic memories to
the guests who were gathered in the lovely backyard of the Jack
Ferdies. who were entertaining at a cocktail party in honor of their
son, Ainslee. whose marriage to Roslyn Frost took place last Sunday.
Live geraniums made a vivid splash of color. It was strange to see
them growing and not on a kitchen window sill. On the bar, were
bottles of Ainslee's Royal Edinburgh. Everyone kept asking Ainslee
if the distillery really belonged to him. The strolling minstrels play-
ed, and the guests strolled around too. Some of them were Mr. and
Mrs Lou Deutsch. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grossman. Mr. and Mrs. Mannie
Mandel. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schrieber. Mr. and Mrs. George Persandi,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Battisti, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Levitt, Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Estheminon, Jr., Mrs. Nancy Foote. Irving Frost, Mr. and
Mrs. John Lustgarten. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz, and Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Finklor. Ainslee's brother, Ronald, who is here from Hunts-
ville. Ala., has just signed a contract with Prentice Hall Company for
his new book, "Origin of Life in Other Worlds."
*
SIXTY AND ONE
Last year, Inez Krensky had a big shindig for her father and
mother, Nat and Rose Messe, celebrating their" 60th anniversary. This
year, she had a little shindig, just family, in-laws, cousins and such.
At that, there were thirty of them at brunch at the Algiers Hotel. An
old fashioned car, with a 61 on it, whirling around, playing "Happy
Anniversary," was the centerpiece. Among the guests, in addition to
the five great grandchildren, were Mrs. Fanny Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Astrofsky, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lieberman. The three
Krenskys, Herbert. Marilyn (Mrs. Harry) Smith, and Judy (Mrs. Tom)
Gerard, did the entertaining. The girls sang, and Herb accompanied
them on his guitar.
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A BLAST. NO SAND
Quite a party over at Pat and Marty Fine's. It was in honor ot
Pat's father, Ed Poison's 65 birthday, and her mother, Freda, whose
age is like Jack Benny's, 39. Everything was in yellow and white but
the band. There was also a cake in honor of Claire and Art Rosichan,
whose celebration of their 25lh wedding" anniversary seems to go on
and on. Among the guests were Ethel and Alvin Cassel and Esther
and Si Mendelson" Philip Thau, who was with his wife Zelda, had
lived in Mexico with Ed Poison before they were both married. They
told some tall tales under cover of the music. They had been partners
and sold Overland automobiles in Mexico way back in 1923.
Harriet Rifas,
Dr. Rosendorf
Exchange Vows
Doral Country Club was the site
nl the candlelight ceremony unit-
ing Harriet Rifas and Dr. Leon-
ard Rosendorf on Sunday evening.
Apr. 7. Following a honeymoon
in the Virgin Islands, the newly-
weds will live at 51 Edgewater
Dr., Coral Gables.
For the nuptials, the bride wore
a gown of bouquet taffeta and re-
embroidered alencon lace. The
bodice featured a portrait -neck-
line and Dior-length sleeves of
lace, and the bell-shaped skirt was
draped to the back and held with
loops of the taffeta and a self
rose. The bouffant veil fell from
a matching crown of lace and
pearls, and she carried l'ly-of- <
the-valley and white orchids on *
her great-grandmother's Bible.
Maid of honor was Miss Bar-
bara Rosendorf, the bridegroom's
sister, and Mrs. Harold Rifas was
matron of honor.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
R. Rifas. 4635 Granada Blvd..
Coral Gables, the new Mrs. Ros-
endorf, a graduate of Vanderbilt
University, is now attending the
University of Miami Law School,
where she is a candidate for Law
Review. Her sorority is Alpha
Epsilon Phi.
Now a resident in radiology at
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Dr.
Rosendorf is a graduate of Brook-
lyn College, attended Columbia
University Graduate School, and
MRS. LEONARD ROStNDORf
then received a degree from Al-
bert Einstein Medical School.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel A. Rosendorf. Brooklyn,
NY.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Harold Rifas, the bride's brother.
Dr. Donald Glucksman and Dr.
Eugene Bloom were ushers.
Miss Dubler Now Mrs. Joel Mish
Wed in the Sky Room of the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel, the former Jud-
ith Ann Dubler became the bride
ol Joel Ronald Mish on Saturday
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Shapiro officiated at the nuptials.
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, the new Mr. and Mrs Mish
will live in Hollywood. Fla.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Dubler, 2205 SW
7th Ave. She attended the Uni-
versity of Florida, where she was
a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
Sorority.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mish,
ol Clifton Heights, Pa., the bride-
groom attended Temple Univer-
sity and graduated from Pennsyl-
vania Military College. His frat-
ernity is Pi Lambda Phi.
Attendants at the ceremony were
Andrea Mish and Karlin Mish.
maids of honor; Albert Mish, best
man: and Stephen Toback, Mar-
tin Ralsky. Jeffrey Dubler, David
Dubler and Richard Molans.
groomsmen.
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Miss Davis Weds
Selwyn Weiniraub
An intimate familj
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Selwyn G. Weintraub. The
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Attended by h.- sister, Mrs
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with lace and rhir.< stone-trimmed
bodice. Her short veil \ : held
by a pillbox, and nh< earn.: or-
chids on a while B.t ,t.
Daughter of M:-. Rose Davis,
7440 Carlyle Ave.. and the late
Abraham J Da\i- the new Mrs.
Weintraub is a grriuate of Miami
Senior High and ; .riled the Uni-
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The bridegroom the -on of
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Fla. A graduate oi City College
ol New York, he ssocJated with
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Upon their retun from a honey-
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WESTBROOKE Country Club
held Us "April Showers'"
dance Saturday night.
musts was Mrs. George
\ i an, ho wore an iced blue
I brocade sheath, with a wi.ie self-
ii, insert at the waist in a
cummerbund effect. Her short
matching bolero-styled jacket
i pointed collar, and was
_. it the neck.
*' \|r. Thomas Lombardi those
.ink silk, cut in the clas
lh shirtwaist motif. An
white cotton check.
< embroidery detailing
- the choice of Mrs.
Markowits. Black was
lh, i- selected by Mrs. Wal-
,iis. Her sheath fea-
idice of an unusual cir-
lette pattern.
\ -.!. line pencil silhouette
lire brocade peau de
- worn by Mrs. Al Bern-
Mrs. Ron Levitt's two-
Ci -ik combined the sheath
skirl and the overblouse. It was
metric print of black,
charcoal and white. The red
velvet -heath worn by Mrs. Jul-
ius Pincus was trimmed in front
with riiinestones, and plunged
low m the back to a very decol-
lete line.
*
k4RS. Harold Pomerantz" silk
" print sheath was in deep
shades of forest green tones, and |
highlighted with flecks of gold.
Mrs Sheldon Kay chose a puck-
ered -ilk in shocking pink. Her
neckline was low, and her skirt
bouffant A sleeveless black silk;
heath was worn by Mrs. Dan
Carlin Her scooped neckline
dipped to a low scoop in back,
and was accented with a trio of
ribbon strands which was caught'
on one -houlder.
Golden flowers on a field of
light yellow was Mrs. Aaron
Aronof's choice for the dance
Tones and shades of foliage
gave the print a realistic
touch. Mrs. Kdward Grad was
another who chose a print for the
evening. Her silk sheath was in i
calusa rural and white, with a.
: chiffon at the neckline
1,1 a matching shade of coral.
Muted floral colors blended in,
the mil skirted print worn by!
Mrs, George Dreyfuss.
Mrs Hilton Shcnberg, known
professionally as Ruth Begins,
chose a jewel tone turquoise silk
sheath. White silk chihon detail-
ed her V neckline, and ended in
a large bow. Black raw silk cut
along Oriental lines was worn by
Mrs. Ivan Whitman. Her sheath
had short sleeves and high.
rounded) mandarin collar Black
was also the choice of Mrs. Irv-
ing kaskin. The bodice was fit-
ted and her skirt was full.
HAMPAGNE colored lace in
^* a sheath with a bell-shaped
tunic overskirt was chosen for
the evening by Mrs. Julius My
ers, White silk crepe, with a
slight asymetrical drape across
the front of her sheath, was worn
by Mrs Maurice Blinski. A
bright red crepe sheath with
rhinestone strap* was Mrs. Sey-
mour Samuel's choice. Mrs. Al
Muglia's white chiffon had a fit-
ted bodice and full skirt. Pink
embroidery highlighted h e r
skirt
Mrs Howard Gurland's sheath
was of white and silver lame. A
black silk crepe sheath was worn
by Mrs. Eddie Block. Her neck-
line was scooped low both front
and back, and a slight tie effect
was over the shoulders. Mrs.
Milton Gold's black silk featur-
ed black illusion at the neckline
and illusion in her long sleeves.
An open circular back created
conversational interest.
vows at the Algiers Hotel on Sat-
urday, Apr fi. Rabbi Kngeno
I.abovitz performed the evening
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the former Harriet Beth Levine
and Howard Jay Fisher, who were
married in tb<- Barcelona Hotel on
Saturday night, Apr. 8.
Rabbi Max upschitz performed
the ceremony, with the bride at-
tended by Miss Sally Biblo; Mar-
shall Fisher, best man to the
bridegroom; and Simon Bloom.
Jr.. Michael Grossman and Ben-
net Levine. ushers.
The new Mrs. Fisher is a grad-
uate of North Miami High and the
I'niversity of Miami. She is a
member of Gamma Sigma Sigma
Service Sorority.
Now attending the University of
Miami, her husband graduated
from Miami Beach High and at-
tended Western Kentucky State
College.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Levine, 891 NE 156th
Ter. The bridegroom is the son
ol Mrs. Eleanor Marshak, 839 W.
47th Ct., and Dr. Hyman Fisher, of
San Fernando, Calif.
A reception was held at the
hotel. The newlyweds will live at
1266 S. Alhambra, Coral Gables.
Leff, Goldstein Exchange Vows
Miss Margery Ann Goldstein and ceremony which was followed bj
Samuel I Letf exchanged nuptial reception.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mrs. Miriam Goldstein, 9033
. p. i, Ave and Mr. and Mr.-.
Harry Leff, 7925 Hawthorne Ave.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a white peau de soie gown with
imported aleneon lace and seed
pearls, and carried orchids and
white roses on a Bible. Maid of
honor was Miss Roberta Sands.
The bridegroom's best man was
Alan Leff, and David Goldstein
and Mitchell Lewis served as ush-
er-
Now on the faculty of North
Miami Elementary School, the new
Mrs. Leff received her degree In
education from Boston University.
Her husband, an attorney with,
Offices at 107 Lincoln Rd., is an.
alumnus of New York University
School of Commerce and Law
School. His fraternity is Sigma
Alpha Mil.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the young
couple will live at 350 85th St.
\v. rn.-i -Ktthn
MtS. SAMUU LEFF
Kempners Tell
Cathy's Troth
Miss Dorothy Carol Kempner
will be a June bride.
The announcement of her en-
gagement to Jerry David Rosen-
thai is announced this week by
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
David Kempner. 19341 NE 18th Ct..
No. Miami Beach.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman W.
Rosenthal. 16201 NE 9th Ct.
Rubins to Live
On Yale Campus
An afternoon wedding on Wed-
nesday. Mar. 27. united the for-
,,.,,.,- Judith L. Oxenberg, and Rob-
ert E. Rubin at Branford Co!!' ge
Chapel, Yale University. New
Haven. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
.v. graduate students at Yale.
Dr. Richard Israel officiated ar.
the ceremony, which was followed
by a luncheon at the Waverly Inn
(in Cheshire. Conn.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Oxenberg. of Mar-
gate, N..I. Mr. Rubin is the son,
of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Rubin,
of Miami Beach.
The young couple are making
their home at 8 Lynwood PL, New
Haven.
A European honeymoon is plan.
ned for the summer.
Rosenbergs Will
Live in Miami
An afternoon wedding on Sun-
day, Apr. 7. united Jacquelyn Joy
Be'rman and Howard Martin Ros-
enberg at Temple Judea. with
RabbfMordccai Podet and Cantor
H. Richard Brown officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack M. Berman. 2100
SW 87th Ave.. and is a graduate
ol Southwest Miami High School.
The bridegroom, also a graduate
of Southwest Miami High, is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
Rosenberg. 5800 SW 19th St. Now
an accounting major at the Uni-
versity of Miami, he is vice pres-
ident of the Reserve Officer's
Assn., and a newiv-initiated mem-
ber of the National Society of
Scabbard and Blade, honorary
fraternity.
Mrs. Gerald Cohen, sister of the
bride, was matron of honor, and
Bruce Hoch served as best man.
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, the couple will live at 2780
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^Jewisiifhridttan
Friday. Apil 12, 1363
Harry Cohen JWV Warsaw Ghetto Memorial
To Hear Speaker American **** social ciub or
I U ncui r Miami is ^ponsorinR a menu
A joint installation of officers ol evening, commemorauriu ,. p
the Harry 11. Cohen Post, Jewh* ,.,>ln,^of lhe War r,heUo ,
Greater Miami committee for the 15th anniver-
sary celebration of the establishment of the
State of Israel includes seated (left to right)
Fink, Miss Lillian Goodman. Standing fleft
to right) are Joseph Mechlow, Gerald Schwartz,
Arthur A. Pekelner, Raymond Fay, Dr. Simon
War Veterans anif AujflDafy will
b?ield winesSJ'evening the urday. Apr. 20, 8 p.r
main auditorium of the Surfside, auclitonum.
Community Center.
Principal address will be given
by Percy Friedlander. past com-
ma nder of the post, and former
chairman of Americanism in the
lational organization.
Incoming post officers are Louis
Spiegel, commander; Julius Klein-
cibst, senior vice commander; and
Paul M. Samuels, junior vice
commander.
New Auxiliary officers arc Mrs
Louis Spiegel, president; Mrs.
Sadyc Landay. senior vice presi-
dent; and Mrs. Essie Wolf, junior
vice president.
El
Memorial For
Chaim Greenberg
Poale Zion. Chaim Greenberg
Student Program
At Beth Torch
Students of the Beth To
ligious School will obser the
concluding days of the Passover
Festival on Monday and T esday,
at 10 a.m., when the\ cond ser-
vice! in the Youth Audito .m of
the school building.
Student rabbis will b> tfark
Haddad and Richard Kan. and
other students will chant the lit-
urgy, read from the Torar Scroll
and serve as ushers and ibbais.
Students of the Sunday School
will participate in the Al- Cor j
gregation special worship services
Mrs. Milton S. Green. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Wilensky. Mrs. Peter F. Heller, Mrs. Gerald J Branch of Grcater Miami, will hold' for 5 ,0 .8"*,""il*trip?'i.. '' ''
Miss Marguerite Marx, Mrs. Arthur A. Pekel-
ner, Mrs. Rose Kaplan, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Schwartz, and Mrs. Irwin Liss.
Zionists to Mark Israel's Anniversary;
Internationally-Renowned Pianist Set
Mail Service Improvement
A marked improvement in mail
service between the Central Amer-
ican nations and the United States
will become a reality as a result
Music lovers of Greater Miami ot the top level postal conference
its regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday evening at the Farband
Cultural Center, 842 Washington
Avc.
Following a brief business ses-
sion conducted by Dr. Simon
rection of Miss Beatrice L->- m.
At the end of April, the Hebrew
School students will participate in
the community-wide testing pro-
gram of the Bureau of <
Education in language. -ayer,
tion in solving its specific prob-
lems, is but one of the resolutions
which emanated from the confer-
ence, first of its kind between the
Central American nations, Pan-
ama, and the United States. Among
those attending the three-day ses-
Graffman's program will sions was Assistant Postmaster
General William J. Hartigan, of
the United States.
TED MOSS
Fur Buyer Will
Scout Tel Aviv
Til Aviv, Israel, is on the itiner-
ary for Mr and Mrs. Ted Moss,
of Miami Shores, whan they fly
ihe Atlantic on Apr. 27
It will be a busman's holiday for
Moss, fur buyer at Burdine's. and
a director of the industry wide
Retail Fur Council.
He will scout furs and fashions
in Rome and Paris, as well a- in
Tel Aviv's growing fur center.
The couple will return via the
Italian liner Leonardi da Vinci at
the end of their five week trip.
are looking forward to the 15th an-
niversary celebration of the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel,
which will be held at Miami
Beach Auditorium on Saturday-
evening, Apr. 20.
Gary Graffman, internationally-
renowned pianist, will be guest
soloist.
include "Song Without Words," by.
Mendelssohn; two preludes by-
Rachmaninoff; and the Oriental
fantasy. Islamey.'- by Balakirev.
Appearing on the same program
vxill be Shcshana Damari. Israeli
singing star, with a new repertoire
of 1-racli and international folk
songs.
Avraham Harman, Israel Am-
bassador to the United States,
will be guest of honor. Greater
Miami dignitaries and leaders of
many Jewish organizations are
expected to attend the celebra-
tion.
Wilensky, president, the program history, customs and the idj of
will be dedicated to memorial Israel.
services in h'"*or of h '" Chaim
Greenhorn. Zionist leader. .
Dr Nathaniel Soroff consultant versary'of Greenberg s deui and
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa- Rabbi Leon Kronen spiritual
. deigned "to assist each*na- tion. will be in charge Of the ser- leader of Tempe Beth Sholom, w.ll
vices marking the 10th anniver- offer the culog>.
which ended in Miami Beach last
week. An effective training pro-
Annual Carnival
To Aid School
All proceeds from Beth David
Congregation Sisterhood's annual
carnival will go to support the Re-
ligioua School.
To be held on Sunday. Apr. 21,
from noon to 6 p.m., on the grounds
ot the synagogue, the amusement
show will feature rides, a magic
booth, snowballs, hamburgers and
hot dogs.
added attraction will be a
The affair is being sponsored by An
the South Florida Zionist Council, country store offering band-made
cf the Zionist Organization of articles. white elephants and
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Thp Hadassah Women's Zionist Carnival chairman is Mrs. Jer-
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fJewisli FkriciirHn
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0tf ^J era Id *^>chwartz
Hold-over members of the Bav Harbor Inlands Town Council ar
M..(, Shepard Broad, Jtrry Lelchuk, George Sogg, Joseph Cohen and
Stanley Ta,e Washington Federal Savinus and Loan Assn., headed
iv Jack D- Gordon and Arthur Courshon, ho w.m the George Wash-
Honor Medal of the Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge .
1,, thi President's" Club of National Life Insurance Co. were
Harold Abbott. Gerald R. Falick, Theodore S. Finkel, and Henry M.
Gilbert, ;il! i f 'he Greater Miami area .
William Crockett, former executive director of the Miami Beach
,i> Vssn., and a descendant of the legendary Davy Crockett.
l'J. m,. i ed a sales representative for York Litho Corporation .
Leonard C. Hollander, of the Miami office of Mutual Life, addressed
(IK Natioi .-' Field Club Conference in Atlantic City this week en "Good
\ Health Insurance "

Max Krauts has been named a director and vice president in
A. ,,: finance of Key Pharmaceuticals. Inc.. of Miami. A con-
for 4i> years, he built large garden housing projects in New
York i"<' Texas before moving here 10 years ago ... Ed Lassman, a
'.'. < lfie's 21st St.. is in line for the presidency of the World
Boxing A--'
Miami Vttorney Eugene G. Heiman and former Circuit Court
jud i Phillip Goldman will lecture Apr. 22 in the Miami Legal Secre
,r \.. [ourth annual seminar in cooperation with the Dade Coun-
ty Bar Philip E. Heckerling, a legal specialist in tax matters, has
Leaders of the Greater Miami Committee for
Israel Histadrut meet at the home of Mrs. Jen-
nie Grossinger to discuss the progress being
made by Kupat Holim in the erection of thi
new Medical Center shortly to go up in Beor-
sheba. Left to right are Rabbi Leon Kronish,
honorary chairman of the Greater Miami Com-
mittee, which has pledged $200,000 toward
the S 100,000 clinic; Dr. Sol Stein, national
exa u ive duector of Histradrut, who came to
Miami for the occasion; Mayor Joseph Levy,
r' EUalh, Israel; Mrs. Grossinger; Moe Levin,
chairman of tie Histadrut board of directors
here; and J. Z. Stadlan, president of the Miami
organization.
lice president and estate planning officer of the Mercan .
fle Nation!, Bank, it has been>WUnced here by Joseph Weintraub. RoDDI Bi"OOlCS SldteS RevieW
board chairman Harold Abbott, of Abbott, finkel and Assoc. has
nvited lo attend an insurance conference in Kurope sponsored
due i iversity The group leaves New York on Apr. 26.
Symons. Mrs. Howard Kleinberg.
Mrs. Irv Sussman. Mrs. Muriel
John W Morgan has been named vice president of Wometco Yend-
ir. M South Florida, according to Van Myer*, president. He moves
here iroin similar post in Jacksonville Charles Bookbinder and
Chinos Linksman, owners of the l'umpernik's Restaurants in North
Miami and Miami Beach, are making plans for the 10th anniversary
ci home <>f the Pumpernickel bagel. Bookbinder goes to Safety
Harbor Spa next week for his annual post-season vacation.
Bob Siivertein, bartender at Maxim's of Surfside. is a licensed j
private detective. Apparently he likes to mix things up. as well as
straighten them out Austin Burke is back at work after a siege,
of pneumonia He won the thermometer quick draw contest at lit. .
Sin.. Hospital
rvfimteh not in the Beach councilmanic race, according to late |
w::. are Wolfie Cohen and Harold Shapiro ... Dr. Kessol Schwarts, I
chairman ..i the Department of Modern Languages at the University i
^t'Mi. mi. v. ill write an article in the new edition of the Encyclopedia '
WFn Awld Literatswa of the Twentieth Century And Harry I. Sals-
man, of the Business Law Department, has been named editor of the |
American Busmen Law Journal's Insurance and Real Estate Depart-!
ment.

*t Potamkin. of Vic Potamkin Chevrolet in Miami Beach, says
hath Florida is becomng the bucket seat capital of the world .
Iraki Block and Joe Yanieh have left the Israel Bond local office after
tour' of eight . Report Meeting At Federation
St rood report meeting of the
19K Combined Jewish Appeal
camp,..... ..ill take place at a
Passover luncheon in the Federa-
tion Board Room, 1317 Biscayne
Blvd., on Friday.
During the Passover season, a
time for redemption and rescue,
the role ol CJA and its 57 agencies
>n saving hundreds of thousands
w MM in countries overseas and
nth-' same time helping to make
ar community a better place in
*luch to work and to live is one
f the most noble ways of fulfill-
ing the Ideals of Passover," said
Erne.-t Jaais, co-chairman of the
i 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal.
There are still a great number
! of past contributors and potential
i new contributors to Federation
' and to CJA in all divisions, includ-
ling Trades and Professions, Resi-
dents, General Solicitation, and
' others, who have not yet enrolled
in the current drive," Janis stat-
|ed.
"An up-to-date report by the
chairmen of each of these im-
I portant divisions will go far in
; helping plan for a successful con-
! elusion of our CJA campaign." he
added.
Rtibbi Herschel Brooks, of Tem-
ple Zamora, will review Harry
Golden's latest book, "You're En-
titled." on Wednesday evening at
the Tastee Inn, in a program
sponsored by the Eleanor Roose-
velt Chapter, B'nai B'rith Chap-
ter.
The Chapter will present its ori-
ginal musical comedy. "A Funny-
Thing Hapuened on the Way to the
Sixties." on Sunday evening. Apr.
28, at the Miami Friendly Social
Club of Beth El, with the charge
going to the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
The show will be given again on
Sunday, May 5, for residents of
the Sun Ray Park, Convalescent
Home. *
Mrs. Rose Galton. chairman of
citizenship and civic affairs, is in
charge of arrangements.
Members of the cast include Mrs.
Marvin Schoenberg. writer and
director; Mrs. Helen Bloom, Mrs
Robert Humphries. Mrs. Gerald
Papkoff. Mrs. Gerald Friedenn,
Mrs. Robert Gross. Mrs. Myron
Rubin, Mrs. Alvin Weinstein, Mrs.
Perry Altfield, Mrs. Sylvia Haber. Stout. Mrs. Bernard Schwartz,
Mrs. Eugene Schneiderman. Mrs. Mrs. Al Bernkran. Ben Vinikour.
Jules Pincus, Mrs. Morton Wul- Eugene Boston. Mrs. Gert David
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Claire Felman. Bernard Schwartz. Rebecca Chaponick, and Mrs. Dav-
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Friday, April 12. }\>Jj
Students of the intermediate and advanced
groups of the Ulpan Hebrew classes sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish Education meet at
Beth Israel Congregation under the direction
of Herbert Zvi Berger, associate director of the
Bureau. Other faculty members are Sholom
Epelbaum and Meyer Samberg. Seated (left
to right) are Pearl Dawidoff, Miriam Schillers,
Miriam Wolfman, Fabien Lauer, Morris Vic-
tor, S. I. Rimson, Saul Finkelstein, Jacob Har-
rison, Fried Klein, Joshua Klein. Standing are
Nechama Yanich, Betty Gold, Ella Klebanow,
Max Gordon, Rachel Drucker, Nettie Stolper,
Hyman Rubenstein, Zvi Berger, Sholom Epel-
baum, Azriel Allen, Cantor Yehudah Heil-
braun, Michael Atzmoni, Shalom Silberman,
Flora Harrison and Mortimer May. Not shown
are Cantor Saul Breeh, Jacob Chirinsky, Mr.
and Mrs. Abba Abend, Edmond Willner, De-
vorah Frey, Hanah Berger, Sue Hermon and
Samuel Himmel, and the Elementary Ulpan
taught by Meyer Samberg.
Sossin to Attend
Men's CIkB Meet
Michael Sossin. president of
Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood,
will represent the Miami Beach
congregation at the 34th annual
convention of the National Fed-
eration of Jewish Men's Clubs.
The conclave, scheduled for Apr.
28 to May 1. at the Concord Hotel
in Kiamesha. N.Y.. will be the
fir.-t at which Temple Emanu-El
is represented. The Brotherhood
aftihated earlier this year with
the National Federation, which
represents Conservative move-
ment Men's Clubs throughout the
United States and Canada.
A trustee and past president of
he Miami Beach Lodge of B nai
B'rith. Sossin is president of the
Humane Society of Greater Mi-
ami. He was recently elected sec-
retary of the Florida State Coun-
cil of Senior Citizens.
Goodwill Donor luncheon
Donor luncheon of the Goodwill
Group of Greater Miami i, slal
ed for Thursday noon. Apr. 18. a'
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel
President of the group is Mrs Cat
rie Hoffman.
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Two incoming YMHA branch presidents clasp hands in con-
gratulations offered by A. Budd Cutler (right, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, at an installa-
tion dinner dance Sunday night in Miami Springs Villas.- The
two presidents installed were Herschel Rosenihal (left), Miami
Branch, and Donald Reiff (center), North County Branch.
Rowen to Head
No. Shore Lodge
E. Alfred Rowen. 2J75 North
;..\ Rd.. has been elected prcM
lent of the North Shore Lodge
B'm i B'rith.
A past president of the Josiah
u Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Pitts-
burg, Pa.. Rowen served as presi
lent of the Pittsburgh, Pa.. Coun-
cil of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Installation banquet is to be held
Sunday, Apr. 21. at the Carillon
Hotel. Mayor Robert King High,
>f Miami, will be principal speak-
er, and Judge Milton Friedman
a ill be installing officer.
Incoming vice presidents are
Jack Burstein, Morris Roth. Sam
Greenfield, and Irvine C. Spear;
.haplain. Seymour Tyson; parlia-
mentarian, Milton Mannhcimer;
Treasurer, Abe Tunick; recording
rt-cretary, Richard Bergman; cor-
responding secretary. Max Kri-
loff; financial secretary, Sam Mil-
ler; guardian. Max Thorner; and
warden. Morris Lunch.
Chairman of the arrangements
committee is Morris Rossein, with
Morris Urist and Richard Berg-
nan serving as co-chairmen.
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Zamora Ladies'
Donor Luncheon
Annual donor luncheon of Tem-
ple Zamora Sisterhood is schedul-
for Sunday. Apr 2' a'
le Hotel.
Entertainment for the after
aIII ii; oup of i iael
Warren
Zund ly as
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Miami Beach Chapter of Hadass-
' ah recently celebrated the 15th
! hirthdav of the State of Israel he
| fore a gathering of 900 guests,
each purchasing a Bond. The
event coincided with the 51st
birthday of Hadassah. and was
held at the Doral Beach Hotel
Program included Miss Tova
1 Porat. Israel's leading song stylist.
and Hon. David M. Sassoon. of the
Israeli Embassy in Washington.
* *
Following groups were to meet
this weekr
Southgate Group Thursday
evening, Apr. 11, 7:30 p.m... in the
Terrace Room of Southgate. The
'film. "Me Ami." and a special
Passover program vpre to be pre
i scnted.
*
Emma Lazarus GroupRegular
business meeting on Thursday,
Apr. 11, at noon, at the Washing-
| ton Federal Bldg.. Normandy [sle.
' Passover program was to be pre-
1 sented.
Wacks Seeks to
Retain His Seat
Councilman M. J. "Mike" Wacks
is seeking reeelection in the North
Miami Beach campaign. A ten-'
year resident of the city, he is a
veteran of World War II.
Wacks is also charter member;
and past commander of Post 682
of the Jewish War Veterans and
charter member of the Knights of
Pythias 195. He points to these
achievements as part of his rec-
ord:
"New city hall and civic audi-
torium, two swimming pools, en-
larging of the 19th Ave. bridge,
beautiiication and whiteway light-
ins. storm drainage, paving of city
streets, new fire and police equip-
ment, public library. am| lax de-
crease ever) year tor the pasl
five years."
Wacks is :> member of Beth
Torah Congregation for the past
ten years, and ;il-n belongs to
North Dade Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Fair Scheduled
At Temple Israel
In conjunction with the nation:,
rally against mental Illness, ihi
Mental Health Society of Great)
Miami will hold its loth annual
Mental Health Fair on Wedi
May 1. at Temple Israel
Registration for the all-da) ses
sion, scheduled from 9:15 a.m. to
9:45 p.m.. will begin at 8:30 am
Mrs. Robert C. Hector and Mr>
Theodore Parsons are chairing the
program.
Topics to be discussed by lead-
ing psychiatrists, psychologists,
doctors and judges include V
riage," "Adolescence." "Loneli-
ness." "Alcoholism," "Senior Citi-
zens," and "Sex Education."
Members of Temple Israel Sis
terhood will be in charge of a
snack bar in the Exhibit Hall
throughout the entire day
"It is anticipated," according
tc Mrs Leon Adler. board mem
ber of the Society, "that attend
ance at the Fair this year will ex
ceed last year's figure of 5,000."
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Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. San-
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studying with Miss Estelle Pappas
and will feature Beethoven's So-
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"The Nutcracker Suite," by
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In addition to her musical inter-
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Double Honor for B'nai B'rit^ Social Singles
Young Pianist
Alan lepf"
Robert Beneckson
Robert levy
Robert Bnek*on
jerviees marking the observ-'
DCe of the Bar Mitzvah of Rob-
i Elliot' Heneekson will be held
Temple Beth Shiran in Sunilanaj
ill on Saturday, Apr. 13.
abbi Morris Skop and Cantor1
ierman K C.ottlieb will officiate
|t the.ceremony.
jIk celebrant Is the son of Hr.
Mrs S S. Beneckson. 11560
iribbean Blvd
Robert Levy
pr |r\ in i Lehrman will offic-
Bar Mitzvah ol Robert
irday morning, Apr.
Emanu-El.
I n honor i"(ill Btudent
i grade of [da M.
i High and won the
in American hi>tory.
ft. B|so dies the clarinet and

Mr. ami VIrs. Arthur Levy will
.: i reception in their home in.
inorot their son following the
(rninj 11 n mony.
* *
Alan Tapter
lAlan. son <>i Mr. and Mrs. David
}pfer, will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, Apr. 13, at
Uple Emanu-El, with Dr. Irv-
|g Lehrman nfliciating.
seventh grade student at Ida
heldon Kays
ete Son Richard
Grand Ballroom of the West-
rooke Country Club was the site
the Bar Mitzvah celebration
en by Mr and Mrs. Sheldon
ly for their son, Richard. Kay
president oi the club.
^ cocktail party preceded the
" ir set a simulated outdoor
iden within the ballroom. A
built in the shape
13 stain leading to a Bible, and
ring tin candlelighting ccre-
)', the Kays sang "Little Boy
Mine" to the celebrant.
Enjoying the festivities were
iharcN grandparents, Mr. and
I Morris Fox, his brother How-
li a student at the University of
riia, and prospective Bar Mitt-
. brother Kevin 12.
of touu guests were Shel-
ls brother, Jules, and his wife,
tie, and sister, Lottie Feinberg.
Hortie Wiminitz, long-time
d of Mrs. Kay, and a cousin
v"s, Jay Edelman, business
n from the Virgin Islands.
cables Elects
S*y Mayor
Murphy was elected Mayor
^ral Gables in that city's elec-
' Tuesday. Murphy received
votes to 2,253 for his oppon-
Ci,y Commissioner Jerry
iihn1 ,he commission were
^".PWUips, Jr., who garnered
Be; George Wilson, 1,864;
w- L- 1'hilbrick, 1,852. Phil-
a"d Wilson will serve four
f1 and 1'hilbrick two years.
^ mayor's post is a two-year
other seven Gables candi-
n\reri' A1 Jacobson, 1,655; Dr.
*"n Kvans, incumbent, 1,439;
lnnn """'"house, 886; James
Tal'rt n' L'nar,es Seamon, 705;
iSaa' 366; and clifford
M. Fisher Junior High, Alan is a
member of Boy Scout Troop 65,
and has just been awarded the
Scout's Ner Tamid Religious
award, which Dr. Lehrman will
present to him during the Bar
Mitzvah ceremony. Other inter-
ests include science, swimming,
music and coin collecting,
A luncheon at the F.mbassy Res-
taurant, in honor of the celebrant,
will follow services.
Jordan Baum
Saturday morning services, Apr.
13, .a Temple Judea, conducted by
bi Mordecai Podet, will include
Bar Mitzvah ui .Ionian David
Baum.
Jordan is a seventh grade stu
dent at Ponce df Leon Junior
High, play.- piano and is active in
swimming and track.
Dr. and Mrs. George Baum. f.uo
Altara Ave., Coral Cables, will
honor their son at the Kiddush.

Bruce Ross
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Ross, became Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing Saturday morning services,
Apr. 6, conducted by Rabbi Mor-
ton Shalowitz at Congregation
Yehudah Moshe.
A student at North Miami Jun-
ior High, the celebrant has been
attending the Popiel Religious
School for several years.
A Kiddush reception in honor of
the Bar Mitzvah was hosted
by his parents following the ser-
vices.
*
Steven Aissen
On Saturday afternoon, Apr. 6,
at 5 p.m., Steven Aissen ob-
served his Bar Mitzvah at Tern
pie Zion. with Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man officiating.
A sixth grade student at Ever
glades Elementary, the celebrant
plans to continue his studies in
the Temple Zion confirmation
class.
Son of Mr and Mrs. Anatole
Aissen, and grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Aissen and Mrs. Mary
Seaton. Steven was honored at
the Shaloua Seudos following the
ceremony.

Ann Lampert
Ann, daughter of Mr, and Mrs.
Jack Lampert. became Bas
Mitzvah at Beth Emeth Congrega-
tion during late Friday evening
services, Apr. 5, conducted by
Rabbi Simon April.
The celebrant attends North
Miami Junior High and the Beth
Emeth Hebrew School.
Her parents honored her at
the Oneg Shabbat following the
ceremony Friday evening and at
a reception on Sunday at home.

Colman Perez
Colman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Perez, 2792 SW 34th Ct.,
became Bar Mitzvah at Israelite
Center on Saturday arternoon,
Apr. 6, 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky officiated.
The celebrant is a student at
Dade Demonstration and at the
Center's Religious School.
Shalous Seudos in the social hall
followed the ceremony.
It was a double honor for 12-
year-old Marcia Fekl in the Na-
tional Federation of Music Clubs
annual Piano and Strings Festi-
val held the weekend ol Mar. ft
al Musicians Club in Coral Gables.
Of the 260 participants-enrolled.
Mania was the only one to enter
in the piano and violin divisions,
and receive a superior rating in
both.
The musician is the younger sis-
ter of Janice Feld. 16, who has
been winning awards and per-
forming on the piano for the past
five years. Latest was a second
place award for compositon in a
contest sponsored by Mayor Ken-
neth Oka, of Miami Beach, for the
Miami All Youth Symphony.
Daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Max
[ P. Feld, 5120 SW 87th Ave., both
girls study piano with Cyrus Ullian.
of Ft. Laudcrdale. Marcia's violin
teacher is Arthur Bodger, of the
violin section of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra, and
director of the West Miami Junior
High School Orchestra.
Dancing and entertainment will
be featured at the night club party
given by the B'nai B'rith Social
Singles on Saturday night at the
Casablanca Hotel. The club, uow,
celebrating its seventh year, of
ters a variety of programs to its
members.
Elmer Rice Play
At Temple Israel
Temple Israel Players will pre-
sent "Counsellor-at-Law," by El-
mer Dice, on Saturday, Sunday and
Monday, Apr. 27. 28 and 211. in the
Wolfson Auditorium oi the Tem-
ple. Curtain time is 8:40 p.m.
The part oi George Simon, play-
ed originally by Paul Muni, is be-
ing taken by Joe Gardner. Other
members of the cast are Mrs. Lar-
iv Hoffman, Mrs. Sam Bosch. Mrs.
Joseph Bulbin, Ira Mogul. Michael
[senberg, Harris Klein and Rob-
ert Saltman.
Directed by Dorothy Portnoy,
scenery, lighting and costuming
for the production are being
handled by Temple members.
Adath Yeshiurisn
In Camp Plans
Temple Adath Yeshurun an-
nounces the opening of Camp Sim-
chah as a full-time summer day
camp. Expansion of the camp was
made from a half-day nursery pro-
gram to a full day camp, includ-
ing half-day nursery, "to meet the
needs of the growing North Dade
community," Adath Yeshurun of-
ficials said.
Camp Simchah will be operating I
from the fully air-conditioned
building and fenced-in grounds of
the Temple at 1025 NE 183rd St.,
Miami Gardens Dr., from June 24
through Aug. 16.
Arts ann cratts, swimming,
sports, field trips and special
events are but a few of the acti-
vities in which campers from
ages 3 to 13 will participate.
Under the direction of Martin
Knobel, member oi the faculty at
Norland Junior High School, the
cam]) will include a select staff of
teachers, counselors and specialty
instructors.
Unusual Book
Appears Here
"The Great Masters Coloring
Book." published by Planners
PxttfS Cu. of >V.-. York.City, is Oie
work of Arynne Abels Bermont
originated the idea for the
book by bringing together a col-
lection of sepia reproductions of
famous paintings from the Nation-
al Gallery of Art in Washington
On the following page, a large
outline of the subject of the paint-
irg appears which may be colored
with crayons or water colors.
Local representative for the un-
usual book is Mrs. Milton Wciner
3020 SW 4th Ave., Miami.
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Community affairs committee of
Beth Am Temple Sisterhood,
chaired by Mrs. Jack Freeman.
was to sponsor a party at the Ken
dall Home for the Aged this Thurs-
day. Each guest was to receive
an original floral arrangement
made by Mrs. Eli Gersten.
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Games will follow a brief busi-
ness meeting of Temple Beth Am
Sisterhood to be held Wednesday
noon in the adult education room
of the new school building.
On Sunday, Apr. 21, the Sister-
hood donor affair will include din-
ner and the show, "Mary, Mary."
at the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Chairmen are Mrs. Theodore
Marks and Mrs. Sam Fox.
Mrs. Byron Cherkas is Sister-
hood president.
He Promises
To Aid Seniors
I will endeavor to represent out
city in an honest, efficient and
business-like form of government."
says Sal Battaglia. candidate for
City Council. Group 3. in elections
scheduled for Tuesday.
Past president of Noad Devel-
opers, and Main Utilities. Battag-
lia will propose that the City Coun-
cil "appoint a permanent Senior
Citizens Advisory Committee to re-
port its findings and recommenda-
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Be sure to fry our excellent Pastries and fees.
FREE VALET PARKING
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731 Washington Ave.
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NOW BOOKING FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS
CATERING FOR BAR MITZVAKS & WEDDINGS
Make your reservations now for Mother's Day
Passover Celebration Friday
David Pinski Folk School will
hold a Passover celebration on
Friday at the Farband Center, 842
Washington Ave. Louis Lasavin. on
the faculty of the school, will
speak on "The Significance of
Passover."
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Mrs. Flora Sinick, president,
B'nai B'rith Women. Chai Chap-
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and board members at the Tues-
day evening meeting to be held at
the Deauville Hotel.
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Dinner Music By Ray Paul
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Friday. April 12. 1%3
le -: r.cr- = ---. GcJe, exec-urre drrector a the Grea?e
V-.-t- "ew-.sr, -.----------- -r Center Herbert Essev Hor Ccun-
- YMHA :or: member 3?-CCC Prescder.- A Sudd^C-rle:
Trr- ~-.r.--.::. _:_ r-er.r_- c: tee 3:e-rte: Mcrm; Jewish
FecierrLcd Amcc: : r.^: cre-r.es per :.:ctz3 m e pre-
Seaior Citizens to Install
Mr? :>: i_ etea the
M itJOC Of ^
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Count; Coetnuskaorer rdon
jt m charge of :tx>o
Beach Orchestra
Plays Sunday
Favors Restoring
Confidence
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'.''.- ...-;- Loweff 3 I i- Pat
nek. running for -ncil
J-roap 5 ii Tue.': -ion.
fjdesce oeersraest d;

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A sfao
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the rrcr-
and ending v.- tk* Tschaiko-
-jeo and Jul-
-,er works V. e Vana-
tions. Cbacotme an:
Delio Joio: the Scherzo
March. by Prok,f:ti: tad
Nocturnes. N-za*"' and
I^ebuiij-.
Orchestra Miami
tator
| Music and Arts
League Concert
Bassa -:nolar>lBp cor.c rt -pot
- --. M.<~ Bests BaSk
- .' Lesps* e **" or.
Sctor ii evemr-g. Apr Zt at the
-
^f geder the management of
a>^* bmsu. founder of the
Artists bo wiii appear are Hilda
v i TurkMB contralto, aecom-
- Lotus Sptelmar.. L.r.d-
sey Bergen teaor. Juan Marcada
L.= .- American roitanst. Florence
Kvrsen pianist: Carol Dorm
enm soprano, who won the 19
Metropob'-ae Opera auditions: and
- afcem. young Chi
votei* and protege of Fsl
^r: who will be accotr.:
Sasdlin. student of the
A Miami School of
otz tTt Louis Siege! aai Esther
Barrett bo -:- be ..'; = '"
for Mtss Door and Bergen
A non-profit orgatui
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- preseat a llass-Zu :
aaa-Zaea
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the co-
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sent
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pom
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to i!
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Mr?
put
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U'S:
filth
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Cliff'
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Roy Peirv. pres:der.*. of Goodwill Irdustries, cites Ar:r. %J^
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Euster babahoH of tl-.e Warid Corr_-r.:nee o- Err.p.cy-.e:
e Hondicspoed cs luilialiniirrl ValaaiMl Worker of 1962
T-e Mark A.*Li~r.: ?.:err.or:=: Award ~^es E'^s'.er :r: |
::r= bl cro~c::^r e-cicv-er.: cf tie r.Tnd:r-3;r.e; r. :< er
p-~u c:*!r.e wo:i: cr.d :c: z^ deve.cp-er: of exz^y ~.
IK,ilium with Br.;; B "."-"- md '-".e '.'z'.zzt. .r. dM
-: -r.e r.andicapec.__________________________


Youth Activties
At Beth Am
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rd 3c*::- .- r
Sth grade 7
Men- L-
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the AZ'. which ~
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Rabbi Herbert M B
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Bar h ^ro-jp I t
Beethoven's Nirth
To be Performe< Ch
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r-'e.vyr. Dougku retuma as
the s::eer. to : 0 HOB
Robert Ryan Petes J-
=r.d die -**- Brittsii film d:s-
cover.- Terer.re Sknaf io
e t-t.e role ol "re Her r.r.
Meivule class:: Billy rued
Florida Attorney General Richard Ervin and Mrs. Ervin '*eci-
ed left; study menu at Victor Bidone's De Continental Restau-
rant here "71^ receive advice on what to choose from Mrs.
Bidome 'standing Seated (right are Mr. and Mrs. George
T-ig'nt. of the Florida Arts Commission. Mr. and Mis Bidone
recently presented a pointing. "Calm Seas." to the State of
Florida, which will hang in the Capitol at Tallahas
CAPE CANAVERAL
FEDERAL SAVINGS &
LOAN ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 3585, Cocoa, Florida
4y
fV PER ANNUM
2
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vAtSMAu Giua
m: MM
AccMrvti imi9tt4 bj ft4*twl S*ri*ft
mad Lamm .'iwrMCt Ctp:
Judaeans Meet
In Coral Gables
,'.:iir.;. netly-organ::ed coed
Your.g Jjdaea Club ; 1r 1
> tar-olds, meets every Monday 1
to 8 p.m.. at Temple Zarr.
Programs to date have K
i report? by members on life ir.
I-raei. historical background of
he establishment of the State of
: LktseL f.'.m strips and I>ra>:ii rec-
3Td5.
At present, plans are under uay
. for a third Seder to be held the
*eek following Passover, uith
proceeds to Youth Aliyah.
Serving as temporary officers
are Zadik Shaptro. chairman: Ed-
ward Lucher. secretary; Gary
S^eitzer. treasurer: and Jan Led
errr-an. who is club chaplain, alsc
chairman of the arrangements
i com mi; tee lor the third Seder.
Harii Shapiro, who helped or
. eanize the Young Judaea Clubs ir.
Dade County in 1936. is serving a>
club leader
is under the spon-
sorship of Hadassah and the Zion-
ist Organization of America, and
has 25 groups throughout Dade
y and Hollywood.
v.. open
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Apr. 19. ct WomMcc 1 May-
lab Naaaandie Pmkwuy
zr.i Sunset Art Tr.e~res
Estes Seeks
To Hold Seat
Seeking reelection to the North
Miami Beach City OoobciI on Tues
:ay Jobs Estes eit] tttocaey, .:
fers experience sir.cer-.:;. effici-
ewrj and service with economy"
as Ut key to more progress say
il s.pporters.
Hell work toward "1 40-hour
week, .comparable wages revised
tension plan ar.d more recreation-
al facilities, and pledges to be a
worthy partner in pri'..
Interama. senior dtaen welfare
and clean industrv."
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and M : fn
n at Dade M

concerts m the -3 Kfi
Cha
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CoaJnr, s^pr
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Opera Companies: 1 I
:o-soprano: Dav;.- I
or: and Kenneth -
tone, who recv
r. Opera cor.-
IV I': do:
I ISC members.
Draper.
parties of ti
The Byphneq
a fourth movement Mtl
Schiller's -Ode to J] t hi
.: _ers. chorus, and etthej
occupy the entire wtt
the program The st rr | esfl
was written by Beeth:
>ears and premiered in UB4 ttm
>ears before the esmnimj
death "Its probably the grea*
yrr.phonic ork e\er .ir.tten.|
says Maestro Sevitzky
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za Outdoor Forum for
Adult Educat-.or. mei
. on the 8th -
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and Thursday
a.m.. on the
mg the S
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YOUR
TELEPHONE
PROPERLY
ANSWERED
IS YOUR GREATEST
BUSINESS ASSET
Answerite. Inc.
Telephone Answering
Service
SER\ NG
JEfferson Union
Highland FRanktin
Eve;, / Oft :-
FR 3-5581
Di'gnrfcd. beautiful arid
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
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fcdcy, April 12, 1963
*KtmUtifkrHton
Page 15-B
Ifomian Named [tw ** '' **(*
faryant's Page
Bryant last week
cm Karris
telegram to Clifford Dub-
son
Mr-
Louis Rudnick, of Coral Gables.
a national vice president of the
Zionist Organization of America.
of 6015 SW 64th PI., ap- was in Fitchburg, Mass.. last week
following last rites for his brother.
Joseph Rudnick. 72. who died Mar.
30 in Manchester, N.H. The late
Mr. Rudnick. treasurer of J. Rud-
Graphic Arts
Go on Display
LEGAL NOTICI
old
ten
bin.
poinu-t him i
perMV. Page
(0 ,r,, Governor
q\\\ rd i* the
Mr. and
array H.
His lath
u>t elect
rhe State
ure.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 2C T3TT9*
HANK
LEGAL NOTICE
artists HA.MItCI!< I RAVINGS
Plaintiff,
Dubb:
er w
rd tc
Legii
Is-
iitih -r.i-ler a
^utf. iami Ele
men..- School. CUWOM
Lllll,,, will have special classes
iii T*U hassee.
H-; one commmt: "I've got to
tell n teichor and class, but I
thin* I'M wait *r '*hrin
This is when student*
xeta^e stories and good for-
*ith classmates.
ity House Lounge of Temple
rael on Friday.
Sixty printslithographs, etch-
ings and aquatintsby Goya. Dau-
mier and Kollwitz, will be shown,
nick & Sons, and founder and di- including a rare cover from "los
rector of the Profile Manufactur- Caprichos." with two Royal Crests,
Co., of Manchester, was a vice hv poya.
.k_ w... v., ,i.,,i Tne Community House is open
the New England fpom 9 fo 5 p m daUy and JJJ
Zionist District. Louis Rudnick ,0 p m on Friday evening.
was staying at the home of his son-'
in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs.
Philip A. Isaacson. 4 Merriam
Parkway. Fitchburg.
The works of three of the
world's greatest graphic
will go on exhibit in the Commun-, vs.
I WADE AUXIER and PEOQY
. AI'XlEi: his wile, .n-:.\>.\r.
I NEEI.EY. SARA JENKINS, up-
ward ZIMMERMAN. EDWARD
VYOLE, kknni:rii c kissei.i.
and BARBARA A i:i ssei.i.
his wif
ing
president
HOHAUSER
hat
:,. Dubbin, his mother, said
,-,- Clifford had to be in
-n' tor the opening of the
, session on Tuesday, the
clothes, room and board
!y on.
| is the oldest of four
tMj, : the Dubbin family. Fu-
ur< pitfes include Sammy 8. Dav-
4 I Eric 1.
Bgii
ush i.
,hase Seeking
Better Loans1
I1KNRT, Bare S7, well-known >rch-
it,i i and a Miami resident for .i
-...I- before moving to New Vork
.i year ago, died Mar. 81. Designer
nf the Sherry Frontenac and Al-
gler* Hotels he also cooperated In
the design of th. Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce bide, and
the Miami Hearh Auditorium A
Vfti hi of World War i he held
in. mbershln In Hibiscus l-odge,
Mi-.n-. M.ihi Shrine, American
i.. ion v merit an I netti ute of
Architect* and Miami Beach Ex-
amim Board of Contractors
Surviving are his wife, Grace:
three brother*, Ham and I.......f
Miami Beach and Benjamin of
N.u fork; and three winter*, Mrs
Lillian Kraft, Mra. Hilda Hauser.
.,1 Miami Beach, and Mr- Min-
nie Kl.il>. N.Y Scrvic. s and in -
termenl were held In I'ar Rorka-
wav. I..I.. N.Y.
Nutritionist to Speak
"Good Nutrition and Health"
will be the topic discussed at a
general meeting of the Golden Age
Friendship Club of the Miami
YMHA on Sunday, Apr. 21. 2:30
p.m.. at 450 SW 16th Ave
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undesigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name
si N STATE PAINT AND BOIY
SHOP .ii 1501 N.E. IS-nh Si NJI Mi-
ami, Ma.. Intend t> register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, rioridu.
DANIEL I.. MILLER
JAMES i: l tTZSIMMONS. SB
Partner*
4 13-19-26, 5 J
LEGAL NOTICE
C
bast
BSE
n
Clements, president of
.deral Savings and Loan
his week emphasized that
. nt the better mortgage
iaiu
Th
Kent
UltOJ
d to
alto:
10't
Chss-
Igi
:-.
(
vlicv was expressed in a
tetter to all Chase Federal ,
:-. and is being emphasiz- Helcne Glauber,
tome owners, builders and
"In order to obtain
tor loans." Clements said, i
Federal will assist mort-
ivith the lowest closing
residential properties
apartments and store
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring (' engage In
buainess under the fictitious name of
ARROW DENTAL Sl'PPLY at 1316
N. Venetian way, Miami Beaeh 39.
Ha, intend* to register said name
with the Clerk of Ute Circuit Court of
Dade County, Floorida.
HELENE GLAUBER
BETMOl'R LONDON
Attorney and agent f"r
4 i!-ia-3,
,rac.
I
said this includes fin-
inn of abstract. docti-
stamps on note, intangible
ige, credit report, ap-
examination of abstract.
recording,
mortgagor must supply
jp-to-date survey and ab
Ml charges and costs, as
.11 be covered in the clos-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 3775
.1 S. 'il.KASiiN. JR., ax Artminlatra-
Iim of Veterana Affaire, an Officer !
in. I'nlted si.i-- '( Amerloa, and
hi- aucceMHir* In nueh office, and hla
or their am
Plaintiff,
II vr.' d 11 M FBASER, < i ux, 'l
I d ik-
NOTICE OF SUIT
ri i HAROLD M l'l: \.-i:i: and
I i.i iBKNCi: M l'l: VSKB
"!h Street
I'll I .1. \la--:|. hi-, I '
v. i|- auk HKRKBY SieTIl IEH thai
., -r.n \,.,- Ih a hrouglu agalnat you
,.v I S IILKA8I IN, IK., aa A.linini--
Iratoi ol Veteran* Affair-, an Offlcei
,f ihi l*nlt< "I State* of Ami i lea, and
u In auch office, and h -
i awkm, i" foi ecloae n mi rl
uau, ,,i. imberlna the followlni dee-
ii ,| in iip< n >. to-wlt:
I...I 15, Bit- k I, of CCTL-ER RIDGE.
SEt'TloN THREE, according" to tb<
i ih......-. recorded in Wat Book
at paae s:;. "f the publlo recorda
.,f Bade County, KU-rlda;
nd vou an inir.ii to file your an-
awer with the Clerk of the Circuit
,,iim ..f Hade County Elurliia. at tne
roiirthollK.' in Miami, Florida, on or
before May 13, 1SS, and to aerve n
,-..i>\ ..f auch anawef ii|>m MYEKS,
HE1MAN. KAI'I.AN lATSMAN.
Ilalntiff** attorney*, whoee addrea*
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
In the Name and by the Authority
of the State of Florida
T.. ALL To WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, GREET-
INGS
Wli.rra-. B. J. HARRIS, Miami
Beach, I lorida; 1>AVI1> P. CATSMA.N,
M i a iii i Florida; H LA D V s II
SCHWARTZ. .Miami. Florida, did on
the Srd day of Noveaaber, AD. IS61,
cauae t,' be Incorporated un'li-r the
laws of the siatc hi Florida BOUTH-
CENTRAL MORTGAGE COMPANY,
a corporation, with lt principal place
,.f business .it MIAMI BEACH, DADE
t'OCNTY. In the State whereaa auch enrponitlon did on the
Snd day of March. A.I>. ISM, cauae
ti, be filed in the office of the Been -
liirv of Slat.- ..f the Slat,- 61 I imida
the docunientary authority required
im.l.-i Section 808.J7, Florida Statute*,
ahowins the dlaeolutlon i>f auch oor-
lioratlon.
Now, therefore, the Bejcret&r) pi
State doe* hereto} certlfj t.. the fore-
H>.iiiK and that he la siitisfi.-d that
the requirements complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOP, I have
hereunto aet my hand and have af-
\.,i thi Great Seal .-f the State ol
h'lorida, al Tallahaaaee, the Capital,
this thi TH ENTY-SEl"' >NI'
I lef.-ndant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
ro: WADE ArXlER and PE<1(JY
Al'XIBR Ins wife, RESIDENCE
CNKNOWN, If alive and if dead,
the unkniiw n li.-ns. devlaeea,
aranteee, Baaltrneea, llenore, cred-
itors, trust,-,-s <>r other claimant*
.-l.'iimiiiK b) through, under or
ucainst any .if the above named
defendant* who are deceased
Y..u are hereby notified that the
above captloned action has been In-
stituted airainai you in the Circuit
Court 1 the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida In and f..i Dade Coun-
ty to foreclose a mortarnare upon the
fi.Moulin; described real porperty:
Lot 1'.. Block I. DIXIE ESTATES
MUST ADDITION, a- r......rdad in
l'lat Book S3, I'm;.- :'." of the Pub-
lic Records of Dadi County, Flor-
ida, tos;ether with Hotliolnl
___ Range Mode) lei- '?. Hotnoim ite-
rrhTrrator Model EBU, ll..ti.int
Washer Model l.H 11.
------- You are reoulred t<> file youi an-
swer to id.nnrifi's complaint uith the
i '1. ik of the afoi sani Court, and
il serve a copj thereof uiton plalntlfr*
in attorne)
MARTIN FINE
nth Floor Dadi Federal Bids
Miami :'.-'. Florida
n.it later than Ma> IS, 1983 or a De-
cree Pro Confesso v\ i 11 be entered
auainst you.
Dated: April 1963
E, B, LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the i 'Ircult Coui i
B) C. I. ALEXANDER
Deputy i*leik
MARTIN FINE
Attorney f.-r riaii.tiff
nth Fioor Dade Federal Bids,
Miami ::l\ Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IhL CHANCERY -
Case No. 63C 3443
Ri iBERTi i M< d:i-:\' <
Plaintiff
Vs.
ELSA ARRIL FRANCO l'l.
MORENl '.
I lef.-nilaiit.
NOTiCE OF PUBLICATION
in i:i-a Abrll Franco di Moreno
1'astiiia No. r.si Chorrloa
Lima, Peru. S.A.
Vol. ELSA ABRIL FRANCO DB
MORENO Caatilbt N'-. 584, ChorrRlos
Lima. Peru, are required to rile your
answer to the Complaint for Oivorc-
with the Clerk ..f the above Court.
and serve a cop> thereol upon Ulna
p. Xesjretti, Attorney at Law, 9i-
9U Conares* Bids;., in N.E. Snd
Avenue, Miami, Florida on or before
the '.'h daj of.Maj lS, ..> els. con -
plaint "ill be taken as confessed
Dated tnl* !th da) of March, 1963,
i: B LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Coui t
I Seal I
Bj r V COPELAND
1 ".. 12, 19. -'"
3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59003-B
IN RE: Estate of
MYRTLE HES8IE
I .-as,-,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,. All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
iritr Claims Or Demands Ai:ain.-[ Said
ESatati
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired t.> present any claims and de-
mands which you may hav.- ncalnst
th. .-.state of MYRTLE HESSIE de-
ceased late "f Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges ..f Dane County,
and file the same in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar month*
from the date ..f the fir-t- putdieati.-n
hereof, or the same will be barred.
ROBERT THEODORE I 111 WON
i i: mayi:i:s
Attorney
1611 i 'onan ess Bids:
Miami. Florida
l -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 52834-B
IN RE Estati !
SIMEON -l STEINBACH
l'.-, eased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D.SCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereuj Riven that I
have filed mj I inal Repoi t and Pi I
t t..ii for Distribution and Final DIs-
chargi us ExecutrU "f the estati
Simeon .1. Stelnlmch, deceased: and
tint ,,n the 6th day ..f May. 1963, will
appl> '" Ihi Honorable C.....it> Judges
.it Dade County, Hoiida, f-.i approva
... said Final Keporl and foi dlstrl-
liution ami final dlschargi as Exi
t:i\ ,-i the estate of the above-named
.1.....dent. This 1st da) of April,
8ELM N KI.l'.i d i
Executrix
WRINKLE A RESSLER
Petitioner's Attorne) -
mi Seybold Bunding
Miami :'.:. Florida
4 :,. 12, l. -:
To:
::.
MARi ii.
Seal)
A.I'. 1963.
TOM ADAMS
i.i .-tar> of Slate
da>
l 12 i,.;
!
[obacco Firm
fromotes Judd
By Special Report
lU'l.-VILLE. Ky. Brown It
(ill lai ---in Tobacco Corporation
h i Bounced the promotion of ,
fink Jdfld to company controller. ^X^X^'nJ^ SaTir"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VEN that
Ihi undersigned, desiring to engage In
business i nder the fictitious nami ol
EVER-Nl' PRODUCTS, at J213 U'.-i
9Ul Ao- Hialeah. Florida. Intend t"
register -.ml name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court >.f Dade County,
Florida
.MANITA JOHNSON
FRANCES KRAMER
NEIL CHON1N
Attorneys for Juanlta Johnson
and Franci Kramer
4/12, 19. 26. ". -I
i-
th* -,ew position, he will have
|iper\ -.on over all operating ac-
untr; divisions of the large to-
cco rm.
|Jwk.. a Jewish native of Ber-
G| tany, came to the United
1934 to escape Hitler's
His first job in this coun-
15f Was as an accountant with the
K-A. :rm ot S D. Leidesdorf &
Nt York.
|He joined B&W's accounting de-
frtmen- as financial analyst in
. was promoted two years lat-
1 to assistant treasurer, and in
f
law h
tne
I
re**-
tl
be-
lli
aid dai.. as required by
..( I ii.rida. If you fall to d
omplalnt "ill be taken as con-
1 h\ you and a Decree Pro t-oi
will be entered afalnst you
,;]>, i demanded in the ci>nH>lalnt.
,>ATED tl"- Mh da) of April, IMS
i: B, LRATHERMAN, Clerk the
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
tseal) Bl : C P. COPELAND
lieputy Cl.rk
Myers, Helman. Kaplan .< rat-man
Eleven-Fifty Building
I ISO SW. Flrsl Street
Miami ::. Florida ( |.,-|,,-.,,. -,...
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEItEKY 0IVEN that
the imdei.slsnetl. dealrlni to engase In
buainess under the fictitious name of
PINE BROOK FARMS, at 43O0 Tole-
do Street, Coral Oablea, Horida. In-
tend to rtujister said name with the
Clerk of the ClrouR Court of Dad*
for Coiintv. Florida.
JULIAN WE1NKLE
MYERS HFIMAN, KAl'L-\N
, i-ATS.MAN
Attorne)* lor Julian Wrinkle
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3283
BARBARA ItOSENBERli,
Plaintiff.
\ -
EDWARD ROSENBERti
11,-fendani
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl I KI'W vRD R" SENBER<;
ADDBESS I'NKNoWN
You, EDWARD ROSENBEBtl, are
hereb) notified thai a Bill C im-
i,ia nl foi Mvorce ha.- l..-. n illed
against you, and you are reuulred to
-eiv. a cup) of your Answet or l'l. .ni-
Ing to th,- itiii of Complaint on the
Plalntlfr* attorne)-, NORMAN ii.
OOLDSTBIN, 111" N.E IWTd Street.
.North Miami Beach, Florida and file
I the original Answer or Pleading in
I the Office of the Clerk Of the ClKUit
Court on or before the I'i'th da> !
April. 19;:. if you fall to do so,
judgment hy default will be tak.-n
airalnst you for the n-lief demanded in
the Bill i>f Complaint.
Thi* notice shall he published onoe
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dl>NB AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26th day of Match A.D.
1963.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dadi County, Florida
iseal) Bj >" P. COPELAND
lvnutv Clerk
NORMAN il. OOLDSTBIN
n n> N.E ISSrd street
North Miami Beach. FU*.
4/12-19-26, 3
________________j Attorne] for I'laintiff
CERTIFICATE OF ____
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
*is (liven responsibility for' ti.tf To WHOM these PRE
-' ORBETINQS:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59155-A
In RE: Estate of
JOHN MILTON DIMM.
1 i.e. as. .1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing1 Claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
:l -:. 4 :.-lI-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buainess under the fictitious name ol
HARMAKO ASSOCIATES; (not Inc.)
at l"7l N.E, 79th St.. Miami. Ela in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit C.ulrt of DIM
County, Mortda.
MURRAY L. FREDERICKS
Sol.- i iwner
:: :>. I .'.-12-19
erdegen Urges
omination End1
hi" r,i,| for election to the City
unv( Group 5. vice chairman
Miami Beach Water
Kerdegen pledRs "to
Ni r
Parti a)
Id tt.
w of the domination of
F.y h- bj the privileged few."
I"e *iH aiS() support "the re-
al competitive bidding
(pansion of a contract,
PProoriate (unda shall be
reational facilities
tial areas."
MIVMI BEACH. OAl'E i ol NTY. In
th,- State of l"l..rlda. and whereas
such corporation did on the tth day pi
Vii'll A I'. ]:'''. cause to be fil. .1 In
the office ot til. Beeretarj of State
of the state t.f Florida, the documen-
tary authoiio retiulred under Section
SOS.17, Florida Statutee, showing tne
dlssnlutlon ol such corporation.
N,,w. therefore, the Secretary ol
State does ii......' certlfj to the rore-
Koina and l satisfied that Ih
....mil. ir the law have been
Com,PN*VeTTNESS WHEREOF. i have
I,, .... m> Its' i .'"'I have
afflxe. Seal ol Ihe State
of Florlila.
i i .i :: ill da} ol
. '" VDAMS,
State
,,f or the same will be barred.
Oite.l at Miami. Florida, this 1th
das '< April. AD. IMS*.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
As Executor
Mll.TON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
1111 Vlnstey HiiildiiiB. Miami. Fla.
i/is-ia-2'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
i hi undersigned, dealrlng to engage
,, busliu ss under the fictitious nun.;
,, SAV-ON PRINTING A OFFICE
M/|'l'l.\ Intend to reglstei
. with the Clerh of he I
\\ ll.l I \M S .-ill W !/
S VRAH GOLDMAN
li.ii' I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 3610
.i s. im.easii.v JR., as Administrator
ol Veteran- Affairs, an Officer Of
the I'nlted States of America, and
his successors in such office, and
his or their assigns,
I'laintiff.
\ s.
VINCENT DE AXQBLO, el ux, el al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
VINCENT DE ANGELO and
VNGELINA DE AN'".EI.o. his
wife. If living, including an) un-
known spouses of said Defendant*
if they hav.- remarried, ami it
dead, their unknown heirs, d. -
\ ------. grantees, assignees, cred-
itors, llenors, trustees, and all
oth.-r persons claiming by.
throueh, under ..i against
Defendants, h-.-.- i, sldeni
unknoun
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTrPlBD
thai a si-iit has !. n bro ighl igah -
on i.\ .i s GI.E \s> N, J i: a- Ad
n In -:r.....r nt v.-t. rans Affa rs, ai
offlcei of the I'nlted States ol Amer-
ica, and his successors in such of-
fice, .n.l In- i their assigns, to foi
close a mortgage encumbering the
follow ing dew i Ibed property, t'-
Lot I, Block li. FIRST ADDI-
TION To NORTH RIDGE, ac-
cording to I be id.il thereof, as r--
corded in l'lat Bloolt SS, al pagi
50, of th. p 'bile records of Dade
County, Florida;
and you are required t., file your
answer witth the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court oi Dade County, Florida
at the Courthouse in Miami. Florida,
,,n oi before Mil} ". ISO, and to -
a popv of such answer upon MYERS,
HEIMAN. KAPLAN CATSMAN,
Plaintiff's attorneys, who-.- addrea*.
is Eleven-Fifty Ihillding. 1150 8.W
First Street, Miami ;16. Florida, on or
In for.- said date, as required by th,
laws of Horida. If you tall to do so.
the complaint will he taken as con-
fessed by you and a l'e. r.-.- Pro Con
fesso wiii l.....ntered against you for
th.- relief demanded in the complaint.
DATED this Srd day of April. 19ii::.
E. H LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: K. M. I.YMAN
Deput] Clerk
Myers, Heiman. Kaplan It Catsman
Eleven-Fifty liulldlng
ll.-.O 8. W. First Street
Miami 86. Florlds i -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undesigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MARION DISTHllirTOKS at ISIS NW
ICTth st Miami t, Florida. Intend
to regrlater aald name with the cl.rk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Sole Owners
MASS DISTRIBUTORS. INC.
RONNIE-JACK, INC,
4 a. IS, 17. N
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. S3C 3288
WEI.THA GIBSON,
I'laintiff,
\ s.
CECIL QIBSON,
I lefelldant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CECIL 0IB8ON
Residence unknown
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you. and YOU ARE
HBRERY REQUIRED to serve a copy
Of your Answer to the Hill of Coin
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
REN ESSEN, ESQ., mil Baybold
liulldlng, Miami SS. Horida, and file
the original answer in the office ol
the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or
before April 30th, ISdS, In default of
I, ihi Hill of Complaint "ill be
taken as .....fessed against >.>u.
DATED March 2 K II I.E VTHERM V-V Clerk
i i lade i 'mint) Plot Ida
K M i.VM \N

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58731-C
IN RE: Estate of
AARON NEWMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID
DEQEDENT.
You are h.rel.v notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
la-t will and testament Of aald dece-
dent has been admitted to probate in
said Court. Yon are hereb} I om-
Ni.unl.il within si\ calendar months
from the dai.- of the flrsl publication
i.r this notlci to appear In said Court
and show i ause, if anj you can, hj
the action of sii.i Court in admitting
said will t.. probate should not stand
tin re> oked
GEORGE T CLARK
Countv Judee
iu Mill: \ C. I ICK, Clei k
Flrsl p'ubllcHtlon of tin- notl< on
ih, jviii rtai of Man h
HENIO M v< \l I /kin
At ton
Mncoli Fla
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12th DAY *""- 18th DAY
APRIL NISAN
H'OL HAMOE'ED
All Food Fair Stores Are Closed
Next Monday and Tuesday
TIm manrgemen* and employees ex'end to you and your families
A JOYOUS AND
FESTIVE PESACH
For your shopping convenience we will be open
the following
STORE HOURS FOR WEEK OF APRIL 14fh:
SUMOAY WEDNESDAY 8:30 A.M. to 6 P.M.
10th I Woskmffwi Are. Store Only THURSDAY 8:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.
7 A.M. to 3 PJL FWDAY 8:30 A.M. to 3 P.M.
CLOSED MONDAY AND TUISDAY
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
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REV JACOB B. KATZ REV. VELVEL SHULMAN
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Friday. Ap" 1 12t 1963 %  *Jew 1st ncrkJian Page 7-3 Hebrew Univ. Friends Plan Installation; To Celebrate Israels 15th Anniversary Officers of the Anne Frank Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women gather at their fourth annual donor luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Lett to right are Mrs. Tena Katz, founder president; Mrs. Simon Sanders, coordinating vice president; Mrs. David A. Hess, donor chairman; Mrs. David Shwiller, president; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, fund-raising vice president; Mrs. Moe Miller, program vice president; and Mrs. Hewett Weiss, chapter c ervice officer. Some 150 women attended the event, which featured awards to members and a fashion show modeled by members of the chapter. Edith Zipp, fashion editor of The Jewish Floridian, was coordinator and commentator. Making plans for their big meeting and show night on Apr. 17 is the North Dade Chapter of Women's American ORT, headed by Mrs. lfe:uy Gilbert, shown at a recent board meeting at the Diplomat Hotel. The program will be held Wednesday evening at Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd., featuring the noted performer, Michael Komen. Visitors to the ORT board session were Deane Davis (seated right), president of National Life Insurance Company of Vermont, and Mrs. Davis. Others seated are (from left) Mrs. Irving Brown. Mrs. Paul Rarback, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilbert. Board members (standing) are Mesdames Mortimer Durst, Sanford Kahn, Louis Pressman, Heinz Holschauer, Michael Farber, Ceil Freed, Howard Horn, David Kaplan, Hy Mallinger, Murray Slater, Milton Firtel, Joseph Rocklin, Norman Brown, Rocky Shapiro, Andrew Weiss, Marion Geller, Arthur Blechman, and Jack Diamond. American Friends of the Hebrew University will install officers at a reception Saturday night, Apr. 27. iit the Ugiera Hotel. Reeled ed president, Jack S. Popick, will be installed by his fellow national vice pre>; lent of the American Friends, Leonard Ratner, of Cleve land. To take office as vice prej idents are Maurice Revitz. Jacob Riikin and Leonard Rosen. Honorary presidents of the South Florida Division are Charles Charcowsky, Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, Samuel T. Sapiro and Herbert S. Shapiro. Secretary is Leo Robinson, and academic council co-chairmen are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Jack D. Gordon. Board of directors of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem group will be Sidney Ansin, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. William Bornstein, Shepard Broad, Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, Hon. Irving Cypen, Daniel Dubbin, Leon J. Ell, Simon Fisher, Abram Fox, Samuel Friedland, Emil Fnedlandcr, Harry Genet. Henry Gilbert, Ben Gillcr. Mrs. Rhea C. Gladwin, Mrs. Louis Glasser. Dr. Philip Gotlieb. Also Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Louis Hirsch. Dr. David Klein, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Samuel Lachman, Dr. Irving Lehrman, S. C. Levenson, Joseph M. Lipton. Leo Mindlin, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Stanley C. Myers, Hon. Kenneth Oka, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs. Eve Schacht, Jacob Sher. Rabbi David Shapiro. Hon. Harold B. Spaet. Jerome Stern. Harold Thurman, Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg. and Mrs Max Wietz. Affiliated with the American Friends is the American Jewish Phj i< ;..:.-' i omrrilUGe headed Di. Mi yer B, M irks Manj Mi Beach an ill be preset t at ll e Api 27 mei ting • v II meml e 's of Alpha Om< Dental Fr i ship actively supports the Hebrew I diversity Dental School Dr. Milton Lilianirepresentative of the Iraternity to the Hebrew Hi versity Board. Mrs. Samuel Sii onhoff is president of the Won i Division <>f the American Friends. According to Popictc, the festive evening will include appropriate entertainment in celebration of the 15th anniversary of the State of Israel. Passover Marked At Mount Sinai ML Sinai Hospital made arrangements last week for a traditional Passover service for its patients on Monday afternoon. Special provisions were made with physicians on the staff at ML Sinai for permission tor their patients to attend. The "wheelchair brigade" was accompanied by nursing staff during the ceremonies. A traditional Seder t was set in the hospital dimr.j" room, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of Temple Menorah. conducting the service, and Cantor Edward Klein chanting. Also ; vited were Jewish hospital employees who could be spared iron, their duties. The Passover meal Included the foods traditional to a Pas.-o\ inanu. SOUTH MIAMI U S %  NtAlt SUNSIT WlVI _Open 5:45 BEST AMERICAN FILM OF 1962!" CAR\B EXCLUSIVE SHOWING ^LBANCROFT VWRSBEST ACTRESS mmft PATTY DUKE yews eesr I Rabbi Kronish In Book Review Hie First Next Time," best seller by James Baldwin, will be reviewed by Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, on Sunday morning, at a breakfast sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood, according to an announcement by Mrs. Louis F. Soetman, Sisterhood president. The function is open to members and non members. Proceeds from the book review series go to the Sisterhood's Religious School subsidy fund. Cast of "She Must Marry a Doctor," by Sholem Aleichem. are (left to right) James Knopke, Albert Cohen, Charlotte Vogel, Jill Arkin, Sam Slavin and Shirley Friedman. The production will be staged with "The Income Tax" on Wednesday evening at Temple Beth Sholom. Two Comedies At Beth Sholom ********* Judge Snyder Seeking Support Judge Arthur I. Snyder is a candidate for mayor in the coming ^o. Miami Beach elections. He. has been a municipal judge 01 -No. Miami Beach for seven years, and a senior judge for two years. He was recently elected President of the Florida State Municipal Judges Assn. Judge Snyder is a senior part %  W Ih the law firm of Snyder, iounj ^ stern. He was appointed social assistant attorney genial f>r the State of Florida, and Temple Beth Sholom Thespians will present two one-act comedies at the annual election meeting of the Sisterhood on Wednesday evening in the Temple Auditorium. -She Must Marry a Doctor," bySholem Aleichem, and "The Income Tax," by Peg Lynch, will be the initial offerings of this recently-formed Temple group. Both plays are being directed by Leon Unger, a Beth Sholom member, who has a rich theatrical background. Cast of "She Must Marry a Doctor" includes James Knopke, Charlotte Vogel, Jill Arkin, Sam Slavin, Albert Cohen and Shirley Friedman. Participating in The Income Tax" arc Bunny Jaffe, Harvey Kramer, Lib Korbin, Sam Rudl and Stanton Hatpert. Chairman of the Temple Thcs pians is James Knopke. Harvey Kramer is vice chairman. Sara Silverman is corresponding secretary, Business manager is Jill Arkin, and the librarian, Shirley Friedman. Technical director is Natalie Halpert. CINEMA WotkfeftM Avt. at Uth St., M.I. OH STAGE VIVIAN LLOYD HOW/f PIPPI* RUDY I ANNE MOSS ALSO SCHACHJt* t STEIN admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. He has lived in No. Miami Beach for 11 vears. and is a past presii dent of Beth Torah Congregation OM SCIEEN "THE GREAT ADVISOR" with Irving Jocobson £ Tcrto Zwerling It's tli* Besf Show Value in Town Motine. 55c kve.ing t 51.05 THE PRICE IS RIGHT • 24 GREAT STARS 3 NOTED DIRECTORS A FABULOUS NEW DRAMATIC ADVENTURE METRO GOLDWYN MAYER HI CINERAMA ******••*• • $ i fr PRESENT HOW THE ; WEsrrasisoNi MATINEES £ ot 2 p.m. J Wed. Sot., J Sun., Holldoya J EVENINGS ot 8:45 p.m. ****************************** RESERVED SEATS AT BOX OFFJCE OR BY MAIL SHERIDAN 410 Arthur G.dfr.y M4. Miami iMth ph. Jl 2-4451



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Page 4-A *JM*i fkrirffrri Friday. April 12. 1963 *~eJewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 TIED K. SHOCHET .Editor and Publisher EO MINDLIN Executive Editor 5ELMA M. THOMPSON Asst to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel BAY U. BINDER Correspondent Pubiittied Mary FrMay i"i<- t!7 br The J*wih rtortdua at 110 N.E. Sixth 3tr*t. Mlafit-U Florid*. Second-Claaa PoatsFi* UMlak!. FloridaTh. J.with Flotidian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewiih Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arta Featura Syndicate. Worldwide New. Service. National Editorial Aaan.. American Aaan. o* Enghah-Jewiih Newspapers, and the Florida P-ea Atsn TIM Jewish Floridian do** not ruanntee> the Kanhrutb of thr rr.erchan-lise advertised In It.-* column*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year BUM Three Yeara 110.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 15 Friday, April 12. 1963 18 Nisan 5723 A Noble Chapter Of Human Heroism The celebration of Passover is an ppropriate occasion to recall the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, which ocurred just twenty years ago on Apr. 18. For Passover is a holiday of reedom. It marks the exodus cf the r.c:er.t Israelites from Egyptian bor.d:ce. The tragic Jewish community of Warsaw, which suffered so terrifying and fateful an ending, could look forvard to no such deliverance as •loses brought to his people through he outstretched arm of God. But the Ghet'o uprising, like at _exington and Concord, was a shot -eard round the world. It was the .rst fearless blow struck against the •Jazi hordes of Hitler Germany, not ny a military force, however weak or oitiful, but by a people who rose up n wrath against the sort of brutality .umanity had never previously seen — a people not known in modern mes for their strength at arms. That the Jews of the Warsaw Clhetto so unsettled the conquerers of oland for weeks on end, until the Germans could wrest victory from ignominy only by burning out the resistance, is a tribute O a people who were destined to succumb to he sum of 6.000,000 by the end of World Var II. It is a tribute that many leaders in many ands have since tendered them. President '.ennedy, in a proclamation last week, de:lared: "The result was known by the Jews to be :oredoomed. Yet, though they lacked both -nilitary resources and a military tradition, they vere able to conduct their struggle against the overwhelming forces of the Nazi occupiers hereby providing a chapter in the annals of luman heroism, an inspiration to the peaceoving people of the world, and a warning to vould-be oppressors which will be long remembered." Lauding the Warsaw Ghetto's determin: tion "to sell their lives as dearly as possible," President Kennedy has called upon the United States, "in consonance with the joint resolution of Congress approved August 28. 1962," to observe the 20th anniversary of the uprising with appropriate ceremonies and activities." We join our President in urging men of good will everywhere to follow suit and pay ribute to one of the noble chapters of human .-eroism in our time. PASSOVER IH USSR. than the two publications they are currently distributing, both carefully documented studies of tyranny gone completely berserk. But we offer up the hope here that their careful program in this regard abroad is being matched by a similar program at home, where object lessons to Poles in the horrors of anti-Semitism may well be taught — even in these times of total equality in the Communist haven. Poles Remember Uprising Several recent publications and a mountain of news releases from the Embassy of the Polish People's Republic in Washington, DC declare that "The Polish nation, the Jewish people and all progressive humanity pay lomage to the memory of the heroic Jews of Warsaw." The publications include a soft-covered oooklet entitled "Treblinka" and a far more imposing volume in Polish called "The Agony, Struggle and Destruction of the Jews in Poland: .939-1945." We are unhappily reminded that the Poles, .-long with the Hungarians, have been among the most anti-Semitic people in all of Europe, and that they were not above showing it even :n their own agony, struggle, and destruction at the hands of the Hitlerian horde. History also somewhat tragically records the pogrom :n Poland at the end of World War II. That the Polish Embassy in Washington should be so scrupulous about the Warsaw Ghetto anniversary is no less a tribute to them The Rift May Widen The "resignation" of Israel's unnamed Minister of Security suggests more than some Israeli statements on German scientists in Egypt deemed ill-advised by Prime Minister Ben-Gurion while the Prime Minister was away. In fact, they suggest a basic difference of opinion between Mr. Ben-Gurion, who has been the champion of German-Israeli amity, and those leaders of Foreign Minister Golda Meir's persuasion, who believe that Germany must not be permitted readily to forget her history under the Nazis. It my be expected that the rift will widen with increasing severity during the days ahead —especially now when Bonn has announced that everything possible was done to discourage the scientists from working in Egypt's atom research, rocket, and jet laboratories. The Germans are still there, a fact that Mr. BenGurion will be finding increasingly difficult to explain to those he has enrolled in his German Friendship Club. during (he week ... as i see if by LEO MINDLIN THE GREATEST Greek phi %  losophers were not parti cularly impressed with the potential of democracy as a workable and intelligent form of uuverrimenf! The cyclical theorists, who regarded human history in terms of a circle ot experience beginning with an authoritarian coalition of rule in continuing struggle, its op. posing elements being a secular aristocracy and church-dominated oligarchy, also placed democracy at the bottom of the heap next to anarchy. And yet men. from the dawn of their awareness, have always struggled to be free. The question, of course, inevitably emerges: What is freedom? Socrates suggested it was government by a super-elite system of philosopher kings, none of whom would qualify to ascend to power until after an intensive study period of fifty years. What he had in mind seems clearly obvious: a severe limiting of the individual ruling period in recognition of the fact that the opportunity to rule is favorably correlated with the capacity to corrupt. The cyclical theori-ts offered no suggestion. They merely ob served what they considered to be the repetitive experience of the history of government as a series of changes, depending upon the evolving power of the struggling representatives of these forms ot rule ar.d in this order: aristocracy, theocracy, oligarchy, democracy, and anarchy. They also observed that the cycle, when concluded, beginall over again. The most succe--Iul if least popular revolutionary of the past centurv. Karl Marx, held that freedom emerge:from a strut: classes in contlict. and that freedom can only be assured by pr ian-insplred upheaval designed t" topple the alfluent. NO ABSOLUTES IN DtMOCft&CV V IEWS OF FREEDOM mocracj are, a should thus lx cl %  | .. the number "i definitions we reject because I re hold fa ghost in our pel i tuous ol the society being bu la). % %  • hilt. ; ir its part, the Soviel I n inventii i privat %  property, and bl i universal triumph solidly ensconced < ashes oi the world deemed mosl sacred and m.p>t freoi to us 1 raise these iss ti thai there .'ire no absolutes i proper discu.-sion ol freedom and democracy—even if the p<.'-<:and the limit.of bur system "t government have been eareltiw forth in -uch documents ;..the US. Constitution and Declare Independence. Thi> is precisely how things should he; for we are creature not alone of the nation in which we live, but ot the world that has come before us To speak of absolutes is ignorant because it circumscribe* intelligence of the past, and proscribes our view of the present. Our Founding Fathers, above all. underscood the need for ultimate orderly change: although they hoped to build a government founded on the democratic principles of human rights that would las: as long as their capacity to see into the future was profound. PRINCIPLES NOT AMONG THE VARIABLES AMONG OTHER THINGS, the ela>tic clause is a major example ot ** the understanding that there can be no absolutes—that absolute^ must ultimately oppose the unpredictable needs of human society in evolution, thus cracking and destroying the loundationstone ot what the Founding Fathers hoped to build. Having said all of this. I would now like to suggest that, in Intelligent democracy, anything goes. And so, indeed, have the cyclical theori-ts said from the time they tirst observed the history of human governments, and for precisely this reason placed democracy at the lowest level of society, just one wrung on the ladder above anarchy But the truth is that anything can not go—that some things, indeed, must never be. A case in point is the ordinance against the display of Nazi SJ m bolpassed last week by the Miami Beach City Council. I do not now speak of the mechanics of the ordinance, or its validity, which can be successfully challenged in any court. I speak instead of its spirit. which should never have seized the imagination of the Council in the first instance. There are no absolutes in democracy because there are no absolutes in unfettered human experience. Man surviveby the variety of choices available to him. But principles are not among them. Like the axioms ol geometry, they are the unchanging b.'>c> upon which we build our world of concrete speculation. I suspect that when the philosophers of government placed democracy so low in their esteem they were, in fact, expressing their fundamental pessimism with respect to man's capacity to police his pasGive man the opportunity to rule others, as well as himself, Ambassador Comay Due Israel Ambassador to the United Nations Michael Comay will be a guest among us here this weekend. Ambassador Comay will come to our area to address a third Seder celebration of the Business and Professional Council of Kupat Holim. Kupat Holim is the State of Israel's medical arm, whose vast network of hospitals and clinics pre-dates independence. Ambassador Comay will salute our community Saturday night at the Fontainebleau for its eloguent support of the new Medical Center shortly to be erected in Beersheba. Coming as he will from the United Nations, we ,can also expect an important message concerning the rising tensions in the Middle East today. We welcome one of the State of Israel's most distinguished diplomats to our midst. sion>. and how may one be assured that he will not function from behind the pristine safety of a double code of morality designed to offer him self-immunity when it most suits his purpose? 1HI PARADOX Of Df*IOC*4nC PRACTICE 1 AM IN my dreams all for the Miami Beach City Council ordinance barring the display of Nazi symbols because everything Nazi mak< me want to lash out in my main strength against one of the greatot outrages of history. But if I should seek in practice to justify this imaginary position, I would also lash out against the system of American government—and hence against myself. What ] am getting at is that we must apply to all social forces. even those of which we are contemptuous or fearful, the same set of principles we apply to the forces we favor. Failing'to do that, e support in fact the ultimate purpose, in this case, of the Nazis themselves, whose aim is to destroy us. The paradox of democratic practice may lie precisely here, but to shun it suggests that the theoreti cians were correct in their surmise—that democracy is one of the worst forms of government because men are simply incapable of exerci>mg the objectivity so necessary to its successful function. The "nayvotes of Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka and Vice Mayor Malvin Englander. as well as the opposing statements by persons here, like Howard Dixon. of the Florida Civil Liberties Union, showed a clear understanding of this very greatest weakness of demo cracy. which thus requires our most ardent allegiance and defense It is to be hoped the Miami Beach Citv Council will join them quick iy to revoke their stand in the name of freedoms we treasure, and however paradoxical the demand upon us to support the rights "t those who are our avowed enemies ana



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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vo'urne 36 — Number 15 Miami, Florida, Friday, April 12, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20 N.Y. Limits Sabbath Law To Gotham ALBANY, N Y. — (JTA) — The i Jfork Senate approved this reek a Fair Sabbath measure lim,,l Mew York City, to permit i.m> observing a day oth|r than Sunday as their day or r ,-i ia do business on Sunday. K \--cnibly then dropped its Irersion, which provided for local iption on the matter throughout be state which it approved preriousl). and adopted the Senate rersion. Karly signature by Gov. ockefeller, who has endorsed the I, was expected. The appr<>\ J1 measun contains a clause thich makes it effective Scptemier I and requires the New York "n\ Council to pass a local enibling ordinance on or before next December 31. Jacob Stein, chairman of the New York City Committee on Jewish Affairs, termed the Legislature's action "• welcome, if small first step." He indicated Continued on Page 7-A Knesset Nixes Security Chiefs Resignation Quiz S. Africa Leaders Cancel Boycott Against Reform iNNESBUBG — (JTA— pouth Africa's Orthodox Rabbis puled this week to cani< boycott of Reform rabbis V is end a sharp dispute hithin South African Jewry which became so heated that the geni ess carried reports on "rer war" in the Jewish com iiiimiy. I lispute broke out when Rah b' Aiiion Opher came to South V from Chicago to become |x nior rabbi of Johannesburg's k oiled Progressive Jewish CongreI the leading Reform syna1 He made a number of I i-nts embodying the classi rm opposition to the Jew-h D i tary Laws. He also criticized Johannesburg's Orthodox-based Jewish dy schools. The Orthodox rabbinate responded heatedly and ^issued a boycott against attendContinued on Page 6-A SHIMON PfRES reporti on UAH AGREEMENT NOTED Defense Chief Sees Kennedy NEW YORK (JTA) Israeli Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres, who returned Sunday to Israel, had met with President Ken nedy, II was disclosed by Myer Feldman. Presidential assistant The meeting took place during Peres' visit to the While House to confer with Feldman. President Kennedy asked to s e e Peres when he learned that the Israeli official v. as at the White House. The President reportedly closely questioned Mr. Peres on Israel's views regarding the military situation in the Middle East and the recent developments in connection with Nasser's rocket program and the involvement of the West German scientists. Asked to describe the purpose of the talk Mr. Peres had with Continuer on age 6-A JERUSALEM — (JTA) The Knesset. Israel's Parliament, de feated oppositon motions Sunday, by a vote of 67 to 47. rejecting the requests made by parties that are not members ol the coalition government for a full-scale debate on the resignation of Israel's Chief of Security. The latter had quit over Prime Minister David Ben-Cur ion's disagreement with him about the policies followed when it was disclosed that German scientists, many of them ex-Nazis, are being employed by Egypt on projects for development of non conventional weapons to be used for the destruction of Israel. Prior to the meeting of Parliament, the Cabinet formulated a statement dealing "i'h the special session of the Knesset. A terse Cabinet communique declared that a five-member Ministerial Committee for Security will study the issue of the German scientists being employed by Egypt. It is understood that the committtee has been given power to subpoena all persons involved in the Issue that led to the resignation of thi security chief The tatter's name, traditionally kept secret in thicountry, has not yet been officially revealed. After leading House members representing the Liberal Party, Herut and Mapam voiced sharp criticism against Mr. Ben-Gurion's bringing about the security chief's resignation, the Prime Minister told the Knesset: "Our grave concern over the designs of the Egyptian dictator to deConnnued on Page 7-A AT PRESS CONFERENCE JFK Says German Scientists Increase Middle East Tensions GERMANY CAN DO NO MORE PAGE 5 A WASHINGTON — (JTA) — President Kennedy commented this week at his press conference on the Egyptian missile program, staling of the missiles and German scientists working on them in Egypt that "they do affect tensions in the Middle East." The President noted that the German Government had indicated its displeasure. On United States military assistSlice to Israel. Mr. Kennedy said economic assistance was given, but Israel bought its own arms. He said that the United States anxious to see tensions reduced i : the Middle East, rather than to < anything to increase it. He in eated that a military balance fated, and the United States i not wish to upset it. The Predent said strong opposition r. been expressed to the manufactu of nuclear weapons by any eo try in the area Prior to the President's cor ments, the United States pos Continued on Page 10-A LEGACY FOR THE FUTURE WILKINS CITES LACK OF 'DIALOGUE' NAACP Leader Declares Anti Semitism Contained \K\V YORK — (JTA) — The anti-Semitism .'spoused by the Bla< Muslims against the Jews js not prevalent among the large part of t American Negro community. This observation v as made by Roy \\ kins, executive secretary to the National Association for the Advani ment of Colored People, in an article in the current issue of Americ Judaism, the official publication of the Union of American Hcbr Congregations. Johnson Eyes Human Rights At ADL Award Program By Special Report Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson declared this week that despite the rise Of two of the greatest tyrannies in history—Fascism and Communism—the 20th century may "most accurately and aptly be described as the Century of Human Rights." The Vice President said that he Wilklns felt that misunderstand ing an l lack of adequate dialogue, rather than organized anti-Semitism, exists today between Jews and Negrcea in this country. "Both Negroes and Jews could improve their understanding of each other bj employing more than a casual or surface approach.'" he said. Referring to recent anti-Sem'tir outbursts by the Black Muslims and their leaders, Wilkins said: "If Black Muslims appear to be anti-Semites in some of their utterances this attitude is not that of the broad Negro cor munity. Lack of understands-. snap "group" judgments, plaiand ugly anti-Semitism, and i defiant arrogance are unhapp, markings of a part of the Negr: community. In their great ho — and in their blinding frustration; Negroes art receptive to scap* Continued on Page 12-A *Kt NKfaWeT JOHNSOH • cirea 1 by League preferred this term to ""Century of the Common Man." a phrae ""eloquently" coined by a predecessor in office. Vice President Henry A. Wallace. •"Our century, the Century of Human Rights, will be remembered more for the legacy it leaves to the future than for its inheritance from the past." he said. The Vice President spoke in acceptance of the 1963 Human Rights Award of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nei B'rith for his "vigorous and affirmative activities" as chairman of the President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity. The presentation was made by Abraham Feinberg. chairman of the board of the Kayser-Roth Com I Continued on Pago 10-A Israel Bonds Names Rosen, Mrs. Meyers as New Chairmen Leonard Rosen, civic, philan Ihropic and business leader, has been named the new Israel Bond chairman to succeed Samuel Friedland. and Mrs. Anna Brennera Meyers, women's leader, has been named chairman of the Wom(i s Division to succeed Mrs. Jack Katznian. it was revealed at a reception and supper party for Israel Bond • leaders last Sunday night given by Mr. and Mrs Elliott Roosevelt at their new home en Miami Beach. Attending the party were lead ers from all areas of Jewish coin munity life, civic and out-of-town Roosevelts. representatives tuests of the Announcement was made that Rosen and Mrs. Meyers will be inaugurated to their new offices at the Isreal Independence Day Dinner under auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization on Sunday, Apr. 28, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Rosen, president of the Gulf American Land Corp., served as Continued on Page 12 A Israel Ambassador to t h =; United Nations Michael Cc may will be guest oi hone at a third Seder celebration at the Fontainebleau Hote on Saturday evening sponsored by Kupat Holim. >Se5 story. Page 3-A).



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Friday. April 12, 1963 *Jewist ftcridHan Page 9-B C^/tcrrm/Via/i 9 l it yours, h pp W ESTBROOKE Country Club held Us "April Showers'" dance Saturday night. musts was Mrs. George \ i an, ho wore an iced blue I brocade sheath, with a wi.ie selfii, insert at the waist in a cummerbund effect. Her short matching bolero-styled jacket i pointed collar, and was _. it the neck. — *' \| r Thomas Lombardi those .ink silk, cut in the clas lh shirtwaist motif. An white cotton check. < %  embroidery detailing the choice of Mrs. Markowits. Black was lh, iselected by Mrs. Wal,iis. Her sheath feaidice of an unusual cirlette pattern. \ -. % %  !. line pencil silhouette lire brocade peau de worn by Mrs. Al BernMrs. Ron Levitt's twoCi -ik combined the sheath skirl and the overblouse. It was metric print of black, charcoal and white. The red velvet -heath worn by Mrs. Julius Pincus was trimmed in front with riiinestones, and plunged low m the back to a very decollete line. • k4RS. Harold Pomerantz" silk %  print sheath was in deep shades of forest green tones, and | highlighted with flecks of gold. Mrs Sheldon Kay chose a puckered -ilk in shocking pink. Her neckline was low, and her skirt bouffant A sleeveless black silk; %  heath was worn by Mrs. Dan Carlin Her scooped neckline dipped to a low scoop in back, and was accented with a trio of ribbon strands which was caught' on one -houlder. Golden flowers on a field of light yellow was Mrs. Aaron Aronof's choice for the dance Tones and shades of foliage gave the print a realistic touch. Mrs. Kdward Grad was another who chose a print for the evening. Her silk sheath was in i calusa rural and white, with a. : chiffon at the neckline 1,1 a matching shade of coral. Muted floral colors blended in, the mil skirted print worn by! Mrs, George Dreyfuss. Mrs Hilton Shcnberg, known professionally as Ruth Begins, chose a jewel tone turquoise silk sheath. White silk chihon detailed her V neckline, and ended in a large bow. Black raw silk cut along Oriental lines was worn by Mrs. Ivan Whitman. Her sheath had short sleeves a n d high. rounded) mandarin collar Black was also the choice of Mrs. Irving kaskin. The bodice was fitted and her skirt was full. £HAMPAGNE colored lace in ^* a sheath with a bell-shaped tunic overskirt was chosen for the evening by Mrs. Julius My ers, White silk crepe, with a slight asymetrical drape across the front of her sheath, was worn by Mrs Maurice Blinski. A bright red crepe sheath with rhinestone strap* was Mrs. Seymour Samuel's choice. Mrs. Al Muglia's white chiffon had a fitted bodice and full skirt. Pink embroidery highlighted h e r skirt Mrs Howard Gurland's sheath was of white and silver lame. A black silk crepe sheath was worn by Mrs. Eddie Block. Her neckline was scooped low both front and back, and a slight tie effect was over the shoulders. Mrs. Milton Gold's black silk featured black illusion at the neckline and illusion in her long sleeves. An open circular back created conversational interest. vows at the Algiers Hotel on Saturday, Apr fi. Rabbi Kngeno I.abovitz performed the evening fVenMr-Kahn HMS. HOWARD flSHM I Wore Than Just a Vacation) • i SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA \ i i "FREE GOLF' j One Hour fe Tampa and St. Ptft. | Tel. 726-1161 I Fisher, Levine Live in Gables Honeymooning in Nassau are the former Harriet Beth Levine and Howard Jay Fisher, who were married in tb. 9100.00 VilJ PIT nothiflf until the dty yw take jour stouge out! I COI.D HH g | sioitu.i i • tMMMMMMftl AMY-FUR STOLE-CAPE OR COAT STORED FOR YEAR* Q45 IKE II AMI OUT KIMCJ ML Ml 1XUCEW _* ~* THE WORD FOR QUALITY CLEANIN9, LAUNDRY AND STORAGE 1201 20th Street, M.B. Corner Alton Road VillttHft7JlM.tliF.ft Store Hri. 7 A,M. to 9 PJ4. JEM104



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rag* 14-A f imfcti ffwidknr Friday, April 12. 1963 Copito SootliahU By MUTON FRIEDMAN What Will Happen to the Ellis Island Sentimental Landmark? Washington 'HOULD THE OLD Ellis Island immigration station be utilizled for establishment of a permanent exhibition of kosher del.ca] essen products or for an internaional university that would seek a olution to the Arab Israel probem? i These were among suggestions marie to an exasperated Senate subcommittee head ed by Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, Maine Democrat The subcommittee is still striving to dispose of Ellis Island which was abandoned by the Immigration Service almost ten years ago. Among proposals for utilization of the historic island was a plan lor a Biblical zoo featuring the alligators of the Nile and even the smallest in-ects of the Ten Plagues imposed upon Pharaoh. Loom ing above would be a humBtatue ot Moses. The Government was asked to consider construction ort Ellis Island of a physical map of Palestine in the Biblical period when Jo.-hua conquered Cantan. The map would show "the borderlines ol the 12 tribes and all historical places mentioned in the Bible, including rivers, mountains, and seas, A eocsnd map of the same type would show the man I of the Israelite tribes from Egypt through the deserl until they crossed the River .Ionian into (he City of Jericho." Sen. Muskie. incredulous at this proposal, asked the witness: "Is it your idea that the island be donated for this purpose or sold?" •Donated," replied the witness. "Donated?" asked the flabbergasted Senator "Donated," repeated the witness. The Senator called the next witness who advanced a scheme for using Ellis Island as a center for training of Americans going abroad, in Asian and African dialects. i UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Israel's Economy Today T HE EFFECTS ARE slow in showing up and will not prove themselves as >et for some time to come But they are and will be fundamental so far as Israel's economy is concerned. Take he word of one of Israel's most powerful, most practical economists for these facts. They come turn Moshe Wcisglass, vice chairmen ot the Israel Manufacturers Association. .Mr Weisgla^s spent a month in this country, visiting %  major cities and financial centers, on behalf ot a >.ooo.nou -hare issue of Israel's Industrial Development ,nk. But what Mr. Welsglass was "selling" in this • luntry was more than bark shares (although he did :y well indeed in that immediate effort*. He was mir>ing. in lact exuding, confidence in the basic .-omul ss of his country's economy. One of Israel's leading industrial tycoons, Mr. Weis. ass (who.-e personal interests are centered in the metal dustry) is as quick to put his fingers on the weak spots management as he is on what he considers exce Stands by labor. When he calls for sacrifices by Israelis, for higher viriuct ivity and greater efficiency, he envisages a high• standard of living for every Israeli worker and farmer ;.nd professional—without overlooking higher profits and come and achievements for investors and industrialts. We sat for a long time talking. Mr. Woisglass was v illing to explore the results of Israel's devaluation of e pound. That was a step announced on Feb. 9. 1962. by Israel's Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. The immediate result was to lower, by liaf. the value ss. "But it is too early as yet to speak of complete .iceess. Have we attained economic stability? Have we oided inflation? How far have prices risen? Prices iid not go up too high—in fact they went up less than had thought they would. If we continue the way we Jiave been going—we will make it. But it is too soon to 'ill." said Weisglass. .. "Our participating in the Common Market is vital. But if we are to compete in the European Common Mar if we are to reach a balance of payments—with the :ap still standing at more than $350.000,000—if we are to increase our exports, we must achieve those ends on the lasis of quality and quantity—both quality and quantity We must develop new creative methods, new equipment and new ways to employ such equipment. We mu-t per ct a system of controls—not only quantilati\e control also and simultaneously qualitative conrol. "Wages cannot be raised this year. The trade unions e made great sacrifices. Other proposals inclu. ed plans for a Statue o. Liberty Museum.juvenile delinquency rehabilitation center, golden age UOIIHlor the elderly, a veterans' facility, a treatment center lor dope addicts. and similar idea-. The problem is that the immigration station. erected in 1892. is in a sad state of disrepair. It was so shabbv in 1954 that the Immigration Service pulled out. The Government then tried to sell the island which is located about one mile Horn the southern tip of Manhattan Island and one-fifth of a mile from the New Jersey shore. Bids were Browsing With Books: Bv HILARY MINDLIN The Jews Of Old England THE KING'S PERSON;. By Joanne Greenberg. 284 pp. New York: Holt, Rinehart and W.nston, 383 Madl? an Ave. S4.VS. U.OET AND scholar of medieval culture. Joanne T Sreenberg's first novel has none of the coltish stumbling o. the usual first novel, and none ol he stickiness ot overlaid pigmenl usually found in he historical novel. Her book is ol the King's Persons, the Jews oi the 12th centurj England who as uu only people permitted to practice money lending, v ere under the special protection of the King, since without them he would be unable to collect the huge amounts levied or. the Christians. So the Jews of York and other towns lived in shaky peace with their Christian neighbors. Against the background of the first cracks in the English feudal society, the slow impoverishment of the barons and the growing powers of the king Mrs Greenberg. her scholarship, sensitivity and skill in perfect balance, tells the tragedy of the .1' 'of York. The wealthy Baruch. whose house has K lass windows, loves his gentle son Abram neither Wisely nor well; nor does he see how the luxury of his clothes and possessions inflame the town rabble Abram's brief and poignant friendship with the monk Simon is beautifully drawn, the more SO for its revelation ot the fragility of such a relationship, or indee! ol any relationship in which the world intrudes Many other characters, also, stand with a reality which belles their distance in time and historical space. The saintly Kabbi Yomtob and the viciously insane monk Lewis; the cruelty ol Baron Malabestia and the bewildered decency ol Baron de Kuckney; the Christian servant Bet! who finds hersell more at home among the Jew?these and othernil the book with vividness and human ti The picture of the mob which swepl over the Jews of York at the Passovi i Ii n 91 is unforgettable, it is Interesting to recall that Andre Schwarz-Bart be an his book. "Thi Last ol the lust," witii prec • lj iU York n as acr t %  is the legend ot Rabbi Yom Tov Levy that "his tary agony was unbearable to Cod." and l God graced ''iline with ore Lamed-Vovnik to each generation—Ernie Levy, the hero "t the book bi the last of the Just Men. "The King's Persons," like all good books, says much more than its story. The despairs ol exile, the Jew, proud and different and hated for it, the malevolence ol twisted or frightened mind echo up the eight centuries to ring as strongl] now as, in the poetic vision of Joanne Greenberg, they split the medieval an with clarity, terror and truth. rejected as woefully insufficient to cover its com menial value as estimated by the Government. J E Moody, Commissioner of the General Services Administration's utilization and disposal service recently testified belore the Muskie subcommittee He rejected the unsuccessful attempts to unload Elli S Island. He noted that the public supports Federal, State, or nongovernmental use of the property suitably commemorative of its historic nature. Mr. Moody added that "despite prolonged and diligent disposal efforts, and notwithstanding the widespread public interest in the property, no teasible proposal for its future public use has been received or developed." Apparently the Government considers Ellis Is lard gateway to America lor millions of Je\ -. Italians. Greeks, Poles and other recent immigrants, somewhat lest vital historically than Plymouth Rock Or Virginia's Jamestown island. But public opinion has rallied to preserve the significance of Ellis Island. Rabbi J. Max Weis fold the subcommittee that 'the Book of Deuteronomy cautioned the ancient Israelite against erasing the landmark of his own family or that of his neigh bor." "Even King Ahab found his neighbor, Naboth. unwilling to remove his family's landmark to sat isfy the King's desire to annex another garden to his palace grounds. We, the people of America, have a landmark at Ellis Island." said the rabbi. OH the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN A Very Lively Corpse %  F THERE IS any commodity in the American Jewish community which s not in short supply, it is certainly not a dearth of predictions of the early de nise of Yiddish as a living tongue among American Jews In recent years, pre lictions of doom have been cast in sociological jargon about the sweep ol al change revolutionizing the patterns -J it Jewish consciousness of a community steadily becoming more native-born and hence-like mosl Americans—ignorant of any second language. The pundits may well be right, yet there are —few and feeble perhaps—to the contrary. • A few colleges are offering courses in Yiddish, for instance, and many Yiddish expressions, such as "mishmash," "nudnick and "schlemiel," have become ol the American idiom. Now comes another and truly remarkable development. The Jewish Teachers Seminary—a living ( lish culture created by such old line Yiddish i ed groups as the Sholera Aleichem Institute, the Work men'Circle and the Farband—has announced two courses which will be real stunners for the Y doomed school One of the cours< is designed to teach camp counselors how to be purveyers of Jewish culture as *< muscle builders for some 2,500 children attending • mer camps in \< w York sponsored by the Yiddish culture organizations. The other course, as was repo last week al the Seminary's I5tb anniversary bai developed in response to r equ es t s from Reform. Cot servative and Orthodox congregations tor teachers to leach Yiddi-h yes, Yid ish—to adult and teenage classes In fact, reportDean Gersfton Winer, the Seminary ha' more requests for such teachers than it can meet, And. almost all of the students are expected to be B born. If Yiddish is dead in America, we can only >ay it looks like a very lively corpse. Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR New Anglo-American Policy for Middle East? IJOW SERIOUS OF a danger for Is ** rael are the rockets which the Ger man scientists are now producing in Egypt for Nasser? Expertbelieve that for Israel the proliferation of rockets is serious enough even without megatoi warheads. They do not doubt th.it Nasser now has rockets ol Y 2 capability built by the Germans. Such rockets could reach any part of Israel but with I questionable acuracy The Cobalt warheads intended for three rockets contain high explosivi with radioactive el feet, though they would not produce an atomic explosion. Expert opinion is that Nasser Is financially not in | position to serious!) attempt to manufacture atomic bombs. However, like Cuba, he may try to borrow bombs. In England—as well as among members of Congress in Washington—the opinion prevails thai it is Ugh time for the United stateto attach peace strings to aid Nas .-cr in order to prevent him from developing nuclear v capons. Also to prevent him from carrying out ambition to swallow up Jordan and the Arab oil producing countries. A new joint Anglo-American policy the Middle East is being discussed now between W** ington and London, n is no -eeret that oil rivalries In Middle Bast have bedevilled relations between KB* 1 1 and the United States. With the recent revolutions in Iraq and Syria, with Nasser's new bid for unit) to these two """" ,,; both the United states and England see sinister uF cations for the security of Western oil supplies also fear the possibility of internal uprisii •" by Nasser, in Saudi Arabia—where the VS. has [ rcl clous oil interests—and in Jordan. And they are also corned for the safety of Israel. While it is :,>M m lvl .,i the kings of Saudi Arabia and of Jordan have ree some kind of Western guarantees for their thrones, is not considered a guard against possible internal lutions the kind ol COUPS thai have taken place I the lu.-t week in Iraq and Syria.



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fcdcy, April 12, 1963 *KtmUtifkrHton Page 15-B Ifomian Named [tw ** '•' •**(•* faryant's Page Bryant last week CM Karris telegram to Clifford Dubson MrLouis Rudnick, of Coral Gables. a national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America. of 6015 SW 64th PI., apwas in Fitchburg, Mass.. last week following last rites for his brother. Joseph Rudnick. 72. who died Mar. 30 in Manchester, N.H. The late Mr. Rudnick. treasurer of J. RudGraphic Arts Go on Display LEGAL NOTICI old ten bin. poinu-t him i perMV. Page (0 ,r,, Governor Q\\\ rd i* the Mr. and array H. His lath u>t elect rhe State ure. N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 2C T3TT9* HANK LEGAL NOTICE artists HA.MItCI!< I RAVINGS Plaintiff, Dubb: er w rd tc Legii Is%  iitih -r.i-ler a ^ utf iami Ele men..School. CUWOM Llll l,,, will have special classes iii T*U hassee. H-; one commmt: "I've got to te ll n teichor and class, but I thin* I'M wait r '* h rin This is when student* •xeta^e stories and good for*ith classmates. ity House Lounge of Temple rael on Friday. Sixty prints—lithographs, etchings and aquatints—by Goya. Daumier and Kollwitz, will be shown, nick & Sons, and founder and diincluding a rare cover from "los rector of the Profile ManufacturCaprichos." with two Royal Crests, Co., of Manchester, was a vice hv poya. .K_ w„... v., ,i.,„,i Tne Community House is open the New England fpom 9 fo 5 p m daUy and JJJ Zionist District. Louis Rudnick 0 p m on Friday evening. was staying at the home of his son-' in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Philip A. Isaacson. 4 Merriam Parkway. Fitchburg. The works of three of the world's greatest graphic will go on exhibit in the Commun-, vs. I WADE AUXIER and PEOQY AI'XlEi: his wile, .n-:.\>.\r. I NEEI.EY. SARA JENKINS, UPWARD ZIMMERMAN. EDWARD VYOLE, KKNNI: rii c KISSEI.I. and BARBARA A i:i SSEI.I. his wif ing president HOHAUSER hat :,. Dubbin, his mother, said ,-,Clifford had to be in -n' tor the opening of the session on Tuesday, the clothes, room and board !y on. | is the oldest of four %  tMj, : the Dubbin family. Fuur< pitfes include Sammy 8. Dav4 I Eric 1. Bgii %  ush i. ,hase Seeking Better Loans 1 I1KNRT, Bare S7, well-known >rchit, i i and a Miami resident for .i -...Ibefore moving to New Vork .i year ago, died Mar. 81. Designer nf the Sherry Frontenac and Algler* Hotels he also cooperated In the design of th. Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce bide, and the Miami Hearh Auditorium A Vfti HI of World War i he held in. mbershln In Hibiscus l-odge, Mi-.n-. M.ihi Shrine, American i.. %  ion v merit an I netti ute of Architect* and Miami Beach Examim Board of Contractors Surviving are his wife, Grace: three brother*, Ham and I f Miami Beach and Benjamin of N.u fork; and three winter*, Mrs Lillian Kraft, Mra. Hilda Hauser. .,1 Miami Beach, and MrMinnie Kl.il>. N.Y Scrvic. s and in termenl were held In I'ar Rorkawav. I..I.. N.Y. Nutritionist to Speak "Good Nutrition and Health" will be the topic discussed at a general meeting of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMHA on Sunday, Apr. 21. 2:30 p.m.. at 450 SW 16th Ave LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undesigned, desiring to engagi business under the fictitious name si N STATE PAINT AND BOIY SHOP .ii 1501 N.E. IS-nh Si NJI Miami, Ma.. Intend t> register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, rioridu. DANIEL I.. MILLER JAMES i: l tTZSIMMONS. SB Partner* 4 13-19-26, 5 J LEGAL NOTICE C bast BSE n Clements, president of .deral Savings and Loan his week emphasized that nt the better mortgage iaiu Th Kent UltOJ d to alto: 10't ChssIgi • %  :-. ( %  %  vlicv was expressed in a tetter to all Chase Federal %  :-. and is being emphasizHelcne Glauber, tome owners, builders and "In order to obtain ••tor loans." Clements said, i Federal will assist mortivith the lowest closing residential properties apartments and store NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring (•' engage In buainess under the fictitious name of ARROW DENTAL Sl'PPLY at 1316 N. Venetian way, Miami Beaeh 39. Ha, intend* to register said name with the Clerk of Ute Circuit Court of Dade County, Floorida. HELENE GLAUBER BETMOl'R LONDON Attorney and agent f"r 4 i!-ia-3, ,rac. I said this includes fininn of abstract. doctistamps on note, intangible ige, credit report, apexamination of abstract. recording, mortgagor must supply jp-to-date survey and ab Ml charges and costs, as .11 be covered in the closIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3775 .1 S. 'il.KASiiN. JR., ax ArtminlatraIIM of Veterana Affaire, an Officer ••! in. I'nlted si.i-•'( Amerloa, and hiaucceMHir* In nueh office, and hla or their am Plaintiff, II vr.' d 11 M FBASER, < i ux, • 'l I %  •. d IKNOTICE OF SUIT ri i HAROLD M l'l: \.-I:I: and I I.I iBKNCi: M l'l: VSKB "!h Street I'll I • .1. \la--:|. hi-, I v. i|AUK HKRKBY SieTIl IEH thai ., -r.n \,.,IH a hrouglu agalnat you ,.v I S I I LKA8I IN, IK., aa A.linini-Iratoi ol Veteran* Affair-, an Offlcei ,f ihi l*nlt< "I State* of Ami i lea, and u In auch office, and h i awkm, i" foi ecloae n mi rl uau, ,,i. imberlna the followlni deeii„ ,| in iip< n >. to-wlt: I... I 15, Bitk I, of CCTL-ER RIDGE. SEt'TloN THREE, according" to tb< i ih -. recorded in Wat Book at paae s:;. "f the publlo recorda .,f Bade County, KU-rlda; nd vou an %  • inir.ii to file your anawer with the Clerk of the Circuit •,,IIM ..f Hade County Elurliia. at tne roiirthollK.' in Miami, Florida, on or before May 13, 1SS, and to aerve n ,-..i>\ ..f auch anawef ii|>m MYEKS, HE1MAN. KAI'I.AN lATSMAN. Ilalntiff** attorney*, whoee addrea* CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION In the Name and by the Authority of the State of Florida T.. ALL To WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS Wli.rra-. B. J. HARRIS, Miami Beach, I lorida; 1>AVI1> P. CATSMA.N, M i a III i Florida; H LA D V s II SCHWARTZ. .Miami. Florida, did on the Srd day of Noveaaber, AD. IS61, cauae t,' be Incorporated un'li-r the laws of the siatc HI Florida BOUTHCENTRAL MORTGAGE COMPANY, a corporation, with lt principal place ,.f business .it MIAMI BEACH, DADE t'OCNTY. In the State . ISM, cauae ti, be filed in the office of the Been liirv of Slat...f the Slat,61 I imida the docunientary authority required im.l.-i Section 808.J7, Florida Statute*, ahowins the dlaeolutlon i>f auch oorlioratlon. Now, therefore, the Bejcret&r) pi State doe* hereto} certlfj t.. the foreH>.iiiK and that he la siitisfi.-d that the requirements NI' I lef.-ndant. NOTICE OF SUIT ro: WADE ArXlER and PE<1(JY Al'XIBR Ins wife, RESIDENCE CNKNOWN, If alive and if dead, the unkniiw n li.-ns. devlaeea, aranteee, Baaltrneea, llenore, creditors, trust, -,-s <>r other claimant* .-l.'iimiiiK b) through, under or ucainst any .if the above named defendant* who are deceased Y..u are hereby notified that the above captloned action has been Instituted airainai you in the Circuit Court 1 the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida In and f..i Dade County to foreclose a mortarnare upon the fi.Moulin; described real porperty: Lot 1'.. Block I. DIXIE ESTATES MUST ADDITION, ar. rdad in l'lat Book S3, I'm;.:'." of the Public Records of Dadi County, Florida, tos;ether with Hotliolnl Range Mode) lei•'•?. Hotnoim iterrhTrrator Model EBU, ll..ti.int Washer Model l.H 11. You are reoulred t<> file youi answer to id.nnrifi's complaint uith the i '1. ik of the afoi %  sani Court, and il serve a copj thereof uiton plalntlfr* in attorne) MARTIN FINE nth Floor Dadi Federal Bids Miami :'.•-'. Florida n.it later than Ma> IS, 1983 or a Decree Pro Confesso v\ i 11 be entered auainst you. Dated: April % %  1963 E, B, LEATHBRMAN Clerk of the i 'Ircult Coui i B) C. I. ALEXANDER Deputy i*leik MARTIN FINE Attorney f.-r riaii.tiff nth Fioor Dade Federal Bids, Miami ::L\ Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IhL CHANCERY — Case No. 63C 3443 Ri iBERTi i M< d:i-:\' < Plaintiff Vs. ELSA ARRIL FRANCO l'l. MORENl '. I lef.-nilaiit. NOTiCE OF PUBLICATION in i:i-a Abrll Franco di Moreno 1'astiiia No. r.si Chorrloa Lima, Peru. S.A. Vol. ELSA ABRIL FRANCO DB MORENO Caatilbt N'-. 584, ChorrRlos Lima. Peru, are required to rile your answer to the Complaint for Oivorcwith the Clerk ..f the above Court. and serve a cop> thereol upon Ulna p. Xesjretti, Attorney at Law, 9i9U Conares* Bids;., in N.E. Snd Avenue, Miami, Florida on or before the '.'h daj of.Maj lS, ..> els. con plaint "ill be taken as confessed Dated tnl* !th da) of March, 1963, i: B LEATHBRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Coui t I Seal I Bj r V COPELAND 1 ".. 12, 19. -'•"• 3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59003-B IN RE: Estate of MYRTLE HES8IE I .-as,-, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS T,. All Creditors and All Person* Haviritr Claims Or Demands Ai:ain.-[ Said ESatati Vou are hereby notified and required t.> present any claims and demands which you may hav.ncalnst th. .-.state of MYRTLE HESSIE deceased late "f Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges ..f Dane County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar month* from the date ..f the fir-tputdieati.-n hereof, or the same will be barred. ROBERT THEODORE I 111 WON i i: MAYI:I:S Attorney 1611 i 'onan ess Bids: Miami. Florida l % %  %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 52834-B IN RE Estati ••! SIMEON -l STEINBACH l'.-, eased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL D.SCHARGE NOTICE ihereuj Riven that I have filed mj I inal Repoi t and Pi I T t..ii for Distribution and Final DIschargi us ExecutrU "f the estati Simeon .1. Stelnlmch, deceased: and tint ,,n the 6th day ..f May. 1963, will appl> '" Ihi Honorable C it> Judges .it Dade County, Hoiida, f-.i approva ... said Final Keporl and foi dlstrlliution ami final dlschargi as Exi t:i\ ,-i the estate of the above-named .1 dent. This 1st da) of April, 8ELM N KI.l'.i d i Executrix WRINKLE A RESSLER Petitioner's Attorne) MI Seybold Bunding Miami :'.:•. Florida 4 :,. 12, l. -•: To: •::•. MARi II. %  Seal) A.I'. 1963. TOM ADAMS I.I .-tar> of Slate da> l 12 i,.; [obacco Firm fromotes Judd By Special Report lU'l.-VILLE. Ky. — Brown It (ill lai ---in Tobacco Corporation h i Bounced the promotion of fink Jdfld to company controller. ^X^X^'nJ^ SaTir" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VEN that Ihi undersigned, desiring to engage In business i nder the fictitious nami ol EVER-Nl' PRODUCTS, at J213 U'.-i 9Ul Ao. Hialeah. Florida. Intend t" register -.ml name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court >.f Dade County, Florida .MANITA JOHNSON FRANCES KRAMER NEIL CHON1N Attorneys for Juanlta Johnson and Franci Kramer 4/12, 19. 26. ". -I ith* -,ew position, he will have |iper\ -.on over all operating acuntr ; divisions of the large to%  cco rm. |Jwk.. a Jewish native of BerG| tany, came to the United 1934 to escape Hitler's His first job in this coun15f Was as an accountant with the K-A. :rm ot S D. Leidesdorf & Nt York. |He joined B&W's accounting defrtmenas financial analyst in was promoted two years lat1 to assistant treasurer, and in f law H tne I — re**tl belli aid dai.. as required by ..( I ii.rida. If you fall to d omplalnt "ill be taken as con1 h\ you and a Decree Pro t-oi will be entered afalnst you ,;]>, i demanded in the ci>nH>lalnt. ,>ATED tl"Mh da) of April, IMS i: B, LRATHERMAN, Clerk %  •! the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida tseal) Bl : C P. COPELAND lieputy Cl.rk Myers, Helman. Kaplan .<• rat-man Eleven-Fifty Building I ISO SW. Flrsl Street Miami %  :•:. Florida ( | ., -| ,, .,,. -,... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEItEKY 0IVEN that the imdei.slsnetl. dealrlni to engase In buainess under the fictitious name of PINE BROOK FARMS, at 43O0 Toledo Street, Coral Oablea, Horida. Intend to rtujister said name with the Clerk of the ClrouR Court of Dad* for Coiintv. Florida. JULIAN WE1NKLE MYERS HFIMAN, KAl'L-\N iATS. MAN Attorne)* lor Julian Wrinkle IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3283 BARBARA ItOSENBERli, Plaintiff. \ EDWARD ROSENBERti 11,-fendani SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl I KI'W vRD R" SENBER<; ADDBESS I'NKNoWN You, EDWARD ROSENBEBtl, are hereb) notified thai a Bill ••! C imi,ia nl foi Mvorce ha.l..-. n illed against you, and you are reuulred to -eiv. a cup) of your Answet or l'l. .niIng to th,itiii of Complaint on the Plalntlfr* attorne)-, NORMAN ii. OOLDSTBIN, 111" N.E IWTd Street. .North Miami Beach, Florida and file I the original Answer or Pleading in I the Office of the Clerk Of the ClKUit Court on or before the I'i'th da> ••! April. 19;:. if you fall to do so, judgment hy default will be tak.-n airalnst you for the n-lief demanded in the Bill i>f Complaint. Thi* notice shall he published onoe each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dl>NB AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 26th day of Match A.D. 1963. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Dadi County, Florida iseal) Bj >" P. COPELAND lvnutv Clerk NORMAN il. OOLDSTBIN n n> N.E ISSrd street North Miami Beach. FU*. 4/12-19-26, "• 3 j Attorne] for I'laintiff CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE *is (liven responsibility for' ti.tf To WHOM THESE PRE -' ORBETINQS: IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59155-A In RE: Estate of JOHN MILTON DIMM. 1 i.e. as. .1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having 1 Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands :l •-•:•. 4 :.-lI-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buainess under the fictitious name ol HARMAKO ASSOCIATES; (not Inc.) at l"7l N.E, 79th St.. Miami. Ela intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit C.ulrt of DIM County, Mortda. MURRAY L. FREDERICKS Sol.i iwner :: %  :•>. I .'.-12-19 erdegen Urges omination End 1 %  hi" r,i,| for election to the City un v ( Group 5. vice chairman Miami Beach Water Kerdegen pledRs "to Ni r Parti A) Id tt. w of the domination of F. y h bj the privileged few." I" e *iH ai S() support "the real competitive bidding (pansion of a contract, PProoriate (unda shall be reational facilities tial areas." MIVMI BEACH. OAl'E i ol NTY. In th,State of l"l..rlda. and whereas such corporation did on the tth day pi Vii'll A I'. ]: % %  %  %  '. cause to be fil. .1 In the office ot til. Beeretarj of State of the state t.f Florida, the documentary authoiio retiulred under Section SOS. 17, Florida Statutee, showing tne dlssnlutlon ol such corporation. N,,w. therefore, the Secretary ol State does ii certlfj to the roreKoina and l satisfied that Ih ....mil. ir • • the law have been Com P N*VeTTNESS WH EREOF. i have I,, .... m> Its' i .'"'I have afflxe. Seal ol Ihe State of Florlila. %  i i .i :: ill da} ol '•" %  VDAMS, State ,,f or the same will be barred. Oite.l at Miami. Florida, this 1th das %  '< April. AD. IMS*. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN As Executor Mll.TON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executor 1111 Vlnstey HiiildiiiB. Miami. Fla. i/is-ia-2' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i hi undersigned, dealrlng to engage ,, busliu ss under the fictitious nun.; ,, SAV-ON PRINTING A OFFICE M/|'l'l.\ Intend to reglstei with the Clerh of he I \\ ll.l I \M S .-ill W !/• S VRAH GOLDMAN li.ii' I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3610 .i s. IM.EASII.V JR., as Administrator ol VeteranAffairs, an Officer Of the I'nlted States of America, and his successors in such office, and his or their assigns, I'laintiff. \ s. VINCENT DE AXQBLO, el ux, el al Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT VINCENT DE ANGELO and VNGELINA DE AN'".EI.o. his wife. If living, including an) unknown spouses of said Defendant* if they hav.remarried, ami it dead, their unknown heirs, d. \ grantees, assignees, creditors, llenors, trustees, and all oth.-r persons claiming by. throueh, under ..i against Defendants, h-.-.i, sldeni %  unknou n YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTrPlBD thai a si-iit has !•••. n bro ighl igah -• %  on i.\ .i s GI.E \s> N, J i: aAd n In -:r r nt v.-t. rans Affa rs, ai offlcei of the I'nlted States ol America, and his successors in such office, .n.l In%  i their assigns, to foi close a mortgage encumbering the follow ing dew i Ibed property, t'Lot I, Block li. FIRST ADDITION To NORTH RIDGE, according to I be id.il thereof, as r-corded in l'lat Bloolt SS, al pagi 50, of th. p 'bile records of Dade County, Florida; and you are required t., file your answer witth the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dade County, Florida at the Courthouse in Miami. Florida, ,,n oi before Mil} "•. ISO, and to a popv of such answer upon MYERS, HEIMAN. KAPLAN CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorneys, who-.addrea*. is Eleven-Fifty Ihillding. 1150 8.W First Street, Miami ;16. Florida, on or In for.said date, as required by th, laws of Horida. If you tall to do so. the complaint will he taken as confessed by you and a l'e. r.-.Pro Con fesso wiii l ntered against you for th.relief demanded in the complaint. DATED this Srd day of April. 19ii::. E. H LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By: K. M. I.YMAN Deput] Clerk Myers, Heiman. Kaplan It Catsman Eleven-Fifty liulldlng ll.-.O 8. W. First Street Miami 86. Florlds i %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undesigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MARION DISTHllirTOKS at ISIS NW ICTth st Miami t, Florida. Intend to regrlater aald name with the cl.rk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Sole Owners MASS DISTRIBUTORS. INC. RONNIE-JACK, INC, 4 a. IS, 17. N IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. S3C 3288 WEI.THA GIBSON, I'laintiff, \ s. CECIL QIBSON, I lefelldant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CECIL 0IB8ON Residence unknown YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and YOU ARE HBRERY REQUIRED to serve a copy Of your Answer to the Hill of Coin plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, REN ESSEN, ESQ., mil Baybold liulldlng, Miami SS. Horida, and file the original answer in the office ol the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or before April 30th, ISdS, In default of I, ihi Hill of Complaint "ill be taken as fessed against >.>u. DATED March 2 oked GEORGE T CLARK Countv Judee iu Mill: \ C. I ICK, Clei k Flrsl p'ubllcHtlon of tinnotl< • on ih, jviii rtai of Man h HENIO M v< \l I /KIN At ton Mncoli Fla :



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Page 12-B +Jewi$ti fleridff^r Friday, April 12. }\>Jj Students of the intermediate and advanced groups of the Ulpan Hebrew classes sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education meet at Beth Israel Congregation under the direction of Herbert Zvi Berger, associate director of the Bureau. Other faculty members are Sholom Epelbaum and Meyer Samberg. Seated (left to right) are Pearl Dawidoff, Miriam Schillers, Miriam Wolfman, Fabien Lauer, Morris Victor, S. I. Rimson, Saul Finkelstein, Jacob Harrison, Fried Klein, Joshua Klein. Standing are Nechama Yanich, Betty Gold, Ella Klebanow, Max Gordon, Rachel Drucker, Nettie Stolper, Hyman Rubenstein, Zvi Berger, Sholom Epelbaum, Azriel Allen, Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun, Michael Atzmoni, Shalom Silberman, Flora Harrison and Mortimer May. Not shown are Cantor Saul Breeh, Jacob Chirinsky, Mr. and Mrs. Abba Abend, Edmond Willner, Devorah Frey, Hanah Berger, Sue Hermon and Samuel Himmel, and the Elementary Ulpan taught by Meyer Samberg. Sossin to Attend Men's CIKB Meet Michael Sossin. president of Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood, will represent the Miami Beach congregation at the 34th annual convention of the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs. The conclave, scheduled for Apr. 28 to May 1. at the Concord Hotel in Kiamesha. N.Y.. will be the fir.-t at which Temple Emanu-El is represented. The Brotherhood aftihated earlier this year with the National Federation, which represents Conservative movement Men's Clubs throughout the United States and Canada. A trustee and past president of •he Miami Beach Lodge of B nai B'rith. Sossin is president of the Humane Society of Greater Miami. He was recently elected secretary of the Florida State Council of Senior Citizens. Goodwill Donor luncheon Donor luncheon of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami i, slal ed for Thursday noon. Apr. 18. a' the Biscayne Terrace Hotel President of the group is Mrs Cat rie Hoffman. %  •' :< JMJi • '* %  ^SL^J^pj p^K ^9^£k EwI^^^Hi^^ $' %  --V %  *mff%&**-~f <3t* iM. jig lirt^--, %  J 7 jflNfc i*"*B£r ^^^ %  ^P^^ ^ 1 m %  km %  I ^H %  V^" m LHT^LH B* ~' \k %  ^H Two incoming YMHA branch presidents clasp hands in congratulations offered by A. Budd Cutler (right, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, at an installation dinner dance Sunday night in Miami Springs Villas.The two presidents installed were Herschel Rosenihal (left), Miami Branch, and Donald Reiff (center), North County Branch. Rowen to Head No. Shore Lodge E. Alfred Rowen. 2J75 North ;..\ Rd.. has been elected prcM lent of the North Shore Lodge B'm i B'rith. A past president of the Josiah u Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Pittsburg, Pa.. Rowen served as presi lent of the Pittsburgh, Pa.. Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Installation banquet is to be held Sunday, Apr. 21. at the Carillon Hotel. Mayor Robert King High, >f Miami, will be principal speaker, and Judge Milton Friedman A ill be installing officer. Incoming vice presidents are Jack Burstein, Morris Roth. Sam Greenfield, and Irvine C. Spear; .haplain. Seymour Tyson; parliamentarian, Milton Mannhcimer; Treasurer, Abe Tunick; recording rt-cretary, Richard Bergman; corresponding secretary. Max Kriloff; financial secretary, Sam Miller; guardian. Max Thorner; and warden. Morris Lunch. Chairman of the arrangements committee is Morris Rossein, with Morris Urist and Richard Bergnan serving as co-chairmen. .:,-<:. % f. ALFRtD ROWtN Zamora Ladies' Donor Luncheon Annual donor luncheon of Temple Zamora Sisterhood is schedulfor Sunday. Apr 2' a' le Hotel. Entertainment for the after AIII ii; %  oup of i iael Warren Zund ly as ,[•]' %  Shoyne The In [i c will %  %  npanu (I en li r 0} Ij le !' %  Chairmen ot the afJ Mrs. Dorothy Greenberg and lira 0* Smukler. ITALIAN CUISINE OPEN YEAR ROUND COCKTAILS Phono FR 9-3898 1300 N.W. 7th Ave. Est. 1939 Your Host Chos. J. ValantiMaitro D'Hotel Chat. Reynard Beach Hadassah | Lists Programs Miami Beach Chapter of Hadass' ah recently celebrated the 15th hirthdav of the State of Israel he | fore a gathering of 900 guests, each purchasing a Bond. The event coincided with the 51st birthday of Hadassah. and was held at the Doral Beach Hotel Program included Miss Tova 1 Porat. Israel's leading song stylist. and Hon. David M. Sassoon. of the Israeli Embassy in Washington. Following groups were to meet this weekr Southgate Group — Thursday evening, Apr. 11, 7:30 p.m... in the Terrace Room of Southgate. The 'film. "Me Ami." and a special Passover program vpre to be pre i scnted. • Emma Lazarus Group—Regular business meeting on Thursday, Apr. 11, at noon, at the Washing| ton Federal Bldg.. Normandy [sle. Passover program was to be pre1 sented. Wacks Seeks to Retain His Seat Councilman M. J. "Mike" Wacks is seeking reeelection in the North Miami Beach campaign. A ten-' year resident of the city, he is a veteran of World War II. Wacks is also charter member; and past commander of Post 682 of the Jewish War Veterans and charter member of the Knights of Pythias 195. He points to these achievements as part of his record: "New city hall and civic auditorium, two swimming pools, enlarging of the 19th Ave. bridge, beautiiication and whiteway lightins. storm drainage, paving of city streets, new fire and police equipment, public library. am| lax decrease ever) year tor the pasl five years." Wacks is :> member of Beth Torah Congregation for the past ten years, and ;iln belongs to North Dade Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Fair Scheduled At Temple Israel In conjunction with the nation:, rally against mental Illness, ihi Mental Health Society of Great) Miami will hold its loth annual Mental Health Fair on Wedi May 1. at Temple Israel Registration for the all-da) ses sion, scheduled from 9:15 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.. will begin at 8:30 am Mrs. Robert C. Hector and Mr> Theodore Parsons are chairing the program. Topics to be discussed by leading psychiatrists, psychologists, doctors and judges include V riage," "Adolescence." "Loneliness." "Alcoholism," "Senior Citizens," and "Sex Education." Members of Temple Israel Sis terhood will be in charge of a snack bar in the Exhibit Hall throughout the entire day "It is anticipated," according tc Mrs Leon Adler. board mem ber of the Society, "that attend ance at the Fair this year will ex ceed last year's figure of 5,000." MIAMI BEACH El C0RTEZWSTAURAN1 %  imr I • %  It 1 I %  CltHlif (ClMtS MonlliS'r Park Awe. at 23rd St. Miami Beach JE 1-9335 For Your Favorite Drink Visit The La Cant in* Lounae Young Pianist To be Heard Debby Jacobson, talented nine year old pianist, will give a recital in Surlside Town Hall on Sunday. Apr. 21, at 3 p.m. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Jacobson. Debby has been studying with Miss Estelle Pappas and will feature Beethoven's Sonata, Opus 49. and selections form "The Nutcracker Suite," by Tschaikowsky. In addition to her musical interests, Debby attends Temple Menorah Religious School and maintains a_ high scholastic rating at Bay Harbor Elementary School. Victor Bidone's 1045 9 5th St. Bay Korbor Island .acre tiejanct in Dinini is A Trodit


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, Page 8-B *•„ *r # nhrirtistn Friday. April 12. 1363 WOMAN OF THE WEEK Shirley (Mrs. Milton) Levir.son didn't like scales or piano lessons when .-he was a little girl, but she did like the piano. She learned to play by herself, able to iigure out the most difficult music. She upset her brother, who was taking lessons, by being able to read and play all of his pieces of music the minute he got them. In the small town of northern Michigan where she was born and raised she was active in sports. She liked the winters for the ice skating and tobogganing. In summer it was tennis and golf. At sixteen, she was graduated from a pri-1 vate girls high school. Arriving in Chicago to visit relatives, she took a course in banking. Telling a little white lie about her age. she accepted a job as a bookkeeper in the old Southside Trust and Savings Bank. At the time, there were no women tellers, and Shirley became the first. Next, she was promot-, ed assistant to the vice president. It was at this time she met Milton, who was a customer at the bank. How nice to work in a bunk and be able to know all about your future husbands assets! They were married and came to Florida on their honeymoon. They hoped to come bach some day, so when Milton retired, they returned in July of 1954. By September, they were already building their own home in' SHIDLCY Surf side. Back in Chicago, Shirley headed the U.S.O. Canteen during the war and had been active in her community. It was natural that she %  should join in community affairs here as vice president of Bay Division of National Council of Jewish Women, she also did a fine job of teach-; ing mah jong and canasta for their "Hobby Huddles." She belongs to the Civic Association of Surfside and is on the library board. Presently she is president of the Women's Division, Chamber of Commerce of Surfside. Bal Harbour, and Bay Harbor Islands. Shirley is glad that her husband retired while he is young enough for them both to enjoy life. They travel, dance, swim, play bridge—in fact do all the things that people intend to do but never get around to doing. Since all of their traveling has been in the United States and Canada, they have decided that Israel is next on the agenda. No one ever needs to say to them, "It's later than you think." They're enjoying themselves, now. IT WAS A LOVELY LUNCHEON The tables at the Algiers Hotel were in pink and yellow the day that Blanche (Mrs. Louis) Friedman entertained at luncheon. Florence (Mrs. Louis) Wolfson and her sister, Hazel (Mrs. Sol) Wolfson, of Jacksonville, who is also her sister-in-law, because they are married to two brothers, were in yellow and pink linen dresses that matched •.he decor. Mrs. Friedman's daughter, Eleanor (Mrs. Gus) Feuer, and granddaughter, Lois, as well as two other Feuers, Mrs. Marshal Feuer and Mrs. Clarence Feuer, were in attendance. Among guests were Mrs. Izzy Hecht, Mrs. Jenny Monsky, Mrs. Anne Anchel. Mrs. Max Iralson. Mrs. Arnold Dortelbaum, Mrs. May Kurtz. Mrs. Dan Ruskin. and Mrs. Chester Krone. Mrs. Helene Rice, a former resident of Miami Beach, is here visiting from Chicago, as well as Mrs. Irene Dreyer. also from Chicago, who never misses a winter visit to Miami Beach. TWO SUNDAYS IN A ROW The scent of the new-mown grass brought r.ostaligic memories to the guests who were gathered in the lovely backyard of the Jack Ferdies. who were entertaining at a cocktail party in honor of their son, Ainslee. whose marriage to Roslyn Frost took place last Sunday. Live geraniums made a vivid splash of color. It was strange to see them growing and not on a kitchen window sill. On the bar, were bottles of Ainslee's Royal Edinburgh. Everyone kept asking Ainslee if the distillery really belonged to him. The strolling minstrels played, and the guests strolled around too. Some of them were Mr. and Mrs Lou Deutsch. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grossman. Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Mandel. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schrieber. Mr. and Mrs. George Persandi, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Battisti, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Levitt, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Estheminon, Jr., Mrs. Nancy Foote. Irving Frost, Mr. and Mrs. John Lustgarten. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Finklor. Ainslee's brother, Ronald, who is here from Huntsville. Ala., has just signed a contract with Prentice Hall Company for his new book, "Origin of Life in Other Worlds." • • SIXTY AND ONE Last year, Inez Krensky had a big shindig for her father and mother, Nat and Rose Messe, celebrating their" 60th anniversary. This year, she had a little shindig, just family, in-laws, cousins and such. At that, there were thirty of them at brunch at the Algiers Hotel. An old fashioned car, with a 61 on it, whirling around, playing "Happy Anniversary," was the centerpiece. Among the guests, in addition to the five great grandchildren, were Mrs. Fanny Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Astrofsky, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lieberman. The three Krenskys, Herbert. Marilyn (Mrs. Harry) Smith, and Judy (Mrs. Tom) Gerard, did the entertaining. The girls sang, and Herb accompanied them on his guitar. + A BLAST. NO SAND Quite a party over at Pat and Marty Fine's. It was in honor ot Pat's father, Ed Poison's 65 birthday, and her mother, Freda, whose age is like Jack Benny's, 39. Everything was in yellow and white but the band. There was also a cake in honor of Claire and Art Rosichan, whose celebration of their 25lh wedding" anniversary seems to go on and on. Among the guests were Ethel and Alvin Cassel and Esther and Si Mendelson" Philip Thau, who was with his wife Zelda, had lived in Mexico with Ed Poison before they were both married. They told some tall tales under cover of the music. They had been partners and sold Overland automobiles in Mexico way back in 1923. Harriet Rifas, Dr. Rosendorf Exchange Vows Doral Country Club was the site nl the candlelight ceremony uniting Harriet Rifas and Dr. Leonard Rosendorf on Sunday evening. Apr. 7. Following a honeymoon in the Virgin Islands, the newlyweds will live at 51 Edgewater Dr., Coral Gables. For the nuptials, the bride wore a gown of bouquet taffeta and reembroidered alencon lace. The bodice featured a portrait -neckline and Dior-length sleeves of lace, and the bell-shaped skirt was draped to the back and held with loops of the taffeta and a self rose. The bouffant veil fell from a matching crown of lace and pearls, and she carried l'ly-of< the-valley and white orchids on her great-grandmother's Bible. Maid of honor was Miss Barbara Rosendorf, the bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Harold Rifas was matron of honor. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David R. Rifas. 4635 Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables, the new Mrs. Rosendorf, a graduate of Vanderbilt University, is now attending the University of Miami Law School, where she is a candidate for Law Review. Her sorority is Alpha Epsilon Phi. Now a resident in radiology at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Dr. Rosendorf is a graduate of Brooklyn College, attended Columbia University Graduate School, and MRS. LEONARD ROStNDORf then received a degree from Albert Einstein Medical School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rosendorf. Brooklyn, NY. Best man to the bridegroom was Harold Rifas, the bride's brother. Dr. Donald Glucksman and Dr. Eugene Bloom were ushers. Miss Dubler Now Mrs. Joel Mish Wed in the Sky Room of the Dupont Plaza Hotel, the former Judith Ann Dubler became the bride ol Joel Ronald Mish on Saturday $fc*f '* 3*W evening, Apr. 6. Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiated at the nuptials. Following a honeymoon in Nassau, the new Mr. and Mrs Mish will live in Hollywood. Fla. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dubler, 2205 SW 7th Ave. She attended the University of Florida, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mish, ol Clifton Heights, Pa., the bridegroom attended Temple University and graduated from Pennsylvania Military College. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. Attendants at the ceremony were Andrea Mish and Karlin Mish. maids of honor; Albert Mish, best man: and Stephen Toback, Martin Ralsky. Jeffrey Dubler, David Dubler and Richard Molans. groomsmen. MRS. StlWYN MFIMfMtn Miss Davis Weds Selwyn Weiniraub An intimate familj early Sunday n • ng, A] 7, united Mi-s Charlotte D. i Selwyn G. Weintraub. The moral Hotel was \tu -ite Ol the nuptials and a r< pptiofl in<


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Lay. A pn' 12. 1963 vJewisli Mrrirfirw Page 13-B at tory. ft. B |so dies the clarinet and %  Mr. ami VIrs. Arthur Levy will .: i reception in their home in. inorot their son following the (rninj 11 n mony. Alan Tapter lAlan. son <>i Mr. and Mrs. David }pfer, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Apr. 13, at Uple Emanu-El, with Dr. Irv|g Lehrman nfliciating. seventh grade student at Ida heldon Kays ete Son Richard Grand Ballroom of the Westrooke Country Club was the site the Bar Mitzvah celebration en by Mr and Mrs. Sheldon ly for their son, Richard. Kay president oi the club. ^ cocktail party preceded the "• ir set a simulated outdoor iden within the ballroom. A built in the shape 13 stain leading to a Bible, and ring tin candlelighting ccre)', the Kays sang "Little Boy Mine" to the celebrant. Enjoying the festivities were iharcN grandparents, Mr. and I Morris Fox, his brother Howli a student at the University of riia, and prospective Bar Mitt. brother Kevin 12. %  of touu guests were Shells brother, Jules, and his wife, tie, and sister, Lottie Feinberg. Hortie Wiminitz, long-time d of Mrs. Kay, and a cousin v "s, Jay Edelman, business n from the Virgin Islands. cables Elects S*y Mayor •• Murphy was elected Mayor ^ral Gables in that city's elec' Tuesday. Murphy received votes to 2,253 for his opponCi, y Commissioner Jerry iihn 1 ,he com mission were ^".PWUips, Jr., who garnered Be; George Wilson, 1,864; w L1'hilbrick, 1,852. Phila "d Wilson will serve four f 1 and 1'hilbrick two years. ^ mayor's post is a two-year other seven Gables candin\r eri A1 Jacobson, 1,655; Dr. *"n Kvans, incumbent, 1,439; lnn n """'"house, 886; James Tal'rt n' L nar,es Seamon, 705; iSaa' 366; and clifford M. Fisher Junior High, Alan is a member of Boy Scout Troop 65, and has just been awarded the Scout's Ner Tamid Religious award, which Dr. Lehrman will present to him during the Bar Mitzvah ceremony. Other interests include science, swimming, music and coin collecting, A luncheon at the F.mbassy Restaurant, in honor of the celebrant, will follow services. Jordan Baum Saturday morning services, Apr. 13, .a Temple Judea, conducted by bi Mordecai Podet, will include Bar Mitzvah ui .Ionian David Baum. Jordan is a seventh grade stu dent at Ponce df Leon Junior High, play.piano and is active in swimming and track. Dr. and Mrs. George Baum. f.uo Altara Ave., Coral Cables, will honor their son at the Kiddush. • • • Bruce Ross Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross, became Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Apr. 6, conducted by Rabbi Morton Shalowitz at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. A student at North Miami Junior High, the celebrant has been attending the Popiel Religious School for several years. A Kiddush reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah was hosted by his parents following the services. • Steven Aissen On Saturday afternoon, Apr. 6, at 5 p.m., Steven Aissen observed his Bar Mitzvah at Tern pie Zion. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. A sixth grade student at Ever glades Elementary, the celebrant plans to continue his studies in the Temple Zion confirmation class. Son of Mr and Mrs. Anatole Aissen, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Aissen and Mrs. Mary Seaton. Steven was honored at the Shaloua Seudos following the ceremony. • • Ann Lampert Ann, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Lampert. became Bas Mitzvah at Beth Emeth Congregation during late Friday evening services, Apr. 5, conducted by Rabbi Simon April. The celebrant attends North Miami Junior High and the Beth Emeth Hebrew School. Her parents honored her at the Oneg Shabbat following the ceremony Friday evening and at a reception on Sunday at home. • • • Colman Perez Colman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perez, 2792 SW 34th Ct., became Bar Mitzvah at Israelite Center on Saturday arternoon, Apr. 6, 5:30 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiated. The celebrant is a student at Dade Demonstration and at the Center's Religious School. Shalous Seudos in the social hall followed the ceremony. It was a double honor for 12year-old Marcia Fekl in the National Federation of Music Clubs annual Piano and Strings Festival held the weekend ol Mar. ft al Musicians Club in Coral Gables. Of the 260 participants enrolled. Mania was the only one to enter in the piano and violin divisions, and receive a superior rating in both. The musician is the younger sister of Janice Feld. 16, who has been winning awards and performing on the piano for the past five years. Latest was a second place award for compositon in a contest sponsored by Mayor Kenneth Oka, of Miami Beach, for the Miami All Youth Symphony. Daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Max [ P. Feld, 5120 SW 87th Ave., both girls study piano with Cyrus Ullian. of Ft. Laudcrdale. Marcia's violin teacher is Arthur Bodger, of the violin section of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, and director of the West Miami Junior High School Orchestra. Dancing and entertainment will be featured at the night club party given by the B'nai B'rith Social Singles on Saturday night at the Casablanca Hotel. The club, uow, celebrating its seventh year, of ters a variety of programs to its members. Elmer Rice Play At Temple Israel Temple Israel Players will present "Counsellor-at-Law," by Elmer Dice, on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Apr. 27. 28 and 211. in the • Wolfson Auditorium oi the Temple. Curtain time is 8:40 p.m. The part oi George Simon, played originally by Paul Muni, is being taken by Joe Gardner. Other members of the cast are Mrs. Lariv Hoffman, Mrs. Sam Bosch. Mrs. Joseph Bulbin, Ira Mogul. Michael [senberg, Harris Klein and Robert Saltman. Directed by Dorothy Portnoy, scenery, lighting and costuming for the production are being handled by Temple members. Adath Yeshiurisn In Camp Plans Temple Adath Yeshurun announces the opening of Camp Simchah as a full-time summer day camp. Expansion of the camp was made from a half-day nursery program to a full day camp, including half-day nursery, "to meet the needs of the growing North Dade community," Adath Yeshurun officials said. Camp Simchah will be operating I from the fully air-conditioned building and fenced-in grounds of the Temple at 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Dr., from June 24 through Aug. 16. Arts ann cratts, swimming, sports, field trips and special events are but a few of the activities in which campers from ages 3 to 13 will participate. Under the direction of Martin Knobel, member oi the faculty at Norland Junior High School, the cam]) will include a select staff of teachers, counselors and specialty instructors. Unusual Book Appears Here "The Great Masters Coloring Book." published by Planners PxttfS Cu. of >V.-. York.City, is Oie work of Arynne Abels Bermont originated the idea for the book by bringing together a collection of sepia reproductions of famous paintings from the National Gallery of Art in Washington On the following page, a large outline of the subject of the paintirg appears which may be colored with crayons or water colors. Local representative for the unusual book is Mrs. Milton Wciner 3020 SW 4th Ave., Miami. CONTINENTAL "^rT CATERERS 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Wish All Their Friends and Patrons a Happy and Kosher Pesach Gilt Floral Arrangement Community affairs committee of Beth Am Temple Sisterhood, chaired by Mrs. Jack Freeman. was to sponsor a party at the Ken dall Home for the Aged this Thursday. Each guest was to receive an original floral arrangement made by Mrs. Eli Gersten. CRYSTAL ROOM LOMBARDY HOTEL DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Under Strict R.ibbi"ic.il Supervision. Mashgiach on Premises. Coterin; in ihe Crystal Room or Place el Your Choice SAND-ELL STRICTLY KOSHER 1ATKKKRS UN 6-6226 Beth Am Slates Games Session Games will follow a brief business meeting of Temple Beth Am Sisterhood to be held Wednesday noon in the adult education room of the new school building. On Sunday, Apr. 21, the Sisterhood donor affair will include dinner and the show, "Mary, Mary." at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Chairmen are Mrs. Theodore Marks and Mrs. Sam Fox. Mrs. Byron Cherkas is Sisterhood president. He Promises To Aid Seniors • I will endeavor to represent out city in an honest, efficient and business-like form of government." says Sal Battaglia. candidate for City Council. Group 3. in elections scheduled for Tuesday. Past president of Noad Developers, and Main Utilities. Battaglia will propose that the City Council "appoint a permanent Senior Citizens Advisory Committee to report its findings and recommendations to the Council." i p % % p % % P r % % r i % p i % p p % i % % P P P ONE Of THE WORLDS FINEST EATING PLACES a THAT YOU CAN GET A COMPLETE DIDJANOWE LUNCHEON .... From 75c DINNER F rom $3.25 (Monday Thru Friday Only) SNACKS F rom 55c Be sure to fry our excellent Pastries and fees. FREE VALET PARKING AT F E jARDIN SUISSE R&'NEY PlAZft HOTEL, 23rd Street and Collins Avenue '-. on the Ocean *'Miami Beacb The Royal Hungarian "-Restaurant 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 NOW BOOKING FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS — CATERING FOR BAR MITZVAKS & WEDDINGS Make your reservations now for Mother's Day Passover Celebration Friday David Pinski Folk School will hold a Passover celebration on Friday at the Farband Center, 842 Washington Ave. Louis Lasavin. on the faculty of the school, will speak on "The Significance of Passover." AA/VVMVVVVVMVW^r^^^VAAAr>AAAMAAAAAr>AAA 1 KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVENUE ."CE? W3 Phone JE 2-1671 Serving Passover Meals During Entire Week MASHGIACH OH PKMIStS A^VMWVVVVVVVVV^^P^^^V***p**P^ipS*P>Ar>*P>**P>**>***'>*'V* Awards to be Presented Mrs. Flora Sinick, president, B'nai B'rith Women. Chai Chapter, will present awards to officers and board members at the Tuesday evening meeting to be held at the Deauville Hotel. TRADITIONAL FRIDAY \ITi: in\M:it :i.95 COMPLIMENTARY WINE Dinner Music By Ray Paul 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Ph. MIAMI: Wilson 5-4942 or HOLLYWOOD WAbash 3-4631 MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant CAUKIHG fOK ALL OCCASIOHS IAI MITIVAHS OUK SMCIALTt 9407 1st STREET UN 6-6043 NORMANOY ISII i".'**". %  *• 5*ST. T 7AM fr/0*M.1 J7L FR 4-2655 Original itnifmann Cafetvria SERVING THE FINEST IN BREAKFAST LUNCH & DINNER OPEN ALL YEAR 1450 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JE 1-0357 JE 1-9385


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Prx 4-B +Jemicrz.ch is r_lrers _--£ ^e %  •—•-. ;: tie .^.aierxar. 7ecr_p_cr: Society. Scs-rr. wir. Mrs .*e-.r;e Gross-tre: :e-er w--p -cstec tr.e cccriul %  •• *—s~. s Z-tT~-s.tr. eve:.: a r_er .* -yrre are ~.ert Mrs, ^ •••'.: *• F Tr^r. pr^-s.-er.: ~:z Mrs Zs~,ir.s.'; iLnecer r'-rtk speaker c: v % arerr-c^a. Mrs. Grp&s.-re: r::ep'_s a Scroll o* Hcacr Technion Women Hear Latest Report; 70 New Members Added to Roster ir!. Adm aacher -II.-.••-. ar -:•:.' -.-<.: %  \ %  !-•: .*• -1-' : aes K the %  •:;:;~ ~ -".*? : "%  %  art ..". '"-r — :.": • ciooj re* tie surrrr.e: procrprr; z: Young Matrons for CIA Mrs ie-e-P-r* SuTeravcr; .= cienrman of the group, whk pl-ar-r.ee z program to bring trie Federation story to ever.port :: 3:e-rter Micrr_ lirsugr. r ser.es of coffees, swiro. -p.pes PPP /_r.czecas T T *y -.-: M -. .-. •oaten at 'In supporting Tecbtuor. help to build I -t-cm of science i area npoo which Israel $ -*!;. heavily and • hose ad-.aneement is so dearly Laked to Israel • she contumed Of the 70 new member* who signed up. nine were life mew r-er=. r was announced by Mrs Phihp F Than, president. She f-rpiajned that, i.ihke most orajmatmtmu %  -> Women's Division of the American Technion Society does not engage in fund-raisacg/ Mrs. Jennie Gro-ssinger, noted I woman, civic leader and philanthropist, was host to the TeefcariM groan As a founder. she was awarded a Scroll of HemForum to Meet Friday Evening T'" Town Hali Forj.-r. pn % Die" on Fridaj • || |kc -Ai-.-va d Loan A 123* Washington Ave. Participating were Dr. Harry E V. H y Schumachard J Lanta and N'elan Sweet, president, Miami Beach Eir Assn Chaim Rose is president of the >nization. T ifjaoed : • test's Cha: the past three M.aca! portion of the progra-r jred the team of Sa.-i.-. a.-.d Haras Fershko. .;-: sieger and pianist-com poser. • ere victims of Hitienaz %  UucJIj ..-. a concentration camp. They sorsiied despue loss of limbs, axd • on to successful careers 'm the coccen world, appearxg twice on the Ed Sullivan Show, and in recitals in Canada. Mex.co anc E-.rope. At the recent national cocver. tion of the Technion Women's DiM ir. Philadelphia. >Ir. Trudy Hamerschlag was named natienal membership chairman, and cited for the UfhM chapter enrollment m the United States in the large city categories. i .'...,-: %  %  %  %  %  z I-.. %  %  %  "Cctta -e i~ kso-a dMtg %  .:' "r f: :: • %  Ike 57 CJA arouad I %  Flagier Names Camp Director Flagier irasada •aWMBeed plar.5 •: :p-e.-i- a %  %  pr-.zr;;mmer. App->.r.tment *a; made this werk .:' %  n Marcia Levin adirector Mr ; Leva • camping experience iMfain awHSama M WMC •--director at the Flagier Center the past year, chairman of the Zionist Yowrh Commission in Da. las. Tex leisure time progri.T. leader in Fall River. Mass, anas sistant to the director of a cav eanap m Bethlehem. Pa. She %  1M seized in many capacities as both leader and director m various other youth activities. Assisting Mrs. Levin in the camp program will be M Elayne Cohen, teacher tin Flagier NuiMlj School. ar>j Chic" E .--truetor a: Fii^.er km yearU *-.. %  .I Flagier • Granada s S %  %  t t Caara will bt lot ..-.....-•ri ing %  --. 3 to 12. Preschool children may attend on either a full day or a %  he given only with parent -er.t Bible Circle Meelmt, Meeting of the Bib!e Circle, which reads and comments on the Bible in English translation, is scheduled for Tuesday evening at Temple Judea. For Very Special Occasions, TMC ,, : i. 'omat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club youn exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners' Csterine facilities for groups of 100-300 available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For re$ervationM, call FR 1-0781 in Miami, or WA S-illl in HOlyvood HOLLVWOOD-BY-TME-SEA n %  mi* the er\ 0 cc superb sen ice incomparable facilities .*> PRIVATE PARTIES %  A.NOUETI WEDDINGS • LINCHEONS NiEETINGS. COCKTML PARTIES !.:• .;-.:; --". --.cae be aaadc e\i ^'Se for ar.y ax.il t -.-. zi--l •-- pharih rew Bapta rite £ JTT. Roc a: Hi rt-p: best* All ;•:.: cccas :cs *.„ be rnernorabte or*a r


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—— Puijs 12-A *J(ist nurkUcHi Friday. April 12, 1963 Israel Bonds Names New Chairmen MBS. ANNA BKtNNIK MEYERS Continued from Page 1-A co-chairman for Israel Bonds in 1962. and has been active in many other important civic efforts. He was chairman of the "Over the Top" campaign for the United Jewish Appeal in 1962. and cochairman of the Initial Gifts Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. A member of the board of Temple Menorah, he is active in numerous religious causes, and has been a leader on behalf of the Hebrew Academy. In taking over the helm of the Women's Division. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers returns to a post she held in 1956-57. Widely known as the ""dean of women lawyers in the South." Mrs. Meyers has won distinction in her professionan* recognition for her many contributions to the civic and humanitarian efforts here. Among her many honors, Mrs. Meyers was the first Miami woman to be awarded the coveted Woman of Valor Award, presented for extraordinary service to Israel through the Israel Bond Organization. She is a national vice president of the Women's Division of the American Friends of 'he Hebrew University and is a former national vice president of UOHAKD ROSEN NAACP Declares Anti-Semitism Contained Continued from Pege 1-A goatism. They listen to and repeat the pet phrases of the antiSemites among them and among seme non-Jews with whom they come into contact." "Anti-Semitism is not widespread among Negroes nor is it nourished and passed on as a working creed. It is not virulent and exists among relatively few Negroes. If this were not so, and if actual hatred of whites were not similarity limited, the Black Muslims would have millions of followers instead of thousands," he continued. Wilkins agreed with the concern expressed by the Jewish community and others about the extreme statements espoused by the Black Muslims movement. He praised the efforts of the organized Jew| In Dode & Breword *S. Counties, nearly 7 EVERYONE m buys their awards from: HALPERT'S TROPHIES "Largest in the South" PAN AMERICAN BANK BIDG. Ph. 377-2353 ish community and many individual Jewish leaders for aiding the cause of the Negro in his fight for civil rights. "Certainly, since Negro citizens began an organized effort to secure their constitutional rights as Americans and to campaign for the elimination of bigotry and prejudice, they have had the sympathetic and very active assistance of Jews." Wilkins mentioned several Jewish lay and rabbinic leaders who helped organize the NAACP. and many others who are today active in the organization and as its legal counselors. He particularly cited the assistance of the Jewish community in the "very sensitive and difficult field of housing," where he said the Jews themselves had suffered some disabilities, adding that "Jews have helped the Negro in his fight to escape from the ghetto." Negro-Jewish relations also were involved in a charge by Adam C. Powell. New York Democrat, who recently demanded that white leadership be eliminated from Bible Circle Meeting Meeting of the Bible Circle, which reads and comments on the Bible in English translation, is scheduled for Tuesday evening at Temple Judea. the NAACP. that the New York Times was opposed to his views. The Congressman, in an interview on WNEW. a New York radio station, said the Times opinion was "a white man's opinion" and added that it was "unforunate" that the Times was "biased when I it's owned and operated by a min ority group." He elaborated on \ his statement later by saying "I doubt whether the editors of the JTimes even go to their synagogues." 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Page 1 legist HcrkMar Friday. April 12. 1%3 le -: r.cr—= %  --—. GcJe, exec-urre drrector a the Grea?e V-. -T— "•ew-.sr, -. r Center Herbert Essev Hor CcunYMHA :or: member 3?-CCC Prescder.A Sudd^C-rle: Trr~-.r.—--.::. : r-er.r_c: tee 3:e-rte: Mcrm; Jewish FecierrLcd Amcc: : r.^: cre-r.es per :.:ctz3 m —e preSeaior Citizens to Install Mr? :•>: i_ etea the M • itJOC Of ^ %  .-. %  i • : • •-'• Count; Coetnuskaorer rdon %  jt m charge of :tx>o Beach Orchestra Plays Sunday Favors Restoring Confidence r %  --: •'.''•....-;Loweff 3 I iPat nek. running for -ncil J-roap 5 ii Tue.': -ion. fjdesce %  oeersraest D; %  rj issue A sfao er tile %  .... I 1 %  :' •-. | .. M.I %  the rrcrand ending v.tk* Tschaiko-jeo and Jul-,er works V. e Vanations. Cbacotme an: Delio Joio: the Scherzo March. by Prok,f:ti: tad Nocturnes. N-za*"' and I^ebuiij-. Orchestra Miami tator | Music and Arts League Concert Bassa -:nolar>lBp cor.c rt -pot --. • M.<~ Bests BaSk .' Lesps* •* %  e £**" or. Sctor ii evemr-g. Apr Zt at the ^ %  f geder the management of a>^* BMSU. founder of the Artists bo wiii appear are Hilda v i TurkMB contralto, aecomLotus Sptelmar.. L.r.dsey Bergen teaor. Juan Marcada L.= .American roitanst. Florence Kvrsen pianist: Carol Dorm enm soprano, who won the 19 Metropob'-ae Opera auditions: and afcem. young Chi votei* and protege of Fsl ^r: who will be accotr.: Sasdlin. student of the A Miami School of %  otz tTt Louis Siege! aai Esther Barrett bo -:-• be ..'; = '" for Mtss Door and Bergen A non-profit orgatui : -%  m preseat a llass-Zu :• %  aaa-Zaea I %  the colic Mi Br ut sent bin. pom Pei> to i! Cl; son Mr? put er ed U'S: filth Sout: roenl Cliff' id T; H tell iin fm tut Roy Peirv. pres:der.*. of Goodwill Irdustries, cites Ar:r. %J^ r .%  Euster babahoH of tl-.e Warid Corr_-r.:nee oErr.p.cy-.e: e Hondicspoed cs luilialiniirrl ValaaiMl Worker of 1962 T-e Mark A.*Li~r.: ?.:err.or:=: Award ~^es E'^s'.er :r: | ::r= bl cro~c::^r e-cicv-er.: cf tie r.Tnd:r-3;r.e; r. :< er p-~u c:*!r.e wo:i: cr.d :c: z^ deve.cp-er: of exz^y ~. IK,ilium with Br.;; B "."-"md '-".e '.'Z'.ZZT. .r. dM -: -r.e r.andicapec. Youth Activties At Beth Am %  %  y -. %  L I I %  -..-...-. -* ere Jack Bi-~ p: M %  •ector o: I a Of Te* | Y rd 3c*::.-• r Sth grade 7 MenL• abooacr, the AZ'. which ~ la Jwtnli Rabbi Herbert M B Bar h ^ro-jp I t Beethoven's Nirth To be Performe< Ch Be '• -econd '.< 1 Si arHi ha! tgis) 1 sk is Cli lys lire L has4 tsi It* uti d tc r-'e.vyr. Dougku retuma as the s::eer. to : 0 HOB Robert Ryan Petes J=r.d die -**Brittsii film d:scover.Terer.re Sknaf io e t-t.e role ol "re Her— r.r. Meivule class:: Billy rued Florida Attorney General Richard Ervin and Mrs. Ervin '*ecied left; study menu at Victor Bidone's De Continental Restaurant here "71^ receive advice on what to choose from Mrs. Bidome 'standing Seated (right are Mr. and Mrs. George T-ig 'nt. of the Florida Arts Commission. Mr. and Mis Bidone recently presented a pointing. "Calm Seas." to the State of Florida, which will hang in the Capitol at Tallahas CAPE CANAVERAL FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 3585, Cocoa, Florida 4 y fV PER ANNUM 2 % % % %  _. -.vAtSMAu Giua m: MM AccMrvti imi9tt4 bj ft4*twl S*ri*ft mad Lamm .'iwrMCt Ctp—: Judaeans Meet In Coral Gables ,'.:iir.;. netly-organ::ed coed Your.g Jjdaea Club ; 1r 1 > tar-olds, meets every Monday 1 to 8 p.m.. at Temple Zarr. Programs to date have K •i report? by members on life ir. I-raei. historical background of •he establishment of the State of : LktseL f.'.m strips and I>ra>:ii rec3Td5. At present, plans are under uay for a third Seder to be held the *eek following Passover, uith • proceeds to Youth Aliyah. Serving as temporary officers are Zadik Shaptro. chairman: Ed%  ward Lucher. secretary; Gary S^eitzer. treasurer: and Jan Led errr-an. who is club chaplain, alsc chairman of the arrangements i com mi; tee lor the third Seder. Harii Shapiro, who helped or eanize the Young Judaea Clubs ir. Dade County in 1936. is serving a> club leader %  is under the sponsorship of Hadassah and the Zionist Organization of America, and has 25 groups throughout Dade •y and Hollywood. • %  v.. open T. ~~ Apr. 19. ct WomMcc 1 Maylab Naaaandie Pmk w uy zr.i Sunset Art Tr.e~res Estes Seeks To Hold Seat Seeking reelection to the North Miami Beach City OOOBCII on Tues :ay Jobs Estes eit] tttocaey, %  : fers experience sir.cer-.:;. efficiewrj and service with economy" as Ut key to more progress say %  il s.pporters. Hell work toward "1 40-hour week, .comparable wages revised tension plan ar.d more recreational facilities, and pledges to be a worthy partner in pri'.. Interama. senior dtaen welfare and clean industrv." .. i. and M : fn n at Dade M %  concerts m the -3 Kfi Cha :%  • %  • di : .-• wil] •;?• J CoaJnr, s^pr ar.d Ne \ Y Opera Companies: £• 1 I :o-soprano: Dav;.I or: and Kenneth tone, who recv r. Opera cor.IV I': • do: I ISC members. Draper. parties of ti The Byphneq a fourth movement Mtl Schiller's -Ode to J] t hi .: _ers. chorus, and etthej occupy the entire wtt the program The st rr | esfl was written by Beeth: >ears and premiered in UB4 ttm >ears before the es mn i mj death "Its probably the grea* yrr.phonic ork e\er .ir.tten.| says Maestro Sevitzky a •. .ii%  rI rai 1 I Ol u. iU:j ;S an] th pei ml icct Ju, u Spinoza Outdoor Forum za Outdoor Forum for Adult Educat-.or. mei • on the 8th led by and Thursday a.m.. on the mg the S ed by 1. tor of the Forum K I Hi I YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SER\ NG JEfferson — Union Highland FRanktin Eve;, %  / Oft :FR 3-5581 Di'gnrfcd. beautiful arid reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL V* "Jl( MO 1-7693^,



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Page B-A +Jei*t noridiinir) Friday. April 12. 196?/ Peres Visits With Kennedy Continued from Page 1-A \arious U.S. officials. Feldman said that they concerned Israels -ecurity. the present situation in the Middle East and in Africa and the attitude of various powers to wards the Middle East. He said the talks were "mutual ly highly useful" and revealed a very close similarity of views. Feldman also stressed that Peres did not make any specific request, either for new American arms, or for any other kind of aid Left to right are William Copelan, Mayshie Friedberg and Eli Gechman at a meeting of South Beach residents and apartment houf-3 owners on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal, held at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Friedberg, one of the most active workers on behalf of Federation and a leader of Labor Zionist activities conducted the meeting. So. Africa Orthodox Leaders Cancel Boycott Against Reform Continued from Page 1-A ence at any Jewish or communal functions at which a Reform rabbi was present. A heavily attended meeting of the Federation of Orthodox Syna gogues approved a resolution apNutritionist to Speak "Good Nutrition and Health" will be the topic discussed at a lend meeting of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami VMIIA on Sunday. Apr. 21. 2:30 p.m., at 450 SW 16th Ave Mi


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rmm *c: Page 10-B ^Jewisiifhridttan Friday. Apil 12, 1363 Harry Cohen JWV Warsaw Ghetto Memorial To Hear Speaker American **** social ciub or I U ncui r Miami is ^ponsorinR a menu A joint installation of officers ol evening, commemorauriu %  ,. „p the Harry 11. Cohen Post, Jewh* ,., >ln ,^ o f lhe War r heUo ,„ Greater Miami committee for the 15th anniversary celebration of the establishment of the State of Israel includes seated (left to right) Fink, Miss Lillian Goodman. Standing fleft to right) are Joseph Mechlow, Gerald Schwartz, Arthur A. Pekelner, Raymond Fay, Dr. Simon War Veterans anif AujflDafy will b?ield winesSJ'evening the urday. Apr. 20, 8 p.r main auditorium of the Surfside, auclitonum. Community Center. Principal address will be given by Percy Friedlander. past comma nder of the post, and former chairman of Americanism in the lational organization. Incoming post officers are Louis Spiegel, commander; Julius Kleincibst, senior vice commander; and Paul M. Samuels, junior vice commander. New Auxiliary officers arc Mrs Louis Spiegel, president; Mrs. Sadyc Landay. senior vice president; and Mrs. Essie Wolf, junior vice president. El Memorial For Chaim Greenberg Poale Zion. Chaim Greenberg Student Program At Beth Torch Students of the Beth To %  ligious School will obser the concluding days of the Passover Festival on Monday and T esday, at 10 a.m., when the\ cond service! in the Youth Audito .m of the school building. Student rabbis will b> tfark Haddad and Richard Kan.• and other students will chant the liturgy, read from the Torar Scroll and serve as ushers and • ibbais. Students of the Sunday School will participate in the AlCor j gregation special worship services Mrs. Milton S. Green. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Wilensky. Mrs. Peter F. Heller, Mrs. Gerald J Branch of Grc ater Miami, will hold' for 5 ,0 8 "* ""il* t rip?'i.. %  %  %  '' Miss Marguerite Marx, Mrs. Arthur A. Pekelner, Mrs. Rose Kaplan, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Schwartz, and Mrs. Irwin Liss. Zionists to Mark Israel's Anniversary; Internationally-Renowned Pianist Set Mail Service Improvement A marked improvement in mail service between the Central American nations and the United States will become a reality as a result Music lovers of Greater Miami ot the top level postal conference its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening at the Farband Cultural Center, 842 Washington Avc. Following a brief business session conducted by Dr. Simon rection of Miss Beatrice L->m. At the end of April, the Hebrew School students will participate in the community-wide testing program of the Bureau of < Education in language. -ayer, tion in solving its specific problems, is but one of the resolutions which emanated from the conference, first of its kind between the Central American nations, Panama, and the United States. Among those attending the three-day sesGraffman's program will sions was Assistant Postmaster General William J. Hartigan, of the United States. TED MOSS Fur Buyer Will Scout Tel Aviv Til Aviv, Israel, is on the itinerary for Mr and Mrs. Ted Moss, of Miami Shores, whan they fly ihe Atlantic on Apr. 27 It will be a busman's holiday for Moss, fur buyer at Burdine's. and a director of the industry wide Retail Fur Council. He will scout furs and fashions in Rome and Paris, as well ain Tel Aviv's growing fur center. The couple will return via the Italian liner Leonardi da Vinci at the end of their five week trip. are looking forward to the 15th anniversary celebration of the establishment of the State of Israel, which will be held at Miami Beach Auditorium on Saturdayevening, Apr. 20. Gary Graffman, internationallyrenowned pianist, will be guest soloist. include "Song Without Words," by. Mendelssohn; two preludes byRachmaninoff; and the Oriental fantasy. •Islamey.' by Balakirev. Appearing on the same program vxill be Shcshana Damari. Israeli singing star, with a new repertoire of 1-racli and international folk songs. Avraham Harman, Israel Ambassador to the United States, will be guest of honor. Greater Miami dignitaries and leaders of many Jewish organizations are expected to attend the celebration. Wilensky, president, the program history, customs and the idj of will be dedicated to memorial Israel. services in h'"*or of h '" Chaim Greenhorn. Zionist leader. Dr Nathaniel Soroff consultant versary'of Greenberg s deui and of the Bureau of Jewish EducaRabbi Leon Kronen spiritual deigned "to assist each*nation. will be in charge Of the serleader of Tempe Beth Sholom, w.ll vices marking the 10th anniveroffer the culog>. which ended in Miami Beach last week. An effective training proAnnual Carnival To Aid School All proceeds from Beth David Congregation Sisterhood's annual carnival will go to support the Religioua School. To be held on Sunday. Apr. 21, from noon to 6 p.m., on the grounds ot the synagogue, the amusement show will feature rides, a magic booth, snowballs, hamburgers and hot dogs. added attraction will be a The affair is being sponsored by An the South Florida Zionist Council, country store offering band-made cf the Zionist Organization of articles. white elephants and America. Plants. Thp Hadassah Women's Zionist Carnival chairman is Mrs. JerOrganization. Mizrachi. Pioneer ome Maxwell. Mrs. Ted Tomaskin Women. Hapoel Zion. and the and Mrs. Irving Weiner are in Hapoel Mizrachi are supporting charge of tickets, the event. GREETINGS LEES TACKLE, Inc. • Established 1920 324 N.E. 13th STREET MANUFACTURERS RETAIL Fishing Tackle — Repairing Marine Equipment Beach Bar Slates Program The Miami Beach Bar Association is presenting a year-round series of monthly public forums at' the Ocean Front Auditorium in cooperation with the Miami Beach Recreation Department. Stanley B. 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Friday April 12, 1963 +Jn Page 3-E Presidents of 15 Miami Beach Groups of Hadassah were among honorees at the Hadassoh-Israel 15th anniversary luncheon last week at the Doral Beach Hotel. Other honorees were Mrs. lark Katzman, who received the Israel Bond's Woman of Valor Award, ond Miss Lillian Goodman, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hada3sah. The luncheon was held on behalf of Israel Bonds. Shown are presidents of the Miami Beach Hadassah Groups: Mesdames Joseph Alexander, Ellis Amdur, Eva M. Blum, Harry P. Cohen, Sherman Fast, Hadassah Fassler, Manuel Feierman, Samuel S. Goldberg, Fred Jonas. Esther Levitz, Joseph Meyer, Norman Meyers, Joseph Rosenberg, Hattie Safir, and Ben Zeigmund. Opti-Mrs. Lists Achievements MHvin Richard, president of the ally-disturbed children at the Mo Miami Beach Optimist Cli/b, will tanari Clinical School in Huleal ipeak on -A Thr eat to Demo%  „ ^tion. the club prftvM< •craeV' at thc-tmrplieon mretinff-of ~ a nurse-'scholarship at Jackso the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach .Memorial Hospital, as well as i to be held on Tues.lay. 11:30 a.m.. i 0iin scholarship, and contribute* at the Barcelona Hotel. ., monthly sum of money toward; ., ,. the salary <>f a Btaff psychologicDurinfi the past fiscal year, the L,, Varietv children's Hospital, club held three major fund-rais..... .. ~ ing affairs which netted Sll.000. a Btemlberslaip roster of the Opt gain.of S3.000 over the previous **" %  cll b ,hl > ear reache(1 th: year 100 mark, and plans to increas the membership are also on th; A large part of these funds went \ agenda for next year. Mrs. Mui to the club's main project, a ; ray Sonnett is president of th scholarship program for emotionclub. David M. Sassoon. of the Israel Embassy in Washington. A highlight of the luncheon was the light-1 ing of 15 candles on a huge birthday cake by leading members of Hadassah in a ceremony conduct900 Beach Hadassah Members Turn Out To Pay Tribute to Women's Leaders More than 900 members of Mi Hadassah-Israel 15th anniversary ed by Rabbi Leon Kronish, of ami Beach Hadassah and their luncheon, chaired by Mrs. Dorothy Temple Beth Sholom. lricnds gathered at the Doral Krieger Fink. Mrs. Katzman re# I) Hotel last week to honor ceived the Israel Bond Woman of Mrs Jack. Katzman. Miss Lillian Valor Award, and Miss doodman Goodman and presidents of the 15 and the 15 presidents were honor groups comprising the Miami ed for exemplary service to Hah Chapter of Hadassah. j dassah and the State of Israel." The occasion was the festive' Making the presentation was NOW! FARR-GENIGEN TOURS 27 DAYS OF "PLEASURE" TO ISRAEL-EUROPE Women's Cancer Unit to Install Officers; Mrs, Rado to Take Gavel as President Mrsfe Jerome. Rado will be in• ltd as r.ew president of the en's Cancer League of Miami Bi ach on Friday noon. Apr. 1!. at tii.' Barcelona Hotel. Sif.ce its inception in 1959. the IK has supported cancer re-i .'ill and treatment at Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. In conjunction with the Damon Runyon Fund, the League has Install' ed it Mt. Sinai a Cobalt Bomb a Magna Scanner and a Mammogram, three vital pieces of equipment for cancer diagnosis, treatment and research. rhe League also provides a 00 fellowship for a first year resident, a $5,000 second year felship, and at the annual col of KM maintains two research beds for Indigent and terminal cancer patients at the hospital. Mis Paul Bromberg will be installing officer. Incoming executive officers and board of directors for 1963-64 are: vice presidents. Mrs. Ardelle Levitt. Mrs. Leon Manheimer, Mrs Sidney Ohrbach, Mrs. Joseph Segal and Mrs. Harold Soglovitz; recording secretary. Mrs. Net Waldman; social secretary, Mrs. Albert Summers; financial secretaries. Mrs. Martin Wexler and Mrs. Harold Oster; corresponding secretaries, Mrs. Leonard Markell. Mrs. Lil Blast'erg. Mrs. Betty Finegold. and Mrs. Howard Grove; treasurer. Mrs. Irving Rubin; chaplain. Mrs. Jules Stark; nominating commit Taking part in the candlelighting ceremony were Mesdames Elise A. Adam*. Sam Beckerman, William Bornstein. Benjamin Friedman, David Goodman, Louis Grossman, Morris Uirseh. K.dward Horowitz. Benjamin Kane. Joseph Upton, Tessie Litt. Shirley Rachlin. Samuel T. Sapiro. and Fred Somerstein, Hadassah Group presidents who were honored were Mesdames Joseph Alexander. Ellis Amdur, Eva M. Blum. Harry P. Cohen. Sherman Fast, Hada-sah Fassler. Manuel Feierman. Samuel S. Goldberg. Fred Jonas. rMher Levitz, Joseph Meyer. Norman Meyers, Joseph Rosenberg, Hattie Safir and Ben Zeigmund. 'FIRST DEPARTURE MAY 18 via EL AL AIRLINES JET ms. mom KADO tee chairman, Mrs. Leon Manheimer; parliamentarian, Mrs. Ethel Gerson. Advisory board members are Mrs. Mickey Krau-. Mrs. Abe Schonfeld and Mrs. Frances Linn. Honored at the installation and luncheon meeting will he 36 members to be presented with awards by out-going president. Mrs. Frances Linn, for efforts in sup porting club projects. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Robert Grossman. Restauranteurs To Host for C J A Arthur Horowitz, of Juniors, Irving Kaplan, of Toby's Cafeterias, and Irving Rubin, of the PuD. nave invited leaders of the Restaurant and Allied Food Industries to attend the second annual cocktail party given by the group on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. The party will be held in the Flamenco Room of the Barcelona : Hotel on Thursday. Apr. 25. at 2 p.m., and the co chairmen of the group will be hosts for the oc1 casion on behalf of the Silver Ani niversary campaign of CJA. 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As you know, storage rs free. Insurers (10O> ; olv 1.00. You pay only &f he regular cleaning charge, plus $1.00 insurance for valuation P to *.vu. You may have more insurance at 1% of valuation. Hundreds of customers have requested the Box Storage again &f his year. Before we exceed capacity, why not make your reservation official? Obviously, with Free Storage there can be no obligation. We will unconditionally honor all reservations received before April 30, 1963. Phone Fr? 3-6601 or Visit Any of Our Conveniently Located Stores Miami Laundry-Dry Cleaners CABANAS AT THE JTMAR JRE There are only 24 de-1 luxe cabanas available I in Miami Beach's only] NOW oceanfront luxury] resort. They are avaiM able at special rates! from May 1st to Oct. 301 —$550. We suggest yoa] make inquiries NOW by I telephoning JE 2-1731. ASK for Chuck, Cabana Manager Oceanfront 47th to 48th Streets-Miami Beach WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK CABANA AT THE BEACH! 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Friday. April 12, 1963 m. Hr+..3~*F.~ #-** Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 'Xl/ENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF EU FI ORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. CO NO. 63C 3000 ItRBNNER. ...till. .\l IlKNJ It Vi VM IN KNENNBR. ORDER'OF PUBLICATION "viAMlN BRENNER (00 |-., sl Mount Pleasant Avenue i.il id, Inlu.i. PennS) Ivanl i ',';. %  ;. ,,,',. i,; notified that %  Bill mplalnt for Dlvyrca baa I mat you, -.".I you ara re:.. .. rv, a copy ..i your AnMeadlnn to the mil of Com..,, th c %  Mintiif Attorneys. waller & Utman, 4*0 l.in,V Miami I!— I'. Flork •-• ;••> rlginal tnswer or l'l.adu.g .,,.„,• the .-l-.k f the cir,. „„ or befora the Ind day „;•„ if you fall t" .1" so. .,, bv default will be taken for the relief demanded m ,.i Complaint. 'Ul. ORDERED at Miami. joth ,m> of March, IMS. 1 i.FiATHBRMAN, Clerk ivi.iitv dark ,,„.ff. Waller Utman %  Plaintiff „ ,. „ J 1 ,,,,.ln ltd.. Miami BMOB. Ha. toB n „„.,,, 4/ :,.,2 IN THE SMA' I T 1 Ai'= "I'RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 10684* i \( K >, i\ s i iisi < iiNr roRP a Plurida orpora tlon Plaintiff, \ i*. Rt) ISI:\ I:I.T \i ARE, I', T. udunt. NOT CE OF PUBLICATION TO: R< loKEVELT W \I!K l .:." N. ,\ ".nth Km i Mi.in.;, I..I .. ,.i You are hereb) notified I hat an Ai tlon "f Rented in bus i... H against you, and you ar< required to tervi u cop) of your Answer or PleadIiiK I, %  ill. Action ul I :• ok in ..i. in Plaintiff's Attorneys, S1IKV1N, s. 1 "' ""'"'' | N It. 4-r>. li IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 04 MAR BU.A <•' IRBLUA Ql INN. WII.I.IK yns.s, ^CB BY PUBLICATION u ii.i.n: (.niNN. Route 1, 1 / Us. Mississippi, are .rve a cm of your anDlvorce .-..miilaint filed "" l*J n, i'.C" B m or V5?i; R \i, •inn. AS. 112 !*. inn Miami 36, Florida, and fiii th clerk "f thla Court %  >" \.. n L'.i.i, l63, otherwlae I IKi nfi -"I 1>J March If. I93. „ \ rilBRMAN, Isrk 11 i lade "ounts • I 'da I' COPBLAND i leu ity Plei k ;. 22-29, l .-It.' HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR DADE NTY. IN CHANCERY, No %  >C 2802 i\Ml Ki iMBOSt'H, Imal ili. 19th I i) A.M. If .. Judfime.il I,. ilrfaul will b< taken aaainxl you for the relief demanded in the Action % %  < Re|ilf\ in This notice shall be puhllahed onc< .ii.-li \\ %  >'k ror four C n*ecuHve Week* In THE JEWISH 1 I .< Hill n AN. WITNESS mj hand and the -• >1 ••' rloriila of raid Court In Dadi Count) Miami, hlotida, Hii^ili day "i March. 193, .; .i PAPPAS, Clerk, Small Claims Court of Hade County, Florida (aeal) It) ISABKI I.I: M M:I.IW I leputy i"i.-rk :; %  : %  :%  ::•. i 1-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3803 DAVID O. I'll, I.MAS. Plaintiff, \ a, LORETT \ R THOM VS, p. f. ndant. ORDER TO APPEAR Yr, l.'iltKTTA E THOMAS, William Street, uranite, Sew Je -• ^ .%  I. hereb) notified to serve ci your anawei to a Complalnl f". .li M.I % %  • %  fil.il nkalnnl you b> Pavld O ThomaK, on plalntlfl attorne) Claude M Kim.201 i 'alumi i ftldK \i ami, Pla., '"I % %  befoi • %  Api ii -'' %  I. and th, orlnlnnl with th. clerk of the abo> •• Court, "i her >>• .. I % %  re< I'm r.. HI. •--... i:i i in. r. il atra Dated March i: II L.EATHERM VN, Cli rk Cln mi i %  '•ail. I >adi %  it>. I r.\ C P Ctll'BLAND l.. 25-29 I 5-12 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jen§01 flcridfiarj solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial IK 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE ha! %  in NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. iTIPE IS HEREBY iil\ :: N -' Ihi underaiknetl, ueeirins Baa i-in. -.. a ... i .li. in I itlu in i MOKTUAOE inMIT I'I.M; CENTER 2iwi Wi -i i'l IKII • Miami l I.I.!. I'.IIIII |. Klondii in. ii .to resi-:. r -.ml n.in.' 'in the Cl< rk of tin .ii '..in i ..; i'.. Coin y, I'lIK ..I.i.' "TRl '.s u" HIV 'l "X I'lNil CENTER, IN' 1 It) I MI i.i I.. I', i mi cut Vtteal: I i Inn iiddati n •-• el ir> \. uii,.! /. Silw r .v Scher ..' %  ... :... Th< i .1 .. .. %  r. ill— I.I. I •. BuMi Miami IS, Irlda 2-2 '. i ..-'. LEGAL NOTICE Ni l.r ,, h NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW (TICK is HEREBY (11VEN that underalitned, deal ring t.. engage i-in. %  -tinder ili.fictitious name i wi.ns IIEAPTY % % %  II.I.I:I;K UK II \ M I HE M'H at number 832 Mn'In Road in the clt) of Miami Beach, mi •-.!. int. mis •" real Her the oald n-lth thi Clerk of the Circuit %  ..in i ,.i i i..i. County, Florida. i ..'. .1 ..i M hi nil i lenc.i, Florida, thla j'. ili .ni! "i Man h I %  slM.M'ii: sfili > %  il.s. INC KtiVNBR .\ MANNHE1MER Vtttorne, H t'.'i Applicant I ".. 12, 19, -•'• IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA. IN PROBATE No. 59021-B In RE: Eatate of ANI1EL.O B18ANTB I teceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITOR6 T.. All Credltora and All Peraona Ha inn Claims or Demand* Acalnat 8a Entate: Ynn are hereby notified and r quired i" preaent any claimi ami dmundu which you may have again* the eatate of ANOEIXJ BIRANTB de n ned lae of -'.' Maplew 1 A\ mi.-, i iiiii.in.iiil. P.Q., 'ana. la. the County .ludg.-s of Iade i.'ount and file the sum.i" duplleatiand provided In Section 783 l". Plorti Statutex, in ih.ii office* in the ou iv t'ourthouae m Bade County, n. ,1;,. within HIX calendar montha frthe time "f the flrat pubbllcatl hereof or the name will be barred |>ated at Miami. Florida, this t day ..f April, A D 19*3 LEONARD Q. BOER I Ancillary Administrator Cum Teatanranto Annexo i i publication i'f thla notice :.th .lav of April, 1963 LEONARD 'i K':I:KT MYERS, IIKl.MAN. KAl I-AN & .-A ISM AN Attorney tor Ancillary Admmistrator CTA liso s \v. 1st Street Miami, Florida ^ ^ w i sen, IE R TO APPEAR KUMHOSCH. II.I Buah Krani %  '• fallf I ,>.. .. cmi) %  i-omplalnl I %  ,inat you b) larldal i, .„, plalntlfri atI, M Barnea, -"'. i alu\i iml l"la. and file lh v> |i h the Clark. ol lti< .,,, ,., before Apill :-"" %  > %  • %  •• pro confi aiw ; ,.u.,111-1 VI, 11. h .. i:*3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE No. 09006 b IN RK I'MI"I l; \l;NIM r WOOJ.KSTE \l> I •.-.•. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Credltoi %  and Ml Pel n 11, in.in.IA-. •,, i .,!•,. hereb) notified ipilred to present ai I '' %  in.in.is which you ma) havi th' '. I' MtNKTT Wl H '..I HTKAD ill %  I late : I • U11t>, Phu da, to th' ""ii' lijule Count) ami i < duplicate and is |... vlded In %  %  tl. n • .. Il'il'ia Statutes, in in the County Courthouse in II :. .'.. mtv. Florida, with • nii.i monl hi 11 %  "! '!!• In ... ;,. ..'. ..I the I'iirred Dated %  ''. Miami.' Fkwlda, lh da) • %  ''' v MINNIE Y W. ..H.VSTi: \u \. \.ii.iu letratrix WEI S STEI.> .v W i:i NHTF21N Ml,.' in \ for Adniitil-t'at: is i"."I.in. "in Rd Miami Ifc ai h. I 19, i i-12'• IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 58b65-C IN RE: Eatati .i ,ii.. sit-, i M. II VI.LBT, NOTICE TO CREDITORS r MI ., i i .. I, i %  liuvi %  I.si.I.' Von at hen b) 11-" i li d and renuiled to preeel i all.l Ui l-h.cii "I ii) %  ,,, ..... .a M.\t:(i.n 'i •" l.r.V ui • •• Il ti I li, dun i II.'. .. lull minis in i li. i H i .i.i..'. .iin;\ ,i alx all ii'iar months .1 111 1 Cllt.oll In • %  >l VltH l --li-!'•> III, I. si., i. "i M -' %  >l ,-. ,1 ;..:.!ii..< t. AI i.'i li' > !\ Bl PJllgll I .. I '..... .'... II KI • Il nunt) Cou. I i with%  ii,.., i ili, %  • Hall. Ill .v I'uczl. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AND t-OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCE.RY. No. 63C 3338 !K VTIliCK I (K \ N UF:itllY, .INI' >i: LEE I'I'KKV. 1 •> feiidant, TION TO JUNIOR LEE BERRY ^ .,'" .,',.,.",!.-.... ii .NOT1PIF:D that i I till ,.f i'..ni|.laii!i f"i Klvorci ia> %  ,, II riled against" yo.i, and V< 'I A Re. ucitKin i. .. i ... IF:H • •.. the Bill ol '"in, attorney, IKS I. --si !N, -'.' %  '' l •-• %  l '" 1 1 Ill lid I in .1 [mi file il, "I iu II.,! .. : III Ihl offll ;,. „ i„ H" '' i "" or vi'i il J .. h, %  I, • fault "I ,h HiBill of I'oinpliiinl wl.l i"' ., ,, .,i messed ... II. -I ml. |l VTF.D Marc i Si h. i; 11 LEA rHKRMAN, CI. rk I'li-cuil • II irt. i .' %  !• '' nty. ,s, ili B) : K M l.VM \N I .. mty Cli l> .'. 29. I 5-I2-1J NOTICE UNDER FICITITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl. tbr undersigned, dealrlna to engage i tain, ss under the fictitious name i \ IRPtiRT RADIO SERVICE at M Intend i" register aaid %  uiiii the Clerk of the Clrotrtt i • ,,. i ,..,i. • "! % %  < Florida. HERMANN QELLER UVIDtJ C.1.IAS I •.. 18, 19, %  i ii •' A rHERMAN, Clerk %  i. County. i it, c.v COPELAND i leput) Clerk ,' t .-••.; N THE CIRCUIT COUR r OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 2383 \ -. .\ .ii: is tdmlnlati Vffali i.n tiffIcei -' th. %  • % in. • %  an i his h offlo and i %  HI IIER r ind i.vi 'i \ A !. %  .ll. NOTICE OF SUIT li II RERT and iH Itfl fill r. ins '% Ife, Inn an) unknown KII i i elendants If they d ii dead, th-ir un, gi ante, s, a• lit.H -. Ilenora, trui : n clalmlns b). .'ll" : ill. s1 'i. sld. nei H ai un V"i ARE Mi:i:i:i;Y NOTIFIED thai • ha been brought ntatnat you '> S lil.KAHON, lit., as Admin.ns ACfalra, an iM'fi" "i the I'nMed Htatea ..f America, JM hi irs in iuch office, and their assigns, to foTack>aa in...'. • IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59006-A i\ RK Kitati %  l II. i.|\N KRAI'SS, ,o OE TO CREDITORS To Ml Cndltor. ..".I All Persons li i> i-ialma or Demands Vmlnal Salo You in ii '" • %  •""', '"" ,,„,,,,l Ip.—, nt an) %  "*' HI n.iwill h you i ,,,.. e atate "i IJ1.U VN KRAI Sf %  it, of Had. • **' i '• %  "!• ; % %  "'< %  ly, and the sam. ... ....'.,.. ,i .1 s.ctl ,•„-. Ill their ofl y Oo D Ida ,i„ tin -I ih" '. -' iuh %  itloi ,,, ., thi inn will u. : Dated at Miami, Florida, i day "I March, v D \i \RK K M'l.A.N \~ Executor aronovita Sllv r f Mi,. 1 1 i.i Fixer itor i. .; \ nali) Building Mi. urn %  -. Florid i • eneumberlng the following %  1 ;.i "i.-i t\ tii-ii ll 1 IT .n.l 18, In Hl.-k ... of NORTH SILVER CREST, a.ioidlng to the sof, i, corded in Plat Bonk '•. at page ll, of the t>ubllc rcoerda %  l '.uiCount). Florida; IIrequired to file your an•wer with the ."leik of tlie Circuit ourt ..t ii-.,,i.. iv.untv. Plorida, at the .a Miami, Florida, on or tprtl :::. I:,.;.'., and t" lerva %  : -ii. h answer Brain MYERS. ni KVI'I.AN \ ,-ATSMAN. 'i'' attorney* whose addreaa is llldlng, 1150 S.W. Flrat Miami > %  :. Florida, on or bail date, ..required by the FTi ni.. ll M.II fail t.. do BO. Kplalnt will be taken as .'..nNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N.irn-i: is HEREBY OD EN that the underalgnad, deslrina to engage in bualiJeas under thn-~ffl V. THI: THRONF: ROOM at wi • ** St Hlaleah. Florida intend to reBlater sld name with the Clerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN nu rwn Im;_o .-_.•> %  %  FLOR DA. IN PROBATE No. 68918M IN Iti: I :.-!•! I. ,i,i, .V SCHIV VRTZ ll K i HABRI SCHWARTZ '",!J. I'OE TO CREDITORS • To Vll l redl.i I All l'ei '.Ila> %  ine I I "" '-' : '""•" "an h reb) ,,, .. ;... nt an) i I il ns i id .„,ii,i,,... II i .ii ma) n.i !;,.,„ ,„ ,i A itn, S SCHWARTZ II tBRI SCHWAR1 / i ,, 'oiini) i lorlila, li i in ni l"> I< Count) -.ii" i ,,. ,„, .rued In „'t ices in hi' i n in Bade C l) ...ii.in -i\ • all ii'ia. months In m in. h, .... • rred Hat. .1 at Mlai tl. F %  •• t s A '' "" [•EARL UCHW VRTZ AS i-.\ urix Plrsl publlcatl this n H :. i da) of Ma h, SIMtiN, HAYS H lilt! NOW bRU \ j-12-19 Attorne) foi Bxec-utrlJi ::,,, viilsl) BWg., Miami 12, Fn.md.i •; 22 i, i %  NOTICE UNDER FIC1 i i lOUS NMi,t LAW SOTlCh iML 1. 1 -i -v tilVEN that inn, nlgn. rli intn • %  nag. i business undei '.i" fictitious name „l SHF:.VANIH>AH VPARTMENTS ai '....;:.. K6th Street, Miami Beach, r'iorl la, Inti ml to rcglati r said name iili thClerk of thCircuit Louri ,.! I ladt!ounty. Florida. SAMIKI. YANOWITZ DIC STANLEY tlOBYHlN KiiVNKK A MANNHBIMER Vttorni %  % %  >' % %  %  nandoah A|>ai-tments ". 29, I %  13, '-• IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUF IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA. IN PROBATE No. 59022-C In RK Estate nf I'll I'ERUN .. -, d, NOTICE TO CREDITORS •iv \". ,':. dltors and AM Persona Ho ma i.r Demands Agalnat .-. %  reby notlfli d and r. quired to |ireent an) claims at i ,,,,„.„ which you may have agalj the estate f JOSEPH rF.Ki.iN ceased lat. of Dade County. Florid ,,, ,ii, .-"ini!.. Judges "i Bade -miit and file the samIn duplicate and provided In Section 13 16. Florli {statutes in lh. I • hi th. fjbu ,. fourtlvilin 1'adCounty. PI' %  Ida within six calendar montha fro ,,,-' t|„,e of the flrat mibbllcett hereof, or the same will be bawed Dated at Miami. Florida, this *" "' A, ""„.\ l s..Vi.c:N \s Executrlg 1 | -, publication of this notlca Ml, day "I April, 1983 \l.AN R. LtiRBER Attorney for Executrls 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 13, 19, >ih .ii I.N .1 be said pre. ..nd a iv.'iePro *'..n" : 'i I i. I. .I iinainst you for i.. r demanded in the oomplalnt 1 TF.l> ii,-. i,,ii da) "f March, 1993 ,. 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DAVIDSON, 1 (eccased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All • redltora and Ml F" Ins Claimi or Demands Agniu-t E "You : ar hereb) notified gnd i;-qdlred to pi^eenl any claims and %  % %  mands which you may have agalnat the estate ol Joaeph v Davidson do...,s te of 1'ade %  o.iniy. F'.orl.la. lo the Count) Judges ol Hade I ounty, and file the same In duplicate ami a* provided In Section J3*.l. Florhla Statutes, in their offlc. n lh. i oiin,v ,• -tin. IIiii Bad. County. Florida, within -.v %  nlendai months fnirn of Hi. ii'-i pubM.-ntli a heu' '•'" -•' ""!>" %  ,''•"". ., listed ai Miami. K -' %  -,;i; : ^;, h vOi: l ^',r^v:i'-'iN \. i:\, rutrlx rtOriF'RT SCtVTT KAIl'M W Vttorne) for FScecutrlx id, j llullding Ml %  mi : Florid ^ l\ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR UA IN PROBATE NO. S8692 C In RK: F'stat. i VCOH KLF:INM \N I..,-..I--.I NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO \' i. PERSONS INTF:RF:STF.D THE KSTA I K t>F S Ml' i ilSCKDBNT, Vou are hereb) notified that inn in purpoi urn; i ,ii, lasl v 11 an I testament "t ,,, has been adlllltted to bate in aald Court You an bereft) manded within six calei i lh, fr. in the date of the flrat nubile itlon this notice to appear in sai.l Court and show cause, Iran) ...u can. whi the atclon ol aald l ourt in admlttlns said ill tp probate should IT. .1 si in.I ii'ir. v"ked. QEORtIF: T, CLARK t'ciuntv Vudge MEI.BA '". 1'ICK Clerk Fii8. IIKNItY M W MI'/.KIN Mti'in-y ssr, Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, K '" ri ,; ., I*, l, M IN THE COUN if JuDucii COUP" ,N |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58654A ,; '•'•iii^i'V;, M MBjAlW. AltRAM M. I'1'.l-All-I' NOTICE TO CREDITORS T ill""editors and AU Pgraons Hi %  Vgalnst Sad Eatate. You are herebl notified and ouired to present any cUlma and d v;' -, ,; v^ %fi* id 1 tn iiCounty Judg. 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Page 10-A twist) fBnrHtar Friday, April 12. 1963 Johnson Eyes Human Rights Century Continued from Page 1-A any, ;it the inaugural dinner of he 1963 ADL Appeal held at the Lmericana Hotel in New York The dinner on Apr. 4. which larked the opening ot the New l'ork observance ot the League's ittieth anniversary, also honored lax J. Schneider, retired vice •resident of the Chemical Bank, nd dean of ADL's New York leadrship. Norman Tishman, chairman of the board of Tishmar Realty & Construction Co.. was inner chairman. Other speakers ncluded Dcre Senary, national hairman of the League, and Label -., Katz, president of B'nai B'rith. Vice President Johnson asserted lat he saw "no paradox" in the act that the rise of totalitarian jrces was "evidence of the growng strength of the cause of equalty." He said the "intense fury ith which the totalitarians of oth right and the left deny the oncept of human rights is the neasure of their realization that leir cause is doomed."' The Vice President told the Scientists Add To Tension—JFK Continued from Page 1-A •ion on the activities of the German nuclear scientists was eriti:iied on the House floor by Rep. Seymour Halpern, New York Reaublican. Rep. Halpern charged •hat "the State Department has so far merely sought to mini•niie, excuse, and justify the notorious German role in Egypt." He said that "the appalling -King to me is the condoning the •vork of ex-Nazi rocket scientists and other Germans in Egypt by our Government through its whitewash' of West Germany in %  his connection." The National Executive Commit e of Farband-Labor Zionist Ori er unanimously decided to ad i ress an urgent appeal to I'resi enl Kennedy to exert "stronr essure" on the Federal Republic Weal Germany and on the govi rnment of Egypt to halt the ac ities of German scientists, and • clinicians in Cairo. Hadassah also appealed to t*W ederll Republic of German) ti • call from Egypt the West Ger an scientists. The action wai ...ken in a resolution app 1 unanimously by the national boan : Hadassah. Copies of the re o ition are being sent to Karl IKinch Knappstein, Wesl Gei imbassador to the United States, il in the Department of State. ai-dierce o* 1 2C0 peo-s!e that "people whs are truly confident that they represent the wave of the future" as the communists boast "do net resort ID mass der.ial of age eld religious practices, mass dmial of po ilical HV*** or to mass extirminalien." He called such tactic < "the weapons of frustration" and characterized a> the "true wave of the future—the fulfillment of the dreams and hopes of moral men throughout the ages." "However, much as we may fall short of our ideals, we are strung to attain them with an mteni\ heretofore, unknown in history," he asserted.' declaring that the forces of bigotry are on the defensive. They are fighting a losing battle." The Vice President noted that the two highest elective offices in the United States today are "held hj men who have overcome the dead hand of stereotypes" based on religion or region of birtrr "As long as there have been societies more complex than tribal simplicity." he said, "majorities and minorities have relied on stereotypes to mold the opinions of me another. Such stereotynea have been convenient—but they have also been cruel." in referrirg to President Kennedy's religion and his own place o< birth, the Vice President said i v.h >n he ha.; attended the a ,,ir.i | in ot Carl T. Rowan as ador to Finland la>t week, "it was toted in some accOU-ita that 1 am 'from a Southern state'." "The Ambassador himself was from a Southern sta',6 also," Vice President Jchntcn said. "But the accident of my birth bscome nswswonhy, as did his, tec.-os? I was born in '.he Louih of while parents—and he was born cf Negro parents." The Vice President added that it to s aid by his side and to shake his hand and to wish him Godspeed makes news, then that is Dears I am proud to make." Max J. Schneider was honored for "his talents and strength which for many years have been behind the concepts and programs that shape the League." Senary said. Schneider, now 77 years old. rose from New York newspaper boy to vice president ofa major bank, head of a textile tinishing firm, director of Tishman Realty, and part owner of the baseball Giants. The inaugural dinner opened ; the New York r*>ase of the 1963 national ADL Appeal, which has a goal of $3,940,000. r RE-ELECT Councilman M. J. 'MIKE' WACKS -Your Councilmo GROUP 7 LEVER 18 A TO KEEP \orth Miami Beach GROWING! GROWING! GROWING! Meet 'Mike' at his Campaign Headquarters 16461 N.E.I 5th AVE. Tel. Wl 7-8681 Pd. Pol. Aclv Re-Elect JACK GERMAIN Your Councilman Group 5 1959 Campaign Promises-Are a Reality in 1963 ir BRIDGE —15th Ave., new bridge, 19 Ave., widened •jr LIBRARY —Expanded and Improved Facilities TRAILER CITY DRAINAGE— Installed in 1962 ir EXPANDED RECREATION — Purchased 10 Acres near Spanish Monastery. Purchased 10 lots Washington Park. Improved & Expanded Facilities in Allen Park — Washington Park, Trailer City. Two new Swimming Pools. Extended Tennis Facilities BEAUTIFICATION— 172nd St., U.S. 1 Entrance, 19 Ave. 163 St. lined with Royol Palms and completion promised when elected. Re-Elect Jack Germain -Lever 11-A Keep Our City in The hen* with DEEDS not Promises with ACTION not Reaction t Campaign Headquarters: 1625 N.E. 163 St.—Wl 5-9821 p d Po l. Adv Restore Confidence In Government By Electing Lowell G. "PAT" to Csty Council PATRICK Favors SEWERS for North Miami Beach by referendum. Ht still believes in the voice of the people and no refinancing of existing water or sewer system. PATRICK Favors recognition of people from the audience at Council meetings, without being on agenda. PATRICK Favors limiting tenure of Councilmen to 2 years, with proposition placed on ballot for referendum. PATRICK Favors expansion of library facilities. PATRICK Favors inviting selective industry to help our unemployed. PATRICK Favors restoring the people's confidence in their government by disclosing all the facts on each ond every issue, thus eliminating rule by caucus. VOTE PATRICK For Government By The People Insuring A Brighter Future For All North Miami Beach



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-jouy. April 12, 1963 fJewisli FkriciirHn Page 11-B The Courier 0tf ^J era Id *^>chwartz Hold-over members of the Bav Harbor Inlands Town Council ar M .. ( Shepard Broad, Jtrry Lelchuk, George Sogg, Joseph Cohen and Stanley Ta,e • Washington Federal Savinus and Loan Assn., headed iv Jack DGordon and Arthur Courshon, ho w.m the George WashHonor Medal of the Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge 1,, thi President's" Club of National Life Insurance Co. were Harold Abbott. Gerald R. Falick, Theodore S. Finkel, and Henry M. Gilbert, ;il! i f 'he Greater Miami area William Crockett, former executive director of the Miami Beach ,i> Vssn., and a descendant of the legendary Davy Crockett. l'J. m,. • i ed a sales representative for York Litho Corporation Leonard C. Hollander, of the Miami office of Mutual Life, addressed (IK Natioi .%  %  Field Club Conference in Atlantic City this week en "Good %  \ Health Insurance • • • Max Krauts has been named a director and vice president in A. ,,: finance of Key Pharmaceuticals. Inc.. of Miami. A confor 4i> years, he built large garden housing projects in New York i"<' Texas before moving here 10 years ago ... Ed Lassman, a '.'. < lfie's 21st St.. is in line for the presidency of the World Boxing A--' Miami Vttorney Eugene G. Heiman and former Circuit Court jud i Phillip Goldman will lecture Apr. 22 in the Miami Legal Secre %  ,r \.. [ourth annual seminar in cooperation with the Dade County Bar Philip E. Heckerling, a legal specialist in tax matters, has Leaders of the Greater Miami Committee for Israel Histadrut meet at the home of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger to discuss the progress being made by Kupat Holim in the erection of thi new Medical Center shortly to go up in Beorsheba. Left to right are Rabbi Leon Kronish, honorary chairman of the Greater Miami Committee, which has pledged $200,000 toward the S 100,000 clinic; Dr. Sol Stein, national exa u ive duector of Histradrut, who came to Miami for the occasion; Mayor Joseph Levy, r' EUalh, Israel; Mrs. Grossinger; Moe Levin, chairman of tie Histadrut board of directors here; and J. Z. Stadlan, president of the Miami organization. lice president and estate planning officer of the Mercan fle Nation!, %  Bank, it has been>WUnced here by Joseph Weintraub. RoDDI Bi"OOlCS SldteS RevieW board chairman Harold Abbott, of Abbott, finkel and Assoc. has nvited lo attend an insurance conference in Kurope sponsored due i iversity The group leaves New York on Apr. 26. Symons. Mrs. Howard Kleinberg. Mrs. Irv Sussman. Mrs. Muriel John W Morgan has been named vice president of Wometco Yendir. M South Florida, according to Van Myer*, president. He moves here iroin .• similar post in Jacksonville Charles Bookbinder and Chinos Linksman, owners of the l'umpernik's Restaurants in North Miami and Miami Beach, are making plans for the 10th anniversary ci '•• home <>f the Pumpernickel bagel. Bookbinder goes to Safety Harbor Spa next week for his annual post-season vacation. Bob Siivertein, bartender at Maxim's of Surfside. is a licensed j private detective. Apparently he likes to mix things up. as well as straighten them out Austin Burke is back at work after a siege, of pneumonia He won the thermometer quick draw contest at lit. Sin.. Hospital rvfimteh not in the Beach councilmanic race, according to late | w: %  :. are Wolfie Cohen and Harold Shapiro ... Dr. Kessol Schwarts, I chairman ..i the Department of Modern Languages at the University i ^t 'Mi. mi. v. ill write an article in the new edition of the Encyclopedia WFn Awld Literatswa of the Twentieth Century And Harry I. Salsman, of the Business Law Department, has been named editor of the | American Busmen Law Journal's Insurance and Real Estate Depart-! ment. • • • *t Potamkin. of Vic Potamkin Chevrolet in Miami Beach, says hath Florida is becomng the bucket seat capital of the world Iraki Block and Joe Yanieh have left the Israel Bond local office after tour' of eight .n saving hundreds of thousands w MM in countries overseas and nth-' same time helping to make ar community a better place in *luch to work and to live is one f the most noble ways of fulfilling the Ideals of Passover," said Erne.-t Jaais, co-chairman of the i 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal. •There are still a great number of past contributors and potential i new contributors to Federation and to CJA in all divisions, includling Trades and Professions, Residents, General Solicitation, and others, who have not yet enrolled in the current drive," Janis stat|ed. "An up-to-date report by the chairmen of each of these imI portant divisions will go far in ; helping plan for a successful con! elusion of our CJA campaign." he added. Rtibbi Herschel Brooks, of Temple Zamora, will review Harry Golden's latest book, "You're Entitled." on Wednesday evening at the Tastee Inn, in a program sponsored by the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith Chapter. The Chapter will present its original musical comedy. "A FunnyThing Hapuened on the Way to the Sixties." on Sunday evening. Apr. 28, at the Miami Friendly Social Club of Beth El, with the charge going to the United Jewish Appeal. The show will be given again on Sunday, May 5, for residents of the Sun Ray Park, Convalescent Home. Mrs. Rose Galton. chairman of citizenship and civic affairs, is in charge of arrangements. Members of the cast include Mrs. Marvin Schoenberg. writer and director; Mrs. Helen Bloom, Mrs Robert Humphries. Mrs. Gerald Papkoff. Mrs. Gerald Friedenn, Mrs. Robert Gross. 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Fndcy. April 12, 1963 +Jewlst\ftcrkiian Page 13-A or >IKIH.\ 1:80 a.m. s-->-<-nt> dav of Paaaover. Sermon: "The Inhumanly of Modern Humanity." Tueeday I:M a.m. Yizkur Memorial aervlcea it 10:30 a.m. Bermon: "The tOplopiie of Paaaover." Bermon: I 'r. .-.Til "Jewish Value*, Paat ami Evening >i-r\ iitea 8:1S p.ni. A< %  Rabbi. I have been frequaitlj called upon during the past !• %  weeks to approve as "Kosher tor Passover" the many food nun III! M. and even luxuries i.iI will make for a pleasant an l ritually kosher holiday. Bui i a fad is that this process often 'mduccs less satisfaction than • -' use <>f being disturbed. It -cms that "Kosher for pi... r" has been reduced to food—t a rabbinic label on a boti„ ilk or seltzer—that "Kosht] i, Passovw" means the matio h BI Ihe wine, the Seder and eh. As a Rabbi, I can Feeling disturbed that the lean for ('hornet/ is limited 10 the kitchen and its utensils, and • line and cleansing are i.le to culinary rs-ligion I n M ish to minimise the e ui kaahruth—the leash %  stomach. Dietary law ,, Jewish because the) are the safetj measures against ashut let us understand that "kosher'' means correct, not healthy, but correct, and correctness has a much broadj ''" .'.""i" than the preparation oi borschl tor Pesach. 1 ..-niutli oi the human hearth and the kaahruth. Of the human far more important than the kashruth of the food that e while these aspects of kashruth are of vital Importance • the year, before and during the celebration s of Passover e just indispensible. Pi iver is not a holidav signifying only what to eat and what, nt>1 The services are not read from a cookbook: they are read |; from prayerbook. What to eat and what not to eat is incidental; it aervii-. ii .i nbol that has become a law. RABBI TWO* STERN Kosher for freedom BETH DAV.D. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. RjTbbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. Friday 1 p.m. Bervtoea in the chapel. Baturda) I a.m. Bunda) 6:80 p.m. Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. Yiakor service Tueada) 10:30 a.m. B\ening services 8:30 p.m. e 3ETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bermon: 'A Holiday Beason." Mlncha 6:30 p.m. Bunda) 6:30 p.m. Moni... 30 %  in Bermon: "The Glory of EmanchMttlon." Evening 8:30 •> m. \ T ewtaj 8 10 a.m. Bermon: "The Memory nf Oui [Jeparii %  Vtakor Uemol lal -< i \ Icea I" a.m. — e — BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Cnnrvativc. Rhbl Simon April. Cantor Hymart Fine. I Ida) S:13 p.ra Bermon: "Song of UK: Satin i.< • i • .i in. Mondaj I H.m Bei mon: "Ui\ Ina in H l > -utbf il Vc Tueadaj 8 I", a.m. Ylaki services 11 a-in BETH ISRAfcL. 4u0 Prairla ave. Or%  thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman. I 1. _• p.ni Saturday 9 a.m. 1) :• a 111 -M %  • 11• I %  > :• .. in S. .nth 1 in K IK h 111 I i \ t •i "A I.: i 10:30 a in R\ enfi p m. BETH JACOB, ave. Orthorl"*. Cantor Maurice 301-311 Washington p-.h:-: Tihor Stern. Mamches. BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. la a in. Bermon: ''A New Bunda) evening concluding We prefer the bread of the poor, %  >• y M !" *£AJ a ~£&"* : o" if it is the bread of freedom, against the bread of the rich if it is the! Tueadaj 10:30 a.m. Bermon: "Death tool oi enslavement In essence, the holiday is "freedom"—not winej 1 N '" •'" ^nhapp} BndlB -" ami not :uatzohs. Freedom requires more than kosher food. Freedom' ETH RA HAEL 139 Nw 3rcl av requina kosher mind and the correctly prepared mentality of our j Orthodox, Juliue Sapero. president! sa?es and prophets. Freedom requires a kosher heart, full of love Prlday 8:30 p.m. Saturday a.m. and compassion, full of understanding. Passover, the holiday of free!" !*LJ!"atondai'"^!^..'''^!^ torn. need a tresneadous amount of preparation—a vast amount ofj 'Sanctlt) and Putnity of Human leansing and of scrubbing, of sterilizing and of burning. We must | v '!, f M ',.'j. 0 r U ? y i)ry Benea." Ytekor make ,r-ilves "Kosher for Passover"—correctly prepared for freememorial 10:1B a.m. Rabbi Murray Uom | Atatat offlotatefc I > Mess that during the past few weeks not one single person 1 BETH TFILAM 935 Euelid ,ve. Or%  s a•-.") lor my services to help "him" become "Kosher for Pass-' thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Raekovaky. •ver.' I am afraid that this year we shall again repeat the prayer Friday Minolta aervlcea l:0 PJJJ. u„ ., ._-_• ..u • J Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bermon: Torah Ho L&cnirto —"This year we are slaves —because indeed we are | H n ,i Freedom Muat not >>•• Diluted." laves, only our dishes and the seltzer bottles are "Kosher for Pass-' Saturday 5:48 p.m. M Mr." We are still slaves—slaves to slavery, captives to captivity.' haboh b'nai chorin." Next year we shall be free. Next year will be flooded with requests to make the hearts and the men "Kosher for Passover," kosher for freedom—next year, erh FLAOLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51t pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Prlday 8:45 a.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Monday '.< a.m. Beveatn day Paaaover %  ervleeo, Bermon: "HTei'dom is siav%  i y Kvi-iiiiiK :: *.". p.m. Tuemlay eia*hth day of Paaeovei aerrloa. Ber* mon: "ii is Good to Remember." • \'ixkir aervioea n a.m. e —FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Groaa. Prldas ii p.m. Baturday s :i"i a.m. Bunduy 8:1J p.m. Paaaover aervlcea Mondaj and Tueaday 8 a.m. ami 8:15 p.m. Tueaday l":.;" a.m. Iflakor aervlcet e ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavtky. Cantor Loins Cohen. i May i; 30 p.m. Batui day* { a.m. .. iiiii.n: "Borta "f Songa." Sunday p m M %  • 11 %  i... B 10 a in. Bermon: "Ha\ •• We 'i i'.--' 'I the Si .. i day S:3u a.m. ^" iit 1-;%  r aervlce %  .1 in Ren bram-e and Pol lm KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. ...I 5:15 p m d sun las and Mon 1 m Mi >nda > and 11...1 llilli; J(l a 11 xl M %  i.il >. 1 \ '!' .. %  I • a.111 — e SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Balm iaj 9 a n Bunili ) 6 Monti j '.• a in \\.'\\ atudentf parti. ipatlna t* Inal das ot 1'.T %  • Iaj 9 a HI yixkor 1<> am e TEMPLE ADATH YESHL'RUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. I Frldas < :i"' p.m. Sermon "Can We Bee Hod?" Saturdag 9 a m. Mlncha •'. Su p in 1.a.t two 'la>."f Paaaover start Sunday 6:15 p.m. Monday '• a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday 8 %  m Memorial aervlci 10:30 a.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5850 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Prlday S:3fl p.ni. Pulpit Rueat, Rabin Banford Beltaer, nearly appointed director, Hoiillieaalatii I'ounril of Reform Conarecatlona. Topic: "Towartla a More Perfect Cnlon." Baturda) 11:15 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Kvan. K.III of Mr. and Mill.-rlii-n OoMbers; Kvan. eon of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zakoria. Mondaj B and :• a-m. Vizkr Memorial aervlcea. Bunda y 8:1 •" p.m. Monday and Tueeday 8:30 a.m., fin*il ilav.if I'aswiii-i, with Yizkor aervlcee Tueaday mornlnf. Beth Jacob Congregation This pJge is prepared in cooperation with the Spiritual Leader* of the Grea:er Miami KdbbinitM! Asm. It < • nob Congregation is the 1 -1 of worship on Miami teach It was founded at David [own 1 n the South Shore in 1925. | j* first building was erected in 29. known today as Whitman a", ir 1 honor of David Whitman. ie main sanctuary was built in •33am! it serves as one of the rsejt mthodox synagogues in State of Florida. Beth Jacob Congregation spearded many traditional instituons in the eommunitv. The first struetion of the Mikvah was spearkilJ I %  „_i_i_; •• tU_l RAHH! MAX A UPSCMITX Coordinator Contriburor; RAHBI SOLOMON SCHIPf GtM of Wisdom ... %  Jacob Hebrew School. The coni^' BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum Baturda) 1:4! a.m. Sunday 4:30 p.m. Monday 8:45 a.m. Mlncha S:1S p.m. %  day T and *:48 a.m. Tlakor Memorial aervlce l*:M a.m. e CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER Conservative. 8755 SW 16th at.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 7:S0 p.m, Bermon: "Weapona .a Survival !>• f. IISIM Ineffei i • Non-Offenalve Baturda] 8 i". a m Bermon: "8oni O' Sons* — Cnanl Alonga" Monday 8:45 a.m. Bermon: "To Bee Sea Red -or Ri id Reed 8ea 6:80 p.in. Paaaover aervlcea. Tueaday 8:45 a. m Tlakor 10:30 a m, l inal Mlncha aervlcea for Paaaovei ii.iii. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con%  .rvti>- R->r-to '• 'id Riehter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Saturday B:So a.m. Bermon: "The Divine Glory." ii P-m. Mlncha Bar Mltavah: Btephan, aon <-i Mr and Mis Irvtaa Mfinii-k. Paaaover aervioea I" --in M nil IV S:-!<1 H m. >< I mon: "The Miracle at thd B*s. Tueaday 8:S0 am Yizkoi 1 a-m. "Wren to be registered at the forev. Academy came from Beth GEMS OF WISDOM M headed by Kabbi Moses Meacheloff, then spiritual leader of the Beth Jacob Congregation. President of the congregation is Morris B. Frank, one of the pioneers of Greater Miami. Under his leadership, the congregation ll the bdlldst trhtoh ur .dUtllbnnn, on the" • u hen u e no longer have Tl I b anger o carry. — BOF.RNE. S • a I 'lilte a fountain;<\efs ascend full and Who's nch today, ) "• i 01 ,.i liimorroic. EXODIS RABBA. • "lie to misfortune is ''in from misfortune to %  quite a dfetance. YUmiM! I'KDVFRR. ot its progress. Serving with him are Aaron Lerner and Morris Krevat, vice presidents; and Marcie Liberman, treasurer. Spiritual leader of the congregation for the last eight years is Dr. Tibor H. Stern, who has brought to Beth Jacob an enviable reputation as a result of his scholarly lectures and sermons. Rabbi Stern is the author of many volumes on Jem ish law and philosophy published in English. Spanish and Hebrew. MOMlS rNA.s* Beth Jacob president TEMPLC BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jafte. Prlday 7:4B to 1:41 p.m.Paaaover Family aervlcea with all children from third grade up. Baturday 11 a.m. • TEMPLE BETH 6H1RAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:1! p.m. Sermon: "When Wlae Bona Aak Queatlon* Baturda) 10 Ifl a in. Torah a< rvlce sermon: "Croaelng Reed Beaa." Cantor t:..uii.-ii win direct the children chorua i" apeclal Paaaover melodlei MrAbraham Pleeman and MrNorman Jacobs will preelda at Ki Monda) 8 a.m. an.l SUa p.m. Tuesday %  •' a.m. Tlakor Memoiial K r < ice 10 am. • TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Raboi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: The Bong of Songa." Inatallatlon of Tempi* officers Baturda) 8:45 a tn. Be-r,,,„, "Th< M..i:-...lali Monday • I a m Bermon: "The Prayer ol Praise Tueada) 8:43 a.m. S< I "What la On itneaa? Tlakoi services 10:13 ...n IrYuk.-r TEMPLE Z.ON 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxm.in. Cantor Sevmoor Hmkes. l-'riilav •'. p m. Sermon: "Inu %  i. .. i, .. ol Paasovi i Bunda) 8 P in Mi %  "' '*"• vlci Tueada) B 30 a in. Memorial aei rioei TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernitk Cantor Albert Glantz. Frida) W p.m. Saturdaj 8 a m paaxo) • • %  i %  • starting Sund Monda) 9 % %  m and S p m. T .-.lav Mi II "i lal sen Ii ea I a.m. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. D'xie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowita. Cantor Maurice Nm Fridav 8: IS p m 8 iturday 9 Sunday 6:43 p m Si venth Uaj 1 over Bve Mondaj 8 a m. and •• • p.m. Tueadaj 9 am. Yiakor Memorial .~ei s loaa • YOUNG ISRAEL. W0 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber. Frldai %  P w Saturday 8 a.m. Ber n "Freedom under Uw." Bunday 6:80 p.m. Paaaoeer aervlees Monday '• a m Bermon Matjeth and Maroi." Tueeday v a-m. Yiakor service l:88 a.m TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Rabbi Nathan M. Zwitman. I Fridav 8:80 p.ni Bermon: "Pai in [sraxt v Reply Langry Men \\h.> Fail t.. rndei stand the Holmesof the Restoration ..f Israel Baitnrday Mondaj 9 a.m. Sermon: -inir FVatl\-al .-f Freedom." Tueada) a.m. Memorial eer\ ie. ami wrniun: "Ttakor—A Time t.. Remember." I CANDUUGHTING TIME 18 Nisan — 6:25 p.m.



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Friday. April 12, 1963 +Jmist fkrMimn Page 7-A j 1 ^^T^ -.._^e < ?^ Knesset Nixes Quiz of Resignation Milton Kahn, treasurer of Kneseth Israel Congregation, presents to Louis Dublin, president, a "Kesser Torah" (Torah Crown] made of sterling silver and wrought in Israel in the shape of a double crown with an ecgie on top. Mr. and Mrs. Kahn brought the crown from Israel and presented it to the congregation in memory of their parents and families who perished under Hitler. ROCKEFELLER ENDORSES MEASURE N.Y. Legislature Limits Sabbath Laws to Gotham %  3C Continued from Page 1-A that he expressed the views of all the organizations participating in the New York City Comittee, which had coordinated their efforts in behalf of the bill. The | rticipating organizations arc the American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Committee. 1 r Veterans, New York i of Reform Synagogues, Synagogue Of America. I Orthodox .Jewish Con• %  %  i America, New York B bbis, National Council Women, Brooklyn Jewish Community Council. Rabbini cal Council of America and the Sabbath Observance Council. Howard If, Squadron, chairmanj ol the American Jewish Congress: Metropolitan Council, expressed disappointment that the Legislature ha i failed to approve the state-wide local option proposal contaii ed in the abandoned Assembly measure. He added thai his organization and other Jewish ps which have been fighting tor nearly a de ade for a Fair Sal bath law would continue to \ ork t"r .i state-wide local option law Continued from Page 1-A stroy Israel, and over the assistance he is receiving from German and other scientists, should not throw us off our balance." "Israels security," the Premier told the Knesset, "is founded on two factors: The deterrent power Israel's defense forces, and our international standing A responsible Opposition—at least in security matters—should avoid statements not calculated to strengthen our international standing." He added that "it was distortion of the •.ruth" to say that the security chief had been "dismissed." The Prime Minister also deprecated press statements alleging that he had disassociated himself trom the statement made three weeks ago in the Knesset by Foreign Minister Golda Meir, who had discussed the responsibility of the West German Government regarding the German scientists at work or. the Egyptian projects. He pointed out that the measures taken by Israel since that discussion, a. 1 a result of a Knesset resolution of Mar. 20, "has not yet been without Success, so far." He indicated that the Ministerial Committee on Security, formed by the Cabinet, will have access to "fullest information" on the entire matter. The fireworks in the Knesset, convened just before the eve of Passover in an exraordinary session, started immediately after Mr. Ben-Gunon told the House that the problem of the securitychief's resignation could be discussed only by the special Minis terial Committee or by Parliament's own Committee on Security and Foreign Affairs. The latter, he said, will resume its discussion of the subject, but a plenary session of the Knesset is not the proper forum for such a debate. Menahem Beigin, leader of the right-wing Herut Party, assailed the Prime Minister, charging he negated the Knessett's Mar. 20 resolution, alleging that Mr. BenGurion had "forced" the security chief's resignation, and saying that the latter had been made a "scapegoat." He alleged that the Prime Minister, who had been on vacation when the issue developed last month, had "cut fhort his halic'ay to set into motion a series of measures designed to mute and tone down the Knesset's resolution." Ishar Harrari. of the Liberal Party, scathingly attacked the Premier for allegedly withholding the reasons for the security chief's exit. He said Mr. Ben-Gurion kept the full information back from Cabinet as well as from Parliament, asserting today's special session was caused "by Ben-Gurion's failure to fulfill his parliamentary obligations." For the left-wing Mapam Party, Yaacov Hazan said the Premier had three choices after the Mar. 20 resolution. These, he said, were: Blaming the Bonn Government tor the work of West German nationals in Egypt by accepting the Knesset resolution, despite his own views; bringing pressure on his coalition partners to reverse the previous decisions; or resign. He charged Mr. Ben-Gurion was "unwilling" to adopt the first course, "unable to effect the second course" and "avoided" the third Instead, he alleged, the Premier adopted a fourth course Cedars Starts Final Construction This week saw the beginning of construction at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital to complete the build u.jj's upper three floors. Since opening in November, 1961. the hospital has operated at maximum capacity of its 108-bed. three floor quarters. — "to disregard the unanimous Knoset resolution." He also criticized the decision made by BenGurion against publishii g a White l aper on the German s.ientists at work for Egypt, holding "there v as no proof that this would damam 1 the prestige of the nation." v pmc CLEANING KUJI.p A | NT | r ,: G .1 TKE-GAV!l-SB£570S-SlA1E ft miTcm uisiu cmionui s^c^r: THE FINEST GUARANTEED White Roof Coating SPRAY SERVICE PL 8-1865 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED MUDS TOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All four Furniture, Clothing, Linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. 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Friday April 12. 1963 fJewteti FkrfdK&rr Page 3-A Israel Ambassador to Address Seder Celebration One of Israel's top diplomats abroad, Michael Comay, Ambassador lo OH I'nited Nations, will be ,,,.,.! oi ri'>nor at a traditional third Seder celebration Saturday e \eninp t the Fontainbleau Hotel. •pir y !<-r is being held here under the auspices of the Busirest and Professional Council of Kupat y.'-^m. Currer project of the Greater Miami Council is a $400,000 Medical Center shortly to be erected in the Negev of Israel. The local Council Mas pledged $200,000 toward tc-Mletion of the project. Annc. r >ced this week by Moshe Brrman, executive director, were Jeccb Rifkin and Mrs. An iu Brenntr Meyers as the newest founders of the Medical Center They will be joining jack A Cantor, Jack S. Popiek, and W %  asm Bornstein, also revealed • •. founders during the 'past fev. weeks, in being honored at the *Mrd Seder "for their dedicat'C>n to Israel's medical arm, Kupat Holim," one of the most important undertakings rn the Jev :.i State. MfKIN MRS. MYERS Jack A C;:ntor is serving as honorary chairman of the third Seder celebration. Mrs. Anna Brenner .Meyers ichairman of the Greater Miami Business and Professional Council. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Tern-' pie Beth Sholom. and an honorary chairman oi the Council, said this week "We hope our community will turn out in force Saturday evenNer Tamid Reelects Shaw aual membership mceth:. oi Temple Ner Tamid held releently, Murray A. Shaw was releiected i serve %  > second term as i evident Othei ers on the slate are |L<>iii~ CotaeB, executive vice president: Alex T Eig. Michael Glahirr Morns Miretsky, vice presi%  dents: Srnour .1 Horowitz, treasurer; Irving J. Egel, recording Isecrctar.. financial secretaries, lEra Rosenfeld and Joseph Kahn; iPaiil H ress, corresponding seeIn" .in rv--' '*2"o .MTOI? "" BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Booth JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Board members are Irving J. Egel, Aaron Eisenstein, Mrs. Henrietta Fine. Adolph Greenbaum. Samuel Oreenfield, Louis Hirsh. Louis Hoberman, Symour J. Horowitz. Josph Kahn, Harry Lieberman, Dan Piver. Paul H. Press, Max Raskin, D. Dale Regent. Era Rosenfeld, Joseph Silverman, Tob ias Simon. Irving C. Spear. Judge Louis H. Stallman and Mrs. Sadie Trashy. Trustees inelu le Louis Cohen. Dr. Ben D. Fabric. Ezra Finegold, Louis .1 (Jold. William .1 Harris, Murray Rottenberg. Jacob Sapir stein. Eugene J. Schwarz, Murray A. Shaw. Mrs. Fannie Sklar and Maurice L. Zaretsky. In-tallation ceremony in scheduled fur th" month of May. ing for the traditional third Seder. It will be a most opportune occasion to hear a message from Ambassador Comay, who is one of [srael's most distinguished statesmen, as well as to honor the five recently-announced founders of' the Kupat Holim Medical Center in Beersheba." Rabbi Kronish, who spent last 1 summer in Israel on a study tour, was present at the official choos-1 ing of the site for the new Medi-1 cal Center, which he termed "an invaluable contribution to Israel's future well being." Mrs. Meyers, this week named chairman of the Women's Division for State or Israel Bonds in Greater Miami, is a former women's campaign chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, was first president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties, and the first woman elected as vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. She was organizer and first president of the Florida Women's Lawyers' Assn.. and served as treasurer of the National Association of Women Lawyers, as well as treasurer of the International Federation of Women Lawyers, of which she was a vice president. n presenting the United States. She is a national vice president of the Women's Division of the American F'riends of the Hebrew University and a former national vice president of the American Jewish Congress. She was the first woman to be elected presideal of Jewish Family Service here. A member of the Dade County Board of Education, she is a former vice chairman of the School board, and in 1958, Mrs. Meyers won the Outstanding Citizen of Dade County Award. She was also a recipient of the 1959 award oi the .National Conference of Chris tians and Jews. Jacob Rifkin, formerly of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., was a leading member of the Zionist Organization of America there. 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%  Fridg Y' April 12, 1963 •f./mUii fhridiar) Page 5-A Germany Says it Can Do No More BONN — (JTA) The West Ger nan Government, under steady prodding from critics at home and abroad, said this week it had dum all it could regarding the -do tists and technicians working on idvanced weapons in Egypt. Aiier a second Cabinet meeting in two weeks on the issue, the Cov rnmcnt said, it was still considering what steps to take to get the scientists and technicians to droi their work and return to \vi> Germany. Critics of the Government said that a strong decl ration, preferably before the Bun k stag, and an assurance that the Government would not merely i insider steps but would take then was needed. I %  West German Confederate, of Trade Unions called on the Government to act and said tha West Germany, "above all cot ltries, should avoid all actiors which endanger world peace or threaten the existence of Israel." At the same time, a croup of Bundestag deputies fro -> three parties issued an appeal to the Government to urge the weapons experts to stop their work. Tr !> said they "condemned" such weapons work and they pror ised to introduce legislation • > n such activities The demand *a9 the strongest yet made in Wes Germany on the issue, it paralleled a similar demand made by I r, Carlo Schmid. a vice president of the Bonn Parliament, who! al>o charged that the scientists wen acting in violation of the Wes German Constitution. Tr • article in the constitution to which Dr. Schmid referred dedan s that any act tending to dis-' turb peaceful co-existence of na-1 ?ion> or leading to preparation of an ffensive war is unconatitu HIP: The article also specifies that weapons of war can be made, shipped and distributed only with i Government approval. Dr. Schmid, who is a member of the opposition Social Democratic Party, also asserted that any person helping Egypt to produce rockets, warheads or any other "devilish means," was making war more likely. He also warned that successful development of such weapons might some day encourage the Arab countries to change "the political situation" in "one brief stroke." This comment was seen in the context of the unremitting threats of the Arab countries to destroy Israel. LOUIS WtCHSLt* Scholarship Fete Picks Chairman Louis G. Wechsler, Miami insurance consultant, has been appointed chairman of the Miami YMHA "Annual Scholarship Night," it was announced by Stan! ley Spieler, president. The annual event, which raises funds to provide scholarships so 1 that needy children may attend the summer day camp program of the "Y," will he held Saturday evening. Apr. 27, in the Cloud Room of the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Also serving with Wechsler are Mrs. Xthan Cynamon and Sam Gordon, co-chairmen, gifts; Mrs. Herschel Leschel, Mrs. Arthur Stein, Mrs. Stanley Spieler and Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal. finance;] Mrs. Max Waas. central control; Herschel Rosenthal, advance ticket sales; Stanley Spieler, person; nel; and Max Waas, prize con-: tiol. Fisher to Speak At Fla. Confab Leon Fisher, executive director of Jewish Family and Children's Service, will be principal speak-. er at a Florida Conference of Soc-j lal Welfare in Palm Beach from .Apr. 24 to 26. Fisher will discuss "Current; Image of the Family Service Program" in an Institute focused on family service and the role the agency must play. Mrs. Florence Sinclair, of the JFCS staff, will also participate. Fisher has just returned from Louisville, Ky., where he attended a southern regional conference of j the Family Service Associations of America as a speaker on "The Executive's Role in Personnel Administration." 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VHP Page 8-B *JtadkA /lrx-*Tf=r Friday. April 12. 1963 J7M ^e fKea/m of Society 'vte Continued from Page IB aneous Speaking during the District National Forensic League Tournament held last month in Cleanvater. Fla.. will compete in the national tournament to be held in June at Rice University in Houston. Tex The 16year-old daughter of Dr. and Mrs Leon Manheimer. Joan ia straight-A junior at Beach High Shes a member of Sorotta Service Cub. vice president-elect of the Classical Club, and serves on the Chaplain's staff ... In addition, t'.e talented teenager i. a fine pianist Mrs Abbe Lane giving a luncheon for daughter. Abbe Lane, on Saturday in the Fleur de Lis Room of the Fontamebleau It will just be a small group of close friend* Abbe and husband Xavier Cugat open the following dav for a week's engagement at the Font. • A 40-year separation will come to an end when Mrs. Anne Hutterer. of Jerusalem, arrives for a visit with her sister. R< (Mrs Jacki F.lbaum Doth born in Czechoslovakia. Mrs. Elbaum left her native land in 1923 Her sister remained, then spent the war years in Poland, where she lost her husband, finally making it to Israel in 1950 Now they'll have a tew weeks to become reacquaint ed and catch up on the many things they have experienced in the intervening years. a Bon voyage party for Anita and Joe Molien. leaMn; -non for an extended stay in Europe, hosted by Evelyn and Ben Clein in their home at "175 SW 118:h St. A former president of Temple Beth Am Brotherhood. Joe and his wife surrounded by well-wishers Rabbi Herbert and Mrs Baumgard. Cantor and Mrs Charles Kodner. Beth Am presi dent. Joseph Altschuller. and his Mrs.. Virginia Also the Max R;i-kins. George Malins. the Jer ry Anapols. the Marv Stein>. Joan and Ted Schwartzman Edith and Jules Freeman the Sia Glukstads. the Seymour Leo-. Stan Wellins. the Norman Greens, the Sam Steens. Joyce Birchstein. Jerrv Robin.-on and Hedv and Don Carlin Same weekend the Clems daughter. Judy, attended the Southeastern Federation of Tem pie Youth Conclave in Jax Met many of her friends from the summer she attended Tem pie Camp in Cleveland. Ga. where she II he returning in August. A 65th wedding anniversary celebrated this past weekend I,. Sara and 1-aac Seelig. both 8" Winter visitors here for th. pasl 25 yean, the couple was honored at c dinner party Fn day evening at the Morton Tow ers, where daughter Mrs. Mir iam Kobley maintains an apart ment Toasting the couple Isaac's sister. Mrs. Minna Kahn with son. Dr. Solomon Kahn. an wife. Rae Also grann son. Dr. Ronald Kobley. and hitwo young ones Close friendRosalynd and Joe Geicher. Mr and Mrs. Emanuel Josslolf, Bi.i Me>er> and Mr. and Mrs. EmU Salmon The Seeligs ended their current three-month visit and left Sunday for their hom> in Cincinnati, with daughter Far nye (Mrs. Michaeli Eitiinger Students Take Part in Beth Am Friday Service Mrs. Louis Grossman (left 1 president of Temple Zion Sisterhood, and Mrs. Alfred Waxman. wife of Temple Zion's spirtual leader, set a Passover table in Burdine's fifth floor China Department prior to the opening of the Passover observance .ast Monday evening. Passover will continue through next Monday and Tuesday. Donor Awards For Harmony Mrs. Sidney Teper will preside i the donor awards and election l officers of Harmony Chapter, :;'nai B'rith Women, on Wednes< ay evening at the Washington ederal Savings and Loan Audi• jrium. 1234 Washington Ave. Special guests will be Mrs. Al. e I Reich, president of District and Mrs. Stanley Goldberg, riapter service officer. Mrs. Moe Hinden, historian, will resent a report. I AM THE BEST TAILOR town. IS yrjrt in Miami, all types • kf.ioni far man ana) woman S. Drvekar, 19 N.E. 3rd. Si. Ph. FRanklin 4-1166 Attend services tEis week otijour own worship :BIRTHDAZE: A son. James David, was born Apr. 2 tc Joni and Stanley Tate. He joins brother Kenny 11, and sister Linda H. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morton Greenwood. Paternal grandpar-' ents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tatel-! man. • • Rhonna and Shelley Aberman are parents of another son, Neil ; Allan, born Mar. 31. Two other children in the family are Howard Scott 5. and Lori Ann 3. Maternal '• grandmother and great-grand; mother are Mrs. Nat Sater and Mrs. Anne Kaplan. Paternal j prandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sol i Wolf. • a Jeffrey Jay was born Mar. 25 to Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Glover, 42 I Samana Dr. The new child has i a sister, Joan Barbara 4. and brother Alan Morton, 17 mos. Maternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Landau, N.Y.; paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Israel Glover, of Miami Beach. First Bid for Office Making his first bid for political office is William M. McDonald, who is running for City Council of North Miami Beach. Editor of a • weekly newspaper. McDonald is on the publicity committee of the I United Fund. During Friday evening services last week at Temple Beth Am, conducted by Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard. Cantor Charles S. Kodner and the choir of the sixth grade class of the Religious School offered the musical portions of the program. CfclMran partii ipatlne were Karen Boacoi Keren Casper, Davida Coben Lyons Fur-man. Junle Goodman, .!:>. ki. Opaaaan, Bather Levy, Bonnd Ann Uplnaky, Randall Cromer, Even Douglas, Scott Dreyfus. Charles Fark.i>. Aain l-"\. Jay Fr;inkt-1. Andrvw M.ll-r. !tarry K'.ffiiian. Larry Lewis, Andrew Maries, Howard Btlchaelson, Harr> Morse, Steven Pallot, Robert Ft sentaal, Uarj Sacba, Oar> Schwarts, Douglas Wohlgemuth, Ir--n. Abbott. Marcla Paid, Deborah Ran*, Carol Schwarts, Cathy 81m-. Lynn Stublns, Barbara Wltus, Erie Batoff, Russell Bh-ck. Stevei Brill. Kenneth Burns, Joel rVirsteln, Lawrence Furman. 1'atil Heydemann, David Klein, Michael Kllngennan. ir\ini; Lawrence. Paul Relken, Stephen Rogers. Barry Bchwarti Joseph Schwarts, Scott Segal, Ra %  moml Shapiro, David Shi. lai Stern, Bruce W'elnsteln, Jerry Waxier, Sandra Arkln. Judith Aronaon, Judy Bernstein, sun Qllbert, Kai en Gottlieb, Debra lir^.n, Janet Joe. ; i. • Bhi lla BUberman, Lauren Siesel. Janls Sombsrg. Wendy WCM.I. Robert Benin, Clerald Knsri. Oary Pajrln, Donald Oarveti Mar.Kay< li.i. i Klin. Paul Kram.-r, B Krueger, Michael Lefkove, Mark LeitM.n. Jefr Mill, r, Murray Perch Alan BaBman, Richard Schwsrts, 'Strokes 1 Will Be Discussed A film and talk, both titled "Strokes." will be on a special program presented by the American Federation of Senior Citizens on Monday evening at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. 1234 Washington Ave. Guest speaker. Dr. Burton Levin, member of the Speakers Buteau of the Heart Association of Greater Miami, will be introduc! ed by I. C. Cahail. director of Dale i Carnegie School in Miami. Chairman of the program is Mrs. Fav Levy. Tndd, Michael Ztti i iara Abel, M..nlia A I hi li I I I %  i %  • FUhman, Asa Hacker. Min | Harris. I.it. la Ho Igee l N bun Kltn an, I • m< Lan Donna I. ti in B isan Luboa. Mai Avlck. Norman Bambers Danl< Cowan, Edward tJoMsteln, David J.,l.!..n. Robert Kronengi.M. H I., small. Robert Llppman, Richard Paradlea, Brent ProbUisky, Dennl* Rafkln. Steve Relsman Andrew si-.: >• •• Sherman, i lai • %  SoloPaul Tumarkln, Philip Zrskind, an'l Bt< %  • 1 Tusln. 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ft-*M ffcea/cf Friday. April 12. 196" Garden Clubs Plan Convention the Garth, voaag beech, and MrMai leuita iu*r> Mw tW '. • %  > iU char sta'e board dinner air u>M -;. it: ?.-•-' Oier ;.• deiefate* repr* a= l.Mt zardea caahs and circlrt. : far ~F n 3aa. rs E4wm B >r:z at SU5. Beaeh. state eeaOther iocs! waaeea serocg a etua*xerare X ry a aari Mn J 2 Pfh -oa Mr? A vepoer. m o e e Saa tor of betel jerrx**: MrRose I JWV Auxiliary In Meeting Here -*.ec~e /..-./. zar r.zs;'h ..-. > % %  „%  %  T v eprir.c :;-:r:t-;e c: :.-. : -..-.--.Brcr.cr. L^ccr-.,* -.: -.he Dated SynoYr?'^ r SA^-.*rr.'--. crre scp ... Mn Heavy <~ 7 Mrs .'•"-.•--.Eecicer Mrs ?:.;• H:: *..and Mn Ha cere Mrs A^.ry; -.-...re.^-.-.e -..-.r_-: and Mn Men :.: E liana War \ I 1 r ..• %  •:-: %  TV awe ted b* •'--.". Sciwe-de^. 3c*tv*" rc"w an Mrs Hcrcid ?*..-„-.-.-•: v ;-\ baosi deau. and MrMarti S*BJM: trea \ie 196MM slate i Praawi and Hygiene Untl Has Speaker .. > dat Ml a uft ay Dr. Maar•cc Wei ea Satm I 13 pat .'.%  wr-<..-*-*: ;#> ".ft* fjfi' <-? v aaatea aaaarieaa NV. .*-r.e yy.'-; and aae be %  -. %avini and Loan :ZA > %  oa Are. da president of the p Rigid Inspection At Manischewitz Tr. 1 tereat in .peg %  -. n k ai lac C aaa d tai eatioi Beard %  tH at lac • a* %  • : %  / -• the toarce of the fi the God'i i^k<.- M al North:i lern Manitoba These -.olur. oeetion cootroli arc exctoe wita the eoaaaal The inipectlsa icrviei reea tb* constant attendarce of a Canin Government official whose J'J V) inspect all fish reres the plant, and '0 see that the plant faeiMtiei ar.'l personnel Women's Leogue Mops Details For Conference MrMann gaatta. conferftc* chairman of the Florida Branch of the National Women 1 League of the L'nit*rue I Aflasrica. :hui -seek .-: member; *ho 'A'.r -..J -he i U the conference The thir-i annca: affair nfl be •I oa Haj : • J Mr S -me D '• %  • Buii" M r : that a riea Braaeh czpccti ?/; terboodi Tell your husband you made them yourself. m\iiw# =w %W CL£A*s**r=: CERTinEO KOSHER AND PARVEC AJAX h s used in more than rwwre as many New Yor* Jewtsh homes as an/ ot^e' cleanser* No won tier' A;ax has Scour Power that gets out Stains even straight liqu d t-eacn can't reac-. For black pot-rarks. g'eas* Mm and sti.r... ing : ea-s a*xf beac'*s ">tcrfa. ? %  %  Product of Colgate-Palmol. a. i (Just don't forget to throw out the empty box). Milmiy f—4 Products are KaaWff %  ip to t^ie nzid recjjjrerr'-'. liaa Goreraaaaal Spec Board Bernard aTawinaaailx. PtaitdVnl of the Tj-year-old Mar.schewiTz Caaaaaaf', stated that "tlai wiD further iaaare, at the soarae, 'he high quality of the fiafa u-ed ir, the nianufacturirik! of Maniscaeants GeflMc Fi,h' —ST Perfect A Kswerf I New : Delicious I Different • Nova Scoria Solmon-Lox • Imported Herrinej la Cream er Wine Seuee • Chopped Herring • Lex li Cream Cheese Spread NOW AVAILABLE AT YOUR FAVORITE SUPER MARKET (MM PIOOUCTS AIE PACKED FtfSM DAILY IN 4, 6 Oe 8 OUNCE CONTAINftS ON MIAMI BIACH, FlOtlOA JE 4-44S6 r\ TO LOW CALORIE MEALS S*rv that weighty p r oblem serve plenty of m/tritiaus, flavorful Auoutt Bros brood made from select spring wheat flour contains no thortenin*. • PttMPftSfiaCEl • tONEMIAN tTI • IA6EU • VIENNA • EOC TWtSt • FtENCM BIEAB •£(* 104It • HASO totl' 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 1837 MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild Fblmolive -• w; b Massage vigorously with w refreshing miM paimelive .' lather. Rinse and pat dry. b Repeat 3 t-mes 1 day. TRY NEW PALMOLIVE SOAP IN PASTEL GREEN OR PINK



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the r W. oman s "World "Jewish Flor idiaxi Hillevi Schine Finds Happiness at Home M: = Florida. Friday. April 12. 1963 Section B Re:r :ig congratulations oi Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt • Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, named chairman oi the s Division, and Leonard Rosen, named chairman of :ei Miami Corr.mihee for State of Israel Bonds, last night at o social affair in the new Roosevelt home i Beach., The leaders will be installed at an Israel lenco Dav Dinnei on Apr. 28 in the Fontamebleau See story, Page 1-A). So lorsnip hip For Norland Senior I : \ I ferr tin: UH • Clul B'n; can SI am \K ar.il Bttcl ior | Uiai i n Rosenborg, a senIIP Norland Senior High, awarded an annual Si. TOO ip at Carnegie Institute ology al PitUburgh, Pa. it .it Little River EleEdisOO Junior High and N nior High before traiisNorland, Sheila is a Na' rii finalist, a member of :ul Honor Society, French rrotl Service Club and ritb Girls. She plans a a librarian. is the daughter of Mr. Nathan ROBOnbeag, 5800 St.. No. .Miami Beach. a brother. Michael, who North Miami Beach Jim The family came to in Pittsburgh nine years SMILA lOSfNBfffG vT 0 J bv ISABEL GROVE Mrs. Strauss Reelected Reelected for a second term a.president of the Junior Auxiliary Oi the Jewish Home for the Aged, Mrs. Barthold J. Strauss heads the slate for 1963-64. Serving as vice presidents will be Mrs. George Israel. Mrs. Joseph Epstein, Mrs. Louis Bresler and Mrs Morris Ratner; record ing recretary, Mrs. Harold Rosen: corresponding secretaries, Mrs. Frank Biaunstein. Mrs. Clara Silversteen and Miss Rena Stem; financial secretary. Mrs. Joseph Namm; treasurer. Mrs. Ann Lip stock Next scheduled event for the group is the annual donor lunch eon and entertainment to be held on Tuesday. Apr 23. at the Deauville Hoicl. By FRANCES LEHMAN Lovely Hillevi (Mrs. David) Schine is as beautiful today as she was when she won the Miss Universe contest back in 1955. Born in Alsta. Sweden, the future beauty queen excelled in Sportl and gymnastics, as well as in hand ball, and was chain pion high-jumper in the province of Upland. Learning to swim in Sweden, where the summers are brief, is compulsory in the first grade, and the schools' also make arrangements for skiing trips to the mountains during the winters Hillevi laughingly recalls that she always was impatient for the cold weather because she particularly loved the skiing. The Lovely Interpreter When she was ready for college. Hillevi's family moved to Uppsala, where she attended the university, majoring in languages. Following graduation. %  he wont to Spain as interpreter, and it was on her return home that she was asked to participate in the contest which would short Iv change her whole way of life. HILLEVI THEN She came to America as "Miss Sweden" and eventually became •Miss Universe."" winning among Other prize.-, a contract with Universal Studios In Hollywood, the blonde starlette received a complete train Continued on Page 5-B SUNSH'NE F.AS-"ONS \\ Completely Carefree... R&K" Costume Of Arne 25.95 anniversary [estivUies Saturdaj night with cock the si.rtside home of F.tiy %  id Bernard Weinman, who arried 25 yearago in New v iks Concourse Plain "'' the intimate group of 20 "'"' n to the Thunderbird for d the show, all planned 1,1 friends of the honorees, and Bernie Reich 1 included Etty's mother. %  > Esther Reicer, of New The Welsaman teenliter. Randy, son Jerry. graduate from Florida n at Lakeland, his pin Linda Shorn, attending the %  ty of Miami and her parents, the Maury Shems First year in their new home at 5630 Twin Lakes Dr., F.rma and Bernard Rosenblatt did a turn-about and hosted the traditional family holiday dinner on Monday evening Enjoying the role of guest*. Bernard's mother, Mrs. Rose Coldfarb. Er ma'S parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Harr\ Kdelman, and her aunt and uncle, Ruth and Barney Rosen berg, with their two And the Rosenblatt children Leon 15. Jack 13 and Paula Robin 10. a Joan Manheimer. who won first Place in Girls ExtemporContinued on Page 6-B Our R&K Originals costume is like a cool breeze for your tropical summer -needs no pampering, loves soap-and-water, drip-dries ready to wear. A great traveler that won't wilt or crush when packed. Sleeveless dress has unpressed pleats. jacket is lined Black/white or turguoise pin-stripe Misses' sizes Just say. "charge it!" MISSES' DRESSES MIAMI THIRD FLOORS ALSO DADELAND MIAMI BEACH 163rd STREET SHOPPING ; CENTER FT LAUDEROALE. W FST PALM BEACH



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r Friday. April 12. 1863 +Jewlsii ftorldlton Page 11-A Meir and U.S. Envoy Discuss Arab Refugees JERUSALEM'S(JTA) — Amerjtan Ambassador Walwurth Barbour met this week with Prune Minister David Ben-Gurion and Mrs. (Jolda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, in what was reliably reported to be a resumption-of talks on the problem of the Arab refuThe meeting was officially reported to have dealt with a re\ iew of regional problems. The talks were In line with a. previously reported United States Initiative, dating back to the previous United Nations General As-i mbly. to seek an end to the deadlock on the issue. The resumption oi she talks in Israel were delayed by the Prime Minister's recent vacation. The issue was taken up last December at a meeting between President Kennedy Mid Mrs. Meir in Washington. I si •el's stand in the parleys with the United States were worked out last January at a high-level meeting of the Prime Minister, Mrs. Meir and Avraham Hirmin, Israel's Ambassador to the United States, and Ambassador Michael Comay, head of Israel's delegation to the United Nations. Following that meeting, the Prime Minister discussed lsrae; %  position on the issue with Mr. Barbour last January. A program to end within the next decade the deadlocked Arab. refugee problem, based on turn ing over the responhibility to the host countries for the refugee camps and on asking Israel to permit the return of aged Arab refugees, was meanwhile proposed this week by Rep. Leonard Farbstein. New York Democrat, m a report to the House Foreign Affairs Committee in Washington. In addition to the two key proposals, Rep. Farbstein also pro posed that the United Nations Relief and Works Agency should stop issuing new ration cards and revamp rolls on a continuing basis lo prevent fraud and abuses in the ration card system. He proposed also that financial arrangements for relief and continued vocational training of refugees should be made with the host governments through I'NRWA. Mere emphasis should also be placed on vocational training and education and th? young refu %  *$ should be urqed to seek |obs and give up their refugee status, he :aid. Self-supporting refugees and those who have obtainec 1 jobs shot'd be urged to give up their ration cards and the United States should serve notice it will end its support of UNRWA, he suggested. Finally, he proposed thai I r.ul •hould compensate Arabs for property leu in Israel, which Israel nas agreed to do but only in I %  context of a general peace >eV ment which would take into a count the losses suffered by fe who fled from Arab countries v their properties usually confiSC ••d. LAST WFFK ttO** 7W tfOUA, MOAS£y at Our Mass Purchasing for Many Yards Saves You Money ThvrmPH on R-R-C Yard Xrc:r You! Zamora Will Install Officers i li jj services at Temple Zai ondui ted by Rabbi Hershel on Friday evening, the newly-elected officers of the Temple will be installed. is headed by Arthur ch, president; William RaskI Stanley silvern, vice pres; Alfred Finkelstein, financial secretary; William Locke, reig secretary; Hilbert Leavitt. corresponding secretary; and Morris Moskowitz, treasurer. Hoard of directors are Louis Alweiss, Athur Ben, Louis Chartor, Joel Cohen, Herman Douglas, Dr. Michael Fiedler, Leon Honig, Hari M irks, Maj. Sam Miller, Joseph Ostrie and Col Harold Shuman, and Irving Simons. ibers appointed to the reiicomimttee for the coming ire chairman, Joseph Ostrie, M Sam Miller. Leon Honig, llilberl Leavitt, and i.< si v ho is also chairman ol the bi oi the Religious School and the Junior Congregation, PARKING SPACE FOR 3000 Automobiles FT. P'ltn 3700 S Fed Mil Hwv DIPA V M' 37 N E. Ill Av. BOCA RATON 2350 N '.v (.' FT. U'iK-BiUc 800 N E 3-d Av-. N. MIAMI Bt'fl 16160 Biic.iyne Blvd r*>*. -tOCRA ••"00 N W 371^ Ave. 3-ORES i.60 N s. MA St. .*• -v 1.35 N.W. 28th St. MIAMI 1400 N.W. 17th Ave CORAL GABLES 4400 Ponce de Iron SOUTH MIAMI 5891 S. Dixie Hwy. 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Page 2-A >J*mist nrrxfton Friday, April 12. Federation Sets Annual Meeting May 26; Local Agencies to Co-Sponsor Event Here agencies, national defense agenthe single annual communit> can cies. ,and overseas organization? paign LION KAHAN I^eon Kaplan, chairman of the trual meeting committee for the Silver Arj-.i\erary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, this week announcer! that Federation's meeting this year will be held on Sunday even:n;;. May 26. at the Seville Hotel. Kaplan said that the meeting heen ^et at this date to resolve a conflict with a meeting scheduled earlier by a major Jeui-h iromen'i oraanuauon in the Greater Miami area. 'This is another phase of Federation in action," Kaplan revealed, "which illustrates an overall community consciousness. In the final analysis, this is what Federation is all about — Rosen, Revitz To Host for CJA In keeping v.ith the holiday seaLeonard Rosen, co-chairman of Initial Gifts for the 1963 Combined Je\over Holiday. Asj we recall the exodus of 4.000 years ago, we must surely be aware of the modern exodus in Europe and North Africa, which is bringing more Jewish families to Israel and to France than at any time since World War II," Rosen said. "Not only is it our urgent duty to save thee lives abroad, but our CJA activities are of equal importance at home. The Federation agencies in our own community count upon our support of the Combined Jewish Appeal to alford 25.000 friends an.i neighbors a better life today and throughout the year." WHEN YOU GIVE TO r.i A YOU GIVE TO YOURSELF and YOU HELP BUILD ISRAEL '.'£ '\ '-a EL.EERG KENT A CAM from S2.50 per day $15 p.-' k I r % p % r L KIBTCi FI.Msil ri.ASTIIC CO. LIME • COLORED PLASTER' Phone 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla.



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Pans ftr-. Fage 8-A vJewisii fhridiian Friday. April 12, 1963 Gershon Miller to be Honored at Joint Jewish National Fund-B'nai B'rith Meet Gershon S. Miller, active B'nai rith leader, will be honored on -?r. 17 by the Jewish National lund of Greater Miami and the .iami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge, which .he is a past president, • ior his many years of dedicated rvice to Jewish National Fund -id B'nai B'rith." Sharing the honors with him will Ve his wife. Jeanette, who has the >ponsibility ot arranging for the .-opearance of 52 speakers a year the weekly B'nai B'rith lunchn club-meetings. Miller, who is an active member on the Jewish National Fond executive board, and Mrs. Miller i eturned recently from Israel, /here they participated in the NF "Me Ami" pilgrimage, together with Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, Dr. Irving Lahrman, chairman of the Foundation for Jewish National Fund, and many other communal leaders in the dedication ceremonies of Miami's twin city in Israel. Miller came to Miami Beach 25 years ago. After five years of MI vice in the United States Army, he attended the University of Miami School of Law. and graduated cum laude in 1948. He was on the Dean's List and lounding chancellor of N'u Beta Epsilon. national honorary legal fraternity, of which he now serves as regional officer. 1 He is a member of the Elks, i Fontainbleau Hotel guest speakC'^ Masons, and served as vice presiwill be Rabbi Mayer Abramouitz dent of Tropical Lodge, B'nai spiritual leader of Temple Minor Brith. He was president of Miami ah. Joyce Farter, soprano will Beach Lodge in 1954-55. For the entertain with a program of musi past 14 vears, he has served as cal selections. Mrs. Miller v. ill 0 f chairman ol the B'nai B'rith fer a dramatic reading for the oc Luncheon Club. casion. The meeting is open to At the Apr. 17 meeting in the the public. GIRSHON S. MIUIH Beachite Establishes 5,000 Tree Forest; Vows He'll Raise $1 Million for JNF IMNAffD SILVEK W. Miami Lodge Installs Officers Incoming officers of West Miami ". cai B'rith Lodge are George H. lish, president; Joseph Sand" ••eiss„Edward Markowitz and %  hilip Krasno, vice presidents; oamuel Lazcr, treasurer; Manuel ussmann, corresponding • and recording secretary; Louis Melniker, v arden; and Edward Markowitz, lairman of refreshments. Newiy-elected trustees are Sidey Elkin. Jack Finkel and Leonard Sornstein. Officers and slate were installed on Sunday. Mar. 31, at Hillel rfouse. with Jack Glick conducing the ceremony. Master of ceremonies was Josfph Sandweiss. Rabbi Maurice \lein gave the invocation and benediction. Presentation of colors was made by Manuel Sussman and Edward Steinholz. A Miami Beachite has established a forest of 5.000 trees in Israel. He is Bernard Silver. Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami this week announced that the forest, to be named the Baal Shem Tov Forest. b situated near Safed. Israel. Leon J. Ell, president of the Council, praised Silver's achievement, which he called "a hallmark in recognition of the continuing land development programs of JNF in the new Jewish State." Silver, a native of Safed, comes from a distinguished rabbinic family, and is himself a sixth generation descendant of the Baal Shem Tov. The family is reputed to trace back to Rashi. He studied in Safed. and completed his education in Europe, subsequently assuming a prime role in the Hebrew school systems throughout Latin America. In Santiago de Chile, Silver edited the weekly "Tenderer Yiddishe Vochenblatt" and helped found the Mizrachi Organization there. His ardent interest in Zionist affairs also took him to the Soviet Union, where he promoted Zionist programs despite the personal danger in which it placed him. He had previously been active in the Czarist regime underground in behalf of the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine. Since the establishment of Is rael. Silver has visited his homeland six times. In recognition of his many years of devotion to Israel, a cultural house, with seating for 1,000 persons, and to cost some I £1,000,000, will be erected in Safed and be known as the Bernard Silver Cultural House. Apart from his continuing interest in the JNF Council's "Me Ami" project here. Silver this week told Dr. Zev Kogan, executive vice chairman of the Council. "It is my ambition, in my remaining years ,to raise $1 million for the Jewish National Fund." ELECT JUDGE SHACHAT As Your Councilman JUDGE MARTIN P. "MARTY" SHACHAT Says: "It's Time To Let the People Win!" • Admitted to the Florida Bar, 1951. • Municipal Judge, North Miami Beach, 19S3-5S, 1958 60 • Dade County resident since 1948.• Combat Veterans, World War II and Member, J.W.V., American Legion and Disabled American Veterans. • North Miami Beach Kniqhts of Pythias, No. 195. • Five-year Member, of North Miami Beach Blood Bank • Member, North Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. • Lives on N.E. 1 75th St., with wife. Jewel and two and one-half children. MY PLEDGE: PROGRESS THROUGH BETTER GOVERNMENT BACK IT WITH SHACHAT r' p..' i Hospital Trustee Endows Wing Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has announced the endowment of a I wing by Elliott Blumenthal, trusI tee of the hospital, in its current building program. Blumenthal is a trustee of the hospital since 1961. 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Fr.day. April 12, 1963 •* kM> nnricJfrtr Page 5-B TIME WITH THEIR CHILDREN Hilievi Schine Finds Happiness at Home ookinjj orner G. Bellin ntioued from Page 1-B course from drama to hone riding but the moving picture reer for which she was being Dined ended abruptly, it was lus tin that she met David lie ; %  > didn't hava a second date •iici b s, when suddenly found they couldn't bear to be apart, and saw one another mi re and more often. The rone was climaxed with their i! ..mage if. 1957. in the oldest .ynagogue in New York City, following which, they came to live in Miami Beach. Sporls Enthusiasts )f the*many places she has visited, Hilievi believes the climate here iias no equal anyi r-. Both she and her husband enjoy the outdoors and devote their leisure time-to swim ag goi: and tennis. Both licensed pilots, Hilievi and I), vid pilot their own plane, flying t" David many business appi ntments is head of the Schine [erprises The Roney Plaza • is on I the organization's ud Miami Beach landmarks. Hil doesn't stay a was long ler home and the red there In the • r Schin ffspring. There's ho attends nurserj : an lings Hebrew ightiuil) Mark; and year-old i; n Keven. Hilievi certaii new arrival, exled it %  fall, will be a | "he Schir. •-. who spend a great i || ol ith their children. I thai older the children the tun they are. >n i cook, Hilievi ughl m %  'V recipes from her Deluding ones [or less certain about traditional holiday dinners and usually calls for help for those dishes. A noticeable difference here, Hilievi tinds, is that religion seems to be stressed more than in Sweden, where people are taken as they are. without too much The variety of dishes which can be prepared from shoulder of lamb is truly amazing. Since the meal la tender, it can be broiled or roasted, as well as simmered or braised. It can be cut into small pieces to make fine stews or ragouts, or sliced as chops to broil or braise. Choice boneless cubes are used for the kebobs which add so much to our outdoor der of lamb 1-8-oz, can tomato sauce % teaspoon dry mustard 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 2 tablespoons dark brown sugar 1 tablespoon lemon juice desired, blend the drippings with 1-2 cup boiling water, and serve separately. This amount makes 5 to 6 portion-. Roast Shoulder of Lamb with Lemon-Like Sauce 2'v lbs. boned and rolled shoulder of lamb 1-3 cup prepared mustard 1-3 cup dark brown sugar 2-3 cup lemon-lime carbonated beverage 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce Insert a meat thermometer into the center of the roast. Place the meat on a rack in a shallow roasting pan, and roast, uncovered, at 325 deg. F. for one hour. Pour off Insert a heat thermometer into the center of the roast, and place roasts or "fine indoor' dimng" Large | on the rack of a shallow roas t" .any "fat which accumulates, "compieces of shoulder lamb may be i in S P an Put >'• uncovered, into bine the mustard, brown sugar, prepared as pot roasts, or cooked: an oven preheated to 325 degs. P., and Worcestershire sauce until HlLLEVI NOW delicious cookies. She's a little inquiry into their religious background. Student of Hebrew Hilievi has now added Hebrew to her language accomplishments and enjoys the teaching sessions with Dr. Irving Lherman at Temple Kmanu El. Both the Schines love music and do everything they can to help make Miami a center of culture, lr addition to listening to good music in their own home, they are members of the Young Patroness of the Opera, and Hilievi is vice president of the Symphony Club. In all, Sweden may hove lost a native daughter and Hollywood a talented beauty, but this community is happy to call Hilievi Schine its very own. in the oven uncovered, just as! and roast for one hour Pour off smoothly blended. Stir in the we do fine ribs of beef. ._„ .. ,..,,:„,. „ „„„„,„,„, r „ m lemon-lime beverage, and pour half When the bones are left in the a y fat h,ch accumula,es Com -, t he sauce over the meat. Roast meat, they give additonal flavor, bine the remaining ingrediems un30 m j n utes longer, then pour the but in the roasts this does require> til smoothly blended. Pour half rest of the sauce over the meat, extra skill in carving. For ease I over the meat. Be sure to cover J Continue roasting until the therin serving, the shoulder may be! the entire surface. Roast 30 minmometer registers the preferred boned and rolled. In this form I utes longer, and pour half of the degree of doneness. Baste with it is a good choice for guest meals j remaining sauce over the surface i the sauce in the pan once during or buffets, as it is not only attrac-'of the meat. Repeat with the rethis remaining cooking time. For tive in appearance both before and I maining sauce 20 minutes later.: meat which is just well done alafter it is carved, but it may be: Continue roasting until the ther-'low about 2U hours total cooking prepared in unusual ways with a mometer registers the preferred time. To serve, place the meat on variety of seasonings. | degree of doneness. Allow about a platter. Skim away fat from the A rolled shoulder roast of lamb 2'-j hours for well-done. Remove j surface of the gravy, and pass the is usually purchased in pieces of the thermometer and place the, gravy separately. This amount from 2'i: to 4 pounds. For a fine meat on a platter. If a gravy is serves 5 to 6. completed dish it should be prepared by the butcher with care, all excess fat and gristle removed, and the meat tightly rolled. If the shoulder is to be roasted on a rack, uncovered, as we do beef, it must be of the finest quality, just as ribs of beef must be. The taste is usually considered to be improved if the meat is sprinkled with salt, pepper, and a little garlic powder, and the surf; co covered with thin slices of lemon. In place of the garlic powder, thin slivers of garlic may be inserted in tiny cuts made in the surface of the meat at even intervals. In Continental cooking, roast lamb is preferred medium to medium-well done. Here, most people like it well-done. To have it exactly as you wish it, use a meat thermometer. For today we are suggesting two recipes in which the meat is roasted uncovered, but the flavor is varied with sauces added as the lamb cooks. The tomato sauce contains only familiar Ingredient but imparts a new, delightful taste to the lamb. The leinen-lime beverage in the second recipe may geem odd, but is really just a nuick way ol yetting a truly delicious sweet-sour taste which hiencls well with the rich meat. Broiled Shoulder of Lamb with Tomato Sauce SM lbs boned and rolled shoulfor information please call: Mr. Jacques Class-JE 2-3600 have a truly luxurious wedding fashion show *• Mcitfng Seville *