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Let's Finish the Job TUESDAY, APRIL 23
ELECT JUDGE SNYDER YOUR MAYOR
PO.V!NENT
CFVK LEADER
SUCCESSfUL
BUSINESS MAN
DIST.NGUISHED
JUDGE
LEVER 2-A

LEVER 2-A
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William M. McDonald
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FOR HONEST-SINCERE-GOVERNMEN-
William M. McDonald
For CITY COUNCIL of NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Cotnt Ob b.,.The Water's Fat At
MIAMI MttJTARY
ACADEMY
SUMMER CAMP
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rndmr, April 19. 1963
+Jewish ncridlian
Page ll'-B
Judge Snyfler
leading Field
juilS1" Arthur I. Snyder on Tucs-
j,y rl!'il ll": highest number of
!L ever recorded in a North
Hiami Beach election.
Judge Snyder is srcking election
B fye office of mayor. He gar-
votea to lead a field
tf four can idates.
5 i, i has been a muni-
cipal judge of No. -Miami Beach
en years, ard a senior judge
.,, yi ars. ii' was recently
president of the Florida
State Municipal Judges Assn.
Jurist' Snyder is a senior part-
IP in the law firm of Snyder.
Young & Stern. He was appoint-
ed special assistant attorney gen-
eral for the State of Florida, and
admitted to practice before the
rs. Supreme Court.
He has lived in No. Miami Beach
for M years, and is a past presi-
lent of Beth Torah Congregation.
Schiff to Chair
Nominating Unit
Lewis Sternshein, president of
Eeth David Congregation, has an-
nounced the appointment of Philip
Schiff, immediate past president.
.. chairman of the Nominating
ittee lor 19t>3-1964.
Currentlj sen ing as vice presi-
dent, Schiff is an attorney asso-
a.'i Judge Albert Dubbin
and Murray Dubbin, newly-elected
ntativc to the State Lcgis

\nmovitz. Harry Marko-
'., Stanley C. Myers and Harry
.ill former presidents of
i ;ation, Abraham Kasow,
se, Louis Seitlin. Jacob
Sher uel Spector and Charles
rn have been appointed to
ser i >chiff.
.', iii'wn .iii-i
nj Mm i
anil lldren.
I II lIn- l ..-. \. i.
Kar .- i i. u. vin
H \. -i GOLDBERG. Mi- Bertha, '- < l*ln
11 i i kpr. 7 .\. m 'i .. n
KANEFSKY. .1.-.th. v". ... ::.'. D.id.
U i.i died A;i il 6. Rlv-a Pillile.
SALOMON. Mi of 7060 S\V 5th
St.. oW M-. KIm rsdde.
SOLOMON. Mi- Minnie,
.hi V\. died Api. Kit -
WAGENHEIM, Mm Beatrice, IS, !
>\\ ."ill Ti i died Apr. 7.
; rdon.
KIRSCH. Saiiiu.l. of 14 Si CollilM
Ave.. died Apr ;. Blank. .
SHER. Itnbert s. IS, | JgJO s\v L'Tth
Ti died v pi 8 I lordon.
SCHWAB:, Luclwlg U ,.f |H EclU-
lui Aw., died Apr. V Blank.
BERC. Kb iilnm, of 510 NW l"Mli
T. i died ai r j Beyer
SCHULKIND. Mi- Bessie, f, at 9812
Collins Ave., di.U Apr. River-
I
SiEGALL. Bernard, S7, 20 s\V 95th
ct .it. il Apr i ItlvernMe.
FARBSTEIN. Rela i-a, 64, Of B3S
i.. \ \ve., died Apr, I. Blaaberg
Newman.
lipowitz, Mm. Minnie, '.:. -r s:tir.
r. n \\. died Apr. l. Rlveraldi
DRESSNER. Max, 72, of ISIS 8W ll
si ill. .1 Apr. S. Gordon.
RE.DER. Mm Fl.....nee, >7, of S4SS
SW -'"Hi SI died Apr. 1. (lordon
WEISBARD. IrxlltK, '". of -'I XE
iHHk T"" ''''l M". i. Him i
HTJCH. Morrla. 72, of :.:.'. rMlin-
Ave., died Mar. :i. tUveraMe.
LEVINE. Si......j Phillip, .:. of :: Is-
land Avi died Mar. II. Rlvemlde
PEISER. Mrs, Rosa, 91, ,.r ;.jm k
Hai Haiour D., died Apr, I. Rl> -
i -
ROSS. Mm Ethel, Tin. of 1640 BW
St.. .I,. Apr. I. Rlversldi
WEISS. Harry, 66. of I Inland Ave..
<1 > M i SI. Rlanb. iR-Newman
WYNN. Mli hael M Id ol I Pine
I dl< d Mar. 28. IUvi i
BALIN. Phil p, 63, of 2S13 SW l"th
si., died A pi -'. Iliv. -i
SOLOMON. Mr.- Faye, ..f "!" K Bai
H rU.r i >i ilk .1 ,\i i Itiver-
ld< .
EVANS. Ilobi i- }: irrj 1611 S\V
1 lih St.. ill. ,| M.ir. PI, i; n ii,.ii.
KA L, II.". 1.a
'oi' I 'i died Mm IS \. uin.iii
SEAMAN. II. iIk i. -.| SW 11th
Si died Mar. ;".'. i lordon.
FINESTONE. Harry, 90, of tit W
tli St died Mar. :'T Rlvendde.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUhVKtt.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 646
RFX1INA WILKINSON,
i'lalntlii.
LEGAL NOTICE
Il IHN DONALD WILKINSON,
I'i f. ml.nit
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN DONALD WILKINSON
;isl So. Hoo> ur St reel
I.,.- Angi I. S, i 'aUfornla
Vou. JOHN DONALD WILKINSON,
are h-nliv notified that a Bill ..f Com-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'F'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59244C
IN Ki:: t:-! He .>f
MAE UAKNA
^RmJtice ro cfcpjTORS
o? All rre*t'.r. and .tTTT^i- 1ft
Ha
Demanda Against ft
T..
Ins Claims

v.. i are h< reby notified and r- -
quired i" preaent an) elalmi and d -
mandu uhleh vou niny have uualn
the eatate of M IE DANNA decea*
late of l'i|. County, Kkulda. to ti
Count) JudKea of D County, at
serve n cop) of your Anawer oi
Pleadlnn t" the Bill of Complain! on
the Plaintiff i attorney, SAMl'EL
ILETCHER. I60-5th Street, Miami
Bench 51, Florida and file tli. ..ria-
BROMBERG. Meyer 7i ::',"1 Col- '"''' Vn,w*'1 "r Reading In the office
Hi'- Avi died Mar. 27 Kiveralde "f ""-' '",''1'- "' 'hi I'lrcult Court n
GOODMAN. Merer I ( 30S4 SW 4th"" Wtll day >! -May. 1!"'.:1
Si ill ,| Mar, :'; Rivem l< >"'' '' *> o, jiiagmeni ,> ...
ROBBiNS. M&rouii, B2, { .".l'i llili <' '' Hl" taken agalnat you fur
the relief demanded in the Bill of
plaint for Divorce ha been filed file the same in duplicate and .<- pt
iu, and you are required to|vlded In Section iii 16, Florida 8U
' ,u. -. in their offlci In the I "o in
Courthouse in Dade County,
a thin .-i\ oaJendar months from tl
time of tin first publication herai
di tin aanie in be barred:
Dati .1 al M ami, Floi I la, this U
ht) Of April. A.I>. IMS.
St.. dli i Mar It R \.
WEINER. Mr* Mollle, 74. ..f
I'ennH) h :.i Avi. dli d Mai 27.
mlile
DATZ. Mrs. Oertrnde, 67, ..(
I6O0
Rlv-
I5S6
Mar 25. River-
died Mar. :';.
M< ri li.in Avi
Hide
lfvy will am,
Gordon.
SAUL. Mrs. Carolyn It. 7:!. of :.nj
12th SI .1 .1 M .: 13. Ki\ i -id.-.
BORNSTEIN. Ix-on. 72, of :_'.,.' Bay
Harbor Ter dl< .1 Mar. l".. River-
Idi
ElMAN. ^ll- Bessie, 81, of M" BWI
26th St., died Mar ;".. Riverside.
BIRARD, Edward, 7. ..f 909 i'.'liin
Ave.. died M.ir. Jl Rlvi rslde,
SPERBER. Mi- Sarah. SO, of 11""
Collins Ai, dli il Mai 25. Gordon.
Complaint.
This notici shall be published once
:t< !> week for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH PLOUIDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I lorida, this 12th daj of April. A.D.
I96S.
i: it. i.KATiiKitM.w, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN,
liipu'% Clerk
> wiiki. FLETCHER
:''.. 95th Sir. |
Miami Beach "!. Florida
Attorne) foi Plaintiff
_____________________ I 19-26, ". t-li
LEGAL NOTICE
Building Program
In Final Phase
N k.-t lap of Its $90,000
. program campaign, con-1
ii the new lath Ychurun will begin
:
Jonah E. ("apian is spiri-
ader ol Adath Yeshurun.
Dr. Lesser Will
Be Installed
Dr. Milton E. Lesser will be in-
stalled as president at the annual
dinner meting of the Heart Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami on Tues
day. Apr. 30. at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel.
Other officers to be installed are
president elect. Dr. Edward W. St.
Mary; vice presidents, Drs. Mar-
vin L Meitus, Harold Spear and
Fred Wasserinan; secretary. Dr.
Leonard Summer; and treasurer.
Mr. Harold Friedman.
Dr. Francisco A. Hernandez,
who has served as president dur-
ing I he past year, will present
rds lo volunteers who have
contributed outstanding service to
he Heart Association.
IN THE COUNTY JUDr,c S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE fnuNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59093-B
IN RE Eats
C VTHERINE \ riEAPLEY
U........i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All C dli i ind All I'i rsonn Hui
Ins, i'lal nr I k \--.rn-t s iId
i:-- iti
Vou .t li. r. t.\ ii',iIfled and re-
quired in and il..-
i.'.ind- i\ hi. h '. in hfl \
Ihi Mate of CATHERINE \ IIEAD-
I BY di a* 'ate of I indi Counu,
Florida il Com ludtri ..f Pade
ind In !in'i. .i
ind ,i- -i in s...ii..n : | id
l i. i i St ituti -. In ,;'. i" offlei h in
the "ounl i1 I'm n 1 lade i 'mm- :
iv, F I i'i hIx calendar
months from the iim. ..f the first
iti n hi ri "f. or the same ill
: red.
I iat< il al Miami, hi* 21sl
da) of March, A I.....I
II VRRIETT DIXON
\- \ .itrlx
!K XICHl 'I. VS
\ ttorm vl \i InlHtratrlx
\ W 12th Avi Miami. I la.
I iv-:'i;. ". :'.-in
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREKY U1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engngi in
undi the flotltinus name "f
SIX STATE I'AINT \NH BOUT
SHOP at l.'iUl N.E. 130th Si.. No Mi-
ami. Fla.. Intend to reaister nald
name w iili the Clerk ..f the
i 'nil t of Dtidi i 'ountj, I- lorida.
DANIEL '. MILLER
JAMES R. I ITZSIMMONS, SR.
I '.ii
I 12 -19 i
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE
No. S8970-B
IN RE: Esti......i
JOSEPH V DAVIDSON.
11. ceasi .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I \n iv i -'.n- Hav-
ing Claims "i" Demands >
En ate:
V.. i are hen hj n fli I and
MARIE DANNA
\- Exi \
].: -i |iub Ii Btlon "i this nol
tilth n.i'. of April. 1 il
KCRT w I'.l.l.isi'll
Attorney for Estate "f Mae Danna,
11, i ,.i-iii
tiv Ciiiign -- llldg Miami, Fla,
i 19-2*. : :i-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN th
the undersigned deslrina to engage
m -- under tin- fictitious name i
MtlTEL I'l.NSl'l TAN'T ASSIh'IATI
II !. N.W. .'..'.th S:.. Miami, Fli
inti mis to register i ne t Ith tl
Clerk of ti,. Chi ''' I ''
County, k;..rid.i.
..I l,l' AMERICAN LAND CORP.
i wm r
-: 5 :l-
FREE
WK MOVE MOIVEY
Vany folks ask us when thry open their
WASHINGTON FEDERAL account if
' -i's any charge for ring their
i. i r, of cci'rv is NO.
-HINGTON FEDERAL will transfer
r savings from any parl of the U.S.
ro you. This free transfer of
Is is just one of the many trie
gs about WASHINGTON FEDERAL'S
wonderful world of service. And, of
-curse, your savings at WASHINGTON
FEDERAL earn generous dividends paid
compounded quarterly. Accounts
are insured up to 510,000 by a perma-
nent agency of the U.S. Government
Why not open your WASHINGTON
FEDERAL account today and enjoy all of
this wonderful world of service? Save
at any of our 4 convenient offices, or
by mail.
Washington
df) Federal
SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI IEACH
1701 Meridian Ave.1234 Washington Ave.l 133 Normandy Dr.
JE 8-8452
699 N E. 167th St. 945-7675
JACK 0. GOUDQN ARTHUR H COURSHON
SjaaaMl Omkmm (a -
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHEIIY H1VEN thai
'-i-nid. l.ii-in- -- in.I. r ; l' tltliills lliiln. ol
Till; THIll INK RI 'I'M II M>1 W IS
Si ii Kin la Intend to n k-
iMtri ; name iili tli. 'i. rh ..i the
'' i ..i.|. Flor-
ida
ELY ZWIRN
EVELYN PHILLIPS
S i >\\ ii. r-
n'lll l: IK iBBINS
for Vpidli-anta
Mil \v .- Hi ill ih, Fla
!>, i ".-i:'-13
iiulred to iiresenl anj rln Itnn and de
mands which \".-n may havi anali I
tli.- -t.ii. i. m |ih \ l >a\ i Ik .ii de-
ei .i--.I late .! i'. de i V untj. Florida,
thi County Judites <.t" I'ad.- Coun-
ty, .in I fib li. same 111 duplliuite and
as provided in Seellon ''' I Florida
Si.uui, -. in tin in the i'..uii-
i< Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, ivlthln -;\ calendar monthfi from
the i i......f the i ii -i publii hi Ion here-
of, ..i- tli. same "ill be bai
Dated .it Miami, Florida, th
.I..* of March. A.P. 1963.
CORNEIL VAKNER DAVIDS! 'N
A- Exi. :llli\
III IBBRT Si'. ITT K UI'M.W"
Attorne; for Executrix
11 is Ain>l.-\ lluilding
Ml mi 32. Florid i
: J:v i -.-u-::i
,N thc r.iRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERV.
No. 63C 4029
VNTHONY S 1" i.V \
\ s.
UNA I" INATO,
1 ii fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl LINA P< 'N ATi'
r.2-1 Wink',. A., n .-
Jem I'lty, N.J.
You are hi rel>> notified thai a J'
Pompli for l Hvorci hat '
., you, and you ar< r.
. ;,. -, \ .i COP.V Ol v..,.:- Al -
..w i ur Pli .Him- i" Ihe Uill of ""o"
: lalntlff Attornej
I iM \N & I'1 ILTZMAJ
,\ ALVIN 1HK1HMAN, ;i'"' Seybol-
ng, Mil 32. n|
the original Answei or Pleading i
erk of the i ircu
,.,; oi befoti the :"ili day
\i ,. I, II you f.iil I do
in. iii by default will be taken again*
for th, rellel di mandi d In tl
Hill of Complaint
Th < notici shall be published n
eai li week for iur consi i itlve vv< el
... THE JEWIHH PLORIDIAN.
I Mine and i mli i il at Miami, I
this 1 h lay ol April, I M
E. B. LF:a rHKRMAN, Clerk.
I'ii.uli Court, Hade County, Florida
By: K. M LYMAN,
'Ii rk
SHKVIN, tloOPMAN .v HOLTZMAN
:;.. s. j bold Bu li
Miami :
i: Alvln (ioodman
...'.;. ". I-
LOWELL G.
"PAT' PATRICK
and
JERRY LINET
cf'-nd Ihtlt heartfelt thanks to
their wonderful friends tor the
vote they received last Tuesuay.
We feel that
Jack
GERMAIN
can best fulfill the hopes
and desires that we both
want for North Miami Beach.
WE URGE ALL OUR FRIENDS
TO SUPPORT JACK
ON APRIL 23rd.
Pull Lever 7-A
fOR
Jack
GERMAIN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59005-A
IN RE: Estat. '.f
LILLIAN KI'.Al'SS.
I i. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'redltoi .iii.l All Pi rson> 11
i iL Claims or Demands Against Said mviNtl l ERNFZR
K.-l.i'.
You are hi reby notified and io-
. .i.in- .ind
mands hich havi aaal
the state of LILLIAN K HAI --
...,-, i nti D idi I Ida,
the C Hint} i ulgi of de i "oun-
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IT-
AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 29S3
IP \ LERNER,
Plaintiff,
i f.ildrili: .
NOTICE TO DfcFEND
Tl IRVINti LEUNEH
rt'ellli mi 8
Mil
VRE HEREBY M'Tlt II
. mi
ly, and i luplicnte a and you s ml I
l.lll
l.ri.i Idi d III Stctl i
S'.iI*.it s. in lIn Ir offlci
ly Court! Fli i -
Ida, within
1 ilU-al
if, or thi -.rn.
i' .
Match, \ 11
MARK KAl'l. W
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Vroi fr S
Vti rm ntor
. i *
Miani Fli Ida
in thi
i RAYMONP
WOLE '41 s. v i'.'lii liuldl -. Ml

:l
'
ain
TE '
i; H EATHERMAN. i
^Nl>,
1
OTgnTfled, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones ars
source of very real
comfort to all*
Miami s fxcmsivi iew.sh cr-uuft
, j! dm/ o/m
A-.O COMMUNITY MA
M0 1-7693
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT If.
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 4028
M \\ LEW IS.

BELLE LEWIS,
! '. .. II.I.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl BELLE IJCV Is
li1 Pal n A\enue
i. i ir inch, N- '
\ ... .: ., [| thai a D
,,f Coinplalnl ir I Hvorce ha* be
ou, ..i d > "'i are r
: to servi n cop} you Ai
..m.. hi I., ail ii- i" tne Bill
plaint on the PI
\ I.V IN i ;. H'.VI AN. 'I''. S. vh.il
Huildiii.-. Mil i U, Florida and fli
ihi oriitlnal Vnswer oi Pleadine: i
ft i 'lerh of the
..ni-i mi : ihe -"tli day i
Ma}. l '' If vou fall i" do I id|
merit It) di f lull a ill I" ilni
tl
'
Thli om

mi: JKWISH FLi >RIIH VN
[MINE \ \ i 'i:l ii:i:i:i al Mian
\ A I
K II LEATHF:RMAN, Clerk,
, Com I
\ \M'!:k.
\ \ \ ; \! \.\
Attorney I llff


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C
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c
lb.
WHOLE RIB
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69
c
lb.
BREAST
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89
c
lb.
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PIUS 100 M0CHANTS G*rEN STAMPS
WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE
PIUS '00 MERCHANTS WEEN STAMPS
RACK OF
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5 to 6 LB.
AVE3AGE
79
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PIUS 25 MERCHANTS GREEN STAM5
i!
CHUCK OF
LAMB
15 to 20 LB.
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PIUS 50 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
49
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- GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER
Steer Liver C^c
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PIUS SO MERCHANTS GtEEN STAMPS
Calf Liver
2'2 LB. AVERAGE
1
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PIUS 25 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
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u : .—i•:•:-. py "ie*oir, fcmTLE cae f0 TMOSK rov tore |ketn M_i=H.-sanenxr paber it t feacare; TV f-rat fca^e jwteiga %  :.t--:r -L^-e ^r:>:= 'C-.-i : --:-iI isaL^-r-:.i : ; :;^Fraait i Y.:: •: : :* Coral • Gables I Convalescent Home ? &f • J-s : J — I *T 41 &f .- > lit .** %  ** VlM*: r —t ^\ THANKS // aaAdtetec • Ci ^^ *** T>ew ''. t— I e *:i or T't %  C**—•-• — -; • r:f :41 DiiK XHTIII R I. SXYDER Let's Finish the Job TUESDAY, APRIL 23 ELECT JUDGE SNYDER YOUR MAYOR PO.V!NENT CFVK LEADER SUCCESSfUL BUSINESS MAN DIST.NGUISHED JUDGE LEVER 2-A LEVER 2-A :--::§•-| rd?^z-m% William M. McDonald l'#T£ II. il\ il'Kir ts FOR HONEST-SINCERE-GOVERNMENWilliam M. McDonald For CITY COUNCIL of NORTH MIAMI BEACH Cotnt OB b.,.The Water's Fat At MIAMI MttJTARY ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP 1M*1 KSeATW MUTA0 MUM ML PtA. OPENS JUNE 17 ^t>9r* 4 n S &f OVK Many Sanded Cmiomc^ AWTf tocifioa roc roct c*nnm*a COULTON BROS. Carol Way S.W. 27fh Av. S40 S.W. Hi St. VI INSTALL GLASS FOR EYEMY WRFOSE mm >c n PIATI AW •• -:: ll LiC. GLASS AKD MIRROR WORKS 136 SW 8n STf EfT Phaaw R M 363 •arm 6V. :



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vyo 3 ln..V 7 Apr_ r-rc MM ;jr-i*.:-i4. n.i. wc*. a*wso* IJUB na a. rra* 1200 FREE MERCHANTS / GREEN STAMPS / FREE! FREE! FREEZER SALE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. YouTJ get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, wWe the cut and trim rssure you of better cooking and tastier meds. For maximum SAYINGS, stock your freezer during this sale! V.'wfl CUT and WRAP your fre*er porxka**s &f nc extra charge. PWase place your order EA3LY 'o' rh* wno4a!e CUTS you desire. Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee! BEEF Forequarters C lb. US to 175 te. AVEfiAGE BEEF CHUCK 90 t 0 100 LB. AVERAGE PVUS 50C Macw_ASTS GREEN STAMPS c lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF 69 c lb. BREAST OF BEEF 89 c lb. 30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE PIUS 100 M0CHANTS G*rEN STAMPS WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE PIUS '00 MERCHANTS WEEN STAMPS RACK OF LAMB 5 to 6 LB. AVE3AGE 79 C lb. PIUS 25 MERCHANTS GREEN STAM5 i! CHUCK OF LAMB 15 to 20 LB. AVERAGE PIUS 50 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 49 c lb. GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER Steer Liver C^c 10 LB AVERAGE *J +0 lb. PIUS SO MERCHANTS GtEEN STAMPS Calf Liver 2'2 LB. AVERAGE 1 .25 lb. PIUS 25 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THROUGH APRIL 25 NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87h AVE. *teh*T S hapei q *'*x* 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BCHJLEVAKL IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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Friday, April 19, 1963 fJewistifhrMih/n Page 11-A f founder of Food Fair Stores, Friedland heads the sixth largest nrtail food chain in the United States. He also heads as its president Food Fair Properties, a real estate corporation designed to develop shopping centers in this country. Mr. Friedland is one of the most important financial figures on the American scene, as well as an outstanding loader in civic and philanthropic efforts. He is one of the founders of Temple Emanu-El, served as its president for more than 10 years, and is today chairman of its board of trustees. He it active en behalf of Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the United Fund, the Jewish Home for the Aged, and the Jewish Theological Seminary. Friedland has received national recognition and many awards for his efforts on behalf of civic, philanthropic, religious and eduSamuel Friedland (right), outgoing chairman of the Greater catlontl causes. Miarr-i tsrael Bond Organization, is seen with Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion on one of his recent trips to Israel. Dade Heights on TV Friedland will be the recipient of Israel's Distinguished Service Medallion at the Israel Independence Day Dinner on Sundcy Apr. 28, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. AT BOND FUNCTION APR. 28 Fried/and to Receive Special Israel Citation Dado Heights Jewish Congregation will be represented on "The Still Small Voice over t'h. 7 on Sunday. 10 a.m.. by Rabbi Harold Richler. Cantor Emanuel Mandel and the Senior High study group. Sam lei Friedland. outgoing chairn.jn of the Greater Miami brw Bond Organization, has been %  elected to receive Israel's DistinfuislM Service Medallion. The award .the highest which Israel can b> >tow on a foreign citizen and hitlterto has been presented to Only a haiicvful of individuals. i ind will receive the award (ignition of "his exceptional 1 lo Israel in leading GreatIsrael Bond effort lor • two years, during which community became the I Israel Bond city in the I world i.i, a per capita basis Tr* presentation to Friedland will be made at the Israel InotptTidence Day Dinner celebrating Israel's 15th year of state*.cod at the Fontainebleau Hotn en Sunday, Apr. 28. Coming to Miami to make the; %  presentation on behalf of the State • of Israel will be the Hon. Adini Talbar. of (he Israeli Embassy in Washington. Friedland has long| been known both nationally and locally for his many charitable -acts and his untiring efforts onbe-j half of the community and the State of Israel. As chairman of the board c ranada 1SI.1 MUIDUM ATI, MIAMI BEACM YEARLY BASIS 151 Per Month Per Person Double Occ Including 3 KOSHER MEALS DAILY Eve and Terry Sponder Phone JE 10496 and HV21PV %  J tomCBD MOCT /^COMPACT Lease One At $1.95 Day Per I imiiT IHI CHRISTi soon moniTOf Accurate Complete News Coverage i r 1 Printed in BOSTON I LOS ANGELES LONDON 1 Yea, $22 6 Month 1 Me*#fc, $5.$o 7* ""•• Sheet ••"•a 1$. Matt. r mn* tk -. MNVtt* PB-16 Welcome l%n Honors Special Family Occasions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a. new baby, or moves ro-a new home. 2190 MOTORS v S.W.8*nST When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 ROOF LEAK? i Iff. VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: -. ACME &f > IEOOI 8\<, CO. 685-1952 it CAPE CANAVERAL FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 3585, Cocoa, Florida 4 v.% PER ANNUM CURRENT DIVIDEND, COMPOUNDED SEMI -ANNUALLY MARSHALL Ottll* PRESIDENT AcceMtt Imtured my t4rml Savinei mmi lean fmermce Coreocorie* Are your tires bald and middle-aged? Get Genuine B.F.Gooo'iicii NEW TREADS KAMI ir-'.D DETiH SAME TREAD • SAME TREAD WIDTH as now B.F.Goodrich tire$ ALL 14" SIZES plm ML tti 43c It 57i tni old tiro oil your car or ,U $1 50 Wk.ltwalil Sligkllf RUfeM FULL RETREADED SHOULDER TO SHOULDER GUARANTEED IN WRITING FOR 12 MONTHS -" %  v.^-,.-. Got the Shimmies? Got the Shakes? '< i .".*.... ...IT'S TIME TO SEE B.F.G. BRAKE & FRONT END ALIGNMENT ST** LOCATIONS ONLY SPECIAL 9 95 CHECK. ADJUST, TEST IRAKIS REPACK FRONT WHEEL BIAKINCS ALIGN FRONT IND ADJUST STEIKINC IALANCE FRONT WHEELS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY OPEN A NORTON CHARGE ACCOUNT IT'S GOOD FOR A LIFETIME! MAIN STORE: 5300 N.W. 27Hi AVE. Open 24 HOURS ft ALL DAY SUNDAY MAIN net M. w. m An. KMRM MUM •tit lo.lt. MM M-r. KOUIITIAI "in $—m HIM ftaetor at. ft. UMMMMia MM SMJ NAUAMMU M Mr* MM H.,. *m i w. M •. HUM MAC* MM Mn IMI Mil MM W. HOUTWOOt UIT MMl at Mat* MM] •' 19 7-eae NOtTN IMAM IMM N.W. T A*e. Bt KMT Mt •M M.



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Friday. April 19, 1963 vJewist RcridHan Page 3-A Ham'man Tells Israel That She Also Has Missiles mass destruction and sophistica f cd offensive weapons into th area. Continued from Page M and a request for UnTtedlsiates intervention. Mr. Harriman also replied ^t removal of tho West Cormans mioht eau their replacement "by Soviet bloc personnel •gam forelno. the UAR Into jreater reliance en the Soviet." •Frankly, the matter goes beyond the domestic programs of the (MA and-'the-role played by. German scientists who number perhaps some 300. Of these, ten or so are employed in the rocket program and the remainder in the jet engine and air frame program," the State Department official and former New York Governor asserted. "It is by no means clear that im Jewish Family and Children's Service To Receive National Recognition Jewish Family and Children's service has been designated as the recipient of a national award by ,he Child Welfare League of America. The award is for meritorious service in hehalf of unaccompan led Cuban refugee children, and v ,n he presented at the National Conference on Social Welfare in (leveland, O., on May 23. Leon D Fisher, executive direc log QJ Jewish Family and Chil Service, will accept the award for the agency. During tho past 18 months, Jewish Family and Children's Service provided foster home care for 116 unaccompanied children, and in addition supervised 42 Cuban children in the > home of local relatives." "While the arrival of more chil dren has been suspended because j of the recent events in Cuba, the i agency is prepared to resume this program when the need again exists," Fisher said Wednesday. The Child. Yveitare League of America is the national standardgetting organization in the field of child care services. JFCS is an accredited member agency of the League. The agency's program includes foster care, adoption, and services for the unmarried mother. In addition, JFCS is presently planning the establishment of 8 group treatment home for cmotionallv-disturbed children. the development of the supersonic phasis" in State Department planet trainer and jet fighter U $m\ nir ,g an d some efforts "are neccsUAR or in Israel would affect sersariIy shielde d from public view." lously the security situation in the Middle East. The UAR has been He also said the United States able to obtain high performance was concerned by the arms spiral jet lighters from the USSR and Isdeveloping between Egypt and the I rael has similarly supplied itself j UAR and by the introduction of from Western sources, notably Francc."' He added that an effective defense for Israel had been devised against Egyptian manned aircraU. referring to the Hawk ground-toair missiles the United States will sell ot Israel. In respect to rockets, he said the United States was "deeply concerned" but added, "we cannot consider the UAR alone for Israel too has its own missile program and there are other aspects that must be given consideration." He also asserted that the West Germans working on the UAR rocket program "are few in number" and that it was not at all certain "they would all obey a summons from their government to return home." He also said that in its Middle Last program, the United States had to deal "even-hanJedly with all Ihe states concerned and for protecting and advancing United States interests." Middle East peace has "a constant priority empyDW "r.D WlBeT sin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beoch JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe. Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN -<• "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK V ALL F R 7-1411 > y •rooter Miami'* Large* btermlaeter Concert Pianist, 1970 The sweetest concerto In any home is played in a Minor Key—the Minor, your boy or girl; the Key, your Dado Federal savings aocount. College years are really only moments away for your talented youngsters. Start building a substantial educational fund for them now by opening a Dade Federal insured savings account. Add to the account regularly, and Dade Federal will help it grow with, the addition of generous dividends four times a year. A Dade Federal Savings Passbook will help provide the sweet music you need to prepare your youngsters for a bright rewarding future. Current Dividend Rate on Saving* Convenient Offices Serve Dade County MAIN OFFICE: 101 East Flagler St. Allapattah Branch 1400 N.W. 36th St. North Miami Branch 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. Tamiami Branch J5Q1 S.W. 8th St. Edison renter Branch 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. Kendall Branch U.S.1 at S.W. 104th St Rn lap MeeuDla nrc insured up to $10,000 |, y ;,„ acfticy of the Federal C.ovcrnmcnl. I OCR RESOURCES EXCEED 190 MILLION DOLLARS


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Lktv. AP^ 19. 1963 *Jf**i*S>nmr*fcm PUTJ K>-A LEGAL NOTICE I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE N .TM • DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND "llp'-ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. F0R IN CHANCERY Ce No. 63C 1443 ,.,.•,. MORENO naVI *• %  FRANCO I>K fc .:c KtMt. HIIE; %  .n.T.llt. N0 1 CE OF PUBLICATION \i,i-n Franco de lion no ., So 5*4 Chorrios .. IMu S.A. \ \I-.KII. FRANCO DH -•ill;. No. SM, Chorrllloa .,!> required to fllyour i,. complaint tor Divorce ,.i ihe above Court, ., ,..i.\ thereof upon (lino ,-\., Attorney at Law, M0• ..Hid*., in N.K. End %  i Florida on or iii-foi a uf May 1963, or else oom> l iken aconfe s sed. •i ibi) of March, IM1 i! i EATIIBRMAN • ili.I'irrnit Court i •' • COPELAND 4/5, IS, 1!'. tt i THE COUNTY JUDQE'S COURT ,N *M3 FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 52834B ', i, late ol .1. STF.INRACii. 3 JTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE >PLiC*TlON FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE v hi reby Riven that 1 -in Final Report nn.l l'-tirlbutlon ami Final DM%  BJJ-I-H Executrix of the estate ol >t.-ml,.oh, deceased: nn.l • %  il, ila) of May, IMS, will Honorable County Judges i. Florida, for approval ,i Iti port and for distrlfinal dlsohai ge as Execu..i the above-named hlii 1st .lay of April. INS. SKI.MA EI.RoD Executrix & KBSKLER Attorneys Ruilding Florida 4.".. IS, It, St \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIE.E-.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT |T FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE CC."TY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3610 %  •;'_ \soN, JR., as Administrator Affairs, an Officer of !: %  • Stntes of America, an.l -.in NUCh Offloe. and assigns, • lalntlff, MMW LEGAL NOTICE "Skilled — Shmilledl For THIS Momma and I sent you four years to Harvard and three years to M.I.T.?" C*or. 1962, Doyenu Production! LEGAL NOTICE lK ANHEi.i >. ,t ii.\. et ul, • Ills. NOTICE OF SUIT KXT DE ANtlEI.o LN \'A DE AXiiEI.O. and his living, ini-iuiiiiiK any un>itsee of mild Defendants have remarried, ami if unknown nolle, di .-•• itntees, assignees, creditors, trustees, and all -• r-iiis claiming by, inder or against these n hose resldom • %  .are HBRBBT NOTIFIED I., -ii brought against i: IS< X, .II: aA.I \ lerans Allan.-. an i nlled States of Vmer%  • sftora in such of.tsslgns, to foreige enoumbet Ing thi H .! |.|..|.,l l\ to-W II i. II. UltST ADDIxN iK III RIDOE, a. %  plul Ho reof, as • • [•laI [tlook 35, Bl pace i.lli i-., nrds oi i >ad %  > itilred to file yui iii. Clerk of the Clr• i l'ail.County, Florida, -• in Mianii. 1-1.a i l.i. M i) ;. IMS, and to serve inswer upon MYERS, "MAN K \ri.\N a CATRMAN, ittornesrs, uhofc addreas Ifty BuiMtng. lir.ii B.W. 6 ••!, Miami M, Florida, on or i date, as required by the W> % %  Florida. If you fail to n f.„ ; reU; demanded In the complaint. DATED this ilr.l day ,.f April. IMS. r H I.CATHERMAN i ihe Circuit Court • County, Florida K M. I.YMAN I'.-i.niy Clerk %  m. Kanian A.Cataman Building %  i irat stre.-t Florida 4 .".. \2. 19. 26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IH HEREBY (ilVKN that *M*ned, ilealrlm to ennauu in [niter the l'i.-lilioiis name ••! I'lrtTRIRI'TOHR l IS1.1 Hff Miami (!:•. Flnridn. intend .ul name with the < "I. rk II Court of Dftde County, *#* R IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 59006-B IN RE: Batata ol BARNETT \\ ( nil.FSI'KAl > I leceoaerl. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons llavIIIK ciainiH <>r Demands Against Uald Estate: You are hereby notified and reiiuir.-ii lo prajaent ftny clainii ami da ma mlwhich you may have akajnat th. .state ..f KAJRNETT Wis.l.l-'KTEAn deceased late %  -! Dade County, Florida, to the CoUBty Judfai ol Dade County, and ill.the same in duplicate and iiprovided In Section 73::.iti. Florida Bta>tutea, in their offlcea iu the County Courthouse in lia.i,County. Horida. within six calendar month.-Iron the time of the first publication hereof, or the .-ame will be haried. I >!it,-d at Miami, Florida, tliis Bth day of March, A.I>. IMS. Mi.NMK Y. WOOL-FBTEAD Aa Admlniatratrix \vi-:iNS'i'i:i.\ ft WEIN8TEIN Ati.Mii->> for Administratrix Uu Lincoln KL, Miami lleach, Fla :: :".'. ) 5-12-U |i i tth i wn.-rs DI^TRIBPTlUCS, INC WNNlK-JACat INV 4/5. 12. Ii. M ,I H E BOUNTY JUDOK'8 COURT A r?F0R OA OE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE rp,. Ne. 5S731-C AAJtoN NEWMAN *titaiir r *. by """fled that a writn 5K5T"' nn.rtlne to be the t Iut <--*taine.nt of said deoe" SL7*"*"HW to pr..t.ai.In l V,i "". ar,> hereby com"*i tU a,. .•'" "-alendar moaths I 'his • %  ,i : ."' ,n "' r5, publication %  -h. -. ." '" :l "I'-iir In said Court t .,. V ," anv > can. why h* WU •., ',"' ''"" rt ln udmlttlni: 1-., %  probate should not stand oa >RE T CLARK ItV \1.-,".'"" V -'"'llr e tr;'-' *< C DICK. Clark of tkla n,.t„.or. I ^ll/.M.N k'.il '^''.tor-. '•'' Miami Beach, Fla '• -':•. i/5-U-W IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3775 J s i :I.K \s. i.\. JR.. us Administrate il Vetei an.Affull s, an < iftlcei --t ili, i mi. il States of Ami i t, and his i •— re In such >.i i i. %  anil hjs oi iii. i a-mi I •lalntlff. \ HAItt ll.l • M FRASEIt, • i n\. el Bl, I i feudn ni-. NOTICE OF SUIT IIAHOI.il M ERASER and I-l.i IRENCE M. FRASEIt 110 "-ill Sir.-, t CambridKe, Massachusetts Yol ARE HEREBY NfaTIPIED that a eult has IM-.II brouchl against you bjeJ. s UUEAftoK, JR., aa Admlnlsiratoi of Veterana Affairs, an Officer if tinI'nit.-d states of America, and Iiisuccessors In such office, and his or tii. ir asslxoa, to forecloae a mortijiisiencumberlna the followitiK d.-s%  -iltied property, to-wit: Lot 15. Block I, of CCTUCR RIDCE, SI-:CT|iiN TIIKKl-:. accordinfr to the plat thereof, recorded in I'lat Book .'?. at pane M. of the puiiinrecord^ of Dade County, Horldn; ami you are r. |iiir.-d to file your answer" with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or before May 15, IMS, and to serve a cpv ot such anawer upon MYKKS. HEIMAK. KACI.AN A CATSMAN. Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address is Eleven-Fifty' Building. I1M B.W. First .Street, Miami ".6. Horida. on or before said dale, as iciuir.d by the laws of Florida. If you fall to do s". Hi. ...mplaint will he taken as confesSBd to you and a 1'ecree Fn Confess,, will be entered against you for th, relief demanded in the complaint. 1>ATI:I> this Mh day of April, i?i">. l: B. I.KA IIIKKMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County*, Florida (seal) Bj : C. P. OOPBLAND Deputy cierk Mvers. Il.-iiuan. Kaplan at Catsman Eleven-Fifty Building 1150 S W. First Street .Miami :i6, Florida 1/lt-lS-M, %  %  %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59021 -B In RB: Estate of ANGELO It IS ANTE I I, ,as,(l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HavItii! Claims or lii-mands .\Kain-t Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required in present anjLclalma and demands which you max* have against the .state ,.1 ANUKMi IIISANTB deceased lae of L".I Mapi.w i Avenue, Chltremont, P.Q., Canada, to ihe County Juds-.-s ...f Had.County. and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offic.-s in the <*,,unty Courthouse in Dad,County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first puhlilication h.-r.-of. or the same will lie barred, I'ated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd da) of Apill. A.D. IMS. LEONARD <;. BQERT Ancillary Administrator Cum Testament,, Annexo First publication of thinotice on :.th day of April. IMS. LEONARD <:. EOERT MYKKS. HEI.MAN, KAPLAN ,v i\TSM \\ Attorney for Ancillary Administrator CTA 1150 s.W. 1st Street Miami. Florida I :,. 12, 19, 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE a ICOUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 2C 13779 vs. WADK AUXIER and PBOOX AINIKK his wife, JEANNE NI:I:I.I:Y. SARA JENKINS, EDWARD ZIMMERMAN, EDWARD WOLZ, KENNETH <:. KfssKi.i. and KAItDARA A. ltt'SSKl.l. his Wife Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: WADE AUXIER and PBOGY Al'XIER his wife. RESIDENCE j fNKXOWN, if alive and if dead.' the unknown heirs, devisees, # grantees, aaslgnees, lienors, oredItors, trustees or other claimants claiming by. through, under or against any of tin* above name.il defendants who are deceased You are hereby notified that the above captlnned action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florid;, in and for Hade County to forecloae a mortgage upon the following described real porperty: Lot IS, B'ock -I, DIXIE ESTATES UltST ADDITION, as recorded ill rial Book 68, Page %  %  of the Public Records of Dade County, Fiorj Ida, together with Hotimint Range Model Itli'i'.?, Hotpolnt !!••frlgeratoiModel EBII, Hotpolnt Washer Model 1.11 II. You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint with th,Cl.-rk of the aforesaid Court, aid serve a copy thereof upon plaintlfl attorney MAItTIN FINK I iili Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami 82, Florida not later than May 15, 1963 or a Decree Pro Confess.* will be entered against you. Hated: April %  ",. IM1 K. It. LEATHBRMAN Cl.-rk ,,f the Circuit Court B) c I. ALEXANDER Deputy cieik MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff nth Floor 1'a.lFederal Hide. Miami •'>-. Florida \l f-'-IH-.'ti. :. :i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. 'N PROBATE No. 59003-B IN RE: Estate ,,f MYlcTl.i: HESSIE Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and requlred to present any claims and demands which you may have against the .-stale ol MYRTLE HKSSIK deceased late of Dade County, Horida. to the Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices in th.c.jnt) Courthouse In Hade Coun ty. Horida. within si\ calendar months from the dale of the fir-t publication 'h.-reof. or the same will be barred. ROBERT THE" >1M >RE Hl'DSOJ, 1. R. MAYERS Attorney 1612 Congi es* Bldg \|i.i mi, Floi Ida 9, i ft-12-19 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisti fk>ridHan solicits your legal notices. Ws appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit .1-IMS for messenger eerrice LE5AL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE i.- HEREBY 0IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ii business under the fictitious nan • of SHENANDOAH APARTMENTS at 3*0.330 -iiiih Street. Miami I1OR.II Horida, intend to register said name with the cl.-rk ,,f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horida. SA.MI"F.l. YANOWITZ DR. HTANLET QORI K >N KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Sh.-iiandoah Apartnionts :: 29, i 5, 1^, 19 NOTICE UNDER FICITITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t gage In business under the fictitious name of AIRPORT RADIO SERVICE at Miami. Intend to register s.iiri name with the cierk of the Circuit Court oi bade County, Florida. HERMANN ClELLER GL'IDO ELIAS i ... IS, 19, -'' %  IN h. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undernigned. desiring to engage in hUKinesN under the flrtltloun nsnie of EVKlt-NC PRODfCTS. at 2215 West 9th Awe., Hlaleah. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk, of the Circuit Court of Dade. County, Florida. „_ JCANITA JOHNSON FRANCES KRAMER NEIL CHONIN Attorneys for Juanita Johnson and Frances Kramer — l/lt, 19. 26. .'/3 THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59022-C RE: Estate of JOSEPH PEK1.IN I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims ..r Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to IT.-.-. -nt any claimand demands which you may have aguinst the estate ..f JOSEPH PERIJN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided ill Section 73.1.16. Florida Statutes. In their offices In the Oninty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first ptibblluntkin hereof. ,,r the. seme will be barred. Dated at Miami. Horida, this 2nd day of AprlL A.l>. 1963. IDA SBIDBN As Executrix First publication of this notice on .'.th day of April. 1963. ALAN It. LOR HER Attorney for Executrix IM Lincoln Itoad Miami Beach, Florida 1 a. IS, 19. 26 FICTmOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that | months from the time the undersigned, d.-siilng to engage In P>"'ll.-atlon hereof, or t business under lh fictitious naine of PINE BROOK FARMH. at 1300 Toledo Street. Coral liable.-. Florida, intend to register said name with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court "I Dade County, Florida. .HI.IAN WEINKLK MYEUS. HEIMAN, KAI'I.AN ,\ CATSMAN ..... AltorneJs for Julian \\ einklo I ,_-..• % %  -'' IN THE COUNTY JUOOS'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. sestMA In RIO: Estate of ABRAHAM M. BELAIEF. a. k a ABU AM M. BKUAIEF IieiceasedNOTICS TO. OREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims Against Said Estate: You arc hereby notified and required to presentany claims and demands which you may have against tb estate of ABRAHAM M. 1113.AIEF. a/A/a ABRAM M. HEliUEl deceased late of Dade County. Horida, to the County Judges of lv.de. County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16. Florida Statutes. In their offices lathe County Courthouse in l>ade County Florida, within six. calendar of the first th same will lie barred Hated at Mianii. Florida, this 1st dnv of April. AD. 1963. BERTRAM L. ROTHKOPF As Executor Fir-t publication of this noti.. on the 3th ilai of April. 1963. HAliltY ZCKERNICK Attorney for Executor i-'ii Uncoln Road, Miami Beach i %  IS, IB, S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3283 B WIBAR \ ROSENBERG. Plaintiff, i EDW VRD ROS'ENIIEBG, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE v. i EDW VRD Rt ISENBEKG ADDRESS FNKNl >WN You. EDWARD ROSENBERG, are lier-by notified thai a BUI ol Complaint for Divorce has b,-, n filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of c plain! on the Plaintiff's attorney, NORMAN II GOLDSTEIN, 111" S.E. lSrd Street, North Mianii Beach, Florida and file th.* oriKinal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of th.circuit Court on or before the 89th day of April. 196::. If you fail to do so. judvment by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. IX'NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 26th day of March A.D. 1963. K. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Hade Countv. Florida i-,-ali By: C. P. COPBLAND Deputy Clerk NORMAN II. GOLDSTEIN ltl" N.FJ. I<8rd street North Miami I'.each. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff :: !':•. t 5-18-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tli. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HARMAKo ASSOCIATES, (not Inc.) at 1171 N.E. 79th St.. Miami. Ha., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dodl County. Florida. MURRAY I. FREDERICKS SolOwner 3'19. 4/3-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 33SS WKLTHA GH:>.\, Plaintiff. CECIL OIBSON, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CECIL OIBSON Residence unknown TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Dlvon-e has been filed against you. and YOl' ARE HBRBBY REQCTRED to serve a copy of your Anawer to the Bill of ComK laint op the Plaintiff's attorney. EN ESSEN. ESQ. 1014 Seybold Huiiding. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on OT before April 8Mb, IMS. in default of which the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. DATED: March 86th, IMS. E. It. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, Pad.County, Florida (Seal) IV* : K M. I.Y.MAN i i.-imt> Clerk 8 89, l :.-l2-i:i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ii, business under tinfictitious name of FAMOl'S BEAUTY COLLEGE OF MIAMI BEACH at number BS3 Lincoln Road ill the city of Miami Head,. Florida, intends to register the said name With th.Cl-rk of the Circuit Court of Had,Count)*, Florida Dated at Miami lleacll, Florida, 'bis 29th day ofMarch. 19:: BELBOB SCHOOLS, INC KOVNER \ MANNHEIMER Aitiorne.s for Appllcanl 4 :,. 12. 19, 36 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58692 C lu RE: Estate ..i JACOB KLEINMAN I leceased. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT, You anhereby notified that a %  written instrument purporting to bo j the last will and testament of *aid | decadent has 1 n admitted to probate in said Court. You are hereby commanded within six calendar months fromthe date of the first publication of this notice to appear In said Court and show cause, if any \,,ii ,an. why the atelon of said Court in admitting said will to probate should not stand unrevoked. GEORGE T. CLARK County Judge MEI.BA C. HICK Clerk l-'iisi publication of this iiotic. .-n :.ih day of April, 1963 HENRY M WAITZKIN AH.. i ne> ::"." Lincoln Road, Miami Bi Florida 4 :.. 12. 19, 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3338 BEATRICE lE V.N BERRY, Plaintiff, \ JCNIOR LEE BERRY, |l. fell,lain. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Jl'NIOR LEE BERRY Residence 1'nknown YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has ; been filed against you and YOl" ARC HEREBY REOt'lHED to serve a copy | of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on tinPlaintiffs attorney, HEN ESSEN, ESQy 1014 Seybold Building. Miami SS, Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Cireuit Court on or belore April 30th. 1963. In default of which the Bill of Complaint will be tak.n as confessed against you. DATED: March ITth. 1963. E. B. LFIATHERalAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (Seal) By: K. M. "LYMAN Deput) Clerk :: 89, 4 :,-i2-i9 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 591M-A In RE: Estate of JOHN MILTON DIMM. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons llavI lug Claims or Demands Against Said ; Eslat,-: You are hereby notified and requtrj ed to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of JOHN MILTON DIMM deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade Countv. and file the same In duplicate and os provided in Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the name will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 4th day of April. A.I). 1943. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN As Executor MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executor 1111 Alnsley Building, Miami. Ila. 1/tS-19-36, 5 :: NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS PIERKBY GIVEN that the undersij4ned. d.-siring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ARltoW DENTAL SIPI'I.Y at 1316 \ Venetian Way. Miami Beach M, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade County. Klooiida. HEL.ENE GLAUBER BEYMOl'R I.ONIM >N Aitorne, and agent for lb-leu, • llauher %  IS ;



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Page 4-A +Jmisi3fkwKMar7 Friday. April 19, 1963 ""Jewish Floridian OFTICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET .Editor and Publisher LEO MTNDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M THOMPSON Asst to Publisher PatMBwafl erery FTWUy *1no* 1*7 br Tne Jewish FloridUa at 120 N E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. FlorvlaSeoond-CUs Postage Paid at Miami. Florida. The Jaatak Flortdian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewisn Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide New* Se-vice. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. o* English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida P-ess Assn The J ish Floridian does not ruarante IB* KwhruUi of :be merchandise advertised In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year 16.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 36 25 Nisan 5723 Friday. April 19. 1963 Number 16 Mr. Harriman Makes No Sense Mr. Harriman's statement on the U.S. position with respect to the German scientists now at work in Egypt is both and insensitive and a senseless one. Mr. Harriman has chosen the seemingly high load of equality: How can Israel complain about the missile scientists in Nasser's laboratories when Israel has — : = s.ies o: her own? This is patent nonsense. Does Mr. Hcrr:rr.-r. speck of Sbavil '.'/ %  If he does then he is refemr.r to a missile C-.z: may have put Israel on the map so far as sub-orb::^: • aar.chir.gs ~:e ccr.rerr.ed bu: be can hardly mean a missile with a tactical military capability. Does Mr. Harriman speak of the U.S. Hawks? In the first place, iese are ground-to-air weapons of no more than 25 to 30-mile range. In the second place, American and Israeli authorities are still discussing methods of delivery and means of payment some ten months after the initial announcement of the sale. As yet no date for consummation of the deal has been set for the record. But there is more to *hi than these immediate reactions. What Mr. Haxriman's absurd statement fails to do is to take into careful consideration the overtly evil intent of the German scientists now working in the Nasser camp, and of Nasser's repeated boasts about what he intends doing with their inventions. An arms buildup of any sort should certainly disturb Mr. Harriman and. indeed, the A dminis tration at large. A nuclear arms buildup is cause for even greater anxiety: it is contrary to the purposes of the two giants of East and West — the United States and the Soviet Union That much of Nasser's latest muscle in the form of jets and submarines is stamped "Made in the USSR" ought to unsettle at least some of the pro-Arab sentiment in the State Department these days. That German scientists are now adding nuclear advantage to the muscle ought to be even more unsettling. Mr. Harriman, whom on his face we hardly count as among the Nasserite proponents of instant Israeli dessimation. ought to know better. "Tit-for-tat" is the kind of diplomacy a world poised on the brink of atomic holocaust can no longer afford. ister Ben-Gurion, the practical diplomat, sees Germany in her proper regard — the European continent's most vigorous nation today in a family of nations experiencing an unprecedented revival and one Israel can not afford to ignore. On the other hand, declares right wing Herat leader Menachem Beigin: "You invite German experts in education, and they send experts in death to Egypt; you sew uniforms for the German army, and they send Egypt know-how in poison gas; you send Urzis, and they send bacteriological warfare." Sadly, this is not a democratic difference of opinion. It is a reflection of antagonistic opposites on an issue bound into the very soul of Israel today, so many of whose citizens are the remnants of Hitlerian atrocity, and for whom the wisdom of diplomatic logic on behalf of Israel's tomorrow spells no sense or purpose today. A Burning Issue From the earliest days of the announcement thai Israel was supplying Germany with Uni sub-machine guns and sewing uniforms far the new German army, it has been apparent that Israel's future relations with the nation would be one of the major pitfalls in her stable development. The German scientist issue is merely one mare case in point, which draws the line between Jhose who feel Israel's future lies in firm f riendsh ip with Germany and those who do not An even more current example is this week's decision to ban the German flag from Israel's coming Book Fair. The trouble with the "do not" attitude is the complexity of its many varieties. Some would shun Germany entirely. Others would recognize her only when necessary, but make sure that Germany never is given the opportunity to forget the past There are many combinations of in-between opinions. The result has been a sort of Israeli national schizophrenia on this issue. Prime MinAmbassador to Visit Israel Ambassador to the United States Avraham Harmon will arrive here Saturday night to participate in the 15th anniversary celebration of the State of Israel sponsored by the Zionist Council of South Florida. Also to bring greetings will be Zeev Dover, Israel's Consul for the Southeast Region of the nation. Participating in the event are a host of Zionist angazizations, all of which have rendered distinguished service in the establishment of the State of Israel Theirs should be a particularly happy part i n poti on in the axmrversary celebration for theirs is the honor of having been identified with the struggle for a Jewish homeland virtually since the days of Petach TDcvah. Iyar 5 is the Hebrew anniversary day for May 14, 1948. when the Jewish State proclaimed its independence in a declaration in Tel Aviv. Fifteen years will have passed since that occasion next Iyar 5 on April 29. The Jewish Flondian will take note of the 15th anniversary of the State of Israel in special pages devoted to the event in its issue of Apr. 26. Perhaps it is a mite early, but "Happy Anniversary." (he week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN we say CEVERAL YEARS ago, ., friend reported she had during the week z?i&i? a a x>jsz service at her efmri..f asked if she truly believed us to I perfidious Jews." Embarrassed, she nevertheles g j n sisted we were. I Inquired whether she knew Pope John 8 "ad changed the liturgy to delete the word "perfidiou' Again embarrassed, she confessed to not having been inform-: commented that even a papal encyclical on this matter couldn't what was common knowledge. Our friend has since gone on to receive a Doctor of Philosophv degree in literature at Harvard University. I mention this merely to indicate that she is no intellectual slouch. Reckoned in terms of the Vatican experience during the Good Friday service there — an experience denied on Saturday — the young PhD was entirely correct You can't legislate bigotry out of existence: although this may not entirely be what she had in mind. What I presume our young < mear.t was that. Pope John or not. the truth will out: the Jews after all are perfidious: and no matter what compromises one may make as a gesture to good public relations, the facts speak for themselu. If the Vatican report of last Friday was correct, it is a dear example of the triumph of custom over intelligence. Our friend, even if intellectually accomplished, could nevertheless plead ignorance of the papal decree; the cardinal who slipped during the Vatican service could not. Thus, the better alternative these days is to tel! who would pray for us to pray, instead, for themselves. rVf NtlD *0K[ THAN Y0UK PMfHM THIS IS WHAT angr) Michael Comay remarked* at the Seder celebration of Kupat Holim here Saturday ni^bt 1A1 -.. Ambassador tc the L'nited Nations declared that American si either charity nor pity the used .tin fprd). Israel." he insisted, are alas i dping them tg a Jtts a %  %  what you d %  ia gaU u\ "**li '•:not tc do us aaj) U\ui terms seemed more diplomat. lid not help feeling that he KM liked to add: "I> n't pray for us I: that'l the bc>t yi u can pray :or y iirseh And well Ambassador Comay mi^ht have given voice Bo feelings. I said before that he was angry. It is more than tion. The Ambassador is no Abba Eban. to whose flights of fancy and poetry we have become accustomed over a decade of Inhere He does not gratuitously flatter the American JewftM munity with florid images of its role in the establishment of the State of Israel — all embellished by a kind of Biblical incantation smjgi ing the prophetic necessity of that role. Mr Comay is more realistic. He told his audience at the r*ontainebleau Hotel that we knew the world couldn't gi\e us a Rate If we weren't going to build it and fight for it and die for it there would be no state." By way of rooting his comments in the contribuuon of the sponsoring organization, the Ambassador praised <• drut as the people who went out to work with their hands even in Turkish times and prepared the way for the state to come." mm mmmnm am mom 4 NUD MM REVIEWING THE EXPERIENCE in historv of the first hourIsraeli independence, the Ambassador candidlv observed It was unlikely that the then new Jewish nation would survive fifl ,"c S ~.' et a ne flf,een years And in as an ? r v a reference to the L.S. role as I have ever heard, he recalled his return to Lake Success on the last convoy from beseiged Jerusalem to witness the A ican delegation in the process of circulating a document that ur I the establishment of a UN trusteeship over Palestine a tn:-te.designed to wipe out the partition proclamation of Nov 29 1W7 and this government's support of it What triumphed. Ambassador Comay declared, was Israel* powerful sense of responsibility and national purpose, which points its nose m the direction it is going, and which believes in its future Thus recapitulating the past, he also looked fifteen vears ahead simply commented that "it's not going to be easy By way of supporting a thesis no one would consider arc Ambassador Comay added: "There's not an inch of fr.endlv territory on our border anywhere, but no Arab army, united or divided conquer Israel." His reference was to the new Egypt-Svna Iraq axis which, he suggested, may yet precipitate the kind of "problem. West new apparently prefers to ignore. And it was here tha' • BSSMdH Comay's anger became most profoundly manifest. THt fAIHm TO IMH)U DEMANDS "|T IS NO joke." flatly declared Ambassador Comav. "to livjust mi-ni nUte t a l aV Wi,h 3 grea,er concentration of Soviet bom:Z ~£L capons than ever bothered you in Cuba Or. S?n .£." -I' 6 S C,OSe ,0 ,he Gennan scientists in Egypt, who sent those murderous \-rockets screaming over London during World Wir 1 riH ,U J' i? ^ dcf !. stroke h combined the two top stories of the Z .I U .?' %  '; N ssers bur dictatorship that seems to SwSffi r • !" b na i0nS nd *" %  !" technologists now .Z2!*i J^ Ir S £ P">P*"sk>n. missile, and nuclear laboratories. U to ***** xbe challenge before his country during the years *££? ~ cnaUen e h s an *r> voice suggested, our part ot the world apparently cares little about. fin.nl n i ,| h l!!. Ce L^ iS takl Amb s*dor Comay. "Israel bears the Erfi.^tSS^f bnnging in ** in"isrU burden we are ££ f fi 8ttld Wipr h "marked, "if the affluent -'*."".* %  ** cemunity really knew what its like to baud a upT.tsei?" mea P ,0 ,h re,pol,sibili, y b >""to 1 demands An,h?cc^* dd A Sb pravers no Warsaw Ghetto memorials, declared Ambassador Comay. will bring back the or*Mhird of world Jt-wry MH? 5 ^ f ,he H,,ler ^P***" But It us." he said, not new hZ t^A X ?J bOSe StM aUve ta a • %  *reference to their 51.. ,h f Sands ^ I,n, 1 Negev desert. Ambassador toma> commented: "No matter what the map says, if we don't settle people upon these sands, the desert wont be ours." $->nnn^ a l Cr 'l* !" Kupat Ho,,m brou ht into high gear Saturday its rw2S-L t ? Support ,ho constmcUon of a new medical center in ££!?£!•• u d \" Hl med c,ear ,he Ambassador felt the dut> was h,f d ^ g Sh rked here J ud S ,n 8 b >' some of his controlled anger '^ out "n>"cces,fully, to nudge the inured consciences ol e S s, ^0 ".' a /u nd he ,ab,c at ,hp tb "-d Seder celebration Ador r^f 6 Am,ruan -''Wish community was. U Am ** aor Comav suspected from the outset, making no demand Ofl itself.



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Friday April 19, 1963 TJenisMcrtdfor Page 5-B Beth C velts : Miam: Lewis presic.' BrothcBoncs ner ch of the day e^vid leaders were among guests of the Elliott Roosea supper party in their home last week for Greater -ael Bonds. Left to right are Beth David president, Sternshein. and Mrs. Sternshein; Mrs. Louis' Seitlin, .. %  of the Sisterhood; and Louis Seitlin. president of the rhood. Plans for a Beth David dinner on behalf of Israel •.veie announced by Sternshein, who will serve as dina^man, and Mrs. Seitlin, who will serve as chairman ..ost committee. The dinner will take place on Satur.-.-.g. May 18, in the synagogue's Spector Hall. JWV Auxiliary Donor Luncheon Murray Solomon Jewish War \e>*rn"< Auxiliary 243 will hold its annual donor luncheon on Sun;.t the Starlight Ro im of the e 11 rrace Hotel. Chairn 'i, ;Mrs. .'.. an Kaufman. "i Tuesday, tin organization v ill hear an address by Mis. Ed-. K: r i l.. \ ine, S ate D partment %  t, uring a meeting to be held at the Minyonaires, r.7:s7 Bird Rd. A >• c ii join! b) 'i> %  • ; the Murray Solo I' t 243 will hi' hold on Tuesday, Apr 30, at the Minyonaires. Rabbi Morton Malavsk; ol the l-i,it'll'" ('inter, will give a brief address, and there will be a film on Israel, with commentary by an official of El Al Israel Airlines. Rabbi Stern on TV Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of Congregation Beth Jacob, will speak on "The Concept of Freedom" (iuringwthe Jewish WorUiip.jlour over Ch. 10 on Sunday at iu:30 .:. Ill. Fianists Will Compete l'iano pupils studying with Rose M. Robin. 2250 SW 28th St.. wil participate in the national piano playing auditions, Southwest sec tion. sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers. Eligiblt entrants will win pins and mem bership in a national fraternity. Hadcssa'i UnKs Flan Functions Final hook review of the Miami Bi ch Chapter ol Hadasah will e held on Mondaj. i 30 p.n at be Al|iers '' %  I %  i >n< I : Children."' by Lena Kuchler S I berman, will be reviewed bj Mrs Henry I',. Wt.r.irk. Mrs. Jack Katsman is c tordinator for the series, All pr< ceeds • i ;o vocational e. ucation in Israi I. Morton Towers Group ol Iladassah will hold an Oneg Shabbat on Saturday in the Recreation Hall of Morton Towers at 1 p.m. Bran.ieis Group of Hadassah will hold its installation of officers on Thursday noon. Apr. 25. at a luncheon in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Earl Coplan will become the next president. A musical pro gram will be presented. Councilman Will Address Youths North Miami B?ach Councilman Jay ITnaaim aril h* gupitawn •rat the we and Tifilin Club ol Beth Tor ah Relic. School on Sunday. it> a m in the Joe al Hall. TNT im h'd s fifty 12 and 13-year-old st< enl i i ; Itheir owt reli| I >us si t\ it i s. Sugorine Sternsheins Will Host Committee Mr and Mrs. Lewis Sternshein will bos reception at their home. .' IJ*' So. Miami Ave., on Sunday •••er.ing, 8 p.m. Invited to the reception are members of the committee ol hosts tor Beth David Congri lion's dinner to celebrate brat anniversary on Mayis. Sti president of Beth ill serve a~ chairman of the dm:,. • Nice chairman will be Ma\ er, Chairman of the comnif.t of hosts will be Mrs. LowSeitlin, Si-terhood presides i A • %  -. ueption Sundays plans will b< ninpleted lor the dinner on beh; oi Slate of I>rael Bonds. NEW! raiMo %  %  K OSHER QUOEDQAIAMI All pure be{ Quality Flavor Kashruth • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONES (just as they always have] Pamoer your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. good dairy toj you from



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Pctg ftc Pcce 4-B ^JmistfhrkU^r Friday. April 19. 1963 Bikur Cholim Will Install Officers P-esacents ot A::.:.: vro-e^ = ;ro=n.Kr_crj Cct^-I Bas Brlth Wester." M.-S. Phillip %  % %  liar ~ r i w iiiii l -W HrtlWl Ol "=• G*CT=T ~r.-cres.tJer.: 7e:-.r..tr. •'• :.~es -.vision Vr_ r b Feeiejota Ler .. .._.. -e Groom Mkrffai Mn Frd Hank. pideni Mr> Charles P Feinberg rice presided t: Temple fehudah Mobe_Siercod; r 5. Rosichan 'xetutive greater Miami Jewish :!1 conduct installa lOf officerof Comralescent Home .-.•ccheon to be held W loon at the Bgieri H I %  1963-64 are Mrs Joseph B Keseer, presideiit; Mrs Mn George BurNathan Roth. Mrs. Anna Max Rappaporr Lillian N>l Mn Abe Singer. jeeretar; Adolph Leek%  • ••-. -. Mrs. Panisse Beta B ,: 'L ~ p tnt-at-ams; and Hi | erl Kebfl %  lame* y~ r. Berold. E Kantor. %  : K TurB. Yagoda. C Ratr.rr M. Friedman G Yunken. D Halkin. H. t'pon, Q I tin, f Sirot. E Fe Lee ffftger, I KMK Mvron' P. Rome.-. G. G<,1 EstelleJ F.-brr.an and Raj L tberman Trustee' are MrEdward E1.I MrAlthea y. Nathan. Roth ar.d Edward F. TETLET TEA • I. Local Delegates Plan to Attend Technion Confab Si -\ i be at:roso the .• *as anRvtv.etK Hotel win be representat a.; parts of the Miami bapler. is -< report --..-.r. fxo.p.r. %  Phihp F Tha en's Chapter prrsad -peak on the ex -JOB orf her chapter arid the aii • I :. i. %  ter. Irs. Morton P. Feiirr.ir. Gen. Yaaeov Don. presK: the Yeefcaiea :'.'. '~'~'' %  %  ~ Haifa to report ;r T Israel'! Amhat* : v.rar.iHar.Tar. mil speak or. the posiuon of is.-aei in the next decade. Donor Queen To be Crowned • B'nth the Fl Landerith a coc %  :er-.i.r H th be I Of the I < -eer. and wno :a.: rr.oney I the year MrL ear's, ... maki lenta• A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES 5INCE '337 Yes, dxte'i Yoa Te aafrh i thu 6n tea.. ."favor cruthtd* for fullest strength aad it:-* latioo ... richer cam aod p: •.a v are with roar fltuhi JI i-j asilchias tad between neil scfrahsaeae... Delicious? Dromedani DATE-NUT ROU J MADE *rrn IIOwEIUT. .. THE. WOtU) $ CHOICEST DATES! % %  2 H'-MiaKi aeae :•: >::•: %  i :: r :• t -; r : i *' t-:::.".' | 1**101 Falick Addresses Insurance Execs GrraJd R Fa*jck UN CM Uami Beach, recentb iiaml the 1962 Chab %  anet Drsi FloriaTaj Septesabei juahfied an) i 1963 President's Clut i l -he enti Lifecountrywide field force. The qualifying for the rt time ear:at the %  ~ Diplomat Hotel jod. F. Bed a B5 degree ifl .-. nistratioi in IS il •t Florida, where red ai disiingu.tc and di lent. He also held a J. E Heron Scholarship, ar.d I of the Florida Union r of the Florida Real Estate He il a member of as. HIGHLY-UNSATURATED NEW MAR-PARV %  > f rsk &$ o v MAR-PARV MARGARINE f %  I I I I I I KOSHER PARW THE FRESHEST CREAMED HERRING IN FLORIDA Only NOViE Pecks QUALITY SELECTED HERRIKG in PURE RKH FRESH SOUR CREAM DAILY in Miomi. IT'S COT TO BE FRESH.' NOW AVAILABLE AT YOUR FAVORITE SUPER AAARKET OUR PRODUCTS ARE PACKED FRESH DAILY IN 4, 6 Ow I OUNCE CONTAINERS ON MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA JE 4-4646 %  : • I I I I I I I I I improved with golden pure UNSATURATED CORN OIL and other healthful vetable oils for family diet benefit. KOSHER FOR ALL OCCASIONS ARTHU DAI RV PL 4-4521 So cood for you. so 2 d tastins. Nutritious, delicious table sp and cix^ktng he KOSHER and PAREVE Contains no milk or animal fat. Onh pure \egetable oil ingredients. Recommended in diets where milk is restricted. Make MAR-PARV your family i Margarine lor £ood eating and good health! Another fine kosher product of The Miami Margarine Company, Cincinnati, Oh.o



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Friday A pnl 19. 1963 U H i [*; / fkrirfM&r Page 7-B L—' It urn* w /y yours, h UMWER is just around the and main of you are r your vacation. To n who is largely re< for the shopping and involves careful lannicg. Where you the clunatc. and how raveling will be the ant considerations in our wardrobe. S the I back—narrow shoulder straps. am 1 bouffant skirts Mirows Reveal Myra's Betrothal Dr and Mrs. R. Mlrow, 13195 NIL Biscaj ne Baj Dr Keys Pt., announce the engagement of their daughter, Myrna, to Mark s Linksman, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Linksman, of the Crystal House Now an art major at the University of Miami, the bride-elecl ia graduate ol Miami Beach Seni i High. Her fiance is also a student at the University of Miami and a luate ot Whitefield Private School. No dale has been set for the wedding ... who live here like occasional summer I we are tourists. The bergs are doing just summer. They win ral days at a time at lotels during the vacaThis type of vaca.j on the wardrobe. A suit wardrobe is sugMrrs. Nernberg has point to look for at suit with a low back r tan will not end be ine of her dress .olletage is important collections, and must •idered while tanning. cotton that may be unbelted are Mrs. Nernbt rg s choice for breakfast on a I shopping. Two or three i icktail dresses will round out !)• summer wardrobe. Israel is on a soon-planned agenda for Mr. and Mrs Jack Emmer. From there. Zurich, Switzerland, will occupy their time. For the desert area of the Negev, Mrs Emmer is taking cool, casual cottons. In Haila. where they will be staying at the Dan Carmel Hotel, they are looking forward to the promised breathtaking view. For evenings Mu A S h a w, Sisterhood preset the hotel, a leopard jacket j (k>nJ will top her basic blacks. No Ner Tamid Sisterhood Donor Ner Tanvd Sisterhood.sixth annual doror luncheon will be held on Wednesday noon in the Algiers Hotel Highlight of the afternoon will I c presentation of awards by Mrs. %  MISS MYRNA MWOW .' MISS SAUDI M0MKK Mudriek, Swickle Are Betrothed long formals are being packed. Her acce-sory problem is being solved with black and brown coordinated throughout. • • O NE dress that all these worn en will definitely have in their wardrobe is a version of the dacron cotton shirtwaist This style is appropriate for almost any occasion from sun up to -unset. The designers of the continent are now showing this style in the most elegant of fabrics Even here in the United States, our shirtwaist is showing up in fabrics such as silk organza for evening. ident. In charge of entertainment is Ed Bernard, who will present Sascha Lenoff and Patti Lynn. In the absence of Mrs Eugene Schwarz, vice president in charge of donor. Mrs. Louis Cohen will be chairman of the day. Money raised will go to support the Religious School. Sandy Adele Mudriek and Harvey Stuart Swickle. who both grad uated from Miami Beach Senior High School and attended Miami Dade Junior College, arc betrothed. Parents of the future bride. Mr and MrMornMudriek. 4321 Post Ave.. announced the engagement this week. The prosoective bridegroom U the son of Mr. and MrB. Swickle. 1024 Venetian Way. He will continue his education at the University of Miami. No date has been set for the wedding. Temple lion Sisterhood POR '.in Ben Essens. who are planning a three • month trip around the world, the ward 1&> AJCong. Women's Donor Dinner Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will hold its annual donor dinner in the Casanova Room of the Deau ville Hotel on Sunday. Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. chairman of the committee, described the annual affair "as a reward to Temple Zion Sisterhood will have those women who have Performed ,n P = ,r^d the world, the ward^^WW ^^'S£ 33 about • %  mi.idle of June and reFcldman Congress.^ turn o: Sept. 15, they view their probltr as primarily one of weight Mrs. Essen has decided oi the color combination of black and white, since this will minimal :he problem of accessoneA tew bright scarves and colorfi. costume jewelry will work rulers with this basic wardrobe. Suits are her choice lor tr; el, With a t*w dacrons. jersey* rid arncllor wear while %  ... Hi '.< i-.iglas Cove* have not as pleted their summer fonee most of June Uigust at their North Miami Beach home. Casual ve always been a lavorihfor Mrs. Cove, with a special affinity for the classic FlorThiis the dress with ••.titled bodice, cut low ai th< -ckline—both front and I Now in Coral Gables We comb the Beach ... and Coral Gables too! 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Friday. April 19, 1963 vJmlst ncrkJian Page 7-A AMBASSADOR HARMAN TO SPEAK Zionist Council to Sponsor Israel Anniversary Celebration Here Saturday South Florida Council of the nisi Organization of America oil be sponsor <>i a 15th inaivor. ;i n celebration of the Indeper rJence Ol UlC Stale of Israel on Satunlay evenini at Miami Beach Auditorium. Burnett Roth, chairman of the South Florida Council, said this week thai Israel Ambassador to Die L'nited States Avraham liarni.in will head the list of local, state, national, and foreign dignitaries scheduled to participate in the event. Seitlin, Sossin WiN Attend Men's Conference A pair of lay leaders of Conservative Judaism in the Miami area will participate in the 34th annual eonrenton of the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs, the national association of men's groups of Conservative congregations, to be held at the Concord Hotel at Kiamesha Lake. NY.. Apr 28 through May 1. The local delegates are R. Louis S( ltlin. president of Beth David Men's Club, and also president of the newly-formed Florida Region nt the Federation, and Michael Sossin, president of Temple Einanu-El Men's Club, and a member of the Federation's national board of directors. They will join with 1,000 other Jewish lay leaders from all parts of the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico in evaluating the role of the Men's Club movement in the r a p i d 1 y -expanding Conservative Jewish program in the United States and Canada. Guest speakers will be Sen. Kenmth B. Keating, of New York: R.ibbi Marc H. Tancnbaum. director of Interreligious Activities of the American Jewish Committee: and Dr. Amitai Etzioni, Columbia University faculty member and rest arch associate of the Institute of War and Peace Studies at Columbia. Co-sponsoring the function are Hadassah, Mizrachi, Pioneer Women, Hiooel Mizrachi, Zionist Organization of America, and Hapoel Zionists. Some 3,000 persons are expected to attend, according to A. Arthur Pekelner, general chairman. Zeev Z. Dover, Israel Consul for the Southeastern Region of the United States, with olfices in Atlanta. Ga., will also bring greetings to the event. Entertainment will include Gary <; rait man. internationally renowned pianist, and .Shoshana Damari, Israeli singer. Consul Dover will introduce Ambassador Harman at the Saturday night event. Pekelner said Wednesday that I 'Greater Miami Jewry has already indicated its enthusiasm for the 15th anniversary celebration. judging bv the demand for tickets. "In these troubled times.' he added, "it's heartening to find that our community is uniting in sup! port of the State of Israel. Considering the warlike statements of Israel's neighbors, the 15th annij versary of her celebration raises : for us the unhappy comparison with the battle for Independence in 1948. Israel is no less besieged tc,day than she was 15 years ago one day following her proclamat'on of freedom and self-government." Pekelner said "every Miami resident should turn out for this 'event." Film on Youth Aliyah I. R Goodman Group of Hadassah meeting on Wednesday evening at *WacWn|lon Federal Savings and Loan Association Community ti.rnarservice'wtllV'heid'ThuVsHall was addressed by M"Samuel Z. Sachrais, former chapter JVS to Install At Federation %  Annual Meeting Annual meeting of Jewish Vocady, May 9. at the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. JVS Officers will be installed on May 26 ir a joint agency celehi a tion with Federation of the Federation 25th anniversary. Barney Bernstein. JVS president, this week named Lloyd L. Ruskin. past president, and Mrs. Charles P. Feinbcrg. secretary, as program committee for the arnual affair. To be nominated to the JVS Board of Directors are Ronald Al; bert, Sanford Bacon. Richard %  Brickman, Dr. Edward J. Fox, Andrew A. Geller. Dr. Arthur I. Gil bert. Sanford Levkoif, Dr. Robert 8. Liebeskind, Ronald S. Pallot. and Norton Pallot. The following members have two-year terms remaining: Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, Clemen J. Ehr-1 Ilch, Mrs. Charles P. Feinbcrg,! Sam J. Heiman. Albert J. Hirsch. Purpose of a meeting which was j Dr. Alan Jackson, Irvin W. Katz. Martin S. Lodge, Stuart Rothchild, Saul A. president, am youth Aliyah I included a film on CONSUL ZttV DOVER No. Dade Area Studies Council For Coordination to be held on Thursday evening, Apr. 18. at Beth Torah Congregation is establishment of a North Dade Council which will coordinate activities, meetings and services held in North Dade. Lloyd L. Ruskin, and Schulman. Board members who have one; year remaining are David M. ] Bloomberg, Herbert P. Blumbcrg, Sidney Efronson. Jerome G. %  ex arInsurance Exec. To be Featured Thirty-three members of the Million Dollar Round Table, the top-flight insurance agents in the United States, will hear a Miami super salesman speak in Atlanta on Apr. 25 and 26. He is Ilerry Gilbert, life insurance analyst and consultant of 12670 NE Miami PI., for 16 years a member of the "exclusive" club. Gilbert has been invited to participate in an educational conference sponsored by the Board of Directors of the National Life Insurance Company of Vermont. The Round Table is made up of men who sell $1 million of life insurance within a calendar year. Participating congregations were Greene. *"*^g£%dg*** to be Temple Adath Yeshurun, Quadow. and Mrs. Sam SUrk. Beth Emeth. Beth Torah, Dade, Board members who will be reHeights Jewish. Yehudah Moshe, i nominated since their -terms Young Israel and B'nai Abraham. £ ^^^£S^£M,\ Organizations invited were HaSam j_,uby, Jr., Mrs. Gerald P. j dassah, B'nai B'rith, ORT, CounSo | tz Sam stark, Arthur L. Willcil of Jewish Women, American rcr ^ rs Sidney Lewis, and JosCongress and YMHA. t p h Nadler. 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Friday, April 19, 1963 > ky.,stJk,,n,g Page 3-E School Inquiry \Kinneret Chapter Auction Committee Quiz The School Curriculum of the Newly-elected officers of the Miami YMHA Branch installed at a combined branch installation dinner Sunday night at Miami Springs Villas include (left to right) Maxwell Waas, vice president; Mrs. Nathan Cynamon. secretary; Herschel Rosenthal, president; and Stanley Spieler, honorary president. Not shown is Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, vice president. Bank Luncheon Set Tuesday •• ( hui'—Life," will be the enhouse i.nd Mrs. Joseph Shapiro theme of the annual brick and president. binyan bank luncheon sponsored hv the Hebrew Academy Women Future" will be the topic at a PTA meeting of Nautilus Junior High on Tuesday evening. Members of the Citizens Committee on Quality Kducation will lorm the panel for discussion. i The group is also known as the Youngert Committee because Dr. Kugene Youngert, nationally-known school expert, has served as its consultant. Beach representatives arc Mrs. Jerome Benson and Mrs. John Owen, who will appear at Nautilus. Jerome Greene, parent representative on the panel, will quiz the Beach Committee on language instruction, guidance procedures, needs for textbooks and libraries, and related topics. Program will include a brief report by Mrs. Normn Harrow, study group chairman, summarizing reI Kinneret Chapter of Mizraehi will j present its second annual auction !at the Minyonaires, 3737 Bird Rd.. on Sunday eveniflgrApT. STTunds realized will go to Mizraehi projects in Israel. Mrs. Mildred Zclkowitz is in charge of the evening. Temple Menorah Sisterhood Sisterhood of Temple Menorah will hold a general meeing in the social hall on Wednesday evening. Slate of officers for the coming year will be presented, and elections will be held. Mrs RayMorse is Sisterhood president. Asthma Research Donor Dinner A donor dinner party will held by the Miami Beach Chaptt of Children's Asthma Research ]r >titute and Hospital of Den\r i the Americana Hotel on Sunday 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Sidney Rittem;. is president, and Miss Ann Ch. is reservations chairman. Guests will see "ArtUtl Models on Ice" revue in tht. Masque Room. All proceeds will go to ait Tree treatment and research pr. grams of the Home. Corn nine children from the Dade %  • • • ty area are patients at the Ho • pital. I suits of the questionnaire and ggjj, £| Sisterhood some of the conclusions formed at the study group meetings. Sisterhod or Beth El will h> Mrs. Abe Rothenbcrg is PTA i monthly luncheon and card part; president, and Mrs. Maurice Seron Tuesday noon in the Dor otta is program chairman. i August Memorial Hall. on Wednesday noon at the Acadj em> Lecturn and Brick for Life Book, donated by "Chai" contributors. will be dedicated during the alter noon. Names inscribed are M.Vnne Berkowitz, Mrs. Sammi C hen, Mrs. Irving Firtel, Mrs. Hi nry C.ewitz, Mrs. Harry Genet, Mrs Maurice Goldberg. Mrs. Rachel Gropcn, Mrs. Alexander S. Gro->. Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, MrJacob D. Katz, Mrs Frieda Koch, Mrs. Abraham Mason, Mrs. I Louis Merwitzer, Mrs. Olga Putz, I Mr> Samuel Reinhard. Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs. M. H. Rosenhousc and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Chairman of the day and of the brick project is Mrs. Leonard Rosen. ,md Mrs. Julius Rosenstein is chairman of binyan banks. Sen 1 j I ing cm the committee with them 11 ar< Mrs. Zvi Berger, Mrs. Arthur 11 A Bergman, Miss Sue Berkowitz, i | Mrs. Jack Buehsbaum. Mrs. Irving Firtel, Mrs. Henry Gewitz. Mr Alexander S. Gross, Mrs. Sue Herman, Mrs. Harry Kaplan. Mrs. i Simi.-'l Reinhard. Mrs. M. H. Ros Joint Adult Discussion Group Joint adult discussion group will he held by Beth Torah Congregand Dade Heights Jewish Conion on Thursday. 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Pffge ftC > Ifmist-FkrHHw Friday. April 13. 1963 Pioneer Women PKHI Programs lM. i2 fcfa. Kg Sfcaabat E ferwea? 1 pum. at ta* MM af Mrs Hr K to M*sae2 GJMM 0 IBCM 'JE. at Y4CX££ ItalR aati IMIITI %  MBC* BMM HI be X*D*T* AJpex %  nepai i ." Beach High PTA Will Install Mr =ac Mrs Srrr._*. re—— ;ed.:: :r.e Herce^r A:cder=.y c: Gr&rte: ?-Lrr 4rl :.^r.es ~ Her,:e Ar~de—y ::--_-_ :_ „ w .— -- :e c %  eofe %  _:e %  & ize book ccr.::_"-s lisuzi w'r—cr. will —5" Tutors. The boo* re-:T-n—-:_=:r~ •-? Aoadernv wr r*r.-a-a***..-* c T ata aay I -rede", ii • reVOMI < ^ja*\ be. r Mrs Sue Ma Man Ji be Mrs Pasfataa. Mrs A: %  Bock Dedicoted At Hebrew A cad. %  %  -Mn %  -:' -. i-.'Z-z-z k..~..:..~ -. %  • "A %  officers of the Miami Beach la i.tb School PTA ill be ; _• Principal Moore on 7 May 7. Liize Alfjen j :-::brunch in : tae ;' r i.'.z aad '••-' ...-. ;-.c*r* oi the asaaeiatiaa a rr-^era: roetr.••'-? '-Id at 12 o Mn Ha: Kaplan riectMrs. L in E V:Jad T Ma mat uti Mi*. :-; Kaceafcaaae: rec-j:-respond-ir> Mr' Harrj Sley; .-vrer. Mr*: Z' %  sup -reasurer Mn • :bert r.' • :r.i cEi Mr? Tin ill ?.-:-MM Herber Scott Tifereth Jacob Maps Activities I 7<-mp.e Tifereth .: ---•_•:-• i" '• i T" Fred -ary ; -...:•. %  1 a JO 5uadajr.il %  ttjka*. n : PTA preside-: u4 \ V| J FOR > STAR < DISHWASHING L /A CtlTTKlEO KOSHER PARVE Wise Chapter Meeting Slated : group met' %  n be Mi ~ -*oi If you like KREPLACH ^CHEESE.. Ravioli \ IN SAUCC i 57 NEW IMPROVED PINK LIQUID V ^ Horn ste^peti up in grease-cuttng power Cleans pots and pa-s quick and easy as glasses and plates And rr.ldar than the leading baby s:ap STARRING You'll love CHEF BOV-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-ArDee. Te-:er Sttle macaroni pies...fplied with tongy Italian Cheese...simmered •tith savory tomato sajce and Cheese...seasoned the rea' Italian way. So much tastier and •asier than the frozen kind So much thriftier, too—costs only about 15c par aarvingl So what? They're just as delicious and just as strictly vegetarian this way. In fact, the only mistake you can make is not having more Heinz Kosher Vegetarian Beans in the house when they start asking for seconds. Which they always do. E \abtlaawimtktQamtit i pin %  t* WE WHOM or oawaaox aaw— COHCMSAI DM TniraaiojL extra laundratives i FAB gets every Mtti far clearer than the detergent a'one because F 5 B has mere than a detergent ... adds five et-J laundratives to get *3ST e'ean clear through as the detergent a!o e can* rot do. CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH! KOSHERPARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATE PALMOi-IVi



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Page 12-A *. AVnifl HurkMOkfi Friday, AprU 19. 195 1 Rabbi Norman Shapiro Will Keynote United Synagogue Confab on Education haDbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Congre giition, will be keynote speaker for the annual conference of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of America, at the International Inn, Tampa. El*., on Sunday and Monday, according to an announcement by Jerry Sussman, president of the region. The conference is devoted to adult Jewish education in the synagogue, and Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "Jewish Education—Choice or Denial." Rabbi Shapiro has been long identified with the field of Jewish education. Initiator of a five state educational conference in the Southwest several years ago, he was also the only delegate Regional Bible Contest Winners Winners in the Southern Regional section of the National Bible Contest have been announced by Louis Schwartzman, chairman. In comprehensive English, first prize went to Michael Goodman, ui Savannah, Ga.; second, Carol Joy Goldberg, of Miami; third, Joseph Rubin, of Tarpon Springs; and fourth, Julius Alembik, Atlanta, Ga. First and second prize winners will participate in the national finals to be held on May 5 in New York City. First prize will be a round trip to the State of Israel. Winners in the advanced Hebrew *nd intermediate Hebrew divisions v ill be announced shortly. Aim of the National Bible Contest is to promote greater interest in the Bible among students in the Jewish schools throughout the United State.-, with a view to encouraging more extensive reading and studying of the Bible Administration of the district olid regional tests was under the en. -tion (il Herbert Berger. asso director of the Bureau. Joint Adult Discussion Group Joint adult discussion group will be hold by Beth Torah Congregation and Dade Heights Jewish Conation i'ii Thursday, Apr. 25. 9 ji m at Dade Heights. Strong Vet Safe-Give* Hours of Continuous Relief from Minor ARTHRITIS MIM .An.'.c-in? gives hours of continuous relief from arthritis' minor pains — ••vi .1 such chronic pain arising; from del o in the joints. Anacin also reduces swelling unrl inflammation. In %  I's pain goes so that it's easier 10 move afflicted limbs again. The n Anncin Tablets are so effec%  i\ • la because they contain the pain %  el %  vermost recommended by doctors ulu an r.tm ingredient not found in loadingaspirins or buffered ftaplrins. Take as directed. from the Southwestern United State* to the first world conference on Jewish education at the Hebrew University on Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, in 1947. His adult Jewish education pro ; gram at Beth David Congregation has attracted national attention, and he will report on this and other developments in his address to the convention body. Dr. Harold Rivkind, of B'nai Israel Congregation, St. Petersburg, Fla., has announced that Dr. John Griffin, professor of sociology and director of university relations at Florida State University, will lead the opening workshop of the conference devoted to "Involving Adults in the Synagogue's Educational Program." Dr. Israel Goldman, of Chizuk Amuno Congregation, Balitmore, | Md., will be keynote speaker at, the banquet and also lead a semi-1 nar on "Adult Jewish Education." I Dr. Goldman is past president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, and was one of the pioneer leaders in establishing the Nation1 al Academy for Adult Jewish Studies of the United Synagogue of: America. Rabbi Morris B. Chapman, of B'nai Israel congregation, St. Petersburg, will lead a seminar in which he is scheduled to describe the series of experiments he has undertaken in develop ing a program of total involvement by his congregants in adult Jewish education. Rabbi Moshe Goldblum, of the' Jacksonville Jewish Center, Jacksonville, will deliver the conclud mu talk. Welcome Wagon Remembers Special FamilyOccasions Carrying on our community's traditional hospitality, Welcome Wagon Calls arc made when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. %  m m|| %  fl l^L J : .". %  & IMUBW JmWt s^sr ~ *^H ^* B^Bm^MsBpr *k--i3i LIB ji 9 %  3rV^H ^^. m ^^M New Uris Book Views Future Armageddon in 'New' Germany RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO Scholarship Is Offered Here The National Association of Women's and Children's Apparel Salesman is offering an $1,800 oneyear scholarship to the Fashion Institute of Technology of New York City, in the Institute's Division of Sales and Merchandise. According to Charles Stone, president of the Florida Handbag and Jewelry Salesmen's Association, local affiliate of the national organization, competition is open to male high school seniors in the United States and Canada. Interested students here should write to Stone, 7420 Gary Ave., Miami Beach. By Special Report A major excel pt from Leon Uris' forthcoming new novel. "Armageddon," is published exclusively in the Apr. 20 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. The first part of the novel on the American occupation of Nazi Germany appearing in the magazine "explores questions the world asks of Germany, and Germans ask, or fear to ask. themselves," according to the author. Uris, who wrote "Exodus" and "Battle Cry," traveled throughout Germany interviewing former Nazis and anti-Nazis while gathering material for his latest book. Uris explained that "Armageddon" had its inception some years ago when he was in Athens preparing a screenplay. He first refused to go to Germany for filming because of "what the Nails had done to the Jews in World War II." Urged by Israeli government officials to conquer i his hostility, Uris admitted that [ "my writer's curiosity was aroused," and he later made the trip. "Research convinced me." he added, "that Germany was do* tined to become Armageddon, thi site of the battleground in the fin aj struggle between the forces o good and evil." Illustrations for "Armageddon in The Post were completed b] Felike Topolski, of London, who was official artist for the British Empire during World War II Beth El Sisterhood Sisterhod of Beth El will hold its monthly luncheon and card party on Tuesday noon in the Dcra August Memorial Hall. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDtNI IKE GORDON FUNeRAL DIRECTOR PALMER "Mimml't Only Jewish a.iWtri" SroH. 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Page 2-A **cl< nrwiHK^r Friday. April 19, Myers Day Center Will be Erected STANLEY C. MYUS Argentina Seen Lenient With Anti Semites BUENOS AIRES — tJTA) — A MBlter picture of leniency toward anti-Jewish aggressions by Argentine authorities and judiciary was outlined here this week at the Plenary session of the DAIA. the central representative body of Argentine Jewry, by its general secretary Abraham Gorbatt. Dr. Isaac Goldenberg. president, said that N:zi.-m "now has a state to support it. Egypt.'" He said neo Nazism until recently was an "internationally disconnected movement." He also said it was an instrument which was feeding anti-Semitism to weaken Jewish communities and thus indirectly ueaken Israel. He called for stronger Jewish unity to meet the thrtat and stressed that world Jewry lacked a central political round table. Gregorio Faigon. vice president ot DAIA. told the session that while the position of Argentine Jew ry had not undergone any major changes in recent months ini.-rr ally it was displaying less unity and solidarity than in moments of emergency, a reference tc the outbursts of anti-Semitic smearings. shooting* and other attacks on Jews after the execution i t Adolf Eichaiar.n in Israel. Two prominent Greater Miami community leaders, alw known i ationally for their civic, philanthropic, and cultural endeavor, are the recipient> of a unique honor The Hou-ing Authority of the i :•> of Miami and Senior Day Centers, in recognition of their broad ; chievemert>, will formally name their newest project the Stanley .-ind Martha Myers Senior CUtlfll Center. Mr. and Mrs. Myers will be honored at a noon luncheon on Thursday, Apr. 25. in the Dupont Plaza Hotel to mark the event. Construction of the unit will besin shortly at 440 SW 5th St.. adjacent to 288 housing units for the elderly of the Miami Housing Authority It is expected that the project v ill be completed by the end of the year at a cost of -ome $200,000. Buiidin2 lund> will come from the Federal Government Furnishing costs are to be derived from the community here. When in full operation, some 1.000 senior citizens v, ill be accommodate:'. Film Festival To be Launched In Surfside The Town of Surfside. in cooperation with the Museum of Modern Art Film Library, will inaugurate an Antique Film Festival at the Surfside Community Center on May 2. The aeries will feature some of the fir>t movies ever produced by the film industry and illustrate revolutionary advances made in both silent and sound productions. Surfside Councilman Lee Howard, who heads a special film committee named by Mayor Sidney King, said the 12-week series will be the first ever staged by anv municipals The movies will be shown every Thursday evening starting at 8:15 p.m wood *Vi funeral ... i>> more than a dignified and fitting farewell, it is a comfort to the family. Riverside directors give their personal attention tu each detail...making arraugements and easing burdens. Riverside offers proven ability, superior service and unsurpassed modem facilities iit Florida's most beautiful chapels...all conveniently located in Coral Gables Miami and Miami Beach ... and suring all of the fifty states. So, when the need arises, call Riverside, where dignity and personal service are tradition;.!. riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Miami: D.m^l,Rttd r,t S.AV. 17th Btnrf %  Highland MH1 Miami BOKO: 1960 Kornaadj Data • Hithaml Alt-n l'£&& ewtct PMSCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women full PA1KIHG SPACf m ftfAft CONVENIENT ro RUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On fk Main Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' HttSCKirTKMS WllER CONTACT LENSIS i0i!*m MARTHA MYfRS Purpose of the Center is to help senior citizen.combat loneliness bj creating opportunities for the productive u a national vice resident of the National Council cf Jewish Women and currently serves as vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. She is a past president of Jewish Social Service Bureau, today called Jewish Family and Children's Service. n OTARION HEARING AIDS c. Ah Wil (1 WH.Lc YOU WAIT fefteriei one Mef* ( Imperial Hp^ng Aid Co. 42 N.w Firil St. PR 7-1 OH BB TMM5 TUAOES __ INSURANCE ONE STOP AGENCY JIWIIHY-PURS— MISCILLANlOUl PLOATttJ AUTOMOIILI LIABILITY PHYSICAL DAMAOI LIrn r. MM TN> a*e4l The Afeacy that CAN MV YISI Daa t let fear ••* M y "h Coal U DeeV ACKEIuMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC „ fSjjfJVa, Complete and Dependable Title Service %  AMI TITLE & Gktract Co. 37 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First Street Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on -your FAA dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Comtfl WKAT-FM



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Friday, April 19, 1963 %  "Jewisli fkridmn Page 5-A Council for Judaism Backs Reds on Bias Denial Continued from Page 1-A the annual conference of the Council .:, ChlCAgO, Hi-, on May 11, 1962 nave talked with Soviet expert; in the government and out; Ihey ste no substantiation of the broad charge of persecution of jews in the Soviet Union The State Department told us, as it told others, there is no govern nun: ::i-pired anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union at this time. Recent trial> f Jews, the Department told us, were 'ostensibly not for religious activity but for alleged involvement in speculations or other criminal offenses.' I hardly need to add anything more on this subject T** re is no public record of fc any statement by the American Council for Judaism modifying its position in the light of tho declaration by the State Department in March that the United Staffs Government's concern ever anti-Semitic developments in Russia had been made known "at the highest levels of the Soviet Government." The Department disclosed then it had received information "oficially an from private observers' 1 that anti-Semitism existed "in many areas of the Soviet Union." The State Department noted that pressures on the Jews were suih that "Jewish religious activities have been curtailed to the where functioning synaare a rarity and opportunto train and educate Jewish ill uus, leaders, have been vrtual Eliminated." The State Department also charged that Jews in the Soviet Union "are receiving a disproportionate amount of con demnation and victimization" in the Soviet campaign against economic crimes. It warned that "the publicity given the trials will in all probability have the effect of buttressing already existing antiSemitic prejudices through the association of identifiably Jewish persons with economic violations." The statements by the American Council for Judaism have been most helpful to Communist propagandists seeking to combat the impression made here by Soviet anti-Semitism. The March issue of "New World Review," formerly "Soviet Russia Today," relies heavily on a Council for Judaism memorandum and the Sussman rel>ort to the Council's annual conference last year to disprove the charges. The magazine is listed by the United States Subversive Activities Control Board. Its editor, Jessica Smith, the author of the article on Russian Jews in the March issue, is described as "a longtime member and functionary in the (Communist) Party, as well as in the party-controlled Friends of the Soviet Union." Mr. Sussman's report on what he said the State Department told him about the position of the Jews in Russia is a highlight of Mrs. Smith's defense of the Soviet Union. The author went further than the Embassy aide and quoted Mr. Sussman as asserting that "Russian Jews, on the whole, are among the privileged classes of the population." Mr. Sussman pointed out, aci cording to the magazine, that I "of course, it is convenient to i use Jews to whip the Soviet, just as it is convenient to use the cold war to produce mass manpower for Israel." The Communist publication also quoted extensively from a memor ar.dum it said the Council for Judaism has issued on Dec. 11, 1961, which denied that Jews sufiered any greater religious dis-i abilities in Russia than other relii gions and justified the execution; : of Jews in the Leningrad and Moscow spy trials. "New World \ I Review" quoted this memorandum as stating that "there is no evi! dence that any large number of Jews desire greater religious participation, after several gener1 ations of downgrading of reli-1 j gion." In justification of the spy trials, I the magazine quoted the Council memorandum as follows: "It is' generally acknowledged that Is-1 rael has one of the most effective j espionage services We note the Israel-Zionist effort to interfere in the internal affairs of! I countries wherever there are large I Jewish populations. We recognize this to be part of a single pattern i which commits Zionist agencies to 1 the policy of 'ingathering all Jews in Israel.' Consequently we oppose every step to carry out this policy as applied to Jews of the United States and we recognize that the same forces are often directed toward Jews in other countries." Typical of the letters written by members of the American Council for Judaism to editors of newspapers commenting editorially on Russian anti-Semitism is one which appeared in the Washington Post and Times-Herald earlier this year. The Tetter complained that American newspapers gave almost no attention to the "even severer restrictions on Soviet Islam" and asked: "Is the American press for freedom of religion in Russia only for those religious groups which have counterparts in the United States?" The letter protested advocacy I by "certain right-wing CongressI men and segments of the media" to withdrawal of the American AmtassaaoT from Moscow because of Soviet anti-Semitism and insisted that "surely our relations with Russia can no more be governed by their Jewish policies than their Jehovah Witnesses policies or our relations with India by their caste system." The letter linked the Council for Judaism position on the Soviet Union with its enmity to Israel in asking: "How many of the religious leaders who protested to Russia (over discriminations against the Jewish religion) would be willing to protest to Israel over its anti-Moslem and anti-Christian policies?" UNANIMOUS HOMESTEAD MOVE Herman Marks New Councilman Herman Marks, unanimouslyelected to nil the unexpired term ol Councilman Preston B. Bird on the Homestead City Council, was sworn in to office at a regular meeting last week. A civic-minded businessman who has served two previous terms on the Homestead City Council, Marks was nominated by Councilman Fred Rhodes. It was the onlynomination. Marks came to Homestead 35 years ago and almost immediately made himself available for civic service. He served as chairman of the Homestead Library Board, headed the city's first Zoning Board, has been a Chamber of Commerce member and director for many years, and was active in the Retail Merchants Division, when he owned and operated Herman's Depart. ment Store on North Krome Ave. A charter member of the Redland District Lions Club, Marks : is an Elk and a Mason, and has > served as president of the Homestead Jewish Center. From 1954-57, when he served i two terms as councilman, Marks I was instrumental in floating a ; bond issue which financed the city's present police station and fire department buildings, and a complete remodeling of the City Hall. For the pa?t 12 years, he has been in the commercial sign and design business at 72 N'W 1st St. He and his wife live at 90 NW 21st St., and have two married daughters. St tL intimating that the %  n Jew ish Press did not •elf. Mindlin will be interested to that Immediately upon the sion nf the Rabbi's remarks, • SlomovitZ publisher of the it JewisH i, and 1 myself rose to i: strong replies. result, I here could be no left in the minds ot the noneditoTs present that -the ri press .very vital and. in I influential JOSEPH G. WEISBERG Executive Editor Boston Jewish Advocate ''resident American Jewish Press Assn. II \ EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Currying favor of religious faiths once notorious for anti-Semitism MI ms to be the vogue in contemporary Judaism. A case in point is the Synagogue Council of America's show of friendship toward the visiting Russian Orthodox prelates. The Council should be reminded 1 i t Mie Russian Orthodox Church loleraied if not instigated the mfamous pogroms of Czarist Russia. I M Orthodox Church has had considerable influence in forming the traditional Russian .attitude towards Jews reflected even today in (be oppression of Russian Jew-. We do not ask for revenge. But |o absolve the guilty of their guilt 1,1 the nain. of brotherhood or v ho knows-wh • to throw jus' ami dignit) to the wind. Iv tenting the Russian church "'''" irh a Torah. even for the • Of coin eying it to Russia's Je *s, is to perpetuate %  (atsecra"of against the .tews who have %  "'"'' •*' 'l and | suffer in Russia. PERRY CIMENT Miami Beach J i %  ; Smoke all 7 filter brands and you'll agree: some taste too strong others taste too light. But Viceroy tastes the way you'd like a filter cigarette to taste I not too strong...not too light... Viceroys got-the taste thats right! 1963. Brown 8. Williamson Tobacco Corporation



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Page 6-A +Jewist nnridTifor Friday, April 19. 1963 P'tll %  i j** ...:... ni.lh.i..-.. Poet's Retreat By MAX LERNER board will meet to elect officer* for the board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mt. Sinai Hospital Will Hold Annual Meeting in Wolfson Auditorium Apr. 25 shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-RelieTes Pain Paris. Wc have witnessed one of the personal tragedies of our time—the ptattc sell-besmirching of the golden boy of the Soviet intellectuals. When Yevgeny Yevtushenko ave the collective of Soviet writers Irs ,-onfession of error and his retraction—"! bear a heavy guilt on my Moulders ... I want to assure the writers' collective that 1 understand my error fully, that 1 nave it on my conscience, and that I shall force myself to correct it by my work to come'"—something in him must have dJad. He may not have gone far enough to satisfy the party bureaurats and comformists. but .he went too far ever to be able to live' with himself again. This was the young man. remember, who captured audience after ; udience in Moscow and Paris by his stance of robust independence, "his was the young poet who wrote -The City in the Morning." with burning defiant lines: I am not retreating a single damned step. It is good to be angry at untruths— And he has now retreated before the monstrous untruth that a mice must dictate what a poet writes. Not that he was denied a face saving way out. .Presumably it was rot the poems but the abandon with which he recited them abroad, .-nd the serialization of his new autobiography in L'Express. which tame under attack. One of his tormentors asked "how so vast a manu• cript could have fallen into ihe hands of one of the most reactionary publications in Paris"—which is pretty funny when applied to L'Express. But the main problem is still that of the poems. The man who said "1 hate Stalin," and described even Stalin's corpse as a danger, as a man who had to be bent to the will of a Khrushchev who now gain subscribes to the "two Stalins" thesis. And the sadness of it -s that Yevtushenko seems to have been bent. • • • Yevtushenko's follow poet Voinessensky used greater subtlety in his self-criticism. From the start of his statement—("It has been said that I have no right to forget the harsh and severe words of Nikita Sergeivich. I shall never forget them")—to the close ("I don't want to justify myself. I want simply to say: for me the most important thing today is to work, to work and again to work") he kept his dignity I nd chose words that may some day be read with a very different mean.ng from the one now applied to them. But it is not Voznessenski who is the problem, although he is the tbler poet and abler mind of the two. It is Yevtushenko, exactly because he is more glamorous to Soviet youth. He is the spokesman of his generation, and has been hailed as expressing the ideas of those v.ho tomorrow will be taking over power in Russia. The thing Yevtush -. nko forgot was that no one can be a spokesman in Russia except Khrushchev himself. A Khrushchev who didn't allow Zhukov to be tie spokesman of the -military will not allow Yevtushenko to be the itkesman of the young generation. • • • For the whole idea of generations is dangerous to Khruhchev and his regime. A certain Riourikov. of the party conformists, attacked: cvt.ishenko for having coined all kinds of pernicious phrases and 1 theories, including that of the "conservatives" and the "innovators," the "fathers" and the "sons." Linked with the Yevtushenko attack i on Stalin's murderousness, thrs opens the way for some uncomfortable questions that the sons have been putting to the generation of the fathers. This spells a rift within Soviet society that Khrushchev and the Presidium cannot afford. Even less can they afford any indication that Soviet writers and I rtistl will in the end be allowed to form their own aesthetic methods j.nd theories. They suspect strongly that those who start by forming their own aesthetic opinions will end by forming their own political opinions. That way lies Soviet madness. Hundreds of thousands of >oung people are today beng graduated from Soviet universities. Yevtushenko, Voznessensky, Tvardovsky, Nekrasov, Solzhenitsyn (who wrote the recent novel about Soviet prison camps) were rapidly becoming their guides and heroes. Thus what is from one aspect a question of freedom for writers from another aspect a question of naked power and survival for the commanding elite in the Soviet Union. The Isaac Deutscher school of thinking has argued plausibly that the new industrial society, even under communism, is bound to produce a growing of personal freedom. But this does not reckon with the unremitting need of a Communist ruling class to keep control in its own hands, and to prevent itself from being undermined by new ideas which may first question the wisdom of the fathers, then question the direction of the regime, and 1 Dally question the nature of the regime itself. • I have been told in Paris, by journalists and leff-of-center political leaders, that I take this literary tempest in Russia too seriously. After all. they say. the Russians no longer shoot or even imprison their v.rilers; they just lecture and reprimand them. Besides, Yevtushenko and the others will soon be writing the same stuff again anyway. I wonder. It is true that to humiliate an author, rather than kill him, is a long step forward. But the weaving of poems and ideas, the painting of pictures, the fashioning of sculpture, are fragile anW elusive processes at best. When they must be done to the beat of party-line truth and aesthetics the process becomes almost hopeless. In the Communist scheme art exists as a weapon for political power. In a spacious society, surely, politics and power and the rest should exist mainly for the peak achievements of art and thought. Else what is it all for? GREETINGS JACK CHERRY'S CITIES SERVICE STATION "ROAD SERVICE" MU 8-0962 lubrication Specialists" — Your Patronage Appreciated 5485 Palm Avenue Hialeah Mt. Sinai Hospital will hold its 14th annual membership meeting on Thursday evening, Apr. 25, in the hospital's Wolfson Auditorium. Highlighting the meeting will be the election of four new trustees: to the hospital's board to fill cur-, rent vacancies, and the reelection of many of the trustees now serving the hospital. David Catsman, chairman of the nominating committee. will present the slate, and | elections will follow. J. Gerald Lewis, president of, Mt, Sinai Hospital, will give a report on the activities of 1962, and include an announcement of, plans for 1963. Invitations for the annual meet-; ing have been issued to some 5,000 individual members of Mt. Sinai j Hospital. These include the med-, leal statf. Women's Auxiliary, and| citizens of the area who have contribUted to the hospital's develop ment. Refreshments will follow the meeting, after which the new WEIZMANN REFERS TO HAWKS Moscow Reported Aiding Plans For Egypt to Launch Rockets New York, N.Y.( Special)-For the first time science has found a new healingsubstance with the astonishingability to shrink hemorrhoids, atop rectal itch and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relievingpain, actual raductioa (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — results were so thorough that sufferer* made astonishing statements like "Piles hay* ceaaed to be a problem!" The secret Is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of a world-famous reaearck Institute. This substance is now available in ouppository or ointment form ander the name Preparation H*. At all drug counters. Continued from Page 1-A chase of supersonic Hawk missiles. Col. Weizmann said there would be no difficulty for Israel to absorb and operate the ground-toair missiles which the I nited States agreed last year to sell to Israel. Mr. Peres, who met with President Kennedy al the President's request, said he was impressed by the President's intimate knowledge of Middle East affairs. Prime Minister David BenGurion said this week, in reply to a question about West German scientists aiding Egyptian advanced weapons development, that if Israel had any reason to fear Egypt—"and it has"—it was only from Egypt's conventional weapons. He made the statement in an interview with Davar. The decision reached in Cairo to form a new United Arab Republic composed of Egypt. Syria and Iraq, was meanwhile seen by the Daily Herald in London as posing "a dramatic threat to the security of Israel." The newspaper, organ ol the Labor Party, reviewing "Ihe new Arab trinity." stressed that "Arab nationalism has threatened tune and again to drive the Jews into the sea." Biscayne Chapter Square Dance Biscayne Chapter oi National Children's Cardiac Hospital will sponsor a square dance in Car penter Hall, 625 NE 131st St.. on Saturday evening, May 11. Committee is headed by Mrs. Jack Axelrod, with Mrs. Edwin Colen in charge of tickets, and Mrs. Gordon Engel, decorations President of the organization is Mrs. Charles Held Jr. and Mrs. Howard I'llman Jr.. is vice presi dent. AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Year 'Round Gold Coast {overage Covers four Selling Area Wl 5-1602 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS fOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your furniture, Clothing, tineas, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. 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Friday, April 19. 1963 'JmMi fkrHinr Page 9-A B'nai BVith Plans Family Day At a recent annual dinner of the Tolner Social jf Club of Miami Beach, a scholarship in honor ol David end Sarah Goodman was presented by the couple. The scholarship, in the amount of c "50, will provide tuition, lodging and education fot one year lor a student at the Kiar Agricultural Training School maintained by the Zionist Organization of America in Ashkelon, Israel. Left to right are Joseph Fine, chairman of the dinner, Sam Rappaport. president of the Tolner Social Club, David and Sarah Goodman, Max Fierman, treasurer, and Gil Rappaport, executive director of the Southeast Region ZOA. l B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Mfe hold it annual B'nai B'rith ^Family Day at Westbrooke Coun try Club on Sunday evening, May 19. Mrs, Henry Steinhauser is r president of the BBY board of
  • m the Catholic Church's old uu|usrtorial principles which evidenced ideas of repressive persuasion against non-believers in 'he digmas of the Catholic Thureh ethnic and racial communities. In effect, it calls for a worldwide -pirit of civic unity in which all men of good will work together for human survival and human dignity." While the new encyclical of Pope John XXIII, including its condemnation of racial persecutions and stressing human rights and the rights of minorities was widely reported in the West Ger-1 man press, the influential Frankj tOrtsr Allgemeine Zeitung in Frankfurt also featured criticism against the late Pope Pius XII for his alleged failure to speak out in time againsr the Nazi holocaust. The criticism in the Allegemeine Zeitung was by the noted' Jewish historian, Leon Poliakow. Previously, Dr. Poliakow had been quoted in the German press by Robert Leiber, who had been sec-1 rotary to Pope Pius XII. Dr. Leiber was replying to the anti-Vatican strictures contained in a new play by one of Germany's most prominent young damatists. Rolf Hochhut. In that play, "The Deputy," Hochhut maintained that Pope Pius XII had not aided the Jews persecuted by Hitler. Dr. Leiber quoted from Pofiakow's works to disprove that contention. Dr. Poliakow, calling Prof. I.eiber's quotations •'misleading," insisted in the "Allgemeine" that it "remains a fact that Pope Pius XII had, in individual cases, given protection to Jews being evacuated by the Nazis, but the head of the Church kept silent as long as the death factories in the concentration camps remained in operation." The American Jewish Commit'• apola


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    Page 14-A +.lfwi*l>ncr*Man Friday, April 19, 1963 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MWDUM Polish People's Republic Recalls the Warsaw Ghetto THE AGONY, STRUGGLE AND OBSTRUCTION OF THE JEWS IN POLAND Ml IMS. Printed in Poland; English translation isswod by Palonia Publishing Hausa, with permission of the Publishing House of Hie Ministry of National Defense. S40 photographs. Prof. F ROM THE PREFACE by "We want to enshrine these buried memories Tadeusz Kotarbinski: in redemption of the yearnings of those who died in despair with only an imperishable hope that they would be remembered. Let this hope be cherished by the handful of images gathered in these pages, and by all the other portraits of human faces and representations of the realities of those days." All measure of evil has become possible for us, because of those days; everything is threatening, everything is now credible. And so the obligation is not simply to preserve the memory of the dead, but "to fight against all those things which brought them their sufferings." The album, eight sections of photographs with captions, with a separate English translation, has been edited from several sources, mainly German, and only partly from Polish and Jewish ones Many photographs were found on captured or killed Wehrmacht soldiers; a large UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Shadows Rise on the Interracial Front Today A POPULAR, late-night newscast or CBS-TV quo.es Malxolm X. the No 2 man in command of the Black Mus lims. telling his followers not to she< tears over Hitler's anti-Jewish holo canst. •When thes" Jews.'" h> a vises, "come up in your face, trying to get you to cry for them over what happened to them, yen tell them you don't have any tears left. You have shed too many tears for your own kind." In Harlem. Rep Adam Clayton Powell, chairman of the House Committee on Education and Labor, and at Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Capitol Bar Mitzvah Washington J IMMY FELDMAN, whose Bar Mitzvah was recently honored by President Kennedy and celebrated by the White House staff. Terformed his duties with New "frontier vigor. Jimmy asked not vhat the Bar Mitzvah could do for lim, but what he could do for the Bar Mitzvah. A quiet dignity exemplified America's first Bar Mitzvah boy to have his confirmation marked by an informal White House holiday, a personal gift from President and Mrs. Kennedy, and the dancing of a "freilich hora" by members of the White House staff. Cabinet, Supreme Court, Senate, and diplomatic corps. New Frontiersmen of all faiths danced in a huge circle, hand-in-hand, with Israeli diplomats and ladies of the Sisterhood of Jimmy's temple and Jewish kids from the neighborhood. Jimmy is the son of Myers ("Mike") Feldman. an original member of Mr. Kennedy's personal brain trust, who serves in the White House as Deputy Special Counsel to the President. Mr Kennedy could not come to Washington's Temple Sinai or to the reception because he had to make a speech that day in Chicago. But Jimmy was thoughtfully presented with a beautiful framed lithograph of the White House, inscribed by hand, from "his friends. John Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy." Mr. Feldman. in addition to his important Presidential staff duties on legislative and executive matters, is Mr. Kennedy's personal consultant on Jewish and Israeli affairs. Reliable reports have linked him with the decision to provide Israel with the Hawk missile and a number of anti-bias actions on the domestic scene. He made two trips to Israel within the last year. After the last visit. Prime Minister Ben-Gurion described Mr. Feldman as "the kind of man I can talk to." Among the guests and hora dancers were members of the President's inner circle, his special assistants and personal aides, Lawrence F. O'Brien, Kenneth O'Donaell. Henry W. Wilson. Jr.. Dick Donahue. Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and Pierre Salinger. One saw such personalities as Postmaster General J. Edward Day, Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman. Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz. David E. Bell, director of the Agency for International Development. Jerome B. Wiesr.er. chief scientific adviser to the President. Manny Cohen. Securities and Exchange Commissioner. Mortimer M. Caplin. director of Internal Rvenue. Newton Mmow. chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Walter W. Heller, chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisors, members of Congress, and others. Supreme Cmirt Justice Arthur Goldbera served as an informal toastmaster, making amusing remarks at the festivities. He emerged as one of the most vigorous hora dancers. Noting that his father never had a chance to be "Bar Mitzvahed." Jimmy said he was glad that they were "Bar Mitzvahed" together. the same time pastor of a congregation reputedly having the largest membership of any Christian church in this country, rails aggainst the fact that "white people" hold high posts in such organizations as the Urban League and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. What Rev. Powell said, as quoted, was this: "There are no Negroes in the American Jewish Congress or in the national organizations of Italians—and show me a black irishman if you will. The NAACP has white people in high positions We should boycott it." The Amsterdam News, published by another m;n named Powell, ran the photo of two white men at the top it its Page One story reporting the Powell-NAACP exchange. One of those white men is definitely a Jew. On Chicago's West Side, on Philadelphia's South Side in the areas surrounding Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill, in Crooklvn's Bedford-Stuyvcsant section—"all around the town," as the old song had it—these rumblings are going on. Sometimes they are anti Semitic in outright phrasing.' Always, they are against the Jew in fact. Now and then, the blasts take more concrete form. A cafeteria is picketed on Harlem's main stem. 125th St., because the new owner is not a Negro—he happens to be a Jew. The Negro press plays up these actions—The Amsterdam News in New York. The Defender n Chicago, other papers around the country, read avidly by the Negro masses. Elijah Muhammad, leader of the Black Muslims, with national headquarters in Chicago, spreads his hatred against all "white devils"—but somehow many of them turn out to be Jewish. James Baldwin, one of the most brilliant of contemporary American writers, who is a Negro, notes the Negro anti-Semitism in his bitter, whiplash prose. These are the ominous clouds gathering over the American landscape these days. Responsible Negro leaders speak out against the trend. Roy Wilkins. executive director of the NAACP, looks at the Black Muslim anti-Semitism, derives comfort irom the fact that "it is safe tp say that Muslim antiSemitism differs from the genuine article in that it is part of anti-white-ism, rather than an attitude directed solely toward a particular faith." U.S. Disrict Court Judge James B. Parsons, of Chicago, is cool toward the Black Muslims, assertthat "antiSemitism among Negroes.has weakened." Mr. Wilkins b also optimistic in that regard. There is no doubt what ever about the attitude of the majority of the more responsible of the Negro community. Jackie Robinson, the former baseball player, whose voice is listened to avidly by many millions of Negroes, disagrees with Dr. Powell. But the volatile pastor will not be silenced. In an interview with a New York radio station, he comes about as close to using the word "Jew" as anyone can. when he attacks the New York Times as a newspaper published by people belonging to a "minority" group. He goes even further—questioning whether the New York Times people attend "the synagogue." In spite of leaders like Wilkins and Robinson, Dr. Powell does not let up. So. when he speaks only of "whites" and mentions "synagogue," his people certainly know he means Jews. part were discovered in German records attached to official reports. Others were part of family album:: and diaries kept by Nazi soldiers during the war. The Embassy of the Polish People's Republic, which sent the book, included also a press release citing the preparations in Poland for the commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising and the proclamation by President Kennedy, in consonance with the joint resolution of Congress, inviting the rwople of the United States to observe the anniversary "v Ito appropriate ceremonies and activities." At a time when the Hannah Arendt infamy, accusing the European Jews of collaborating in their own extermination, is still outraging the sensible. Bernard ''irks introduction is particularly significant. The director of the Jewish Historical Institute writes: "But this chronicle is not just a record of martyrdom; it has Its passages ol defiance, of passive and active resistance, of psych' cal. economic and armed opposition. It is not true to say that the Jews went meekly to their deaths. Wherever and whenever it was feasible, they evaded deportation, went into hiding, jumped out of the death trains. coQectrt arms, mustered in the forests, joined the partisans, and* made preparations to do battle in the ghettos and camps There is also Artur Eisenbach's pamphlet. "Operation Reihhard: Mass Extermination of the Jewish Population in Poland." reprinted from "Polish Western Afft There is also a pictorial booklet on Treblinka. These and other new publications are available for distributiOi the Polish Embassy, m Washington, 2640 itn St., The pictures, of course, will break your head I • ever. Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR The Art Haggadah El I A SK A JEWISH scholar about the Sarajevo Haggadah. and ie will tell you that this is a price ess specimen of Jewish book il umination of the 14th Centur> ir.d me of the finest—if not the tin lest—Haggadah in the world. Ask I a non-Jew ish lover of art abou' Sarajevo Haggadah, and he will I tell you that it is one of the treasures of medieval culture. For many years, various art publications have been reproducing illustrations from this illuminated manuscript as exampleof book art. but never has this famous Haggadah been reproduced in its entirety. An exquisite edition of the Sarajevo Haggadah, with complete text and colorful illustrations, has now been published for the first time by Harconrt, Brace and World. It took the publishers three >iars to prepare the engravings which convey with remarkable fidelity the charm of the original illuminations. This magnificent Haggadah. which has become part of the history of art, is more than 600 years old and is in possession of the Yugoslav National Museum in Sarajevo. Its reputation as an art treasure is so great that when the Nazis occupied Sarajevo in 1941. one of their first actions was to -end an officer to the National Museum to seize it. However, the director of the museum succeeded in hiding it in a remote village until tie war was over. The rare medieval Haggadah is considered a masterpiece because of its 69 extremely beautiful illuminations Reproduced with painstaking care for the American edition, the illuminations illustrate in consistent detail the entire book of Genesis the story of the Exodus and the Egyptian bondage, the giving of the Ten Commandments, and other episodes from the Bible In a beautiful combination of colors they present each of the seven days of Creation. ... %  : i -ir-. r. :• ':... :•..:• %  • ; ::.". Panorama: Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ Will Durant Forgot Who the Prime Source Was RABBI STEPHEN S. WISE was oncef^%  asked if he had read a certain best seller. He answered. No. he hadn't got f ten around to it yet. he hadn't finishee [ reading the Bible. I am a little slow too. Just go through Will Durant's "Story of Phi' osophy." It was a best seller 30 year ago. A very good book too, but the au thor made a little mistake. One of the be*. .. of Talmudic time.is of the heathen who said to HUlel: "Tell me what is Judaism, while l stand on one i Hillel answered: "Love your neighbor ayourself. That is the Law All the rest is commentary." Durant. in his "Story ol Philosophy" uses the same •nry. but instead of HUlel being asked the question, it was a monk who was asked the question, and not about Judaism but about Christianity. Of course, it is possible that a man might have stood up on one leg and asked i monk the same Question aboul %  inn s. Christianity, but I doubt it. I don't think the P racU ^ of asking questions while standing on one leg ad 1111 such a vogue, h „ Ine author of the "Story of Philosophy" Just %  %  ol ^\ characters mixed. There is a story' about a J<* I put a nickel in %  slot machine and when nothing c %  I out. yelled at the machine, "Anti-Semite.'' 1 knW I Mr Durant is no anti Semite, but why do things that happen so often? wnwl The other night. I was listening to an em mem m J Ian on the radio discoursing on the history of f"*_ He Bald the world owes its freedom to the Protesta M-jl I thought, if they aaked me, I would saj 1IU '> *'. lM | owe a little to Jews, too. Didn't Macaulay saj %  I defenders Ol Civil Liberty in Kr.-laul were alwaj* MOID the Old Testament'' jt ,, Take the Liberty Ball in Philadelphia. On ?jg taken not from Luther or Erasmuor even _. testanl author, like Shakespeare, bul from "' "Proclaim liberty unto all the land and all IM tanta thereof."



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    th .lift owian s 'WoM "Jewish Floridian "oridn, Friday. April 19. 1963 Section B Smiling faces of the committee indicate that the 15th anniversary celebration for the establishment of the State of Israel will be a success. Left to right are Mrs. Milton S. Green, ticket chairman; Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, executive secretary; A. Arthur Pekelner, general chairman; Miss Marguerite Marx, general secretary; and Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, patrons committee. The affair will be at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Saturday evening. Emma Lazarus Ending Season Emma Lazarus Oneg Shubbat study group will close the current oeaspn with a luncheon at the Sing apore on Thursday noon. Apr. 25. Guest speaker will he Louis Schwartzman. executive director. Bureau of Jewish Education. Musical selections will be offered by Marion Spear, concert and opera singer, with Mrs. Bertha Barnett, accompanist, and Sin, Joseph White, program chairman, will conduct a Hebrew singing group. Participating in the program will he Mrs. Jack Cutler, Mrs. Barney Joseph, Mrs. Max Grant, Mrs. Jos< ph Ash. Mrs. Pauline Brickner and Mrs. Perl Berger. Mrs. William Lipsitz is education chairman, and Mrs. Norman Meyers is president of the group. Members of Sisterhood of Temple Menoroh discuss thei. donor luncheon at the Deauville Hotel last Wednesday. Lef: to right are Mrs. Alvin Schlesinger, donor credit chirmar. Mrs. Sam Belsky, donor luncheon chairman; and Mrs. Rcr Morse, Sisterhood president. Young Marrieds Set Brunch Young Married Couples Group at Beth David will meet for brunch on Sunday. Apr. 28. at 11:30 a.m., in the social hall. Weather permitting, the group will go to Crandon Park. Serving with Barry Kareh. chairman of the day, are Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Kranz. Mr. and Mrs Law rence Panics, Mr. and Mrs. Schulemson, and Mr. and Mi-. Harold Marks. Lewis F. Cohen i.president of •he club, which numbers 44 you couples on its membership list. This Sunday evening, the orgsIzation will hold a square dance id Spcctor Hall. Hadassah Schedules ^ Fla. Regional Confab i\ Fl r la Regional Conference of h will be opened Apr. 28 it the Doral Country Club by Mrs. Irwin Lias, Florida Region president. Delegates and members ::u:n .11 over Florida and Puerto II meet for an educational and fun packed three days. Workshops headed by experts in I will be conducted during and the evenings will be filled with education and enteri nt. • posiuno on Sunday evening ai th. Doral Beach Hotel, chaired by Mr<. Dorothy Kreiger Fink, of Miami Reach, is open to the pub1 will feature Dr. Martin Sobel, Rev. Theodore Gibson, and Di II Franklin Williams, of the it) nt Miami. A reception i r delegate! will follow at the Club. Other must speakers will inelude Dr. Paul Watson, noted psychologist, who will help conduct the Leadership Workshop on Sunday afternoon, and Ena Naunton, Miami Herald Club Editor, who will speak at the Penpushers Workshop on Monday. The banquet Monday evening at the Doral Beach Hotel, also open to the public, will help celebrate Israels 15th anriversary. and also present a program featuring Edward (Ted) Berkman. author of Cast a Giant Shadow.' "Pathway! to Progress" has been chosen as this year's conference theme by the regional chairman, Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. and local conference chairman. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Hadassah. now celebrating its 51st birthday, was organized in 1912 by Henrietta Szold and has grown to be the largest women's Zionist organization in the United States. COSTUME SALE FROM OUR FASHION FLOOR, THE THIRD AT 1/2 PRICE AND LESS! n J by The European cruise planned bj Yvette (Mrs. Micky< Kraus sounded so delightful that she round herself, unexpected .h two traveling compan 1 Mrs, Prances Lrnn and A rea Mrs. Harold) Soglovitz living to New York next etk, the trio will leave May 1 on the Coronia for a tour which "II make stops at ports as cx"' u as Morrocco, Targiers Athens, Dubrovnlk, Barcelona, and Lisbon There'll also be longer Mays in Paris and London before the homeward trek on the Queen Elizabeth sometime in Jure. I'" tty Jackson raved so Bitch about her recently-leased Hi out apartment at the Crystal House, daughter could hardly wait to see So -he. Husband Buddy j"


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    Page 8-B +Jewish Ftcrkflftri Friday. April 19, 19G3 Banking Institute Honors Dunlap Over 350 bankers of the Miami rea joined i" a testimonial ban uei in honor of fully F. Dunlap. resident oi Riverside Bank, at .0 Deauville Hotel last Wednes ay evening Dunlap is the rerently-eiected president of the ;• lorida Bankers Association. The occasion witnessed the largBSsembly of senior bank ofeers to attend a meeting of the liami Chapter, American institute I Banking. Dunlap is the sec nd Miami banker ever elected resident oi the state assocaition. The first was Comer J. Kimball, lard chairman of First National ank ol Miami, in 1954. Kimball. jeonard A. I sina, and Michael J. : ranco were on the program to Ive their personal tribute to 3 unlap. Fred 0. Dickinson came from est Palm Beach to be the main .speaker of the evening, and devered an address on "The Fuire of Florida." Dunlap was presented with a iaque "in token of his cooperation nd leadership in the work of the imerican Institute of Banking." Michael M. Isenberg. vice president and Trust Officer of Central Dank and Trust Company, is chairman of the Forum and Seminar Committee and was toastmaster of 6 executive banking dinner. Beth Am Meeting Dental Auxiliary Slates Luncheon Alpha Omega Women's Auxiliary the Alpha Omega Dental Frat• rnity, which participates in the .rowth and development of the sraeli Dental School at Hebrew Diversity, will have a luncheon Meeting at the Seville Hotel on Tuesday noon. Jay Jensen, director of drama .r Miami Beach Senior High, and l the Academy of Drama and! iodelin". will present a series of ramatic scenes with four Beach High student.-. Participating stu-i ents are Gail Gour. Carole Levy, 1 Trudy Gertkrand Doreen Sak'-i i is Program chairman of the Auxilary is Mrs. Jack Mishkin. Pres!ent is Mrs Edwin Birns. Election of new officers and board members will be the main order of business at the Temple Beth Am congregation meeting conducted by Joseph Altchuller, president, on Monday evening in the auditorium. Tlaidlond 1 C enter Offers Variety An interesting place to observe shopping habits i* a typical "Plaidland" redemption center for plaid stamps. In an hour, merchandise redeemed maj range from a baby ifety gate to a bird cage stand. The manager Of one Plaidland Bays, "Most people have studied the plai.1 stamp catalog and know I what they want. But they cant resist 'shopping'." Frequently a man or woman who has saved several books of plaid stamps isn't quite sure what to redeem tnein for. but quickly | responds to any help offered. This person likes to see items available before deciding whether to take one, two or possibly three. Plaidlands invite browsing, with a large variety of top-quality merchandise displayed on "island" counters, and wide aisles between. Signs posted high on the walls indicate where some of the most popular categories are. and they I include sports, garden, toys, glass! ware, silver, household, bedding | and linens. The 16 most popular items in Plaidlands across the country are: 1 sheet, 4 pillow cases, a toy pickup truck with a boat and trailer, alarm clock, inflatable clown, all available for 1 book; ironing cad1 dy, baby seat, alarm clock, bathroom scale, child's watch, up to 2 books and a little over; folding chair, 9-eup percolator, bathroom scale, step stool, 3 books and over; and portable mixer, 4 books.—S.T. No. Miami Beach Streams to Polls A total of 6.138 persons went to the polls Tuesday in the North Miami Beach election. -Tn the race for* mayor. Arthur l Snyder received 2,807 Others were Dr. William s. Currie. 1.888; William Kohicr. 973; and A. J. Kaplan. 544. In three races for seats on the Pit) council, results wen as follow s Group Three— William M McDonald, 1,942; John Estes. 1,602; Marvin Shachat. 1.333; and Salvatore Battaglia, 682. Group Five—Alfred Herdegen, 1.862; Jack Germain. 1.369; Jeronu Linet. 1.225; and Lowell Patrick. 1,115. Group Seven—l.eroy Levy. 2.181; Newton Greene, 2,015; an I Maurice Weeks, 1.375. Top two candidates in each group will be featured In a run off In the mayor's r hen will also i e a run oil bel %  Snyder ard Currie. Joseph M. Lipton will ha installed to another term as president of Temnle EmanuEl at Friday evening services of the Temple this weekend. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader, will officiate and preside at the installation. Samuel N. Friedland will again be chairman of the board of trustees. Health Talk For Sunshine Chapter Regular meeting and a health talk are slated for Sunshine Chap1 ter. B'nai B'rith Women, on Tuesdav. 1 p.m., at the Congress Bowl. Mrs. Sylvia M. Bowles, program; director of the Greater Miami Heart Assn.. will introduce Dr.| Joseph Glassberg in a talk on "High Blood Pressure" A question and answer period will fol low the talk. Chairing the afternoon will be Mrs. Jacob Wolosin. THE LERNERS Established In 1945 FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. jj£ 'Restaurant DINNERS SERVED DAILY Jewish-American WORLD RENOWNED Cuisine PARKING FACILITIES SUPERLATIVE FOOD AND ATMOSPHERE Dade Heights on TV Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will be represented on "The Still Small Voice over Ch. 7 on Sunday. 10 a.m.. by Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel and the Senior High study group. Surfside Concert Slated Saturday Surfside Music Society will preMurian Spear, lyric soprano. nd Victor Marchaesi, tenor, in a rogram of popular songs and opratic ariaSaturdhy, 8:30 p.m.. i the Surfside Playhouse of the Community Center at 93rd St. Accompanist Saturday evening ill be Sally Glass, CONTINENTAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only "Shorner Shabbos" 1UT RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD RD„ Miami 226-1744 CONTINENTAL^ CATERERS > J *x %  ill till tlEPMONC 2 M4 .^ v TtLtFMONC ZZ6 '744 j FRIDAY SATURDAY, SUNDAY DhN€ AT cfhe CO o Men DINNER FROM 5 :3 TO 9 SUPPER AND DANCING OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Westbrooke CA1-8000 8500 ON THE TRAIL MlnufB from mvrywhmrm ...Jut off thm Pmlmatto ITALIAN CUISINE OPEN YEAR ROUND COCKTAILS Pkone FR 9-3898 1300 N.W. 7th Ave. Est. 1939 VevrNoff Ckas. J. ValentiMaitre D* Hot.l Chas. Reynard CRYSTAL ROOM LOMBARDY HOTEL DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Under Strict Rabbiric.il Supervision. Mashgiach on Premises Catering in the Crystal Room or Place of Vour Choice SAND-ELL STRICTLY KOSHER CATERERS UN 6-6226 > > % % OANPiKi t • i lUHltl tXCLH aUNTHh NU UOVci N, KIN W*£-mM *IROLYNESIAN RESTAURANT ^L *** and .GARDENS 'rHONES MIMI FR 144J9 FT UUD HIWD. A 3 Mil U S 1 — 0ICINT TO HOLLYWOOD DOS TRACK ONI OF TMI WORLD'S FINIST IATING PIACIS DIDJANOWE LUNCHEON THAT YOU CAN GET A COMPLETE a From 75c From $3.25 DINNER (Monday Thru Friday Only) SNACKS F rom 55c Be sure fo fry our excel/ml Pastries and fees. FREE VALET PARKING AT i i i i i i i < 4 1 i i i The Royal Hungarian"— Restaurant 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 NOW BOOKING FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS — CATERING FOR BAR MITZVAHS & WEDDINGS Make you. i est rv.itions now for Mother's Day KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART RRUNS, CoOwnir TRADITIONAL FRIDAY Mil: m\\i:ii ::.>r COMPLIMENTARY WINE Dinner Music By Ray Paul 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Ph. 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    Friday. April 19. 1963 +Jewlsli fkridHknn Page 13-A JEWISH MORALISTS \ • Berakot. 6. thing! stand at the top of \l and yet people malte -:m. ^ • • • Zohar, IV. 193k \\ • ii :hc sigtt of a proud man' ;. %  anyone. • Zohar. IV. 19J. /• j man praises himself, it il t he ^nou'.( nf>fhinj{. • ibbat, >3; Kiddushin. 49. Poverty is ifientimes a siqn of .,-,-. In a man. Star,. 5. ..... consenting ihr man of I I and lie cajrhoi abide toI &f • Bag Rag Mkk T1..11 il Hhe and turn it over (.gain, /or 1:s 111 it. and union..•ni !M A T: ue ll< 1 Itagi BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3ro ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Prlday 6:8.1 p.m. Saturdaj 8:3(1 a.m. Sermon: "Sons ••( Songs." Mint lia ri:">n p.m. Sermon: "Freedom." e %  BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum Friday %  "> and B:80 p.m. Baa Mltsvah: 1 Ruaan, ilauitht.r of Mr. ami Mrs. By Reese. Saturdaj vi:, a.m. Bar Mlts1 van: Martin, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bercer; Richard, son of Mr. and Mis. Norman undo. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. • DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservstive. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday 1:15 p.m. Bermon: "The I Reality of the Unseen." Saturday 1:10 a.m Bar Mltsvah: Steven, wm of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Boaa la r Shaloua Seudoa 8:18 p.m. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. • ~^— HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Friday 1:80 p.m. Saturday :• a.m Bar Mltsvah: Robert, sou of Mr. ami Mrs. Erwin Jacobaohn. GEMS OF WISDOM A boo\ is the most delightftil npamon. an inanimate thing, vet it iJk.\' %  strmulotea your taunt its Thtrc is in the world no friend wore faithful and attentive no teacher more proficient. It uyll you in (olitude, accompany you in exile, serve as a candle in the ata'!(. and entertain yon in your loneliness, It trill do yoti good, and a:30 p.m. "Ethics of the Fathers. • T B8M H.1 BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "What Kind of Jew Are You?" Saturday 11:18 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Michael, -son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Cawllnirr; IKinald, son of Mr. and Mrs. David I Kates. TEMPLE BETH *EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 8. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. I Friday 8:1a p.m. Sermon: "Lift— our Supreme Teacher." Saturday 11 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rsbbl Leen Kronlsh. Cantor David Conviser. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "What Should We Remember about the Warsaw CShetto?" Saturday 10;i.'i a. 111. liar Mltsvah: Mitchell, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Cordon. TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving LehrmaiCantor Hirsh Adler. Triil.i\ v:ln 11. m. Saturday !• am. Bar Mltsvah: Joel. s,,n ol Mr. and Mrs .Leonard Rlcnelaon; Baa Mltsvah: Marline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs M01 Krovefi • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:13 p.m Se mon: Should Keligi'i M be Ifrald ol and Humaj TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown. Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "How Can 1 Make Mj Child a Better Btudentr Sew officers of Blaterhood will be) honored. Mrs. Leonard K a li a n president, will participate. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Heroea an Made." Has Mitzvah: Marleue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jack Segal. Saturday a.m. Sermon: "The Portion of ill. Law." Par Mltsvah: Larrj. son of Mr and Mis. Samuel Feldman. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. I Frida; 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'Some j Poat-raaaover Thomrhta." Saturday s |S a in Par Mltsvah: Hrian. son .11 Mr. and Mis. Arnold Wlsscr. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Frldny 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Can the v..inn;. 1 Generation Relax?" Saturday 11 a 11 Bar Mltsvah: Brian, son of Mr. and Mis Edward Auerbaon. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. Frlda] s 10 p.m. Bermon: 'Serenity In the Wilderness." Ones Bhabbat hosted b) Mrs Rose Kata In honor of Tist birthday "f her father, Reuben Levin. Saturdaj '.' a m. s. rmon: "The. Portion of the Week. — e TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday *:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Jew and Medicine." Saturday I 15 am. Services conducted by Religious Brhonl -tudents. Prayers b) Howard Manhoff and Brent PUskln. Sermon by Robert '-• ai iu. TEMPLE ZlON. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Friday "<:30 p.m. Bermon: "Counting of the Onicr." Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Simon. i TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 M. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Giants. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu Friday S:!j p.m. Sennon: "Unal dedication." Has Mltsvah: Linda, • daughter of Mrs. Mona Sherman. Saturday 9 a.m. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Secmon: "People and Places." Mincha 6:30 p.m. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Friday 8:88 p.m. Quest speaker, Kabbl Sheldon Edwards, Hillel dire.lor at Iowa University. "What's Happening in American Judaism?" Sisterhood "111 host Uneg Shabbat. ~mr %  CANDLELIGHT ING TIME 25 Nisan — 6:28 p.m.



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    "eJewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 36 — Number 16 Miami. Florida. Friday. Aoril 19. 1963 Two Sections — Price 20* Congress Will Oppose Aid to Egypt REDS USE IT AS PROPAGANDA < Council for Judaism Backs Soviet Position On Jewish Bias Denial -H1NGTON — (JTA) — Soviet diplomats and Communist propin this country are making extensive use of material proi the American Council for Judaism in their attempts to quiet nn'iir 'concern among Jews and non-Jews over the systematic disi)ii practiced against the Jews in the Soviet Union. The Soviet Embassy in Washing 'TEACHING OF ISRAEL' ,on re P ncs ,0 written inquiries on Legislators Join in Sharp Rebuke of Easy-Going Attitude Toward Nasser IfP. WILLIAM MILLtK Pope John Given For Encyclical l'\ — (JTA) — The encycli : countries participating in Jerusalem's first international Book Fair, will not be flown during the week-long exhibit opening Apr. 21, il was disclosed here Wednesday. The decision to bar the West German flag was taken to avert possible anti-Bonn demonstrations bv Israelis opposed to the informal Government policy of gradual normalization of relations between the two countries/ an.I opposition which ranges from the right end I.; the left end ot Israelpolitical spectrum. The same reasoning wil' treat the West German books aentries of private publi-hers and not as national exhibits. The problem of West German participation in the Book Fair troubled both the Israel Foreign Ministry and the Jerusalem Municipality and the iasua was sharpened by the currant controversy over West Germar. PADS BEING ERECTED NOW Moscow Reported Aiding Plans For Egypt to Launch Rockets LONDON — (JTA) — The Soviet Union is secretly building plants for the launching of surface-to-air missiles by Egypt, according to a Cairo report in the Daily Express here. The launching pads are re portedly being located at the request of Egyptian President Nasser, in strategic spots in Egypt, and one of these plants, at Aswan, in Upper Egypt, is "already operational." At the saipe lime, the report slated. Nasser has ordered a crash, sound, capable of carrying air-to program for the development of 1 "" "•" ; 'li !Sl ls,a 1 supersonic jet fighters wilh a speed The Express report stated ol Mach-2. twice the speed of that, with these steps by Nasser. "the Middle East arms race is on in earnest," Ihe previous balance of arms in the region having turned ir.to "a balance of terror." The newspaper's correspondent stated he had learned in Cairo that work on four ef the missile launching pads is "well advanced." Shimon Peres, Deputy Defense Minister, and Col. Bier Weil maim. Air Force commander, re turned to Tel Aviv this week from a brief visit to Washington where they reportedly negotiated with United Slates officials on the pur scientists working on advanced weapons development in Egypt. The formal decision was that only the flags of countries with which Israel maintains diplomatic .•eli'ions will be flown during the Fair. A total of 2,400 publishers will exhibit. Countries represented include the United Slates, Britain. France. Russia, Argentina. Can%  ada. Japan, Spain. Poland, Iran, Switzerland. Mexico. Venezuela. Continued on Page 6-A


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    "eJewish Flor idian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    Volume 36 Number 16
    Miami. Florida. Friday. Aoril 19. 1963
    Two Sections Price 20*
    Congress Will Oppose Aid to Egypt
    REDS USE IT AS PROPAGANDA <
    Council for Judaism
    Backs Soviet Position
    On Jewish Bias Denial
    -H1NGTON (JTA) Soviet diplomats and Communist prop-
    - in this country are making extensive use of material pro-
    i the American Council for Judaism in their attempts to quiet
    nn'iir" '- concern among Jews and non-Jews over the systematic dis-
    i)ii practiced against the Jews in the Soviet Union.
    The Soviet Embassy in Washing
    'TEACHING OF ISRAEL' ,on rePncs ,0 written inquiries on
    Legislators Join in Sharp
    Rebuke of Easy-Going
    Attitude Toward Nasser
    IfP. WILLIAM MILLtK
    Pope John
    Given
    For Encyclical
    l'\ (JTA) The encycli
    titled ;icem in Terris" (P-.'ace on
    Earl as hailed here this week
    bj D: Jacob Kaplan, chief rabbi
    ol !', -. as a message "worthy
    ot ir caching of Israel "
    l)r Kaplan emphasized particul-
    arly : portion of the encyclical,
    entitlei "The Right to Worship
    Goil '..cording to One's Con-
    siienci.' which declared: "Every
    humar -eing has the right to hon-
    or Gc<_ according to the dictate j
    ol ar upright conscience, and
    then :c r the right to worship God
    pn\..tt and publicly."
    wmi I particularly want to
    stress," said Or. Kaplan, "is tha
    vigorous stand takan by tha
    Catholic Church In favor af all
    mn o protest tha raligion af
    their choice, and tha imocrt-
    nc jivan to notions af justice
    in mrrrhyawan relationsjustice.
    Continued an Pe* -*
    the treatment of Russian Jews by
    including statements by Leonard
    K. Sussman. executive director of
    the Council, as "prool" that anti-
    Jewish discrimination does not
    exist in the Soviet Union. Com-
    munist publications, currently de-
    voting much attention to -denials
    of mistreatment of the Jewish
    minority in the Soviet Union, also
    place considerable reliance on the
    "evidence"- in statements by the
    Council for Judaism.
    Officials of tha organiiation
    have apparently taken on them-
    selves the duty of replying to
    criticisms of the Soviet Union's
    Jewish policy wherever such
    criticism may appear in news-
    papers throughout the United
    States. They frequently prevail
    upon local members of tha or-
    ganiiation to write to the news-
    papers, as individuals, denying
    mistreatment of the Jews in
    Russia. The Council for Juda- I
    ism "line" is to identify such ;
    charges as "Zionist propaganda."
    The onus of dealing with most;
    protests received by the Soviet
    Embassy on the Jewish question
    falls on" Genna.ii V. Gavrikov, the
    Embassy's Second Secretary. Mr.
    Gavrikov generally replies by
    quoting statistics on the Jewish,
    population in Russia, official state-
    ments on the status of the Jewish
    community, and the "evidence"
    of the Council for Judaism. A
    typical letter from Mr. Gavrikov
    concluded as follows:
    "And here is further evidence
    coming from Mr, Leonard R. Suss-
    man. executive director of the
    American Council of Judaism. This
    is what he had to say concerning
    the question In his address before
    Continued on Page 5-A
    W. AVtKILl HAKKIMAN
    WASHINGTON (JTA) Dem-
    ocrats and Republicans this week
    indicated that they will oppose'
    further American financial assist
    ance to Egypt, in view of the fact
    that such assistance enables the
    Egyptian Government to secure
    armaments from the Soviet Union
    and other countries, thereby en-
    dangering the relative peace in
    the Middle East.
    Chairman Emanuel Celler. of
    the House Judiciary Committee,
    announced that he would offer an
    amendment to the pending For
    eign Aid Bill, to prevent Egypt
    "from using American aid in any
    manner endangering the peace in
    the Middle East." He ciled the
    Egyptian missile buildup. "We
    cannot afford to lose sight of the
    fad that Egypt refused to rccog
    nize the existence of the State ot
    Israel, and has again threatened
    to push her into the sea," he said
    Rep. William E. Miller, chair-
    man of the Republican National
    Committtee, H)M that the Repub-
    lican members of Congress will
    oppose further American finan-
    cial assistance to Egypt. "Our
    economic aid to President Nas-
    ser," he said, "has enabled him
    to divert enough money to pur-
    chase massive armaments from
    Soviet Russia and other Com-
    munist bloc countries, to engage
    in a cos.ly military adventure in
    Yemen, involving some 20,000
    Egyptian soldiers, and to pay
    for the development of offensive
    missiles."
    The Republican national chair-
    man, who serves as a Congress
    man representing New York.
    pointed out that "American tax-
    payer dollars, therefore, make it
    possible lor Ihe U.\R to threaten.
    iot only Israel, but other gov-
    reign M:d East states where we
    lave considerable strategic, poll-
    ical and economic interests "
    Rep Miller charged that "piOUJ
    tatements and assertions of
    Continued on Pge 8-A
    *
    Harriman Says Israel Also Has Missiles;
    Shouldn't Feel Pinched by Bonn Scientists
    WASHINGTON (JTA) The
    State Department said this week
    that the United States could not
    consider Egypt alone in connec-l
    tion with West German scientists
    aiding weapons development bt
    caM Israel too had a missile pro- ]
    gram. The Department also
    stressed that use of West Germans
    by Egypt en-bled Egypt to lessen
    reliance on the Soviet Union for
    such resources.
    The views were set forth by W.
    Averill Harriman, Under Secretary
    Of State for Political Affairs, in a]
    letter to Rep. Leonard Farbstem,
    New York Democrat and member
    of the House Foreign Affairs Com-
    ndttee. Rep. Farbstein had sent
    a letter to the Department warn-
    tag that the German-aided arma-
    meat program could lead to war,
    Continued on Paqe J-A
    German Flag Banned at Book Fair
    Israe. Ambassador Avraham
    Harrr.cn will address a 15th
    anniversary celebration of the
    State of Israel sponsored by
    ,se Zionist Council of South
    r lorida on Saturday evening
    a' Miami Beach Auditorium.
    (See story, Page 7-A).
    JERUSALEM flag of West Germany, one of the
    >: countries participating in Jeru-
    salem's first international Book
    Fair, will not be flown during the
    week-long exhibit opening Apr. 21,
    il was disclosed here Wednesday.
    The decision to bar the West
    German flag was taken to avert
    possible anti-Bonn demonstrations
    bv Israelis opposed to the inform-
    al Government policy of gradual
    normalization of relations between
    the two countries/ an.I opposition
    which ranges from the right end
    ' I.; the left end ot Israel- political
    spectrum. The same reasoning wil'
    treat the West German books a-
    entries of private publi-hers and
    not as national exhibits.
    The problem of West German
    participation in the Book Fair
    troubled both the Israel Foreign
    Ministry and the Jerusalem
    Municipality and the iasua was
    sharpened by the currant con-
    troversy over West Germar.
    PADS BEING ERECTED NOW
    Moscow Reported Aiding Plans
    For Egypt to Launch Rockets
    LONDON (JTA) The Soviet Union is secretly building plants
    for the launching of surface-to-air missiles by Egypt, according to a
    Cairo report in the Daily Express here. The launching pads are re
    portedly being located at the request of Egyptian President Nasser, in
    strategic spots in Egypt, and one of these plants, at Aswan, in Upper
    Egypt, is "already operational."
    At the saipe lime, the report
    slated. Nasser has ordered a crash, sound, capable of carrying air-to
    program for the development of1-"" "" ;'-li'!Sl ls,a'1
    supersonic jet fighters wilh a speed The Express report stated
    ol Mach-2. twice the speed of that, with these steps by Nasser.
    "the Middle East arms race is
    on in earnest," Ihe previous bal-
    ance of arms in the region hav-
    ing turned ir.to "a balance of
    terror." The newspaper's cor-
    respondent stated he had learn-
    ed in Cairo that work on four
    ef the missile launching pads is
    "well advanced."
    Shimon Peres, Deputy Defense
    Minister, and Col. Bier Weil
    maim. Air Force commander, re
    turned to Tel Aviv this week from
    a brief visit to Washington where
    they reportedly negotiated with
    United Slates officials on the pur
    ' scientists working on advanced
    weapons development in Egypt.
    The formal decision was that
    only the flags of countries with
    which Israel maintains diplomatic
    .eli'ions will be flown during
    the Fair.
    A total of 2,400 publishers will
    exhibit. Countries represented in-
    clude the United Slates, Britain.
    France. Russia, Argentina. Can-
    ada. Japan, Spain. Poland, Iran,
    Switzerland. Mexico. Venezuela.
    Continued on Page 6-A


    Page 2-A
    * **cl< nrwiHK^r
    Friday. April 19,
    Myers Day Center Will be Erected
    STANLEY C. MYUS
    Argentina Seen
    Lenient With
    Anti Semites
    BUENOS AIRES tJTA) A
    MBlter picture of leniency toward
    anti-Jewish aggressions by Argen-
    tine authorities and judiciary was
    outlined here this week at the
    Plenary session of the DAIA. the
    central representative body of Ar-
    gentine Jewry, by its general sec-
    retary Abraham Gorbatt.
    Dr. Isaac Goldenberg. president,
    said that N:zi.-m "now has a state
    to support it. Egypt.'" He said
    neo Nazism until recently was
    an "internationally disconnected
    movement." He also said it was
    an instrument which was feeding
    anti-Semitism to weaken Jewish
    communities and thus indirectly
    ueaken Israel. He called for
    stronger Jewish unity to meet the
    thrtat and stressed that world
    Jewry lacked a central political
    round table.
    Gregorio Faigon. vice president
    ot DAIA. told the session that
    while the position of Argentine
    Jew ry had not undergone any maj-
    or changes in recent months in-
    i.-rr ally it was displaying less
    unity and solidarity than in mom-
    ents of emergency, a reference tc
    the outbursts of anti-Semitic
    smearings. shooting* and other at-
    tacks on Jews after the execution
    i t Adolf Eichaiar.n in Israel.
    Two prominent Greater Miami
    community leaders, alw known
    i ationally for their civic, philan-
    thropic, and cultural endeavor, are
    the recipient> of a unique honor
    The Hou-ing Authority of the
    i :> of Miami and Senior Day Cen-
    ters, in recognition of their broad
    ; chievemert>, will formally name
    their newest project the Stanley
    .-ind Martha Myers Senior CUtlfll
    Center.
    Mr. and Mrs. Myers will be
    honored at a noon luncheon on
    Thursday, Apr. 25. in the Du-
    pont Plaza Hotel to mark the
    event.
    Construction of the unit will be-
    sin shortly at 440 SW 5th St.. ad-
    jacent to 288 housing units for the
    elderly of the Miami Housing Au-
    thority
    It is expected that the project
    v ill be completed by the end of
    the year at a cost of -ome $200,000.
    Buiidin2 lund> will come from the
    Federal Government Furnishing
    costs are to be derived from the
    community here. When in full op-
    eration, some 1.000 senior citizens
    v, ill be accommodate:'.
    Film Festival
    To be Launched
    In Surfside
    The Town of Surfside. in coop-
    eration with the Museum of Mod-
    ern Art Film Library, will inau-
    gurate an Antique Film Festival
    at the Surfside Community Cen-
    ter on May 2.
    The aeries will feature some of
    the fir>t movies ever produced by
    the film industry and illustrate
    revolutionary advances made in
    both silent and sound productions.
    Surfside Councilman Lee How-
    ard, who heads a special film com-
    mittee named by Mayor Sidney
    King, said the 12-week series will
    be the first ever staged by anv
    municipals
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    Thursday evening starting at 8:15
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    Ham'man Tells Israel That She Also Has Missiles
    mass destruction and sophisticaf
    cd offensive weapons into th
    area.

    Continued from Page M
    and a request for UnTtedlsiates in-
    tervention.
    Mr. Harriman also replied
    ^t removal of tho West Cor-
    mans mioht eau their replace-
    ment "by Soviet bloc personnel
    gam forelno. the UAR Into
    jreater reliance en the Soviet."
    Frankly, the matter goes be-
    yond the domestic programs of
    the (MA and-'the-role played by.
    German scientists who number
    perhaps some 300. Of these, ten
    or so are employed in the rocket
    program and the remainder in the
    jet engine and air frame program,"
    the State Department official and
    former New York Governor as-
    serted.
    "It is by no means clear that
    im
    Jewish Family and Children's Service
    To Receive National Recognition
    Jewish Family and Children's
    service has been designated as the
    recipient of a national award by
    ,he Child Welfare League of Amer-
    ica. The award is for meritorious
    service in hehalf of unaccompan
    led Cuban refugee children, and
    v ,n he presented at the National
    Conference on Social Welfare in
    (leveland, O., on May 23.
    Leon D Fisher, executive direc
    log qJ Jewish Family and Chil
    Service, will accept the
    award for the agency.
    During tho past 18 months,
    Jewish Family and Children's
    Service provided foster home
    care for 116 unaccompanied chil-
    dren, and in addition supervis-
    ed 42 Cuban children in the
    > home of local relatives."
    "While the arrival of more chil
    dren has been suspended because
    j of the recent events in Cuba, the
    i agency is prepared to resume this
    program when the need again
    exists," Fisher said Wednesday.
    The Child. Yveitare League of
    America is the national standard-
    getting organization in the field of
    child care services. JFCS is an
    accredited member agency of the
    League. The agency's program
    includes foster care, adoption, and
    services for the unmarried moth-
    er. In addition, JFCS is present-
    ly planning the establishment of
    8 group treatment home for cmo-
    tionallv-disturbed children.
    the development of the supersonic phasis" in State Department plan-
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    In respect to rockets, he said
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    Israel too has its own missile
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    the West Germans working on
    the UAR rocket program "are
    few in number" and that it was
    not at all certain "they would all
    obey a summons from their gov-
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    He also said that in its Middle
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    had to deal "even-hanJedly with
    all Ihe states concerned and for
    protecting and advancing United
    States interests." Middle East
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    Volume 36
    25 Nisan 5723
    Friday. April 19. 1963
    Number 16
    Mr. Harriman
    Makes No Sense
    Mr. Harriman's statement on
    the U.S. position with respect to
    the German scientists now at
    work in Egypt is both and insensi-
    tive and a senseless one.
    Mr. Harriman has chosen the
    seemingly high load of equality:
    How can Israel complain about
    the missile scientists in Nasser's
    laboratories when Israel has : = -
    s.ies o: her own?
    This is patent nonsense. Does
    Mr. Hcrr:rr.-r. speck of Sbavil '.'/
    If he does then he is refemr.r to
    a missile C-.z: may have put Israel
    on the map so far as sub-orb::^:
    aar.chir.gs ~:e ccr.rerr.ed bu: be
    can hardly mean a missile with a
    tactical military capability.
    Does Mr. Harriman speak of
    the U.S. Hawks? In the first place,
    iese are ground-to-air weapons
    of no more than 25 to 30-mile
    range. In the second place, Amer-
    ican and Israeli authorities are
    still discussing methods of deliv-
    ery and means of payment some
    ten months after the initial an-
    nouncement of the sale. As yet
    no date for consummation of the
    deal has been set for the record.
    But there is more to *hi than these imme-
    diate reactions. What Mr. Haxriman's absurd
    statement fails to do is to take into careful con-
    sideration the overtly evil intent of the German
    scientists now working in the Nasser camp,
    and of Nasser's repeated boasts about what
    he intends doing with their inventions.
    An arms buildup of any sort should cer-
    tainly disturb Mr. Harriman and. indeed, the
    Administration at large. A nuclear arms build-
    up is cause for even greater anxiety: it is con-
    trary to the purposes of the two giants of East
    and West the United States and the Soviet
    Union That much of Nasser's latest muscle in
    the form of jets and submarines is stamped
    "Made in the USSR" ought to unsettle at least
    some of the pro-Arab sentiment in the State
    Department these days.
    That German scientists are now adding
    nuclear advantage to the muscle ought to be
    even more unsettling. Mr. Harriman, whom
    on his face we hardly count as among the
    Nasserite proponents of instant Israeli dessima-
    tion. ought to know better.
    "Tit-for-tat" is the kind of diplomacy a
    world poised on the brink of atomic holocaust
    can no longer afford.
    ister Ben-Gurion, the practical diplomat, sees
    Germany in her proper regard the European
    continent's most vigorous nation today in a
    family of nations experiencing an unprece-
    dented revival and one Israel can not afford
    to ignore.
    On the other hand, declares right wing
    Herat leader Menachem Beigin: "You invite
    German experts in education, and they send
    experts in death to Egypt; you sew uniforms
    for the German army, and they send Egypt
    know-how in poison gas; you send Urzis, and
    they send bacteriological warfare."
    Sadly, this is not a democratic difference
    of opinion. It is a reflection of antagonistic
    opposites on an issue bound into the very soul
    of Israel today, so many of whose citizens are
    the remnants of Hitlerian atrocity, and for
    whom the wisdom of diplomatic logic on be-
    half of Israel's tomorrow spells no sense or
    purpose today.
    A Burning Issue
    From the earliest days of the announce-
    ment thai Israel was supplying Germany with
    Uni sub-machine guns and sewing uniforms
    far the new German army, it has been appar-
    ent that Israel's future relations with the nation
    would be one of the major pitfalls in her stable
    development.
    The German scientist issue is merely one
    mare case in point, which draws the line be-
    tween Jhose who feel Israel's future lies in firm
    friendship with Germany and those who do
    not An even more current example is this
    week's decision to ban the German flag from
    Israel's coming Book Fair.
    The trouble with the "do not" attitude is
    the complexity of its many varieties. Some
    would shun Germany entirely. Others would
    recognize her only when necessary, but make
    sure that Germany never is given the oppor-
    tunity to forget the past There are many com-
    binations of in-between opinions.
    The result has been a sort of Israeli na-
    tional schizophrenia on this issue. Prime Min-
    Ambassador to Visit
    Israel Ambassador to the United States
    Avraham Harmon will arrive here Saturday
    night to participate in the 15th anniversary
    celebration of the State of Israel sponsored by
    the Zionist Council of South Florida.
    Also to bring greetings will be Zeev Dover,
    Israel's Consul for the Southeast Region of the
    nation.
    Participating in the event are a host of
    Zionist angazizations, all of which have ren-
    dered distinguished service in the establish-
    ment of the State of Israel
    Theirs should be a particularly happy par-
    tin potion in the axmrversary celebration for
    theirs is the honor of having been identified
    with the struggle for a Jewish homeland vir-
    tually since the days of Petach TDcvah.
    Iyar 5 is the Hebrew anniversary day for
    May 14, 1948. when the Jewish State proclaim-
    ed its independence in a declaration in Tel
    Aviv.
    Fifteen years will have passed since that
    occasion next Iyar 5 on April 29. The Jewish
    Flondian will take note of the 15th anniversary
    of the State of Israel in special pages devoted
    to the event in its issue of Apr. 26.
    Perhaps it is a mite early, but
    "Happy Anniversary."
    (he week
    .. as i see it
    by LEO MINDLIN
    we
    say
    CEVERAL YEARS ago, .,
    * friend reported she had
    during the week z?i&i?aax>jsz
    service at her efmri..f asked
    if she truly believed us to I
    perfidious Jews." Embar-
    rassed, she nevertheles g jn.
    sisted we were. I Inquired
    whether she knew Pope John
    8 "ad changed the liturgy to de-
    lete the word "perfidiou- '
    Again embarrassed, she confessed to not having been inform-:
    commented that even a papal encyclical on this matter couldn't
    what was common knowledge.
    Our friend has since gone on to receive a Doctor of Philosophv
    degree in literature at Harvard University. I mention this merely to
    indicate that she is no intellectual slouch. Reckoned in terms of the
    Vatican experience during the Good Friday service there an ex-
    perience denied on Saturday the young PhD was entirely correct
    You can't legislate bigotry out of existence: although this may not
    entirely be what she had in mind. What I presume our young <
    mear.t was that. Pope John or not. the truth will out: the Jews after
    all are perfidious: and no matter what compromises one may make
    as a gesture to good public relations, the facts speak for themselu.
    If the Vatican report of last Friday was correct, it is a dear ex-
    ample of the triumph of custom over intelligence. Our friend, even
    if intellectually accomplished, could nevertheless plead ignorance of
    the papal decree; the cardinal who slipped during the Vatican service
    could not. Thus, the better alternative these days is to tel! -
    who would pray for us to pray, instead, for themselves.
    rVf NtlD *0K[ THAN Y0UK PMfHM
    THIS IS WHAT angr) Michael Comay remarked* at the
    Seder celebration of Kupat Holim here Saturday ni^bt 1A1-..
    Ambassador tc the L'nited Nations declared that American
    si either charity nor pity the used .tin
    fprd). Israel." he insisted, are alas i
    dping them tg a Jtts
    a what you d ia gaU u\
    ' !
    "**li ':- not tc do us aaj) U\ui
    terms seemed more diplomat.
    lid not help feeling that he KM
    liked to add: "I> n't pray for us I: that'l the bc>t yi u can
    pray :or y iirseh
    And well Ambassador Comay mi^ht have given voice Bo
    feelings. I said before that he was angry. It is more than
    tion. The Ambassador is no Abba Eban. to whose flights of fancy
    and poetry we have become accustomed over a decade of In-
    here He does not gratuitously flatter the American JewftM
    munity with florid images of its role in the establishment of the State
    of Israel all embellished by a kind of Biblical incantation smjgi
    ing the prophetic necessity of that role.
    Mr Comay is more realistic. He told his audience at the r*on-
    tainebleau Hotel that we knew the world couldn't gi\e us a Rate
    If we weren't going to build it and fight for it and die for it there
    would be no state." By way of rooting his comments in the contri-
    buuon of the sponsoring organization, the Ambassador praised <
    drut as the people who went out to work with their hands even in
    Turkish times and prepared the way for the state to come."
    mm mmmnm am mom 4 nud mm
    REVIEWING THE EXPERIENCE in historv of the first hour-
    Israeli independence, the Ambassador candidlv observed It
    was unlikely that the then new Jewish nation would survive fifl
    ,"cS ~.'et a'ne flf,een years And- in as an?r-v a reference to the
    L.S. role as I have ever heard, he recalled his return to Lake Suc-
    cess on the last convoy from beseiged Jerusalem to witness the A
    ican delegation in the process of circulating a document that ur I
    the establishment of a UN trusteeship over Palestine a tn:-te.-
    designed to wipe out the partition proclamation of Nov 29 1W7 and
    this government's support of it
    What triumphed. Ambassador Comay declared, was Israel*
    powerful sense of responsibility and national purpose, which points
    its nose m the direction it is going, and which believes in its future
    Thus recapitulating the past, he also looked fifteen vears ahead
    simply commented that "it's not going to be easy "
    By way of supporting a thesis no one would consider arc
    Ambassador Comay added: "There's not an inch of fr.endlv territory
    on our border anywhere, but no Arab army, united or divided
    conquer Israel." His reference was to the new Egypt-Svna Iraq axis
    which, he suggested, may yet precipitate the kind of "problem.
    West new apparently prefers to ignore. And it was here tha'
    BSSMdH Comay's anger became most profoundly manifest.
    THt fAIHm TO IMH)U DEMANDS
    "|T IS NO joke." flatly declared Ambassador Comav. "to liv- just
    mi-ninUtet alaV Wi,h 3 grea,er concentration of Soviet bom:-
    Z ~L capons than ever bothered you in Cuba Or.
    S?n .." -I'6 S,C,OSe ,0 ,he Gennan scientists in Egypt, who
    sent those murderous \-rockets screaming over London during World
    Wir1riH,UJ' i? ^ dcf!.stroke- h* combined the two top stories of the
    Z .I U .?''; N"ssers bur dictatorship that seems to
    SwSffi r b na'i0nS' "nd *" "* technologists now
    .Z2!*i J^Ir S P">P*"sk>n. missile, and nuclear laboratories.
    U to ***** xbe challenge before his country during the years
    *? ~ cnaUene- hs an*r> voice suggested, our part ot the
    world apparently cares little about.
    fin.nlni,|hl!!.Ce L^iS- takl Ambs*dor Comay. "Israel bears the
    Erfi.^tSS^f bnnging in ** in"isrU burden we are
    f fi- *8ttld Wipr- h* "marked, "if the affluent
    -'*.""- .*** cemunity really knew what its like to baud a
    upT.tsei?"mea "P ,0 ,h* re,pol,sibili,y b>- ""to1* demands
    An,h?cc^*ddASb pravers- no Warsaw Ghetto memorials, declared
    Ambassador Comay. will bring back the or*Mhird of world Jt-wry
    mh? 5 ^ f ,he H,,ler ^P***- "But It us." he said, not
    new hZ t^A X?JbOSe StM aUve"" ta a *- reference to their
    51.. ,hf Sands ^ I,n,*1' Negev desert. Ambassador
    toma> commented: "No matter what the map says, if we don't settle
    people upon these sands, the desert wont be ours."
    $->nnn^alCr 'l* Kupat Ho,,m brouht into high gear Saturday its
    rw2S-L t ? Support ,ho constmcUon of a new medical center in
    !?! ud\" Hl'med c,ear- ,he Ambassador felt the dut> was
    h,fd^g Sh'rked here JudS,n8 b>' some of his controlled anger
    '^ out "n>"cces,fully, to nudge the inured consciences ol
    eSs, ^0 ".' a/und 'he ,ab,c at ,hp tb"-d Seder celebration A-
    dor r^f 6 Am,ruan -''Wish community was. U Am **
    aor Comav suspected from the outset, making no demand Ofl itself.


    Friday, April 19, 1963
    "Jewisli fkridmn
    Page 5-A
    Council for Judaism Backs Reds on Bias Denial
    Continued from Page 1-A
    the annual conference of the Coun-
    cil .:, ChlCAgO, Hi-, on May 11,
    1962
    . nave talked with Soviet ex-
    pert; in the government and out;
    Ihey ste no substantiation of the
    broad charge of persecution of
    jews in the Soviet Union The
    State Department told us, as it
    told others, there is no govern
    nun: ::i-pired anti-Semitism in the
    Soviet Union at this time. Recent
    trial> f Jews, the Department told
    us, were 'ostensibly not for reli-
    gious activity but for alleged in-
    volvement in speculations or other
    criminal offenses.' I hardly need
    to add anything more on this sub-
    ject "
    T** re is no public record of
    fc any statement by the American
    Council for Judaism modifying
    its position in the light of tho de-
    claration by the State Depart-
    ment in March that the United
    Staffs Government's concern
    ever anti-Semitic developments
    in Russia had been made known
    "at the highest levels of the Sov-
    iet Government." The Depart-
    ment disclosed then it had re-
    ceived information "oficially
    an from private observers'1
    that anti-Semitism existed "in
    many areas of the Soviet Union."
    The State Department noted
    that pressures on the Jews were
    suih that "Jewish religious acti-
    vities have been curtailed to the
    where functioning syna-
    are a rarity and opportun-
    to train and educate Jewish
    ill uus, leaders, have been vr-
    tual Eliminated." The State De-
    partment also charged that Jews
    in the Soviet Union "are receiving
    a disproportionate amount of con
    demnation and victimization" in
    the Soviet campaign against econ-
    omic crimes. It warned that "the
    publicity given the trials will in
    all probability have the effect of
    buttressing already existing anti-
    Semitic prejudices through the
    association of identifiably Jewish
    persons with economic violations."
    The statements by the American
    Council for Judaism have been
    most helpful to Communist propa-
    gandists seeking to combat the
    impression made here by Soviet
    anti-Semitism. The March issue
    of "New World Review," formerly
    "Soviet Russia Today," relies
    heavily on a Council for Judaism
    memorandum and the Sussman re-
    l>ort to the Council's annual con-
    ference last year to disprove the
    charges.
    . The magazine is listed by the
    United States Subversive Activi-
    ties Control Board. Its editor, Jes-
    sica Smith, the author of the ar-
    ticle on Russian Jews in the March
    issue, is described as "a longtime
    member and functionary in the
    (Communist) Party, as well as in
    the party-controlled Friends of the
    Soviet Union."
    Mr. Sussman's report on what
    he said the State Department
    told him about the position of
    the Jews in Russia is a highlight
    of Mrs. Smith's defense of the
    Soviet Union. The author went
    further than the Embassy aide
    and quoted Mr. Sussman as as-
    serting that "Russian Jews, on
    the whole, are among the privi-
    leged classes of the population."
    Mr. Sussman pointed out, ac- i
    cording to the magazine, that I
    "of course, it is convenient to i
    use Jews to whip the Soviet,
    just as it is convenient to use
    the cold war to produce mass
    manpower for Israel."
    The Communist publication also
    quoted extensively from a memor
    ar.dum it said the Council for
    Judaism has issued on Dec. 11,
    1961, which denied that Jews suf-
    iered any greater religious dis-i
    abilities in Russia than other reli- i
    . gions and justified the execution;
    : of Jews in the Leningrad and
    ! Moscow spy trials. "New World \
    I Review" quoted this memorandum
    as stating that "there is no evi-
    ! dence that any large number of
    Jews desire greater religious
    participation, after several gener-
    1 ations of downgrading of reli-1
    j gion."
    In justification of the spy trials,
    I the magazine quoted the Council
    memorandum as follows: "It is'
    generally acknowledged that Is-1
    rael has one of the most effective j
    espionage services We note
    the Israel-Zionist effort to inter-
    fere in the internal affairs of!
    I countries wherever there are large
    I Jewish populations. We recognize
    this to be part of a single pattern
    i which commits Zionist agencies to
    1 the policy of 'ingathering all Jews
    , in Israel.' Consequently we op-
    pose every step to carry out this
    policy as applied to Jews of the
    United States and we recognize
    that the same forces are often di-
    rected toward Jews in other coun-
    tries."
    Typical of the letters written
    by members of the American
    Council for Judaism to editors
    of newspapers commenting edi-
    torially on Russian anti-Semitism
    is one which appeared in the
    Washington Post and Times-Her-
    ald earlier this year. The Tet-
    ter complained that American
    newspapers gave almost no at-
    tention to the "even severer re-
    strictions on Soviet Islam" and
    asked: "Is the American press
    for freedom of religion in Russia
    only for those religious groups
    which have counterparts in the
    United States?"
    The letter protested advocacy
    I by "certain right-wing Congress-
    I men and segments of the media"
    to withdrawal of the American
    AmtassaaoT from Moscow because
    of Soviet anti-Semitism and insist-
    ed that "surely our relations with
    Russia can no more be governed
    by their Jewish policies than their
    Jehovah Witnesses policies or our
    relations with India by their caste
    system."
    The letter linked the Council for
    Judaism position on the Soviet
    Union with its enmity to Israel in
    asking: "How many of the reli-
    gious leaders who protested to
    Russia (over discriminations
    against the Jewish religion) would
    be willing to protest to Israel over
    its anti-Moslem and anti-Christian
    policies?"
    UNANIMOUS HOMESTEAD MOVE
    Herman Marks New Councilman
    Herman Marks, unanimously-
    elected to nil the unexpired term
    ol Councilman Preston B. Bird on
    the Homestead City Council, was
    sworn in to office at a regular
    meeting last week.
    A civic-minded businessman who
    has served two previous terms on
    the Homestead City Council, Marks
    was nominated by Councilman
    Fred Rhodes. It was the only-
    nomination.
    Marks came to Homestead 35
    years ago and almost immediate-
    ly made himself available for
    civic service. He served as
    chairman of the Homestead Lib-
    rary Board, headed the city's
    first Zoning Board, has been a
    Chamber of Commerce member
    and director for many years, and
    was active in the Retail Mer-
    chants Division, when he owned
    and operated Herman's Depart.
    ment Store on North Krome
    Ave.
    A charter member of the Red-
    land District Lions Club, Marks
    : is an Elk and a Mason, and has
    > served as president of the Home-
    stead Jewish Center.
    From 1954-57, when he served
    i two terms as councilman, Marks
    I was instrumental in floating a
    ; bond issue which financed the
    city's present police station and
    fire department buildings, and a
    complete remodeling of the City
    Hall.
    For the pa?t 12 years, he has
    been in the commercial sign and
    design business at 72 N'W 1st St.
    He and his wife live at 90 NW 21st
    , St., and have two married daugh-
    ters.
    St tL EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
    e wholeheartedly with Leo
    a comn l regarding (tab
    enstein's tmfair appraisal of
    ih Press
    (ever, I wish to correct
    V near U dose of his col
    on Apr. J> intimating that the
    . n Jew ish Press did not
    elf.
    Mindlin will be interested to
    that Immediately upon the
    sion nf the Rabbi's remarks,
    SlomovitZ publisher of the
    it JewisH i, and 1 myself
    rose to i- : strong replies.
    result, I here could be no
    left in the minds ot the non-
    editoTs present that -the
    ri press .- very vital and. in
    I influential
    JOSEPH G. WEISBERG
    Executive Editor
    Boston Jewish Advocate
    ''resident
    American Jewish Press Assn.
    II
    \
    EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
    Currying favor of religious faiths
    once notorious for anti-Semitism
    mi ms to be the vogue in contem-
    porary Judaism. A case in point
    is the Synagogue Council of Amer-
    ica's show of friendship toward
    the visiting Russian Orthodox pre-
    lates.
    The Council should be reminded
    1'it Mie Russian Orthodox Church
    loleraied if not instigated the m-
    famous pogroms of Czarist Russia.
    IM Orthodox Church has had con-
    siderable influence in forming the
    traditional Russian .attitude to-
    wards Jews reflected even today
    in (be oppression of Russian Jew-.
    We do not ask for revenge. But
    |o absolve the guilty of their guilt
    1,1 the nain. of brotherhood or
    v ho knows-wh to throw jus-
    ' ami dignit) to the wind.
    Iv tenting the Russian church
    "'''" irh a Torah. even for the
    Of coin eying it to Russia's
    Je*s, is to perpetuate (atsecra-
    "of against the .tews who have
    "'"'' *','l and | suffer in Russia.
    PERRY CIMENT
    Miami Beach
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    light. But Viceroy tastes the way you'd like
    a filter cigarette to taste I
    not too strong...not too light...
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    Page 6-A
    +Jewist nnridTifor
    Friday, April 19. 1963
    P'tll i j** ...:... ni.lh.i..-..
    Poet's
    Retreat
    By MAX LERNER
    board will meet to elect officer*
    ! for the board of trustees of Mt.
    Sinai Hospital.
    Mt. Sinai Hospital Will Hold Annual ___________
    Meeting in Wolfson Auditorium Apr. 25 shrinks Piles
    Without Surgery
    Stops Itch-RelieTes Pain
    Paris.
    Wc have witnessed one of the personal tragedies of our timethe
    ptattc sell-besmirching of the golden boy of the Soviet intellectuals.
    When Yevgeny Yevtushenko ave the collective of Soviet writers Irs
    ,-onfession of error and his retraction"! bear a heavy guilt on my
    Moulders ... I want to assure the writers' collective that 1 understand
    my error fully, that 1 nave it on my conscience, and that I shall force
    myself to correct it by my work to come'"something in him must have
    dJad. He may not have gone far enough to satisfy the party bureau-
    rats and comformists. but .he went too far ever to be able to live'
    with himself again.
    This was the young man. remember, who captured audience after ;
    udience in Moscow and Paris by his stance of robust independence,
    "his was the young poet who wrote -The City in the Morning." with
    - burning defiant lines:
    I am not retreating a single damned step.
    It is good to be angry at untruths
    And he has now retreated before the monstrous untruth that a
    mice must dictate what a poet writes.
    Not that he was denied a face saving way out. .Presumably it was
    rot the poems but the abandon with which he recited them abroad,
    .-nd the serialization of his new autobiography in L'Express. which
    tame under attack. One of his tormentors asked "how so vast a manu-
    cript could have fallen into ihe hands of one of the most reactionary
    publications in Paris"which is pretty funny when applied to L'Ex-
    press.
    But the main problem is still that of the poems. The man who
    said "1 hate Stalin," and described even Stalin's corpse as a danger,
    as a man who had to be bent to the will of a Khrushchev who now
    . gain subscribes to the "two Stalins" thesis. And the sadness of it
    -s that Yevtushenko seems to have been bent.

    Yevtushenko's follow poet Voinessensky used greater subtlety in
    his self-criticism. From the start of his statement("It has been said
    that I have no right to forget the harsh and severe words of Nikita
    Sergeivich. I shall never forget them")to the close ("I don't want
    to justify myself. I want simply to say: for me the most important
    thing today is to work, to work and again to work") he kept his dignity
    I nd chose words that may some day be read with a very different mean-
    .ng from the one now applied to them.
    But it is not Voznessenski who is the problem, although he is the
    tbler poet and abler mind of the two. It is Yevtushenko, exactly be-
    cause he is more glamorous to Soviet youth. He is the spokesman of
    his generation, and has been hailed as expressing the ideas of those
    v.ho tomorrow will be taking over power in Russia. The thing Yevtush
    -. nko forgot was that no one can be a spokesman in Russia except
    Khrushchev himself. A Khrushchev who didn't allow Zhukov to be
    tie spokesman of the -military will not allow Yevtushenko to be the
    - itkesman of the young generation.

    For the whole idea of generations is dangerous to Khruhchev and
    his regime. A certain Riourikov. of the party conformists, attacked:
    " cvt.ishenko for having coined all kinds of pernicious phrases and1
    theories, including that of the "conservatives" and the "innovators,"
    the "fathers" and the "sons." Linked with the Yevtushenko attack i
    on Stalin's murderousness, thrs opens the way for some uncomfort-
    able questions that the sons have been putting to the generation of the
    fathers. This spells a rift within Soviet society that Khrushchev and
    the Presidium cannot afford.
    Even less can they afford any indication that Soviet writers and
    I rtistl will in the end be allowed to form their own aesthetic methods
    j.nd theories. They suspect strongly that those who start by forming
    their own aesthetic opinions will end by forming their own political
    opinions. That way lies Soviet madness. Hundreds of thousands of
    >oung people are today beng graduated from Soviet universities. Yev-
    tushenko, Voznessensky, Tvardovsky, Nekrasov, Solzhenitsyn (who
    wrote the recent novel about Soviet prison camps) were rapidly be-
    coming their guides and heroes.
    Thus what is from one aspect a question of freedom for writers
    from another aspect a question of naked power and survival for
    the commanding elite in the Soviet Union. The Isaac Deutscher school
    of thinking has argued plausibly that the new industrial society, even
    under communism, is bound to produce a growing of personal freedom.
    But this does not reckon with the unremitting need of a Communist
    ruling class to keep control in its own hands, and to prevent itself
    from being undermined by new ideas which may first question the
    wisdom of the fathers, then question the direction of the regime, and
    1 Dally question the nature of the regime itself.
    *
    I have been told in Paris, by journalists and leff-of-center political
    leaders, that I take this literary tempest in Russia too seriously. Af-
    ter all. they say. the Russians no longer shoot or even imprison their
    v.rilers; they just lecture and reprimand them. Besides, Yevtushenko
    and the others will soon be writing the same stuff again anyway.
    I wonder. It is true that to humiliate an author, rather than kill
    him, is a long step forward. But the weaving of poems and ideas,
    the painting of pictures, the fashioning of sculpture, are fragile anW
    elusive processes at best. When they must be done to the beat of
    party-line truth and aesthetics the process becomes almost hopeless.
    In the Communist scheme art exists as a weapon for political power.
    In a spacious society, surely, politics and power and the rest should
    exist mainly for the peak achievements of art and thought.
    Else what is it all for?
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    Mt. Sinai Hospital will hold its
    14th annual membership meeting
    on Thursday evening, Apr. 25, in
    the hospital's Wolfson Auditorium.
    Highlighting the meeting will be
    the election of four new trustees:
    to the hospital's board to fill cur-,
    rent vacancies, and the reelection
    of many of the trustees now serv-
    ing the hospital. David Catsman,
    chairman of the nominating com-
    mittee. will present the slate, and |
    elections will follow.
    J. Gerald Lewis, president of,
    Mt, Sinai Hospital, will give a
    report on the activities of 1962,
    and include an announcement of,
    plans for 1963.
    Invitations for the annual meet-;
    ing have been issued to some 5,000
    individual members of Mt. Sinai j
    Hospital. These include the med-,
    leal statf. Women's Auxiliary, and|
    citizens of the area who have con-
    tribUted to the hospital's develop
    ment.
    Refreshments will follow the
    meeting, after which the new
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    Continued from Page 1-A
    chase of supersonic Hawk missiles.
    Col. Weizmann said there would
    be no difficulty for Israel to ab-
    sorb and operate the ground-to-
    air missiles which the I nited
    States agreed last year to sell to
    Israel. Mr. Peres, who met with
    President Kennedy al the Presi-
    dent's request, said he was im-
    pressed by the President's intimate
    knowledge of Middle East affairs.
    Prime Minister David Ben-
    Gurion said this week, in reply
    to a question about West Ger-
    man scientists aiding Egyptian
    advanced weapons development,
    that if Israel had any reason to
    fear Egypt"and it has"it was
    only from Egypt's conventional
    weapons. He made the statement
    in an interview with Davar.
    The decision reached in Cairo to
    form a new United Arab Republic
    composed of Egypt. Syria and
    Iraq, was meanwhile seen by the
    Daily Herald in London as posing
    "a dramatic threat to the security
    of Israel." The newspaper, organ
    ol the Labor Party, reviewing "Ihe
    new Arab trinity." stressed that
    "Arab nationalism has threatened
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    AMBASSADOR HARMAN TO SPEAK
    Zionist Council to Sponsor Israel
    Anniversary Celebration Here Saturday
    South Florida Council of the
    nisi Organization of America
    oil be sponsor <>i a 15th inaivor-
    .;in celebration of the Indeper
    rJence Ol UlC Stale of Israel on Sat-
    unlay evenini at Miami Beach
    Auditorium.
    Burnett Roth, chairman of the
    South Florida Council, said this
    week thai Israel Ambassador to
    Die L'nited States Avraham liar-
    ni.in will head the list of local,
    state, national, and foreign digni-
    taries scheduled to participate in
    the event.
    Seitlin, Sossin
    WiN Attend
    Men's Conference
    A pair of lay leaders of Conserv-
    ative Judaism in the Miami area
    will participate in the 34th annual
    eonrenton of the National Feder-
    ation of Jewish Men's Clubs, the
    national association of men's
    groups of Conservative congrega-
    tions, to be held at the Concord
    Hotel at Kiamesha Lake. NY..
    Apr 28 through May 1.
    The local delegates are R. Louis
    S( ltlin. president of Beth David
    Men's Club, and also president of
    the newly-formed Florida Region
    nt the Federation, and Michael
    Sossin, president of Temple
    Einanu-El Men's Club, and a mem-
    ber of the Federation's national
    board of directors.
    They will join with 1,000 other
    Jewish lay leaders from all parts
    of the United States, Canada and
    Puerto Rico in evaluating the role
    of the Men's Club movement in the
    r a p i d 1 y -expanding Conservative
    Jewish program in the United
    States and Canada.
    Guest speakers will be Sen. Ken-
    mth B. Keating, of New York:
    R.ibbi Marc H. Tancnbaum. direc-
    tor of Interreligious Activities of
    the American Jewish Committee:
    and Dr. Amitai Etzioni, Columbia
    University faculty member and re-
    st arch associate of the Institute of
    War and Peace Studies at Colum-
    bia.
    Co-sponsoring the function are
    Hadassah, Mizrachi, Pioneer Wo-
    men, Hiooel Mizrachi, Zionist
    Organization of America, and Ha-
    poel Zionists. Some 3,000 per-
    sons are expected to attend, ac-
    cording to A. Arthur Pekelner,
    general chairman.
    Zeev Z. Dover, Israel Consul for
    the Southeastern Region of the Uni-
    ted States, with olfices in Atlanta.
    Ga., will also bring greetings to
    the event.
    Entertainment will include Gary
    <; rait man. internationally re-
    nowned pianist, and .Shoshana Da-
    mari, Israeli singer. ,
    Consul Dover will introduce Am-
    bassador Harman at the Saturday
    night event.
    Pekelner said Wednesday that ,
    I 'Greater Miami Jewry has already
    indicated its enthusiasm for the
    ' 15th anniversary celebration.
    judging bv the demand for tickets.
    "In these troubled times.'- he
    added, "it's heartening to find that
    our community is uniting in sup-
    ! port of the State of Israel. Consid-
    ering the warlike statements of
    Israel's neighbors, the 15th anni-
    j versary of her celebration raises
    : for us the unhappy comparison
    with the battle for Independence in
    , 1948. Israel is no less besieged tc-
    ,day than she was 15 years ago one
    day following her proclamat'on of
    freedom and self-government."
    Pekelner said "every Miami resi-
    dent should turn out for this
    'event."
    Film on Youth Aliyah
    I. R Goodman Group of Hadass-
    ah meeting on Wednesday evening
    at *WacWn|lon Federal Savings
    and Loan Association Community
    ti.rnarservice'wtllV'heid'ThuVs- Hall was addressed by M"- Sam-
    uel Z. Sachrais, former chapter
    JVS to Install
    At Federation
    Annual Meeting
    Annual meeting of Jewish Voca-
    dy, May 9. at the offices of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
    JVS Officers will be installed on
    May 26 ir a joint agency celehi a
    tion with Federation of the Fed-
    eration 25th anniversary. Barney
    Bernstein. JVS president, this
    week named Lloyd L. Ruskin. past
    president, and Mrs. Charles P.
    Feinbcrg. secretary, as program
    committee for the arnual affair.
    To be nominated to the JVS
    Board of Directors are Ronald Al-
    ; bert, Sanford Bacon. Richard
    Brickman, Dr. Edward J. Fox, An-
    drew A. Geller. Dr. Arthur I. Gil
    bert. Sanford Levkoif, Dr. Robert
    8. Liebeskind, Ronald S. Pallot.
    and Norton Pallot.
    The following members have
    two-year terms remaining: Mrs.
    , Meyer A. Baskin, Clemen J. Ehr-1
    Ilch, Mrs. Charles P. Feinbcrg,!
    Sam J. Heiman. Albert J. Hirsch.
    Purpose of a meeting which was j Dr. Alan Jackson, Irvin W. Katz.
    Martin S. Lodge, Stuart Rothchild,
    Saul A.
    president, am
    youth Aliyah
    I included a film on
    CONSUL ZttV DOVER
    No. Dade Area
    Studies Council
    For Coordination
    to be held on Thursday evening,
    Apr. 18. at Beth Torah Congrega-
    tion is establishment of a North
    Dade Council which will coordi-
    nate activities, meetings and ser-
    vices held in North Dade.
    Lloyd L. Ruskin, and
    Schulman.
    Board members who have one;
    year remaining are David M. ]
    Bloomberg, Herbert P. Blumbcrg,
    Sidney Efronson. Jerome G.
    ex
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    Thirty-three members of the
    Million Dollar Round Table, the
    top-flight insurance agents in the
    United States, will hear a Miami
    super salesman speak in Atlanta
    on Apr. 25 and 26.
    He is Ilerry Gilbert, life insur-
    ance analyst and consultant of
    12670 NE Miami PI., for 16 years
    a member of the "exclusive" club.
    Gilbert has been invited to par-
    ticipate in an educational confer-
    ence sponsored by the Board of
    Directors of the National Life In-
    surance Company of Vermont.
    The Round Table is made up of
    men who sell $1 million of life in-
    surance within a calendar year.
    Participating congregations were Greene. *"*^g%dg***
    to be Temple Adath Yeshurun, Quadow. and Mrs. Sam SUrk.
    Beth Emeth. Beth Torah, Dade, Board members who will be re-
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    Congress and YMHA. t,ph Nadler.
    Community leaders in addition
    to the spiritual leaders of the Poffof Named" fO Division
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    include Dr. Irving Lchrman, Tem- j Albert Pallot, president of Bis-;
    pic Emanu-El; Arthur Rosichan, cayne Federal Savings and Loan,
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    +JmU* Flcridlici^
    Friday. April 19, 1963
    Congress Will Oppose U.S.
    Economic Assist to Egypt
    I
    Jewish National Fund workers gather to con-
    gratulate Louis Levin on his establishment of
    a project in Me Ami. Israel, in memory ot his
    son. Frank Levin. Seated (left to right) are
    Ezra Finegold. Bernard Silver, Louis Levin,
    Leon J. Ell. president of the JNF Council of
    Greater Miami, and Mayshie Friedberg. Stand-
    ing (left to right) are Zev W. Kogan, Morris
    Minov, Ben Silver. Sam Kagan, Mrs. Eva
    Blum. Mrs. William Beckwith, Sam Kopkind,
    and Harry Rosen.
    Mother and Son to be Honored by JNF
    At Brunch and Supper Celebration Here
    Mrs Pearl Comis and her son.] selected for distinction. 'Mrs.
    Marshall Comis. have been desig- Comis has raised her son, Mar-
    nated as "Mother and Son for the I shall, in the true traditon of com
    Month of April" by the Jewish
    National Fund Council of Great-
    er Miami.
    Leon J. Ell. president of the
    Council, and Dr. Irving Lehrman.
    chairman of the Foundation for
    JNF here, this week announced
    that Mrs. Comis and her son will
    be honored at a JNF brunch on
    Apr. 28 at the Algiers Hotel.
    Thy will also be guests of
    honor at the forthcoming Me
    Ami JNF celebration supper
    Apr. 30 at the Fontainebleau
    Hotel. Dr. Joseph Sternstein,
    national executive director of the
    Jewish National Fond, will be
    principal speaker at the Apr. 30
    celebration.
    Continued from Page 1-A
    friendship to the threatened coun-
    tries cannot obscure the fact that
    our money i> used to weaken the
    stability ot the Near East and
    worl I peace, and. in fact, contri-
    butes to the danger of war." He
    said thai ".aside from conservation
    of our resource! and protection of
    OUT economic interests, it is hi h
    time to put a stop to such an im-
    moral and blundering policy
    According t<> Rep. Miller, "the
    impending union between Egypt.
    Syria and Iraq, under the leader
    ship of President Nasser, should
    be the occasion for. a critical new
    look at the U.S. foreign aid pro-
    gram in the Near East." Other
    Republican leaders likewise indi-
    cated In recent days, owing to the
    Egyptian missile build up. that
    they will inject this issue into the
    debate on the Foreign Aid bill now
    pending.
    Sen. Hugh- Scott. Pennsylvania
    Republican, issued a statement
    Department
    Averell Harriman, Under Secre-
    tary of State, saying that Egypt
    is "seeking to create its own
    source of fighter aircraft, using
    Western resources, and is trying
    to reduce its current, almost
    total reliance on the Soviet for
    military equipment." He added
    that the German citizens work
    ing on the Egyptian rocket pro
    gram "are few in'number" and
    that "it is by no means certain
    they woulc1 all obey a summons
    from the"ir government to return
    home."
    You can rest assure..." Mr,
    Harriman wrote, "that we have i
    deep and continuing interest in the
    security of Israel and other Mid-
    dle Eastern states. 1 can say with-
    out any hesitation or qualifici*
    that a constant priority emphasis
    of the Department of State i-
    measures to reduce Middle 1
    tensions. Many of our efforts are
    well known, but many mor.
    necessarily shielded from public
    view "
    munal responsibility and in the
    general awareness of the obliga-
    tion of Jews for one another." Dr.
    Lehrman declared.
    A graduate of Yale University
    and an accountant. Marshall Comis
    is well known in business affairs
    here.
    Zev. V. Kogan. Jewish National
    Fund leader in Greater Miami,
    paid tribute to Mrs. Comis and her i
    son for their "kindness and gen-'
    erosity."
    criticizing the State .
    for -doing almost nothing" to ai friedson to be Installed
    leviate "the potentially explosive
    situation" in the Middle East Sen. First installation luncheon oi
    Scott is one of six Senators who I citizens' Advisory Committee of
    wrote to President Kennedy last MUScular Dystrophv Association ol
    week, urging his intervention with A k.a wi ^ neld on kturday,
    the West German Government'
    against permitting German nu-
    clear scientists to build missiles in
    Egypt.
    Each of the six anxious Sena-
    tors received a reply signed by
    May 4. 1 p.m.. at the Bvesgladw
    Hotel. Max Friedson will be in-
    stalled as chairman of the Com-
    mittee, and will be principal
    peaker at the function.
    HUtS. COMIS AND SON
    MARSHALL COMIS
    This is the first time in the his-
    tory of the local JNF Council that
    a mother and-son team have been
    Staffers Leave Israel Bonds
    Two long-range staff workers
    are now no longer affiliated with
    the Greater Miami Israel Bond
    Organization.
    They are Irwin Block and Joe
    Yanich. Block was with Israel
    Bonds here for eight years. Yan-
    ich served for nearly seven. Both
    were employed in the capacity of
    field representatives.
    Block, of 8030 SW 18th Ter.,
    has a Master's degree in com-
    munity organixation from New
    York University, and is now plan-
    ning to complete work toward
    Doctorate in the field of hospital
    administration.
    Janich, of 12680 NE Miami Ct.,
    has a Master's degree in social
    work, and for many years lived in
    Israel, where he was affiliated
    with the Hadassah-Hebrew Univer-
    sity Hospital in an official capac-, D.C.. and as traveling
    -, agent in Miami before
    Both have left the local bond of-
    fice as a result of a staff reor-
    ganization.
    Seaboard Names
    Assistant Agent
    John L. Alien, division passen-i
    ger agent for the Seaboard Air
    Line Railroad in Ft. Lauderdale
    since January 1960, has been ap-
    pointed assistant general passen-
    ger agent, effective this week,
    with headquarters at the same
    address, it has been announced by
    Wesley J. Ficht, Seaboard's gen-
    eral passenger agent in Miami.
    Allen began his career with the
    Seaboard in 1944 as passenger ser-
    vice agent aboard the railroad's
    streamliners operating between
    New York and both coasts of Flor
    ida. He subsequently served as
    passenger agent in Washington,
    and as traveling passenger
    his trans-
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    Friday, April 19. 1963
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    Page 9-A
    B'nai BVith Plans Family Day
    At a recent annual dinner of the Tolner Social
    jf Club of Miami Beach, a scholarship in honor
    ol David end Sarah Goodman was presented
    by the couple. The scholarship, in the amount
    of c"50, will provide tuition, lodging and edu-
    cation fot one year lor a student at the Kiar
    Agricultural Training School maintain-
    ed by the Zionist Organization of America in
    Ashkelon, Israel. Left to right are Joseph Fine,
    chairman of the dinner, Sam Rappaport. pres-
    ident of the Tolner Social Club, David and
    Sarah Goodman, Max Fierman, treasurer, and
    Gil Rappaport, executive director of the South-
    east Region ZOA.
    l B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
    Mfe hold it annual B'nai B'rith
    ^Family Day at Westbrooke Coun
    try Club on Sunday evening, May
    19. Mrs, Henry Steinhauser is
    r president of the BBY board of , rectors,
    . During the evening, the board
    will honor advisors t the :io youth
    chapters affiliated with the BBYO
    in Greater Miami, with a inem-
    bership of almost 1.000 Jewish
    high .school students.
    In addtiion, awards will be-
    presented to the AZA and BBG
    chapters, and installation of new
    officers of the board will be held.
    Jack Fink, honorary president
    i of the BBYO board, will act as
    master of ceremonies for the pro-
    gram. A past president of the
    South .Miami Councjl of B'nai
    B'ritH Lodges, of the Miami Beach
    Lodge of B'nai B'rith, and of the
    BBYO board of directors, Fink is
    Pope John Praised for His Encyclical
    Continued from Page 1-A
    which takes first place even in
    front of charity. I find exactly
    the same ideas in the teachings
    of the Torah and in the Proph-
    ets of Israel."
    In Sew York. Rabbi Maurice N.
    ith, president of the Union
    i ii an Hebrew Congrega-
    tions, called the encyclical "a mag-
    lificeni and historic religious com-
    ment.' Dr. Eisendrath lauded
    Pope John for rising "above the
    rigidities and sloganeering of cold
    rar politics." He declared the
    nessage "a stirring summons to
    ill religions ... to transcend their
    f*reedal differences and join forces
    io build a world of peace and se-
    curity "
    The Pontiffs forthright statement
    "n thi' freedom of religious con-
    science and worship for each in-
    dividual was interpreted here by
    many Jewish leaders, lay and
    rabbinical, as a significant move
    a*ay ln>m the Catholic Church's
    old uu|usrtorial principles which
    evidenced ideas of repressive per-
    suasion against non-believers in
    'he digmas of the Catholic
    Thureh
    ethnic and racial communities. In
    effect, it calls for a worldwide
    -pirit of civic unity in which all
    men of good will work together
    for human survival and human
    dignity."
    While the new encyclical of
    Pope John XXIII, including its
    condemnation of racial persecu-
    tions and stressing human rights
    and the rights of minorities was
    widely reported in the West Ger-1
    man press, the influential Frank- j
    tOrtsr Allgemeine Zeitung in
    Frankfurt also featured criticism
    against the late Pope Pius XII
    for his alleged failure to speak out
    in time againsr the Nazi holo-
    caust.
    The criticism in the Allegemeine
    Zeitung was by the noted' Jewish
    historian, Leon Poliakow. Pre-
    viously, Dr. Poliakow had been
    quoted in the German press by
    Robert Leiber, who had been sec-1
    rotary to Pope Pius XII. Dr. Leib-
    er was replying to the anti-Vati-
    can strictures contained in a new
    play by one of Germany's most
    prominent young damatists. Rolf
    Hochhut.
    In that play, "The Deputy,"
    Hochhut maintained that Pope
    Pius XII had not aided the Jews
    persecuted by Hitler. Dr. Leib-
    er quoted from Pofiakow's works
    to disprove that contention.
    Dr. Poliakow, calling Prof. I.eib-
    er's quotations 'misleading," in-
    sisted in the "Allgemeine" that it
    "remains a fact that Pope Pius
    XII had, in individual cases, given
    protection to Jews being evacuat-
    ed by the Nazis, but the head of the
    Church kept silent as long as the
    death factories in the concentra-
    tion camps remained in opera-
    tion."
    The American Jewish Commit-
    ' apola John XXIII's encyclical, "Peace
    on Earth," as a major document
    m the cause of world peace."
    * M. Sonnabend, president of
    " Committee, said "the encycli-
    "I carries forward Pope John's
    fetire expressed at the opening
    * he ecumenical Council for
    '"sore* which would help the
    world, towrds a new order of
    human relations for all groups'."
    Mr -mnabend added: "It creates
    woad dimension of possible co-
    ^eration among diverse religious,
    Israel Committee to Consider
    Changes in the Law of Return
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Inter
    ior Minister Moshe Shapiro diclos
    ed this week in Parliament that a
    Ministerial Committee had been
    set up to consider changes in the'
    J Law of the Return and citizenship
    regulations because of experiences
    i which have led to "embarrassing
    I situations."
    The Law of Return gives anyi
    | Jew who comes to Israel the right I
    ] to automatic citizenship, except
    I for cases of criminal activities |n
    ] other countries. One of the em-]
    I barrassing situations to which the
    I Minister referred was the request of
    a former Polish Jew converted to
    Catholicism, Brother Daniel, for
    admittance to Israel under the
    law as a Jew by nationality. The i
    Israel Supreme Court rejected his
    demand in a decision which at
    traded international attention.
    Ending debate on the budget of
    the Interior Ministry and replying
    to criticism of existing citizenship
    laws, he expressed the.view that
    immigrants should be required to
    wait one-year before receiving citi-
    zenship. He said the automatic
    grant of citizenship on arrival was
    frequently abused.
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    Friday. April 13. 1%-x
    Israelite Center Slates Annual Dinner Sunday
    Planning the Israelite Center's 11th annual dinner dance Sun-
    day evening are (left to right) Jacob Schiit financial secretary;
    Chester Leiter. co-chairman of the journal and dance; Morris
    Aron. dinner chairman: and Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spirit-
    ual leader of the Center.______________^__^_
    Love for Israel Via JNF Boxes

    A re he. with an abiding love for the
    Slate of Israel, has piaced Jewish
    National Fund bhie boxes in strat-
    \oe acres from Ft. Lauderdale.
    Fla.. ta Miami Beach.
    Peace Will '
    Be Discussed
    "Who Are the Peace S*kers*'
    will be the subject for discussioc
    st the next session of The People
    Speak on Friday evening at Wash
    ir.gten Ft<*na1 Serinps and Lean
    MC 12M Washington Ave.
    Panel.s:s will be Leonard Tar-
    kek Thryrra Jacorks Doe Calheen
    and Harold Kramer of the Amen-
    can Jewish Caaftress.
    He s Irving D. Frost, of 1545 XE
    159th St.. who this week reported
    that "most of the cows in the
    boxes, nhen opened at JXF head-
    quarters here, contain pesnies,
    nickles. and dimes."
    Bat several days a$o. Frost re-
    ceived a loner from Mrs. W. D.
    Alderman, of SW tth Ave. Ft.
    Lauderdale. who wrote him.
    "1 noticei your name on a con-
    tamer for the Jewish National
    Fund at Food Fair Kosher Market
    in Hollywood Added Mrs Ald-
    erman: "I Thought it better te
    seed you the enclosed by mail in-
    stead of petr.ing it in the contain-
    er *'
    In the envelope was a cheek for
    <:* Now Frost feels he has found
    another resourceful Ftoridun with
    as abtdmc love for the State of
    Israel
    The Israelite Center will hold its heading
    11th annual dinner and dance at for thei
    the Sterling Hotel on Sunday
    The Israelite Center Religious
    School was formed 13 years ago
    vfth a hanoful of children To
    Ifca student body numbers
    oxer 150. with a faculty of nine
    teachers, headed by Rabbi Morton
    Malavsky. principal.
    At the dinner dance, there will
    be entertainment and greetings
    b> Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
    leaver of Temple Sinai, of Holly
    wood, and president of the Rab-
    binical Association of Greater Mi
    ami.
    Dinner chairman is Morris Aron.
    cne of the original members of
    the Israelite Center, who also
    headed the Board of Education as
    chairman for many years. Presi
    dent of the Israelite Center is
    Lewis Pomerantt. Co-chairmen
    of the journal are Chester Leiter
    and Hyman Reiter. Presently
    Students Will
    Take Leading Role
    Students of Temple Zaroora Re-
    ligious School will conduct the en-
    tire service on Saturday morning,
    and Rabbi Hershel Brooks will
    present a golden plaque to Lester
    Shapiro on behalf of the student
    body for bis help in the Junior
    Congregation.
    Participating in tne student
    Sabbath will be Howard Manhoff
    and Brent Frisian, cantorial pray-
    ers; Robert Leavitt. sermon: Mar-
    tin Elgison. president of the Jun-
    ior Congregation, announcements:
    Howard Kusnick vice president,
    prayers: Zadik Shapiro and Gary
    Schw-eitrer. Torah reading
    the Board of Education are Bernard 1. Gelbert and Mrs.
    r second consecutive term Philfp Richman. CO chairmen.

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    founder of Food Fair Stores,
    Friedland heads the sixth largest
    nrtail food chain in the United
    States. He also heads as its pres-
    ident Food Fair Properties, a
    real estate corporation designed
    to develop shopping centers in this
    country.
    Mr. Friedland is one of the most
    important financial figures on the
    American scene, as well as an out-
    standing loader in civic and phil-
    anthropic efforts.
    He is one of the founders of
    Temple Emanu-El, served as its
    president for more than 10 years,
    and is today chairman of its board
    of trustees.
    He it active en behalf of Mt.
    Sinai Hospital, the Greater Mi-
    ami Jewish Federation, the
    United Fund, the Jewish Home
    for the Aged, and the Jewish
    Theological Seminary.
    Friedland has received national
    recognition and many awards for
    his efforts on behalf of civic,
    philanthropic, religious and edu-
    Samuel Friedland (right), outgoing chairman of the Greater catlontl causes.
    Miarr-i tsrael Bond Organization, is seen with Israel's Prime--------------------
    Minister David Ben-Gurion on one of his recent trips to Israel. Dade Heights on TV
    Friedland will be the recipient of Israel's Distinguished Serv-
    ice Medallion at the Israel Independence Day Dinner on Sun-
    dcy Apr. 28, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    AT BOND FUNCTION APR. 28
    Fried/and to Receive
    Special Israel Citation
    Dado Heights Jewish Congrega-
    tion will be represented on "The
    Still Small Voice over t'h. 7 on
    Sunday. 10 a.m.. by Rabbi Harold
    Richler. Cantor Emanuel Mandel
    and the Senior High study group.
    Sam lei Friedland. outgoing
    chairn.jn of the Greater Miami
    brw Bond Organization, has been
    elected to receive Israel's Distin-
    fuislM Service Medallion. The
    award .- the highest which Israel
    can b> >tow on a foreign citizen
    and hitlterto has been presented to
    Only a haiicvful of individuals.
    i ind will receive the award
    (ignition of "his exceptional1
    lo Israel in leading Great-
    - Israel Bond effort lor
    two years, during which
    community became the
    I Israel Bond city in the
    I world i.i, a per capita basis "
    Tr* presentation to Friedland
    will be made at the Israel In-
    otptTidence Day Dinner cele-
    brating Israel's 15th year of
    state*.cod at the Fontainebleau
    Hotn en Sunday, Apr. 28.
    Coming to Miami to make the;
    presentation on behalf of the State
    of Israel will be the Hon. Adini
    Talbar. of (he Israeli Embassy in
    Washington. Friedland has long|
    been known both nationally and
    locally for his many charitable
    -acts and his untiring efforts onbe-j
    half of the community and the
    State of Israel.
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    Friday, AprU 19. 195
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    Rabbi Norman Shapiro Will Keynote
    United Synagogue Confab on Education
    haDbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri-
    tual leader of Beth David Congre
    giition, will be keynote speaker for
    the annual conference of the
    Southeast Region of the United
    Synagogue of America, at the In-
    ternational Inn, Tampa. El*., on
    Sunday and Monday, according to
    an announcement by Jerry Suss-
    man, president of the region.
    The conference is devoted to
    adult Jewish education in the
    synagogue, and Rabbi Shapiro will
    discuss "Jewish EducationChoice
    or Denial."
    Rabbi Shapiro has been long
    identified with the field of Jew-
    ish education. Initiator of a five
    state educational conference in
    the Southwest several years ago,
    he was also the only delegate
    Regional Bible
    Contest Winners
    Winners in the Southern Region-
    al section of the National Bible
    Contest have been announced by
    Louis Schwartzman, chairman.
    In comprehensive English, first
    prize went to Michael Goodman,
    ui Savannah, Ga.; second, Carol
    Joy Goldberg, of Miami; third,
    Joseph Rubin, of Tarpon Springs;
    and fourth, Julius Alembik, At-
    lanta, Ga.
    First and second prize win-
    ners will participate in the na-
    tional finals to be held on May
    5 in New York City. First prize
    will be a round trip to the State
    of Israel.
    Winners in the advanced Hebrew
    *nd intermediate Hebrew divisions
    v ill be announced shortly.
    Aim of the National Bible Con-
    test is to promote greater inter-
    est in the Bible among students in
    the Jewish schools throughout the
    United State.-, with a view to en-
    couraging more extensive reading
    and studying of the Bible
    Administration of the district
    olid regional tests was under the
    en. -tion (il Herbert Berger. asso
    director of the Bureau.
    Joint Adult Discussion Group
    Joint adult discussion group will
    be hold by Beth Torah Congrega-
    tion and Dade Heights Jewish Con-
    ation i'ii Thursday, Apr. 25. 9
    ji m at Dade Heights.
    Strong Vet Safe-Give*
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    from the Southwestern United
    State* to the first world confer-
    ence on Jewish education at the
    Hebrew University on Mount
    Scopus, Jerusalem, in 1947.
    His adult Jewish education pro;
    gram at Beth David Congregation
    has attracted national attention,
    and he will report on this and oth-
    er developments in his address to
    the convention body.
    Dr. Harold Rivkind, of B'nai Is-
    rael Congregation, St. Petersburg,
    Fla., has announced that Dr. John
    Griffin, professor of sociology and
    director of university relations at
    Florida State University, will lead
    the opening workshop of the con-
    ference devoted to "Involving
    Adults in the Synagogue's Educa-
    tional Program."
    Dr. Israel Goldman, of Chizuk
    Amuno Congregation, Balitmore, |
    Md., will be keynote speaker at,
    the banquet and also lead a semi-1
    nar on "Adult Jewish Education." I
    Dr. Goldman is past president of
    the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
    ica, and was one of the pioneer
    leaders in establishing the Nation-1
    al Academy for Adult Jewish Stud-
    ies of the United Synagogue of:
    America.
    Rabbi Morris B. Chapman, of
    B'nai Israel congregation, St.
    Petersburg, will lead a seminar
    in which he is scheduled to de-
    scribe the series of experiments
    he has undertaken in develop
    ing a program of total involve-
    ment by his congregants in adult
    Jewish education.
    Rabbi Moshe Goldblum, of the'
    Jacksonville Jewish Center, Jack-
    sonville, will deliver the conclud
    mu talk.
    Welcome
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    Carrying on our community's
    traditional hospitality,
    Welcome Wagon Calls
    arc made when your
    family celebrates a
    sixteenth birthday,
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    engagement or
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    New Uris Book Views Future
    Armageddon in 'New' Germany
    RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
    Scholarship Is
    Offered Here
    The National Association of
    Women's and Children's Apparel
    Salesman is offering an $1,800 one-
    year scholarship to the Fashion
    Institute of Technology of New
    York City, in the Institute's Di-
    vision of Sales and Merchandise.
    According to Charles Stone,
    president of the Florida Handbag
    and Jewelry Salesmen's Associa-
    tion, local affiliate of the national
    organization, competition is open
    to male high school seniors in the
    United States and Canada.
    Interested students here should
    write to Stone, 7420 Gary Ave.,
    Miami Beach.
    By Special Report
    A major excel pt from Leon Uris'
    forthcoming new novel. "Arma-
    geddon," is published exclusively
    in the Apr. 20 issue of The Satur-
    day Evening Post.
    The first part of the novel on
    the American occupation of Nazi
    Germany appearing in the maga-
    zine "explores questions the world
    asks of Germany, and Germans
    ask, or fear to ask. themselves,"
    according to the author. Uris,
    who wrote "Exodus" and "Battle
    Cry," traveled throughout Ger-
    many interviewing former Nazis
    and anti-Nazis while gathering
    material for his latest book.
    Uris explained that "Arma-
    geddon" had its inception some
    years ago when he was in Athens
    preparing a screenplay. He first
    refused to go to Germany for
    filming because of "what the
    Nails had done to the Jews in
    World War II." Urged by Israeli
    government officials to conquer
    i his hostility, Uris admitted that
    [ "my writer's curiosity was
    aroused," and he later made the
    . trip.
    "Research convinced me." he
    added, "that Germany was do*
    tined to become Armageddon, thi
    site of the battleground in the fin
    aj struggle between the forces o
    good and evil."
    Illustrations for "Armageddon
    in The Post were completed b]
    Felike Topolski, of London, who
    was official artist for the British
    Empire during World War II
    Beth El Sisterhood
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    monthly luncheon and card party
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    JEWISH MORALISTS
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    and turn it over (.gain, /or 1-
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    r^eligious <&L^ife

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    ; By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
    flew did further subdivisions in the
    text come about, e.g., the sub-
    * Civision of every portion into
    the seven portions .for every
    ' Sabbath?
    authorities agree that this
    -Dii took place at a much
    . They base this conten-
    tion on ihe fact that these sub-
    ivisions 1 except lor two portions)
    tre not mentioned in the Tal-
    mudic literature. Furthermore,
    N nis Gaon of Vilna did not
    follow the existing divisions shown
    in the printed text. Had these
    subdivisions been fixed in Tal
    mudic times or Gaonic times, the
    Gaon would certainly not have
    overlooked them.
    . .Apparently the original practice
    fas to subdivide the portions at
    will having care not to interrupt
    a subject without completing the
    verses which complete a sub-topic
    and not to end a portion at a point
    when- there was an undesirable
    or tragic expression. Later on, in
    order to create some type of uni-
    formity ;md to prevent argumen-
    tation over the subject, uniform
    subdivisions were introduced.
    Then are still some authorities
    ho daim, however, that these
    ubdiwMons were created by Ez-
    ra the Scribe or by the Gaonim
    *ho followed the Talmudic period.
    It is interesting to note that divid-
    ui2 the Bible in chapters, as such,
    as not originally a Jewish prac-
    tice
    It appears to have been taken
    "'it from non-Jews, originally for
    the purpose of being able to de-
    bate the truths of the Torah with
    'hose missionary sects who sought
    to change or to pervert its mean
    tog. and who quoted "Chapter and
    Wse." in order that a common
    ground of reference be established
    Ifor this exchange of views, Jews
    k"ewie referred to chapter and
    ^*rse.
    A Real Religious Revival
    Is Man's Great Need Today
    By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER
    Dade Height Congregation
    In this Sabbath's Sedra, we
    read of the tragic incident in which
    Nadab and Abihu. Aaron's sons,
    brought strange fire into Israel's
    first Sanctuary and, in turn, were
    consumed by a "fire of the Lord.-'
    This implies that wherever it is
    not clear that we have a Divine
    warrant for what we do in the
    synagogue, we must be exceed-
    ingly cautious, lest we be charg-
    ed with offering "strange fire"
    which the Lord has not command-
    ed.
    In recent years of. the so-call-
    ed "religious revival." we ha.ve
    witnessed various forms of
    "strange fire" io our* housest of
    worship. In many, apsljanccs, the
    synagogue has been converted in-
    to a ynau.ogiu.'-ceDtcE, where re-
    ligion has been releuated to an
    Off center position. : We have per-
    mitted the unholy practices of tbe
    marketplace to infiltrate our spiritual abodes and have encouraged our
    spiritual leaders to become '-good businessmen." Tn.- Is no! to saj
    that financial considerations can or should be completely overlooked,
    but they must not be allowed to become our prime concern.
    The rabbis, themselves, are not wholly innocent. Many of them
    seem to have lost much of the prophetic zeal so characteristic of their
    predecessors. In the pulpit, they seem to be guided by public opinion.
    Hence, they have become news analysts, book reviewers, and even
    comedians. Perhaps the modern spiritual leaders, like Nadab and
    Abihu. are guilty of bringing "strange fires" before the Lord.
    A real revival of religion is direly needed today. In reality, our
    people want to feel a Presence. Strange fire pollutes. The time has
    come to purify our worship.
    j
    *^ erv/cei J hi a life eke nd
    Information to be included in the Religious Services column
    must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
    than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
    leases received after that time will be retunicJ as proor of
    their lateness.
    RABBI HAROLD tKHJU
    . feeling a Pretence
    Dade Heights Jewish Congregation m
    J
    KH SHAPIRO
    Dade Heights president
    It was seven years ago that 13
    pioneer families chartered Dade
    Heights Jewish Congregation,
    meeting first in members' homes
    and then a public North Dade
    store, which housed the growing
    congregation until two years ago.
    The constant growth of the con-
    gregation spurred the members to
    attain land on which a modern,
    well-planned building was con-
    structed. It was designed for ex-
    pansion with the growth of the
    Jewish community.
    Apparently. Dade Heights mem
    hers have always had a spark
    akin to the history of the Jews.
    Whenever it seemed that only a
    miracle would bring about the
    needs of the congregation, the
    members' efforts, belief and faith
    were the forces responsible for
    every step forward.
    Today. Dade Heights Jewish
    Congregation has grown to a
    membership of over 200 families.
    There is a program for Nursery
    School, Kindergarten and a Sum-
    mer Day Camp. All schools are
    provided with bus transportation.
    The Religious Schools have an en-
    rollment of over 200 students. Dade
    Heights has a five-year Hebrew
    School with a sixth year class plan-
    ned for this coming year. There
    are confirmation classes, adult
    education, a Senior High School
    Study Group, a library available
    to the community, two young
    Judaea Groups, a Junior and Sen-
    ior U.S.Y. and Cub Scouts.
    A Bowling League, Blood Bank,
    daily morning and evening ser-
    vices, Junior Congregation and
    Choir are also among the many
    offerings of the congregation.
    Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
    tion, at 1401 NW 183rd St., is also
    the home of the JWV Post 746.
    "Our pride is the harmonious
    relationship among Rabbi Harold
    Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
    the Congregation, Sisterhood, Sen-
    ior Citizens. Theater Guild and all
    the other affiliates of the Temple,"
    says Ben Shapiro, president.
    "One of the congregation's main
    endeavors is to develop and en-
    This page is prepared in
    I cooperation with the Spiritual
    I Leaders of the Greater Miami
    I Rabbinical Assn.
    RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHtTZ
    Coordinator
    Contributor:
    RABBI SOLOMON SCH1FF
    Gems of Wisdom
    nance the children's spiritual and
    ethical sensitivity. Dade Heights
    Jewish Congregation is striving to
    instill a desire for continued edu-
    cation, to develop an interest in
    local, national and world Jewish
    affairs and to give the children
    an awareness of the essential har-
    mony between the ideals and tradi-
    tions of American democracy and
    Judaism."
    AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
    Prlday 8:48 p.m. Saturday |:M a in
    Sermon: "Preserving our Inner Holl-
    '..;< p.m. Ii cture "Etbh a ol
    I atbei s,"
    BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
    servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
    Cantor William W. L'oson.
    1 rids) : p.m. Baturoay 9 a.m. liar
    Mltsvah: Morrla. s..n -if Mr. and
    Mis. Max Flahman. Mlncha I p.m.
    Bar Mltsvah: Mark, bob of Mr. and
    lira. Robert i-eiik.
    BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Solomon Schitf.
    Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 880 a.m. i
    Bermon: spiritual Vitality."
    BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
    Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
    Cantor Hyman Fine.
    Fridaj 81IS p.m. SermoiK 'The Pow-
    : Prayer.' Saturday 8:13 a.m.
    ----- -----
    BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
    e '------
    BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
    ave. Orthodox. Rabbi 7i06r Stern.
    Cantor Maurice Mamehet.
    l-Xentiig m.
    BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
    Modern Traditional. R.iUbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
    - i". a.m. 1
    An
    p.m. I i ii-. Ktti i if .iii-
    I ath< is Shalou* Seudos 5 ... p.m.
    1 M-. 1--1 >M a T: ue ll< 1 Itagi
    BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3ro ave.
    Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
    ---- ----
    BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
    Prlday 6:8.1 p.m. Saturdaj 8:3(1 a.m.
    Sermon: "Sons ( Songs." Mint lia
    ri:">n p.m. Sermon: "Freedom."
    ------ e ------
    BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
    schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
    baum
    Friday "> and B:80 p.m. Baa Mltsvah: 1
    Ruaan, ilauitht.r of Mr. ami Mrs. By
    Reese. Saturdaj vi:, a.m. Bar Mlts-
    1 van: Martin, sen of Mr. and Mrs.
    Irving Bercer; Richard, son of Mr.
    and Mis. Norman undo.
    ! CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
    Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St.. Mi-
    ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
    Gershon Levin.
    ----- ----
    DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
    GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
    servstive. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
    Friday 1:15 p.m. Bermon: "The
    I Reality of the Unseen." Saturday
    1:10 a.m Bar Mltsvah: Steven, wm
    of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Boaalar.
    Shaloua Seudoa 8:18 p.m.
    FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
    pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
    enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
    ----- ~^
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
    dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
    Gross.
    Friday 1:80 p.m. Saturday : a.m
    Bar Mltsvah: Robert, sou of Mr. ami
    Mrs. Erwin Jacobaohn.
    GEMS OF WISDOM
    A boo\ is the most delightftil
    npamon. an inanimate thing, vet
    it iJk.\- strmulotea your taunt
    its Thtrc is in the world no
    friend wore faithful and attentive
    no teacher more proficient. It uyll
    you in (olitude, accompany
    you in exile, serve as a candle in
    the ata'!(. and entertain yon in your
    loneliness, It trill do yoti good,
    and a and does not ta\e. IBN EZRA. .

    The Greeks wed the hskseti
    B. .-;:.\1 thcr
    1 G HfRSCH.

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    Israel Has 4,000 Synagogues
    JERUSALEM (JTA) There
    are more than 4,000 synagogues
    in Israel today compared with
    only 800 at the time of the estab-
    lishment of the State in 1948, and
    500 others are under construction,
    it was reported here by Religious
    Affairs Minister Zorach Warhaf-
    tig during the presentation to the
    Knesset, Israel's Parliament, of
    his Ministry's 1963-64 budget. The
    figures, he noted, did not include
    an additional 250 youth syna-
    gogues.
    During the coming year, some
    I75O,0OO ($250,000) has been allo-
    cated for synagogues from Gov-
    ernment funds and other sources
    including the Jewish Restitution
    Successor Organization, the Sil-
    man Trust and Heichal Shlomo,
    the Supreme Religious Center.
    Eight new synagogues are also be-
    l ing established in development
    towns by means of a grant of
    , I 750.000 from Sir Isaac Wolf son.
    prominent British philanthropist.
    ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
    Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
    e ------
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Seit.
    Friday 6:80 p.m, Saturday 8:80 a.m.
    Sermon: 'Why Kashrua?"
    SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
    Klein.
    ----- a -----
    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
    NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
    Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
    Morris Berger.
    Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "A King-
    dom of I'rirsts and a Holy People."
    Saturday !i a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Mar-
    tin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
    Koaofaky. .">:30 p.m. "Ethics of the
    Fathers.
    -----
    TB8MH.1 BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
    Kodner.
    Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "What
    Kind of Jew Are You?" Saturday
    11:18 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Michael, -son
    of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Cawllnirr;
    IKinald, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
    I Kates.
    TEMPLE BETH *EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1351 8. 14 ave. Reform
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
    I Friday 8:1a p.m. Sermon: "Lift
    our Supreme Teacher." Saturday 11
    a.m.
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
    ave. Liberal. Rsbbl Leen Kronlsh.
    Cantor David Conviser.
    Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "What
    Should We Remember about the
    Warsaw CShetto?" Saturday 10;i.'i
    a.111. liar Mltsvah: Mitchell, son of
    Dr. and Mrs. Charles Cordon.
    TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
    22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S.
    M. Machtei.
    TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing-
    ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrmai- Cantor Hirsh Adler.
    Triil.i\ v:ln 11. m. Saturday am.
    Bar Mltsvah: Joel. s,,n ol Mr. and
    Mrs .Leonard Rlcnelaon; Baa Mlts-
    vah: Marline, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs M01 Krovefi
    ---- ----
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St.
    Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
    Friday 8:13 p.m Se mon: Should
    Keligi'i m be Ifrald ol and
    Humaj
    TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
    Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
    Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown.
    Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "How Can
    1 Make Mj Child a Better Btudentr
    Sew officers of Blaterhood will be)
    honored. Mrs. Leonard Kalian, pres-
    ident, will participate.
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
    Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Heroea
    an Made." Has Mitzvah: Marleue,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jack Segal.
    Saturday a.m. Sermon: "The Por-
    tion of ill. Law." Par Mltsvah: Lar-
    rj. son of Mr and Mis. Samuel Feld-
    man.
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    I Frida; 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'Some
    j Poat-raaaover Thomrhta." Saturday
    s |S a in Par Mltsvah: Hrian. son
    .11 Mr. and Mis. Arnold Wlsscr.
    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
    bi Daniel M. Lowy.
    Frldny 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Can the
    v..inn;. 1 Generation Relax?" Satur-
    day 11 a 11 Bar Mltsvah: Brian, son
    of Mr. and Mis Edward Auerbaon.
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
    Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
    Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
    Klein.
    Frlda] s 10 p.m. Bermon: 'Serenity
    In the Wilderness." Ones Bhabbat
    hosted b) Mrs Rose Kata In honor
    of Tist birthday "f her father, Reu-
    ben Levin. Saturdaj '.' a m. s. r-
    mon: "The. Portion of the Week.
    e ------
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
    Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
    Dickson.
    . Friday *:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Jew
    and Medicine." Saturday I 15 am.
    Services conducted by Religious
    Brhonl -tudents. Prayers b) Howard
    Manhoff and Brent PUskln. Sermon
    by Robert '- ai iu.
    TEMPLE ZlON. 5720 SW 17th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
    ' Friday "<:30 p.m. Bermon: "Count-
    ing of the Onicr." Saturday 8:30 a.m.
    Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Steven Simon.
    i TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 M. Miami
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
    Wernick. Cantor Albert Giants.
    YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
    hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
    Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu
    Friday S:!j p.m. Sennon: "Unal
    , dedication." Has Mltsvah: Linda,
    daughter of Mrs. Mona Sherman. Sat-
    urday 9 a.m.
    YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
    Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
    Secmon: "People and Places." Min-
    cha 6:30 p.m.
    TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
    NE 167th St. Rabbi Nathan H.
    Zwitman.
    Friday 8:88 p.m. Quest speaker,
    , Kabbl Sheldon Edwards, Hillel di-
    re.lor at Iowa University. "What's
    Happening in American Judaism?"
    Sisterhood "111 host Uneg Shabbat.
    ~mr
    CANDLELIGHT ING TIME
    25 Nisan 6:28 p.m.


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    +.lfwi*l>ncr*Man
    Friday, April 19, 1963
    "
    Browsing With Books: By HILARY MWDUM
    Polish People's Republic Recalls the Warsaw Ghetto
    THE AGONY, STRUGGLE AND OBSTRUCTION OF THE
    JEWS IN POLAND Ml IMS. Printed in Poland;
    English translation isswod by Palonia Publishing
    Hausa, with permission of the Publishing House of
    Hie Ministry of National Defense. S40 photographs.
    Prof.
    FROM THE PREFACE by
    "We want to enshrine these buried memories
    Tadeusz Kotarbinski:
    in re-
    demption of the yearnings of those who died in despair
    with only an imperishable hope that they would be re-
    membered. Let this hope be cherished by the handful
    of images gathered in these pages, and by all the other
    portraits of human faces and representations of the reali-
    ties of those days." All measure of evil has become
    possible for us, because of those days; everything is
    threatening, everything is now credible. And so the obli-
    gation is not simply to preserve the memory of the dead,
    but "to fight against all those things which brought them
    their sufferings."
    The album, eight sections of photographs with cap-
    tions, with a separate English translation, has been edit-
    ed from several sources, mainly German, and only partly
    from Polish and Jewish ones Many photographs were
    found on captured or killed Wehrmacht soldiers; a large
    UN Listening Post:
    By SAUL CARSON
    Shadows Rise on the Interracial Front Today
    A
    POPULAR, late-night newscast or
    CBS-TV quo.es Malxolm X. the No
    2 man in command of the Black Mus
    lims. telling his followers not to she<
    tears over Hitler's anti-Jewish holo
    canst. When thes" Jews.'" h> a
    vises, "come up in your face, trying to
    get you to cry for them over what hap-
    pened to them, yen tell them you don't
    have any tears left. You have shed
    too many tears for your own kind."
    In Harlem. Rep Adam Clayton Powell, chairman of
    the House Committee on Education and Labor, and at
    Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
    Capitol Bar Mitzvah
    Washington
    JIMMY FELDMAN, whose Bar
    Mitzvah was recently honored
    by President Kennedy and cele-
    brated by the White House staff.
    Terformed his duties with New
    "frontier vigor. Jimmy asked not
    vhat the Bar Mitzvah could do for
    lim, but what he could do for the
    Bar Mitzvah.
    A quiet dignity exemplified America's first Bar
    Mitzvah boy to have his confirmation marked by
    an informal White House holiday, a personal gift
    from President and Mrs. Kennedy, and the dancing
    of a "freilich hora" by members of the White House
    staff. Cabinet, Supreme Court, Senate, and diplo-
    matic corps.
    New Frontiersmen of all faiths danced in a huge
    circle, hand-in-hand, with Israeli diplomats and lad-
    ies of the Sisterhood of Jimmy's temple and Jew-
    ish kids from the neighborhood.
    Jimmy is the son of Myers ("Mike") Feldman.
    an original member of Mr. Kennedy's personal
    brain trust, who serves in the White House as Dep-
    uty Special Counsel to the President.
    Mr Kennedy could not come to Washington's
    Temple Sinai or to the reception because he had
    to make a speech that day in Chicago. But Jimmy
    was thoughtfully presented with a beautiful framed
    lithograph of the White House, inscribed by hand,
    from "his friends. John Kennedy and Jacqueline
    Kennedy."
    Mr. Feldman. in addition to his important
    Presidential staff duties on legislative and executive
    matters, is Mr. Kennedy's personal consultant on
    Jewish and Israeli affairs. Reliable reports have
    linked him with the decision to provide Israel with
    the Hawk missile and a number of anti-bias actions
    on the domestic scene.
    He made two trips to Israel within the last year.
    After the last visit. Prime Minister Ben-Gurion de-
    scribed Mr. Feldman as "the kind of man I can
    talk to."
    Among the guests and hora dancers were mem-
    bers of the President's inner circle, his special
    assistants and personal aides, Lawrence F. O'Brien,
    Kenneth O'Donaell. Henry W. Wilson. Jr.. Dick
    Donahue. Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and Pierre Sal-
    inger.
    One saw such personalities as Postmaster Gen-
    eral J. Edward Day, Secretary of Agriculture Or-
    ville L. Freeman. Secretary of Labor W. Willard
    Wirtz. David E. Bell, director of the Agency for
    International Development. Jerome B. Wiesr.er.
    chief scientific adviser to the President. Manny
    Cohen. Securities and Exchange Commissioner.
    Mortimer M. Caplin. director of Internal Rvenue.
    Newton Mmow. chairman of the Federal Communi-
    cations Commission. Walter W. Heller, chairman of
    the President's Council of Economic Advisors, mem-
    bers of Congress, and others.
    Supreme Cmirt Justice Arthur Goldbera served
    as an informal toastmaster, making amusing re-
    marks at the festivities. He emerged as one of the
    most vigorous hora dancers.
    Noting that his father never had a chance to
    be "Bar Mitzvahed." Jimmy said he was glad that
    they were "Bar Mitzvahed" together.
    the same time pastor of a congregation reputedly
    having the largest membership of any Christian church
    in this country, rails aggainst the fact that "white peo-
    ple" hold high posts in such organizations as the Urban
    League and the National Association for the Advance-
    ment of Colored People.
    What Rev. Powell said, as quoted, was this: "There
    are no Negroes in the American Jewish Congress or in
    the national organizations of Italiansand show me a
    black irishman if you will. The NAACP has white people
    in high positions We should boycott it." The Amster-
    dam News, published by another m;n named Powell, ran
    the photo of two white men at the top it its Page One
    story reporting the Powell-NAACP exchange. One of
    those white men is definitely a Jew.
    On Chicago's West Side, on Philadelphia's South Side
    in the areas surrounding Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill, in
    Crooklvn's Bedford-Stuyvcsant section"all around the
    town," as the old song had itthese rumblings are going
    on. Sometimes they are anti Semitic in outright phras-
    ing.' Always, they are against the Jew in fact. Now and
    then, the blasts take more concrete form. A cafeteria
    is picketed on Harlem's main stem. 125th St., because the
    new owner is not a Negrohe happens to be a Jew. The
    Negro press plays up these actionsThe Amsterdam
    News in New York. The Defender n Chicago, other papers
    around the country, read avidly by the Negro masses.
    Elijah Muhammad, leader of the Black Muslims, with
    national headquarters in Chicago, spreads his hatred
    against all "white devils"but somehow many of them
    turn out to be Jewish. James Baldwin, one of the most
    brilliant of contemporary American writers, who is a
    Negro, notes the Negro anti-Semitism in his bitter, whip-
    lash prose.
    These are the ominous clouds gathering over the
    American landscape these days.
    Responsible Negro leaders speak out against the
    trend. Roy Wilkins. executive director of the NAACP,
    looks at the Black Muslim anti-Semitism, derives comfort
    irom the fact that "it is safe tp say that Muslim anti-
    Semitism differs from the genuine article in that it is
    part of anti-white-ism, rather than an attitude directed
    solely toward a particular faith."
    U.S. Disrict Court Judge James B. Parsons, of Chi-
    cago, is cool toward the Black Muslims, assert- that "anti-
    Semitism among Negroes.has weakened." Mr. Wilkins
    b also optimistic in that regard. There is no doubt what
    ever about the attitude of the majority of the more re-
    sponsible of the Negro community.
    Jackie Robinson, the former baseball player, whose
    voice is listened to avidly by many millions of Negroes,
    disagrees with Dr. Powell. But the volatile pastor will
    not be silenced. In an interview with a New York radio
    station, he comes about as close to using the word "Jew"
    as anyone can. when he attacks the New York Times as a
    newspaper published by people belonging to a "minority"
    group. He goes even furtherquestioning whether the
    New York Times people attend "the synagogue." In spite
    of leaders like Wilkins and Robinson, Dr. Powell does
    not let up. So. when he speaks only of "whites" and
    mentions "synagogue," his people certainly know he
    means Jews.
    part were discovered in German records attached to of-
    ficial reports. Others were part of family album:: and
    diaries kept by Nazi soldiers during the war.
    The Embassy of the Polish People's Republic, which
    sent the book, included also a press release citing the
    preparations in Poland for the commemoration of the
    twentieth anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising and
    the proclamation by President Kennedy, in consonance
    with the joint resolution of Congress, inviting the rwople
    of the United States to observe the anniversary "v Ito ap-
    propriate ceremonies and activities."
    At a time when the Hannah Arendt infamy, accusing
    the European Jews of collaborating in their own exter-
    mination, is still outraging the sensible. Bernard ''irks
    introduction is particularly significant. The director of
    the Jewish Historical Institute writes: "But this chronicle
    is not just a record of martyrdom; it has Its passages ol
    defiance, of passive and active resistance, of psych'
    cal. economic and armed opposition. It is not true to
    say that the Jews went meekly to their deaths. Wherever
    and whenever it was feasible, they evaded deportation,
    went into hiding, jumped out of the death trains. coQectrt
    arms, mustered in the forests, joined the partisans, and*
    made preparations to do battle in the ghettos and camps
    There is also Artur Eisenbach's pamphlet. "Operation
    Reihhard: Mass Extermination of the Jewish Population
    in Poland." reprinted from "Polish Western Afft
    There is also a pictorial booklet on Treblinka. These and
    other new publications are available for distributiOi
    the Polish Embassy, m Washington, 2640 itn St.,
    The pictures, of course, will break your head I
    ever.
    Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
    The Art Haggadah
    El
    I
    ASK A
    JEWISH scholar about
    the Sarajevo Haggadah. and
    ie will tell you that this is a price
    ess specimen of Jewish book il
    umination of the 14th Centur> ir.d
    me of the finestif not the tin
    lestHaggadah in the world. Ask
    I a non-Jew ish lover of art abou'
    Sarajevo Haggadah, and he will
    I tell you that it is one of the treas-
    ures of medieval culture. For many years, various
    art publications have been reproducing illustrations
    from this illuminated manuscript as example- of
    book art. but never has this famous Haggadah been
    reproduced in its entirety.
    An exquisite edition of the Sarajevo Haggadah,
    with complete text and colorful illustrations, has
    now been published for the first time by Harconrt,
    Brace and World. It took the publishers three >iars
    to prepare the engravings which convey with re-
    markable fidelity the charm of the original illumi-
    nations. This magnificent Haggadah. which has
    become part of the history of art, is more than 600
    years old and is in possession of the Yugoslav Na-
    tional Museum in Sarajevo. Its reputation as an
    art treasure is so great that when the Nazis oc-
    cupied Sarajevo in 1941. one of their first actions
    was to -end an officer to the National Museum to
    seize it. However, the director of the museum suc-
    ceeded in hiding it in a remote village until tie
    war was over.
    The rare medieval Haggadah is considered a
    masterpiece because of its 69 extremely beautiful
    illuminations Reproduced with painstaking care
    for the American edition, the illuminations illustrate
    in consistent detail the entire book of Genesis the
    story of the Exodus and the Egyptian bondage, the
    giving of the Ten Commandments, and other epi-
    sodes from the Bible In a beautiful combination
    of colors they present each of the seven days of
    Creation.
    ... : i -ir-. r. : ':... :..:;::.".
    Panorama:
    Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ
    Will Durant Forgot Who the Prime Source Was
    RABBI STEPHEN S. WISE was oncef^-
    * asked if he had read a certain best _
    seller. He answered. No. he hadn't got f
    ten around to it yet. he hadn't finishee [
    reading the Bible.
    I am a little slow too. Just go
    through Will Durant's "Story of Phi'
    osophy." It was a best seller 30 year
    ago.
    A very good book too, but the au _
    thor made a little mistake. One of the be*. ..
    of Talmudic time.- is of the heathen who said to HUlel:
    "Tell me what is Judaism, while l stand on one i
    Hillel answered: "Love your neighbor a- yourself. That
    is the Law All the rest is commentary."
    Durant. in his "Story ol Philosophy" uses the same
    nry. but instead of HUlel being asked the question, it
    was a monk who was asked the question, and not about
    Judaism but about Christianity.
    Of course, it is possible that a man might have stood
    up on one leg and asked i monk the same Question aboul
    inn s.
    Christianity, but I doubt it. I don't think the PracU^
    of asking questions while standing on one leg ad1111
    such a vogue, h
    Ine author of the "Story of Philosophy" Just 'ol^\
    characters mixed. There is a story' about a J<* I
    put a nickel in slot machine and when nothing c I
    out. yelled at the machine, "Anti-Semite.'' 1 knW I
    Mr Durant is no anti Semite, but why do things
    that happen so often? wnwl
    The other night. I was listening to an em mem m J
    Ian on the radio discoursing on the history of f"*_
    He Bald the world owes its freedom to the Protesta M-jl
    I thought, if they aaked me, I would saj 1IU'> *'. lM|
    owe a little to Jews, too. Didn't Macaulay saj I
    defenders Ol Civil Liberty in Kr.-laul were alwaj*
    moid the Old Testament'' jt ,,
    Take the Liberty Ball in Philadelphia. On ?jg
    taken not from Luther or Erasmu- or even _.
    testanl author, like Shakespeare, bul from "'
    "Proclaim liberty unto all the land and all IM
    tanta thereof."


    Lktv. AP^ 19. 1963
    *Jf**i*S>nmr*fcm
    Putj K>-A
    LEGAL NOTICE
    I
    THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    N.tm DICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
    "llp'-ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
    F0R IN CHANCERY
    Ce No. 63C 1443
    ,.,.,. MORENO ,
    naVI *
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    , .. IMu S.A.
    - \ \I-.KII. FRANCO DH
    -ill;. No. SM, Chorrllloa
    .,!> required to fll- your
    i,. complaint tor Divorce
    . ,.i ihe above Court,
    ., ,..i.\ thereof upon (lino
    ,-\., Attorney at Law, M0-
    ..- Hid*., in N.K. End
    i Florida on or iii-foi a
    uf May 1963, or else oom>
    l iken a- confessed.
    i ibi) of March, IM1
    i! i eatiibrman
    ili.- I'irrnit Court
    i

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    i THE COUNTY JUDQE'S COURT
    ,N *M3 FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    NO. 52834- B
    ', i, late ol
    . .1. STF.INRACii.
    3JTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    >PLiC*TlON FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    v hi reby Riven that 1
    -in Final Report nn.l l'-ti-
    rlbutlon ami Final DM-
    bjj-i-h Executrix of the estate ol
    >t.-ml,.oh, deceased: nn.l
    il, ila) of May, IMS, will
    . Honorable County Judges
    i. Florida, for approval
    ,i Iti port and for distrl-
    final dlsohai ge as Execu-
    ..i the above-named
    hlii 1st .lay of April. INS.
    SKI.MA EI.RoD
    Executrix
    & KBSKLER
    Attorneys
    Ruilding
    Florida
    4.".. IS, It, St
    \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    EIE.E-.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    |T FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    CC."TY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 63C 3610
    ;'_ \soN, JR., as Administrator
    Affairs, an Officer of
    !: Stntes of America, an.l
    -.in NUCh Offloe. and
    assigns,
    lalntlff,
    MMW
    LEGAL NOTICE
    "Skilled Shmilledl For THIS Momma and I
    sent you four years to Harvard and three years
    to M.I.T.?"
    C*or. 1962, Doyenu Production!
    LEGAL NOTICE

    lK ANHEi.i >. ,t ii.\. et ul,
    Ills.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    KXT DE ANtlEI.o
    LN \'A DE AXiiEI.O.
    and
    his
    living, ini-iuiiiiiK any un-
    >itsee of mild Defendants
    have remarried, ami if
    unknown nolle, di -
    .- itntees, assignees, cred-
    itors, trustees, and all
    - r-iiis claiming by,
    inder or against these
    - n hose resldom .- are
    HBRBBT NOTIFIED
    I., -ii brought against
    i: IS< X, .ii: a- a.i
    \ lerans Allan.-. an
    i nlled States of Vmer-
    sftora in such of-
    .tsslgns, to fore-
    ige enoumbet Ing thi
    H .! |.|..|.,l l\ to-W II
    i. II. UltST ADDI-
    xN iK III RIDOE, a. -
    plul Ho reof, as
    [laI [tlook 35, Bl pace
    i.lli i-., nrds oi i >ad

    > .....itilred to file yui
    iii. Clerk of the Clr-
    i l'ail.- County, Florida,
    - in Mianii. 1-1.a i l.i.
    m i) ;. IMS, and to serve
    inswer upon MYERS,
    "MAN K \ri.\N a CATRMAN,
    ittornesrs, uhofc addreas
    Ifty BuiMtng. lir.ii B.W.
    ' 6 !, Miami M, Florida, on or
    i date, as required by the
    W> Florida. If you fail to nt w ill be taken u oon-
    it uu and a Deerec Pro Con
    si wiu i. fiii.-r.-il against y>n f.
    ; reU; demanded In the complaint.
    DATED this ilr.l day ,.f April. IMS.
    r. H I.CATHERMAN
    i ihe Circuit Court
    County, Florida
    K M. I.YMAN
    I'.-i.niy Clerk
    m. Kanian a.- Cataman
    Building
    . i irat stre.-t
    Florida 4 .".. \2. 19. 26
    notice under
    fictitious name law
    IH HEREBY (ilVKN that
    *M*ned, ilealrlm to ennauu in
    [niter the l'i.-lilioiis name !
    I'lrtTRIRI'TOHR l IS1.1 Hff
    Miami (!:. Flnridn. intend
    .ul name with the < "I. rk
    II Court of Dftde County,
    *#* *
    R
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
    No. 59006-B
    IN RE: Batata ol
    BARNETT \\ ( nil.FSI'KAl >
    I leceoaerl.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors ami All Persons llav-
    iiik ciainiH <>r Demands Against Uald
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    iiuir.-ii lo prajaent ftny clainii ami da
    ma ml- which you may have akajnat
    th. .state ..f KAJRNETT Wis.l.l-'-
    KTEAn deceased late -! Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, to the CoUBty Judfai ol
    Dade County, and ill.- the same in
    duplicate and ii- provided In Section
    73::.iti. Florida Bta>tutea, in their of-
    flcea iu the County Courthouse in
    lia.i,- County. Horida. within six cal-
    endar month.-- Iron the time of the
    first publication hereof, or the .-ame
    will be haried.
    I >!it,-d at Miami, Florida, tliis Bth
    day of March, a.i>. IMS.
    Mi.NMK Y. WOOL-FBTEAD
    Aa Admlniatratrix
    \vi-:iNS'i'i:i.\ ft WEIN8TEIN
    Ati.Mii->> for Administratrix
    Uu Lincoln KL, Miami lleach, Fla
    :: :".'. ) 5-12-U
    |i i
    tth
    i wn.-rs
    ' DI^TRIBPTlUCS, INC
    WNNlK-JACat INV
    4/5. 12. Ii.
    M
    ,IH.E BOUNTY JUDOK'8 COURT
    A r?-F0R OAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    rp,. Ne. 5S731-C
    AAJtoN NEWMAN
    *titaiirr*.by """fled that a writ-
    n 5K5T"' nn.rtlne to be the
    t Iu- t <--*taine.nt of said deoe-
    " SL7*"*"HW to pr..t.ai.- In
    l V,i "". ar,> hereby com-
    "*i tU a,. .'" "-alendar moaths
    I 'his ,i: ."' ,n"' "r5, publication
    ! -h. -. ." '" :l"I'-iir In said Court
    t .,. V ," anv > can. why
    h* WU ., ',"' ''""rt ln udmlttlni:
    1-., probate should not stand
    oa>RE T CLARK
    ItV \1.-,".'""V -'"'ll-re
    tr;'-'*< C DICK. Clark
    of tkla n,.t.- or.
    I ^ll/.M.N
    k'.il '^''.tor-.
    ' ''' Miami Beach, Fla
    ' -':. i/5-U-W
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the
    ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
    No. 63C 3775
    J s i :i.k \s. i.\. JR.. us Administra-
    te il Vetei an.- Affull s, an < iftlcei --t
    ili, i mi. il States of Ami i t, and
    his i re In such >.i i i. anil hjs
    oi iii. i a-- mi
    I lalntlff.
    \ -
    HAItt ll.l M FRASEIt, i n\. el Bl,
    I i feudn ni-.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    IIAHOI.il M ERASER and
    I-l.i IRENCE M. FRASEIt
    110 "-ill Sir.-, t
    CambridKe, Massachusetts
    Yol ARE HEREBY NfaTIPIED that
    a eult has Im-.ii brouchl against you
    bjeJ. s UUEAftoK, JR., aa Admlnls-
    iratoi of Veterana Affairs, an Officer
    if tin- I'nit.-d states of America, and
    Iii- successors In such office, and his
    or tii. ir asslxoa, to forecloae a mort-
    ijiisi- encumberlna the followitiK d.-s-
    -iltied property, to-wit:
    Lot 15. Block I, of CCTUCR RIDCE,
    SI-:CT|iiN TIIKKl-:. accordinfr to the
    plat thereof, recorded in I'lat Book
    .'?. at pane M. of the puiiin- record^
    of Dade County, Horldn;
    ami you are r. |iiir.-d to file your an-
    swer" with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Hade County Florida, at the
    Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or
    before May 15, IMS, and to serve a
    cpv ot such anawer upon MYKKS.
    HEIMAK. KACI.AN A CATSMAN.
    Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address is
    Eleven-Fifty' Building. I1M B.W. First
    .Street, Miami ".6. Horida. on or be-
    fore said dale, as iciuir.d by the
    laws of Florida. If you fall to do s".
    Hi. ...mplaint will he taken as con-
    fesSBd to you and a 1'ecree Fn Con-
    fess,, will be entered against you for
    th, relief demanded in the complaint.
    1>ati:i> this Mh day of April, i?i">.
    l: B. I.KA IIIKKMAN. Clerk of the
    Circuit Court, Dade County*, Florida
    (seal) Bj : C. P. OOPBLAND
    Deputy cierk
    Mvers. Il.-iiuan. Kaplan at Catsman
    Eleven-Fifty Building
    1150 S W. First Street
    .Miami :i6, Florida
    1/lt-lS-M, '''
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 59021 -B
    In RB: Estate of
    ANGELO It IS ANTE
    I I, ,as,(l.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    Itii! Claims or lii-mands .\Kain-t Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired in present anjLclalma and de-
    mands which you max* have against
    the .state ,.1 ANUKMi IIISANTB de-
    ceased lae of l".i Mapi.w.....i Ave-
    nue, Chltremont, P.Q., Canada, to
    ihe County Juds-.-s ...f Had.- County.
    and file the same in duplicate and as
    provided in Section 733.16, Florida
    Statutes, in their offic.-s in the <*,,un-
    ty Courthouse in Dad,- County. Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the first puhlilication
    h.-r.-of. or the same will lie barred,
    I'ated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
    da) of Apill. A.D. IMS.
    LEONARD <;. BQERT
    Ancillary Administrator Cum
    Testament,, Annexo
    First publication of thi- notice on
    :.th day of April. IMS.
    LEONARD <:. EOERT
    MYKKS. HEI.MAN, KAPLAN
    ,v i- \TSM \\
    Attorney for Ancillary Adminis-
    trator CTA
    1150 s.W. 1st Street
    Miami. Florida
    I :,. 12, 19, 2
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
    a ICOUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 2C 13779
    vs.
    WADK AUXIER and PBOOX
    AINIKK his wife, JEANNE
    NI:i:i.i:y. SARA JENKINS, ED-
    WARD ZIMMERMAN, EDWARD
    WOLZ, KENNETH <:. KfssKi.i.
    and KAItDARA A. ltt'SSKl.l.
    his Wife
    Defendant.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO: WADE AUXIER and PBOGY
    Al'XIER his wife. RESIDENCE j
    fNKXOWN, if alive and if dead.'
    the unknown heirs, devisees,
    # grantees, aaslgnees, lienors, ored-
    Itors, trustees or other claimants .
    claiming by. through, under or
    against any of tin* above name.il
    defendants who are deceased
    You are hereby notified that the
    above captlnned action has been In-
    stituted against you in the Circuit
    Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
    cuit of Florid;, in and for Hade Coun-
    ty to forecloae a mortgage upon the
    following described real porperty:
    Lot IS, B'ock -I, DIXIE ESTATES
    UltST ADDITION, as recorded ill
    rial Book 68, Page '' of the Pub-
    lic Records of Dade County, Fior- j
    Ida, together with Hotimint
    Range Model Itli'i'.?, Hotpolnt !!-
    frlgeratoi- Model EBII, Hotpolnt
    Washer Model 1.11 II.
    You are required to file your an-
    swer to plaintiff's complaint with th,-
    Cl.-rk of the aforesaid Court, aid
    serve a copy thereof upon plaintlfl
    attorney
    MAItTIN FINK
    I iili Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
    Miami 82, Florida
    not later than May 15, 1963 or a De-
    cree Pro Confess.* will be entered -
    against you.
    Hated: April ",. IM1
    K. It. LEATHBRMAN
    Cl.-rk ,,f the Circuit Court
    B) c I. ALEXANDER
    Deputy cieik
    MARTIN FINE
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    nth Floor 1'a.l- Federal Hide.
    Miami '>-. Florida
    ____________________________\lf-'-IH-.'ti. :. :i
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. 'N PROBATE
    No. 59003-B
    IN RE: Estate ,,f
    MYlcTl.i: HESSIE
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    qulred to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the .-stale ol MYRTLE HKSSIK de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Horida.
    to the Count) Judges of Dade County,
    and file the same in their offices in
    th.- c.jnt) Courthouse In Hade Coun
    ty. Horida. within si\ calendar months
    from the dale of the fir-t publication
    'h.-reof. or the same will be barred.
    ROBERT THE" >1M >RE Hl'DSOJ,
    1. R. MAYERS
    Attorney
    ' 1612 Congi es* Bldg
    \|i.i mi, Floi Ida .
    9, i ft-12-19
    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
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    patronage and guarantee
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    LE5AL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE i.- HEREBY 0IVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    ii business under the fictitious nan
    of SHENANDOAH APARTMENTS at
    3*0.330 -iiiih Street. Miami I1or.Ii
    Horida, intend to register said name
    with the cl.-rk ,,f the Circuit Court
    of Dade County, Horida.
    SA.MI"F.l. YANOWITZ
    DR. HTANLET QORI K >N
    KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
    Attorneys for Sh.-iiandoah Apartnionts
    :: 29, i 5, 1^, 19
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICITITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring t.....gage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    AIRPORT RADIO SERVICE at Mi-
    ami. Intend to register s.iiri name
    with the cierk of the Circuit Court
    oi bade County, Florida.
    HERMANN ClELLER
    GL'IDO ELIAS
    i ... IS, 19, -''
    IN
    h.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undernigned. desiring to engage in
    hUKinesN under the flrtltloun nsnie of
    EVKlt-NC PRODfCTS. at 2215 West
    9th Awe., Hlaleah. Florida. Intend to
    register said name with the Clerk, of
    the Circuit Court of Dade. County,
    Florida. _
    JCANITA JOHNSON
    FRANCES KRAMER
    NEIL CHONIN
    Attorneys for Juanita Johnson
    and Frances Kramer ,
    l/lt, 19. 26. .'/3
    THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 59022-C
    RE: Estate of
    JOSEPH PEK1.IN
    I leceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims ..r Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to it.-.-.-nt any claim- and de-
    mands which you may have aguinst
    the estate ..f JOSEPH PERIJN de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dade County,
    and file the same In duplicate and as
    provided ill Section 73.1.16. Florida
    Statutes. In their offices In the Onin-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the first ptibblluntkin
    hereof. ,,r the. seme will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Horida, this 2nd
    day of AprlL A.l>. 1963.
    IDA SBIDBN
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    .'.th day of April. 1963.
    ALAN It. LOR HER
    Attorney for Executrix
    IM Lincoln Itoad
    Miami Beach, Florida
    1 a. IS, 19. 26
    FICTmOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that | months from the time
    the undersigned, d.-siilng to engage In P>"'ll.-atlon hereof, or t
    business under lh fictitious naine of
    PINE BROOK FARMH. at 1300 Tole-
    do Street. Coral liable.-. Florida, in-
    tend to register said name with the
    Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court "I Dade
    County, Florida.
    .HI.IAN WEINKLK
    MYEUS. HEIMAN, KAI'I.AN
    ,\ CATSMAN .....
    AltorneJs for Julian \\ einklo
    I ,_-..-''
    IN THE COUNTY JUOOS'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    NO. sestMA
    In RIO: Estate of
    ABRAHAM M. BELAIEF. a. k a
    ABU AM M. BKUAIEF
    Iieiceased-
    NOTICS TO. OREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims Against Said Estate:
    You arc hereby notified and re-
    quired to present- any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    tb estate of ABRAHAM M. 1113.-
    AIEF. a/A/a ABRAM M. HEliUEl
    deceased late of Dade County. Hor-
    ida, to the County Judges of lv.de.
    County, and file the same in dupli-
    cate and as provided In Section 733.16.
    Florida Statutes. In their offices la-
    the County Courthouse in l>ade Coun-
    ty Florida, within six. calendar
    - of the first
    th same will
    lie barred
    Hated at Mianii. Florida, this 1st
    dnv of April. AD. 1963.
    ' BERTRAM L. ROTHKOPF
    As Executor
    Fir-t publication of this noti.. on
    the 3th ilai of April. 1963.
    HAliltY ZCKERNICK
    Attorney for Executor
    i-'ii Uncoln Road, Miami Beach
    i IS, IB, S
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3283
    B WIBAR \ ROSENBERG.
    Plaintiff,
    i -
    EDW VRD ROS'ENIIEBG,
    Defendant,
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    v. i EDW VRD Rt ISENBEKG
    ADDRESS FNKNl >WN
    You. EDWARD ROSENBERG, are
    lier-by notified thai a BUI ol Com-
    plaint for Divorce has b,-, n filed
    against you, and you are required to
    serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Bill of c.....plain! on the
    Plaintiff's attorney, NORMAN II
    GOLDSTEIN, 111" S.E. lSrd Street,
    North Mianii Beach, Florida and file
    th.* oriKinal Answer or Pleading in
    the office of the Clerk of th.- circuit
    Court on or before the 89th day of
    April. 196::. If you fail to do so.
    judvment by default will be taken
    against yon for the relief demanded In
    the Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    IX'NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 26th day of March A.D.
    1963.
    K. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court. Hade Countv. Florida
    i-,-ali By: C. P. COPBLAND
    Deputy Clerk
    NORMAN II. GOLDSTEIN
    ltl" N.FJ. I<8rd street
    North Miami I'.each. Fla.
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    :: !':. t 5-18-11
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    tli. undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    HARMAKo ASSOCIATES, (not Inc.)
    at 1171 N.E. 79th St.. Miami. Ha., in-
    tends to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dodl
    County. Florida.
    MURRAY I. FREDERICKS
    Sol- Owner
    3'19. 4/3-12-19
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
    IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 33SS
    WKLTHA GH:>.\,
    Plaintiff.
    CECIL OIBSON,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: CECIL OIBSON
    Residence unknown
    TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a Bill of Complaint for Dlvon-e has
    been filed against you. and YOl' ARE
    HBRBBY REQCTRED to serve a copy
    of your Anawer to the Bill of Com-
    Klaint op the Plaintiff's attorney.
    EN ESSEN. ESQ. 1014 Seybold
    Huiiding. Miami 32. Florida, and file
    the original answer in the office of
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court on OT
    before April 8Mb, IMS. in default of
    which the Bill of Complaint will be
    taken as confessed against you.
    DATED: March 86th, IMS.
    E. It. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court, Pad.- County, Florida
    (Seal) IV* : K M. I.Y.MAN
    i i.-imt> Clerk
    8 89, l :.-l2-i:i
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    ii, business under tin- fictitious name
    of FAMOl'S BEAUTY COLLEGE OF
    MIAMI BEACH at number BS3 Lin-
    coln Road ill the city of Miami Head,.
    Florida, intends to register the said
    name With th.- Cl-rk of the Circuit
    Court of Had,- Count)*, Florida
    Dated at Miami lleacll, Florida, 'bis
    29th day ofMarch. 19::
    BELBOB SCHOOLS, INC
    KOVNER \ MANNHEIMER
    Aitiorne.s for Appllcanl
    4 :,. 12. 19, 36
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    NO. 58692 C
    lu RE: Estate ..i
    JACOB KLEINMAN
    I leceased.
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE OF SAID
    DECEDENT,
    You an- hereby notified that a
    written instrument purporting to bo
    j the last will and testament of *aid
    | decadent has 1.....n admitted to pro-
    bate in said Court. You are hereby
    ! commanded within six calendar
    months from- the date of the first
    publication of this notice to appear
    ' In said Court and show cause, if any
    \,,ii ,an. why the atelon of said Court
    in admitting said will to probate
    should not stand unrevoked.
    GEORGE T. CLARK
    County Judge
    MEI.BA C. HICK
    Clerk
    l-'iisi publication of this iiotic. .-n
    :.ih day of April, 1963
    HENRY M WAITZKIN
    ah..i ne>
    ::"." Lincoln Road, Miami Bi
    Florida
    4 :.. 12. 19, 2
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3338
    , BEATRICE lE V.N BERRY,
    Plaintiff,
    \ -
    JCNIOR LEE BERRY,
    |l. fell,lain.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    TO: Jl'NIOR LEE BERRY
    Residence 1'nknown
    YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
    ; been filed against you, and YOl" ARC
    ! HEREBY REOt'lHED to serve a copy
    | of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
    plaint on tin- Plaintiffs attorney,
    HEN ESSEN, ESQy 1014 Seybold
    Building. Miami SS, Florida, and file
    the original answer In the office of
    the Clerk of the Cireuit Court on or
    belore April 30th. 1963. In default of
    which the Bill of Complaint will be
    tak.n as confessed against you.
    DATED: March ITth. 1963.
    E. B. LFIATHERalAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
    (Seal) By: K. M. "LYMAN
    Deput) Clerk
    :: 89, 4 :,-i2-i9
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 591M-A
    In RE: Estate of
    JOHN MILTON DIMM.
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
    I lug Claims or Demands Against Said
    ; Eslat,-:
    You are hereby notified and requtr-
    j ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the
    estate of JOHN MILTON DIMM de-
    ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
    tv. and file the same In duplicate and
    os provided in Section 733.16. Florida
    Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    of, or the name will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 4th
    day of April. A.I). 1943.
    MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
    As Executor
    MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
    Attorney for Executor
    1111 Alnsley Building, Miami. Ila.
    1/tS-19-36, 5 ::
    NOTICE UNOER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS PIERKBY GIVEN that
    the undersij4ned. d.-siring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    ARltoW DENTAL SIPI'I.Y at 1316
    \ Venetian Way. Miami Beach M,
    Fla., intends to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    I lade County. Klooiida.
    HEL.ENE GLAUBER
    BEYMOl'R I.oNIm >N
    Aitorne, and agent for
    lb-leu, llauher
    IS ;


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    "Jewish Floridian
    "oridn, Friday. April 19. 1963
    Section B
    Smiling faces of the committee indicate that the 15th anniver-
    sary celebration for the establishment of the State of Israel
    will be a success. Left to right are Mrs. Milton S. Green, tick-
    et chairman; Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, executive secretary; A.
    Arthur Pekelner, general chairman; Miss Marguerite Marx,
    general secretary; and Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, patrons com-
    mittee. The affair will be at the Miami Beach Auditorium on
    Saturday evening.
    Emma Lazarus
    Ending Season
    Emma Lazarus Oneg Shubbat
    study group will close the current
    oeaspn with a luncheon at the Sing
    apore on Thursday noon. Apr. 25.
    Guest speaker will he Louis
    Schwartzman. executive director.
    Bureau of Jewish Education. Mus-
    ical selections will be offered by
    Marion Spear, concert and opera
    singer, with Mrs. Bertha Barnett,
    accompanist, and Sin, Joseph
    White, program chairman, will
    conduct a Hebrew singing group.
    Participating in the program will
    he Mrs. Jack Cutler, Mrs. Barney
    Joseph, Mrs. Max Grant, Mrs.
    Jos< ph Ash. Mrs. Pauline Brick-
    ner and Mrs. Perl Berger.
    Mrs. William Lipsitz is educa-
    tion chairman, and Mrs. Norman
    Meyers is president of the group.
    Members of Sisterhood of Temple Menoroh discuss thei.
    donor luncheon at the Deauville Hotel last Wednesday. Lef:
    to right are Mrs. Alvin Schlesinger, donor credit chirmar.
    Mrs. Sam Belsky, donor luncheon chairman; and Mrs. Rcr
    Morse, Sisterhood president.
    Young Marrieds Set Brunch
    Young Married Couples Group
    at Beth David will meet for
    brunch on Sunday. Apr. 28. at 11:30
    a.m., in the social hall. Weather
    permitting, the group will go to
    Crandon Park.
    Serving with Barry Kareh. chair-
    man of the day, are Mr. and Mrs.
    Sheldon Kranz. Mr. and Mrs Law
    rence Panics, Mr. and Mrs. -
    Schulemson, and Mr. and Mi-.
    Harold Marks.
    Lewis F. Cohen i.- president of
    he club, which numbers 44 you .
    couples on its membership list.
    This Sunday evening, the orgs-
    Ization will hold a square dance id
    Spcctor Hall.
    Hadassah Schedules ^
    Fla. Regional Confab i\
    Fl r la Regional Conference of
    h will be opened Apr. 28
    it the Doral Country Club by Mrs.
    Irwin Lias, Florida Region presi-
    dent. Delegates and members
    ::u:n .11 over Florida and Puerto
    II meet for an educational
    and fun packed three days.
    Workshops headed by experts in
    I will be conducted during
    and the evenings will be
    filled with education and enter-
    i nt.
    posiuno on Sunday evening
    ai th. Doral Beach Hotel, chaired
    by Mr<. Dorothy Kreiger Fink, of
    Miami Reach, is open to the pub-
    1 will feature Dr. Martin
    Sobel, Rev. Theodore Gibson, and
    Di II Franklin Williams, of the
    it) nt Miami. A reception
    i r delegate! will follow at the
    Club.
    Other must speakers will in-
    elude Dr. Paul Watson, noted
    psychologist, who will help con-
    duct the Leadership Workshop on
    Sunday afternoon, and Ena Naun-
    ton, Miami Herald Club Editor,
    who will speak at the Penpushers
    Workshop on Monday.
    The banquet Monday evening at
    the Doral Beach Hotel, also open
    to the public, will help celebrate
    Israels 15th anriversary. and also
    present a program featuring Ed-
    ward (Ted) Berkman. author of
    Cast a Giant Shadow.'-
    "Pathway! to Progress" has
    been chosen as this year's confer-
    ence theme by the regional chair-
    man, Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. and
    local conference chairman. Mrs.
    Leonard Wolpe.
    Hadassah. now celebrating its
    51st birthday, was organized in
    1912 by Henrietta Szold and has
    grown to be the largest women's
    Zionist organization in the United
    States.
    COSTUME SALE
    FROM OUR FASHION FLOOR, THE THIRD
    AT 1/2 PRICE AND LESS!
    n
    J
    by
    The European cruise planned
    bj Yvette (Mrs. Micky< Kraus
    sounded so delightful that she
    round herself, unexpected
    .h two traveling compan
    1 Mrs, Prances Lrnn and
    A rea Mrs. Harold) Soglovitz
    living to New York next
    etk, the trio will leave May 1
    on the Coronia for a tour which
    "II make stops at ports as cx-
    "'u as Morrocco, Targiers Ath-
    ens, Dubrovnlk, Barcelona, and
    Lisbon There'll also be long-
    er Mays in Paris and London be-
    fore the homeward trek on the
    Queen Elizabeth sometime in
    Jure.
    I'" tty Jackson raved so
    Bitch about her recently-leased
    Hi out apartment at the
    Crystal House, daughter
    could hardly wait to see
    So -he. Husband Buddy
    j" came down to spend the
    II
    ,'" came down to sper
    With Mrs. Jack^or
    ""-d) is one ol Wa&bi
    D C.'s
    leadir
    spend
    on .
    hington.
    construction ty-
    ISABEL GROVE
    coons, and even his professional
    eye found everything plea-mg.
    It was a 75th birthday celebra-
    tion for Mrs. Marie Bricker who
    was feted by her daughter-;. Mrs.
    Reuben (Trixie) Levin and Mrs
    led (Selmai Kanov, on Monday
    in the pool patio area of Selma's
    North Miami Beach home .
    Living here since 1940. vivacious
    Marie, great-grandmother of
    three, has been a Pink Lady at
    Mt. Sinai Hospital for the past
    eight years, recently receiving
    the 5,000-hour pin. highest award
    a volunteer worker can earn ^
    Long-time friends among the 35
    guests enjoying the natal day
    festivities, Mrs. Lillian Oka. Mr-
    Sadie Kravetz. Mrs. Polly Meyers
    and Mrs. Rose Ahelman -
    From New York. Mrs Eva Lew-
    is. Mrs. Sadie Simon and Mis
    Minnie Levin, Ruby's mother .
    Highlight of the afternoon was
    entertainment offered by Hope
    Pomerance an i Miriam Welnkle,
    known as the "Red Head-
    s
    15
    REG. 29.95 to 39.95
    Our own eiegant costume collection j
    right out of our better stocks
    I
    drastically reduced to ono low price-$15!
    Be first for a selection of dozens of best-selling
    styles in current fashion.
    '
    Dresses of silk, carefree arnel tr acetate.
    linen and drip-dry blends with matching
    I
    jackets, sweaters or full-length coats
    some wilh laminated coats.
    Resort pastels and travel darks.
    Hurry, not all styles in all sizes
    but a great selection in
    misses' and junior's sizes.
    j| \s/ir..' FASHIONS MIAMI fTHIRD FLOORJ
    ALSO DADELAND MIAMI BEACH.
    165.-.' STREET SHOPPING CENTER.
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    Hear family, guests cheer for
    that real Italian flavor created by
    famed Chef Boy-ArDee. Te-:er
    Sttle macaroni pies...fplied with
    tongy Italian Cheese...simmered
    tith savory tomato sajce and
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    asier than the frozen kind So
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    vegetarian this way. In fact, the only mistake
    you can make is not having more Heinz
    Kosher Vegetarian Beans in the house when
    they start asking for seconds. Which they
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    Friday, April 19, 1963
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    Page 3-E
    School Inquiry \Kinneret Chapter Auction
    Committee Quiz
    The School Curriculum of the
    Newly-elected officers of the Miami YMHA Branch installed
    at a combined branch installation dinner Sunday night at
    Miami Springs Villas include (left to right) Maxwell Waas,
    vice president; Mrs. Nathan Cynamon. secretary; Herschel
    Rosenthal, president; and Stanley Spieler, honorary president.
    Not shown is Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, vice president.
    Bank Luncheon Set Tuesday
    ( hui'Life," will be the enhouse i.nd Mrs. Joseph Shapiro
    theme of the annual brick and president.
    binyan bank luncheon sponsored----------------------------------
    hv the Hebrew Academy Women
    Future" will be the topic at a PTA
    meeting of Nautilus Junior High
    on Tuesday evening. Members of
    the Citizens Committee on Quality
    Kducation will lorm the panel for
    discussion.
    i
    The group is also known as the
    Youngert Committee because Dr.
    Kugene Youngert, nationally-known
    school expert, has served as its
    consultant. Beach representatives
    arc Mrs. Jerome Benson and Mrs.
    John Owen, who will appear at
    Nautilus.
    Jerome Greene, parent represen-
    tative on the panel, will quiz the
    Beach Committee on language in-
    struction, guidance procedures,
    needs for textbooks and libraries,
    and related topics.
    Program will include a brief re-
    port by Mrs. Normn Harrow, study
    group chairman, summarizing re-
    I Kinneret Chapter of Mizraehi will
    j present its second annual auction
    !at the Minyonaires, 3737 Bird Rd..
    on Sunday eveniflgrApT. STTunds
    ! realized will go to Mizraehi pro-
    jects in Israel. Mrs. Mildred Zcl-
    kowitz is in charge of the evening.
    Temple Menorah Sisterhood
    Sisterhood of Temple Menorah
    will hold a general meeing in the
    social hall on Wednesday evening.
    Slate of officers for the coming
    year will be presented, and elec-
    tions will be held. Mrs Ray-
    Morse is Sisterhood president.
    Asthma Research
    Donor Dinner
    A donor dinner party will
    held by the Miami Beach Chaptt
    of Children's Asthma Research ]r
    >titute and Hospital of Den\r i
    the Americana Hotel on Sunday
    7:30 p.m. Mrs. Sidney Rittem;.
    is president, and Miss Ann Ch.
    is reservations chairman.
    Guests will see "ArtUtl
    Models on Ice" revue in tht.
    Masque Room.
    All proceeds will go to ait
    Tree treatment and research pr.
    grams of the Home. Corn
    nine children from the Dade
    ' ty area are patients at the Ho
    pital.
    I suits of the questionnaire and ggjj, | Sisterhood
    some of the conclusions formed at .
    the study group meetings. Sisterhod or Beth El will h>
    Mrs. Abe Rothenbcrg is PTA i monthly luncheon and card part;
    president, and Mrs. Maurice Ser- on Tuesday noon in the Dor
    otta is program chairman. i August Memorial Hall.
    on Wednesday noon at the Acad- j
    em>
    Lecturn and Brick for Life Book,
    donated by "Chai" contributors.
    will be dedicated during the al-
    ter noon. Names inscribed are
    M.- Vnne Berkowitz, Mrs. Sam-
    mi C hen, Mrs. Irving Firtel, Mrs.
    Hi nry C.ewitz, Mrs. Harry Genet,
    Mrs Maurice Goldberg. Mrs.
    Rachel Gropcn, Mrs. Alexander S.
    Gro->. Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg,
    Mr- Jacob D. Katz, Mrs Frieda
    Koch, Mrs. Abraham Mason, Mrs. I
    Louis Merwitzer, Mrs. Olga Putz, I
    Mr> Samuel Reinhard. Mrs. Leon-
    ard Rosen. Mrs. M. H. Rosenhousc
    and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
    Chairman of the day and of the
    brick project is Mrs. Leonard Ros-
    en. ,md Mrs. Julius Rosenstein is
    chairman of binyan banks. Sen1- j I
    ing cm the committee with them 11
    ar< Mrs. Zvi Berger, Mrs. Arthur 11
    A Bergman, Miss Sue Berkowitz, i |
    Mrs. Jack Buehsbaum. Mrs. Irv-
    ing Firtel, Mrs. Henry Gewitz.
    Mr Alexander S. Gross, Mrs. Sue
    Herman, Mrs. Harry Kaplan. Mrs. i
    Simi.-'l Reinhard. Mrs. M. H. Ros
    Joint Adult Discussion Group
    Joint adult discussion group will
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    ion on Thursday. Apr. 25, 9
    p in .it Dade Heights.


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    Friday. April 19.
    1963
    Bikur Cholim Will Install Officers
    P-esacents ot a::.:.: vro-e^ = ;ro=n.Kr_crj Cct^-I Bas Brlth Wester." M.-S. Phillip
    liar ~ riwiiiii l-WHrtlWl Ol "= G*ct=t ~r.-- cres.tJer.: 7e:-.r..tr. :.~e- s -.vision
    Vr_r b Feeiejota Ler .. .._.. --e Groom Mkrffai Mn Frd Hank. pideni
    Mr> Charles P Feinberg rice presided t: Temple fehudah Mobe_Siercod;
    r 5. Rosichan 'xetutive
    greater Miami Jewish
    :!1 conduct installa
    - lOf officer- of
    Comralescent Home
    .-.ccheon to be held W
    loon at the Bgieri H I
    1963-64 are Mrs
    Joseph B Keseer, presideiit; Mrs
    Mn George Bur-
    Nathan Roth. Mrs. Anna
    Max Rappaporr
    Lillian N>-
    l Mn Abe Singer.
    jeeretar; Adolph
    Leek-
    -.
    -. Mrs.
    Panisse Beta B ',:'- L
    - ~ p tnt-at-ams; and
    Hi | erl Kebfl
    lame*
    y~ r. Berold. E Kantor.
    . : K Tur-
    B. Ya-
    goda. C Ratr.rr M. Friedman G
    Yunken. D Halkin. H. t'pon, q I
    tin, f Sirot. E Fe
    Lee ffftger, I KMK Mvron'
    P. Rome.-. G. G<,1 EstelleJ
    F.-brr.an and Raj L tberman
    Trustee' are Mr- Edward E1.I
    Mr- Althea y. Nathan.
    Roth ar.d Edward F.
    TETLET TEA
    I. -
    Local Delegates Plan to Attend Technion Confab
    Si -
    -\ i be at-
    :roso the
    . *as an-
    Rvtv.etK
    Hotel win be representat
    a.; parts of the
    Miami bapler. is
    -< report
    --..-.r. fxo.p- .r.
    -
    Phihp F Tha en's Chapter
    prrsad -peak on the ex
    -job orf her chapter arid the
    . aii I :. i.
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    ton P. Feiirr.ir.
    Gen. Yaaeov Don. presK:
    the Yeefcaiea :'.'. '~'~'- '' ~
    Haifa to report
    ;r T Israel'! Amhat*
    : v.rar.i- Har-
    .Tar. mil speak or. the posiuon of
    is.-aei in the next decade.
    Donor Queen
    To be Crowned
    B'nth
    the
    Fl Lander-
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    coc
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    H th be
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    and wno
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    Mr- L ear's,
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    Friday. April 19, 1963
    TJenisMcrtdfor
    Page 5-B
    Beth C
    velts :
    Miam:
    Lewis
    presic.'
    Brothc-
    Boncs
    ner ch
    of the
    day e-
    ^vid leaders were among guests of the Elliott Roose-
    - a supper party in their home last week for Greater
    -ael Bonds. Left to right are Beth David president,
    Sternshein. and Mrs. Sternshein; Mrs. Louis' Seitlin,
    .. of the Sisterhood; and Louis Seitlin. president of the
    rhood. Plans for a Beth David dinner on behalf of Israel
    .veie announced by Sternshein, who will serve as din-
    a^man, and Mrs. Seitlin, who will serve as chairman
    ..ost committee. The dinner will take place on Satur-
    .-.-.g. May 18, in the synagogue's Spector Hall.
    JWV Auxiliary
    Donor Luncheon
    Murray Solomon Jewish War
    \e>*rn"< Auxiliary 243 will hold
    its annual donor luncheon on Sun-
    ;.t the Starlight Ro im of the
    e 11 rrace Hotel. Chair-
    n 'i, ;- Mrs. .'.. an Kaufman.
    "i Tuesday, tin organization
    v ill hear an address by Mis. Ed-.
    k: r i l.. \ ine, S ate D partment
    t, uring a meeting to be
    held at the Minyonaires, r.7:s7 Bird
    Rd.
    A > c ii join! b) 'i>
    ; the Murray Solo
    I' t 243 will hi' hold on Tues-
    day, Apr 30, at the Minyonaires.
    Rabbi Morton Malavsk;. ol the
    l-i,it'll'" ('inter, will give a brief
    address, and there will be a film
    on Israel, with commentary by an
    official of El Al Israel Airlines.
    Rabbi Stern on TV
    Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of Con-
    gregation Beth Jacob, will speak
    on "The Concept of Freedom"
    (iuringwthe Jewish WorUiip.jlour
    over Ch. 10 on Sunday at iu:30
    .:. Ill.
    Fianists Will Compete
    l'iano pupils studying with Rose
    M. Robin. 2250 SW 28th St.. wil
    participate in the national piano
    playing auditions, Southwest sec
    tion. sponsored by the National
    Guild of Piano Teachers. Eligiblt
    entrants will win pins and mem
    bership in a national fraternity.
    Hadcssa'i UnKs
    Flan Functions
    Final hook review of the Miami
    Bi ch Chapter ol Hadasah will
    ' e held on Mondaj. i 30 p.n at
    be Al|iers ''' I i >n< I:
    Children."' by Lena Kuchler S I
    berman, will be reviewed bj Mrs
    Henry I',. Wt.r.irk.
    Mrs. Jack Katsman is c tordina-
    tor for the series, All pr< ceeds i
    ;o vocational e. ucation in Israi I.
    Morton Towers Group ol Iladass-
    ah will hold an Oneg Shabbat on
    Saturday in the Recreation Hall of
    Morton Towers at 1 p.m.
    Bran.ieis Group of Hadassah will
    hold its installation of officers on
    Thursday noon. Apr. 25. at a lunch-
    eon in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    Mrs. Earl Coplan will become the
    next president. A musical pro
    gram will be presented.
    Councilman Will
    Address Youths
    North Miami B?ach Councilman
    Jay ITnaaim aril h* gupitawn
    rat the we and Tifilin
    Club ol Beth Tor ah Relic.
    School on Sunday. it> a m in the
    Joe al Hall.
    TNT im h'd s fifty 12 and
    13-year-old st< enl i i ;
    Itheir owt reli| I >us si t\ it i s.
    Sugorine
    Sternsheins Will
    Host Committee
    Mr and Mrs. Lewis Sternshein
    will bos reception at their
    home. .' ij*' So. Miami Ave., on
    Sunday er.ing, 8 p.m. Invited to
    the reception are members of the
    committee ol hosts tor Beth David
    Congri lion's dinner to celebrate
    brat anniversary on May-
    is.
    Sti president of Beth
    ill serve a~ chairman of
    the dm:,. Nice chairman will be
    Ma\ er, Chairman of the
    comnif.t of hosts will be Mrs.
    Low- Seitlin, Si-terhood presi-
    des
    i A -. ueption Sundays plans
    will b< ninpleted lor the dinner
    on beh; oi Slate of I>rael Bonds.
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    st erf Misaa. aal sal 1
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    mmiiho of wtae pou and til tre* par. baratiac im ex
    a pale aaa aaea aad ake tapert. to tie aanaaas
    : oxtd 111 1111t t i X^ce? Mrs. SoaaJd. Uaioa's aartB-
    i >: ake was taaaj efXiataUtec i* Vnoe aad ioaeao Laxor. 7W
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    . piaac for aaaert and >adV* mamigt a. Jar.- ere
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    Tbe Tharatoj Maajaa Gross care a aaaebeaa a honor of oae of
    ^Airic Berr^ar t m*mK to E AJet Becker
    tod ohce flower* aad a hat* ocoBaa. cake ottt a heaatr
    uroe the haKheoa a apetn] or* Aaosg ihe 2
    t.t Mr- A ; Harru. Mrs Art *r. Mr* G*ore*
    Mr- -1 !! Laaaa aad Mrs. Joseph Laptac. Mr* Hermar Jac
    Mr? Hatianr Wen Mr* AJhen Leva aad Mr* Sam Mafaam.
    pfclBp Lefkovtts aad Mr* Carl roniaJ took care of aB the de-
    *
    "M*EE IWVrTATIONS
    Tut fn havaaeaa was form*. M -as froas riiio Johc F.
    The tM! aaa forataU mk>: i was froai Xdata Dauaa-her
    Castro. The thaw was re*; far owl asd tats one was the
    -scat one IT was from Joaa aad DaaahJ Lereaswa aad Pat aad Bah
    iaie far a aosare dance a: L'ndaed HaH a \ortt Muau The hal
    *sd up to look lake a ajht caa>. with pactarcs of the faar hosts
    a* oeeorauons Match packeti were a ahaadance The eoaar
    aad. "There is ao aatch far the Gales aad li nawii '" laade. do
    --acches. Aaaac paau adraew to eaae a Oofpf clothes sre Eream
    Ed Al Bodlow. M aroe and Shehtoa Bunk. In* aad Jack Paraaa. Boz
    nd Irwa Schwartz. Lorraae aac Sc&aefler. Korma aad Xtoa
    rr*: aad Sts Periaux. Baoche and Arm* Gcrtaar. Eaaae
    ad Bernie Kwarhe-1. Jaoce and Stet* Gale, tz>: Sac aad Edahe Guth-
    aaaE. The fried ehwhea tasted aaod after aB that aaacaa; Gssna
    aal Baatoe PaBot. Heiea aad In Acher. aad Joaa aal AJ aasfct aaaa
    hare aa
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    aaael a? Brassets ace and ertead-
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    Live in Gotham
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    cracnate 'A Mua. Bead
    aad attended the I of
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    Bick aad the taaaarai
    Sc-hasl of Basoest aaaaaBBEferanaa.
    A veil kaaaa athlete
    i.s coach a: P<.io Park ior the
    M^bi: Beach Been.
    Departaeat. aad CootasissMoer of
    the Little Learae Team saoesored
    by the Optiatist Cash
    r a auMjaooa X.i~.
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    . Apnl 19. 1963
    * U h i[*;/ fkrirfM&r
    Page 7-B
    L' It urn* w /y
    yours,
    h
    UMWER is just around the
    and main of you are
    r your vacation. To
    n who is largely re<
    for the shopping and
    involves careful
    lannicg. Where you
    the clunatc. and how
    raveling will be the
    ant considerations in
    our wardrobe.
    S
    the '
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    am
    1 bouffant skirts
    Mirows Reveal
    Myra's Betrothal
    Dr and Mrs. r. Mlrow, 13195
    Nil Biscaj ne Baj Dr Keys
    Pt., announce the engagement of
    their daughter, Myrna, to Mark
    s Linksman, son of Mr and Mrs
    Charles Linksman, of the Crystal
    House
    Now an art major at the Uni-
    versity of Miami, the bride-elecl
    i- a graduate ol Miami Beach Sen-
    i i High.
    Her fiance is also a student at
    the University of Miami and a
    luate ot Whitefield Private
    School.
    No dale has been set for the
    wedding
    ... who live here like
    occasional summer
    I we are tourists. The
    bergs are doing just
    summer. They win
    , ral days at a time at
    lotels during the vaca-
    This type of vaca-
    .j on the wardrobe. A
    suit wardrobe is sug-
    Mrrs. Nernberg has
    point to look for at
    suit with a low back
    r tan will not end be
    ine of her dress
    .olletage is important
    collections, and must
    idered while tanning.
    cotton that may be
    unbelted are Mrs.
    Nernbt rg s choice for breakfast
    . on a I shopping. Two or
    three i icktail dresses will round
    out !) summer wardrobe.
    Israel is on a soon-planned
    agenda for Mr. and Mrs Jack
    Emmer. From there. Zurich,
    Switzerland, will occupy their
    time. For the desert area of the
    Negev, Mrs Emmer is taking
    cool, casual cottons. In Haila.
    where they will be staying at the
    Dan Carmel Hotel, they are
    looking forward to the promised
    breathtaking view. For evenings Mu" A Shaw, Sisterhood pres-
    et the hotel, a leopard jacket j(k>nJ
    will top her basic blacks. No
    Ner Tamid
    Sisterhood Donor
    Ner Tanvd Sisterhood.- sixth an-
    nual doror luncheon will be held
    on Wednesday noon in the Algiers
    Hotel
    Highlight of the afternoon will
    I c presentation of awards by Mrs.

    MISS MYRNA MWOW
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    MISS SAUDI M0MKK
    Mudriek, Swickle Are Betrothed
    long formals are being packed.
    Her acce-sory problem is being
    solved with black and brown co-
    ordinated throughout.

    ONE dress that all these worn
    en will definitely have in
    their wardrobe is a version of
    the dacron cotton shirtwaist
    This style is appropriate for al-
    most any occasion from sun up
    to -unset. The designers of the
    continent are now showing this
    style in the most elegant of fab-
    rics Even here in the United
    States, our shirtwaist is showing
    up in fabrics such as silk organza
    for evening.
    ident.
    In charge of entertainment is
    Ed Bernard, who will present
    Sascha Lenoff and Patti Lynn.
    In the absence of Mrs Eugene
    Schwarz, vice president in charge
    of donor. Mrs. Louis Cohen will be
    chairman of the day.
    Money raised will go to support
    the Religious School.
    Sandy Adele Mudriek and Har-
    vey Stuart Swickle. who both grad
    uated from Miami Beach Senior
    High School and attended Miami
    Dade Junior College, arc betroth-
    ed.
    Parents of the future bride. Mr
    and Mr- Morn- Mudriek. 4321
    Post Ave.. announced the engage-
    ment this week.
    The prosoective bridegroom U
    the son of Mr. and Mr- B. Swickle.
    1024 Venetian Way. He will con-
    tinue his education at the Univer-
    sity of Miami.
    No date has been set for the
    wedding.
    Temple lion Sisterhood
    POR '.in Ben Essens. who are
    ' planning a three month
    trip around the world, the ward
    1&>
    AJCong. Women's
    Donor Dinner
    Florida Women's Division of the
    American Jewish Congress will
    hold its annual donor dinner in
    the Casanova Room of the Deau
    ville Hotel on Sunday.
    Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. chair-
    man of the committee, described
    the annual affair "as a reward to
    Temple Zion Sisterhood will have those women who have Performed
    ,nP=,r^d the world, the ward- ^^WW ^^'S 33
    about mi.idle of June and re- Fcldman. Congress.^_______
    turn o: Sept. 15, they view their-----------------
    probltr as primarily one of
    weight Mrs. Essen has decid-
    ed oi the color combination of
    black and white, since this will
    minimal :he problem of access-
    one- A tew bright scarves and
    colorfi. costume jewelry will
    work rulers with this basic
    wardrobe. Suits are her choice
    lor tr; el, With a t*w dacrons.
    jersey* rid arncl- lor wear while
    ...
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    Friday. April 19, 19G3
    Banking Institute
    Honors Dunlap
    Over 350 bankers of the Miami
    rea joined i" a testimonial ban
    uei in honor of fully F. Dunlap.
    resident oi Riverside Bank, at
    .0 Deauville Hotel last Wednes
    ay evening Dunlap is the re-
    rently-eiected president of the
    ; lorida Bankers Association.
    The occasion witnessed the larg-
    BSsembly of senior bank of-
    eers to attend a meeting of the
    liami Chapter, American institute
    I Banking. Dunlap is the sec
    nd Miami banker ever elected
    resident oi the state assocaition.
    The first was Comer J. Kimball,
    lard chairman of First National
    ank ol Miami, in 1954. Kimball.
    jeonard A. I sina, and Michael J.
    : ranco were on the program to
    Ive their personal tribute to
    3 unlap.
    Fred 0. Dickinson came from
    est Palm Beach to be the main
    .speaker of the evening, and de-
    vered an address on "The Fu-
    ire of Florida."
    Dunlap was presented with a
    iaque "in token of his cooperation
    nd leadership in the work of the
    imerican Institute of Banking."
    Michael M. Isenberg. vice presi-
    dent and Trust Officer of Central
    Dank and Trust Company, is chair-
    man of the Forum and Seminar
    Committee and was toastmaster of
    6 executive banking dinner.
    Beth Am Meeting
    Dental Auxiliary
    Slates Luncheon
    Alpha Omega Women's Auxiliary
    the Alpha Omega Dental Frat-
    rnity, which participates in the
    .rowth and development of the
    sraeli Dental School at Hebrew
    Diversity, will have a luncheon
    Meeting at the Seville Hotel on
    Tuesday noon.
    Jay Jensen, director of drama
    .r Miami Beach Senior High, and
    l the Academy of Drama and!
    iodelin". will present a series of
    ramatic scenes with four Beach
    High student.-. Participating stu-i
    ents are Gail Gour. Carole Levy,1
    Trudy Gertkrand Doreen Sak'-i
    i is
    Program chairman of the Auxil-
    ary is Mrs. Jack Mishkin. Pres-
    !ent is Mrs Edwin Birns.
    Election of new officers and
    board members will be the main
    order of business at the Temple
    Beth Am congregation meeting
    conducted by Joseph Altchuller,
    president, on Monday evening in
    the auditorium.
    Tlaidlond1Center
    Offers Variety
    An interesting place to observe
    shopping habits i* a typical
    "Plaidland" redemption center for
    plaid stamps.
    In an hour, merchandise re-
    deemed maj range from a baby
    - ifety gate to a bird cage stand.
    The manager Of one Plaidland
    Bays, "Most people have studied
    the plai.1 stamp catalog and know I
    what they want. But they cant
    resist 'shopping'."
    Frequently a man or woman
    who has saved several books of
    plaid stamps isn't quite sure what
    to redeem tnein for. but quickly
    | responds to any help offered. This
    person likes to see items avail-
    able before deciding whether to
    take one, two or possibly three.
    Plaidlands invite browsing, with
    a large variety of top-quality mer-
    chandise displayed on "island"
    counters, and wide aisles between.
    Signs posted high on the walls in-
    dicate where some of the most
    popular categories are. and they
    I include sports, garden, toys, glass-
    ! ware, silver, household, bedding
    | and linens.
    The 16 most popular items in
    Plaidlands across the country are:
    1 sheet, 4 pillow cases, a toy pick-
    up truck with a boat and trailer,
    alarm clock, inflatable clown, all
    available for 1 book; ironing cad-
    1 dy, baby seat, alarm clock, bath-
    room scale, child's watch, up to 2
    books and a little over; folding
    chair, 9-eup percolator, bathroom
    scale, step stool, 3 books and over;
    and portable mixer, 4 books.S.T.
    No. Miami Beach Streams to Polls
    A total of 6.138 persons went to
    the polls Tuesday in the North
    Miami Beach election.
    * -Tn the race for* mayor. Arthur
    l Snyder received 2,807 Others
    were Dr. William s. Currie. 1.888;
    William Kohicr. 973; and A. J.
    Kaplan. 544.
    In three races for seats on the
    Pit) council, results wen as fol-
    low s
    Group ThreeWilliam M Mc-
    Donald, 1,942; John Estes. 1,602;
    Marvin Shachat. 1.333; and Salva-
    tore Battaglia, 682.
    Group FiveAlfred Herdegen,
    1.862; Jack Germain. 1.369; Jeronu
    Linet. 1.225; and Lowell Patrick.
    1,115.
    Group Sevenl.eroy Levy. 2.181;
    Newton Greene, 2,015; an I Maur-
    ice Weeks, 1.375.
    Top two candidates in each
    group will be featured In a run
    off In the mayor's r hen
    will also i e a run oil bel
    Snyder ard Currie.
    Joseph M. Lipton will ha in-
    stalled to another term as
    president of Temnle Emanu-
    El at Friday evening services
    of the Temple this weekend.
    Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
    ual leader, will officiate and
    preside at the installation.
    Samuel N. Friedland will
    again be chairman of the
    board of trustees.
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    Health Talk For
    Sunshine Chapter
    Regular meeting and a health
    talk are slated for Sunshine Chap-1
    ter. B'nai B'rith Women, on Tues-
    dav. 1 p.m., at the Congress Bowl.
    Mrs. Sylvia M. Bowles, program;
    director of the Greater Miami
    Heart Assn.. will introduce Dr.|
    Joseph Glassberg in a talk on
    "High Blood Pressure" A ques-
    tion and answer period will fol
    low the talk.
    Chairing the afternoon will be
    Mrs. Jacob Wolosin.
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    Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel
    and the Senior High study group.
    Surfside Concert
    Slated Saturday
    Surfside Music Society will pre-
    Murian Spear, lyric soprano.
    nd Victor Marchaesi, tenor, in a
    rogram of popular songs and op-
    ratic aria- Saturdhy, 8:30 p.m..
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    Community Center at 93rd St.
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    ill be Sally Glass,
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    Page 9-E
    Wellisch Named State Champion
    Fred A. Wellisch. a sophomore
    al Coral Gables Senior High, was
    awarded first prize in the Latin
    Senior Orations for his original
    "CatO on Carthage."
    Now state champion in orations,
    (he XV Latin Forum, against
    senior high schools partieipati -
    in the event.
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt \V<
    isch, Fred and his family a
    members of Beth David Cong
    he competed in Orlando. Fla., inigation.
    Mor
    rfj Fishman Btian Wisser
    Joel Richelson
    -Vtifchcf/ Cordon
    Marlene Krovetz
    tj^ar denl at Nautilui
    won honorable
    Science Fair.
    She will lie honored
    lion aboard the M.
    Junior High,
    mention in
    and
    the
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    v.
    a recep
    Martha
    Morris Fishman
    [!..r Mitzvah of Morris Steinberg
    Fishman will take place at Beth
    David Svnagogue on Saturday
    Homing. Apr. 20. with Rabbi Nor-
    ir.an N Shapiro officiating.
    Morns is the son of Mr. and
    jlr- Mas Fishman. of Miami.
    A unique event will celebrate the
    Bar Mitzvah on Saturday night at.
    the Kountamebleau Hotel. The
    ,vcnt uill take the form of a joint
    edding-Bar Mitzvah reception in
    honor ol Morris, as well as of his
    .;.i, Susan Rita Fishman.
    In -he aflcrnoon of the same
    lay, Miss Fishman will exchange
    Ufa Martin Saul Plotkin. son
    ol Mr and Mrs Bernard Plotkin.
    ol Miami.
    Joel Richelson
    Dr. Irving Lehrman will offic-
    the Bar Mitzvah of Joel,
    on of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rich
    elson, during services Saturday
    morning, Apr. 20, at Temple
    Emanu F.I.
    Joel is in the advanced mathe-
    class in the seventh grade
    al Ida M. Fisher Junior High,]
    vh.ro he plays trumpet in the
    and is on the honor roll in
    I and in Hebrew School.
    Winner of the Optimist trophy in
    tennis, other activities of the cele-
    brant are horse-back riding and
    sw imming.
    A reception en Sunday after-
    roon at the Algiers Hotel in hon-
    or of the Bar Mitzvah. as well as
    the ceremony, will be attended by
    his trrandmother. Mrs. Reuben
    Richelson, i t New York.
    Brian Wisser
    Saturday morning services. Apr
    20. at Temple N'er Tamid, conduct-
    ed by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. will
    include the Bar Milzvah of Brian
    Wisser.
    Mr and Mrs. Arnold Wisser. 966
    W 64th St Hialeah. will honor
    their son at the Kiddish following
    the ceremony.
    *
    Marlene Krovetz
    Marlene Krovetz will become
    Baa Mitzvah Saturday morning,
    Apr. 20. at Temple Fmanu-El. Dr.
    Irving Lehrman will officiate.
    The celebrant is the daughter
    of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Krovetz.
    and granddaughter of Mrs. A.
    Glazer, who will arrive from
    Rochester. NY., for the occasion.
    Interested in art and journalism.
    Marlene is a seventh grade stu-
    Washington on Saturday evening.
    Mitchell Gordon
    Rabbi Leon Kronish will offic-
    iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mitch-
    ell Gordon during services at Tem-
    ple Beth Sholom on Saturday
    morning. Apr. 20.
    Son of Dr. and Mis. Charles
    Gordon, 8812 Froude Ave.. the
    celebrant is a stu.ient in the Tern
    pie's Confirmation Class 5724.
    Warsaw Ghetto
    To be Topic
    Next regular meeting of Far-
    band, Ben-Gurion Branch 304. will
    be Thursday evening. Apr. 25. at
    the Farband Cultural Center. 842
    Washington Ave. Max Astor.
    president, will conduct the busi-
    ness portion of the meeting.
    Bernard Furman, cultural chair-
    man, will introduce the guest
    speaker. Louis Lasavin, principal
    ol the local Farband Pinski Folk
    School. His topic will be "Hero-
    ism and Martyrdom." in commem-
    oration of the 20th anniversary of
    the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
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    donor luncheon to be held by the
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    Gables on Tuesday noon at the Al-
    giers Hotel.
    Entertainment will feature Can
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    Tdcv. AP^ 19. 1963 *JEnrlft ftnrirUnm Page 9-E Wellisch Named State Champion Fred A. Wellisch. a sophomore al Coral Gables Senior High, was awarded first prize in the Latin Senior Orations for his original "CatO on Carthage." Now state champion in orations, (he XV Latin Forum, against senior high schools partieipati in the event. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt \V< isch, Fred and his family a members of Beth David Cong he competed in Orlando. Fla., inigation. Mor rfj Fishman Btian Wisser Joel Richelson -Vtifchcf/ Cordon Marlene Krovetz tj^ar • %  •;...! A /-'V RtbERvAiioN.v htrvNI IK JJ %SAt-T • % %  THI CHAMPIONS KB5 ONLY 5 DAYS LEFT 'BUTFSTREAM MOMS O*" THI PLOW DA DIPIBV %  U*VM%M M 1st RACE 1:30 Reservations* Miml 945-4251 Hollywood & Ft. Laud. 927-1711 Gen. Adm. $2 — Clubhouse $4 T* CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT $495 Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. Half Bushel MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILIED BONDED-INSUREO-GUARANTEED • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 -FR 4-73 FREE ORANGE JUICE WE f\Cf EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY CINEMA Washington Ave. at 13th St., M.B. ON STAGE COMEDIAN DANNI LEEDS BARRY FRANK SINGER & ENTERTAINER ALSO SCHACHTEff S STEIN And Many Others OM SCREEN Yiddish-American Musical "Let's Be Happy" It's the Best Show Volue in Town Matinee SSc Evenings $1.05 THE PRICE IS RIGHT Maiffrtvi S<***>*£ narmandie parkway *t* TKiATBi: I APT TH*AfO(" I 'TTMtAIf I wi Tt* '-i AMI-US •' II UK^! DIIVI tnl:45 | CtALINS Avt. M li MIAMI BiACH Open I 45 1 CO*Al WAT al M Open 6i45 TUeMTamilL TLM^P RIDE THE HIGH TIDE OF ADVENiURt WITH THE MASTER T|LLERtjJ=TALES OF THE SEA! 1 \ (/ie rframaf/c escitenmt of b& l x obt Blck!' ROBERT RYAN f PETER USTINOV [ MELVMDOUGIAS \ lEHEKCE STAMP OPENS TUES. EVE., APRIL 23 for 12 DAYS ONLY THE BIGGEST SMASH COMEDY HIT ON BROADWAY FRED CLARK JOAN BENNETT Never Too Late! Directed by GEORGE ABBOTT COCONUT 6R0YE PLAYHOUSE 1 RESTAURANT 3400 Main Hwoy • Miami • HI 5-lS> 2 SHOWS SATURDAY—B A 10:30 MARY. MARY UNIVERSITY Of MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEVITZKY, CONDUCTOR SUN. & MON., APR. 21 APR. 22, M.B. AUD. & DADE AUD 8:30 P.M. BEETHOVEN'S SYMPHONY No. 9 DOROTHY COULTER, Soprono DAVID LLOYD, Terlor 3EVERLY WOLFF, MHI0 Jopfai ,o KENNETH SNITH, BoM AND UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CHORUS OF 100 TICKETS $1.75 to $4.50 UM Svm Off.. MO 1-4960; MB. And JE 1-04" 7 ; D.ide County And.. HI 6-9230: Cordelia's. FR 3-5123: A .eqro Mus c House. HI 4-8181: J"ferson Super Store. No Miami Bch Wl 5-5211. THE OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI present; FIVE NEW YORK CITY CENTER SINGING STARS IN THE OPERA BARBER OF SEVILLE (In English.) Sunday Matinee MAY 5th from 3 to 5 DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM Price $2.00 Orch. ONir 300 SEATS REMAINING Call the A'.diiorium HI 6-9230 or the Opera Cud Office FR 1-5153 FR 3-5967 C0PA CITY IN THE MAIN ROOM • THE CHECKMATES • THE ADJENDAS • GEORGE MARTELL • POOD AND BEVERAGES ALTON ROAD DADE BLVD. PRESENTS IN THE LOUNGE • THOSE FOUR • ARI DANE • THE MODERN JAZZ TRIO PLUS ONE OPEN 7 NIGHTS A WEEK NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FOR INFORMATION CALL: JE 2-1221



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    rndmr, April 19. 1963 +Jewish ncridlian Page ll'-B Judge Snyfler leading Field juilS 1 Arthur I. Snyder on Tucsj,y rl!'il ll": highest number of !L ever recorded in a North Hiami Beach election. Judge Snyder is srcking election B fye office of mayor. He garvotea to lead a field tf four can idates. 5 i, i has been a municipal judge of No. -Miami Beach en years, ard a senior judge %  ,, yi ars. ii' was recently president of the Florida State Municipal Judges Assn. Jurist' Snyder is a senior partIP in the law firm of Snyder. Young & Stern. He was appointed special assistant attorney general for the State of Florida, and admitted to practice before the rs. Supreme Court. He has lived in No. Miami Beach for M years, and is a past presilent of Beth Torah Congregation. Schiff to Chair Nominating Unit Lewis Sternshein, president of Eeth David Congregation, has announced the appointment of Philip Schiff, immediate past president. .. chairman of the Nominating ittee lor 19t>3-1964. Currentlj sen ing as vice president, Schiff is an attorney asso%  a.'i Judge Albert Dubbin and Murray Dubbin, newly-elected ntativc to the State Lcgis %  \nmovitz. Harry Marko'., Stanley C. Myers and Harry .ill former presidents of i ;ation, Abraham Kasow, se, Louis Seitlin. Jacob Sher uel Spector and Charles rn have been appointed to ser i >chiff. % %  ', %  %  iii'wn .iii-i nj Mm i anil lldren. I II %  lInl ..-. \. i. Kar .-• i i. • %  u vin H \. -i\\ ."ill Ti i died Apr. 7. • ;• rdon. KIRSCH. Saiiiu.l. of 14 Si CollilM Ave.. died Apr •;. Blank. SHER. Itnbert s. IS, | JgJO s\v L'Tth Ti died v pi 8 I lordon. SCHWAB:, Luclwlg U ,.f |H EclUlui Aw., died Apr. V Blank. BERC. Kb iilnm, • of 510 NW l"Mli T. i died A i r j Beyer SCHULKIND. MiBessie, f£, at 9812 Collins Ave., di.U Apr. RiverI SiEGALL. Bernard, S7, 20 s\V 95th ct .it. il Apr i ItlvernMe. FARBSTEIN. Rela i-a, 64, Of B3S i.. \ \ve., died Apr, I. Blaaberg %  Newman. LIPOWITZ, Mm. Minnie, •'.:. -r s:tir. r. n \\. died Apr. l. Rlveraldi DRESSNER. Max, 72, of ISIS 8W ll si ill. .1 Apr. S. Gordon. RE.DER. Mm Fl nee, >7, of S4SS SW -'"Hi SI died Apr. 1. (lordon WEISBARD. IrxlltK, % %  "•. of -'I XE iHHk T "" '''•' l M". i. HIM i HTJCH. Morrla. 72, of :.:.'. rMlinAve., died Mar. :i. tUveraMe. LEVINE. Si. j Phillip, •.:. of :: Island Avi died Mar. II. Rlvemlde PEISER. Mrs, Rosa, 91, ,.r ;.JM K Hai Haiour D., died Apr, I. Rl> i ROSS. Mm Ethel, TIN. of 1640 BW St.. .I,. %  Apr. I. Rlversldi WEISS. Harry, 66. of I Inland Ave.. <1 %  • %  > M i SI. Rlanb. iR-Newman WYNN. Mli hael M Id ol —I Pine I dl< d Mar. 28. IUVI i BALIN. Phil p, 63, of 2S13 SW l"th si., died A pi -'. Iliv. %  -i • SOLOMON. Mr.Faye, ..f "!•" K Bai H rU.r i >i ilk .1 ,\i i Itiver%  ld< EVANS. Ilobi i}: irrj 1611 S\V 1 lih St.. ill. ,| M.ir. PI, i; n ii,.ii. KA L, II.". 1.a %  oi' • I 'i died MM IS \. uin.iii SEAMAN. II. IIK i. -.| SW 11th Si died Mar. ;".'. i lordon. FINESTONE. Harry, 90, of tit W tli St died Mar. :'T Rlvendde. LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUhVKtt. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 646 RFX1INA WILKINSON, i'lalntlii. LEGAL NOTICE Il IHN DONALD WILKINSON, I'I f. ml.nit SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN DONALD WILKINSON ;isl So. Hoo> ur St reel I.,.Angi I. S, i 'aUfornla Vou. JOHN DONALD WILKINSON, are h-nliv notified that a Bill ..f ComIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'F' IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59244C IN Ki:: t:-! He .>f MAE UAKNA ^RMJTICE ro c fcpjT ORS o? All rre*t'.r. and .tTTT^i%  1ft Ha Demanda Against ft T.. Ins Claims %  v.. i are h< reby notified and rquired i" preaent an) elalmi and d mandu uhleh vou niny have uualn the eatate of M IE DANNA decea* late of l'i|. County, Kkulda. to ti Count) JudKea of D County, at serve n cop) of your Anawer oi Pleadlnn t" the Bill of Complain! on the Plaintiff i attorney, SAMl'EL ILETCHER. I60-5th Street, Miami Bench 51, Florida and file tli. ..riaBROMBERG. Meyer 7i ::',"1 Col'"''' • Vn,w *' 1 r Reading In the office Hi'Avi died Mar. 27 Kiveralde f ""-' '" '' 1 '"' 'hi I'lrcult Court n GOODMAN. Merer I • %  ( 30S4 SW 4th"" Wtll day >•! -May. 1!"'.:1 Si ill ,| Mar, :'; Rivem l< >"'' '•' *>• %  o, jiiagmeni ,•> ... ROBBiNS. M&rouii, B2, % %  { .".L'I llili < %  '•' Hl '•• taken agalnat you fur the relief demanded in the Bill of plaint for Divorce ha been filed file the same in duplicate and .. IMS. St.. dli i Mar It R \. WEINER. Mr* Mollle, 74. ..f I'ennH) h :.i Avi. dli d Mai 27. • mlile DATZ. Mrs. Oertrnde, 67, ..( I6O0 RlvI5S6 Mar 25. Riverdied Mar. :'•;. M< ri li.in Avi Hide LFVY will am, Gordon. SAUL. Mrs. Carolyn It. 7:!. of :.nj 12th SI .1 .1 M .: 13. Ki\ • i -id.-. BORNSTEIN. Ix-on. 72, of :•_'.,.' Bay Harbor Ter dl< .1 Mar. l".. River%  Idi ElMAN. ^llBessie, 81, of M" BWI 26th St., died Mar ;".. Riverside. BIRARD, Edward, 7. ..f 909 i'.'liin Ave.. died M.ir. Jl Rlvi rslde, SPERBER. MiSarah. SO, of 11"" Collins Ai, dli il Mai 25. Gordon. Complaint. This notici shall be published once • :t< !> week for four consecutive weeki in THE JEWISH PLOUIDIAN, DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. I lorida, this 12th daj of April. A.D. I96S. i: it. i.KATiiKitM.w, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, liipu'% Clerk > WIIKI. FLETCHER :'•'..• 95th Sir. | Miami Beach %  !. Florida Attorne) foi Plaintiff I 19-26, ". t-li LEGAL NOTICE Building Program In Final Phase N • k.-t lap of Its $90,000 program campaign, con-1 ii the new En ate: V.. i are hen hj n %  fli I and MARIE DANNA \Exi • • \ ] % %  .: -i |iub Ii Btlon "i this nol • • %  tilth n.i'. of April. 1 il KCRT w I'.l.l.isi'll Attorney for Estate "f Mae Danna, 11, i ,.i-iii • tiv Ciiiign -llldg Miami, Fla, i 19-2*. : %  :iNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN th the undersigned deslrina to engage m -under tinfictitious name i MtlTEL I'l.NSl'l TAN'T ASSIH'IATI II %  !.• N.W. .'..'.th S:.. Miami, Fli inti mis to register i ne t Ith tl Clerk of ti,. Chi •' %  '•' I %  County, K;. .rid.i. ..I l,l' AMERICAN LAND CORP. i wm r %  -: % %  5 :lFREE WK MOVE MOIVEY Vany folks ask us when thry open their WASHINGTON FEDERAL account if -i's any charge for ring their i. %  i r, of cci'rv is NO. -HINGTON FEDERAL will transfer r savings from any parl of the U.S. • ro you. THIS free transfer of Is is just one of the many trie gs about WASHINGTON FEDERAL'S wonderful world of service. And, of -curse, your savings at WASHINGTON FEDERAL earn generous dividends paid compounded quarterly. Accounts are insured up to 510,000 by a permanent agency of the U.S. Government Why not open your WASHINGTON FEDERAL account today and enjoy all of this wonderful world of service? Save at any of our 4 convenient offices, or by mail. WASHINGTON df) FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI IEACH 1701 Meridian Ave.1234 Washington Ave.l 133 Normandy Dr. JE 8-8452 699 N E. 167th St. • 945-7675 JACK 0. GOUDQN ARTHUR H COURSHON SjaaaMl Omkmm (a ••- NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEHEIIY H1VEN thai '-i-nid. 1 W IS Si ii Kin la Intend to n KiMtri ; name iili tli. 'i. rh ..i the '' i ..i.|. Florida ELY ZWIRN EVELYN PHILLIPS S %  i >\\ ii. rn'lll l: IK iBBINS %  for Vpidli-anta Mil \v %  • .-• Hi ill ih, Fla !>, i ".-I:'-13 iiulred to iiresenl anj rln Itnn and de mands which \".-n may havi anali I tli.. -t.ii. %  i. m |ih \ l >a\ i IK .ii deei .i--.I late %  i de i V untj. Florida, thi County Judites <.t" I'ad.County, .in I fib • li. same 111 duplliuite and as provided in Seellon %  '• %  %  I •. Florida Si.uui, -. in tin • in the i'..uiii< Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, ivlthln -;\ calendar monthfi from the i i f the i ii -i publii HI Ion hereof, ..itli. same "ill be bai %  Dated .it Miami, Florida, th .I..* of March. A.P. 1963. CORNEIL VAKNER DAVIDS! 'N AExi. :llli\ III IBBRT Si'. ITT K UI'M.W" Attorne; for Executrix 1 1 is Ain>l.-\ lluilding Ml mi 32. Florid i %  : J:v i -.-u-::i N THC r.iRCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERV. No. 63C 4029 VNTHONY S 1" i.V \ \ s. UNA I" INATO, 1 ii fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl %  LINA P< 'N ATi' r.2-1 Wink',. A., n .Jem I'lty, N.J. You are hi rel>> notified thai a J' Pompli for l Hvorci hat '• %  •• • %  ., you, and you ar< r. %  ;,. -, \ .i COP.V Ol v..,.:Al ..w i ur Pli .Himi" Ihe Uill of ""o" • : lalntlff %  Attornej I iM \N & I' 1 ILTZMAJ %  ,\ ALVIN 1HK1HMAN, ; i'"' Seybolng, Mil 32. n| the original Answei or Pleading i erk of the i ircu ,.,; oi befoti the :"ili day • \i ,. I, II you f.iil I do in. iii by default will be taken again* for th, rellel di mandi d In tl Hill of Complaint Th < notici shall be published n eai li week for %  iur consi i itlve vv< el ... THE JEWIHH PLORIDIAN. I Mine and i mli i il at Miami, I %  this 1 h lay ol April, I M E. B. LF:A rHKRMAN, Clerk. I'ii.uli Court, Hade County, Florida By: K. M LYMAN, 'Ii rk SHKVIN, tloOPMAN .v HOLTZMAN :;.. s. j bold Bu li Miami : i: Alvln (ioodman ...'.;. ". ILOWELL G. "PAT' PATRICK and JERRY LINET cf'-nd Ihtlt heartfelt thanks to their wonderful friends tor the vote they received last Tuesuay. We feel that Jack GERMAIN can best fulfill the hopes and desires that we both want for North Miami Beach. WE URGE ALL OUR FRIENDS TO SUPPORT JACK ON APRIL 23rd. Pull Lever 7-A fOR Jack GERMAIN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59005-A IN RE: Estat. '.f LILLIAN KI'.Al'SS. I i. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i 'redltoi .iii.l All Pi rson> 11 i i L Claims or Demands Against Said mviNtl l ERNFZR K.-l.i'. You are hi reby notified and io. .i.in.ind mands hich havi aaal the • state of LILLIAN K HAI -...,-, i nti D idi %  I Ida, the C Hint} i ulgi of de i "ounIN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ITAND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 29S3 IP \ LERNER, Plaintiff, i f.ildrili: NOTICE TO DfcFEND Tl IRVINti LEUNEH rt'ellli mi 8 Mil VRE HEREBY M'Tlt II mi ly, and i luplicnte a and you s ml I l.lll l.ri.i Idi d III Stctl i S'.iI*.it s. in lIn Ir offlci ly Court! Fli i Ida, within 1 %  ilU-al if, or thi -.rn. i' Match, \ 1 1 MARK KAl'l. W \!:-.. Vroi fr S Vti rm ntor i Miani Fli Ida in • thi i RAYMONP WOLE '41 s. v i'.'lii liuldl -. Ml • :l %  ain TE %  i; H EATHERMAN. i ^Nl>, 1 OTgnTfled, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones ars • source of very real comfort to all* MIAMI S fxcmsivi IEW.SH cr-uuft J! dm/ o/m A-.O COMMUNITY MA M0 1-7693 NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT If. AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4028 M \\ LEW IS. • BELLE LEWIS, '. .. II.I.int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl BELLE IJCV Is li1 Pal • n A\enue i. •• %  i ir inch, N%  '• \ ... .: •., [| thai a D ,,f Coinplalnl ir I Hvorce ha* be ou, ..i d > "'i are r : to servi n cop} you Ai %  ..M.. HI I., ail IIi" tne Bill plaint on the PI \ I.V IN i ;. •• H'.VI AN. 'I''. S. vh.il Huildiii.-. Mil • i U, Florida and fli ihi oriitlnal Vnswer oi Pleadine: i ft i 'lerh of the • %  •. .ni-i mi %  :• ihe -"tli day i Ma} l '•• %  '• If vou fall i" do I id| %  merit It) di f lull a ill I" ilni tl • Thli '• om %  MI: JKWISH FLI >RIIH VN [MINE \ \ i 'i:l II:I:I:I %  al Mian \ A I K II LEATHF:RMAN, Clerk, Com I \ \M'!:K. \ %  \ \ • ; %  %  %  \! \.\ Attorney I llff % 



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    L.. Page 10-A 9-Jmitt nrrktian Friday. April 13. 1%-x Israelite Center Slates Annual Dinner Sunday Planning the Israelite Center's 11th annual dinner dance Sunday evening are (left to right) Jacob Schiit financial secretary; Chester Leiter. co-chairman of the journal and dance; Morris Aron. dinner chairman: and Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of the Center. ^__^_ Love for Israel Via JNF Boxes A re Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leaver of Temple Sinai, of Holly wood, and president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Mi ami. Dinner chairman is Morris Aron. cne of the original members of the Israelite Center, who also headed the Board of Education as chairman for many years. Presi dent of the Israelite Center is Lewis Pomerantt. Co-chairmen of the journal are Chester Leiter and Hyman Reiter. Presently Students Will Take Leading Role Students of Temple Zaroora Religious School will conduct the entire service on Saturday morning, and Rabbi Hershel Brooks will present a golden plaque to Lester Shapiro on behalf of the student body for bis help in the Junior Congregation. Participating in tne student Sabbath will be Howard Manhoff and Brent Frisian, cantorial prayers; Robert Leavitt. sermon: Martin Elgison. president of the Junior Congregation, announcements: Howard Kusnick vice president, prayers: Zadik Shapiro and Gary Schw-eitrer. Torah reading the Board of Education are Bernard 1. Gelbert and Mrs. r second consecutive term Philfp Richman. CO chairmen. sUy thru May I wonderful happens! How (o fly to Europe with a millionaire It's simple. Just take any EL AL flight from New York to London or Paris or Rome. How does the millionaire get into the picture* Relax. He'll be there. Right in the pilot's seat "Millionaire" happens to be airline trade talk lor a pilot who's flown a million miles or more. And we have cockpits full of them. But our pilots are too busy flying to give you the real feeling of the airline. It's mostly up to you. You have to hear the "Shalom" for yourself as you come aboard. You have to remember that the whole idee of an International Israeli airline was only a dream not too many years ago. (It's even possible that you yourself helped make the dream a reality.) Now there are countless landings and take-offs behind us; we fly with the giants. But we still get a tremendous kick when we hear the airport announcer say. "EL AL Flight 212 is now departing for London, Rome and Tel Aviv." It's a kick we think you'll want to share with us And with our millionaires. Your travel agent will be happy to tell you how 1* MAY 1963 M 5 6 7 8 9 I 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 j 17 18 22 i 23 24 25 29 30 31 J. M. LIPTON INSURANCE AGENCY INC > GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONOS 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32. FLA FR 1-5631 • W 7-1671 I Flowers, hn^hdy lovely all year, saida brilham. colorful Honda's skies turn a rich, deep bhie to hind magnincecriy with the aaure Atlantic. And the Atlantic! — clearer and mare tmaqpi than ever—"mi iiaagjcm in % %  iirwin sknn over ks weface in boat or on skis, or to explore te de pth *, or to vie And. oxer it alL the famous Florida sun prone — coataag vou with a heahfefui brooae. TWIN € ITY tii.ASS CO. WAtAKTIfO JNfMois STO tf FtOMH tWUmmt TOW ANTIOUt MtttOtS a M-SaVEtJMC 4VT0 U.ASS IMSJAUiD WHIU TOM WAfT 1tJ • Urk Straet, MX CUM* tj —gen TaL It MM Yes, Koeching wonderful will happen to you in May... so ar> ... in Florida: P. 5. A ammiag — i; ym n> tkrougk lfc%. ym'tt proaeer> i*r*r went at leave? FIOIIIA POWEI & LIGHT COMPANY %  CIPINC lOllD FlOf.'DA YOU GET MORE CALLS WHiN YOUR PHONl IS ALWAYS ANSV/MD W car *n r your phi* rn your iwn name. La** thn IS par ~k for • M Hm* Ti U pti— %  Sacrefarr. ANSWERITE. INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-G721



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    r—Page 8-A +JmU* Flcridlici^ Friday. April 19, 1963 Congress Will Oppose U.S. Economic Assist to Egypt I Jewish National Fund workers gather to congratulate Louis Levin on his establishment of a project in Me Ami. Israel, in memory ot his son. Frank Levin. Seated (left to right) are Ezra Finegold. Bernard Silver, Louis Levin, Leon J. Ell. president of the JNF Council of Greater Miami, and Mayshie Friedberg. Standing (left to right) are Zev W. Kogan, Morris Minov, Ben Silver. Sam Kagan, Mrs. Eva Blum. Mrs. William Beckwith, Sam Kopkind, and Harry Rosen. Mother and Son to be Honored by JNF At Brunch and Supper Celebration Here Mrs Pearl Comis and her son.] selected for distinction. 'Mrs. Marshall Comis. have been desigComis has raised her son, Marnated as "Mother and Son for the I shall, in the true traditon of com Month of April" by the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. Leon J. Ell. president of the Council, and Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman of the Foundation for JNF here, this week announced that Mrs. Comis and her son will be honored at a JNF brunch on Apr. 28 at the Algiers Hotel. Thy will also be guests of honor at the forthcoming Me Ami JNF celebration supper Apr. 30 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Dr. Joseph Sternstein, national executive director of the Jewish National Fond, will be principal speaker at the Apr. 30 celebration. Continued from Page 1-A friendship to the threatened countries cannot obscure the fact that our money i> used to weaken the stability ot the Near East and worl I peace, and. in fact, contributes to the danger of war." He said thai ".aside from conservation of our resource! and protection of OUT economic interests, it is hi h time to put a stop to such an immoral and blundering policy According t<> Rep. Miller, "the impending union between Egypt. Syria and Iraq, under the leader ship of President Nasser, should be the occasion for. a critical new look at the U.S. foreign aid program in the Near East." Other Republican leaders likewise indicated In recent days, owing to the Egyptian missile build up. that they will inject this issue into the debate on the Foreign Aid bill now pending. Sen. HughScott. Pennsylvania Republican, issued a statement Department Averell Harriman, Under Secretary of State, saying that Egypt is "seeking to create its own source of fighter aircraft, using Western resources, and is trying to reduce its current, almost total reliance on the Soviet for military equipment." He added that the German citizens work ing on the Egyptian rocket pro gram "are few in'number" and that "it is by no means certain they woulc 1 all obey a summons from the"ir government to return home." •You can rest assure..." Mr, Harriman wrote, "that we have i deep and continuing interest in the security of Israel and other Middle Eastern states. 1 can say without any hesitation or qualifici* that a constant priority emphasis of the Department of State imeasures to reduce Middle 1 tensions. Many of our efforts are well known, but many mor. necessarily shielded from public view munal responsibility and in the general awareness of the obligation of Jews for one another." Dr. Lehrman declared. A graduate of Yale University and an accountant. Marshall Comis is well known in business affairs here. Zev. V. Kogan. Jewish National Fund leader in Greater Miami, paid tribute to Mrs. Comis and her i son for their "kindness and gen-' erosity." criticizing the State for -doing almost nothing" to ai friedson to be Installed leviate "the potentially explosive situation" in the Middle East Sen. First installation luncheon oi Scott is one of six Senators who I citizens' Advisory Committee of wrote to President Kennedy last • M US cular Dystrophv Association ol week, urging his intervention with A k a wi „ ^ neld on kturday, the West German Government' against permitting German nuclear scientists to build missiles in Egypt. Each of the six anxious Senators received a reply signed by May 4. 1 p.m.. at the Bvesgladw Hotel. Max Friedson will be installed as chairman of the Committee, and will be principal peaker at the function. HUtS. COMIS AND SON MARSHALL COMIS This is the first time in the history of the local JNF Council that a mother and-son team have been Staffers Leave Israel Bonds Two long-range staff workers are now no longer affiliated with the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. They are Irwin Block and Joe Yanich. Block was with Israel Bonds here for eight years. Yanich served for nearly seven. Both were employed in the capacity of field representatives. Block, of 8030 SW 18th Ter., has a Master's degree in community organixation from New York University, and is now planning to complete work toward • Doctorate in the field of hospital administration. Janich, of 12680 NE Miami Ct., has a Master's degree in social work, and for many years lived in Israel, where he was affiliated with the Hadassah-Hebrew University Hospital in an official capac-, D.C.. and as traveling -, agent in Miami before Both have left the local bond office as a result of a staff reorganization. Seaboard Names Assistant Agent John L. Alien, division passen-i ger agent for the Seaboard Air Line Railroad in Ft. Lauderdale since January 1960, has been appointed assistant general passenger agent, effective this week, with headquarters at the same address, it has been announced by Wesley J. Ficht, Seaboard's general passenger agent in Miami. Allen began his career with the Seaboard in 1944 as passenger service agent aboard the railroad's streamliners operating between New York and both coasts of Flor ida. He subsequently served as passenger agent in Washington, and as traveling passenger his transfer to Ft. Lauderdale on August 1, 1958 as district passenger agent. Your Next Special Event deserves the ML BEACH ON THE OCEAN AT 4 8th STREET Miami Beach's Newest & Finest Luxury Hotel While representing the Seaboard in the territory under his jurisdiction, which includes Delray Beach, Deerfield Beach, Bcoa Raton, Pompano Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Dania and Hollywood, Allen has been active in community affairs. He is a director and immediate past president of the Traffic and Transportation Club of Broward County, and holds memberships in the Downtown Kiwanis Club of Ft, Lauderdale, where he is chairman of its Inter-Club Committee, Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood Chambers of Commerce, World Commerce Committee of the Ft. Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, and a vestryman of St. Ambrose Episcopal Church. In making the announcement of Allen's appointment, Ficht said that "Seaboard recognized the spiraling growth of the area in recent years and the substantial impact it has made on the economy of Florida from the standpoint of tourism and industry. Seaboard feels that by strengthening its or-, ganization it will be able to better serve this fast-growing area." for information please call: Mr. Jacques Class — JE 2-9000 Proceeds for School Dora Stein Sisterhood of Israelite Center will meet Tuesday evening for a white elephant sale and games. Proceeds are for the Religious School.



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