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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish FIoridlfLSiiti
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKiY
lume 36 Number 17
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 26. 1963
Three Sections Price ?i
Israel in Deep Mourning
For Passing of Ben-Zvi
Beloved President Succumbs to Cancer at Age 78
HIV
.vill mark its 15th anniversary of independence on
jay, Apr. 29. Jews throughout the world, in commem-
an of the historic event, will be taking note of the occa-
at a variety of celebrations. Only ihe death Tuesdav
;-ael's beloved President Itzhak Ben-Zvi will bring sad-
to the otheiwise fesiive occasion. But the joint memorial
anniversary event symbolizes once mere the survival
Jewish peop'e in the greatest moments of their ad
ry as we'l as their propensity to wring m om
rtfelt tragedv. The Jewish Floridian, in recognition of the
iversary, this we. k dedicates Sec. C to the State of Israel.
B- G Urges xNo Panic'
Over Affairs in Jordan
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe people ot Israel went into deep mourning Tuesday for their Presi
Ben-Zvi, who lost his fight against the ravages of cancer and died early Tuesday morning, i.
years old.
\I.KM i JTA i The
In neighboring Jordan.
; i Nasser demonstration!
held, demanding that
iy Join the new federat-
\rab Republiccompos-

A deep -loom enveloped the nation when the death was announced. Light radio programs e
celled, and renditions of the Psalms and liturgy were substituted. Members oi the cabinet. < uoni
and senior government officials began calling at the President's residence to pay their resi
A state funeral was held Wed- President awakened briefly from
esp'.cts.
was held Wed-
nesday. All entertainment and.
recreational features of the ISth
Independence Day celebrations
were canceled. The military
parade and naval display in
Haifa on Monday will take place
without the usual participation
of military bands.
Chief ol Staff Tzvi Tsur issued
an order of the day for a week
of mourning at all garrisons and
his deep sleep, partly induced by
sedation to relieve his pain, and
asked Mrs. Ben-Zvi who had been
constantly at his bedside to read
to him- from the weekly Portion
ol the Bible.
The President's last official mes-
sage was issued in connection with
Israel's ISth anniversary, T
President asked for divine blest
on the defense forces ol Israel, on
its pioneers and builders, and all
camps where flags were lowered who sought to advance the cduca
to half mast position. Israel's Par tion of the people.
ed id Egj:". Syria ai d Iraqwas
discussed Sunday .it the weekly
ling ol the Israel cabinet.
Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
ion was reported as warning that
the lew situation i" Jordan need
provoke any panic In Israel,
but must also not be taken with
complacency. The situation in
Jordan is being carefully watch-
ed lure.
Rifle firing was heard here
Sunday and Saturday night as
taking place in the Jordanian-
held Old City of Jerusalem. Cur-
few has been proclaimed in the
Old City, as well as in Amman,
and in other Jordanian cities
where pro-Nasser demonstra-
tions were held. King Hussein,
of Jordan, announced the disso-
lution of the Parliament and the
appointment of his uncle, Hus-
sein ibn Nasser, as the head of a
new government. He said that
elections for a new Parliament
would be held in four months.
i London newspapers reported
that Kins Hussein is planning to
abdicate and flee his country. All
Jordanian frontiers were reported
closed, and telephone and other
communications with the country
I were reported severed. A son of
| ex-Premier Rifai said in London
that "the idea that a man like
Hussein would abdicate is sheer
nonsense.")
Israel's reactions to any radical
changes in Jordan were discussed
in recent weeks with the United
! States Government. However.
M:.7 MM AST CRISIS
U.S., Britain
Planning Bar
To Blow Up?
LONDON (JTA) The Unit-
ed States and Britain will enter-
vene \ ith military action to halt
that may break out be-
i Israel and an Arab country.
1 -ult of the rapid growth of
in the hands of Egypt's
t Carnal Abdel Nasser.
he D, ilj Express reported here
Honda; in a front-page article.
As detailed by the newspaper.
he plans envisage the use of the
United Stales Sixth Fleet, now in
'1* Mediterranean, and the cm-
Plo>rrunt of British forces from
bases in Cyprus and Aden, to In-
terpose themselves between the
Arb- and Israelis. The Anglo-
American forces, according to the
PaPtr. would form between the
ppposing sides until an "effective,.
Barrier" could be erected by the Shimon Peres. Deputy Minister of
liament suspended it> current re
cess fcr a special meeting of
mourning.
The presidential residence was
thrown open to the public, and a
somber people lined up to wait in
turn to tile past the bier draped
io the national colors and the Inc-
ident's personal prayer shawl. A
minyan ol army chaplains began
the recitation of Psalms. Vmontt
those filing by the bier in the
morning were Chief Rabbi Yitzhak
Nissim, Supreme Court Justices,
members of the Jewish Agency
Executive, and other -.
The aeath of Israel's second
President occurred at 7:08 a.m.,
Tues ay, Israel time. Mr. Ben-
Zvi had been in a coma, and be-
gan to sink rapidly during the
night. Mrs. Ben-Zvi and members
ol the family were at the bedside.
About 9 p.m., Monday night,
he awoke and repeated the en-
tire Shema. The attending phys-
ician thsn heard the President
call feebly for his brother, Aaron.
He rotified the brother, as well
as Prime Minister Ben-Gurion.
However, the rapidly dying Pres-
ident failed to recognize either
man when they entered his room.
Earlier Monday afternoon, the
lie asked that the people recall
"all who gave their lives on the
altar ol the homeland, the h w -
to whom as to their families our
d( bt is immeasurable He urj i
as Israel entered its 16th j
that every Israeli doubh and triple
Continued on Page 2-A
*
PKtSIJtNT BtN-ZVt
... o star lad ;
His Passion for a Jewish
Home Began in His Youth
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM Itzhak B< /
was throughout ins life a lead t oi
lh( generation ol young Zionists
who settled in i alestine b< Ion the
i g| World War, and v ho created
the apparatus in Palestine whii
later became the State ol Israel.
lie was born in Poltava in the Rus-
sian Ukraine 0.1 Dec. (>. 18!>4.
He studied at ihe University ol
Kiev, and then went to Turkej for
study at the University ol Istanbul
from 1912 to 1014. With the late
Dov Ber Borochov. he founded the
Poale Zion Movement of Socialist
Zionism in 1!H)5. He did organisa-
tional work lor the new
,n Russia. German). id .
ai d Pali -ii<. u lu re in le
I90f
While teaching at the Hetore-
Hiyh School in Jerusalem. which
he helped to establish, he was a
co-tounder of Hashomer. ihe Jew-
ish defense of the then thinly
scattered settlements in Pales-
tine.
In 1915, in the second year <'f
World War II. the unlit; :- regime
cf Turkey then in control of Pales-
tine exiled Mr. Ben Z\ i to Egypt.
Continued on Page A
Nazi Arrested on Arrival in Vienna
Continued on Page I A
Continued on Page 12-A
VIENNA (JTA) Erich Raja-
kovic turned up in Vienna this
week and was immediately put
under arrest in connection with
charges he had a key role as an
i Adolf Eichmann aide in the war-
i time deportations of 110,000 Dutch
, .lews to Nazi extermination camps.
Investigating Magistrate Kurt
Forstner said Rajakovic was or-
; dered held after questioning. The
justice Ministry is investigating to
I determine whether Rajakovic "aid-
ed and abetted in the murder" of
Hutch and Austrian Jews during
'World War II.
The former SS officer's arrest
climaxed a series of llights start-
ing with a sudden departure from
Italy two weeks ago shortly before
a Milan newspaper carried a
lengthy report on his Nazi back-
ground. He appeared in Switzer-
land and was promptly taken into
custody and escorted to the border
where he was expelled. Late last
week, he arrived in Munich. The
Bavarian Government announced
he was an undesirable alien and
would he expelled.
He then disappeared in West
Germany, and his whereabouts
v ere unknown until he appeared
in Vienna. The Trieste-born for-
mer Nazi officer had Austrian na-
tionality, but the Austrian) lifted
that nationality last January when
stories about n*>s Nazi past began
to circulate.
The Bavarian provincial Gov-
ernment meanwhile disclosed it
had started an investigation of
charges that Dr. Wilhelm Harstcr,
who quit his post as an adviser to
the provincial Interior Ministry,
was a key Nazi figure in the war-
Continued on Pag* 5-A


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Ben Ms Passion for Homeland Began in Youth
Continued from Pag* 1-A
By that time, he had achieved
prominence m several fields, in-
eluding editorship of a weekly peri-
odical, 'Ahdut." He left Egypt, j
;,n(l went to the United States.
In cooperation with his life >ong I
friend, David Ben-Gurion, he help
ed to set up first the Heehalutz!
i|*i..peer) movement, and then the;
Jewish Lcnion. In 1017. he return-1
ed id Palestine as a private in the
army commanded by Field Mar-
shal! Sir Edmund Allenby. the!
British hero who liberated the'
ancient land from Turkish rule. In
1919, Ik- married Rachel Lishan-
-k> Yanait. One of their sons.
Aili, was killed in action in 1948
during Israel's War of Liberation.
A io founder of the Adhut Avo
dan in Palestine in 1918. he be-
i.ime in 1919 a member of thej
Pro\ isional Jewish Community j
Commission of Palestine, a mem-1
ber of the Jewish National Assem-'
bly in 1920. of the Histadrut. Is-
el's labor federation, and of th'
Palestine Government Council
1929 to 1931. He was chairman
,.1 Histadrut from 1924 to 1920
..ml a member of the Jerusalem
City Council from 1027 to 1930. In
1929, he was a co founder of the
Jewish Agency established that
vear in Zurich, Switzerland.
A delegate to many World
Zionist Congresses, Mr. Ben-Zvi
was a member of the Presidium
of the congress twice. Between
1938 and 1947, he represented
the Zionist movement and the
Palestine Jewish community at
various high level international
conferences and inquiries. Among
these was the United Nations in-
quiry commission in 1947.
A prolific writer, he was the
author of many scholarly works.
among them studies of Palestine
and its Jewish settlement. Pales-
tine's Arab neighbors, and histor-i
ical and Biblical writings. On sev-'
eral occasions, he collaborated j
with Ben-Gurion. A five volume |
set of his collected works was pub-
! lished in 1935. As a leader of in-
ternational Socialism, he had writ-
ten books and articles on Zionism,
labor, archaeology, and history. He
wrote frequently on Jewish-Arab
relations, and was an authority on
Gables High Senior Richard Fisher
Wins Merit and Harvard Scholarships
A Coral Gables Senior High,
School student w ill be attending
Harvard University on a four-year
scholarship beginning in Septem-|
ber.
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In 1962, Richard won the Flori-
da State Extemporaneous Speak-
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member of the Varsity Debate
Team at Gables High, where he
is also vice president of the Coral
Gables Chapter of the National
Honor Society and a member of
the Student Government.
The star student is hoping for a
career in medicine.
the Samaritans. He held two hon-
orary Doctoral .degrees, one from!
the Jewish Theologicl Seminary in
America, and the other from the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem, j
A modest and humble man, Mr. j
Ben-Zvi did not change as Pres- j
ident. When the President's salary
WM raised, over his protests, to
$6,000 a year, he donated half of j
his larger salary to research. His
modest home in Jerusalem was
open to visitors from all walks of
life particularly during the major I
Jewish holidays. Personally an ob-
servant Jew. he continued to wor-
hip in the small synagogue he
had attended as a private citizen
and to take part in its weekly class [
in Talmud.
In 1946, he was one of the 37
signers of Israel's Declatr-ion o
Independence. He presetted a
copy of the document to the Uet.-
ted Stetes at a ceremony in tM >
country on the Freedom Trmi"
which carried the Atnericer
Decfarafton of Independence to
cities throughout the Unite-:
States.
When Israel's first Presiocrt, I .
Chaim W'eizmann, died >r_ 195..
Mr. Ben-Zvi was the Mapai cor
inee to succeed him. In 1957, !
was elected without oppo^iion 0
a second five-year term.
Again in October, 1962, the -
was no opposition Candida*.e, b I
42 voted against him to isdica
their objection on principle '.o i
third term for any Presides .
though they made it clc; "he
stand was not against Mr. E-: Z '
personally.
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The Entire Assembly will say Yizcor
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over fi\e other top universities
across the nation, which al>o of-
fared him scholarships.
Richard is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon D. Fisher. His fath-
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Volume 36 Number
Friday, April 26, 1963
2 Iyar 5723
17
President Ben-Zvi:
A Bright Star
President Itzhak Ben-Zvi is
dead. On the eve of her 15th
anniversary of independence,
Israel's second President
passed into the history of the
nation he halped fashion.
In the bright constellation of
Israeli experience since the
earliest days of her freedom,
President Ben-Zvi appeared to
be less than the brightest star
of her leadership. But this was
less beccuse of the man then
of the historic role destiny
chose him to fill.
The Presidency of Israel is
largely ceremonial, but in Mr.
Ben-Zvi's case, it went far be-
yond that. He was not "rele-
gated upward" as a means of
neutralizing his political am-
bition. The bold and unmis-
takable fact is that President
Ben-Zvi never had personal
political ambition^ and for pre-
cisely this reason he brought
to his office the highest pos-
sible meaning.
Much can be made here of
President Ben-Zvi's early Zion-
ist history his hery and seemingly relentless
energy in behalf of the establishment of a Jew-
ish national homeland in Palestine; although
the latter years of his stay on earth would
seem to belie such a magnetic revolutionary
past.
Only his unflagging friendship for Prime
Minister Ben-Gurion, both of whom were for
decades virtual twin brothers in behalf of the
Zionist cause they espoused, remained as a
remnant of his Jewish nationalist youth and
manhood in the last decade and a half of
President Ben-Zvi's lile.
But what should be made far more of is
the scholarly, pious, and humble nature that
characterized the second President of Israel. A
devoted student of the Bible and of the historic
Jewish past, an able historian and author, and
a deeply religious man who practiced the He-
brew principles he preached all these were
President Ben-Zvi
And for this reason, he fit precisely the
role he fulfilled as a leader of the nation he
helped bring into being. For what qualities
could more purposefully mark a President of
Israel? If he seemed less than the brightest
star because destiny did not single him out to
shake the earth with political pronouncements,
President Ben-Zvi will certainly be among the
longest enduring ones. He symbolized in his
being that toward which the Prophets would
have all Israel strive.
?m
each reaches into the highest echelons of na-
tional Jewish leadership.
Mr. Myers was for five terms president of
the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, and Mrs. Myers recently assumed an-
other term as a national vice president of the
National Council of Jewish Women.
Such positions of leadership, among count-
less others, ably identify the total accomplish-
ments of Mr. and Mrs. Myers. The new Stan-
ley and Martha Myers Senior Citizens Center
is further communal recognition of their contri-
bution to South Florida's well-being.
Mr. and Mrs, Myers Honored
A luncheon this week honored Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, of Coral Gables, for
their singular humanitarian achievements. The
luncheon was the site of the naming of the
Stanley and Martha Myers Senior Citizens
Center of the Housing Authority of the City of
Miami.
This is a unique honor. It singles out two
persons for distinction who have, over the
years, made their mark in the affairs of their
community as leaders in behalf of all worthy
causes dedicated to human need.
The new Stanley and Martha Myers Senior
Citizens Center symbolizes the honor well.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Myers have long rec-
ords of civic and philanthropic endeavor and
achievement that would tax the indexing capa-
bilities of the best biographers. It is merely
sufficient here to note that each has attained
distinction in the general and the Jewish com-
munities, as well, and that the reputation of
Miracle Brought to Pass
Monday is the 15th anniversary of the
State of Israel's independence On the 5th day
of the Hebrew month of Iyar irv 1948, Israel's
leaders proclaimed the independence of their
nation. (See Sec. C).
Fifteen years later, we marvel at the
achievement; for it is an achievement that
vindicates the best in the quality of human-
kind.
Israel is the outgrowth of the sacred ashes
of six million Jews sacrificed on the altar of
Nazi insanity in the fourth and fifth decades
of the twentieth century. Israel is the child of
man's conscience prodded to apportion a frag-
ment of the earth on which he lives to a people
that had no home for 2,000 years.
Fifteen years after the interminable chal-
lenges, Israel is a paean of praise to the mir-
acles men can bring to pass in their own be-
half when they are motivated by the spirit of
justice and human dignity.

Miami's Contribution
State of Israel Bonds in Greater Miami will
celebrate Israel's 15th anniversary at a gala
dinner affair Sunday evening.
Since the first Israel Bond issue in' May,
1951, bonds have played a unique role in the
upbuilding of the Jewish State.
During the past 12 years, bond funds have
helped build highways, industry, transporta-
tion and housing, thus freeing Israel to turn to
other vital areas of her development.
In this ambitious and successful program.
Greater Miami Jewry has played an increas-
ingly stellar part. The function Sunday will be
one more phase of our community's continuing
effort in behalf of the State of Israel through the
purchase of Israel Bonds.
I
, during the week
,.. as i see it
IN A COLUMN here on Dc
21, 1962. I listed Mrs.
Charles Magnll
ET
by LI0 MINDUN
among a
group of officials queried by
the Florida Office of the
Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith concerning the
Miami Junior Women's Club
cndoasemeiet testimony before a U.S. Sen.
ate Committee. Hts, Magrill,
a club advisor, had been con-
tacted by mail in order to clarify the implications of the testimony
offered by Curtis Dall, chairman of the Liberty Lobby, an extreme
right wing organization in Washington, D.C.
Mr-. Magrill, I reported at the time, did not reply, although the
letter of inquiry to her was written Nov. 21. a full month, before.
Neither were answers received from these officials, also contacted on
the Dall testimony: Mrs. John C. Walker, president, Miami Junior
Women's Club, on Nov. 5; Mrs. Walker, in a follow-up, Nov. 19; and
Mrs. Frank Insho, president, Miami Women's Club, senior apoaioring
organization of the Junior Club, on Nov. 26.
Mrs. MagriU's poor corresponding habits have now 'jecome a
matter of notoriety in the daily press. Why it should ha\e taken this
long is difficult to surmiseespecially in light of the fact that my
Dec. 21 column was based on a report to the Florida Region oi the
Anti-Defamation League by Nathan Perlmuttcr. executive director,
on the preceding Dec 2. which became public information following
a detailed accounting of the report in the columns of this newspaper
Dec. 7.
The ways of the pre-.- are indeed mysterious and hardly as pre-
cise a> the way? of Mrs. Magrill, herself, who put it on th-1 line in an '
interview in the Miami Herald last week (Apr. 191. when n a bl
oi rhetorical glory, she solemn!) vowed that "some ol our friends
are Jew i.-h "
A NOBLE REPUDIATION Of THE CHARGE
I AM CERTAINLY glad to know tin-, and delight in no
' to add Mrs. Magrill to the elite corps "t unhesitatlni
take the devil squarely b) his horns, tail, and cloven feet, and openly
admit th.it some of their best friends are Jews. That Mrs Ma.
has gone a step further and laughingly wondered it the ADL doesn't
confuse anti-Semiti-m with anti-Communism -hould hardly reflect on
the highly discriminating policy she pursues in making irie>n
She does, after all. have a valid reason for her queryif only
becau>e the ADL started the whole thing by querying her Indeed,
lira. MagriU's failure to reply in retrospect makes a good deal Of
sen.-e. It just wouldn't do to be so indiscriminate as to write an or-
ganization that contuses anti-SemiUsm with anti-Communism.
Apart from all these considerations, the observation itself i- j
shrewd one. But shrewdness in Mr-. Magrill should elicit no sur-
prise: for she has openly and unashamedly confessed that some of
her best friends are Jews, and it is common knowledge how anti-
Semites feel about the supposed shrewdness in Jews.
I find it most noble that Mrs. Magrill defends the Mumi Junior
Women's Club by taking the blame for the club's support of the Dall
testimony squarely on her own socialite shoulders. "He should have
used only my name."' the Miami Herald quotes her.
WILD ARRAY Of SOURCE MATERIAL
THUS HEROIC IN her own esteem, I would hardly imitate the Ann-
Defamation League's ill-mannered presumption to raise souk
questions of my ownsuch as:
If the Miami Junior Women's Club did not underwrite the anti-
Semitic testimony of Curtis Dall. what about the club's endorsement
of a list of recommended radio and radio-listening hanging at the
Holmer Drug Co.. on Biscayne Blvd.a list about which I also re-
ported on Dec. 21? The daily press hasn't got around to it vet, but
the Junior Women's Club poster, tacked up as I wrote then," among
the poli.-hed innocence of ice cream sodas, cosmetics, and mass-pro-
duced patent medicines, suggests a pretty wild array ot source mat-
erial even for the manicured anti-Communist.
Included are: The Christian Crusade, of Tulsa, Okla., headed by
Rev. Billy James Hargis. who sports a well-documented anti-Semitic
background; 20th Century Reiormation, sponsored by defrocked Pr<
byterian Rev. Carl Melntire. a hatemongering Hargis associate; the
Anti-Communism School of the Air. featuring \orb Gariety who has
been spotted at meetings for Kenneth Goff in Miami. (Gofi is a for-
mer partner in prejudice of Gerald L. K. Smith, denounced as a biwt
by the American Legion.)
THE BttT OF AU POSSIBt REPUDIATIONS
QTHER RECOr*MENDATIONS BY the Miami Junior Worr.-n'.- I
vlor choice reading at Holmer's Drug Co: "Citizen Speak.-, ex-
treme right wing sometime sheet in mimeograph form, published on
Key Biscayne by N. J. Garden, and invariably filled with anU-Seniitic
senuments. as well as with praise for such bigots as John G Crom-
mehn. of Wetumpka. Ala., rear admiral (ret., long ago repudiated bv
I S. Navy and Government officials; and Tyler G. Kent, publisher of
the now defunct Palatka (Fla.) Sun. Kent, as reported in this column
on Nov. 23. 1962. was charged with passing secret information to the
Nazis in 1940, tried, convicted, aud spent several years in a Bnti-li |
prison. Pl
One can go on and on with these Miami Junior Women'- Club
recommendations. I will forgive Mrs. Magrill her original refusal
to comment on the Dall testimony, but must now regard criticallv her
failure to say something about these recommendations After all,
she has spoken many words in her defense during these past ten days.
Repudiation of the Miami Junior Women's Club poster at Holniei *
would be the best possible delense of all.
Perhaps it is that her husband, a practicing dentist here, has
been reported as allegedly ushering at an "Operation Midnight Ride"
meeting Feb. 27 in Dade County Auditorium, featuring Billy James
Hargis, where Christian Crusade publications were liberally distri-
buted, and the National Council of Churches called a "bunch of Com-
munist preachers." Or that her teen-age sons, Barry and Michael,
are involved in a self-styled Greater Miami Christian Anti-Commun-
ism Organization, whose purpose is more than the imitative name
suggests. Michael circulates Christian Anti-Communism Crusade and
Cinema Educational Guild material here with his personalized stick-
er: 'Property of Mike Magrill."
Christian Aim Communism Crusade is the Texas-based orgam-
zation ol extreme right winger Dr. Fred Schwarz. Cinema Education-
al Guild is the California group of Mvron C, Faean. a weU-knowii
anti-Semite.
Or, indeed, perhaps it is that Mrs. Carden, wife of the Key Bis-
cayne publisher, directs a network of study groups for the Miami Jun-
ior women s Club, which more than anything suggests the absurdity
or Mrs. Magrill s denials-her Jewish friends and the Israel Bond she
prolesses to have purchased notwithstanding


I A Friday, April 26. 1963
* Jew 1st noridOar
Page 5-A
LETTER TO THE EDITOR-
Columnist Told He Missed the Point
EDITOP The Jewish Floridian:
In ;i i.1 column, Leo Mindlin
foi rather startling ;ii>
proaeh u the ordinance banning
of the swastika pass-
el ity Council of Miami
Mr, Mindlin's reluctance
see righta of any individual
ro nfringed on would nor-
mally be quite laudable Bui
in a we deal with Nazis and their
are dealing with an)
hing init an unknown quantity,
estruction ol one third "i the
Jewish people in our own lifetime
should be ample prool ol the dan-
posed by the mere presence
i i the swastika in our midst.
Greater Miami Rabbis Urge All Faiths
To Note Israel Anniversary this Weekend
Kabbinjcal Association of Great-
er Mianu on Wednesday issued a
resolution proclaiming this week-
end "as Israel's Independence
*) Festival," and called upon all syn-'
agogues "to commemorate this
joyous occasion with appropriate
urayeta, expressing thanksgiving
for the ifdemption through inde-'
pendence and evoking God's
guardianship over Israel's spiri-
I and national security."
The resolution urged "citizens
Nazi Arrested
In Vienna
Continued from Page 1-A
time deportation of 110.000 Jews
from Holland to Nazi murder
camps
Dr. Herster, who was SS maj-
or gene-al during the war, ad-
mitted he had been involved in
the roundups of Dutch Jews but
insisted all he had done was to
"superv.se" their transfer fo a
Nazi camp in Holland and that
he had not taken part in further
deportations.
" The involvement of the Bavar-
ian official came to light follow-
the flight of Rajokovic from
Italy to Switzerland, from which
he was expelled. In his state-
ment, Dr. Harster said that Raja-
kovic, who has been charged by
tlic Dutch with a leading part in
the deportations, was one of his
aides. The former SS officer, who
i- 59, asked the Ministry to pen-
sion him because of ill health. He
said in bil statement that because
ol the publicity attendant on the
Rajakovic case, he had decided
In apply for a retirement pension.
of all faiths to join in kin-hip of
cur common love for the demo-
cratic ideals and for the triumph
of human dignity by observing the
independence o.f Israel as a mile-
stone in human history."
The resolution also calls "upon
our brethren to continue unstint-
ingly in their dedicated support
of and participation in our com-
munity's efforts which aim to in-
sure Israel's growth and econ-
omic well-being."
Member spiritual leaders of the
Rabbinical Association called the
rebirth of modern Israel "the ful-
fillment of the Biblical prophecy.
consecrating the Holy Land as a
haven and homeland for the peo-
ple of Israel," and quoted from
Ezekiel: "Thus saith the Lord: I
will gather you from amongst the
nation and I will assemble you
. and 1 will give you the Land
id Israel."
The Miami rabbis noted that the
religious authorities of Israel have
established Independence Hay as
l religious festival, and authoriz-
ed the recitation of the "Hallel"
for the occasion.
Mr. Mindlin now asks us to
permit this outrage to human-
i'y to be displayed in our com-
munity, in the name of demo-
cracy. I cannot accept the pre-
mise that our attachment to
democratic ideals is so uncer-.
tain lhat our way of life would
be endangered if we should re-
fuse to extend our hard-won
freedom to those whose pro-
gram is admittedly to take it
away. To permit our rights to
be used as a means of entree
for a resurgent Nazism would
be to invite self-destruction.
If we are to accept Mr. Mind-
lin's premise, and carry it through
to its logical conclusion, we ar-
rive at the patent absurdity that
the presence of swastikas in our
community poses a lesser threat
to our way of life than their ab-
sence.
It is my hope that our com-
munity will reject this unworthy
call to abdicate our rights and
duties as Jews and as Americans.
JOSH REPHUN
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Friday. April 26. 1963
US. Scolded for Silence on Scientists
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
.-hington Post, a newspaper
ich generally supports the State
partment's thinking on the
ab-Israel issues, published a
dir.4 editorial this week differ-
it g sharply with the views of Un-
r Secretary of State W. Averell
rrintan, who sought to justify
continued work in Egypt of'
rman missile scientists in his
ilj ( i six Senators who express ;
< i anxiety over the work. ,
lie Po.-t commented editorially'
: it Mr. Harriman had said, in
i ect. "that alarm over German
entists in the United Arab Re
.!:_ ai exaggeratedafter all.
the Germans were not there.
ypl would be more dependent
the Soviet Union for develop-
i j missiles and jet aircraft." The
-t declared that "this comes
-t t< arguing that we should
grateful for the Soviet forces
i- Cub.', because, otherwise, there
ghl >e a Chinese army in the
-ibbean."
'What is missing in Mr. Har-
- man's noteand indeed in most
:- the lofty State Department
.rterances on the Middle East
any real feeling for the plight
-. f Israel. Here is a tiny coun-
ty wholly surrounded by nations
*iat have sworn its elimination.
The UAR, now flushed with poli-
ical success in Iraq and Syria,
on the verge of developing
: round-to-ground missiles that
: auld rain terror on Israel. It
of small comfort to Israel
-nat these may be good, non-
Communist missiles developed
itti the help of Germans so
"lorowghly anti-Russian that
i-m of them worked for Hit-
r," M>e Post declared.
The newspaper said the State
Department had responded "in-
I equately to American anxiety \
nout missiles in the Near East.
The air surely ought to be clear-
ar.d quickly, by a reassertion
0 American interest in the con-
1 lued security of Israel," it
essed. It charged that "the
United States has leaned over
ckwardl to encourage cordial
i- .ations with President Nasser
81 d a LI other Arab states" and
tl at "Washington has crawled out
on a limb to demonstrate good
i.i th tovard Arab nationalism."
According to the Post, "ground-
to-grouno missiles would place Is-
1 at a perilous disadvantage.
even it conventional bombs were
iged :?. their nose." If Nasser
(i veloo- an operational offensive
liissi!-. t.ien there will be no al-
! rr iut to see that Israel
i I an adequate deterrent capac
too, the paper pointed out.
Tiie State Department was ac-
cused of mouthing "lifeless plati-
tudes" about Israels security. The
immediate task of American di-
plomacy was seen as exploration
ot means to curtail arms ship-
ments to the Near East on a mul-
tilateral basis. This, said the edi-
torial, could even include formal
approaches to the Soviet Union.
"The world would breathe
easier if both offensive missiles
and nuclear devices were ruled
out of the region under an agree-
ment that provided effective in-
spection. This should be the
goal of American policy," said
the editorial. The newspaper
held that "it ought to be made
clear that, if all attempts at re-
gional arms control fail, Israel
will get the help it needs and not
just snappish lectures about
'worrisome complicated prob-
lems'."
The New York Post, in an edi-
tprial said: There is a tendency
in some Administration quarters
to dismiss questions about the
German scientists working on
rockets for Egypt with the warn-
ing that, if the Germans are push-
ed out, Soviet experts would move
in. This reply will hardly com-
fort Israel or reassure anyone con-
cerned about peace and stability
in the Middle East.
What-is missing is any indica
tion that the U.S. ha" approached
the Soviet Union in an effort to
find out whether it might be pre-
pared to join in an agreement tc
keep the Middle East free o;
weapons of mass destruction. Such
i probe, backed by the warning
that Israel will get the weapon*
I needs if Russia and Egypt spurn
in arms control "pact, could con-
ceivably bring results."
= ..
Dr. Sternstein to Speak at JNF Council
Function Honoring 'Me Ami' Supporters
Dr. Joseph Sternstein, executive
director of the Jewish National j
Fund of America, will be guest
speaker at a "Me Ami" Founda-|
lion celebration sponsored by the
Greater Miami JNF Council on
Tuesday evening at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel
Leon J. Ell, president of the
Council, and Dr. Irving Lehrman.
chairman ol the Foundation for
INF here, said that the function
will honor Mrs. Pearl Comis and
her son. Marshall Comis. "for their
devotion to Israel and the Jew-
ish National Fund.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
president of the Southeast Re-
gion of the Jewish National
Fund, paid tribute to Dr. Stern-
stein's appearance, which will
name Mrs. Comis and Marshall
Comis as "JNF Mother and Son
for the Month of April."
Special tribute to them will be
paid by Zev. W. Kogan. local Jew-
D*. JOSEPH STERNSTEIN
ish National Fund leader. He wil
also honor the following, who have
played a major role in "Me Ami"
project:
Mrs. Sadie Bieler. Mr. and Mrs.
Johan L. Berman. Mr. and Mrs.
William Bornstein. Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Eisenbaum. Mr. and Mrs.
Leon J Ell. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra
Finegold. Mrs Katie Goldmcer.
Mr. and Mrs. Max llecht. Mr. and
Mrs Zev W. Kogan. Mr. and Mrs
Wolf Kramarz. Dr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman. Samuel Lew, Mr
and Mrs. Israel Naness, Mrs. Leah
Notkin, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Pevz-
ner, Mrs. Miriam (Achtel) Press.
Mrs. Ida (Wessel) Sidenworm. Ber-
nard Silver. Mrs. Clara Tager, Mr
and Mrs. Isidor Yaslo. and Abra-
ham Zallen.
*.y
Jack D. Gordon (second from left), president of Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn., receives the George Wash
ington Honor Medal of the Fieedoms Foundation of Valley
Forge. At the Miami ceremony Apr. 5 were (left to right) Capt
William R. Anderson, former commander of the submarine
Nautilus, and now vice president of the Freedoms Founda-
tion; Gordon; U.S. Sen. George A. Smothers, of Florida; and
Murry Woroner, general manager of Radio Station WAMF!
Miami. Washington Federal won the award for its sponsor
ship last summer of the all-day broadcast titled "July 4. 1776.'
The program broadcast over WAME reenacted the events o:
Independence Day as current happenings.
Program on Tuesday will fea-
ture a group of Young Judaeans in'
songs and dances of Israel under
the direction of Abraham Gittel
son. educational director of Beth
Torah Congregation. Mrs. Ger-
shon Miller will offer a Bible read-
ing. A group of Hebrew and Yid-
dish musical selections will be.
performed by Joyce Farber. so-'
prano, with Esther Barrett at the '
piano.
Dr. Sternstein is former spiri- j
tuai leader of Beth Abraham
Synagogue of Dayton, O. He
holds a BA degree from Brook-
lyn College, LLB from St. John's
University, and received a Doc-
tor of Hebrew letters from the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
He is a member of the National
Rabbinic Cabinet of the Seminary,
and has been appointed a charter
Fellow in the Herbert H. Lehman
Institute of Talmudic Ethics of the ',
Jewish Theological Seminary. He
was national vice president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
and for seven years national
chairman of the ZOA Commission
on Education and Program.
A prolific author of many
pamphlets and articles on Zion-
ism, Dr. Sternstein undertook an
extensive tour of Israel and
Europe in 1956. In 1958, he serv-
, ed as chairman of the ZOA dele-
gation to Israel and Europe for
the tenth anniversary of the State
of Israel.
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Federation Plans
Board Meeting
Next Week
Sprit i: meeting of the Board of
Govern Jewish federation will be held on;
ThursdJ evening. May 2. in the.
Ktlbaiyi Room of the Algiers
Hotel was announced by Sid-
nej L; i j'.irt. president.
\ items on the agenda will
he ;, -. :-t on the campaign deliv-
ered campaign Co Chairman
Ernes ':^. MO a review and
ratifici i of several Important
actions 'aken by the KxecutiveJ
el Federation since the
(if Governors meeting
An c-to-the-minute report on
the prnt situation with regard
to irrrrigration overseas work,
with wMefl the Combined Jew-
ish A: real campaign is closely
,. alliec "irough the United Jew-
* ish Appeali will be presented at
(he rr,*ing.
has announced that
meeting has been set
H. bj esentativaa of the com
lalions agencies on the
1 Supreme Court ruling
relij n In the public schools
.action- which may be
l-i that this meeting of the
Boar iovernors "ill be an im-
Some 500 people crowded the French and Jade Rooms of the
Fontainebleau Hotel at a recent joint meeting of the Brandois
District of the Zionist Organization of Ameiica and Jewish
National Fund. Tribute was paid to members of the district
and their president, Ezra Finegold, "for their outstanding el-
fort on behalf of JNF." Tova Roni, noted Israeli singer and
entertainer, is shown teaching a new Israeli dance to (left to
right) Gil Rappapoit, director of the Southeast Region ZOA,
Alvin Sciiiif .and Stanley Karp, Miami Beach Young Adult
Zionist leaders.
Annual Meeting
Plans Advance
Leon Kaplan, chairman of the;
25th anniversary annual meeting
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration at the Seville Hotel on
May 26, this week announced plans j
for the event which will be co i
sponsored by Federation and its
local affiliate agencies.
"The agencies have agreed to
Mold abbreviated annual meetings
prior to the Federation meeting,
and then join in with us at this
outstanding event." Kaplan said.
A unique musical production,
cm i 11 e d "Federation Coloring
Book." will discuss Federation at
Its inception 25 years ago. as well
as the work of the local agencies.
"The Coloring Book" was written
b\ Trixie Levin, who is produc-
ii g the show with a cast of com-
munal leaders active in the pro-
gress of Federation and its af-
filiated agencies.
Committee chairmen for the
May 26 event are Mrs. Lou Gold-
man, arrangements; Mrs. Sydney
M. Schwartz, attendance; Mrs.
Aaron Farr. hostesses; Dr Joseph
Lebowilz is Speaker
Walter Lebowilz, Miami Beach
attorney, addressed the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge at. a
luncheon meeting on Tuesday at
the Lincoln Lane Restaurant.
Title of the speech was "You and
Miami Beach."
Wartime Nazi Files
Appeal of Conviction
Kcasion in conjunction
v itli programs for the 25th
annivei > of the Greater Miami
Jewis deration," Lefcourt nol-
I'd
Jewist Worship Hour
Rj I :. Solomon Schiff, of Con-
...ttii d Beth El. vice president
el the Kabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, will host the
Jewish Worship Hour" on Ch. 10
this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. He will
anniversary of Israel's Independ
S ence
BONN (JTA) The public
prosecutor's office filed an appeal
this week for a review of the sen-
tences imposed by a jury court
here last week against 12 former
SS guards convicted of complicity
I in the wartime murders of some
180.000 Jewish men. women and
children in the Chelmno camp
1 near Lodz in Nazi-occupied Po-
land.
Six of the defendants were sen-
! teneed to prison terms at hard lab-
I or ranging from three to 15 years.
1 The other six, while found guilty,
1 were not sentenced to prison bc-
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"Children'" will be the topic of
several discussions conducted at
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Wednesday, May l. at Temple Is-
rael.
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limb School Students," and "Spec-
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cause their crimes were not con-
sidered sufficiently grave by the
| jury court to justify the minimum
three-year term for such crimes, i
The prosecutor's action indi-
cated the sentences were regard-
ed as too light. Defense attorn-
eys also filed appeals against
the sentences. The defendants
had been charged with murder-
ing Jews in gas vans and by
shooting as well as general abuse
' and mistreatment of the prison-
ers from 1941 to 1943. The trial
i lasted six months.
In Flensburg. Martin Fellenz, a
former major in the Nazi SS who
was convicted and sentenced to
four years at hard labor for com-
I plicity in the mass murder of
Jews and then released, w as ar-
rested again on similar charges.
1 Fellenz, a 58-year-old business-
man, was tried on charges of hav-
ing directed the removal of Jews
from five Polish towns during the
1 Nazi occupation. He was charged
with complicity in the deaths of
4(1.000 Jews in the Krakow area.
The Augsburg Government Lab-
or court rejected an appeal by
Otto Roesch from his dismissal by
the Social Insurance Institute for
Schw aben for a public expression
of approval of Hitler's slaughter
of European Jewry. Roesch, 55,
chairman of the Augsburg section
ci Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's
Christian Democratic Union, was
dismissed without notice from the
Institute.
The Hamburg Provincial Court
opened disciplinary action against
Dr. Rudolph Schiedermair to de
ttrmine whether he concealed his
participation in Nazi terror judg
; ments in occupied Norway at the
time he entered the Bavarian lega
service. Schiedermair, who was
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Car.tor's Association of Greater Miami honors
ttjchaxcj Tucker, world-renowned Metropolitan
Oper."-. tenor and cantor, at the second in a
series of seminars held recently on Miami
Bear.-. Seated 'left to righO are Cantors David
Co;;v;ser, Temple Beth Sholom; Richard
Blpwn. Temple Judea; Saul Breeh. Temple Ner
Tpmjd: Richard Tucker; Abraham Seil, Knes-
eth Israel; Louis Cohen, Israelite Center. Stand-
kia v'.eh to right' are Cantors Jacob Koenigs-
berg, William Royal. Eli Samuels, Hirsch Ad-
ler, Temple Emanu-El; Gershon Levin, Coral
Way Jewish Center; Sheldon Kodner. Temple
Beth Am; Ernest Steiner. Eeth Sholem of Holly-
wood. Not shown are Cantors Jacob Born-
stein, Temple Israel. Ben-Zion Kirshenbaum,
Beth Torah Congregation; Yehudah Heilbiaun,
Hollywood Temple Sinai; William Lipson, Beth
David; and Edward Klein, Temple Menorah.
Torah Umesorah Director to be Guest
Speaker at Academy PTA Meeting
D~ Joseph Kanunetsky. na-
tional director of Torah Imosor
ah. the National Society for He-
Da] j-ihools. will be the
. leer at the Hebrew Acad-
PTA annual spring meet
AJ at S |
neetinfl will be held in the
! > auditorium a: 2400 Pine
Dr
TA will hold the meeting
in injunction with the 15th birth-
. state of Israel and the
finals in the school's annual ora-
tor... & contest. Winters of the
Hen: Academy's Science Fair
v4* altt be announced.
Kaminetsky i> editor of
'Th< Jewish Parent." The maga-
published DJ the National
ion of Hebrew Day School
PTAd >: which he is educational
linator
'-. graduate of Yeshiva College
and Caachen Ciille.ce. Columbia
Unit :-.:>. Kaminetskj .- an aaao-
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Mrs. Mildred Dearr. president
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United Nations. The Daily Ex-
press said the plans for British-
American intervention were drawn
up. due to the dangerous situation
in Jordan.
Dispatches from Cairo received
here reported that the Egyptian
press "can hardly contain it>
pleasures" in reporting the cur-
rent pro-Nasser demonstrations in
Jordan. The influential C
newspaper "Al Gnmhouria" was
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Palestinians who fired the -
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Bcrakot. 63.
jn the fUff wktTf there il a
lr.idVr. ''' 'u)f s"t '" become d
. ler.
*
Bcrakot, 63.
(n (/;< place U'here [here is mi
strive io hecome a leader.

Menabot, '09.
Before I mm* ejected t<> head the
: / would have thrown to the
lionj anyone u-ho icould hair tug'
I to me io become a candidate.
mj election, 1 would throw
i:, water on anyone who would
5 ii t?:ut i resign.
*
Arakin. I 7.
leration, lu\c leadei
*
Taamit, 24.
di can the great on do ij
ii dtn n ..
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r^eligious Every Working Synagogue
Is for the Use of Travelers


^/liiow t/oiir
ongreaationt
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
rvmple .ludcii began aa the Cor
Gablea Jewish Center with a
i, leus oi some 27 familit's. Rab-
Ubert MicheK thou director of
ihe llillel Foundation ;it the Util-
ity of Miami, and Robert
Bergman, then a student rabbi
Irom the Hebrew Union College m
Cincinnati, were its first spiritual
guides.
In 1949, Rabbi Morris A. Skop
as called liom Orlando, Fla., to
income the congregation's spiri-
tual leader. On Sunday, July 17,
1949, groundbreaking ceremonies
inaugurated the erection of the
building at 320 Palermo Ave., Cor-
;.! Gables, which, with subsequent
I dditions, is the present site of
Temple Judea.
Members of the congregation
>till reminisce fondly about the
physical efforts many of them,
< specially Herbert Gelernter and
Sam Schulefand, expended in this
< nterprise, pouring concrete and
laying block. Since August, 1960,
Hie Temple's spiritual leader has
In en Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Temple Judea is a Reform con-
gregation affiliated with the Union
"I American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. Rabbi Podet is active in
Central Conference of American
Rabbis, the national organization
|ol reform rabbis.
The Temple provides its 300
[families with a full range of con-
gregational services: religious ser-
vices, a ten-year weekend school
program culminating in confirma-
tion, a five-year midweek Hebrew
program, adult education courses,
fan active Sisterhood, Men's Club,
Cotillion, Scouting for boys and
cirls, a Temple Youth Group af-
iliated with the National Federa-
tion of Temple Youth, special reli-
jiou.8, social and cultural events.
The present officers of the Tem-
Me include Mi. Herbert Gelernter,
president; Mrs. Frank Toback,
istcrhood president; Abelt Jacob-
Inn, Men's Club president.
By RABBI MORDECAI PODET
Temple Judea
With appropriate fanfare a
, new institution is being introduc-
ed to American Jewry. The New
York Board of Rabbis has almost
, completed negotiations with the
New York Port Authority and
Idlewild Airport regarding a plan
to build and operate a synagogue
at the airport.
The synagogue, intended for
the use of travelers, is expected
to be in operation by 1964. It will
serve those who, because of flight
delays or inconvenient schedules,
find themselves at the airport at
times when they would normally
be at worship. Passengers en
route Sabbaths or holidays will
be accommodated there. And per-
haps a sort of "airport religion"
akin to "foxhole religion" may
had some passengers ho would
not normally seek a synagogue to
stop in for a quick prayer before
s
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Information to be included in the Religious Services coru mtst be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not la*er
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be retunicJ as proor of
their lateness.
KALBI MOKDtCAl PODET
... the trovcler
takeoff timeas a sort of additional insurance.
Soon. then, for the Urst time in Jewish history, there will exist a
synagogue to serve the traveler, exclusively.
And yet. not really the first. For every synagogue that truly ful-
fills its purpose is exclusively for travelers. Those who are truly alive
spiritually and mentally travel all their lives from idea to idea, from
goal to goal, from enterprise to enterprise, as well as from circum-
stance to circumstance. To the extent that we are truly living and
not merely existing, we are travelers with destinations, known and un-
known, with visions born and waiting to be born, with goals somewhere
aheaddimly perceived or finely focused.
Only the person of meager understanding imagines that he has
found a final understanding of life, of God, of himself. The true syna-
gogue is one that serves man as a traveler on his life's journey.
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HUUKT GtLlHNTlH
Temple Judea president
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it that the Cantor changes
his location in the midst of
the Friday eve service by
moving from center "Bimah"
to the front rostrom (Amud?)
This is generally explained as a
; demonstration of the fact that the
first part of the Friday evening
! service in the synagogue was not
! an integral part of the divine ser-
vice for the evening; but only a
kind of festive inauguration of the
Sabbath. Thus its component
parts (the six Psalms, followed by
i the "L'Choh Dodi* poem, and then
Psalm 92) arc not chanted by the
cantor from the same place at
which the cantor regularly stands
for the regular services.
There are some who claim that
* the movement of change on the
; part of the Cantor from the cen-
tral altar to the front rostrum is
an indication that he originally
moved back to welcome the Sab-
bath as a desired guest and then
accompanied the Sabbath forth to
the front of the synagogue. It is
also claimed that the advent oi
the Sabbath brings us that much
closer to the holiest part of the
synagoguei.e., the holy ark
which is at its forefront. We thus
I reach our holiest position in life
with the coming of the Sabbath.
i
Why are two prayers which begin
with the words "Y-Kum Pur-
kan" (May the Salvation) re-
cited aftter the Torah reading
on the Sabbath morning sen,
vice?
Basically, the order follows a
certain logical pattern. The read-
ing of the Torah on the Sabbath
was introduced so as to give the
congregation an opportunity for
study. The first and main body
of text is that of the Pentateuch.
This contains the basic laws, and
i teachings of our faith. This is
; then followed by the reading from
the prophetic literaturegiving
I the second aim of the Torah read-
! ingi.e., to implant in us the faith
, that those prophetic visions seen
Thii page is prepared in
I cooperation with die Spiritual
Leaders of [lie Greater Miami
Rabbinical A>- i.
.'.Mil.I man A L1PSCH1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABHI sol OMON SCHIFP
Gent of Wisdom

m in', i 4u, .um 'i i" i i' n"i^a
GEMS OF WISDOM
Mtuic i a universal language,
md need not be translated. W'uli
it. soul Sfta\s la soul. MJRBACH.

Musti ,'.. Whel
ed b> .. child in :: stammering, or
'iv a crude he son m crude speech,
or the cultivated m ardent, witty
.,).. Heai i > to thew
loin equal lov id etui w to each
.. .i lexi the iks.
HO I Its I

T u hole w< Id u nothing more
(ban a m| .. id i .i..u mg he-
fore ilii I i. 0 le W< ised be He.
/::,.. j, H 'be/on Him
in,; etl Torah ;> a
musical note. her;.
............ :> i i. n. ...:-...a.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Pilday 8:43 p.m, Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The Way to Godliness."
1:30 p.m. Yiddish lecture: "Kthlcs oi
the Father*."
BETH OAViO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. L'Pson.
I rlday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 9 m
Services both day* conducted by
I iiis (I Syimgogut V i uli.
...
BETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Sen."
Pi Ida' 8 "" o.lii H i .'., \ s :! m hi.
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p. nil. in Mine))

BETH EMETH. Kr.O NW Cnd Jt
Conservative R.ihiu Simon April
Cantor H/irtpn F r
1 .1 \ s ". "II
inii. |icnd< i.i s .
BETH ISRAEL. JoO Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
-
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Oithodox. R.ihbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice M.imches.
l-'i iiln;. 6:30 j -. i,. Saturday n.m.
>. rmol I- Hi. i ,i Limit to the
i: ghtd ol I n. I 'l. i :;v '
EETH KODESH "1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
1 i lIllV > |fi II III
s. ilium. An K\ il Tonnue. 1:80 p.m.
'Kiliii s ..I ..in- I .uli. i '.ii |l in
siuiii.us Seudofl nermon: "Do No!
Sepni .iii- > ounti If."
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
Krlduj 8:30 |i.m. Saturdaj 9 ft.m.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
----
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
i I'liiiny s::i p.m. Sermon: "Maturity
i- iVdjuxtment to Change." Pus Mlts-
' \nh: Sharon, daughUT of Dr. and
'.Mis .link Wolfe. Saturday 8:48 a.m.
Bar Mltavah: Mark, on "f Mr. and
Mi- Stanley Gintla; Stephen, Bon "f
Mr. and Mi-- i :.iii iii Shantsia,
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday s:::o (,.m. Sermon: "laraell In
Dependence towards Interpendenee."
I'hs Mltavah: Konna, daughter "f Mr.
niui Mis. Ueorgi Stahl. Saturdaj
8:45 him
by the prophets will sonicday
tome true.
Following this prayer, Y-kum
Turkan, is recited asking the di-
vine blessing on all the teachers
and scholars of the Torahi.e.,
those who have developed and pro-
mulgated the next step in Jewish
learningthe Talmud and its in-
terpretation. Since, when seeking
Divine blessings, Jewish tradition
insists that they he sought for all
so as to promote universal good
and not just the welfare of some,
a second pn.ycr (Y-kum Purkey
May the Salvation) is recited seek
ing blessings for all the people of
Israel.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
I rlday s:l3 p.m. Sermon; "Securing
i-r.i. I'm i- i'ii-. ." Saturday 8:10 :i m.
Sermon: "I'ort-lon of the week." Bar
Mltavah: Stephen, aon "f Mr, and
.Mi- Hai ry r.m-liU iu.
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday ':!" p.m. Sermon: "Portion
.,1 ihe Week." Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Min.Iin 8:43 pin.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conse-vative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Krlday '''*' p.m. Saturdaj 8:45 a.m.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander &. |
Gross.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. R.ibbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
I-: Idaj Jo p.m. Saturdaj K .'."
Sermon: "In Honor 'if larael'a Inde-
. n.I. in '
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MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mod-
ern Tradition.il.
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DHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
nian.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
tt. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
I ridaj s :n p.m. Sermon: "larai l
13." Service* conducted bj iii-i
grade Hebrew Scl.....l atudent*. tmeg
Shabbal in-sis: Parenta "f the stu-
Saturdaj 9 a.m. Student* of
advanced Hebre w111 paitlclpate In
-. r\ i. -
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TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi
Morris Berger.
, I* riilay 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "A Se
I.. Israel." Saturday : a.m. Mincha I
i '. : p, in.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5050 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
i*ii.i.i> R 80 p.m. Sermon: "Portion
Hi.- Week." Oueal itpeaker. Bar-1
. nard Wekalor, chairman, Beth Am
committee mi community affa
Topb.....rin- Righl to Work vs. C*om-
ptilaorj I'nlonlam." Saturday 11:15
a.m. Bar Mltavah: Ronald, eon "f Mr. ,
unit Mr- 1'hll Uivila.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday 8:15 p.m. \*,-w nfii.-.-i-s gnd
inisi.,- will be iii5-iall.il. Saturdaj
ii a.m.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland '
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
stiuctionist. Rabbi Morris BkOD.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM o* -oil>-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservativs
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Steiner.
Friday s:S0 p.m. Junior etioil!
iireaenl a ci ta In honor -i -
uf larael's I5tti birthday. '- I
In Cantoi Steiner, narration by -. -
,. M< ndelow iiz.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Ciass
ave. Libeial. Rabbi Leon Kron.
C.mtcr Dnvid Convlser.
' i 5 i.n Sermon i "..- On -
I Mm r i t Ii I: i r:!. I
. ., 10:45 i
V.ltxvah: Si ---ii ol Ml Mi -.
S rtln K
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TFMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 22 ave. Conservative. Raooi S.
Frldaj '" Uuesl
iltorm
I -iu I
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TEMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 WahlO0-
ton ave. Conservative. RaDi
Lchrmar- Cantor Hirsii Adler.
s -1hii)a
liar Mill n
.' in. Rob) '
11-.. and M Er In Roa<
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 0:" it
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstem.
Friday Bern
i lid, Ev< r X. *
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palern-c ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet Cantor H. Richard Browen-
Friday 8:13 ; n. Sermon: "M<
in the I -if.- Men and Si I
Saturday 10:80 a.m. Bar MltsvsVr
Line Ri in --n of Mr. and Mr Al-
fred Swlren.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 76th it
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Ao-arr-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klem.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Has Mttsvah: Pe
ny, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs, D
s. Mill. r. Saturday a.in. 8oMn
"Portion "f thi Law." Bar Mitxvar,
Randy, eon of Mr. and -Mis. '.v.
Malcolm.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ani
Tatum Waterway. Modern Trd .
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
i'i-iii n- s:13 p m. Sermon: -
Flfteenlb Innlveraary." <>"-' -ha:-
bat huMted i Mr. and Mri Lou
itoblen In honor i f hie *8rd bin tide
,'taturdaj N ;-, a.m. Bai Mlti -al
: Michael, mm of Mr. and Mrs. Mir -
, ray Mos. t.
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TEMPLE SIVAI OF NORTH M AV .
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy
Frldaj 8:15 Sei mon
in Ami can History-" Elsjhl
Htudenta of I Hi Ti mple'n I eWi -
School ill conduct a proan ^l:.
, iii in a in i 'an history. 8aro-dS
. in Bar MJtavah: Mark, son t Mr,
I alui Mrs. N"i- an Berman.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rafcti
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lt'ne-.
Klein.
Frldaj '"-
hoal Mis. Hj man iIroaa l
:i a.m.
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TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamo-a ave.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Be.
Dickson.
Friday 8:is p m. Sermon: \
inn- Gift." Saturday vL'. a Si -
ti on: "C'lea neaa and Its Mi.....
to the !"
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th *.
Conservative Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Fi Idaj Id Sern on "TI
..I Hollnem and Cleanliness." t
daj 8:3(1 a.m Itar Mltavah: v .:!:.,
s..ii .,r Mr. an I Mrs. [ra Lid
---- ----
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Olantz.
Fi iilay v:t'> p "i Sei mon: "
Blous Natloi .....s Shabbal <
s -i. rl.....'i i ds v "8 a.m
..ii portl the Wi \
dush boat: Mr, and Mrs Harrv iu---
enbent, In honor .f Rrandson, :..ir
w ii..-.- r. ir m -. .ih was held Si
Juan, iv k. branl is .-. n II
and Mr-. >;i i. Roaenborff;.
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VEHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Mtrtoi
Shaiowitz. Cantor Maurice Veu.
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 9 Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Frfdaj 8:S0 n Saturdi y a .
Si i iii' .n: is Indi p. '
Mincha 8:80 pvm.
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TEMPLE B NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Rabbi Nathan H.
Zwitman.
Frldaj I Sermon: "Partnera
wilh God rl.-.-Iiuii of 'i*,.i.
Ones Shabbal host: StateiiNx
uidaj 9 -i.in.
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I Write as I Please
By CAM ALPWT

Straws in the Wind Show Better Russian Ties With Israel
Haifa
ulUCH has been written of late
" regarding the Soviet attti-
tude to the Jews. Notice has
been taken that the harsh pen-
alties imposed for economic
crimes have!
in the main |
been directed I
against Jews, j
The ban on the!
prov i s io n of!
matzot for Pass-1
over was ad-1
duced as fur-
ther and most |
recent evidence
to the Jewish
seems to be no let-up Soviet
military aid to Egypt and Syria.
The picture hardly looks prom-
ising.
Yet we should not lose smht
of the fact that Soviet diplomacy
of antagonism
people. There
is never necessarily characteriz-
ed by what in the West would be
called consistency. Policy is dic-
tated by what appears to be in
the best interests of the Soviet
Union at any given moment, even
though such policy may appear
to contradict principles previously
held.
And it is on this basis, rein-
forced by straws in the wind,
that I can see a radical change
impending in Russian attitude
to Israel. In my opinion, this
change will be manifested by
marked increase in commercial
relations with Russiaor by the
beginning of a small but definite
stream of immigration from
Russia to Israelor both.
The Israeli writer, Yizher
Smilansky. visited the Soviet
Union last year and reported on
his meetings with Jews. There
have been many such visitors,
and the reports they have brought
back are conflicting. Even Smi-
lansky's picture has its black
aspects. But he reports one con-
versation which is striking in its
impact* A middle-aged Jew,
speaking to him almost breath-
lessly in Yiddish, said to the Is-
raeli: "You are only two million.
That's not enough. But we here
are three million. That makes
five million Jews; and together
we can beat the Fascist Nas-
ser."
The emotional band which links
the Jews of Russia to Israel is
unmistakable. It is no secret
from the authorities in Moscow.
Attempts to discourage it or sever
it have failed abysmally, and
have served only to accentuate
the relationship Were the gates
of Russia to be opened to Jew-
ish emigration there is little
doubt what the result would be.
In this connection, it is not
without significance that the
usually well informed and politi-
cally astute president of the
World Zionist Organization, Nah-
um Goldmann, told an audience
at Ashdod not long ago that he
hopes to be able to announce in
the near future the good news
of immigration from Russia.
Israel Minister of Finance
Levi Eshkol voiced similar op-
timism in connection with com-
mercial relatons last month. He
saw the possibility of improved
trade relations with Moscow in
the none-too-distant future.
Khrushchev is no fool. Na>.
ser's double-talk has not hood-
winked him at all. Arab 'clev-
erness'' in playing off .Moscow
against Washington is quite ob-
vious, but when Nasser gives the
impression that he ha* the Rus-
sians in his pocket, ani can car-
ry on his international Intriquej
with the confidence of absolute
Russian support under any cir-
cumstances. he is Stretching his
luck too far. Khrushchev mii-t
inevitably resent this air ot in-
surance by the Napoleon on the
Nile .The time is rapidly an.
proaching when Moscow must
serve notice that its support for
the Arabs can not be iken tor
granted.
It is against this background
that one can venture to predict
a shift in Russian policy. n ay
be intended only to slap dc n
arrogant Arab presumptuoivne^
but the results will be f
favor.
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Lessons of Love: Modern Thinking, Ancient Tradition
MORE LOVES THAN ONE: The Bible Confronts
Psychiatry. By Stuart E. Rosenberg. 190 pp.
New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 18 E. 41st
St. $3.95.
T WAS A pleasure to see another book by the
spiritual leader of Canada's largest Jewish con-
gregation. Beth Tzedec Synagogue in Toronto. "The
Bible Is For You." which was reviewed here not
very long ago. was a warm, sensible book which
analyzed passages of Torah in such a way as to
throw into relief their actual pertinence to the human
situation. Now, with "More Loves Than One." Dr.
Stuart Rosenberg employs the same technique in
somewhat narrower focus.
The "psychiatry" part of the title should ex-
cite neither fear nor prurient curiosity; Dr. Rosen-
berg means it not in its dictionary sense, the med-
ical specialty dealing with disorders of the mind,
but connotatively. to indicate the intellectual range
of the theories which he Biblically confronts.
Whether or not ours is "a culture infatuated by a
philosophy which links love to the biological urges
of the pleasure-seeking principle'." or whether this
legacy may properly be said to have come from our
misinterpretation of Freudian thought, is not really
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Nasser's Pushbutton World Building Apace
THERE ARE ACTIONS the Ad
' ministration could take to [ivei
deeper meaning to President Ken I
s proclamation calling for!
observance on Apr. 21 of the 20th|
anniversary of tl \ Ghettl
Uprising.
Mr. Kennedy i oted that tlu I
Jev ish martyrs lacked "militarj
resources" but struggled "agains
the overwhelming forces of the Nazi occupiers for
more than ihroe week-, thereby providing a chap-
ter in the annals of human heroism ."
Today, the cc< no -hut- to Israel Nasser's goal,
annihilation oi Israel, is no different from that of
SS Gen. Jurgen Stroop, commander of the Nazi
forces assigned to liquidate the Warsaw ghetto.
The survivors of the Nazi holocaust and other
Israelis have no desire to die in another fiery and
doomed ghetto. They see Egypt being armed and
trained by the Soviet Union. Egypt has received
Russian offensive weapons more modern than those
removed from Cuba at American insistence. Mean-
while, Egypt is developing a new "Africa Corps"
of West German scientist* and technicians, includ-
ing Nazis, to build missiles and supersonic Messer-
schmitt jet fighters.
But the fact most difficult to live with is the
indirect subsidization by the United States of the
Egyptian military build-up. State Department of-
licials still refuse to draw a moral distinction be-
tween Democratic Israel and totalitarian Egypt and
equate the two nations as equally worthy. There
are hints that if Israel says too much about Egypt-
ian missiles, some people here might start ques-
tioning Israel's development of new weapons.
President Kennedy last year met a situation
which then existed. He authorized Israel to pur-
chase Hawk anti-aircraft missiles from the United
States. Negotiations over purchase terms arc just
ending. The Hawks are yet to be delivered.
The Hawk may be outdated even before it ar-
rives. It- purpose was to shoot down the Soviet
jet bombers acquired by Egypt. Now the Egyptians
have not only bombers but ground-to-ground missiles
and ship lo ground missiles. Israel has nothing to
stop such missiles once they are launched. Even
conventional warheads (non-nuclear; would cause
devastation of Israel's crowded coastal cities.
la-ses of Israelis would die.
The population of Israel is slightly over 2,000.-
000. Egypt has almost 30,000,000. Israel is not in-
terested in liquidating masses of Egyptians. She
has no ground-to-ground missile or any other kind
except, when it arrives, the anti-aircraft Hawk.
A gap now exists, to Israel's perilous disad-
vantage. An "escalation" of weapons systems has
occurred. Nasser no longer has to use bombeYs
to blast Israel. He needs only to push buttons and
dispatch salvoes of missiles which are unstoppable
by Hawks or anything else. The Egyptian missile
does not have to land on top of Tel Aviv's Dan
Hotel. Allenby Road will do. The Hawks will ar-
rive this year to meet last year's situation. Israel
once more lags behind.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Cardinal Bea's Eyes and Hands Tell the Story
AUGUSTINE CARDINAL BEA, Chief
^* Vatican spokesman on Chri
unity, i- ne of the most liberal eccles
es in the Catholic Church]
and e 'i unity an
religious diversity. He is also univer-
sally reputed as an "ohev Israel."
Iriend of the Jevs in the niicNt of a
world that still n preach]
of brotherhood ami love of neighbor of
; II skins and skeins of faith. His deep humanity was
especially felt at the Ecumenical Council, convened at
the Vatican last October by Pope John XXIII
Great men, .-aid the British essayist Carlyle, make
history. What manner of man is this Cardinal who is
on the way to making religious history? I could never
hope to meet such a dignitary even if I were a Christian.
But I have come within sufficient distance of him to
make a judgment.
It was at a dinner tendered for the Cardinal by the
American Council for the International Promotion of
Democracy under Cod. I stood at the bottom of the
stairs as Gov. Rockefeller escorted his eminence to the
reception, a position which enabled me to look at two
physical facets which to me more often than not tell
the inner story of man, any man. He has a kindly face
I thought. Then I looked at his hands and they were
good hands, hands that were born to minister.
important. What is important is that the author
revivifies the oldest insights and thus Uhimin re-
new ones.
For love relationships of self, familv md
neighbors remain the same. A pen- rating
psychological analysis of the Adam and Eve rj
for example, turns on the resolution of the aiu I)
of being a separate, therefore free, person. The an-
swer which Adam and Eve clearly learned: 'The
answer to human separation is reunion by love."
Again, in perhaps the most fascinating discus-
sion on the love of parents and children, the Abra-
ham-Isaac story is probed to yield up its lc tl
conflict. Wcllisch had written earlier: "This (
mand (to sacrifice Isaac) emanated from the .
source which formerly imposed the powerful re-
pression of aggressive impulses but now it appar
cntly coincided with them. It cruelly allowed /
ham to reenact his primitive infanticidal wish.- tut
at the same time it forbade him to inch:1,: in
them." The psychological interpretation ii
"Abraham was in danger of loving God so m
he would have destroyed his own son, in the nan
that love." and relationship of the Bible's r<-
tion of the Oedipal complex to "messiank
exemplify the method of Dr. Rosenberg's
approach.
The lessons ol love, never fully undent! : I
yet learned, become clearer with this book, a
em thinking presses ancient tradition to yield,
the grape, the head) wine ot it- significan
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SjnOLAR
New Dictionary Edition
BLENTY OF JUSTIFIED Je l( I cril
eism was voiced against the Vl< i
riam-Webster Third New Uteri
Dictionary when it was published aboul
two years ago. Certain definite
fecting Jews were objection ii
provoked protests. The excuse-
by the editors were lame and not con-
vincing at all. I was therefore inter-
1 ested to see whether these often?, r. e defi-
nitions appear also in the new Webster's Seventh -Join g*
iate Dictionary published this week by Merriam Co J.
The new collegiate dictionary, so the publisln '"
us, is based on the Third New International Dictionary
to which Jews have taken objection. However,
pleasant to establish that this new dictionary is fro fn m
the derogatory "explanations" given in the Thiri New
International edition. Furthermore, it is even free from
similar objectionable "explanations" carried in earlei
editions of the same Collegiate Dictionary. Yoi will not
find there the "explanation"carried in an earlier edi-
tionthat the verb "jew" means "to overreach DJ sharp
practice or trickery."
Nor will you find there anymo-e that the word "jew"
is "used approbriously in allusion to practice i op ted <
the Jews by those who dislike them." The word 'race '
Is also carefully eliminate.I in defining a Jew, and thfl
emphasis is laid on religion rather than on race Man>
-. 'II. of course, disagree with the definition given in the
11 v dictionarj thai a Jew is one who > "' '"
a nation existing in Pale-tine from the 6th C6 itu
I i 'lie i-t century ad." They will argue ths I JewS
have never ceased to exist as a Dal
Hut on the whole, the new ed lioi f 'he > 0 giate
Dictionary will he welcomed. It ..nc- 'lot on. I sev-
eral definitions of the word Jew and carefully .voids
latory nuances. It includes a : ::mber ot Hebrew
words which were not included in tin earlier cdii as of
the same dictionary. It lists for the first time the Re-
public of Israel and. in its biographic addenda of over
5.000 persons who made history, David Ben-GuriOfl pr&
sented as the Prime Minister of Israel. W


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toi ol Veterans Affairs, an Officer of
the In t.-d St:.t. .1 \ni. lea, and ^
in- succest
lhi -;l:t.-,
Plaintiff,
\.-.
II.MPii.l' M Pit \-; il. ux, i al
11. f. ndai
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO M IROI.D M l'i: VSfcJR al d
Fl.' iREXCE M i: VSEU
l lo ".th Stn
i "ainl.ridu. Massachusetts
YOC \l:K HEREBY XOTIHKD that
i,.,- Im ,m brought agalnsl ^ ;
bj .1 S tSLEASoN, JR., as Admlnls-
\ i. ;,n- Vffairs, nn til fici i
..i iii. I'nited States ol Vmerlca, and
his mi..... In sii h offlci md his
or thi Ir a Ksign losi a morl -
gage i-ncumberina the following des
d propi i <>. tii-wll.
I...I |5, Ulo I. I, nl .TTl.KIt RI1X5K,
SFX'TION THREE, according t" the
plat t|, i, of, ri di d In rial Book
, ,-:, the public 11 i ..I.i-
ot Dade County, Florida;
ami you are required lo file your an-
.,* i vi iii in. : k of Hi. 'Ircull
I'ouri !" Dade County Klurlua. at the
Courthouse in Maid. KTorldu, on or
before May 15, 1963, and to serve a
...|.\ of such answer upon .\l\Klts.
HFILUAN, KAPLAN ft CATSMAN,
I'laintlfl attorneys, whose address Is
i-.i.i.t.-iifty Itniiiiin-. 1156 8.W. First
Street, Miami 16, Florida, OH Of be-
-ai.i dati a- ii quired b) the
a ... I kit Ida. If v -ii fall to do so,
thi plaint ill ho taken as con-
.. -. \..i and -i Decree Pro Con-
fesso will lie entered against you for
the r.!i. i demanded In the complaint.
DATED this 8th day of April, IMS.
i: ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol the
Ircull Court, DadeVounty, Florida
,-, all Its C. P. c< IPELAND
Di put) Clerk
Mi. -. Heiman, Kaplan .V: latsiiian
i.i, i .n -kiiij Uulidtng
11aii s.W. First Street
Miami 16, l-"l..ri.i.i
l 12-11-26, '
NOTICE UNDER
FICITITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, dealrlng to angsce In
i lalneaa under the fictitious name "f
Aiiti'uliT KAUlu SERVICE at Mi-
ami, intend to register said name
lth the Clerk of the Circuit Court
..i Dade County, Florida.
HERMANN QELLER
OUIDO KI.IAS
l 5, 12, 19, !6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59155-A
In |tK: Bstat< of
JOHN MILTON DIMM,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All and All Persons Hav-
ur i'.in. il!- Agalnat Saul
i i
Vou nre horebj notified and requir-
,ii liiima and demanda
\, in ii ii bj hav< against the
stati :' JOHN MILTON I'IMM de-
! inti .i i i.nie i 'ountv, Florida, ,
to ih. County Judges ..f Had. Coun-
n.l fill th. same In duplicate and
rovld.-i] n Section 733.16, Florltla
Statutes, in their office* In the Coun-
. in 1 de County, Flor-
ida, calendar months from
th. time of the first publication here-
Mi. -am. will be barred.
i-ii.d at Miami, Florida, thla ttn
dn\ of K| rll, A D. 1963.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
\- Bxecutor
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
\- icrni foi F-X" cutor
mi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ii, business under the fictitious name
..f FAMOCH REACT? COLLEGE OF
\n\MI REACH at number 832 Lin-
coln Road in the city ..f Miami Beach.
Florida, im. mis to register the Bald
name with the Clerk of th Circuit
of I Mil. County, Florida,
i ..ii. d at Miami Bi acn, Florida! thla
29th dav ..I'M.mil 1963
SKI.K' IB SCHl H >L8, INC.
KOVNER .\ MANNHF3IMER
Atn..rn..- for Applicant
l .".. 12, 19, -''
- >,,...,. |1 | I I II 'Il lll-IMIIII.il. |.... ,-.-.. .
AlnsU-y Building, Miami, vi.i. |ne ,all| w|1, ,,, ,..,,.,,,.
i i-'-i'.'--". '. ,i,,.,,,!,.,,, |,.,> been admittei
In
\
' IV II' -
DISTR1BCTORS, IN"1"
K. INC.
4 a. 1L\ 17,
26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
K IS IIKKKItY GIVEN that
i. i-iuii-d. dcsiriim tn engage In
fictitious name *<
sr i ipiijlvtu, nil ^^i"1
ii. iii ah, .. In" '' to
i i .nn, with the CI< rk of
in Court ..f \>.n\.- County,
IP wrr \ JOHNSON
,..,.., F'RANCBH KRAMER
r-HONlN
1 for Juanita Johnson
K r
I l^, 19, 26, 5 3
I
\.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
CK is ill: i; i-: i: v GIVEN that
ins tn engage In
rtciitiou
' I'Rl '< I VRMS al I 100 To
Ci i.il i tables, Florida, in-
ihi ii.im.- with the
in ait Court of Dado
my, i-:.
.,.,., JPLIAN WRINKLE
HEIMAN, KAPLAN
VTSMAN
oi i iii.hi Welnkle
l 12-19-H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 13779
ll VMBCRG SAVINGS BANK
Plaintiff,
IV VDE APXIER and PEGGY
AI'XI Kit hli wlf( i \
M.KI.i.Y SARA IKNKINB, F-D-
Mill ZIMMERMAN, EDWARD
\\i i ./. KENNETH : Itl'SSBLL
,. i i: I RB VRA .' RI SSELL
Ills WIfi
11. f. ndant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: \N ADE VI XIER and PEtt.},
M X|| i: his wife, RESIHF.NCE
INK M >\\ N, If ..;i' and ii di ad,
the mkl ivn heirs, del
uranti :'"1 cred-
, .. .-,... ,| other cl liniant-
ming by, tl rough, under or
against any of the above named
defendants who are deceased
You are herebj notified thai the
Rl, ^. eaptl med a< I on has been in-
-linn, d agaiiiHl you in the < ircuit
Court of the Blevi nth Judicialit ir-
cull of Florida in and for Dade < oun-
t\ to fun i !'- a mortgage hi..... the
following described real Bprperty-
I ,,, | | ip,.-k 4. DIXIE EBTATEH
1- IRST ^l 'I d'i'l' iN a i.. oi .1. d m
Plat B........ I'aj in >l the Pitb-
ii,- r......i- of !'.. Ii County, i I-
Ida, together with Hotpolnt
k.ii .-. Modi RU i ,|"'i' ,"' ''
frlgerator Model BR11, Hotpolnt
W ., her M.sJel i.il II.
You are reottlred to file your an-
t,, plaintiff's omplalnl ivlth the
Clerk of !.. Id Court, and
then of upon piaiiuni -
attoi i
MARTIN
1 lib Fit" r Dade
Mia
not later than Ma
i -i.. Confi
agalnsl you
K |: :.|.; \ |-HF:RM W
Or, il; Court
By c X-' M'l.i:
ity Clerk
V VRTIN FINE
Attorney for Plalntlft
i .. i. i
Mi.in. .,.
I 12-19-26,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iii.i: IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
ih, und, feigned, desiring to engage In
busln, -.- und, the fictitious name ..f
VRRoW DENTAL SCPPLY at 1316
N". \ thin ^ -i. Miami Beach :<:'.
F'ia.. Intends to register said nami
u i ), k .f the i 'ircull 'oui t "i
I lad.- i' mm) ii.....Id i.
helf:nb gi-vcber
HEYMi ii l: LONDON
Attornei and agent for
II. I. ii. ilia
I 12-19-26, ". 3
IN THE COUNTr JuOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58654A
RE Estate of
VIII! Ml VM M BELAIEF, a k a
ABRAM M. BELAIEF
......- .1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T, AH 'r, or* nnd All P< rsons Hav-
Ins i",. -. in-i Saul Estate:
\,, bj notified and re-
claims ami de-
miindii vi'U mas have against
,l ,- VBR.VHAM M HEL-
\ .. U1K vil M. BELAIEF
, .., a it, of I lade County, F lor-
,,;., .. mty Judges of I', fle
, III. -am. ill dupll-
- ..\ id. .i in Section 733 l'i.
it, -. in ih. r offices in
Ih, ... ihouse In l 'ad. 'oun-
, Fl 'i'. within six calendar
months from th. time ..f the first
eof, or the same win
i. ,i Miami, Florida, this
das ol Apr I, V.D. 1963.
\l :. ROTHKOPP
\- FJxei itor
n ..i i Ins notli.'
\ .rll. 1963.
HARRY ZIKERNICK
Vtti i '' i ntor
.!. m ami Beach
I.., l-, l.'. -"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 58692 C
In RE: Estate of
JACOB KLE1NMAN
I i. i a.-.d
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTER FIST ICD IN
Till; ESTATE OF BAID
1 lEI 'El lENT,
Yon are hereby notified that a
written Instrument purporting lo be
t of said
I tn pro-
Pat, in said Court. Vim are hereby
commanded within six calendai
months from the dale of the first
publication of this notice to appear
in mid Court and -ln.u cause, if any
you can. why the ale Ion of -aid Court
in admitting said will to probate
should not -land unrevoked.
GEORGE T CLARK
County .indf.
MBLBA C. DICK
Clerk
First publication of this notice m.
.".th day ..f April. 1963.
HENRY M WAITZKIN
Attoi my
::...- Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida,
4 5, 1-'. 19. 26
NOTICE OF SUIT
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ^i-E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 4028
MAX LEWIS,
Plaintiff,
BELLE LEWIS,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BELLE LEWIS
i.il Patten Avenue
Long Branch, New Jerai
You are her, by notified thi I
,.f Complaint for Divorce has beet,
filed agalnat you, and you
quln ,1 P. il a cony ','f >.: VI
-u, .- oi Plea I n- i" the Bill i -. om-
iilami ..n the Plaintiffs Atjprnej
VLVIN GOODMAN, :!! aeyboiu
Building, Miami 32, Florida
the original Answer or Pleadlnc -i
the offlci of tin i'l.rk of tl). n
, .uri on o fore the SOtl o
Mm, 1963. If ^"ii fa" to do idg
m. nt by il. fault will be taki
v,, i for the relief demand) In
i::ii of i".....plaint,
This nni i shall be publl d
, .. h wei i, fo four i onsi rutlv,
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I>i>Ni: AND t>RDERBD al Ma
F loi Ida, this l?th da) "f Ap
" i: i: l.i" VTHERMAN, i
, 'ircull i'" i "adi l 'ount:
,-,.,li H c l. ALEXAN
i.. p its Cli rk
ALVIN i.i" iDM VN
J46 Seyhold Bldg,
M a ul 32, Fl .1 d i
Attoi in ) foi Plaintiff ^
1st
on
IN the county judges court
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59244C
IN RE Bat ii. of
MAE DANNA
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor-, and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Bstati
Vou ai hen l>s notified and r. -
quired i" present anj claims and de-
mands which i."i mas hay. against
the .-tat.. ..i MAE DANNA deceased
late of Dude County, Florida, t" th*
Count) lie'-. ..f I <-f\>- Count) and
file the same in duullcati I pro-
\ Ided in s-. la.n :::: 16, Florida Stat -
ites, In their offices in the "ounty
i 'ourthouse In l 'ade County, F i"i Id i
v thin -i.\ calendar montha from the
time of the first publics! Ion hi
or the same will be barred.
Dated .i Ml.imi, Florida, this 12th
da) "f April. A.I'. l";:'.
\l VRIE DANNA
As Executrix
p| |, ni..a i.f this not I,
i he : Vpt II, 1963.
Kl R r v\ ELLItM'H
Vttorn, for r.-t.r.. of Mai Danna,
l.....as, i
HIS Congress Bldg Miami. Fla.
I 19-26,
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF imE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC^iT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORiDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 2553
IDA LKRNER,
Plait '
IRVING LERNER,
IV fendnnt.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
T" I: IRVINi'. LERNER
|-,|i u n Kill St.
Mattapan :''.. Massachusetts
l'i H ARE HEREBY NOT1F
i bill of complaint ha- tx
.., ihi-t v ...i an l you arc reqti red t
-, \, a cop) of j our an.-w. :
,i, i. ii-ii pi. ad nga then ti poi
plaintiff's attorney, RAYM>NFt .1
\\ i i| K. all S, \ bold llUldil K.
::. Florida, and file thi
there,.I in th, Office "f the t'Urk i
the iii i ir i "ourt on or i- f th
20th das of May, i'."'.:'.. or a d<
pro confesso .ii be entered .i..'."'
IIATED, this Mth day of Ap
B. B. I.i:A I'HEKMAN. I
('Ircull i'.. i I. I 'ade r.unity.
(seal) C. P. COPELAND,
Deputy Clerk
l/l:'-:-. S-1
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'H"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59093-B
IN RE: Estate of
CATHERINE A HEADLEY
I i. C|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Creditors and All Persoi -
inu Clalma or Demands Agalnsl Sai
K-lali :
Vou are h, n by notified .;.! r. -
ipilr.-d t.. present an) claims
niands Which VOU may havi
Hi, state of CATHERINE A. HEAD-
i.ky .1. cl late of Dadi Count)
F" i .la. to he i "ounty Judgi
Count). and i .! 'h, same In l< at,
and as provided in Sectl
l |, i da Statut, a, in their offl i
ih. Count) Courthouse in Dad< Coun-
i\. Floi Ida, :ilini six
months from the tlmi of
publication 'i. r< of, or the u H
be b i red,
llated at Miami, Floi Ida
da) of March, \ 0
HARRIETT D1XON
\- Vdministratrig
OEt IRGE Nli'lH .I.AS
i Vttorney for \ nlstratrix
812 N w. 12th Ai,., Mian
l 19-2'
.

T.
FINE
Federal l
Ida
I .. 1963 i a
will be ii'
D,
ml
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE
No. 59022-C
Ii, RE Estati nf
.1 .-"i-M BERLIN
l... ,.. .I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
XH ,-., l|t,.rs .. .1 Ml 1'eraons Hav-
.,. or i.. in..mi- Against Said
Estat. .
^,,.. preb) imimp d ami re-
U|,-, i resent an) .lams and de-
na) have against
,!. t, IOSEPH PERLIN de-
cased Int. Dade County, Florida,
,,, | iiidg. of Dade County,
.,,.., the same in dupllcnte ai
.....elded In Peel l, Florida
-., :1. in n in the Coun-
In Mad. County, Floi -
- all ndar montha from
. of the first pubbllcation
. ,,,., will be barred
I,.,.. Ml, ml, Florida, this -ml
da) of V| 11. LD 196!
IDA -EII'I.N
,. Executrix
i | .....f this notli e on
-,
vi.AN k i.orbf:r
itrix
1: l
' |'5 12 19 I
CAPE CANAVERAL
FEDERAL SAVINGS &
LOAN ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 3585, Cocoa, Florida
4
/,*
PER ANNUM
CURRENT DIVIDEND,
COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUAllY
MARSHAU CRIER
PRESIDENT
Accounts Insured by federal Savings
and loan Insurance Corporation


Faqe 12-A
+ kmist ntrrt&n
Friday. April 23. 1963
Gurion Urges 'No Panic' Over Developments in Jordan
I frwn Peg* 1-A
Drffcw. wbo vr1Te<* ^'hiBgtor.
to *e*lu ago. and who had co=-
-^d -*ita Present Kenned},
denied press reports about a Ken-
nedy Tiranj against military
moves by Isra*: ttgsjmmt Jordan.
It was understood, nevertheless,
that, daring rs ml discv^aocs
D S. official:. Israel reiterat-
ed its concern over the grave srt-
a that might develop ic the
wake of a pesuble pra-Nasseritt
coop in Jordaneven li such
\e!opree=t were not accompanied
by the immediate entry of Egypt-
ian troops into Jordan.
U.S. officials, it was reported,
voiced the belief that Nasser
does not intend to move against
Jordan or Saudi Arabia. The
question was weighed whether
the latest developments might
have altered Washington's ap-
praisal and whether and what
steps America contemplates to
prevent the overthrow of King
Husein.
Israel's position on I
last enunciated Print
Min-ter David Ben-C.r last
November. The Israel: Premier
v arned that, if Egypt were to in-
terfere in the affairs of .- close
neighbors." Israel would fort,
ed to act
*-** n
: .-
Im h-u < ; M tCfW-ti ** >: i :**: :--|t!
To these liapjty Israeli kills there always
was aii J-ru'-l' Wonderful, isn't it.-'
They don't knou hoic Israel was born...
htm its heroic people outfought six Arab
armies
They don't knou about the Displaced
Persom Carnps either... where their mothers
and fatli'-rs were fifteen years ago.
They don't even know boot Hitler .
] torn K\ snty yean ago 6,0CX),000 innocent Jews
were dying in the Nazi slaughter.
Yet, it's wonderful A generation is grow-
ing up that will have to find out about Hitler
and the struggle for freedom in [hn history
books.
Your part in the struggle was giving
through the United Jewish Appeal. Result
you helped to save 1.200.000 lives: refugees
you brought to Israel.
Now save more lives in this memo-
rable year of I'JA's 25th Anniversary, and
Israel's 15th.
Give your increased gift to your com-
munity campaign. Then give a great "over
and above" gift to UJA's Special Fund for
New Immigrants,
We've Saved 3,000,000 lives Let's save more
25 th Anniversary Year Campaign
b united Jewish Appeal
J36.OOO.OO0 SPECIAL FUNO in addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN
If k*i I .( UNITED IStAll tf L JOINT OlSTeigUTION COMMITTEE. HEW Y0*K ASSOCIATION roe HCW AMtICANS AS0 UIITf 0 HIAS WRVICE
GIVE NOW-HELP NOW
In Israel \'. Help bring in iNs year's thousand* gi\e
initial id build 16.000 housing units.
Help unabsorbed immigrants of previous tea
1 Mi.noo immigrant farm settlers Mil! struggling,
short of economic independence i 23.000 can
it this year, if UJ.Vs goal is met).
51,000 used ad handicapped immigrants yean ing
for renewed usefulness.
33 i m need ol vocational md
youth training help.
Outside Israel Sustain 267,000 men. women I
children including:
In Europe, Moslem lands Help ihousands Oi
move and other thousands waiting their turn .
ith transpoi tattoo and reception aid, food, she
medical care and training 2$8,000 in all.
In USA, other lands Aid and resettle "
refugees.
HELP ISRAEL CONTINUE TO GROW
MAKE YOUR ANNIVERSARY YEAR PLEMi
TO COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL

G-eater Miami Jewish Federation
'317 Biscayne Blvd. Miami M. Florin
FR 3-0411
.

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the
W
ovnan s
"World
'(Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, April 26, 1963
Section B
Roosevelt Unit Elects New Officers
Mrs Harold Zelkowitz (right), auction chairman, and Mrs.
Sac.".on Schiff, publicity chairman, check over some of the
me::.-.andise at the Kinneret Chapter of Mizrachi annual auc-
tior Sjnday at the Minyonaires Hall at 8 p.m.
Kinneret Chapter Schedules
Annual Bazaar Saturday Eve
Mrs. Alvin Weinstein has been
elected president of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women.
Other leaders are Mrs. Marvin
Schoenberg, Mrs. Ben Stone, Mrs.
Edward Waronker, and Mrs. Ron-
ald Symons, vice presidents; Mrs.
David Benjamin, treasurer; Mrs.
Lester Stepner, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Sheldon Wynne, record-
ing secretary; and Mrs. Myron
Rubin, corresponding secretary.
Also Mrs. Milton Grecnberg,
scntinal guardian; Mrs. Herbert
Markowitz. historian; Mrs. Gert
Davidson. Mrs. Herbert Dubbin
and Mrs. Sol Plotkin. elected board
members.
Installation will be held Wed-
nesday, May 15, at the Airways
Motel, at 8:30 p.m.
Members of the chapter will
present "A Funny Thing Happen
ed on the Way to the Sixties" on
Sunday. 8:15 p.m.. for the Miami
Friendly Social Club at Temple
Beth El, 500 SW 17th Ave.
Mrs. Marvin Schoenberg wrote
and directed the musical comedy,
and Mrs. Ruse Galton is in charge
ol arrangements.
The show will again be present-
ed on Sunday, May 5. at the Sun
Rav Park Convalescent Home
MKS. ALVIN WflNSTEIN
No. Shore Installation
North Shore Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, will have ir.stalla
tion of officers at a brunch. Wed
resday, 11:30 a.m., at the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. Betty Teitelbaum is
incoming president.


;et Chapter, M i z r a c h i Charlotte Roth, Mrs Irene Mer-
will noil its annual auc-! melstein. Mrs. Rigi Leven.son.
Saturday night at the Min i Mrs Shirley Schiff. Mrs. Ruth
. Hall. Hirsch, Mrs. Mimi Green, and
Mildred Zelkowitz is chair Mrs. Gertrude Block.
evening, assisted by Mrs David Binkler is auctioneer.
>\ Pinkler. Mrs. Sophie Schragcr is chapter
itee members are Mrs president.
Square Dancing at Emanu El
PTA Prize 'Round Up Here
e Emanu El pta held "A
Round-Up" at the Worth
Building, "7th St. and
Ave., on Wednesday even
ii..-.ight of the evening mi
.:: dancing, with a profession-
i. Marvin Hertz.
| the prizes to be given
ire a round-tnp-for-two to
\... aboard the S.S. Florida, a
" a o paint job. a silver serv-
ay, weekend at an ocean
front hotel, silver-covored vege
table dish, a variety of imported
perfumes and colognes, and gift
certificatei to shops.
Mr> Seymour Altman is pres-
ident of the PTA. -Round I p
chairmen were Mrs. Philip Brooks
! and Mrs. .lack Pincus. Serving on
I the social committtee were Mrs.
i Ronald Agar. Mrs. Robert Frank.
I Mrs. Elliot Harris, Mrs. Isaac
; Mizrahi. Ms. Harry Rosenberg
; and Mrs Alan Rothstein.
n
j
If" by
Mng a temprorarv an re
to winter residents return
northern homes for the
er, a farewell party held
I -day night at 3 Island Ave
Displaying various degrees
t-agenMM or reluctance to
Rose and Sam Sc'iilf. Eva
Joseph Miller, heading tor
m Town; Pearl and Her
Heller. Libby and Sidney,
-i homes are in that loveij
of Long Island called
Meek; Ada and Louis Cole
mar., not too far away in New
Jersey, and Belle a"d Theodore
1 '< i : with the longest trip
ol them t i reach Syra

ft'hal seems to be < more per
"' .' leave-taking for Florence
and Irving Weinberg, originally
Irom Baltimore, who hive lived
for ll years Saddening
heir many friends bv pyPing UP
lal and heading for Sherman
Calif,, where they have
family who understandably
them around lull time.

from Rome
ISABEL GROVE
York, not Italy i Charlotte and
Ben ShUlkln, civic and commun-
ity leaders there, delighted with
grandson. 5-mocth old Geoffrey,
son of Helene and Donald Shul-
kin. ol Coral Gables Helene
is the daughter of Bstelle and
Arthur DegUtS, Miami Beach .
others entertaining the Shulkins
aiv In- Ister, Mamie, and hus
hand. Joe Klein.
A surprise party on the Co-
lumbus Roof for William DicK
man celebrating his 70th birth
d; 13 White and blue orchids
decorated the table with a spec-
ial spray in front ol the guesl
nt bOBOr and his |ovel\ wile,
Mary, in an off-white brocade
ensemble Local guesta were
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and Mrs. Joseph Schmeir. Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Rochlin. Mr
and Mrs. Bernard Halpcrn. Mr.
and Mrs John Perkins. Mr and
Mr- Mortimer Breitbar, Mr. and
M,s Harold Hyaros, Mr. and
Mr- Peter F H< Uer, Mr Jean
Colton and Mrs Carrie Lafkc-
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Mrs. Gordon Will
Head Garden Club
Mrs. Alex Gordon will succeed
Urs.Tlarry Moscoe as president
01 Mt. Sinai Garden Club, with in-
stallation luncheon planned for
Tuesday noon, May 7. at the Al-
giers Hotel.
Afternoon will feature a parade ;
ot fashions in fre with membership participation,
awards to members for outstand-,
ing work during the past year, and i
a gift of a week-end for two at
Sans Souci Hotel.
Other incoming officers to be in-
stalled by Mrs. M. S. Farrar, na-
tional accredited flower show
3udge, are Mrs. Hank Meyer, Mrs.
Ben Samuels. Mrs. Harold Hirch-
field, vice presidents; Mrs. Byron
Topel, recording secretary; Mrs.
Morris Green, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Charles Courshon,
social secretary; and Mrs. Sam
Wie^eii, treasurer.
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
.lame* Abramson.
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Mrs. Martin Lebedoff. of Min-
neapolis. Minn., a national Hadass-
ah leader, will act as official ad-
visor and deliver the principal
address to the delegates of the
Florida Region Conference of
Hadassah.
The three-day conclave, a "first"
for this area, will be held Sunday
through Tuesday at the Doral
Country Club, and will be attended
by 200 delegates lrom Florida and
Puerto Rico.
A former national vice presi-
dent, and now a member of the
national board. Mrs. Lebedoff will
be the honored guest at a recep-
tion Sundav evening. The tribute
to her will be presented by a sym-
posium featuring Dr. Martin Sobel.
Rev. Theodore Gibson, and Dr. H.
Franklin Williams as panelists.
On Monday evening, at a dinner
in honor of Israel's 15th anniver-
sary. Ted Berkman, author ofI Mrs Leonard Wolpe Regional
Cast a Giant Shadow." will be; chairman is Mrs. Gerald i>. ^u
-nest of honor. I and Florida region president ij
Local conference chairman is Mrs. Irwin Liss. of Coral Gables
Hannah Kahn at Library Week Fete
Hannah Kahn. nationally-known
poet and poetry editor, spoke at
the Surf-Bal-Bay Library of the
Miami Public Library on Monday
evening in celebration of National
Library Week. Her subject was
Signatures in Poetry."
Mrs. Kahn's book of poetry.
Eves Daughter." was published
recently and her more than 400
ooems have appeared in such
leading national magazines as
"American Scholar." "Harpers."
"Ladies Home Journal" and "Sat
urday Review."
She has won the International
Sonnet Competition from the
Poetry Society of Great Britain
and America, and her poems have
been chosen for the Golden Year
Anthology and the Poetry Society
of America Anthropology
Sidney King, Mayor of Surf side
welcomed the guests in the name
ol the Surfside Recreation Center.
Members of the board of trustees
and Friends of Surf-Bal Bay Lib-
lary served as hostess's They
included Mesdames Beulah A. But-
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well. Theodor Nelson. Harry Or. -
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JewistitkrMton
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Scene from "Counsellor-at-Law" to be pre-
sented three nights this weekend, beginning
Saturday, at Temple Israel's Wolfson Audi-
torium. Standing (left to rihgt) are Thelma
Bosch. Joe Ross, lack Ell, Rhea Gladwin, Doris
Sprung, Warren Werner, Arnold Scher, Har-
riett Bulbin. Robert Saltman, Evelyn Saltman,
and Harris Klein. Seated (left to right) are Ira
Mogul. Joe Gardner and Debbie Hoffman. Cur-
tain time is 8:40 p.m.
Counselor-at-Law At Temple Israel
Temple Israel Players will
gent "Counsellor-at-Law" on Sat-
urday. Sunday, and Monday nights
this weekend in Wolfson Auditor-
ium. Curtain time is 8:40 p.m.
Starring m the male lead is Joe
iardner. Other members of the
-i include Thelma Bosch, Les
Bukstel, Harriett Bulbin, Mike
Eisenberg, Carol Ell, Jack Ell, Joe
Gardner, Rhea Gladwin. Debi
ilotfman, Larry Hoffman.
Also Ira Mogul, Barbara Rado.
Steve Rado. Joe Ross, Evelyn Salt-
nan. Arnold Scher. Doris Sprung,
Phyllis Sumberg, Warren Werner,
and Harris Klein.
Technical cresv includes Paul
Tropical Chapter
Installation Set
Tropical Chapter, American
Medical Center at Denver, on Fri-
day noon, .May 3, will hold an in-
stallation luncheon at the Barce-
lona Hotel.
Mrs. S. Steven Brody, Eastern
Kegional director of AMC, will in-
tall new president. Mrs. Bertram
Thorpe, who has been president
ot the Dade Council of Auxiliaries
ot AMC for the past two years.
Other new officers are: vice
presidents. Mrs. Morton Maltz,
Mrs. Joseph Richman, and Mrs.
Aaron Kapit; advisors, Mrs. Abra-
ham Platt, Mrs. Norman Klein,
Mrs. Nat Klein, and Mrs. Jack
Groman.
Recording secretary. Miss Lil-
lian Sterner; corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Libbye Rosen; finan-
cial secretary, Mrs. Sydney Bur-
ger; treasurer, Mrs. Rubin Zer-
lin; and chaplain, Mrs. Ralph S.
Hall.
pre- and Simmie Barnett, Sam Bosch,
Irene Cohen, Shirley Klein, Rosa-
lind Portnoy, Richard Pritikin,
Shirley Rosenfeld, Bill Schiff,
Jack Schillinger, and Jules Wer-
Brandeis Women
Slate Installation
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, M'atni Beach
Chapter, will install officers for the
coming year at a buffet luncheon
Monday noon at the Americana
Hotel. Mrs. Robert Green and
Mrs. Samuel Betagole are in
charge of reservations.
Mrs. Sam Goldman, formerly of
Hull. Mass.. will be installed as
I president. She has been closely
! connected with Brandeis here and
in Hull.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg, past
president, will install the incom-
ing officers. Charles Adler, an
alumnus of Brandeis University,
now living in Miami Beach, will
give an address.
Dr. Abraham Sachar. pr?sid""t
of Brandeis University, recently
announced that the Ford Founda-
teion has made a six million dol-
lar grant to the university on a
3-to-l basis.
The Eleanor Roosevelt Peace Li-
brary has been established at
Brandeis by the National Women's
Committee as a memorial to the
ner.
late Mrs. Roosevelt, who
trustee of the university.
was a
MRS. SAM GOLDMAN
Sole functien of the Women -
Committee is the complete suppor
of the library. Mrs. William Brer
ner is outgoing president of th
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'Jmlsli finr/dUnn
Friday. April 26, 1363
Beth David Ladies In Annual Donor
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
it? annual donor luncheon on
Thursday, May 2, 11:30 a.m.. at
the Fontaine Room of the Fon-
' linebleau Hotel. Donor chairman
s. Murray D..'
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri-
tual leader of Beth David Syna-
gogue will bring greetings, and
Lewis Sternshein, president of
Beth David, will attend.
Mrs. Louis Seitlin, president of
the Sisterhood, announced that
Mrs. William Dickson, president
of Florida Branch, National Wom-
en's League of the United Syna-
gogue of America, ,vj11 be guesl
speaker.
Miami Beach Cancer League, which supports president; Mrs. Jerome Rado, president; Mrs.
research and treatment at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Paul Brombeig, installing officer; Mrs. Frances
installs new officers following the annual Linn, out going president; Mrs. Harold Soglo-
luncheon on Friday at the Barcelona Hotel, vitz, vice president; Mrs. Sidney Ohrbach,
They are (left to right; Mrs. Joseph Segal, vice vice president.
Mrs. Nat Barth to be Installed New
President of Beach Hadassah Chapter
More than 1.200 guests will at- Fink. Mr
tend the donor regard luncheon Samuel Z
and installation of new officers of
Miami Bea?h Chapter of Hadassah net1 Beckerman.
or Monday. May 13, at the Deau- president,
ville Hotel.
Maurice Cahn. Mrs.
Sakrais and Mrs. Bar-
program vice
noon. The Frcshko Duo will pre-
m !it a program.
a
Shaloma GroupMonday.
6 at a luncheon at the Alt
Hotel. Mi-- Lillian Goodman will
installing officer.
*
Southgare Group Thursday,
May 9. noon at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs Oscar Sindell will be install-
ing officer.
From New York City. Mrs. Max
Schenk. national Youth Aliyah
chairman, will give the principal
address and install Mrs. Nat
Stephen S. Wise GroupMonday,
May 6. the Barcelona Hotel at
Group chairmen are Mrs. Bar-
ney Davis. Mrs. William Saffir,
Mrs. Herbert Gutman. Mrs. Harry
Horwitz. Miss Frances Lebon, Mrs.
Ethel Herman, Mrs. Louis Good- noon. Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink
Barth as next president of the Mi- man. Mrs. Herman Bloom. Mrs. E. will be installing officer, and Carol
ami Beach Chapter. Gergman, Mrs. Ann Reback, Mrs. Dunn will be the soloist.
Saul Peckins, Mrs. Charles Krupit,'
Serving with Mrs. Leo Levin. Mrs David Wolowitz and Mrs. Re- Rtnanah GroupTuesday May
donor chairman, are Miss LUlian ^^ gussman. | 14. the Algiers Hotel at 11:30 a.m.
Ner Tamid Will
Install Slate
At Breakfast
Newly-elected officers of the
congregation. Men's Club, Sister-
hood, and Board of Directors of
Temple Ner Tamid will be install-
ed by Rabbi Eugene La bo vitz in
Sklar Auditorium following a 10
a.m. breakfast Sunday morning
Sisterhood will be host for the oc-
casion
Presents are Murray A Sh
congregation; Mrs. Henrietta Fine,
erhood; Irving J. Engel. M
Club; and chairman of the beard.
Irvine C. Spear.
Spear. tOV n proseeutor of Surf-
i- a member ol iami
iiade County, Florida and
American Bar Assns., and Is now
serving on the Florida Bar Insur-
ance Negligence Law Committee.
On Saturday night, the M
Club will sponsor a dance featur-
ing entertainment at the Balmoral
Hotel. D. Dale Regent is in
charge of the affair.
Goodman. outgoing president;
Mrs. Ann Mebiick. arrangements' Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, pro-;
chairman; Mrs. Sam Ruban, deco- gram chairman, will introduce a
rations; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger program of opera highlights pre-'
14.
Mrs. Nat Barth will install the new
If you like
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Ruth Williams, contralto; William
Royal, tenor; and Robert McPher-i
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May
KREPLACH
slate.

Henrietta Szold Monday,
20, at the Algiers Hotel.

Morton Towers GroupMonday,
Barrett, narrator and accompan- May 20. noon at the Morton Tow-
is! I ers. Mrs. Nat Barth, Miami
I Beach Chapter president, is in-
Of the 15 groups in Miami Beach' staUation officer.
Chapter of Hadassah, other in
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Esther GroupThursday, May tion of officers on Monday, May
2, at a luncheon at the Algiers 20, noon, at the Washington Fed-'
Hotel. Mrs. Nat Barth will in- eral Savings and Loan Assn., Nor-
stall the new slate.
mandy Isle
Bay Harbor GroupMonday, Rabbi D/SCUSSeS Decalogue
May 6. at a Singapore Hotel lunch-,
eon. Gus Roberts will be install-
ing officer.
Hanna Seneseh GroupMonday,
May 6, the Eden- Roc Hotel at
Rabbi David Shapiro, of Temple
Sinai in Hollywood, televised a
series of messages over Ch. 7,
WCKT, in a newly-created all-re-
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TO BE HONORED AT FUNCTION SATURDAY
Sapiros are Founders
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Pool party at Westbrooke Country Club will be one of the
many diversified activities planned by the Young Matrons
Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal for its summer ac-
tivities program. The program is designed for purposes of
education, development of new leadership, and closer partici-
pation in the work of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to right at West-
brooke are Mrs. Robert E. Sussman, Mrs. Jack A. Davis, Mrs.
Macey Keyes, Mrs. Annette Selsky, executive secretary of
Westbrooke. and Mrs. Henry Landy.
Plaiming meeting at the home of Mrs. Howard Scharlin, 3615
Bartorsea Rd., maps a series of "coffees" to be held in the
Coconut Grove, Coral Gables and South West Miami area on
behc.li of the Young Matrons Division of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal summer activities program. Left to right are Mrs.
Scharlin, Mrs. Kenneth Treister, Mrs. Marshall Harris, Mrs.
ALben Weintraub, and Mrs. Melvin Frumkes.
-
Presidents of Leading Women's Groups
Will be Honored at Federation Meet
\ tribute to the presidents of
leading worn organizations in
i he community will be a highlight
,o etlng and brunch
Fed II of Jewish W'om-
I the llgi ITS Hotel on Thurs-
\l;i> ft, 11:30 a m it was
announced Mrs. Charles P.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro
will be honored at the Algiers
Hotel Saturday evening, when
they will bo enrolled as Founders
ol the new campus of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
In announcing the generous gift
of the Sapiros, Jack S. Popick,
president of the South Florida Di-
vision of the American Friends of {
the Hebrew University, himself a I
Founder with his wife, Ruth, ex-
plained that a contribution of $25,-
000 or more creates a Foundation-
ship. In the Greater Miami area, j
in addition to the Sapiros and
Fopicks, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rif- I
kin. Mr. and Mrs. David Provus, I
and Mr. Charles Charcowsky and
Mrs. Charcowsky (individually)
are members of the Society of
Founders.
Guest speaker will be Judge
Henry Ellenbogen, of Pittsburgh,
Pa., a three-term congressman
irom his district, and internation- |
al vice president of the Jewish
National Fund.
Judge Ellenbogen is a former
U.S. delegate to the United Na-
tions at Geneva, Switzerland.
Former chairman of the board
and now honorary president, Sam-
lel T. Sapiro and Mrs. Sapiro
v ere amom; the charter members
;f the Greater Miami Chapter.
A resolution passed by the gath-
ered members of the American
Friends, prepared by Irving Billig,
imted Miami Beach artist, as an
illuminated scroll, will be signed
j those present and forwarded to
the family of tiie late President
Itzhak Ben Zvi, of Israel, who
served until his death this week
as honorary president of the He-
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Feinberg, vice president of the
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chairman oi the annual meeting.
As the backbone of religious,
civic and philanthropic activities
in our community, the women's
rations and presidents whom'
we will honor all merit this
tribute," Mrs Feinberg stated.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
ident, Federation of Jewish
Women, noted "that it is mosl i p
propriate that the Federation.
established to coordinate the ef-
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should join in developing new;
leadership and in presenting edu-
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Officers of the Federation serv-
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Jack Ablin, campaign vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Inez Krensky. CJA
women's division chairman; Mrs.
Irving Lehrman, community re-
sources vice president; Mrs. Mar-
shall Harris, chairman; Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg. community
education vice president; Mrs.
George Graham, chairman; Mrs.
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Friday. April 26. 1963 <
Miami Beach Servicemen's Center Wi
Mark 11th Anniversary of Programming
The nth anniversary "f the Mi
Beach Servicemen's Center
\ ill be celebrated on Friday even-
ing in the ballroom of Ocean
I Auditorium
Color Guards of all branches of
l.-,e Armed Force* will join in
cpenine the program A 3c Elmo
V'oods will sing the Anniversary
Waltz." assisted by A lc Bob Ott
he violin, accompanied by Miss
Frances Gladden, director of the
Air Force Service Club, at the
piano.
Senior ho-tesses will be given
rds by founder and director.
Jlaurice Klein, for services ren-
te red through the years. Ho>t-
e?ses to receive award* are Etta
Se-npel. who has served more
than 2.000 hours; Jennie Rouss-
man. Rose Samuels. Sally Fahmie.
Sylvia Flaum. Lena Kapnick.
e Rosenblum. Kate Golirr.an.
rice Clan*-. Ann Richard and
Mary Babbitt, from 1.000 to 2.000
. of >er\ ice
Ethel Moss. Lenore Berman.
Stone, E-ther Sussman. Bet-
S Claire ZapaUky and
Winick. from 500 to 1.000
hours of Hrvica; Sue Neverman.
Bes Gordon. Sylvia Levine. Frieda
:er. Sugar Morrison, Ida Win-
kelbauer. and Bea Marcus from
150 to 500 hour.-
Pearl Holtzcr. Ruth Rosenthal.
r>o>e Ross, Dorothy Sutton and
Yvette Levine. from 100 to 150
hours. Newest hostesses. Clara
Shaffer. Goldie Zelko. Ceil Rock-
warg. Estelle Greenfield. Felice
Herman and Selma Tasman, will
be introduced.
Highlight of the evening will be
the selection of Mr. Servicemen's
Center. 1963 and Mis* Servicemen's
Center. 1963.
Past Serv!cemen of the Month,
one of whom will be selected as
Mr. Servicemen's Center, are
Hank Neverman. Artie Frage. Jess
Ditman. Manny Soares. John Sa-
iata. James Addison. Winston
Simpson. Marvin Rivett. Charles
Pritchard. Steve Rickey and Don-
ald Com stock.
Past Hostesses of the Month,
one of whom will be selected as
Hica Servicemen's Center, and
three of whom will be selected as
Princesses, are Natalie Saxner.
Marilyn Oliver. Ruth Falana. Sue
H*enthal Duke. Kay Chase. V'icki
Mann. Sharon Skidmore. Carol
Nagerga.-t. Carol Harmony and
Donna Jamieson.
Kenny Konyon. television, oper
ttta and musical comedy star, will
entertain Music w ill be by Har
r> Flaum and his orchestra,
through the courtesy of Frank
and the Musician's Union.
Chairmen who will receive
trophies are Bess Cohen, special
iiifrnihniniKi chairman; Dorothy
Shultz. secretary and Checkroom
chariman: Molly Kohn. Canteen
iefre*hmens chairman; Ruth
Randin. junior supervisor; and
Molly Turner
Heads Campaign
Joseph P. Manners, president of
the Dade County Chapter of tin
Leukemia Society, announced thi
week the reappointment of Miss
Molly Turner, local television per
sonality. as campaign chairman
for the 1963 spring appeal, to be
held during the month of May in
Dade and Broward counties.
This will be the second year
Miss Turner has served in thi>
capacity for the Leukemia So
ciety
Miss Turner will spearhead the
group of volunteers expected to
collect funds on May 4 and 5 ti
be used for worldwide research
and the general program, includ
ing local patient service.
Rose Field Klein, Cmdr. E. R. Challender, USCG, and Mau-
rice Klein discuss plans foi the anniversary celebration of the
Miami Beach Servicemen's Center.
Hattie Milam, chairman cf *enior bration. Cmdr. Reid Stringfellow.
bostessei commanding officer, and hi* fam-
Rose Field Klein is coordinat- ''> '" be quests of the Ronejf
ing the festivities and will be Plaza Hotel during their stay here.
Master of Ceremonies.
Through arrangements with Ad.
K. Y. McElroy. the USS Lester
will arrive in Miami at 8 a.m.. Fri-
dav morning, to assist in the cele-
Shoshana Has
Brunch and Games
It was "Brunch and Games" for
Shoshana Chapter. B'nai B'ri'
Women, at Uncle John's Pancak.
House la-t Thursday morning.
Proceed- will help to support
the Bellefaiie Home for emotior
ally-disturbed children and othi
B'nai B'rith projects.
Reservations chairman were
Mrs. John Reich and Mrs Jack
Lependorf.
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Regular meeting of Tifereth Is-,
rael Sisterhood will be held on
Monday in the social hall.
Evening will include discussion
of plans for the coming year and
a film. "Decorating. Unlimited."
presented bv the Bell Telephone
Co.
On Sunday, the Sisterhood's an-
I nual donor dinner will be held at
I the Carillon Hotel. Following the
630 a.m. dinner, the Carillon show-
will be presented.
Mrs. Hyman Astor is chairman
cf the event.
The Officers and Member % of
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
fxpress deep sorrow and sympathy
in the great loss of the
President of Israel
ITZHAK BEN-IVI
LIILIAN GOODMAN, President
Miami Beach Chapter of Hodossof
Imported from Thoune, Switzerland, by the Gerber Cheese Co., Inc., N.Y.
First Meeting for
Batya Chapter
Newly-organized group of the
Mizrachi Women's Organization of
America in the North Dade area.
Batya Chapter, will hold its first
regular open meeting Tuesday
evening at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
The program will be devoted to
the observance of the 15th anni-
versary of the establishment of the
State of Israel and feature a film.
"Side by Side." Mrs. Alex Shave
witz is president.
Mrs. Alfred Stone serves as co-
ordinator for the chapters in the
Miami area.
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Shown at a recent Pioneer Women of Greater Miami donor
luncheon held in the Eden Roc Hotel are (left to right) Mrs.
Leo Goldman, vice president of the Pioneer Women's Council
here; Mrs. Judith Beilin, guest speaker of the afternoon, Israel
Consul in New York, who was guest speaker; Mrs. Milton
Green. Council president; and Mrs. Moses Meyer, vice pres-
ident. _________
Asthma Unit Installation Set
Mrs. Sidney Rittcrman will be o' all races and creeds from all
ii stalled as president of the Mi-. parts of the world.
^mi Beach Chapter of Children's,.-----------------,----------------------
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital on Monday evening at the
Algiers Hotel. Judge Jason Berk-
man will conduct the ceremony.
Vice presidents are Mrs. George
Kurtz, Miss Terry Abert. and Mrs.
Sidney Goldberg; Mrs. Anne Reiff,
I'orresponding secretary; Mrs.
Max Le Vine. recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Paul Grand, social sec-
retary; and Miss Ann Chester,
treasurer.
Children s Astnma Research In-|
vtitute and Hospital at Denver is
a free, non-sectarian pioneer insti-
tution which, for 56 years, has
been treating and rehabilitating
the intractable asthmatic children
Paintings on Exhibit
Recent paintings by James and
Nieves Billmyer, New York ar-
lists, who are directing their fourth ,
annual workshop at the Lowe Gal-
Continued from Page 1-B
witz, all Miamians Also Mrs
Frieda Harris <>t Jax, Mr, and
Wi Ben Shavitz, of High Point,
N.C., Mrs. Maurice Patrick, Wor-
cester, Mass, Mr and Mrs, Nal
Heller, N.Y.C., and Mrs. Elsa
Huppler, of Santiago, Chile .
The Dickmans, 280 NE 1751*1
Tcr formerly of Manhattan,
have lived here for the past sev-
en years
Gay cocktail part} at the Leo
and Judy Rutsteins' las) week,
was a Miami Beach-style home-
coming for son Robert L.. of Bell-
more, L.I.. arriving almost sim-
ultaneously with the Frank Gar
bers, of Atlanta, Judy's sister]
and brother-in-law Another
sister from Brooklyn. Mrs. Sam j
Mendelsohn, and her husband,
plus cousins, the Edward Rut-1
steins, were also on hand
From Ft. Lauderdale came Mr.
and Mrs. Max Kean, and the j
David Warner's represented Hoi-1
lywoed, .Fla. Local guests
included the Jack Katzmans, the
Philip F. Hi.us. the Charles R
Jacobsons, Mrs. Sadie Heifetz,
from Chii ago, and Mr, and Mrs.
,\l Pelletz.
Wi Icome home party at the
, harmii g I oi al Gables home ol
Buddy and Charlotte Halpert,
!>i8 Manati Ave when son, Bar
ry Stuart, came in from Great
L.akes .Navat Training Station
whew ho is assigned-ta the P
lie Information Division .
Joining In the gaiety were daugh-
ter Susan* who helped with the
table de -. and her friend,
Sheryl \i;>'-i visiting irom New-
ark, N.J. Participating in
Seder were Mr.
..: d Mr SI in Halpert and chil-
n Rick Sti en; Mr. and
Mrs William II. Groner; and the
Rudy R Vdler's of Miami
Beach,
Senior Citizens to Rally on Friday
Leaders of Senior Citizens or
ganizations have scheduled a mass
rally demanding the administra-
tion and Congress take the Medi-
care bill off the shelf and act on
it Immediately. The rally is plan-
ned for Bayfront Park Bandshell.
6 p.m., Friday.
Main speakers on the program
will be Gus Portney, president of
the Senior Citizens Council of Flor-
ida. National .Medicare Party, and
American Federation of Senior
Citizens; Walter B. Lebowitz, past
president -of Miami Beach Senior
Citizens Association, and attorney
for the Senior Citizens Voters
League; Louis J. Block, chairman
of the Florida Council of Senior
Citizens; and Louis L. Jurette.
treasurer of the Senior Citizens
Council of Florida.
lery a
:mder
Council,
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Friday, April 26. 1963
JRIXIt
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Tnxie 'Mrs. Rubin) Levin is a frustrated actress. In the back
of her mind, there lurks the ieeling that if her parents had let her
keep her audiance with Eva LeGalliene. she would be acting on Broad-
way instead of writing on Meridian Ave. From the time she was six
years old. playing the part of Pandora. Trixie has been opening the
Pandora's Box of entertainment for every audience by the clever shows
that she writes and directs. Her flair for
writing was developed early
Born in Baltimore. Md.. she spent her
. childhood and early married life in Brook-
lyn. Majoring in journalism in high school,
she was always the one to write the school
plays, as well as act ir them. At NYU. she
took every writing course offered. As a com-
parison shopper for Macy's. she was always
sent to cover each new department as it was
opened. She not only told Gimbel-s. but
everyone else, in her very detailed written
reports. She met her future husband, Ruby,
on a blind date when she was 16. They went
together on and off until they became engag-
ed and married.
Trixie wrote for just about every' PTA
and Hadassah group in Brooklyn. Coming to
Miami Beach 12 years ago, she joined Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. At her first Sisterhood meeting, she volunteered to
put on a bazaar skit Skeptically, she was accepted. No skepticism
in what Trixe has done or can do has ever been neard since. So Tnxie
was launched in Miami on a porfessional career that has been a huge
success ever since.
Presently, she is official drama instructor at Temple Emanu-El for
children and' teen-agers. But she always has time for her own Sister-
hood and PTA. as well as for numerous other shows. Right now. she
is doing a skit for the annual dinner meeting of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation on May 26.
Trixie reads avidly the books for all of the shows on Broadway.
Whenever she writes a show with an underlying theme, she spends
hours in research. When she is writing her lyrics, in order to see if
they ring true, she works in front of a mirror. If it looks halfway good
and feels right, Trixie says that it will "look" wonderful on someone
else, as well. Although her grandfather was a cantor she didn't in-
herit his voice. Since Trixie doesn't drive, her husband found that
as long as he has to do the chauffenng, he might just as well be in
the current show. Don't let him fool youhe loves it.
Trixie's older daughter, Lenore. is now Mrs. Edward Kaplan, and
the mother of three children. Her younger daughter, Olivia, is fol-
lowing right in Trixie's footstepsshe can sing the score of all the
Broadway shows. Trixie is so busy that she doesn't get the time to
play with her grandchildren as much as would like. One day, one of
them popped in and said, "Olivia's mummy, where's Olivia?" The
~hew must go on.
*
COMPANY IN TOWN
Anita and Joseph Bernstein's daughter, Marlene, her husband, Jack
Cohen, and their three children are here from Vancouver, B.C. The
first Seder night, they all spent with Jack's mother. Mrs. Cecil Moses.
The second night, the Bernsteins hosted at the Famous Restaurant.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bramson and their children
and Mrs. Ann Segal .
Lenore Kleiman and Mona and Sam Soloway were so excited that
their grandchild, Scott, and his parents, Judy and Elliott Kleiman,
came in from Orlando in order to celebrate Scott's second birthday
together. Edith and Jack Lynn were there to see Scott sing "Happy
Birthday" to himself. He also stuck his fi.-t riqht in the middle ot the
birthday cake with the carousel on top.

MORE COMPANY
Hazel (Mrs. irvinm Cypen has visitors. Her sister. Anne, and hus-
band, Sam Katz, are here from Los Angeles They re busy riding
around getting the sun. Water for swimming they have in California,
but the glorious Florida sun is a rare treat .
Juliet Oshlag Lieber is visiting her daughter, Dorothy (Mrs. Philip)
Weinstein Jr., and all the little Weinstein mepnets in Hollywood. Fla.
She never has to ask "What's new?" when she arrives. She knows.
She receives The Jewish Floridian in Phoenix. Ariz. Her husband.
Dr. Hy Lieber, joined her the end of the week.

THEY MADE A HIT
The famous chocolate sodas that Leo Robinson makes at the soda'
fountain in his Florida room enticed many dieters away from counting
calories. It was at the cocktail party that Elsie and Leo host every
year for the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Commit-
tee. The rain stopped long enough for Seymour Samet, Audrey (Mrs. j
Charles i Finkelstein and David Fleeman to make speeches. Among
guests were Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beber, Sandra and Julian Burg, Sue i
Berkowitz (Anne is in New York), Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin, Mr. .
and Mrs. Dan Dubbin, Dr. and Mrs. George Graham, Mr. and Mrs. ]
Irvin Korach, Mrs. Lillian Frumkes, and Herman Binder. Mr. and'
Mrs. Harry Forman were talking to Ory Mazar, the Israel publisher.!
Nola and Leo Eisenstein, Eleanor and Jay Cristol. and Ad. and Mrs.
H. R. Sobel all were having a grand time.
* *
HERE TODAY GONE TOMORROW
Esther Grossberg left her husband, Fred, at home in Houston,
Tex., taking care of their two boys while she flitted up here for three
days to say "hello" to her mother and dad, Mae and Louis Rosenstein.
Wednesday was Open House at tthe Rosensteins. Helping to welcome
Esther's friends was fier grandmother, Mrs. Max Kazer. Chatting in
a corner were Sally (Mrs. Sol) Hirsch. Rita (Mrs. Harold) Stone, Sis
(Mrs. Arthur) Williams, Red (Mrs. Samuel) Ellinoff and Gale (Mrs.
Samuel) Berlin. Having coffee were Mrs. Ceil Schwartz and Mrs.
Sam Goldsmith.
Plotkin, Fishman
United in Vows
At Fontasnebleau
The former Susan Rita Fish-
man and Martin Saul Plotkin were
united in marriage on Saturday
evening. Apr. 20. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, with Rabbi Norman
N. Shapiro officiating.
The bride's attendants were
Gale Burt. maid of honor. Sharon
Bailes. Marilyn Braunstein. Bar-
bara Spector and Roberta Sandier.
Be-t man was Al Herskowitz. with
Fred Berny. Reggie Freedman,
Vic Fishman and Steve Plotkin.
groomsmen.
Daughter of Mr. ard Mrs. Max
Fishman, the new Mrs. Plotkin is
a graduate of Miami High. She
is now majoring in zoology at the
University of Miami, and doing
research at Variety Children's
Hospital, where she is a scrub
technician and operating nurse.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mr*. Bernard Plotkin, is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High and
earned a BS in engineering from
the University of Miami. He serv-
ed as master counselor of the SW
Chapter. DeMolay. is a member
of Alpha Phi Omega, service frat-
ernity, and is currently employed
by the Westinghouse Co. in Balti-
more, Md.. where he and his bride
will make their home.
Following the wedding cere-
mony, a reception was held in the
hotel, which also honored the
: B I R T H D A Z E
Son, Howard Allan, was lorn on
! Apr. 10 to the former Roberta I
Ko-cnhloom and Leonard Bendell
8600 SW 87th Ave Grai
, are Mr. and Mrs. George
'(nbloom, of Merion. Pa. *mi Mr.
and Mrs. David Bendell. Miami.
(.reat grandmother i- M Kale
Sandow, Miami.
ngton
MKS. MAP.TIN PLOTKIN
bride's brother. Morris Steinberg
Fishman. whose Bar Mitzvah had
been observed at Beth David in
the morning.
Attending the celebration were
both grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe H. Steinberg, and Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Jacobowitz
Michele Whitney Sweet Sixteen
Mr. and Mrs. George Whitney
will host a luncheon on Sunday in
honor of the sixteenth birthday of
their daughter Michele.
The sweet 16 teen-ager and 30
friends and relatives will gather
in the Flamenco Room of the Bar-
celona for the festivities.
Amond out-of-town guests here
, for the occasion will be Mr. and
Mrs. Georae (Margaret Newman)
i Stearn. of New York City, and Mr
and Mrs. Louis Carr, of Houston.
1 Tex.
Bernstein, Baron
Exchange Vows
The former Belie Shar i
ond Louis M. Bern.-:ein were mar
ml in Friday, Apr. 19, at the ;
of the bride's parents,
Mrs. Samuel Baron. 2191 I:
Rd.
Rabbi Sar.ford Seltzer perform-
ed the early afternoon ceremony,
\> Inch was followed by a tatniK
dinner at Chandler's Re la ill
and later in the evening. teci
lion at the home of .Mr. i M
Baron.
For her wedding, the br.
chose a scooped neck cmpi'>- Ero
of peau de soie and a pearl-cro
cd illusion veil. Mrs. Ronald I.
Baron was her only attei.
A Miami attormv. the new Mrs.
Bernstein is a graduate ot Miami
Reach High and the University
Miami Law School. She is a mem-
ber of Delta Phi Epsilon sornr
ity. Wig and Robe Honor Socii
and a Dean's Li-t Student She
served as vice president of Bar
and Gavel, secretary of tie Stu-
dent Bar Assn.. and *on a K
Beta Pi scholarship award.
Now working toward hi;. Ma-
ter's degree in social service ;i"
Florida State University, the
bridegroom is a j.r;duate of Mi-
ami Beach High and earned i
BBA degree in marketin. it the
I niversity of Mi.
Son of Mrs. Doretny E-n
and the late Alfred '-'- Bernstein,
formerly of Memph.- Tei.n., hiv
brother. Alfred Bernstein, ierved
as best man.
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pLORIDA Women's Division of
American Jewish Congress
lii-ld its annual dinner dance Sun-
il;iv evening in the Casanova
ROOffl of the Deauville Hotel.
Chairman for the evening was
Mrs. Benjamin Kaman, who
chose black peau de soie. Her.
>kirt featured godet type pleats
which began low at the hip line
and created an unusual skirt sil-
houette. A touch of chitfon on
I he bodice was draped into a
scooped neckline.
Mrs. Samuel Penchansky wore
a French gold peau de soie
sheath which was asymetrically
draped over one hip. Her fitted
oodice of alencon lace was in a
matching color. A light golden
brown floral print on a back-
ground of white was worn by
Mrs. Leo Drutz. Her silk Jer-
sey sheath featured a draped
bodice. Mrs. Rose L. Brown's
sheath was in a golden beige
shade of imported Bavarian lace.
Red and orange florals on black
silk was Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum's
choice for the dance.
White silk was selected by Mrs.
Alfred Rubenstein, with over-
size pointed diagonals at the V
neckline. Emerald green banded
in charcoal called attention to
her unusual neckline. Worthy
of fashion note was her hand-
made white sweater, which fea-
tured hand-embroidered white
flowers accented with silver cav-
ier beads. Mrs. William Brown
chose a peacock blue silk chif-
fon sheath with a draped, blous-
on bodice. Her alencon lace
jacket was in blue and gold. Mid-
night blue and navy combined in
the abstract print worn by Mrs.
Louis Cohen. Indscent sequins
were scattered over her scooped
neck sheath, and topping the
dress was a black sequined
sweater trimmed in black mink.
pp
the skirt, and her neckline was
squared. Black chiffon sheath
with an illusion neckline was
the choice of Mrs. Leo Stein-
berg. A Grecian draped pan-
nier went over one shoulder al-
most to the hemline. Mrs. Har-
old Jaffer's red chiffon followed
the classic lines of the draped
bodice and full skirt, and was
topped with a red and black bro-
cade waist-length jacket.
Mrs. Alfred II. Mamlet, pres-,
ident of the Women's Division,
chose a silk print of blue and
green florals on white. Clusters
of irridescent sequins highlight-
ed the print, and her skirt was
the modified bell silhouette.
Executive director of the Wom-
en's Division, Mrs. M. H. Earl,
wore a short formal of chantilly
lace in frosted apricot. The off-
the-shoulder neckline was band-
ed with a ruffle, and the full-
ness in her skirt was created
with an overskirt over a paneled
sheath front.
An imported cotton print of
royal blue and black was worn
by Mrs. Henry Kamen. Black
velvet banded her bodice, and
her bias-cut skirt was full. Mrs.
Harold Kramer's choice was a
black silk cocktail suit with a
white blouse of imported lace.
Black chiffon in a sheath wuh a
decollete V neckline, both front
and back, was won by Mrs,
Kleanore Hoseiisti-in. A white
wool jersey ensemble was the
choice of Mrs. Albert E. Becker
Her sheath dress had a match-
ing chanel-styled jacket with a
white mink collar.
*
LJRS. Jeanr.ettc Sterns black
" silk featured asymetrica
draping on the skirt and black
chantilly lace inserted in the tit-
ted bodice. Blue and green
blended into a modernistic print
on the silk sheath worn by Mrs.
Russell Weiner. A raffled
flounce cascaded from the waist
to the hem. Mrs Henry Hersch
wore a stunning gold peau de
soie sheath. The wide band at
the neckline was of hand-sewn
gold bugle beads, and gold cav-
ier beads were embroidered into
floral clusters all over the dress.
Black chiffon was the choice
of Mrs. Mary Silep Cohen. Her
gown had a slashed bateau neck-
line and full skirt, and was top-
ped with a sweater hand-em-
broidered in white iridescent se-
quins. Mrs. Albert Zuckerman
wore a gold and white print
with a front-laticed bodice. The
laticing was repeated on the
large pockets of her skirt. The
chiffon gown worn by Mrs. H. H.
Grossman was in a frosted
orange sherbert color. A swirl
drape down the side of the
sheath skirt and across the front
was detailed in matching colored
floral appliques. The evening
coat was purchased many years
ago in China, and is in fact an
antique wedding coat.
MRS. JOHANNA BEHJAMIN
Metro Appoints Soss'm
Michael Sossin, secretary of the
Florida State Council of Senior
Citizens, has been appointed as a,
member of the Metropolitan Dade
County Senior Citizens Advisory
Board. He is the only Miami
Beach resident named to the
board.
Mrs. Benjamin
Heads Senior Unit
Mrs. Johanna Benjamin, recent-
Jy-elected president of the Golden
Fncin! hip Club of the Miami
"Beach Y.M1IA, started her carter
as a social worker at the Henry
Street Settlement and Hebrew Day-
Nursery in New York City. Lat-
er, she graduated from St. Mark's
Hospital, did graduate work at
BeUevue Hospital, and during
World War II, was a civilian nurse
on an army transport as a civilian
stewardess with the U.S. Naval
Sea Transport.
She also assisted in what v as
probably the first Seder held at
Sea for military personnel, with
supplies sent in by the National
Jewish Welfare Board. She has
spent' 11 summers as a nurse in
Jewish Community Center camps.
Born on the Lower East Side ot
Now York City. Mrs. Benjamin has
two children and five grandchil-
dren. When she retired, she came
to Miami and immediately joined
the Jewish Community Center.
One of her first duties as pr- si-
dent of the Golden Age Friend-
ship Club was to work on the
third Seder held at the "Y" la-it
Sunday afternoon.
Miss Schwartz to Wed Physician
M
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pink lace sheath with the
lace pattern in a vertical line.
Narrow pleated inserts flared in
Miss Saundra Ileen Schwartz
will be the June bride of Dr. Ed-
ward M. Cohn. Her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Schwartz, 2610
SW 24th St.. are announcing the
engagement this week.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High, the bride-elect is now a
senior in the School of Education
at the University of Miami.
Her fiance is a graduate of the
University of Miami and of the
university's medical school. When
he complcts his internship at
John Gaston Hospital in Memphis,
Term., he will do a surgery resi-
dency at Wadsworth V.A. Hospi-
tal in Los Angeles, Cal.
Parents of the prospective bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Cohn, 2232 SW 31st Ave.
Date of the planned wedding is
June 30, to be held at Miami
Springs Villa.
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vjenisi fhradttan
Friday, April 26. 1963
Americans Have Special Responsibility
For Peace, AJCommittee Told Here
1.1
Members of the host committee discuss plans for the Israel In-
dependence Day Dinner to be held under auspices of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization on Sunday. Apr. 28,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. From left are County Commis-
sioner Charles (Chuck) Hall. William Bornstein, A. C. Fine and
Benjamin Frankenstein.. The dinner will highlight the com-
munity's celebration of Israel's 15th year of statehood and
also mark the historic occasion of the initial redemption of
the first Israel Bonds purchased in 1951. (See Pgs. 6-8C).
Eight Sets of Council Officers
Be Installed at Brunch Wednesday
Eight sets of officers of the
Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, will be
installed at a "Bridge Across the
Nation'*'' brunch on Wednesday,
Way 1, at the Algiers Hotel.
Ceremony will be condncted by
Mrs. Aaron Farr. community
leader. recently included in
"Who's Who in World Jewry." a
past president of the Greater Mi-
ami Section, and board member.
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en.
Heading the section slate, Mrs.
Raymond B. Rubin will be installed
for her second term. Serving
with her will be Mrs. William I.
Brenner, administration vice pres-
ident; Mr~. Edwin Oppenheim,
community service vice president;
Mrs. William Altman. member-
ship vice president; Mrs. Theodore
Herman, public affairs vice pres-
ident; and Mrs. Jess Sptrer. ways
and means vice president
"The American people have
pioneered the development offfler*
uninuclear weapons, and now they
have a special responsibility for
the development of a system that
would guarantee world peace."
This is the opinion of Harry B.
Hollins, chairman of the Manag-
ing Committee of the Fund for
Edticati&n Concerning World
Peace Through World Law. who
participated in a roundtable His
CUSSion lure Wednesday evening
at the Everglades Hotel.
"Peace Through Law" was the
theme of his presentation spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, which also featured:
Dr. William E. Munaon, De-
partment of Hiatory, University
of Miami, "Economic Deterrents
to Peace;" Jay Janis, Amarican
Jewish Committee, "Human
Relations and Peace;" and Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, vice pres-
ident, Univoraity of Miami,
"United NationsIts Capabili-
ties and Limitations."
Interrogators were Mrs. Doris|
Lee, League of Women Voters; i
Mrs. Gertrade Abascal, Truth
About Cuba Committee; and Mrs.;
Heather Moir. American Friends]
Service Committee. Seymour Sam-
et. director of the Florida Region
of the American Jewish Commit-'
tee was moderator.
Pallot to Attend Meeting nj
Norton S. Pallot, vice prasidani
of Norton Tire Co. will attend
the B. F. Goodrich Southeast Re.
gion Dealer's advisory tOoncil
neeting in Hot Springs, Ark., on
/May 7 Pa'lot will represent tin-
Florida Zone Dealer's Goancil.
which he serves as chain
forty-Niners Hear Repo *s
Forty-Niners of Temple Ema'ui-
El he'd a card partx and s" < \\ on
Sunday evening In Sirkin HaU.
During the business meetii con-
ducted by Irving Schntzmai pres-
ident, reports were giver. on 'the
slate ot o.fleers and board of di-
rectors for 1963-64. and thi retal-
iation dinner planned for M s
HARRY HOUINS
United Nations would be assigned
the task of maintaining peace and
providing the means for settling
disputes through judicial and
quasi-judicial institutions."
The meeting was the last in a
series of four American Jewish
Committee 'Challenges'' entitled
| "PeaceOur Responsibility."
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is not whether we can survive
within the framework of the pow-1
cr war system. The question is |
whether man can move from this
obsolete system to a new peace
svstem in which a restructured
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The problem of constant fatigue
will be disenated by B. David Ep-
stein, endocrinologist, and Morton
S. Notarius. psychiatrist, at the
Mental Health Fair on Wednesday.
May 1, at Temple Israel.
Other topics to be covered dur
ing the all-day program sponsored
by the Mental Health Society will
be "Marriage." Walter B. Wilson.
ACSW. will discuss "Money in
Relation to Marriage."' The wile's
rule and the husband's role will
Studied as will "The High Cost
ol LeavingDivorce "
Women's Unit In
Business Session
Women's Division of the Cham-
ber of Commerce. Surfside-Bal
Harbour-Bay Harbor. hold a
luncheon -meeting on Wednesday
at the Singapore Hotel, with Mrs.
Milton Levinson. president, con-
ducting the business agenda.
Meeting included election of of-
ficers for the coming year with
the name of Mrs. Sidney King,
way.- and means vice president,
added to the slate.
MIAMI BEACH
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lilMr Spa. ti 1 i a
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Division presidents to be install-
ed are Mrs. Irving Wexler, Coral
Division; Mrs. Hyman Mintz, In-
dian Creek Division; Mrs. Dan
Wax. islands Division; Mrs. Elias
Cohen. Lincoln Division; Mrs. Bur-
ton Goldberg. Shores Division;
Mrs. Arthur Gilbert. South Dade
Division: and Mrs. Sam Fisher,
Bi : Division.
Mrs. Meyer Brilliant, section
program chairman. describes the
program as "a dramatization of
Hie International Council of Jew-
ish Women at work." Through
' one dream, one goal, one world,
ore council, much can be done to
help recreate a peaceful world in
which man. in all his glory, in
all his dignity, ean reach his high-
est aspirations."
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;..ay. April 26. 1963
* lenint flcricfirun
Paqe 11-B
Marie Volpe will retire
is manager of the University
Di 1 '.ami Symphony Orches-
|rc at the close ol the sum-
jei "Pops" series, which
^tarts June 9 and ends Aug.
The orchestra was
[u.ded by her husband, the ,
Arnold Volpe,, in 1926.
Volpe, 82, "has earned
|e -ight to take life a little
Aei in the role of manager
^eritus," declared Dr. Hen-
King Stanford, president of
University of Miami, in
kouncing the retirement.

|usical Comedy
be Presented
It original musical comedy,
lt-n and directed by Mrs. Mar-
ls, hoenberg, will be presented
p Miami Friendly Social Club
Sunday night at Beth El Con-
I.' on.
1st of the show are members
\> Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter,
L B'rith Chairman and coor-
|or of the performance will be
Hose Galton.
Garshag is president of the
Mt. Sinai Will
Conduct Annual
Seminar Here
The 13th annual postgraduate
seminar of Mt. Sinai Hospital will
take place May 9 to 11 at the
Carillon Hotel. Some 500 physic-
ians from North and South Amer-
ica will attend the three-day ses-
sion covering "Recent Advances
in Diagnosis and Therapy."
The seminar is part of the con-
tinuous program of postgraduate
education at Mt. Sinai, and is ap-
proved and co-sponsored by the
American Academy of General
Practice and the Florida Acad-
emy of General Practice.
Faculty was announced Wednes-
day by Dr. Harold M. Unger,
chairman of the seminar, and in-
cludes:
Drs. Paul Bruce Beeson. Yale
University, "Infectious Disease of
the Kidney and Liver;" John A.
Campbell. Indiana University,
"Cardiac Roentgenology of the
Heart and Great Vessels; Lester
R. Dragstedt. University of Flori-
da; James H. Graham, Temple
University, "Basic Principles of
Dermatology;"' Martin H Kaiser,
University of Miami, "Therapeu-
tic Problems of Peptic Ulcer."
Also Drs. John L. Madder, St.
Clare's Hospital. New York, "Re-
cent Developments in Vascular
Surgery;" William B. Schwartz,
Tufts University, "Problems in
Renal Psyciology;" W. Newton
Tauxe, Mayo Clinic, "Use of iso-
topes in Clinical Medicine;"
Stephen L. Wangensteen, Colum-
bia University, "Hypothermia and
the Treatment of Ulcer Disease;"
and Victor H. Witten, University
of Miami, "Cutaneous Manifesta-
tions of Internal Disease."
Dr. Paul J. Furlong has been
in charge of arranging for speak-
ers.
Labor Zionists Recall Ghetto
The 20th anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto will be commem-1
orated on Tuesday evening at the
DiLido Hotel.
The 8 p.m. function is being.
sponsored by the Farbard Labor
Zioni>t Organization of Greater!
Miami.
i
Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Shiran, !
will be principal speaker. Also
to be heard is Cantor Herman
Gottlieb, of Beih Shiran, in
chanted eulogies.
The program will feature special
memorial services for President
Ilzhak Ben-Zvi, of Israel, who died
on Tuesday. Ghetto poems will
be read by the noted Yiddish act-
oi, Michl Gibson.
Chairman of the event is Joseph
P. Zuckerman.
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The Miami Beach Symphony Or-
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concert of the present series set
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The concert version of the work
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Nancy Vercen; Dr. Donald But-
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bass-baritone.
In addition, the choir of Dade
County Junior College, under di-
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Friends of Chamber Music of
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cert schedule of seven recitals. All,
performances are at the White
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The series will begin Dec. 10 with
the first appearance here of the
duo team of Paul Uoktor, violist, i
and Yaltah Menuhin, piano.
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.
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Sunday Matinee
MAY 5th
Reform Judaism Discussed
On Monday, at Temple Sinai,
! the adult education seminars start-
ed a series of four lectures by
Rabbi Daniel M. Lowry. The
major topic is "Leading a Jewish
Life in Our Day." First lecture
discussed was "Who Was, Who is,
and Who Will be a Reform Jew?"


A*
Hage 12-B
^JewistiftorXfibr
Friday. April 26. 196^ *i
air
^Mitzvah
the
Robert Rose
Ronald Reviii
trie Toines
Alan Sherman
Steven Shantiis
Randolph Malcolm
Michael Moses
Saturday morning services, Apr.
27, at Temple Ner Tamid will in-
Elude the Bar Mitzvah of Michael,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Moses, 8311 Hawthorne Ave. Rab:
f)i Eugene Labovitz will officiate.
Michael is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and in the Temples
Jcligious School.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low the ceremony.
* ft
Lane Swiren
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will of-
itiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Lane
Bruce Swiren during services at
Temple Judea on Saturday morn
Apr. 27.
Bruce is a seventh grade stu-
e'ent at Ponce Junior High, and
is interested in electronics.
Mr. and~ Mrs. Alfred Swiren,
4!05 GrauaJa Blvd.. Coral Gables,
will host the Kiddush following
the ceremony in their son's hon-
01.
Nathan Lichter
Temple* Zion will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Nathan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lichter. and
"randson of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Drasnin and Joseph Lichter. Rab-
bi Alfred W/xman will officiate at
I lie ceremony to be held on Sat-
urday morning, Apr. 27.
An eihth grade student at West
Miami Junior High,' Nathan plans
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to continue his studies in
Temple's confirmation class.
The Kiddush following services
v ill be hosted by the parents of
[he Bar Mitzvah.
* *
Robert Rose
Robert, son of Dr. and Mrs. Er-
win J. Rose, will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning, Apr. 27,
at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving
Lehrman will ofliciate.
A seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High, the celebrant is
interested in swimming, bowling
and science.
He will be honored at a recep-
tion'irt his home in the evening.
Here from New York City for
the occasion will be his grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lind-
ner.
*
Alan Sherman
On Saturday morning, Apr. 27,
Alan Sherman will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of
Greater Miami, with Rabbi Sher-
win Stauber officiating.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Sherman, Alan is a student at
North Miami Junior High and ac-
tive in sports.
He will be honored at a recep-
tion in his home at 271 NE 168th
Ter., on Sunday afternoon.
*
Ronald Revirz
Bar Mitzvah of Ronald Alan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Revitz,
will be observed on Saturday morn-
ing, Apr. 27, at Temple Beth Am
during services conducted by Rab
bi Herbert Baumgard.
Ronald is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior, and his
hobby is raising chickens.
He will be honored at a dinner
on Saturday evening.

Eric Taines
Dr. Irving Lehrman will Offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Eric,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Taines, on Saturday morning, Apr.
27, at Temple Emanu-El.
A seventh grade student at Mc-
Nicol Junior High in Hallandale,
Eric's in-school interests are Span-
ish, baseball and tennis. His out-
side recreations include music and
fishing.
A reception at the home of the
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday evening
will be hosted by his parents.
* *
Randolph Malcolm
Randolph Malcolm will be Bar
Mitzvah during services at Tem-
ple Menorah conducted by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz on Saturday
morning. Apr. 27.
The celebrant is a student of
the Temple's Religious School and
attends Nautilus Junior High,
where he plays saxophone in the
concert band.
Mr. and Mrs. William Malcolm
will honor the Bar Mitzvah at a
cocktail party from 5 to 7 p.m.
on Saturday in their home at 1745
Cleveland Rd.. to be followed by
a dinner party for his friends.
*
Steven Shanzis
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gab-
riel Shantzis. will be Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning. Apr. 27.
during services at Beth Torah Con-
gregation conducted by Rabbi Max
Lipschitz.
A seventh grade honor student
at North Miami Beach Junior
High, Steven plays clarinet in the
band and is a member of the Au
dio-Visual and Science Clubs.
He is vice president of the stu-
dent congregation at Beth Torah
and active in the Tallis and Tefillin
Club and the Torah reading group.
An outstanding chess player, the
celebrant also studies piano and
has represented the North Miami
Beach Swim Team in backstroke.
Interested in science and mathe-
matics, the Bar Mitzvah is plan-
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answer period will follow.
Two sound films in color, "Ja-
pan" and "Romance, in Israel.'
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New recording secretary for the
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Mrs Vivian Gluck has resumed
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>th David USY Will Host So. Florida
Units at Model Confab This Weekend
BeIh David United Synagogue i
lyouih "'I' ** ho Isiiunlas and Sunday, to represen-j
[, f 16 I'SY groups in the
I lorida area for a model
ion. Ann Scherr is conven-!
,,; rdinator.
Tin, delegates from each chap-
attend, and home hospital-:
l\" h been arranged for all mem-
an
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rnoon, with the host chap-!
conducting late Friday even-
services, followed by an Oneg
|;ih id include Israeli dancing
singing and a College Bowl on
I ,i-h history.
:, ipating In the services
Janet Sue Rabinowitz, Ann
[ nberg, Mark Tytell, Fred Well-1
Joseph Forer, Mark Marbey,'
(ome Orlin, Phifip Rabin, Jef-
Ram, David Silver, and Dan-
| era participating in Sat-
j morning services are Jim-
snick, Bruce Kaler, Jef-
Ram, r.tinanl Sork, Ira War-
Wuv.iy Forer. Ellen Schach-
l s beer and Judith Schiff.
luncheon in the social
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Congregation; Louis Garion, He-
brew teacher at Beth DavKi; and
Rabbi Allan Rutchik, director of
the Southeast Region of United
Synagogue Youth, will be guest
speakers for the study sessions.
A spaghettti supper will be serv-
ed in Spector Hall following Ha-
vadalah, and a "Game Night,"
patterned on TV quiz programs,
will be included in the social ac-
tivities concluding the evening.
At 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, sendees
will be conducted by Nora Feld-
man and Bernard S/irk, with break-
fast following.
Committee members, serving
with .Miss Scherr on the model
convention are study session, Mark
Tytell; publicity, Philip Rabin;
Oneg Shabbat, Janet Sue Rabino-
witz; supper and1 game night, El-
len Schachter; hospitality, Bar-
bara Greene; souvenirs, Judith
Schiff; luncheon MC, Mindy For-
er; breakfast MC, Fred Wellisch;
newspaper, David Silver and Saudi
Black.
Also participating are Irwin
Weintraub, Betta David Congre-.
gallon youth direct^ advi-or /ob
the boat chapter; Marshall Bal-
tueh, who is past president of
South Florida sub-region L'SY*;
Fred Wellisch, host president of
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Cedars Schedules
Medico. Seminar
On Thursday and Friday, Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital will host a
postgraduate seminar in internal
medicine on selected topics and
recent advances in internal med-
icine.
The two-day seminar was made
possible through the support of the
Merck Sharp and Dohme Co., post-
graduate medical education pro-
gram.
Seminar director is Dr. Maurice
Rich, chairman of the Department
of Medicine, Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital.
Session faculty will include Dr.
William B. Bean, professor of
medicine, and chairman of the De-
partment of Medicine, State Uni-
versity of Iowa Medical School; Dr.
Leonard S. Sommer. associate pro-
fessor. Department of Medicine,
Division of Cardiology, University
of Miami School of Medicine, and
director of the Cardiopulmonary
Laboratory, Jackson Memorial
Hospital: and Dr. Manuel Via-
monte, Jr., Assistant Professor,
Department of Radiology, Univer-
sity of Miami School of Medicine.
Cedars of Lebanon is currently
completing its upper three floors,
which will add an additional 174
beds to the present 108 at a cost
>f SI.060.1)00.
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Leaders of the Business and Professional Coun-
cil of Kupat Holim in Greater Miami meet at
the organization's traditional Third Seder here
in the Fontainebleau Hotel, where guest speak-
er was Israel Ambassador to the United Na-
tions Michael Comay. Left to right are J. A.
Cantor, honorary chairman of the Business
and Professional Council, Joseph Cohen, Met-
ro Commissioner and Mrs. Chuck Hall, Am-
bassador Comay, Rabbi Leon Kronish, spir-
itual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, who ser-
ved as chairman of the evening, and Moe Le-
vine. Cantor was among honoiees at the func-
tion as a founder of the new Kupat Holim Med-
ical Center now going up in Beersheba, Israel.
On the dais of the Third Seder celebration
sponsored by the Business end Professional
Council of Kupat Holim in the Fontainebleau
Hotel are (left to right) Dr. and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, Mrs. Leon Kronish, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Rifkin, Irving M. Sachs, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Hecht, and Mr. and Mrs. William Born-
stein. Rifkin and Bornstein were honored as
founders of the new Medical Center now go-
ing up in Beersheba, Israel. Kupat Hojim's
goal in Miami is S200.000 toward completion
of the 5400,000 facility. Guest speaker was
Israel Ambassador to the United Nations
Michael Comay. Also bringing greetings was
Rabbi Lehrman, whq is spiritual leader of
T mple Emanu-El.
Dais photo at the Third Seder celebration of director, Moe Levine, Louis Siegel, Rabbi Leon
the Greater Miami Kupat Holim in the Fon- Kronish, and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers,
tainebleau Hotel are (left to right) Julius E. Mrs. Meyers is chairman of the Kupat Holim
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9-Jmist FhrkMzn
Friday. Apnl 26. 1963
The Courier
by ^jerala *^chwartz
Dr. Eaward Fox named a director of local unit of American Mar-
ting Association. Martin Kahn is publicity chairman Miami Beach
Attorney Michael Shores, president cf Florence Cnttendon Home, se-
lected for Sunday News feature Oary I. Saizman elected vice
president of Southeastern Regional Business Law Association .
Gtoroo Ooatt. of Merill Lynch, attended Southeast Association of Rail-
road ad-Public Utilities Commissioners" concla\e in Jacksonville
Cousin Arthur J. (for Jtrry) Schwan, resident manager of Miami
Beach office of Bache. glowing as the Lincoln Rd. Dow Jones board
moves back over the 710 mark Col. Mitcholl Wolfson reports recorc
earnings for Wometco Enterprises in first Quarter SaaVev Ai"i^i
public service programming on WCKT exceptional Jacob Rtfkin
will chair May 11 dinner honoring Mavrico Revtrt and Jack S. Popick
for Israel Investors Corporation.
Milton Feller off to excellent start M new exalted ruler of
Miami Beach Elks, with Zov Kogan new esquire Murray Borkowritz
closed the Coronet Hotel, and will open the kosher Promenade Hotel
ir. Long Beach in June Blackstone Retirement Hotel Has air-condi-
t-d 100 rooms New Miami Beach Hospital headed by Dr. L. V.
LinoVoth going ahead Nat Potamkin, of Vic Potamkin Chevrolet,
moving into King Cole Apartments.
MWton Sirkin has taken over operation of the Di Lido Hotel, and
already ha> the Lincoln Rd hostelry humm;r,i with Btwa that Ha
I -averse headquarters wiC be there Miami Beach Council race
u arming up with mcumber.:- Marcie Liberman, D. Leo Powoll, Mel
Richard an., reterui Hal Hertx early favor.'- -
*. *
Oran Cohen ha- been named vice presided of Wometco \
ral Florida Sol Tabb, of Mar Tab Vending, getting set for
move into \ a<: Ma quarters in new industrial complex off Palmetto
Bypass m Northwest Dade Samuel Stampleman. former cnairman
Of the board M Safety Razcr Co off on extensive trip ot Europe
. Josooh GarfioM, bottled gas tycoon, eyeing Cape Canevaral area
for major development Franklin C. Rose, of Tobin and Rose In-
RoTaaaa Agency, back from Chicago where he -a- reflected vice pres-
ident of Windsor Insurance Co. The Miami Beach firm, which includes
Loonard Tobm and Jock Toban, gettitng ready for its 47th anniversary
Westtrooke Country Club certain to get future intercollegiate four-
ball handball championships Dr. Sheldon Dobkin. Coral Gables op
tometnst. reported dickering to bring Grand Prix to South Florida.
He's past president of Sports Car Club of Greater Miami Halperfs
Trophies will supply gold keys for Beta Honor Society at North Miami
High School Murray Sheldon, Rocky Pomerance and Maurice Unpor
named to bead Civic League for upcoming year. Harold Spoot will
install officers June l at the Algiers.
Charles Lmksman, of Pumpermk's. report? the North Miami res-
taurant will sponsor a Little League baseball team Al Otchak, of
Foog Sha Noons Chinarama Restaurant, still looking for a nckshau
to publicize opening of the -Vrth Miami Beach Chinese smorgasbord
eatery.
* *
Frank Jaffa*, attorney and advertising executive, new president of
Ad Club of Greater Miami, with Manny Eisfc4d and Ray Ricfctes doing
a good editing job on the handsome house organ. Ad Libs E. Albert
PaMot and Joseph Upton, of Biscayne and Dade Federals, respectively,
named to Committee on Law and Regulations of United States Savings
and Loan League Arthur Pekelner, Kitty Sakrats and all the other
active leaders of the South Florida Zionist Council earned a "well
done for their smooth handling of the 15th anniversary celebration,
of Israel at the Beach Auditorium Saturday night .
Ambassador Avrahem Harmon, forced to cut his speech short be-
cause of the dual crises created by the Jordanian uprising and Presi-
dentfien-Zvi-s fatal illness, was at his best Milton Komito has left
WIOD. and should make an exciting announcement soon HendHx
Borm has exited the News Milt and Loo Sfcepir* have regained
Panorama, and ended Candid weekly Hoi Waw-aw doing fine
makeup job on sports pages of Beach Sun .We're flying to Safetv
Harbor Spa for the weekend to lose a few pounds See vou at the
Hadassah convention
Young Pianist
Wins in Audition
Ellen BuksteL lt>year-otd p>an-
is one of the youitfest winners
' m the 1SS3 stpnent orchestra debut
concer. sudiuons sponsored by the
Miami >> xphoauc Society Or-
chestra as.1 Miami Music Teach-
ers Asjb.
She will solo with the orches;r3
at the Debut Concert on Saturday
evening in the Barry CoHege Au-
drtonum. Last year. Ellen's
brother Lee. 11. woo the same hon-
or.
The accomplished pianists are
the children of Dr and Mrs Les-
lie T. BuksteL 1055 MM l2h Ter
and study with Natalie Klimke-
vich. of Miami Shores.
The talented sub-deb has been
notified that she is also one of
the top winners in her group in
the biennial piano recording' com-
petition held in Austin. Tex., and
earlier this year, won two superior
ratings in the Junior Festival in
Coral Gables.
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children of the Asthmatic Chil-
dren's Foundation presently being
set up in Miami Beach were ex-
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utive vice president, at a mem-
bership affair of the newly-formed
Miami Beach Chapter of the
Foundation at the home of Mr.
end Mrs. Joseph Alter. 6365 Alli-
son Rd.. Monday evening.
Dr. Meyer Marks and Dr. Nel-
son Zivitz. Miami Beach alien:.
spoke of the need for the Home
and of the medical supervision to
be provided by Greater Miami al-
lergists.
Mrs. Jerry Resnick is president
Reservations chairmen were Mrs
Irving Stiegel. vice president in
charge of membership, and Mrs
Milton Koch, honorarv life presi
dent.
Biscayne Group Installs Gaynor
Milton Gaynor. senior vice pres- Ceremony will follow dinner at
ident of Washington Savings and the Algiers Hotel Outgoing pres-
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JettfstincrMian
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lunckeon Honors Sisfr
Deli
Adel''
82nd I
Ber:'
icon on Tuesday noon at
melh. was given by Miss
irnsiein in honor of the
rthday of her sister, Mrs.
Glass.
No. Miami Beach
Elects Snyder
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A total of 5.950 persons went to
the polls Tuesday to elecT Arthur
I. Snyder a-; Mayor of North Mi-
ami Beach.
Snyder bested Dr. William S.
Currie by 3.312 votes to 2,363.
In contests for City Council, the
results were as follows:
Group ThreeWilliam McDon-
ald, 3.4651 to 1,969 for John Estes,
incumbent.
Group FiveAl Herdegen, 3,488
iamizrachi. will celebrate l0 902 {or JacK Germain. incum-
,-n anniversary of the State bent.
..,-1 on Sunday. 3 p.m., at, Group SevenLeroy Levy, 2,-
. Israel Congregation. 1 g^. Newton Greene, 2,623.
festivities will also_______________________
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:.ous Zionist
.iter Miami,
Organizations
Mizrachi Ha-,
our
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the nndersurnoiL ilesirliiL- to engage
. ill be chanted for Israel's in bugtaeaa, under the. fictitious name
_. _. ...i.-1. .._ o>~] < BOl'THKRN C
LEGAL NOTICE
president, Itzhak Ben-Zvi,, TOKY
d on Tuesday at the age Miami
MNICAL LABORA-
at H."> Washlnton Avenue.
Beach, Fla., Intanda to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk Circuit Com 1 i'f Dude < "i.iiniN. Plot-
i.la.
MIsr.vY.VK MEDICAL
LABORATORIES, INC
/,' Lloyd Rothenberg, President
- 1: 1: Bhouger, Secretary
ARONOVITZ, SILVER A BCHER
Attorne)'* for Rlscayne Medical
F'roi.am will also include LOUIS Laboratories. i,-.
president of Kneseth Is- "" Ainsi. > Bid., Miami.
will introduce Sol Rashin
as etc rman of the function. Rash-
11 1 national representative of
the "v.od Hapoel.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
CQUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 43M
EVELYN WEINKK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
TO: LOUIS WEINEK.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LOUIS NElNKl:
c/o Oenerul Delivery
New York Oily, Ni-\v Yi.ik
You, I.OUIB WJilNElt. au hereby
notified thaj. a Bill of I olnpl ilul for
lilvoro- hass Ueun filed a^ain-1 you,
and you are required to .-- r\ ,- a copy
of your Answer or I'lcadtDK to the
Rill of Complaint on I lie Plaintiff's
attorney, Si 11. ALEXANDER, > Km
Lincoln itoad Building. Miami I'.each.
1 lorlda, and til" tin; original Answer
nr Pleading in the office of tlie clerk
of the circuit Court on mi before 11>*-
j-th da] "i -M.iy. IMJ if you fail t,.
do s", judgment by default win be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the inn of Complaint.
This notiee shall ho published once
agon week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JKWI8H FLoRIDlAN.
DONE ANI ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2Srd day of April. A.D.
IMS.
E. B. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
1 seal) By: L SNKEDEN,
Ii.puty Clerk
4/-.'i;. :,/:;-io-i7
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ArND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 42/9 (Cullen)
BOTD K. IIH'KMAN.
. I'laintiff,
-VS-
JE.SS1E MARI.ENE HICKMAX,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF 8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JEMStE MARI.ENE HICKMAN
I >efeiidant
I4M Venetian Drive, S.W.
Atlanta. Giiorgla
YOi;. JH*S1E MARI.KNK HICK-
MAN. ur hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
QUirwl to serve n copy of your An-
swer to tlw Mill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorney. HANPORD M.
SWERDLIN. 231 Security Trust
Building, Miami 88, Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Cl.-rk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 27th day
of May, 19fi3. If you fall to do M>,
Judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
III the I Sill of Complaint.
IXINE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 24th day Ol April. A.D.
itta.
E. B. UiVTIIBRMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
Miami. Dade County, Florida
Ity: C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
4/26. :./3. 10, 17.
Dub
rael
Lehri
I, ..el.
ingregatlon; Rabbi David
(I. Kneseth Israel spiritual;
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of;
I'.cih II Congregation. Rabbi Jos-
eph Rackovaky, spiritual leader of
Beth Tlilah; and Rabbi Tibor
Stern Beth Jacob Congregation.
Cantor Abraham Self, of Kneseth
]-!.: .ill chant the liturgy
i -''..
i". ii
Zamora Banquet
Wilr Honor
Rabbi Brooks
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY C1IVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of \.\ INSTANT AUTO INSl'RORfj
at 1727 N.Vi*. 7tli Street. Miami. Kla..
Intend* to r. uistei- said name "itli
the Clerk "i the Circuit Court of
Bade County, Florida.
ATKISHOX C"' ''. ivsi liAN'cl-:
ai;i:ncy. INC
i i'i:, ". S, in. 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN tha'
the undersigned, deeirina f eom#e
in business under th flctlUuua, aeune
.,f INSTANT AITI i.Mi ilili.l'. LIABEb-
ITY INSIRANCi: al 1727 N.W. 7th
Htreet, Miami. I :a.. intends to regis-
ter said name with the Cleric of the
Circuit Court of LMMm County, rlor-
"'atKISS.iN A i'"i.K INS1-RANCE
AOENCT, INC ,.
I M, 5/8, 10. 17
IN
T :.
Banq iI
Hersl
ZamOM'S Bar Mitzvah
to be held on Sunday
May 5, will honor Rabbi
Brooks, spiritual leader
llav-
Sal.l
*
tlM
Ti
II.
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4763
IN RE: Bwtatt of
i n \i:i.i itti: i 'i:\ii in ill.' 'S
I i.., Mil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Penmmi
Inn Claims or Itemandi Anal net
Batat<
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mand* which you maj have naalnat
Hi. PHtHte id CHARLtrTTK l>EMt>-
l'ii||."S deceaeed late of DADK
held in the Temple Social I ^. l\X??S
: affair will include a Idupllcati imd n* .....rlded In Section
horn preceding dinner. -ft* r^ltr^iurthoulTe fn
nmenl and dancing. h,.i, c tj Florida, within si* cal-
endar month* from ihe time of the
lit Ion hereof, .! thi nmi
u III he luirred
Kiorl thin
>i V|i r. a.n is
VNTHoNYSZARYC
\ ^ Ail iilniHtrotoi
I, m fi th's
\
; Mt'HOI VH
I :
S.W. 1 \ Miami
i :
ongregation.
13 years since ii was or-
rempie Zamora has prc-
im a rented store i<>
e on Zamora Ave., Coral
:ii from ;i ii'v. members
to 2ii<> families
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 43S1
HELEN BLIZABETH POINTER,
1'lalntlff.
Ill-RERT I. POINTER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tt: HI'BERT L POINTER
Addreai Unknown
You, Hl'BBRT 1.. POINTER, are
h.i.i.> notified thai a Bin of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
uaalnel you, and you are required to
s.rv. a copy of your Answer oi
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the i'laintiff s attorney, Arurelo A. AH,
100 Alnslej Bids., Miami S2| Florida
and file ih.....'Urinal Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of thi Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the !7th
da) of May, 19:'.. if you fall to do
so. ludgatenl b) default will be taken
agalnRt you for the relief d.....inded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall l- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this .23rd day of April, A.D.
IMS.
(:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
Deputy ci.rk
(seal) B> : '. P. Ci H'EI.ANI'
ANtJELO A. A I.I
4"'i Ainsle> BhlR Miami S3, FTa.
\tioiii,\ i'..i I'laintiff
I i'i;. :. S-10-1"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6*C 2676
r.NKEAN ANDREWS,
I'laintiff.
Vs.
JOSEPH B. HENNENFENT and
MATTHEW E DICIACCO,
Hefendnnts.
TO: JOSEPH B. IIENNENI'ENT
L'-'.MI I'.er.lon sti. el
w.....Hand Hills, California
Vi.il, JOSEPH It. 11 EN.N EN KENT.
are heiel>> notified that a Rill of Com-
plaint has been filed ngalnsi you, and
you nre r>-iuit,d In ser\'e a cr>p) of
your Answer or Pleadlne, to the Bill
of Comidaiiit nn the PlaliitlfCs attor-
ney, MONROE DIXON, IT:"1 Coral
Way, Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the JTth da} of
May, l6S. If you fall to do so, Judg-
ment !> default will be taken agalnsl
you for the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl ultiniAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this S2nd daj ol April, A.D.
I6S.
E. I'.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
(seal) B} K M I.VMAN.
Deputy i "lerk
MONROE DIXON
iT:i Coral Waj. Miami. I'l.i
Attorne) fot I'laintiff
I :.. ". :. If, l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In husliiess under the fictitious name
of BRANDBI8 INVESTORS at 1160
< \\ l-t Street. MlanU, Florida, in-
tend to register- said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dad*
County, llorlda.
STANLEY C. MYERS
LOUIS HE1MAN
LEON KAPLAN
4/IS. S/S. 10. 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVI.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ill business under the fictitious name
of Mrs. M. at I'ade County. Florida,
intends to register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit
Dude County, Florida,
SEABOARD OENERAL CORP.
(a Delaware Corporation)
Bole owner
4/M, B/t. 10, IT.
with
Court of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag
iii buslnesr undi r the fictitious name
of Mr. M at Dade County, Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court Ol
Hade County, Florida
si: ABOARD OENERAL CORP.
in Delaware Con>oratlon)
Role ow ner
I l, :. :. 10, IT.
Mb
Id
pie features a Religious
adult education courses,
Ycuri Matried Couples Clubs,
mr uhly cultural evening pro-
oicms, full membership of
Brotherhood and Sisterhood,
witn programs of continuous ac-
tivities, and a complete Junior
Corcrtgation service for chil-
dren cf the area.

I"
synagogue are
president: Will- vest. .i:s
Stanley Silvern. '
ii::. -rs of the
Anlu : Deutsch.
lam Raskin and
Viet- {residents; Morris Mosko
jfiti treasurer; William Locke.
i Qg secretary; llilbert Leav-
|lt, ct '.'esponiling secretary; and
Alfni Finki'lstein. financial sec-
War
CERTiFICATF. OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Iii VI.I. T' i H'lli i.M THESE PRE-
SENTS SIIAI.I. COME, tlKKBTINOH:
Whereas, STANLEY C HYERB,
MIAMI. I I.OKIDA; l.'H'IS HE1MAN,
MIAMI. KI.oltlDA; LEON KAPLAN,
MIAMI. ll.nCIHA did on the Mth
!.,\ of Novembi r, A. I >. IKS, cause
to be inc r|.oial,'d under the laWI ol
the siat. of Florida BRANDEI8 IN-
\c a corporation, with
. of business at mi-
ami. DADE COI'NTY, In the* State
of Florida, and wlureas such corpor-
ation did on the 17th day of April,
A.D. INS, ruusv t" he filed In the
office oi ih, Secretorj of state of th,-
State of I-lorlda. the ilocinn, ni.irv
authority required under Section
B08.S7, lloiida Statutes, showing the
dlssoluth.....f such corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State do,- li.r.l.v citify to the lore-
folng and thai he i> satisfied that the
requirement" "i the laa have been
compiled Ith.
N WITNESS WIIEKEnK. I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed Ihe tlieal Bealof the State
,.r lloiida. at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the SEVENTEENTH
da) of APRIL, A.D. l!"i::.
-al) TOM ADAMS,
s,. i, mi> of State,
i N N
WmWIed. beautiful and
revtrentlv cared for
aurroundlngt for our
source of vary real
corafort to U.
i .
M0 1-7693
ROOF LEAK?
CALL
VICTOR CONN
Let us repair it or apply
a new one. For free
estimate phone:
ACMK
ICOOI IN<.
CO.
685-1952
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 98
DOLLAR SAVINCJH BANK OF Till:
CITY ol NEW V RK
Plaintiff.
\ -
ALFRED I. I.A.-HEi: u\
I fend ints
NOTICE OF SU.T
herct>> notified thai the
abovi aptloned in tlun hs bei n i
luted iigalnsl you In the i 'Ircull C
of the i:i.i:\ i:\TII Judli ial Cln il
ul ii..11 Ih in and for I >ad< '.....' -
In f, ii I,..] ttraKe upon th< fol-
lowing tli rlbe I real prouert)
Lol l, i:l.. k IL'. SCOTT LAKE
MANOR SECTION HIX, aceordlnu
Book Ki, i' ik>- 11 ot the Public Rec-
ords of I >ade Coiintv. I lorlda
you are required to file your an-
-u,i to iilaintiii's complain! with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copj thereof upon plaintiff's
attorne; MARTIN PINE, nth Floor
Dade Federal Bide., Miami :!:'. Flor-
ida not later than May 27th, 19S, or
a Decree Pro Confeaeo will be entered
iigalnsl you.
DATF:i: Ai-ril -'i. IM
E. B. I.EATHEKMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) Bj : C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINK
Attorne) for Plaintiff
nth Floor Dade I ederal Bids-.
Miami 13, Florida .........
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the umlersltsned. desirlna to ensaci
in business under the fictitious name
of MEI'IV ASSOCIATES at HM Bis-
cavne Boulevard, Miami. Kloiida. In-
leiids t.. register said name with the ,
Clerk of the CiTOUlt Court of t'adi
Count)', Florida.
B1ISCAYNE MEDICAL
LABORATOIUEH, INC.
Ii i.ioyd RothenberB, PreaWmt
1*1 K, B. Slioupjer. Secrelarv
ARONOVITZ, SILVER & BCHER
Attorneys for Biscuyne Medical
I.alioratoi les. Inc.
101 Ainsley llulldinit. Miami, "a.
4/-U. D/B, U*. l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 63C 3369
M \i:.n IRIE I. VI VSi IN
Plslntifi
IH iltEHT 11 MAS! iN
Defi
AMENDED SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti III IDERT II MASON
You, Ri IBERT II M vS( N. n hi re-
bj notfl. d tb.u i Bill of i ......il h
Divorce has l- n fllerl aaalnst
in.i > on are ri gull ed to servt a i op)
of vour Answer in Pleading to He-
Kill .,i Complaint on the H aln
all.-' in i N I'.AI. .1 I 'INN. '.1 I An-I. v
Building, Ml.....I, I "i i l-i and fib Ihe
ul | n.ii Answer or Pleading In Ihe
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the -7th da- of
May, IMS, II VOU fall to do so, judg-
ment hy default will he taken against
urn for the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I-la iKl I'IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this tSrd day of April, A.D.
IMS. '
E. B. I.EATHEKMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County Florida
(aeal) Bj : K. M I.VMAN.
Deputy Clerk
NEAL I I't'NN
.14 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for I'laintiff
4 :;. 5 ".. l. 17
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 646
ItEOINA WILKINSON,
Plaintiff,
JOHN DONALD WILKINSON.
I i,-fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOHN DONALD WILKINSON
: Los Angeles ;. California
You JOHN DONALD WILKINSON,
are hereby notified thai a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce baa been filed
against you, and you are required to
nerve a cop> of your Answer or
Pleading to the Dill of Complaint, on
the Plaintiffs attorney. S\MI EL
FLETCHER, J0 ".Ith Street, Miami
Reach ".4. Florida ami file the orig-
inal Anawei "r Pleading in il.....rfl
. Iof the Clerk of the circuit Court on
,. before lh mth da) of Maj IMS.
If x ,.ii fall i" 'I" so, Judgment l) de-
fault "ill be taken against you l
the relief demanded In the Bill of
i 'ompluint.
This notii shall be p mi .-
em h week for four i seem
in THE JEWIS I F'LI >HIDI VN
i H i\i: \ \i uRDICRED ai
2th da) ol \. v
i: i: LK VTIIER.M Vs-' CI
i 'h, nil i "out I. I 'udi i I
i Ity: K M LYM VN,
i
SAMl'EL PI ETCHFZR
*6ti --".th Si
l;. I. Flol i-i.i
Attorni
I IS -'
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. iticf: IS iii:i:ei:y i;i\ EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
luis-ii. -- uii.l. the fictitious ii.,ii- ol
SEN STATE PAINT AND BOD1
at 1501 N E. 130th St.. No. Ml-
Ki., Intend t.. register said
with th. clerk of the Circuit
of Hade County. Florida.
DANIEL I.- MILLER
AMES R. ElTZ8IMMOKS, si:
Partners
i '-jr..
SHOP
ami.
lia me
Court
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF'.REBY HIVI.N that
th.. undersigned, desiring to engag*
In business uuder the fictitious name
of KE1. MUSIC SALES at 4j B.E.
10th Ct.. lllaleali. Ha., intends to
reulster said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
'"'Ti.NE WOTWBOTOW^INC. n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 10844
LOTTU3 FBROVSON,
PlaJntlff,
vs.
Cl..\(>llS FEROCSON,
Defendunt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: iI.AI'll'S FERtll'SON
Residence unknown.
You. CLADH'S I BR0C8ON, are
hereb) notified that a Hill of com- |
plaint for Divorce has been filed:
against you. and you ari required to
s.rv. a oopj of your Answer or |
Pleadlm; to Ihe Bill "f Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, LAW
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d< airing to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MOTEL CONSULTANT A8SOCIATE8
at L'::iih N.W. :*th St.. Miami. Pla..
Intendi to register -aid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of l'ade
County, Florida.
lil'I.F AMERICAN LAND CORP.
tiw ner
4 '!-.'<'.. S/S-10
t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslg.....I, desiring t" engage
in business undei the fictitious name
of Al.ESTATES BONDING CO al
\ w Till Street, Miami, Ftao
Intends iii reglatei laid name with
,t. Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
I'mi. I'..rim. Florida .......
vi KISSON .ii.i: 1X81 RAM i-
v.: i:N v. INC
l 26
FICE'S OE 1. STANLEY LEVIN E,
'.100 Southwe.-t Second Av.-nue. Miami
36. Florida IKK 1-1681) nnd file the
original Answer or Pleniltng In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 27th day of May,
IMS. If VOU fail to do so. judgment
l.v default will he taken iiitalnst you
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each we.-k for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th daj of April. A.D.
|M1
i: n LK VTHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, I'.oi. County, Florida
(Heal) B> : K, M. I.VMAN.
I leput) "lerk
i.., u'ti,.-s of i Stanle) i Ins
...... Souths est s- oi:,! avi t"..
Miami ::'.. florid.i il-'l; 1-1681 I
Attorni .uiiff
|tt L) le I I... I-. i inaii
I 26, 3 -'--1"-17
IN THE C.IRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 4029
ANTHONY s. DONATO,
Plaintiff.
vs.
1.1NA DONATO,
I I, fell'lallt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: I.INA DONATt'
r.2-1 Winkle Avenue
Jersey City. N..I.
Von are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Dlvorc. lias been
filed against yon. and you are rc-
OF-1quired to serve a copy of your An-
wer or Pleading to the Dill of Coni-
ul.iint on the Plaintiffs Attorneys,
SHEVIN, GOODMAN A ll< H.T7.MAN.
bj AI.VIN GOODMAN, 346 Seybold
Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file
the oriuinal Answer or Pleading in
the office of th. Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the SOtn day of
May, IMS. If you fall to do so, Judgj
in.iit by default will taken against
von for the r.li.i demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
Thi- notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
Done and Ordered at Miami. Flor*
Idn, nils 13th da) of Anrll, IMS
i: r. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Cln nil Court, i '.i'i' Count) Floi Ida
,-..,li B) K M LYMAN,
Deput) Clerk
SHEVIN. GX>DMAS .\ HOLTZMAN .
146 Se) hold Building
\i i mi :"-'. Florl
1 :\ \j\ in .



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Israel to Celebrate 15th Anniversary
-Jewish Floridiaxi *"?cHas Ma,kte'!E,e,y
Field of Energetic Endeavor
Both at Home and Overseas
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 26. 1963
Section C
The fifteenth anniversary of the State of Israel is shown here taking the oath of oihce for a
will record the death of Israel President Itzhak third time last Oct. 31. Speaker of the Knesset.
Ben-Zvi. who passed away on Tuesday. He Kaddish Luz. administers the oath.
Major Political Problem and New
Settlements Highlight Affairs Today
This year was a relatively
quiet one on the home front in
Israel, marked by political stab-
ility, a rising standard of living.
and continued opening up of de-
velopment areas.
The Fifth Knesset, which had
been elected the previous year.
continued with its normal busy
parliamentary schedule, and
lure were only a lew changes
in the com posit ion of the Cahi-
et. The Government, which
lad received a vote of confidence
from the newly-elected Knesset
in 1961, continued to receive the
support of a coalition consisting
Of Mapai (Israel Labor Party),
the National Religious Party,
Achilut Ha'avoda (Unity of La-
bor t, and Poalci Agudat Israel
(Ortholox Workers' Party), com-
manding 68 out of the 120 votes
in the Knessel.
After the tragic and untimely
death in the summer of D. Giora
Josephthal (Mapai'. Minister of
Develpomcnt and of Housing,
H*)V
his place was filled by Yoset
Almogi (Mapai). Minister with-
out Portfolio. Yitzhak Ben-
Aharon (Achdut Ha'avoda) re-
signed his post as Minister of
Communications and was replac-
ed by another member of his
party. Israel Bar-Yehuda. He
later issued a call for the unifi-
cation of Israel's labor parties.
Yitzhak Korn (Mapai) was ap-
pointed Deputy Minister of Fi-
nance during the year.
President Reelected
Izhak BeD-Zvi took the oath of
office as Israeli President lor
the third time on Oct. 31. He
had been elected to his high of-
lice the previous cay by the
Knesset by a vote of 62with 42
blank ballots. He i- Israel's sec-
ond President, having been elect
ed for the first time in 1937. and
relected in i%2. The President,
listinguished scholar and vet-
eran pioneer, and his wife, Mrs.
Rahel v man Ben Z\ i. have won
the affection and regard of all
by their modest dignity and
warm hospitality.
Judge Klir.hu M Manny, a
fifth generation sabra, was ap-
pointed to the Supreme court
n February. 1962 to till the vac
ancy created by the death of
Justice Goitein.
On February 3. 1963. the Cab-
inet appointed a Haifa District
Continued on Page 3-C
By AL POTASHNICK
Jerusalem
Two economic tacts ol life
challenge the government plar
ners responsible lor charting &
racl's investment and develof,
ment policies on the eve of he
15th anniversary, one of thes
is the growing influence of th
European Market on the loca
economy. The other is a sharp
step-up ol immigration to th
highest yearly rate in a decade.
As high government official
and economists shuttled betweei
Brussels and Jerusalem to nego
tiate a satisfactory arrangemer
with the European Emonomic
Community, the country conn.
lied lo record notable prOgreSi
in several areas.
Immigration and Absorption
The 15th year of the State wai
the second year of renewed mas
immigration to the country whic'
came in at a rate unprecedented
during the past deer e. Tens o
thousands of immigrants cam
I nun almost sixty countries i
all parts oi the globe. The rev
immigrants were largely classes
in the catej orj ol "stress imm
gr at ions," i.e., immigration Iron
ntries from which the exit o
Jews is a physical or spiritua
salvation. A new and importan
departure in aliyah, however
look place during the year when
an appreciable increase was re-
gistered of immigrants from the
lands of freedom, primarily from
countries of Latin America. Hun
dreds of Jews have been arriv-
ing monthly from the countries
in this sub-continent including
members of all sections of the
Jewish public, the well-to-do.
members of the middle class,
artisans and notably, members
of the liberal professions.
Such aliyah imposed addition-
al burdens and duties on the state
ol Israel and on the Jewish
Agency in the sphere of absorp-
tion, housing and employment.
No fewer than 2.000 housing units
were made ready every month
for the new immigrants. In the
months when the waves of im-
]5MliL
migration were particular
heavy they had to be housed
unfinished dwellings in ord>
that they not be sent to earn
or ma'abarot. A special comm
tee was ?t up jointly by tl
Government and the Jewiv.
Agency in order to plan the econ-
omic absorption of the growing
aliyah. This committee appro
ed plans, already in the exec
tion stage, for the erection :
2,500 special housing units t<
immigrants from the free coun-
tries. It has also drawn up hu*-
dreds of employment propos;
Continued on Page 4-C
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion OefO meets with the late
Prof. Niels Bohr in Denmark durina the Prime Minister's tour
of Sweden. Norway. Finland, Denmark, and Iceland in
August and September. Prof. Bohr was a world-renowned
pioneer in nuclear physics.
3yar 5... proclaim JZiLcrty 'jkronghont the JZanJ... &4?r. 29


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Friday. April 28. 1963
A CALEHDA* Of ACMEVtVPCT
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H flaliuii CAannttc) ii>
Landmarks 15 Years
After Independence
v.. -t"

Jam. BT-ttrStm -**
Fefe T: Heamama eieeted President
2_ ,.ee inert nth E;rpt firr
MUr t%_:- B*s-Grion.
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1423rd ogress c-
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Sept. 22-
27.;.. : n-Czccti mm
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Mar. 11 roop
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Apr,I 24U '/.-
Spt. 1*-
Oct. 25I -r unified
: fighting 1
19-Israel moves against Egyptian (edayh and pre-
aai.
Continued en Page 4-C
3c!;.-:rs going lo KBod ..-. Am Israel Defense Forces.
Prime Minister Ben Gurion Views
The Future of the People He Leads
By DAVID BEN-OURION
Prim* Minister of Israel
A- are to celebrate
re-'

I decade
a hai: -;::-
-. :> k
to i p:rtuc.
I
.
rear >e recall the- mem-
ory of ti ear
SO year* ago. fired "by the I
old hat-
ards and h_
ceivabie toda>. to establish the
foundations for the reurzent
Jewish State by build lr.g
first tura m
We
thai
.
b) -. "-. the State
. ( I
-and years of

Hebrew Heritage
I
ent nation ns its live-
: and factory, in
the i ,nd is
recreat..-2 our jreal Hebrew
Wi have established
rn educational ne"
: i to Univei
ith a -chool population this
year : 89 00as many as the
.-.the country
on the day our independence
proclaimed.
rk of our scientists and
..nd mu>:
ha; von worldwide acclaim.
from all the conti-
especially from the c"e-
Uons Of Africa. Asia
rica. come to studv
moden
l n
dcvel-
atterns I

We
grief the f our
. the v<
:
thy s essors ui-
World Jewry Rall.-i
'' -
.' m a hundn
ent countries, many of I
pressed, erisbed
througl :...ilt of Um
II therr. -
skills
"' to our titt t '
cultural h.
The en:.re Jewish
through ( worldbut for an
insignificant minorityhas ral
Contirued o.t Page 9-C
mcuu stumb uu ma
Science and Research Make
Headway in Israel Today
L
Dr. Weizmann Predicts the Hitler Holocaust
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, firs! President of the State
of Israel (1874-1952), addresses the
d .'ing its historical session m the hall of the
Jewish Agency, where the Presidential ca'h
was administered. Dr. Weizmann, a
renowned scientist, is intimately bound to the
history of the reemergence of a Jewish State
in our time. In November, 1903, he told a
meeting following the Sixth Zionist Congress
in Berne, Switzerland: "Zionism is not a r
lo the distress of the present; it is tor us a CC
Bte world outlook, which e'-'O" passes all "^e
values of our lives The Jewish oeop'e are
g /oleano, and this pos l on will ce
tinue to exist until an appalling disaster takes
place And then, u the solution to
the Jewish question will be found. This c-
uniaue, solution is that gig/en t, al Zion-
ism: the revival of Israel in its Historic land"
Dr. Weizmann, 30 years before the fact, pre-
dicted the Hitlerian holocaust.
elopmenl of nuclear
peaceful pu:
was the dorr ml theme in
irch in Israel
- year. Ii.
rnment set up
Development Com
hile a group
ical i xperts, ap-
mic En-
r- d the Gov-
ernment 'to I
- an atomic power sta-
tion in the near future.
Construction had begun earlier
in the year on a Nuclear Engi
Ing Center at Technion. the
Institute of Technology, in
Haifa, in order to step up re
rch in the field.
At its atomic reactor at Xahal
Sorek. -outh of Tel Aviv, Israel
beean to proiuce radioactive
gld : Ahich are of great
value in medical diagnosis and
treatment. Other isotopes from
thi~ reactor were being used in
r. Karen on the effects of hot
climates b,

which i- determined I
to the full it* extent
.
An
':, art the ki ; <
dioac
1 the R m ..: d Isoi
stunt, the Governi
pital at lei Hashomer
same Institute announc
velopmen: i: a systi m I
active poulticing of ""
the soles ;'. Feet, thu
ing the nee I for surger v'-
other Israeli scientist pi "')"
lie a method of measuru g radio-
activity of the soil, to speed up
the early phases of oil ispect*
ing.
Solar Energy
Israeli scientists in other Held!
were no less active. Some ol
the outstanding research (i>^,!
Continued on Page IOC
,


f nday. Jlprtf 26, 1963
at Home
*MistFk>ridHk^n
Page 3-C
Continued from Pag* 1-C
Court judge, MosKe Ben-Ze'ev,
as Attorney-General, to replace
Gideon Hausner, who had re-
signed from the post on Decem-
ber 16, 1962.
Relaxation of Restrictions
The Prime Minister announced
in February. 1962, far-reaching
relaxations in the regulations af-
fecting those living in the sensi-
tive border areas where Military
Administration is in force. The
regulations, which are concerned
mainly with the supervision of
movement into and out of three
border regions, are maintained
in view of the infiltration and
espionage organized by Israel's
Arab neighbors- and their open
declarations of belligerency.
The Prime Minister, speaking
in the Kenesset in reply to pro-
po-als to abolish the system, said
it was essential to the security
of the State. He announced,
however, that in the future,
movement permits would be giv-
en for the period of a year and
automatically renewed if no fault
had been found with the bearer,
night curfew would be lifted,
anyone sentenced by a Military
Court would have the right of
appeal, and all the villagers of
a community, such as the
Druzes, which obligates its young
men to do compulsory military
service (Arabs in Israel arc ex-
empted from military service at
their own request) would be ex-
empt from all movement re
strict ions.
The Soblen Cat*
The abolition proposals, intro-
duced in the form of private
members' bills, were defeated.
Later in the year, a proposal that
the regulations should have to
CONGRATULATIONS
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STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
15th ANNIVERSARY
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be renewed annually was also
defeated in the Knesset.
An issue that took a great deal
of time and attention during ttffi
was the illegal entry of Dr. Rob-
ert Soblen, convicted in Ameri-
ca as a spy, and his subsequent
deportation. On June 26, 1962,
Dr. Robert Soblen arrived in Is-
rael under an assumed name
with false papers. When his true
identity was discovered, he was
immediately detained and an
order for his expulsion was is-
sued by the Minister of the In-
terior. On July 1, 1962, the or-
der was carried out, and Dr. Sob-
len was expelled from Israel.
The Prime Minister told the
Knesset that Israel was meant
to be "a refuge for Jews who do
not wish, or are unable to remain
where they are. but not an asylum
for criminals." The Govern-
ment's position was endorsed by
the House.
Who is a Jew?
A Cabinet committee, which
thoroughly investigated all the
circumstances of the case, re-
ported that the deportion order
was legal and carried out accord-
ing to law, that there were no
negotiations with the U.S. Gov-
ernment on the subject, and that
Israel did not request or approve
escort by any American detec-
tive. However, the committee
recommended that there should
be a more careful definition of
the procedure to be followed in
such cases in the future.
Israel's Supreme Court, sitting
as the High Court of Justice, rul-
ed on December 6, 1S62, that a
Jew who becomes converted to
Christianity cannot claim to be
regarded as a Jew by national-
ity. The caBe, which arose out
of a claim by a Carmelite monk,
Oswald Rueisen, or Brother Dan-
iel, who had been born a Jew and
subsequently converted to Chris-
tianity, aroused a great deal of
interest in Israel and abroad.
The court rejected his claim
to Israeli citizenship as an im-
migrant under the Law of the
Return (1950), and to registra-
tion in the Population Register
as a Jew of nationality.
The authorities made it clear
that they were perfectly willing
to grant him citizenship by nat-
uralization. The 1950 Law states:
"Every Jew has the right to im-
migrate to Israel." On July 20,
1958, the Israeli Cabinet laid
down the following criterion for
recognition under this law: "A
person who in good faith declares
himself to be a Jew acd doe;
not belong to another reiJgio:
shall be registered as a Jew."
The Supreme Court cited ;
Continued on Page 10-C
George L.
Onett
Extends Congratulations
to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
15th ANNIVERSARY
\
Best Wishes to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
On Its
15th Anniversary
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Paoe 4-C
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Ff.ccy April 25, 1
963
Progress on Israel's Anniversary
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15-Year Landmarks
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aorta aad south of the country
... ftaaMfcaj dM tobm *i''.r of
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g*T In this way. new area", of
the south tfl be opened for agri-
cakarai expio.tauon and settle-
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acheaae cali* for a huge Sr-loot
ebaaeter concrete pipeline id ad-
eatiaa to a ser.es of open than-
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kMp ---' i-vir.ee:. ;> r.o*.
scheduled for completion for
months to come, but the
primit* assisted to it can be
fifaiil by the 82 rsiDion pounds
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bu to ihe continued importance opment. Tbji reflects the ,
of grtcuHuw to tn<- nation eiaaai of print* capital a\aii" ;
Or, the o-h.-r hand only I^.- l>,e tor i:.<;u?-r:ai deveiopme,,,
000.000 ha baen allocated by the u ata0 ,r :i'-- the lterm1Ila;
gorernmenl to inatutrlal level- Coninu! n p8. > -
TO THE
i, STATE Of ISRAEL
AND ITS SUPPORTERS
WE EXTEND OUR WARVEST REGAPi;
AND HIGHEST PRAISE
FOR THE MANY ACCOMPLISHMENT".
IN THE 15 YEARS
SINCE THE REBIRTH OF THE NATION
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Branch:
Bitcayne Shopping Haza
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Doe Pr.se Minister pa> -. Btni.
Dec. IIsrael becomes fall member of GATT
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tie amTal of rm-
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of Ga".:iee. atirly oae huadred
thaa'irn: acres of ferule laad anil
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i-so maiata^ the level
A pxductioa ia Israel's .
f-.t ihich coconaes tc fmd new
{.: abroad.
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toad ; BakiBg iadestrjr, in-
cbadnig ocean and lake :.
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Friday. April 26, 1963
*knistfkrici^jn
Paae 5-C
Miami Federation Marks Israel's 15th Year
.
II |. I'1 *
Community Has Given Some
$12 Million to UJA Since
First Drive Here in 1938
Thi Greater Miami Jewish
hi has been this com-
munit) leading philanthropic
organization and leading support-
rr of ttM State o! Israel for 25
years Raising over $24,000,000
in ;, (j iarter ot a century, Fed-
1 :..i. has given 'ho L'nitcd Jew-
ish Appeal and other Israeli or-
ganizations in that time some
$12.000.000 for pornrams of Im-
migration, absorption, rescue and
lation.
W: 1 Federation was organiz-
ed lo 1938. Greater Miami had a
Jewish population of some 20,-
000. The first campaign in 1939.
of which Baron de Hirsch Meyer
served as chairman and Stanley
SAMUEL FKIfcDLAND
Campaign Co-Chairman
EKNcST JANIS
Campaign Co-Chairman
c. Myers as first Federation
president, aided displaced pm
softs among its many programs
and contributed $25,000 from the
local community to the UJA and
its affiliated agencies.
By 1945, a Federation popula-
tion survey showed 30.000 Jew
ish residents in Dade County,
and in 1954 Miami took part in
the first big CJA campaign to
save refugees and opened its
heart to the remnants of Euro-
pean Jewry. The adjustment of
immigrants to the State ot Is-
rael required and continues to
require many faceted programs
the bulk of which are financed
by Federation and others
throughout the country.
Year of Independence
In 1948, under the leadership
of Joseph R. Stein, the Federa-
tion raised $1,485,000 in honor of
the year of Israel's independ-
ence, and provided over $1,100.-
000 to help in the rebirth of the
Jewish homeland. This extra
ordinary amount subscribed by
the Greater Miami community
played a vital role in the trans-
portation and absorption of men.
women and children who had
suffered persecution during
World War II and was a strong
tribute to Israel's independence.
In 1957, under the chairmanship
of John Serbin, the local com-
munity raised $1,768,000. the
highest CJA total to that date,
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation received a special
UJA award "for its outstanding
support of Israel and in recog-
nition of one of the most out-
standing community conducted
campaigns in the nation."
The lamest amount ever rais-
ed by th" Federation was in
1959. under the chairmanship of
Jack Carncr. when almost S700,-
000 was made available to UJA
for the rescue and resettlement
of immigrants from Rumania
and other countries and for the
continued growth of the State of
Israel.
Knowing the problems faced
by Israel due to the Rumanian
immigration and the tense world
situation, the Greater Miami
community between 1956-1959
raised emergency funds for Is-
CLOSE PARTNERSHIP
*# Local Leaders Have Been Long
identified With Building Israel
i
The Greater Miami commun-
ity, the Greater Miami Jewish
Kederation and the State of Is-
rael have enjoyed a close part-
nership due to the efforts of
many leading members of the
community who have been in
the forefront of activity since
the days of Palestine and con-
tinuing with Israel's independ-
ence.
In IMS, the first mission to Is-
rael was undertaken by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman with the late
Mrs Monte Selig arid Max Oro-
vitt, Washington. D.C., com-
munal leaders Abe S. Kay and
Owner, who made their
home in Florida, were highly
prominent in Israel development
and United Jewish Appeal activ-
"J the early I950's.
Joseph M. Lipton. 1961 CJA
campaign chairman, who is cur-
rently serving as Miami chair-
, man of the 25th anniversary cele-
'bration of the UJA, took part in
an historic mission in 1958. Dan-
iel Neal Heller and Kenneth
Myers were among the young
leaders of the community who
vi>itcd Israel as members of the
Young Leadership Mission in
1961.
Many prominent leaders of the
Combined Jewish Appeal in the
Greater Miami community have
extremely close ties with the
State of Israel and have held
high positions with the UJA na-
tionally "in recognition of their
leadership and devotion." in-
cluding Samuel Friedland. Dan
B. Ruskin, Jacob Sher. and Sam
J. Heiman, all of whom have
served as president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
SIDNEY LEFCOURT
President
JOSEPH LIPTON
Anniversary Chairman
rael and UJA totalling over $1.-
000.000, in addition to the regu-
lar campaign.
Today, in 1963. as Israel cele-
brates its 15th anniversary, the
Greater Miami community con-
tinues to grow in population, and
has an estimated Jewish popula-
tion of 80.000 to 100.000. the
Greater Miami community pays
tribute to Israel's anniversary
through Federation and the UJA.
both of which are simultaneous-
ly celebrating their 25th anniver-
saries.
Obligations Abroad
In this commemorative year.
Samuel Friedland and Ernest
Jams are serving as co-chair-
men for the campaign; Sidney
Lefcourt is president of Federa-
tion; and Joseph M. Lipton, past
CJA general chairman, is the
Greater Miami community chair-
man for the 25th anniversary
celebration of the UJA.
Today, the State of Israel is re-
ceiving the largest number of
immigrants from Moslem coun-
tries and North Africa in a mass
migration of Jewry that has not
been seen since World War II.
The Greater Miami Commun-
ity's and Federation's role in
saving lives must continue in
every way so that the 15th An-
niversary of the State of Israel
will be commemorated by allow-
ing distressed Jews from every
part of the world to start a new
life in Israel.
Co-chairmen Ernest Janis and
Samuel Friedland said that
the spirit shown by the com-
munity in the saving of millions
of lives by serving in the van-
guard in support of the State of
Israel must be fully upheld to
make this anniversary year a
meaningful one for the people
of Israel. "Not only must our
interest in Israel continue un-
abated, but we must be fully
aware that we cannot fulfill our
local obligations and hope to re-
ceive increased support for our
agencies in the community with-
out also fulfilling our commit-
ment to meet the vast migration
to the State of Israel and the
people who are resettled and be-
gin a new life every day of the
year." they said.
25th Anniversary Coincides
With Federation Formation
Quarter of a Century Ago
FEDERATION'S PAST ACHIEVEMENTS PAGE IOC
The 25th anniversary of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion coincides with the 25'.h an-
niversary of the United Jewish
Appeal, a most fitting occasion,
because of the partner-hip of
these two organizations through
the Combined Jewish Appeal all
dedicated to the rebirth of Israel
and in the resettlement of mil-
lions of families who fled reigns
of terror and lands of oppression.
The role of the Federation as
the central arm of the Greater
Miami Jewish community, has
been a prime mover setting in
to motion great programs of res-
cue, Aliyah. absorption, housing
and agricultural settlement in Is-
rael, not only since Independence
Day in 1948. but from the incep-
tion of Federation and UJA in
1939.
The land of Israel is unique,
not only because it has opened
its doors to Jewish men. wom-
en and children from every part
of the world, but because it plac-
ed no limitations as to the
health, well-being ard financial
status of those who sought refuge
at its shores. No other country
except Israel has ottered refuge
to so vast a number of people
with the only requirement being
their desire to live in the young
democracy.
Miami's Contribution
The Greater Miam1 .iwih
Federation in 25 years has con
tributed over $11,000,000 to the
UJA and to Israel, and In addi-
tion over $550,000 to organiza-
tions in Israel which were not
within the framework of the
UJA.
"Only our Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and similar Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds
throughout the country and Can-
ada could have helped the UJA
assist 3.000,000 men, women and
children in a quarter of a cer.iury
and resettle a minimum of 1.-
200,000 of these people in the
land of Israel," declared Sidney
Lefcourt. president of Federa-
tion. "No other voluntary ef-
fort in the Miami Jewish com-
munity or in the United States
has saved as many lives or has
done so much for the welfare of
the expanding populace of Israel
as our Combined Jewish Appeal
of Greater Miami."
Israel's open door policy has
been largely made possible
through great sums of money
contributed by CJA's here and
elsewhere to bring people to Is-
rael from the concentration
camps in 1946. from Rumania in
1957. and today from Algeria.
North Africa and Moslem coun-
tries in the greatest migration
since World War II.
What Happens in Israel?
What happens to a displaced
person after he reaches the land
of Israel'' If he is ill or if he
is aged, the JDC "Malben pro-
gram." which is supported
through CJA. takes care of these
people who are not able to care
for themselves. The JDC also
arranges for food, clothing, hous-
ing, and even job retraining, so
that the newcomer to Israel can
really begin life anew.
As world tensions continue.
Continued on Page 11-C
Jeep tours through Israel's Negev desert take the hearty trav-
eler ever colorful terrain once carved by history. Miami CIA
is helping build this terrain toward a brighter future.


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"r. tbe Dt-:_-.u:: I "-:' 7"' SJ91 M:r eta cper-i :r.e '.szze.
i drive m Miami ir 195] ate man gatberiaq which etoned the ::.-._--
earn mam bI aeeeatance :r: brad tertec to camb tc die cammvaca
entire r-:.:r. _r. '."-. :::.: sake Lneasl ibowi a private
recaption in 1951 wbare Srrr. and H:-e Friadkmd were bcato lo M
Sbaretl eb may e scothei Hatekwho a (be : 1 brad Bond
:f thai day S:::e :: brad Boadl hawt nld b ?xrese z: S6DC
on ir 2E action* around the wari
The iaith ... the land end '-be peopie of Israel The hrsi
individual synagogue effort for Israel Bonds m Miam. was at
Tepie Be-_-. Shoiom 7mo-j=hout the vears Beth Shoiam has
consisJemh- ied h :r.e Israel Bond drtre for synagogues and tem-
ntes across the ncraon }ock Cantor Isadore Hecht and Ralph
Soera ronier wtk RdbM Leon Kronish on pjans ior the irst syna-
rD~^e Lsrrre. r-rr.r; enve.
oad ulwura Temple D I Di
ng Labaaaa boa r>e-: efcuuflH .r. be :;rfr:: ..... d d-
ban -.5 bac ?= Abba Ebax whe opened Am
beael load :::.:;:r::r a ''::... tetuiaad 10 Tample Ernanu-El (fiBBM
oa an (be oea z: karaal s ISfh yam
4 #' 1 1
y Maaarab On the occasion oi Israel s
Bcr M:Srvch c Menorah was furnished w-.th 13 candles
lit a the dinner tc mark tbe :3 years of Israels Slate-
hood. This year the Menorar, win canton 15 branches
to be Ht by the seieoec ieooersh?D oi the community
whose charts ice Israel nex tne h^gh honor Shown is
A J. Mokrsky Negev Trustee oi Israel r-nrirmc c hght
oi the Menorah. syinbohiinc another year oi Israels
growth.
1963 -- Year of Redemp
A Land and a Commun
in i!*53. brad o lebrates ber 15th eaalvan
For a nation 10 voting and iac1 with a e*aPei
to her very survival, which 1- Mil not vet fully woi
,.a(. 1 arj .- an butane mm
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this act
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Miami Israel Festival of the Arts For a di!
the cultural life oi Israel, five Flondians wan r
designed Miami Israel Cultural Award aaK)dJ|
Frost. Leonard Rose A. Herbert Mathes Dr.
Wylie. Above are Dr. Henry Kir.c Bksaiord,
sity oi Miami, who served as chairman :o: Ihi
Phillip Wylie, hor.oree. and Sam Friedicr i
Good Will Cruise Pan-Amancan Friwds
ot braal Goodwill Tour aboard the SS Jem
Oho) brought together Miamians and the
bbada ot Israel in neighboring caentries m
Lattn America. Cail We.nkle cruise com-
nodara, and CbttCtl Hall, representing the
Goveinoi d th* Suite lu-.nsmit to members
oi the cruise
to boadl oi 9<*
which *-ereD%
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Page 7-C
ion When
ty Rejoice
m
relating to the manner in which
rersar) will be celebrated at the
epentlcnce Day Dinner on Apr. 28.
vents which were originated in
Ihe attention of the entire
ii i
V.' .
in i
e process of the red imption
, ontinuing pi i cess inch
in month and year to year,
a her pledge to Israel
. i' congratulated arc those
i laith in Israel by buying
el vs.ill tlic economic means
i bey Mess the Israel Bond
w ho share in this historic
, fruits hi their faith when
, r paid And they bless
ill i-. enriched with the kind
,t is filled with color and
contribution to
^irith a newly-
late Robert'i
/eil and Philip
of the Univer-
Iselections, with
Sal
pies of young
|is a custom in
lalp^rin is seen
Jv
Pop
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an'
of State presented
ents of foreign countries
Left to right are A. C.
Irving Steinlauf. Samuel
,^ubarr. Sam Blank. Max
Sidney Ansin. Max Rosen.
|Ben Essen.
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J^^ookinoj to a fruitful /rut
ure

Leader at the helm in 1963 Leonard Rosen, who will re-
ceive the gavel from Samuel Friedland at the State of Israel
Independence Day Dinner on Apr. 28. Congratulating him
on the eve of the event is Elliott Roosevelt, who was host at
a reception for the bond committee at his home, where plans
for the Israel Independence Day Dinner were formulated.
First Lady of Miami Anna Bren-
ner Meyers will assume the chair-
manship of the Women's Division of
Israel Bonds for 1963.
Woman of Valor Frances Katiman, Women's Divis-
ion chairman, 1961-1962, is presented with the Woman
of Valor Award by Israel's Dr. David Sassoon at a Ha-
dassah-Israel anniversary celebration under the chair-
manship of Dorothy Krieger Fink, which a record 950
women attended.

Miami group Members welcome Sam Blank, Sam Friedland, Max Oio-
vitz and Dan Ruskin, seen above with Gen. Ezer Weizmann, who flew from
Israel to bring official greetings, and Yukiel Federmann, head of the Israeli
organization which pioneered in the hotel industry, citrus, oil and other fields.
Israel's Bar Mitzvah dinner When Israel
was 13 years old, the leadership of the Wom-
en's Division participated in the birthday
cake ceremony. Left to right are Mrs. Ray-
mond Rubin, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mrs.
Harry Silver, Mrs. Jack Rifkin. Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Mrs. Jack Popick, Mrs. Sam Blank.
Mrs. Sara Czech, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro,
Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs. William Bom-
stein. Mrs. lack A. Cantor, Mrs. Paul Gor-
don, and Mrs. Ben Frankenstein.


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Friday. April 26, 1963
HfW ELEMENT ON HORIZON
Israel Bonds to Mark
15th Anniversary At
Apr. 28 Dinner Here
On Sunday, Apr -8. the birth
13 years ago ot the State of Is-
rael will be celebrated in Israel,
in thousands of communities
around the globe, and in Miami.
Here, the climax of festivities
will be the Israel Independence
Day Dinner on Sunday evening.
7 p.m.. in the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Samuel Friedland, din-
ner chairman and chairman of
the local Israel Bond Organiza
tion. pointed out that this year's
celebration "will mark a dual
milestone in the history of Is-
rael, its 15th anniversary and the
redemption of the first Israel
Bonds issued in 1951. which ma-
ture beginnnig May l of this
year."
He said that "this year, a new
element enters into the relation-
ship of Israel and American
Jewry 1963 is the Year of Re-
demption when Israel begins to
pay'back the first Israel Bonds
purchased. This is an historic
instance of faith rewarded, and
to the American public, it is the
first time where money extend-
ed to Israel will not only be re-
turned to the United States, but
there will be additional 50 per-
cent accrued interest.
"In this spirit, the Israel In-
dependence Day Dinner under
the aegis of the Greater Miami
State of Israel Bond> Organiza-
tion will give expression to the
full significance of the dayto
Israel and to us "
Highlights of the 1-raeI Inde-
pendence Day Dinner will be:
A ceremony honoring the
first members of the community
to respond to the Israel Bond
drive 12 years ago with the pres-
entation to them of Founder-In-
\e-tor Certificates.
A dramatic proclamation of
Israel's 15th year of statement
through the kindlina oi the Is-
rael Menorah. The flame for
the Menorah will come from the
Torch of Zion lit in Jerusalem
when Israel was proclaimed a
State.
Presentation to Samuel
Friedman, chairman of the Is-
rael Bond Organization of the Is-
rael Distinguished Service Me
dallion. hitherto received by only
a handful of persons in the
world. The award will be made
to Friendland "for his outstand-
ing service in helping to make
Miami the leading Israel Bond
city in the world on a per capita
basis under his chairmanship for
the past two years. Israel Bond
sales in Greater Miami were
$1,715,000 in 1961 and $1,827,000
in 1962. Making the award on
behalf of the State of Israel will
be the Hon. Adin Talbar of the
Israeli Embassy in Washington.
Inauguration of Leonard
Rosen as new Israel Bond chair-
man, succeeding Samuel Fried-
land, and Mrs Anna Brenner
Meyers as Women's Division
chairman, succeeding Mrs. Jack
nan.
Participating in the pro-
gram will be Elliott Roosevelt
and the noted folk humorist Sam
Levenson.
Heading the committee for the
Israel Independence Day Dinner
are representatives of all Great
er Miami Jewish organizations,
spiritual and lay leaders of syna-
gogues and temples, and a roster
of distinguished citizens repre-
senting all areas of the commun-
ity.
Sam Levenson, a name syn-
onymous with cherished nos-
talgia for the Jewish past,
will appear in a stellar role
at the Israel Independence
Day Dinner. Levenson is pre-
paring a program of special
material for the historic event.
Roster of Top Leaders
Head Local Committee
A distinguished roster of com-
munity leaders. organization
representatives, members of the
rabbinate, lay leaders of syna-
gogues and temples, and leaders
from the world of government,
education and culture head the
committee planning the Israel
Independence Day Dinner to be
held Sunday. Apr. 28. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel under auspices
of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization.
Heading the committee as din-
ner chairmen are Samuel Fried-
land and Jack A. Cantor, assist-
ed by these 1962-63 Trustees of
Israel:
A A.I,nr.-. Jamet M All
Annli Ittank, r- n
lilun William IUri Meln, Jack L'ao-
.i. ... -|,!i i h< n. Sarah <"* i n,
\1. v I, ...,!. A. C 1' n. Al.i.i".
r \ ben I "< Ramut'l
Frft-dland, David Ooudman. laadon
11. I Morriii Hli-w h, Benjam n
Kan< Sal K pn J i Klidak,
[lav Id .i Light. Joseph Upton,
-I-..--., i. Itt, Ai n Bi nner Mey< i -
\ .1 Molaxky, Max Orovlti, Jack
- lacob Rlfkln, Leonard
Rom :.. I'hlllp Rosi ill" H.
Rxi Raj ii nd Rubin Lnul* H
.in. Samuel T.
Seymour Siiv.i man, Ban
sni. i.inn. Ki.'l Somersteln, Nal
w iidi Bam W< IntM re, Carl
\\. nh Sldnej Welaman, Mas
w
Thi ol il..st.- Includes:
v : r Leonai .1 A --
M \ imowlts, William Asranova,
John I. Arkin.
lovlts. Joseph Ash, Har-
tbram Bak< i. Herman
ll. rbei i M.
Bauma. S a u I Beckei man,
Phi n-lts, Slgmund Berlant,
Tli. Bern an, Mon la Blsenfeld,
i i- Samuel Botwa).
I., n I I "! .l'l. M h-
Bronxteln, Jack earner, Abra-
ham 'asuel.
Hym n 'habner, i 'harles Chnr-
i-owi-ky, Meyer Chertos, Ralph Cobb,
Harr> Cohodas, Sam Cohen, Julius
Cooper, Morris "...M..--. Jacob Cosow,
Irvine i*ypen, Ram K [>anlels, Nath-
an Darsk)', Loul* DeCoveny, Clara
Den Isaac l lonen, Sam 1 lorf-
Ben Bssen, Paul I nske, Her-
i'. Idnun, Betty Peuar, Max
koff, Uorothj Krleg-er Fink,
Prank l rankel, Samuel Frankel, Sol
Prankel, Mayshle Frledbers;, Ben-
Jamln Prledman, Hy Oalbut, Sam-
uel Oraubart, Maurice Clans, Byd-
ne] flans, Leo Oelvan, Harrj Genet,
m rn- Oettleman, Henry Gilbert,
Ben silt. i. Ban Olttleman.
Louis Glasser, Louis Golden, Sam
Goldstein, Lillian Goodman, Paul R.
Gordon, Philip Ootlleb, Albert
Grossman, Louis H Grossman,
Abraham Qrunhut, Chuck Hall,
Sam .1. Halpeiin, Trudy Hammer-
schlasr, Martin Hammer, A. J. Har-
n-. Harrj Harris, Max Hecht, Ben
REDCMPTI0N
The redemption this year of
he first State of Israel Bonds
marks a significant milestone
in the financial history of this
- new nation, which is just 15
I years old. The loan which
purchasers of Israel Bonds
- made in 1951. when the first
Israel Bonds were issued, is
being repaid starting May 1.
1963. Approximately 524,500, -
000 in principal and interest
will be paid out during the
last months of 1963 alone.
i
ll. llei Herman Hits'1 r. L
Kdward Horoulti, Km.--'
Janls, Manuel Joseloff, 11 w ai
Kane, Louis Kanter, David Karron,
Bernard KaM, Jack Katsman, Mas
i Murrj Kuretsky, Cal K"\-
H-. Inea Krenskj
i.
N.uhun Kushln, Eugene Labovlta,
i achman, Joseph I. n, M
Lehrfleld, Ii \ Ins Lehn i Bam !
i i.. \ .n- n i ; raid L< is. Mor-
i blb< man, laid ir< I..1I.I1..1.. r.
M I A. Llpschlts, Samuel Llpton,
Martin B Lodge, Milton l.
Sam Luby, LlUlan Lynn, Morris
.M., !.. Have Margulles, Ben Marko-
u is, s. hi :. i Mats, Bmanuel Ments,
Baron deHlrsch Meyer, Mom I'
Morris, Kmil Morton, Stanli i Mvei
E. Albert I'allot, Ida I'lnack, Mor-
il Poilet.
Moi is Pollack, Lou PolU i. B im
Pollock, David IVmivv, Hvman Pot-
ash, Aron Pro* i. Rablno-
Its, Sam Relnhai .1 Ma irli K< -
\itz. Hyland Rlfaa, Benjamin Rim-
er, Leo Robinson, Joseph Rose, Ira
Rosen, Max Rosen,, Louts Rosen-
stuck, Seymour Rubin, Jacob Rubho,
.i --ii Backs, Meyer .1. Safra, Solo-
mon Schlff, Sum Schlffman, Her-
man Hchwarts, Joshua Rearat, John
Serbln, Itnvld Bernaker, Jacob Sher,
Max Shapiro Norman Shapiro, Mur-
raj Shaw, Benjamin Sharps. Bol C.
Sha> ... Im Ills, Beldel.
I .1 Shochet, Jacob Slr.ill, u.
Han Silver, Sol Sllverman, Harrj
nhoff, Saul Btiberman, Hairj
SirVin. Robert Somersteln, Charles
Sommer, Nathan K Bpector, Nath-
an Splegelman, Irving Btelnlauf,
Lea-Is si.i nsh.in. Israel Teltch.
Philip Thau. HaroM Thunnan.
Abraham I I'slander, Many s.
Warren, Alfred Waxman, Julian
Welnkle, Henry B. Wernlck. H.
' ank"n WlUtsms Manuel Yav,--
low. Maurlci Zaretsky, Elisabeth
Samuel Zltner, Matthew
Zuckei man
Rosen and Mrs. Meyers
Will Take Helm of Drive
At Independence Function
J.
I* u
A dynamic young civic, philan-
thropic ai I iness leader has
been named Israel Bond chair
man to succeed Samuel Fried-
land and Mil be inaugurated at
the Israel Independence Day
Dinner. Sun ay, Apr 28. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel,
He is Leonard Rosen, whose
success storj in the ivi rid ot bus-
iness is one that would make
every American proud of his
heritage. As president of the
Gulf American Land Corpora-
tion, he has guided his organiza-
tion from a handtul oi employees
in 1957 to a multi-million dollar
nationwide operation today.
Rosen is a member of the
board of Temple Menorah and
active on behalf of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy. He
has achieved distinction on be-
half of many other civic efforts
and served as an Important
leader of the Combined Jewish
Appeal. Prior to being named
chairman ol the [rael Bond Or-
ganization. Rosen served as a
member ot the Israel Bod board
of governir- a a, '962 co-
chairman.
A woman who has won the
esteem and affection ot many
thousands of her fellow citizens
for her dedicated service to the
community on many fronts. Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers will head
the woman's efforts for [srae
Bonds as 1963 Women'-, Division
chairman, and will be inaugu
rated to this post at the Israel
Independence Day Dinner. In
taking over the helm ol the
Women's Division, Mrs Meyers
returns to a position in which
she distinguished herseli In not;-
57.
Widely known as the "dean o|
women lawyers" in the South.
Mrs. Meyers has won distinction
in her profes-ion and recogni-
tion, esteem and many honors
for her contributions to civic and
humanitarian efforts in the com
munity. <
Mrs Meyers was the first Mi-
ami woman to be awarded the
coveted Woman of Valor Award,
presented "for extraordinary
service to Israel through the Is
rael Bond Organization."
Among her many other honors,
she was ha- won the Outstanding
Citizen of Dade County Award
and the Award at the National
Conference of Christians and
Jew s
Mrs. Meyers was the organiz-
er and first president of the
Florida's Women's Lawyers Asso-
ciation. She was vice pre-ulent
representing the United States in
the National Association of Wom-
en Lawyers. She is a me mix t
of the Dade County School
Board and a former vice chair-
man of the School Board.
I
LEONARD KOaEN
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR OCCASION
Pioneer Bond Investors
Will Receive Certificates
Pioneer investors of Israel's
economic development will be
honored at the Israel Independ-
ence Day Dinner on Sunday.
Apr. 28, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
The event will not only mark
the celebration of Israel's 15th
year of independence, but the
redemption of the first Israel
Bonds issued in 1951. which ma-
ture beginning May l of this
year.
I
Highest Israel Honor Will Go to Friedland
L
The highest award which the
State of Israel can bestow to
a non-Israeli will be presented to
Samuel Friedland. world-renown
ed leader on behalf of Israel and
for the past two years chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
Israel's Distinguished Service
Medallion, hitherto presented to
only a handful of men in the
warld, will be presented to
Friedland at the Israel Independ-
ence Day Dinner on Sunday.
Apr. 28. in recognition of his ex-
traordinary service to Israel.
In making the award to Fried-
land, Israel is honoring a man
who has distinguished himself
for his pioneering efforts on be-
half of Israel's development
from the first days of its birth,
both through the Israel Bond ef-
fort, philanthropies, and as a
pioneer private investor, "thus
demonstrating his faith in that
young country' and inspiring thou-
sands of others to follow his
leadership."
Under his chairmanship of the
Israel Bond Organization, Great-
er Miami achieved international
recognition as the leading Israel
Bond city in the world on a per
capital basis. Coming to Miami
to make the presentation on be-
half of the State of Israel will
be the Hon. Adin Talbar, of the
Israeli Embassy in Washington.
Friedland is nationally noted
as one of the most important fi-
nancial figures in America, as
well as for his untiring civic,
philanthropic, religious and edu-
cational efforts.
A founder of Temple Emanu-
El, he served as its president for
more than ten years and is today
chairman of its board of trus
tees. Among his many interests
are Mt. Sinai Hospital. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, Unit-
ed Fund, the Jewish Theological
Seminary, and the Jewish Home
for the Aged, with the State of
[Ml as his deepest interest
Specially designed Founder-In-
vestor Certificates will be pre-
seated to those who purchased > ^
Israel Bonds in 1951 and weir
among the first members ol the
community to respond to the 1
rael Bond drive 12 year-
thus demonstrating their faith
and conlidence in the people el
Israel in the early years of their
struggle to achieve economic-''
stability.
Outgoing Israel Bond Chairman
Samuel Friedland pointed out
that "faith is being vindicated
with the payment of principal
and interest to all those holding
Israel Independence issue Sav-
ing! Bonds since 1951. I should
like to urge each of the 1951
Bondholders receiving their ori-
ginal principal and interest to re-
invest in Israel Bonds in l!*'-!
to enable Israel to carry out the
great development porgram that
was so auspiciously begun in the
first year of the Israel Bond pro
gram. This will be an inspiring
reaffirmation of faith for the en-
tire community and for everyone
interested in the welfare of Is-
rael."
3M


Friday. April 26. 1963
rjewisti nrrHdHinr
Pace 9-C
Season of the year from the mosaic floor of the ancient syna-
gogue at HamatTiberias of the 4th Century. C.E. (From the
collection of the Israel Department of Antiquities.) Since the
Deutsche Orientgesellschaft. at the beginning of the 20th Cen-
tury, set to work on a survey of the 11 ancient synagogue
ruins excavated in the Holy Land, knowledge of this field has
been greatly enhanced. Today, some 120 synagogues are re-
corded that exist in fragment form, or are known to have
existed on the basis of research.
B G Views the Future
Continued from Page 2-C
lied round trie State of Israel
with love and devotion, and
stands by our side, today as in
years gone by, ready to help in
the work we are doing as the
vanguard of Jewry.
But it would be dangerous fol-
9 ly lo imagine that we have reach-
ed journey's end. Our real task
is only beginning; the dangers
ahead may be even greater than
those we have successfully sur-
mounted.
Hundreds of thousands of Jews
wish to join their people in Is-
rael, but are not permitted to
leave the countries where they
live; one daywe are confident
the gates of departure will be
opened, and we must be ready
to welcome them home.
On all our borders, except the
Mediterranean shore, we are
>urrounded by hostile states,
which make no secret of their
determination to make one more
attempt to destroy us as soon
as they feel strong enough to
ir> Our neighbors receive
plentiful supplies of the most
modern land, sea and air weap-
ons at little or no cost, and we
have to strain our resources to
keep pace.
Only if our spirit and our de-
fenses are strong will our en-
emies recoil from the hazards
involved in attacking us; only
our continued internal strength
can guarantee continued peace.
Confidence in Future
We must devote an increasing
share of our resources to clos-
ing the educational and cultural
gap between veterans and new-
comers from poor, uneducated,
oppressed countries.
With confidence in the ener-
gies of our people and the con-
tinued devotion and support of
Jews everywhere, we go forward
to meet the challenges of the
next decade, so that when we
come to celebrate our semi-jubi-
lee we may see Israel strong,
free, prosperous and at peace,
a source of pride to all Jewry and
a light unto the nations.
Abbe Lane lit
FASHIONS FOR MEN 4
2020 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone JE 4-2285
EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO THE
STATE OF MSRAKL
ON ITS
I.Uh WMYERSARY
BEST WISHES TO THE
t STATE OF ish ti;i. t
ON ITS
15th AIVNIVERSAKY
Answerphone of Miami Beach
1101 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
JE 1-3311 PL 7-0687
Progress on Israels Anniversary
Continued from Pa^e 4-C
tio.n_ of the goveruruent_to force
industry to stand on its own feet
in order to compete in foreign
markets under the conditions of
the Common Market. Israel's
total exports in 1962 increased
from S245.300.000 to $276,900,000,
up by nearly 13 percent, and the
gain resulted mainly from a $29,-
000,000 increase in industrial ex-
ports. Nevertheless, except for
industry in development areas
and those considered essential
from a security standpoint, the
government is moving to cut the
country's industry loose from
subsidies and administrative pro-
tection to a "produce cheaply
and export or die" basis.
In Eilat, the government an-
nounced n policy of attracting
new industry to its southernmost
town on the Red Sea by offer-
ing to participate up to two-
thirds in the financing of new-
enterprise'-, half In the form of
a government grant and the bal-
ance in low-interest long-term
loans. Supporting the validity
of the new policy was an increase
of 12 percent in National Product
during 1962 along with a 10 per
cent increase in investments.
Natural Resources
The discovery of rich deposits
of phosphate rock in the Arad
area above the Dead Sea ulti-
mately gave birth to a new com-
pany. Chemicals and Phosphates
Ltd., formed out of the amalga-
mation of Fertilizers and Chem-
icals Ltd.. and Negev Phos-
phates Company. The new com-
pany announced a program of
(investing I 40,000.000 in new-
production facilities over the
next three years. The Potash
Works of the Dead Sea Company
began a monumental project to
enlarge its drying pans, involv-
ing the building of huge dykes
in the Dead Sea.
At the opposite end of t'ie Ne-
gev near Eilat, the Timna Cop-
per works prepared to sink an
additional I 6,000,000 into the
expansion of its underground
mines, and the government bud-
geted a like amount for the Ne-
gev Materials Company at Mitz-
peh Ramon in the heart of the
Negev. The search for oil con-
tinued with new wells at the
Bror Hayil area brought in. In
the Arad vicinity, the eas wells
were tapped into the line run-
ning to the Dead Sea Works and
a new line is now being laid to
Dimona.
Shipping
Israel's Merchant Nw, which
had its beginning in the rejuv-
enated hulks of former blockade
runners captured by the British,
now comprising 71 modern ships
totaling 060,000 tons. Israel's
major shipping line, Zim, boasts
:su cargo vessels, 4 oil tankers. 2
combination cargo passenger
ships, and 4 passenger liners.
Within the next two years. Zim
will take delivery of 20 addition
al ships including the 23.000 ton
passenger line "Shalom."
The company recently inaugu-
rated a new line from Eliat to
Australian and African ports.
Another new development was
the start of construction of the
first sea-going merchant vessel
ever built in Israel. The 3,000-
ton ship is being built at the
Kishon River shipyards and will
be launched by the early part of
1964. Construction of a second
ship at the Kishon yards will be-
gin by this October.
The government budget has al-
located I 131,000,000 pounds for
transportation of which I 112,-
000.000 is for shipping and ports
and I 13,600,000 for aviation.
Even a cursory perusal of Is
rael's development pattern
veals an overwhelming empha- i
on the Negev. Aside from t
building of the new city of Car-
mel in the Western Galilee, vir-
tually every major development
effort, including the construction
of the deep water port at Ash-
bod is linked with the Negev.
The extensive roadbuilding pr< -
gram, partially financed with i
S22.000.000 15-ycar World Bart
loan, has had its emphasis i
the Beersheba-Arad Road, t .
Arad-SMom Road, the S'dom-Ein
Gctti Road, and the S'dom-Eilut
Road. A 200,000.000-pound ho -
ing program for 20,000 units is
directed largely towards the de
velopment areas of the sou .
.Newspapers have been carryn
large advertisements offeru .
housing on easy terms to newly-
wed-. The apartments are in
Beersheba. Eilat, Dimona, A-
bod, Arad, and other Neg
towns.
Negev Planning
During this past year, the fn
families began arriving at t
new town of Arad. Perched at<
a nigh plateau above the Read
Sea, Arad is expected to grow
become a city of 50,000 wit I I
the next decade. Those w
scoff at the idea are reminded
of Beersheba which mushroo
ed from a town of less than 810
Bedouins 14 years ago to a City
of more than 60.000. The pla-
ners are not less optimistic ov<
B'sor, a city yet to be built ne *
the Gaza Strip border. B'sor s
planned for a population of 2'.-
000 in its first stage.
During its fifteenth year, I
rael's population numbered mo -
than 2,335.000. It began wit't
650,000. During that time, in ad-
dition to absorbing this popula-
tion explosion, provided it with.
Continued on Page 10-C
CONGRATULATIONS
To The State of Israel
ON TNI 0(1 AM AT l*h fUlll* .A.sjI iiach


tSm
Page 10-C
tkmUtifihrkHan
Friday, April 26, 1963
-'
Highlighting Home Affairs This Year
Continued front P*ge 3-C
wide range of authorities
to
prove that the ordinary mean-
ing of the term "Jew,*' as un-
derstood by Jews, does not in-
clude a Jew who has become a
Christian.
It emphasized that the Law of
the Return used the term "in a
secular sense, as commonly un-
derstood by the people living in
Israel." Justice Silberg, who
delivered the majority judg-
ment, quoted from a number of
Jewish historians and thinkers,
of various religious outlooks, to
demonstrate that "the basic as-
sumption that 'Jew' and 'Chris-
tian' are two adjectives which
can never be applied to the same
noun is common property, both
to the ordinary people and to
the scholars."
A new town on a rocky plateau
in the Negev Desert overlooking
the Dead Sea, a village on the
peak of historic Mount Gilboa,
and a communal settlement near
Israel's southernmost town, the
Red Sea port of Eilat. were
founded in 1962.
New Settlement
The first 42 families moved
into their temporary houses in
the development town of Arad on
Nov. 21, forerunners of an anti-
cipated population of 25,000. The
first families, all of them vet-
eran Israelis who have left their
established homes to start life
anew in the wilderness, will be
employed at the Dead Sea Works
at Sodom and in industries bas-
ed on the area's natural re-
sources. Arad, which will be the
capital of the 125,000-acre Arad
region in the Eastern Negev, is
Miami Federation Eyes
Its Past Achievements
Continued from Page 2-C
opments of the year were:
The first experimental -olar
energy pool was built on the
Dead Sea in Sodom, the lowest
point in the world. The 25-meter-
square pool has two purposes:
generation of electricity from the
sun's energy, and desalination of
water for use in irrigation. The
pool was built by scientists
working for Israel's National
Council of Research and Devel-
opment. It will be recalled that
last year Dr. Zvi Aabor, head
of the Council's National Phy-
sical Laboratory, produced the
first small solar-energy motor.
A tiny medical measuring and
trans mitting unit, weighing only
5 ounces, which can be placed
in a helmet or attached to a belt,
was also developed by scien-
tists of the National Research
Council. The new instrument
can transmit data on the opera-
tion of the heart from a distance,
for either monitoring or record-
ing on instruments, so that sub-
jects need no longer lie on a
table or in bed for these meas-
urements.
Since 1939, when the United
Jewish Appeal was formed in the
same year the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation was estab-
lished, the Greater Miami com-
munity through Federation has
helped to make the following pro-
grams possible through money
contributed to the UJA by the
community for the work of the
United Israel Appeal, Jewish
Agency and the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee:
1939-1944The years of World
War IIMiami helped rescue
Jews from Hitler's Europe, and
to provide relief and welfare as-
sistance wherever and whenever
possible, the Nazi occupation of
virtually the whole of Europe
notwithstanding. Miami CJA
funds helped to save 162,000
Jews from the Nazi death ma-
chine. 76.000 of whom were mov-
ed to then British Mandated Pal-
estine.
1M5-1947UJA funds were
poured into a life-giving stream
to Europe to care for the con-
centration camp survivors; to
provide relief and welfare for
the ever-widening mass of Jew-
ish displaced persons whose total
grew to over 250.000 by the end
of 1946; to begin the work of re-
storing Europe's shattered Jew-
ish communities; and to provide
in the Allied Zones of Occupation
for immigrants awaiting move-
ment to Palestine, then restrict-
ed by Britain to 1.500 monthly.
1948UJA in this single year
received an all-time record of
nearly S150.000.000, including $1,-
100.000 from the Greater Miami
Community, which enabled the
first great emptying of Europe's
DP camps as an instantaneous
consequence of the establishment
of the State of Israel on May 14
an emptying that flowed nat-
urally from the proclamation in
Israel's Declaration of Inde-
pendence of an "open door" for
all Jews as a matter of right.
1949-1951 CJA funds helped
make possible the transfer to
Israel of virtually the entire
Jewish community of Yemena
mass movement via the mem-
orable "Magic Carpet" airlift,
involving 50,000 men, women and
children. At the same time,
funds financed 'Operation Ezra,"
an airlift that brought the great
majority of the Jews of Iraq to
Israel, or a total of 112,000 men,
women and children. At the
same time funds were made
available in Israel for the con-
struction of housing and new
agricultural settlements to ab-
sorb the mass tide of immigra-
tiona program that continues
to receive the highest priority
to this day.
1MMH2UJA raised funds
on a massive scale to underwrite
continuing programs of refugee
migration and resettlement in
Israel, with emphasis over those
years on the removal of Jews
facing acute dangers in various
countries. UJA funds went also
in heavy measure into the agri-
cultural development of Israel.
In Miami, Federation and CJA
have raised funds for the UJA
annually, and have the primary
responsibility of making each
of these programs in Israel a
success.
Anniversary Progress
Continued from Page 9-C
food, shelter, health services,
schooling and employment, Is-
rael has had to fight two wars,
and contend with an economic
boycott and blockade by all of its
neighbors.
Despite these handicaps, the
development of the country and
its economy has made remark-
able progress. One acknowledge-
ment of this progress came dur-
ing the year with the ending ot
the work of the United States Op-
eration Mission in Israel. Henry
Chalfant, head of USOM. said in
Jerusalem that Israel is one of
the first three countries in which
USOM is terminating its work
since the U.S. and Israel Gov-
ments have come to the joint
conclusion that there is no fur-
ther need for technical aid.
situated conveniently near the
gas fields of Zohar and Kidod,
the Dead Sea potash and bromine
works, and the Negev phosphate
deposits.
On Nov. 29, a religious group
of young people in Nahal, the
branch of the army that combines
military training with agricul-
tural work, settled on the heights
of Mount Gilboa, where Saul and
Jonathan were slain. The new
settlement, 1,500 feet above sea-
level, overlooking the Jezrcrt
and Beit She-an Valleys, will i i
a farming community.
Israel's southernmost kibbutz
or communal settlement, Eilat,
wa dedicated a month later, on
Dec'. 24, on a hill a few miles
from the Red Sea port of Eilat.
The members, who have been
living in the port town for sev
eral years, intend to sustain their
community with agriculture and
fishing as well as light industry.
A SALUTE TO THE
State of Israel
ON ITS 15th BIRTHDAY
J
N*ifc>'
MERCANTILE
NATIONAL
BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
BEST WISHES TO THE
O STATE OF MSRAEL $
ON ITS
ir>ih AXXiVERSARY
Golden Gate Hotel and Motel
On The Ocean at 194th Street, Miami Beach
Wl 7-4411
T
BEST WISHES TO THE
i STATE OF ISRAEL i
ON ITS
15th ANNIVERSARY
Markel Industries, Inc.
President, Harry Markowitz See, Morris lomaskin
376 N.W. 25th Street
BEST WISHES TO THE
<* STATE OF ISUMIK
ON ITS
l'Uh AXXiYERSARY
GULF STREAM PRESS
3800 N.W. 59th Street NE 5-0611
BEST WISHES TO THE
t STATE OF ISIIAEE
ON ITS
15th ANNIVERSARY
Carino's Italian Restaurant
4785 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, PL 8-4635
T
15 years to build
a democracy
HW
"An inspiring accomplishment
for the people of ISRAEL
and a symbol
of what man can do
when given a chance
to do it."
FROM THE SIEGELS
CENTRAL HARDWARE COMPANY
545 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, Florida
JE 1-0836


Friday. April 26. 1963
* PfHiKlfhridfi^n
Page 11-C
!,
How the United Jewish Appeal Estimates Need
Each year, as the United Is- somewhat less than $2 200 for an
,.., I Appeal-Jewish Agency for immigrant family of four or well
I i.irl presents its requirements 'below rte $2,808 which the Jew-
ish Agency must spend on such
a family for transportation and
its first year iii Israel.' The
total average resettlement cost
hi a family, extending beyond
the first year, is currently esti-
mated at S10.000.
|o the United Jewish Appeal.
the question arises: Is this a
realistic budget? What does
realistic budgeting" mean?
I,i the case of UIAJAFI. it
means to budget for the sum th.it
lv Agency's board of directors
e will be collected in its
behalf. The working budget ol
l"IA-JAFJ is predicated on this
principle. It is a flexible bud-
yet, reviewed at each meeting
nf the board in accordance with
(he latest reports on the status
dI the United Jewish Appeal
campaign. Yet here is anothei
reality which must be taken into
account for budgeting purposes:
the actual immigration and ab-
sorption needs in Israel.
Since May is, 1948. the Amen
can Jewish community, through
tlu UJA, has made available to
the Jewish Agency, Jerusalem,
more than SfiOO.OOO.OOO.
But even this magnificent out-
pouring of gifts has provided
S
unknown factor of immigration -.$16^83,000 for-eoaatruction of
was so underestimated in the units to be financed directlv bv
Wfctflal tHuVgets"ffiat Qrattlc ad- the Jewhft Agency and' $*2,650.000
justments had to be made after for lease-rental of 6.000 units to
One-third of this sum. $3,300.
is now the share to be provided
by the Jewish Agency, while the
balance is supplied by the peo-
ple of Israel through taxes and
compulsory loans. As a matter
of fact, this is an unjust ar-
rangement. In what is supposed
to be a partnership on an equal
basis. American Jewry has been
putting Israel's hard pressed
people in the position of paying
two-thirds of the cost of immi-
gration and absorption, meaning
two-thirds of the cost of saving
lives. This is inequitable and un-
fair. At that, the Jewish Agen-
cy has not had the funds to do
even its one-third share.
Twice in the recent past, the
E;n Avdut, a spring in a deep canyon in the Negev wilds,
to es its name from the nearby Nabatean city which has
been reconstructed by the Israel Government Tourist Commit-
tee for Landscaping and Improvement of Historical Sites.
Best Wishes to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
15th ANNIVERSARY
Carl Weinkle
Aaron Weinkle
Leo A. Chaikin
WE1NKLES LIQUOR STORES Inc.
20 STORES IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
t
Best Wishes to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
15th ANNIVERSARY
WASHINGTON SECURITY CO.
"Complete Mortgage Banking Faci ities"
1040 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami FR 7-3671
the budgetary year was under-
way. The tempo of Jewish mi-
gration depends to large ex-
tent on developments in some
Of the most crucial areas of in-
ternational tension. UIA-JAFI
cannot predict the course ol
these developments in the year
ahead. The only thing it can say
is that, taking into account the
numbers of those who are known
to be eager to come.to Israel.
the immigration figures on which
the 1963 budget is based are
conservative.
In principle, the Jewish Agen-
cy has undertaken to care lor
new immigrants during their
first year in Israel. In practice,
insufficient funds have often
forced the Jewish Agency's Ab-
sorption Department to refer
newcomers to the public welfare
authorities within four or five
months after their arrival.
The public welfare system of
Israel has no residence require-
ments. At any time that the
Jewish Agency lacks sufficient
funds to pay for its share of the
cost of financing essential ab-
sorption services, the people of
Israel must pick up the bill.
From a strictly economic point
of view, Israel's people cannot
"afford'' their share in the cost
Of immigrant absorption, which
is many times the amount of S8.-
202.300 requested of the UJA for
this purpose. Yet. in human
terms, the people of Israelin-
timately involved with these
human problemscannot do less.
Can we?
The ii63 requirement for im-
migrant housing is the largest
single item in the .Jewish Agen-
cy budget. This sum includes
CJA Birthday
Continued from Page 5-C
more and more people are call-
ing upon the State of Israel to
open iis doors for refuge, and
as the costs of vital programs
increase, it is UJA and CJA in
the Greater Miami community
that have the primary responsi-
bility to transplanting and re-
settling these immigrants, and
of continuing to offer them the
great variety of programs nec-
essary to make a new start for
themselves and for their fami-
lies.
"We are proud to join the peo-
ple i Israel in their celebration
of 15 years of growth and pro-
ire- We. of Combined Jewish
Appeal, know that in this year
of commemoration, immigration
and resettlement of newcomers
to Israel are still the greatest
challenge and the mosl costly need
with which the valiant people of
Israel will be laced in 19G3." Lef-
court declared.
Congratulations to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS 15th BIRTHDAY
CLUB & RESTAURANT
Employees & Bartenders
Union Local 133 AF of L CIO
At Sonial-.-s. President
Morris 0. Drapkin, Sec. 8, Treas.
821 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
FR 3-7603
BEST WISHES TO THE
STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS
15th ANNIVERSARY
Kent Hotel
i; Menaker, Owner-Managi r
1131 Collins Ave. at 12th St.
JE 1-6771
be financed through long-term
loans guaranteed by the Jewish
Agency for Israel. Inc.
Since May. 1948, one billion
dollars from various sources h;.>
been invested in immigrant
housing in Israel. Yet the end
is nowhere in sight. *
The cm-rent rate oT"~constru -
l-ifn,.0.f-.iaioli^4flt-4iai5mg in I;'
rael is about 16.000 units a year
but what is builtincluding the
number of lives to be saved
depends in the end on whi
American Jews do in the car -
paign now under way.
Congratulations to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
15th ANNIVERSARY
701 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach
Best Wishes to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
ISth ANNIVERSARY
RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Miami: Douglas Road at S.W. 17th Street Highland 3-2221
ARTHUR ZWlGENIHAL
Miami Beach: 1250 Normandy Drive 19th and Alton Road
JEfferson 1-1151
LEONARD ZILBERT ABE EISENBERG
NEW YORK CHAPEIS: Manhattan Bronx Brookl.- ..-- IslandMt. Verncn
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
# STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS
iZih ANNIVERSARY
Ann O'Brien Electrolysis
1134 Lincoln Road Arcade JE 2-1854
Best Wishes to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
15th ANNIVERSARY
DIAMOND CAB ASSOCIATION
140 N.W. Eighth Avenue, Miami, Florida
FR 9-7575
N-)\S>'
WEST FLAGLER
KENNEL CLUB. INC.
N.W. 37th AVENUE & 7th STREET
Miami, Florida
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On Its 15th Anniversary


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lit Friday. April 26. 1963 +Jenidh fhoridHcir Page 5-B TO BE HONORED AT FUNCTION SATURDAY Sapiros are Founders il.L. U. H J F .. nA ^illi> KIT Mountain %  'Golden Age" Club member desires to Share Comfortable Home Near Synagogue, 12 minutes by bus to downtown. Quiot residential neighborhood With or without meals. Call FR 9-2530 Pool party at Westbrooke Country Club will be one of the many diversified activities planned by the Young Matrons Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal for its summer activities program. The program is designed for purposes of education, development of new leadership, and closer participation in the work of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to right at Westbrooke are Mrs. Robert E. Sussman, Mrs. Jack A. Davis, Mrs. Macey Keyes, Mrs. Annette Selsky, executive secretary of Westbrooke. and Mrs. Henry Landy. Plaiming meeting at the home of Mrs. Howard Scharlin, 3615 Bartorsea Rd., maps a series of "coffees" to be held in the Coconut Grove, Coral Gables and South West Miami area on behc.li of the Young Matrons Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal summer activities program. Left to right are Mrs. Scharlin, Mrs. Kenneth Treister, Mrs. Marshall Harris, Mrs. ALben Weintraub, and Mrs. Melvin Frumkes. %  Presidents of Leading Women's Groups Will be Honored at Federation Meet \ tribute to the presidents of leading worn organizations in i he community will be a highlight %  ,• ,o • etlng and brunch Fed II of Jewish W'omI the llgi ITS Hotel on Thurs\l;i> ft, • 11:30 a m it was announced Mrs. Charles P. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro will be honored at the Algiers Hotel Saturday evening, when they will bo enrolled as Founders ol the new campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In announcing the generous gift of the Sapiros, Jack S. Popick, president of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of { the Hebrew University, himself a I Founder with his wife, Ruth, explained that a contribution of $25,000 or more creates a Foundationship. In the Greater Miami area, j in addition to the Sapiros and § Fopicks, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob RifI kin. Mr. and Mrs. David Provus, I and Mr. Charles Charcowsky and Mrs. Charcowsky (individually) are members of the Society of Founders. Guest speaker will be Judge Henry Ellenbogen, of Pittsburgh, Pa., a three-term congressman irom his district, and internation| al vice president of the Jewish National Fund. Judge Ellenbogen is a former U.S. delegate to the United Nations at Geneva, Switzerland. Former chairman of the board and now honorary president, Samlel T. Sapiro and Mrs. Sapiro v ere amom; the charter members ;f the Greater Miami Chapter. A resolution passed by the gathered members of the American Friends, prepared by Irving Billig, imted Miami Beach artist, as an illuminated scroll, will be signed j those present and forwarded to the family of tiie late President Itzhak Ben Zvi, of Israel, who served until his death this week as honorary president of the Hebrew University. lake — Hendersonville, N.C., Mountain I lake Edgew*ter Apts. Week, season f Reservatons lilerature, modern, utiliT ( ties included. 4717 Alton Rd., Mum I 3ea


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;..ay. April 26. 1963 lenint flcricfirun Paqe 11-B Marie Volpe will retire is manager of the University Di 1 '.ami Symphony Orches|rc at the close ol the sumjei "Pops" series, which ^tarts June 9 and ends Aug. The orchestra was [u.ded by her husband, the Arnold Volpe,, in 1926. Volpe, 82, "has earned |e -ight to take life a little Aei in the role of manager ^eritus," declared Dr. HenKing Stanford, president of University of Miami, in kouncing the retirement. |usical Comedy be Presented It original musical comedy, lt-n and directed by Mrs. Marls, hoenberg, will be presented p • Miami Friendly Social Club Sunday night at Beth El ConI.' on. 1st of the show are members \> Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, L B'rith Chairman and coor|or of the performance will be Hose Galton. Garshag is president of the Mt. Sinai Will Conduct Annual Seminar Here The 13th annual postgraduate seminar of Mt. Sinai Hospital will take place May 9 to 11 at the Carillon Hotel. Some 500 physicians from North and South America will attend the three-day session covering "Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Therapy." The seminar is part of the continuous program of postgraduate education at Mt. Sinai, and is approved and co-sponsored by the American Academy of General Practice and the Florida Academy of General Practice. Faculty was announced Wednesday by Dr. Harold M. Unger, chairman of the seminar, and includes: Drs. Paul Bruce Beeson. Yale University, "Infectious Disease of the Kidney and Liver;" John A. Campbell. Indiana University, "Cardiac Roentgenology of the Heart and Great Vessels; Lester R. Dragstedt. University of Florida; James H. Graham, Temple University, "Basic Principles of Dermatology;"' Martin H Kaiser, University of Miami, "Therapeutic Problems of Peptic Ulcer." Also Drs. John L. Madder, St. Clare's Hospital. New York, "Recent Developments in Vascular Surgery;" William B. Schwartz, Tufts University, "Problems in Renal Psyciology;" W. Newton Tauxe, Mayo Clinic, "Use of isotopes in Clinical Medicine;" Stephen L. Wangensteen, Columbia University, "Hypothermia and the Treatment of Ulcer Disease;" and Victor H. Witten, University of Miami, "Cutaneous Manifestations of Internal Disease." Dr. Paul J. Furlong has been in charge of arranging for speakers. Labor Zionists Recall Ghetto The 20th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto will be commem-1 orated on Tuesday evening at the DiLido Hotel. The 8 p.m. function is being. sponsored by the Farbard Labor Zioni>t Organization of Greater! Miami. i Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Shiran, will be principal speaker. Also to be heard is Cantor Herman Gottlieb, of Beih Shiran, in chanted eulogies. The program will feature special memorial services for President Ilzhak Ben-Zvi, of Israel, who died on Tuesday. Ghetto poems will be read by the noted Yiddish actoi, Michl Gibson. Chairman of the event is Joseph P. Zuckerman. 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From 75c • DINNER F rom $3.25 (Monday Thru Friday Only) • SNACKS F rom 55c fie sure to try our excellent Pasirits and Ices. (EE V ALET PARKING AT "WIN SWSSE RONEY PLAZA HOTEL • 23rd Street and Collins Avenue on the Ocean • Miami Beach FRED : CLARK 'Elijah 1 Oratorio To be Heard Sunday Evening The Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra will present Mendelssohn's oratorio. "Elijah." at the final concert of the present series set for 8 p.m., Sunday. May 5, in Miami Beach Auditorium. Conductor and music director Barnett Breeskin will be on the podium. The concert version of the work will featuro four local artists: soprano. Marilyn Pearer; contralto, Nancy Vercen; Dr. Donald Buttcrworth. tenor; and Paul Marino, bass-baritone. In addition, the choir of Dade County Junior College, under direction of Dr. Butterworth, will sing the chorus parts. Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka, president of the 70-mcmber orchestra, will provide commentary. JOAN BENNETT W LAffe COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE t RESTAURANTS 3900 MAIN HIGHWAY • MIAMI • HI 5 2581 V / ~V^V"'V"^'" V > ^'* %  V >, V"V*V~V^^^^V THE OPERA GUILD Of GREATER MIAMI presents FIVE MEW YORK CITY CENTER SINGING STARS IN THE OPERA BARBER OF SEVILLE to TWO HUNDRED Cal MusWtiiiiH fit J E 8 4345 |UI E FOOD AND ATMOSPHERE J 3 *. &f *. lANCINt i fi NI6HTtr EXCEPT SUNMl Ho uOVU Nc MIN m POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT •w and.GARDENS PHONES IMI FR 18179 FT UUO HLWP WA 1 ?:i US "1 SCIACCNT 10 H0LIVW0OD 00C TRiCK Chamber Series Announced Here Friends of Chamber Music of Miami announce the 1963-64 con cert schedule of seven recitals. All, performances are at the White Temple on NE 2nd Ave Miami. The series will begin Dec. 10 with the first appearance here of the duo team of Paul Uoktor, violist, i and Yaltah Menuhin, piano. Scheduled for return performances are the Claremont Quar< tet, Dec. 16; Hungarian Quartet, %  Jan. 16, 1964; Quartetto Italiano, Feb. 11; and Albeneri Jrio, Apr. Also to appear for the first time in Miami will be the San Pietro Chamber Orchestra of Naples, featuring 21 instrumental virtuosi conducted by Renato Ruotolo, on Jan. 23. As in the past, memberships to single events will not be sold. According to Lawrence Friedman, treasurer, 68 W. Flaglcr St., there are only a limited number of memberships available. Sunday Matinee MAY 5th Reform Judaism Discussed On Monday, at Temple Sinai, the adult education seminars started a series of four lectures by Rabbi Daniel M. Lowry. The major topic is "Leading a Jewish Life in Our Day." First lecture discussed was "Who Was, Who is, and Who Will be a Reform Jew?"



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Page 8-A + Jmt3t > n*rktfr*r Car.tor's Association of Greater Miami honors ttjchaxcj Tucker, world-renowned Metropolitan Oper."-. tenor and cantor, at the second in a series of seminars held recently on Miami Bear.-. Seated 'left to righO are Cantors David Co;;v;ser, Temple Beth Sholom; Richard Blpwn. Temple Judea; Saul Breeh. Temple Ner Tpmjd: Richard Tucker; Abraham Seil, Kneseth Israel; Louis Cohen, Israelite Center. Standkia v'.eh to right' are Cantors Jacob Koenigsberg, William Royal. Eli Samuels, Hirsch Adler, Temple Emanu-El; Gershon Levin, Coral Way Jewish Center; Sheldon Kodner. Temple Beth Am; Ernest Steiner. Eeth Sholem of Hollywood. Not shown are Cantors Jacob Bornstein, Temple Israel. Ben-Zion Kirshenbaum, Beth Torah Congregation; Yehudah Heilbiaun, Hollywood Temple Sinai; William Lipson, Beth David; and Edward Klein, Temple Menorah. Torah Umesorah Director to be Guest Speaker at Academy PTA Meeting D~ Joseph Kanunetsky. national director of Torah Imosor ah. the National Society for HeDa] j-ihools. will be the leer at the Hebrew AcadPTA annual spring meet AJ at S | neetinfl will be held in the > auditorium a: 2400 Pine Dr TA will hold the meeting in injunction with the 15th birth. state of Israel and the finals in the school's annual orator... & contest. Winters of the Hen: Academy's Science Fair v4* altt be announced. Kaminetsky i> editor of 'Th< Jewish Parent." The magapublished DJ the National ion of Hebrew Day School PTAd >: which he is educational linator '-. graduate of Yeshiva College and Caachen Ciille.ce. Columbia Unit :-.:>. Kaminetskj .an aaaoprofesaor ot education at the School of Education at 1 University, and a member executive committee of lonal Council for Jewish V 1 round of the Hebrew !i contest will he •> l>r Praser P White. .1 --or >.f speech at OAOC ISJLIV3 M >vi BEACH -_o D jc->. asm* LAT •. iLtSICO OR. JOSEPH KAM/NETSKY GELB MONUMENTS INC. Opt n {very Doy • Closed Sabbofh 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1 8583 X Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI a. DOVESTIC GIFTS Hpr-e* Religious Supplies for BynaooouM Sti:: 1 *! PnviltUn 1565 WASHIVGTON AVE. V ~-i Beach — JE 8-3840 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Sreotrr Miami $ largest It Olaest Supplier far Synagogues Hebrew A Senday Schools. Wktlttml* X tttoil liSAU, mm AMD NOVtLTItS 417 Moshinftaa Are. JE1-9017 Newest Funeral Chapel on Miami Beach ALAN M. BUNK, INC. AUTHENTIC JEWISH RITES : MOOBoN FACH 1 F5 EXPES ENCEC STAFf CONF Tr 1 ." -. SB :E SHIPPING ANCONSERVA' E OUR ASSOCIATED CHAPELS IN •.mauraa, Pe.-BIANR EPOS INC. Battiattre. Ma.-JA UWtS, INC 531-3441 531-7121 IT : APPOINTED • CENTRAUY LOCATED 1743 BAY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH the University of Miami: Mrs. Richard Gillen. former speech instructor at Miami Beach High School: and Mrs. Hillard Halpyrn. speech instructor at the Academy. Mrs. Mildred Dearr. president of the PTA. announced that the following students are vying for top prizes in the speech contot Intermediate group — Robert Simon. Robert Reinhard. Karen Zuckennan, Soryl Schrieber, Eii.atan Horvitz and Harry Peters. Junior High Department—Sandy Genet. Uaxine Zisquit. Robert Jacobson, Sandra Ehrenreich. Gerald Komreich. Mark Schickman. Leon Pollack. Lanny Rose, and Dorothy Goldstein. Also on the evening's agenda will be tha presentation of the slate of officers for the 1963-64 school year by Mrs. Zvi Berger, chairman AMERICAN ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE x*s ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS — HOMES } WASHINGTON AVE M B. JE 1-7722 S. Scnwarti Friday, April 26, 1963 T Bar to Middle East War? Continued from Page 1-A • United Nations. The Daily Express said the plans for BritishAmerican intervention were drawn up. due to the dangerous situation in Jordan. Dispatches from Cairo received here reported that the Egyptian press "can hardly contain it> pleasures" in reporting the current pro-Nasser demonstrations in Jordan. The influential C newspaper "Al Gnmhouria" was reported as declaring: "We could hardly blame the Palestinians who fired the (in Jordan 1 For onlv hv bullets will Palestine be liberated." Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. • v i r ir %  MO 1-7693 SACHS UNVEILING Dedication of u Monume i to id. Mi no %  of the hit SIDNEY SACHS icill tjtcplace Sunday, April 28th, at the Famil> Plot Mt. Nebo Cemetery, at 3:15 p.m. with Rabbi .\i"un Sliur 1 '" % %  and Cantor William Lipson officiating. Mi Sachi ilurvived by inlov fog wile. Brcnda. and two daughtcr-. Francinc Faith .md S Sue Mr Sachs ..A member i i Beth D.IMJ Congregat on. Chaplain of Hibucu I er president ol :'• %  Zioi %  <>-• %  %  lion ol Mid v Mahi SI % % %  I / ... A A GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRES'DENt IKE GORDON FUNcRAL DIRECTOR WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 PALMER MEMORIALS "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" SID it. |' LM| Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To live in Hi-.rl, W. lev Behind It to live Forever. man man Scheduled Unveilingt SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 19*3 Mt. Sinai Cemetery BETTINA EPSTEIN, It a.m. NATHAN ROSENFEID, 3 p.m. V .. A Jewish Section of Wood/own Cemetery DORA WECHSLER, 2 p.m. 'May Their Souli Repose in E.fu! 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Page 4-B 'Jmlsli finr/dUnn Friday. April 26, 1363 Beth David Ladies In Annual Donor Beth David Sisterhood will hold it? annual donor luncheon on Thursday, May 2, 11:30 a.m.. at the Fontaine Room of the Fon' linebleau Hotel. Donor chairman s. Murray D..' Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Synagogue will bring greetings, and Lewis Sternshein, president of Beth David, will attend. Mrs. Louis Seitlin, president of the Sisterhood, announced that Mrs. William Dickson, president of Florida Branch, National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America, ,VJ11 be guesl speaker. Miami Beach Cancer League, which supports president; Mrs. Jerome Rado, president; Mrs. research and treatment at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Paul Brombeig, installing officer; Mrs. Frances installs new officers following the annual Linn, out going president; Mrs. Harold Sogloluncheon on Friday at the Barcelona Hotel, vitz, vice president; Mrs. Sidney Ohrbach, They are (left to right; Mrs. Joseph Segal, vice vice president. Mrs. Nat Barth to be Installed New President of Beach Hadassah Chapter More than 1.200 guests will atFink. Mr tend the donor regard luncheon Samuel Z and installation of new officers of Miami Bea?h Chapter of Hadassah net1 Beckerman. or Monday. May 13, at the Deaupresident, ville Hotel. Maurice Cahn. Mrs. Sakrais and Mrs. Barprogram vice noon. The Frcshko Duo will preM !it a program. a • • Shaloma Group—Monday. 6 at a luncheon at the Alt Hotel. Mi-Lillian Goodman will installing officer. • Southgare Group — Thursday, May 9. noon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs Oscar Sindell will be installing officer. From New York City. Mrs. Max Schenk. national Youth Aliyah chairman, will give the principal address and install Mrs. Nat Stephen S. Wise Group—Monday, May 6. the Barcelona Hotel at Group chairmen are Mrs. Barney Davis. Mrs. William Saffir, Mrs. Herbert Gutman. Mrs. Harry Horwitz. Miss Frances Lebon, Mrs. Ethel Herman, Mrs. Louis Goodnoon. Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink Barth as next president of the Miman. Mrs. Herman Bloom. Mrs. E. will be installing officer, and Carol ami Beach Chapter. Gergman, Mrs. Ann Reback, Mrs. Dunn will be the soloist. Saul Peckins, Mrs. Charles Krupit,' • • • Serving with Mrs. Leo Levin. Mrs Dav id Wolowitz and Mrs. ReRtnanah Group—Tuesday May donor chairman, are Miss LUlian ^^ gussman. | 14 the Algiers Hotel at 11:30 a.m. Ner Tamid Will Install Slate At Breakfast Newly-elected officers of the congregation. Men's Club, Sisterhood, and Board of Directors of Temple Ner Tamid will be installed by Rabbi Eugene La bo vitz in Sklar Auditorium following a 10 a.m. breakfast Sunday morning Sisterhood will be host for the occasion Presents are Murray A Sh congregation; Mrs. Henrietta Fine, erhood; Irving J. Engel. M Club; and chairman of the beard. Irvine C. Spear. Spear. tOV n proseeutor of Surfia member ol iami iiade County, Florida and American Bar Assns., and Is now serving on the Florida Bar Insurance Negligence Law Committee. On Saturday night, the M Club will sponsor a dance featuring entertainment at the Balmoral Hotel. D. Dale Regent is in charge of the affair. Goodman. outgoing president; Mrs. Ann Mebiick. arrangements' Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, pro; chairman; Mrs. Sam Ruban, decogram chairman, will introduce a rations; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger program of opera highlights pre-' 14. Mrs. Nat Barth will install the new If you like sented by Carol Dunn, soprano; Ruth Williams, contralto; William Royal, tenor; and Robert McPher-i son, baritone, with Miss Esther I May KREPLACH slate. • • • Henrietta Szold— Monday, 20, at the Algiers Hotel. • • Morton Towers Group—Monday, Barrett, narrator and accompanMay 20. noon at the Morton Towis! I ers. Mrs. Nat Barth, Miami • • I Beach Chapter president, is inOf the 15 groups in Miami Beach' staUation officer. Chapter of Hadassah, other in • stallations to be held in May are: Emma Lazarus Group—Installa-, Esther Group—Thursday, May tion of officers on Monday, May 2, at a luncheon at the Algiers 20, noon, at the Washington Fed-' Hotel. Mrs. Nat Barth will ineral Savings and Loan Assn., Norstall the new slate. mandy Isle Bay Harbor Group—Monday, Rabbi D/SCUSSeS Decalogue May 6. at a Singapore Hotel lunch-, eon. Gus Roberts will be installing officer. Hanna Seneseh Group—Monday, May 6, the EdenRoc Hotel at Rabbi David Shapiro, of Temple Sinai in Hollywood, televised a series of messages over Ch. 7, WCKT, in a newly-created all-religion program this week. Theme was the Decalogue. 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. 32 pages. All dates and Hebrew equivalents and days of the week, Oct. 1940 to Sept. 1964. Important Jeuish holidayt to 1970. For free copy write to H. J. Heinz Company, Dept, J2, Pittsburgh 30, Pennsylvania ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE H b your protection against WUtions-your guarantee of excellence In flavor, texture and quality. Look lor tha weed f ai le e r lea f en the Swiss Cheese yea bey...chunk or sficad... You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by limed Chef Boy Ar-Dee. 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Page 10-A +Jmlstinbr**am Friday, April 23. 1363 I Write as I Please By CAM ALPWT %  %  Straws in the Wind Show Better Russian Ties With Israel Haifa %  ulUCH has been written of late %  regarding the Soviet atttitude to the Jews. Notice has been taken that the harsh penalties imposed for economic crimes have! in the main | been directed I against Jews, j The ban on the! prov i s io n of! matzot for Pass-1 over was ad-1 duced as further and most | recent evidence to the Jewish seems to be no let-up Soviet military aid to Egypt and Syria. The picture hardly looks promising. Yet we should not lose smht of the fact that Soviet diplomacy of antagonism people. There is never necessarily characterized by what in the West would be called consistency. Policy is dictated by what appears to be in the best interests of the Soviet Union at any given moment, even though such policy may appear to contradict principles previously held. And it is on this basis, reinforced by straws in the wind, that I can see a radical change impending in Russian attitude to Israel. In my opinion, this change will be manifested by marked increase in commercial relations with Russia—or by the beginning of a small but definite stream of immigration from Russia to Israel—or both. The Israeli writer, Yizher Smilansky. visited the Soviet Union last year and reported on his meetings with Jews. There have been many such visitors, and the reports they have brought back are conflicting. Even Smilansky's picture has its black aspects. But he reports one conversation which is striking in its impact* A middle-aged Jew, speaking to him almost breathlessly in Yiddish, said to the Israeli: "You are only two million. That's not enough. But we here are three million. That makes five million Jews; and together we can beat the Fascist Nasser." The emotional band which links the Jews of Russia to Israel is unmistakable. It is no secret from the authorities in Moscow. Attempts to discourage it or sever it have failed abysmally, and have served only to accentuate the relationship Were the gates of Russia to be opened to Jewish emigration there is little doubt what the result would be. In this connection, it is not without significance that the usually well informed and politically astute president of the World Zionist Organization, Nahum Goldmann, told an audience at Ashdod not long ago that he hopes to be able to announce in the near future the good news of immigration from Russia. Israel Minister of Finance Levi Eshkol voiced similar optimism in connection with commercial relatons last month. He saw the possibility of improved trade relations with Moscow in the none-too-distant future. Khrushchev is no fool. Na>. ser's double-talk has not hoodwinked him at all. Arab •'cleverness'' in playing off .Moscow against Washington is quite obvious, but when Nasser gives the impression that he ha* the Russians in his pocket, ani can carry on his international Intriquej with the confidence of absolute Russian support under any circumstances. he is Stretching his luck too far. Khrushchev mii-t inevitably resent this air ot insurance by the Napoleon on the Nile .The time is rapidly an. proaching when Moscow must serve notice that its support for the Arabs can not be iken tor granted. It is against this background that one can venture to predict a shift in Russian policy. • n ay be intended only to slap dc n arrogant Arab presumptuoivne^ but the results will be f favor. Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Lessons of Love: Modern Thinking, Ancient Tradition MORE LOVES THAN ONE: The Bible Confronts Psychiatry. By Stuart E. Rosenberg. 190 pp. New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 18 E. 41st St. $3.95. %  T WAS A pleasure to see another book by the %  spiritual leader of Canada's largest Jewish congregation. Beth Tzedec Synagogue in Toronto. "The Bible Is For You." which was reviewed here not very long ago. was a warm, sensible book which analyzed passages of Torah in such a way as to throw into relief their actual pertinence to the human situation. Now, with "More Loves Than One." Dr. Stuart Rosenberg employs the same technique in somewhat narrower focus. The "psychiatry" part of the title should excite neither fear nor prurient curiosity; Dr. Rosenberg means it not in its dictionary sense, the medical specialty dealing with disorders of the mind, but connotatively. to indicate the intellectual range of the theories which he Biblically confronts. Whether or not ours is "a culture infatuated by a philosophy which links love to the biological urges of the pleasure-seeking principle'." or whether this legacy may properly be said to have come from our misinterpretation of Freudian thought, is not really Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Nasser's Pushbutton World Building Apace •THERE ARE ACTIONS the Ad ministration could take to [ivei deeper meaning to President Ken I s proclamation calling for! observance on Apr. 21 of the 20th| anniversary of tl \ Ghettl Uprising. Mr. Kennedy i oted that tlu I Jev ish martyrs lacked "militarj resources" but struggled "agains the overwhelming forces of the Nazi occupiers for more than ihroe week-, thereby providing a chapter in the annals of human heroism ." Today, the c c< no -hutto Israel Nasser's goal, annihilation oi Israel, is no different from that of SS Gen. Jurgen Stroop, commander of the Nazi forces assigned to liquidate the Warsaw ghetto. The survivors of the Nazi holocaust and other Israelis have no desire to die in another fiery and doomed ghetto. They see Egypt being armed and trained by the Soviet Union. Egypt has received Russian offensive weapons more modern than those removed from Cuba at American insistence. Meanwhile, Egypt is developing a new "Africa Corps" of West German scientist* and technicians, including Nazis, to build missiles and supersonic Messerschmitt jet fighters. But the fact most difficult to live with is the indirect subsidization by the United States of the Egyptian military build-up. State Department oflicials still refuse to draw a moral distinction between Democratic Israel and totalitarian Egypt and equate the two nations as equally worthy. There are hints that if Israel says too much about Egyptian missiles, some people here might start questioning Israel's development of new weapons. President Kennedy last year met a situation which then existed. He authorized Israel to purchase Hawk anti-aircraft missiles from the United States. Negotiations over purchase terms arc just ending. The Hawks are yet to be delivered. The Hawk may be outdated even before it arrives. Itpurpose was to shoot down the Soviet jet bombers acquired by Egypt. Now the Egyptians have not only bombers but ground-to-ground missiles and ship lo ground missiles. Israel has nothing to stop such missiles once they are launched. Even conventional warheads (non-nuclear; would cause devastation of Israel's crowded coastal cities. %  la-ses of Israelis would die. The population of Israel is slightly over 2,000.000. Egypt has almost 30,000,000. Israel is not interested in liquidating masses of Egyptians. She has no ground-to-ground missile or any other kind except, when it arrives, the anti-aircraft Hawk. A gap now exists, to Israel's perilous disadvantage. An "escalation" of weapons systems has occurred. Nasser no longer has to use bombeYs to blast Israel. He needs only to push buttons and dispatch salvoes of missiles which are unstoppable by Hawks or anything else. The Egyptian missile does not have to land on top of Tel Aviv's Dan Hotel. Allenby Road will do. The Hawks will arrive this year to meet last year's situation. Israel once more lags behind. Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Cardinal Bea's Eyes and Hands Tell the Story AUGUSTINE CARDINAL BEA, Chief § ^* Vatican spokesman on Chri unity, ine of the most liberal eccles es in the Catholic Church] and e 'i unity an religious diversity. He is also universally reputed as an "ohev Israel." Iriend of the Jevs in the niicNt of a world that still n preach] of brotherhood ami love of neighbor of ; II skins and skeins of faith. His deep humanity was especially felt at the Ecumenical Council, convened at the Vatican last October by Pope John XXIII Great men, .-aid the British essayist Carlyle, make history. What manner of man is this Cardinal who is on the way to making religious history? I could never hope to meet such a dignitary even if I were a Christian. But I have come within sufficient distance of him to make a judgment. It was at a dinner tendered for the Cardinal by the American Council for the International Promotion of Democracy under Cod. I stood at the bottom of the stairs as Gov. Rockefeller escorted his eminence to the reception, a position which enabled me to look at two physical facets which to me more often than not tell the inner story of man, any man. He has a kindly face I thought. Then I looked at his hands and they were good hands, hands that were born to minister. important. What is important is that the author revivifies the oldest insights and thus Uhimin renew ones. For love relationships — of self, familv md neighbors — remain the same. A penrating psychological analysis of the Adam and Eve rj for example, turns on the resolution of the aiu I) of being a separate, therefore free, person. The answer which Adam and Eve clearly learned: 'The answer to human separation is reunion by love." Again, in perhaps the most fascinating discussion on the love of parents and children, the Abraham-Isaac story is probed to yield up its lc %  tl conflict. Wcllisch had written earlier: "This ( mand (to sacrifice Isaac) emanated from the source which formerly imposed the powerful repression of aggressive impulses but now it appar cntly coincided with them. It cruelly allowed /• ham to reenact his primitive infanticidal wish.tut at the same time it forbade him to inch: 1 ,: in them." The psychological interpretation ii "Abraham was in danger of loving God so m he would have destroyed his own son, in the nan that love." and relationship of the Bible's r -. 'II. of course, disagree with the definition given in the 11 v dictionarj thai a Jew is one who > "' '" a nation existing in Pale-tine from the 6th C6 itu I i 'lie i-t century AD." They will argue ths I J ewS have never ceased to exist as a Dal Hut on the whole, the new ed lioi f 'he > 0 giate Dictionary will he welcomed. It ..nc'lot on. I several definitions of the word Jew and carefully .voids latory nuances. It includes a : ::mber ot Hebrew words which were not included in tin earlier cdii as of the same dictionary. It lists for the first time the Republic of Israel and. in its biographic addenda of over 5.000 persons who made history, David Ben-GuriOfl pr& sented as the Prime Minister of Israel. W



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Friday. April 26. 1963 *Jfni*li ffrwtdHiriin Page 11-A T COURT OF THE CIRCUIT, IN AND LEGAL NOTICE ''•£Hn L ou FOR DAU* CHANCERY C.,,1 No. 66C. 3443 wiFsijrT.'i ,,;; ;; ;i. FRANCO DH Si I, • x | i, '. ndallt. urn plaint Cor Dlvorc „r HI. above Court, „ py thereof upon (Jlno. .. Attornrj at Law, I0. I in,!,;., in N.B. and ... in i. Florida on or before • Ma) IMS. or else ram.uiin iii I" talten as confessed. ,,,,. : .„i, iaj ,,f March, IM3. II LEATHKRMAN Clerk • i the ClrcuM Court P. COPELAND IN IN' THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 52834-B RE: FJstate "f (SIMEON .1. STEINBACH. NOTICE OF''INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION ( AND FINAL DISCHARGE \ rriPK ihereby in that l .1 my Ilnal Report anil l'etlUi-li ibutii.tt anil Final l'lsi:v. mrix of the. eatate of i steinbach, deceased: and • %  ill day i.f May. IMS, will %  In Honorable County Judges County, Florida, for approval •aid Final Report and for dlstrtiii final discharge a* Exe, u • N %  :.. eatate of the above-named Thin 1st .lav of April, IMJ. SKI,MA ELROD Exe, itrix WKIVKLE .\ KESSLER \:torn* > i : -. In Id Building 12. Florida i 5, 12, in. L' CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 3610 KASi iS, lit -is Administrator %  ii \ir.iii g, mi i (fflcer ..f -%  •. v ..f \ ui.-i lea, and : In 'it'll office, and %  HI.. liHI.i i ux, el ali VMMU iff? LEGAL NOTICE "Gentlemen, it's to be an Orthodox Shul, so please... no pig iron." Copt. 1961. Deynw Fioduellrtt IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59021-B iii RE: Estate "f • AXOELO BI8ANTB t "• „ Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.I AII creditors and All Parsons Hav. Ing Clalma or Demands Against Bald Bstatt : You are hareby notified and required to present any Claims and demanda which you may have against the estate of AXOELO BI8ANTE deceased las of :'n Maplewood Avenue, Outremont, P.Q-, Canada, to tinCounty Judges of Dade County. ami flUthe same in duplicate ami aa provided In Section 7JS.16, Florida statutes, m their office* In the o.miiy Courthouse in Dade County, FlbfIda, within six calendar months from tin'time of iinfirst bubbllcatlon hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated al -Miami, Florida, this 2nd da of April, A-D. I9M. LEONARD E AN'i IBLi i and .i .i\.\ DE ANtlELO. Ins :.' Il\ im-. Including any nn'. ii opousea • i said IJefi ndants > have • nut I rled, and if % I, their unknown heirs, degrantees, assign, es, credit) norn, trustees, and all %  i -..iirlaimlng b> igh, undi r or against thesi endants, whose residences are \ HEREBY NOTIFIED %  ; h .I .II brought against i. s :I.I: VSi N, JR., as AdI,,i ..; Veterans Affairs, an of the l*ntt d States "f Amer.,,I hli i • --"i In such ofi :.i. or thi i assigns, to for< i inoi igage i-ncumbi i Ins i hi d.-.iiii.d propel tj. to %  ItliM-k II, FIRST VDDI•s TO NORTH RIDOK. a. to tin pl-it thereof, as ri In rial Rlook ".'., ai page %  %  .. ibllc n cords of i de Florida! required t.. file your witth the Clerk -f Hi. Clr• "• .nr' ..t l Nuii "ountj. F im Ida, • II Miami, Florida, :. May 7. 1963, and !•• -• k'e of u n answi r upon MYERS, VN K Ml. AN A CATSMAN, attorneys, whose address n n-Klfty Building. 1150 S Street, Miami 16, I I--t i-1 ..n pr aid date, an required bs the • i loi Ida if II fall '" do so, in iii be taki n H coni by '...ii and .. i %  • • n • %  Pro ConHill b. nil :. d in Hill you fol demand) d in thi %  %  •• %  plaint. |l this :l:d d l> of April. H I.I:ATIU:KMAN if ih. Circuit <'oui t ill .-. inf.. Florida K M. I.YM \N tj • |. rk Kaplan & '' it-man Hull ling \'. 1,.-; Street % %  II. I., i '. i-'. i". 26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i. is 111"i:i:t:v OIVBN that nlgni-d, deslrina t" engage In rictTtlous name ot i ilsi Itlltl ri iRH at 1313 SW -i Miai %  Florida Intend r -aid n .'!!,• vHli tinClerk • On lit Court "i Dade County, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 3775 .1 s fSLEAHON, JR., as Vdmlnlstratoi ol Veterans Affairs, an Officer of the In t.-d St:.t. .1 \ni. %  lea, and ^ insuccest lhi %  • -;L:T.-, Plaintiff, \.-. II.MPii.l M Pit \; il. • ux, i %  al 11. f. ndai NOTICE OF SUIT TO M IROI.D M l'i: VSfcJR al d Fl.' iREXCE M !• i: VSEU l lo ".th Stn i "ai nl. ridu. Massachusetts YOC \l:K HEREBY XOTIHKD that i,.,IM ,M brought agalnsl ^• %  ; bj .1 S tSLEASoN, JR., as Admlnls\ i. ;,nVffairs, nn til fici i ..i iii. I'nited States ol Vmerlca, and his mi •• In sii h offlci md his or thi Ir a Ksign %  losi a morl gage i-ncumberina the following des d propi i <>. tii-wll. I...I |5, Ulo I. I, nl .TTl.KIt RI1X5K, SFX'TION THREE, according t" the plat t|, i, of, ri %  • di d In rial Book ,-:, %  the public 11 i ..I .iot Dade County, Florida; ami you are required lo file your an.,* i vi iii in. • •:• k of Hi. • 'Ircull I'ouri ••!" Dade County Klurlua. at the Courthouse in Maid. KTorldu, on or before May 15, 1963, and to serve a ...|.\ of such answer upon .\l\Klts. HFILUAN, KAPLAN ft CATSMAN, I'laintlfl attorneys, whose address Is i-.i.i.t.i i fty Itniiiiin-. 1156 8.W. First Street, Miami 16, Florida, OH Of be-ai.i dati aii quired b) the a ... I kit Ida. If v• -ii fall to do so, thi • %  %  p laint ill ho taken as con.. -. \..i and -i Decree Pro Confesso will lie entered against you for the r.!i. i demanded In the complaint. DATED this 8th day of April, IMS. i: ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol the %  Ircull Court, DadeVounty, Florida ,-, all Its C. P. c< IPELAND Di put) Clerk Mi. -. Heiman, Kaplan .V: latsiiian I.I, i .n -KIIIJ Uulidtng 1 1 aii s.W. First Street Miami 16, l-"l..ri.i.i l 12-11-26, "• '• NOTICE UNDER FICITITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tinundersigned, dealrlng to angsce In i lalneaa under the fictitious name "f Aiiti'uliT KAUlu SERVICE at Miami, intend to register said name lth the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..i Dade County, Florida. HERMANN QELLER OUIDO KI.IAS l 5, 12, 19, !6 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59155-A In |tK: Bstat< of JOHN MILTON DIMM, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All and All Persons Havur i'.in. IL!Agalnat Saul i %  i %  Vou nre horebj notified and requir,ii liiima and demanda \, in ii II BJ hav< against the %  •stati %  %  :' JOHN MILTON I'IMM de! inti .i i i.nie i 'ountv, Florida, to ih. County Judges ..f Had. Counn.l fill th. same In duplicate and rovld.-i] n Section 733.16, Florltla Statutes, in their office* In the Coun•. in 1 de County, Florida, • • calendar months from th. time of the first publication hereMi. -am. will be barred. i-ii.d at Miami, Florida, thla ttn dn\ of K| rll, A D. 1963. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN \Bxecutor MILTON A. FRIEDMAN \icrni foi F-X" cutor mi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ii, business under the fictitious name ..f FAMOCH REACT? COLLEGE OF \n\MI REACH at number 832 Lincoln Road in the city ..f Miami Beach. Florida, im. mis to register the Bald name with the Clerk of th Circuit %  of I Mil. County, Florida, i ..ii. d at Miami Bi acn, Florida! thla 29th dav ..I'M.mil 1963 SKI.K' IB SCHl H >L8, INC. KOVNER .\ MANNHF3IMER Atn..rn..for Applicant l .".. 12, 19, -'•'• %  >,,...,. |1„ | I I II •'Il lll-IMIIII.il. |.... ,-.-.. AlnsU-y Building, Miami, vi.i. |ne all| w|1 ,,„, ,..,,.,,,„.„ i i-'-i'.'--". •'. ,i, .,,,!,.,,, |,.,> been admittei In \ IV II' DISTR1BCTORS, IN" 1 • K. INC. 4 a. 1L\ 17, 26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K IS IIKKKItY GIVEN that i. i-iuii-d. dcsiriim tn engage In fictitious name %  < sr i ip I IJLVTU, %  nil ^^i" 1 ii. iii ah, .. %  In" •'•' to i i .nn, with the CI< rk of •in Court ..f \>.n\.County, IP wrr \ JOHNSON ,..,.., F'RANCBH KRAMER r-HONlN 1 • for Juanita Johnson K %  r I l^, 19, 26, 5 3 I \. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CK is ill: i; i-: i: v GIVEN that • ins tn engage In rtciitiou • %  I'Rl '< I VRMS al I 100 To • Ci i.il i tables, Florida, inihi II. im.with the in ait Court of Dado my, i-:. .,.,., JPLIAN WRINKLE HEIMAN, KAPLAN VTSMAN oi i iii. HI Welnkle l 12-19-H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 13779 ll VMBCRG SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff, IV VDE APXIER and PEGGY AI'XI Kit hli wlf( i \ M.KI.i.Y SARA IKNKINB, F-D Mill ZIMMERMAN, EDWARD \\i i ./. KENNETH %  : Itl'SSBLL ,. i i: I RB VRA .'• RI SSELL Ills WIfi 1 1 f. ndant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: \N ADE VI XIER and PEtt.}, M X|| i: his wife, RESIHF.NCE INK M >\\ N, If .. ; i' •• and ii di ad, the mkl ivn heirs, del uranti • • : '" 1 %  cred, .. .-,... ,| other cl liniantming by, tl rough, under or against any of the above named defendants who are deceased You are herebj notified thai the R l, ^. eaptl med a< I on has been in-linn, d agaiiiHl you in the < ircuit Court of the Blevi nth Judicial it ircull of Florida in and for Dade < ount\ to fun i !'-• a mortgage HI the following described real BprpertyI ,,, | | ip,.-k 4. DIXIE EBTATEH 1IRST ^l 'I d'i'l' iN a i.. oi .1. d m Plat B • I'aj in >l the Pitbii,R iof !'.. Ii County, i IIda, together with Hotpolnt K.II .-. Modi RU • i ,| "'i' ,"' '•' frlgerator Model BR11, Hotpolnt W ., her M.sJel i.il II. You are reottlred to file your ant,, plaintiff's omplalnl ivlth the Clerk of •!.. Id Court, and then of upon piaiiuni attoi i %  MARTIN 1 lib Fit" r Dade Mia not later than Ma i -i.. Confi agalnsl you K |: :.|.; \ |-HF:RM W Or, il; Court By c % %  %  X-' M'l.i: ity Clerk V VRTIN FINE Attorney for Plalntlft i .. i. i Mi.in. .,. I 12-19-26, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni iii.i: IS HEREBY OIVBN thai ih, und, feigned, desiring to engage In busln, -.und, • the fictitious name ..f VRRoW DENTAL SCPPLY at 1316 N". \ thin ^ -i••. Miami Beach :<:'. F'ia.. Intends to register said nami u i %  ), %  k .f the i 'ircull 'oui t "i I lad.i' mm ) II I d i. HELF:NB GI-VCBER HEYMi ii l: LONDON Attornei and agent for II. I. II. ilia • I 12-19-26, ". 3 IN THE COUNTr JuOGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58654A RE Estate of VIII! Ml VM M BELAIEF, a k a ABRAM M. BELAIEF .1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T, AH 'r, %  or* nnd All P< rsons HavIns i ",. %  -. in-i Saul Estate: \,, %  •. bj notified and reclaims ami demiindii vi'U mas have against ,l„ ,VBR.VHAM M HEL\ .. U1K vil M. BELAIEF .. %  a %  it, of I lade County, F lor,,;., •.. %  %  mty Judges of I', fle III. -am. ill dupll..\ id. .i in Section 733 l'i. it, -. in ih. r offices in Ih, ... ihouse In l 'ad. 'oun, Fl 'i'. within six calendar months from th. time ..f the first eof, or the same win i. •. ,i Miami, Florida, this das ol Apr I, V.D. 1963. \l :. ROTHKOPP \FJxei itor n ..i i Ins notli.' \ .rll. 1963. HARRY ZIKERNICK Vtti i %  • •' %  %  • i ntor .!. M ami Beach I.., l-, l .'. -" IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 58692 C In RE: Estate of JACOB KLE1NMAN I i. i a.-.d NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTER FIST ICD IN Till; ESTATE OF BAID 1 lEI 'El lENT, Yon are hereby notified that a written Instrument purporting lo be t of said %  I tn proPat, in said Court. Vim are hereby commanded within six calendai months from the dale of the first publication of this notice to appear in mid Court and -ln.u cause, if any you can. why the ale Ion of -aid Court in admitting said will to probate should not -land unrevoked. GEORGE T CLARK County .indf. MBLBA C. DICK Clerk First publication of this notice m. .".th day ..f April. 1963. HENRY M WAITZKIN Attoi my ::...Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, 4 5, 1-'. 19. 26 NOTICE OF SUIT ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ^i-E ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4028 MAX LEWIS, Plaintiff, BELLE LEWIS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BELLE LEWIS i.il Patten Avenue Long Branch, New Jerai You are her, by notified thi I ,.f Complaint for Divorce has beet, filed agalnat you, and you • quln ,1 P. IL a cony ','f > %  •.: VI -u, .oi Plea I ni" the Bill i -. omiilami ..n the Plaintiffs Atjprnej VLVIN GOODMAN, :!!•• aeyboiu Building, Miami 32, Florida the original Answer or Pleadlnc -i the offlci of tin i'l.rk of tl). n .„uri on o %  • fore the SOtl •! • o Mm, 1963. If ^"ii fa" to do idg m. nt by il. fault will be taki %  %  • v,, i for the relief demand) In i::ii of i" plaint, This nni i • shall be publl • d .. h wei i, fo four i onsi rutlv, in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I>i>Ni: AND t>RDERBD al Ma • F loi Ida, this l?th da) "f Ap i: i: l.i" VTHERMAN, i 'ircull i'" %  i "adi l 'ount: ,-,.,li H c l. ALEXAN i.. p its Cli rk ALVIN i.i" iDM VN J46 Seyhold Bldg, M a ul 32, Fl .1 d i Attoi in ) foi Plaintiff ^ 1st on IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59244C IN RE Bat ii. of MAE DANNA Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditor-, and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Agalnat Said Bstati Vou ai %  • hen l>s notified and r. quired i" present anj claims and demands which i."i mas hay. against the .-tat.. ..i MAE DANNA deceased late of Dude County, Florida, t" th* Count) lie'-. ..f I <-f\>Count) and file the same in duullcati I pro\ Ided in s-. la.n :::•: 16, Florida Stat ites, In their offices in the • "ounty i 'ourthouse In l 'ade County, F i"i Id i v thin -i.\ calendar montha from the time of the first publics! Ion hi or the same will be barred. Dated .i Ml.imi, Florida, this 12th da) "f April. A.I'. l" ;: '. \l VRIE DANNA As Executrix p| |, ni..a i.f this not I, i he • %  : Vpt II, 1963. Kl R r v\ ELLItM'H Vttorn, for r.-t.r.. of Mai Danna, l a s, i HIS Congress Bldg Miami. Fla. I 19-26, IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF IME ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC^i T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORiDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 2553 IDA LKRNER, Plait IRVING LERNER, IV fendnnt. NOTICE TO DEFEND T" I: IRVINi'. LERNER |-,|i u n Kill St. Mattapan :'•'.. Massachusetts l'i H ARE HEREBY NOT1F • i bill of complaint hatx • .., i HIt v ...i an l you arc reqti red t -, \, a cop) of j our an.-w. : ,i, i. II-II pi. ad nga then ti poi plaintiff's attorney, RAYM>NFt .1 \\ i i| K. all S, \ bold llUldil K. ::. Florida, and file thi there,.I in th, Office "f the t'Urk i the • iii %  i ir i "ourt on or if % %  th 20th das of May, i'."'.:'.. or a d< pro confesso .ii be entered .i..'."' IIATED, this Mth day of Ap B. B. I.i: A I'HEKMAN. I ('Ircull i'.. i I. I 'ade r. unity. (seal) C. P. COPELAND, Deputy Clerk l/l:'-:-. S-1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'H" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59093-B IN RE: Estate of CATHERINE A HEADLEY I i. C| NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII Creditors and All Persoi inu Clalma or Demands Agalnsl Sai K-lali : Vou are h, n by notified .•;.•! r. ipilr.-d t.. present an) claims niands Which VOU may havi Hi, state of CATHERINE A. 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Vnqo S-A f.k-H-ut' fsYrJc/irnr Friday. April 26. 1963 US. Scolded for Silence on Scientists WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The .-hington Post, a newspaper ich generally supports the State partment's thinking on the ab-Israel issues, published a dir.4 editorial this week differIT g sharply with the views of Un r Secretary of State W. Averell rrintan, who sought to justify %  continued work in Egypt of' rman missile scientists in his ilj ( i six Senators who express ; < i anxiety over the work. lie Po.-t commented editorially' : it Mr. Harriman had said, in i ect. "that alarm over German entists in the United Arab Re .!:_ ai exaggerated—after all. the Germans were not there. ypl would be more dependent the Soviet Union for developi j missiles and jet aircraft." The -t declared that "this comes t t< arguing that we should grateful for the Soviet forces iCub.', because, otherwise, there ghl >e a Chinese army in the -ibbean." 'What is missing in Mr. Harman's note—and indeed in most :the lofty State Department .rterances on the Middle East— any real feeling for the plight -. f Israel. Here is a tiny county wholly surrounded by nations *iat have sworn its elimination. The UAR, now flushed with poliical success in Iraq and Syria, on the verge of developing : round-to-ground missiles that : auld rain terror on Israel. It of small comfort to Israel -nat these may be good, nonCommunist missiles developed itti the help of Germans so "lorowghly anti-Russian that i-m of them worked for Hitr," M>e Post declared. The newspaper said the State Department had responded "inI equately to American anxiety \ nout missiles in the Near East. The air surely ought to be clear• ar.d quickly, by a reassertion 0 American interest in the con1 lued security of Israel," it essed. It charged that "the United States has leaned over ckwardl to encourage cordial i.ations with President Nasser 81 d a LI other Arab states" and tl at "Washington has crawled out on a limb to demonstrate good i.i th tovard Arab nationalism." According to the Post, "groundto-grouno missiles would place Is•1 at a perilous disadvantage. even it conventional bombs were iged :?. their nose." If Nasser (i velooan operational offensive liissi!-. t.ien there will be no al!• rr iut to see that Israel i I an adequate deterrent capac too, the paper pointed out. Tiie State Department was accused of mouthing "lifeless platitudes" about Israels security. The immediate task of American diplomacy was seen as exploration ot means to curtail arms shipments to the Near East on a multilateral basis. This, said the editorial, could even include formal approaches to the Soviet Union. "The world would breathe easier if both offensive missiles and nuclear devices were ruled out of the region under an agreement that provided effective inspection. This should be the goal of American policy," said the editorial. The newspaper held that "it ought to be made clear that, if all attempts at regional arms control fail, Israel will get the help it needs and not just snappish lectures about 'worrisome complicated problems'." The New York Post, in an editprial said: There is a tendency in some Administration quarters to dismiss questions about the German scientists working on rockets for Egypt with the warning that, if the Germans are pushed out, Soviet experts would move in. This reply will hardly comfort Israel or reassure anyone concerned about peace and stability in the Middle East. •What-is missing is any indica tion that the U.S. ha" approached the Soviet Union in an effort to find out whether it might be prepared to join in an agreement tc keep the Middle East free o; weapons of mass destruction. Such i probe, backed by the warning that Israel will get the weapon* I needs if Russia and Egypt spurn in arms control "pact, could conceivably bring results." = .. Dr. Sternstein to Speak at JNF Council Function Honoring 'Me Ami' Supporters Dr. Joseph Sternstein, executive director of the Jewish National j Fund of America, will be guest speaker at a "Me Ami" Founda-| lion celebration sponsored by the Greater Miami JNF Council on Tuesday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel Leon J. Ell, president of the Council, and Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman ol the Foundation for INF here, said that the function will honor Mrs. Pearl Comis and her son. Marshall Comis. "for their devotion to Israel and the Jewish National Fund. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president of the Southeast Region of the Jewish National Fund, paid tribute to Dr. Sternstein's appearance, which will name Mrs. Comis and Marshall Comis as "JNF Mother and Son for the Month of April." Special tribute to them will be paid by Zev. W. Kogan. local JewD*. JOSEPH STERNSTEIN ish National Fund leader. He wil also honor the following, who have played a major role in "Me Ami" project: Mrs. Sadie Bieler. Mr. and Mrs. Johan L. Berman. Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Eisenbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Leon J Ell. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Finegold. Mrs Katie Goldmcer. Mr. and Mrs. Max llecht. Mr. and Mrs Zev W. Kogan. Mr. and Mrs Wolf Kramarz. Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Samuel Lew, Mr and Mrs. Israel Naness, Mrs. Leah Notkin, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Pevzner, Mrs. Miriam (Achtel) Press. Mrs. Ida (Wessel) Sidenworm. Bernard Silver. Mrs. Clara Tager, Mr and Mrs. Isidor Yaslo. and Abraham Zallen. *.y Jack D. Gordon (second from left), president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., receives the George Wash ington Honor Medal of the Fieedoms Foundation of Valley Forge. At the Miami ceremony Apr. 5 were (left to right) Capt William R. Anderson, former commander of the submarine Nautilus, and now vice president of the Freedoms Foundation; Gordon; U.S. Sen. George A. Smothers, of Florida; and Murry Woroner, general manager of Radio Station WAMF! Miami. Washington Federal won the award for its sponsor ship last summer of the all-day broadcast titled "July 4. 1776.' The program broadcast over WAME reenacted the events o: Independence Day as current happenings. Program on Tuesday will feature a group of Young Judaeans in' songs and dances of Israel under the direction of Abraham Gittel son. educational director of Beth Torah Congregation. Mrs. Gershon Miller will offer a Bible reading. A group of Hebrew and Yiddish musical selections will be. performed by Joyce Farber. so-' prano, with Esther Barrett at the piano. Dr. Sternstein is former spirij tuai leader of Beth Abraham Synagogue of Dayton, O. He holds a BA degree from Brooklyn College, LLB from St. John's University, and received a Doctor of Hebrew letters from the Jewish Theological Seminary. He is a member of the National Rabbinic Cabinet of the Seminary, and has been appointed a charter Fellow in the Herbert H. Lehman Institute of Talmudic Ethics of the ', Jewish Theological Seminary. He was national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, and for seven years national chairman of the ZOA Commission on Education and Program. A prolific author of many pamphlets and articles on Zionism, Dr. Sternstein undertook an extensive tour of Israel and Europe in 1956. In 1958, he serv, ed as chairman of the ZOA delegation to Israel and Europe for the tenth anniversary of the State of Israel. 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Friday. April 26. 1963 rjewisti nrrHdHinr Pace 9-C Season of the year from the mosaic floor of the ancient synagogue at Hamat—Tiberias of the 4th Century. C.E. (From the collection of the Israel Department of Antiquities.) Since the Deutsche Orientgesellschaft. at the beginning of the 20th Century, set to work on a survey of the 11 ancient synagogue ruins excavated in the Holy Land, knowledge of this field has been greatly enhanced. Today, some 120 synagogues are recorded that exist in fragment form, or are known to have existed on the basis of research. B G Views the Future Continued from Page 2-C lied round trie State of Israel with love and devotion, and stands by our side, today as in years gone by, ready to help in the work we are doing as the vanguard of Jewry. But it would be dangerous fol9 ly lo imagine that we have reached journey's end. Our real task is only beginning; the dangers ahead may be even greater than those we have successfully surmounted. Hundreds of thousands of Jews wish to join their people in Israel, but are not permitted to leave the countries where they live; one day—we are confident —the gates of departure will be opened, and we must be ready to welcome them home. On all our borders, except the Mediterranean shore, we are >urrounded by hostile states, which make no secret of their determination to make one more attempt to destroy us as soon as they feel strong enough to ir> Our neighbors receive plentiful supplies of the most modern land, sea and air weapons at little or no cost, and we have to strain our resources to keep pace. Only if our spirit and our defenses are strong will our enemies recoil from the hazards involved in attacking us; only our continued internal strength can guarantee continued peace. Confidence in Future We must devote an increasing share of our resources to closing the educational and cultural gap between veterans and newcomers from poor, uneducated, oppressed countries. With confidence in the energies of our people and the continued devotion and support of Jews everywhere, we go forward to meet the challenges of the next decade, so that when we come to celebrate our semi-jubilee we may see Israel strong, free, prosperous and at peace, a source of pride to all Jewry and a light unto the nations. Abbe Lane lit FASHIONS FOR MEN 4 2020 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Phone JE 4-2285 EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF MSRAKL ON ITS I.Uh WMYERSARY BEST WISHES TO THE T STATE OF ISH ti;i. T ON ITS 15th AIVNIVERSAKY Answerphone of Miami Beach 1101 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach JE 1-3311 • PL 7-0687 Progress on Israels Anniversary Continued from Pa^e 4-C tio.n_ of the goveruruent„_to force industry to stand on its own feet in order to compete in foreign markets under the conditions of the Common Market. Israel's total exports in 1962 increased from S245.300.000 to $276,900,000, up by nearly 13 percent, and the gain resulted mainly from a $29,000,000 increase in industrial exports. Nevertheless, except for industry in development areas and those considered essential from a security standpoint, the government is moving to cut the country's industry loose from subsidies and administrative protection to a "produce cheaply and export or die" basis. In Eilat, the government announced n policy of attracting new industry to its southernmost town on the Red Sea by offering to participate up to twothirds in the financing of newenterprise'-, half In the form of a government grant and the balance in low-interest long-term loans. Supporting the validity of the new policy was an increase of 12 percent in National Product during 1962 along with a 10 per cent increase in investments. Natural Resources The discovery of rich deposits of phosphate rock in the Arad area above the Dead Sea ultimately gave birth to a new company. Chemicals and Phosphates Ltd., formed out of the amalgamation of Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd.. and Negev Phosphates Company. The new company announced a program of (investing I £40,000.000 in newproduction facilities over the next three years. The Potash Works of the Dead Sea Company began a monumental project to enlarge its drying pans, involving the building of huge dykes in the Dead Sea. At the opposite end of t'ie Negev near Eilat, the Timna Copper works prepared to sink an additional I £6,000,000 into the expansion of its underground mines, and the government budgeted a like amount for the Negev Materials Company at Mitzpeh Ramon in the heart of the Negev. The search for oil continued with new wells at the Bror Hayil area brought in. In the Arad vicinity, the eas wells were tapped into the line running to the Dead Sea Works and a new line is now being laid to Dimona. Shipping Israel's Merchant Nw, which had its beginning in the rejuvenated hulks of former blockade runners captured by the British, now comprising 71 modern ships totaling 060,000 tons. Israel's major shipping line, Zim, boasts :su cargo vessels, 4 oil tankers. 2 combination cargo passenger ships, and 4 passenger liners. Within the next two years. Zim will take delivery of 20 addition al ships including the 23.000 ton passenger line "Shalom." The company recently inaugurated a new line from Eliat to Australian and African ports. Another new development was the start of construction of the first sea-going merchant vessel ever built in Israel. The 3,000ton ship is being built at the Kishon River shipyards and will be launched by the early part of 1964. Construction of a second ship at the Kishon yards will begin by this October. The government budget has allocated I £131,000,000 pounds for transportation of which I £ 112,000.000 is for shipping and ports and I £13,600,000 for aviation. Even a cursory perusal of Is rael's development pattern veals an overwhelming emphai on the Negev. Aside from t • building of the new city of Carmel in the Western Galilee, virtually every major development effort, including the construction of the deep water port at Ashbod is linked with the Negev. The extensive roadbuilding pr< gram, partially financed with i S22.000.000 15-ycar World Bart loan, has had its emphasis i the Beersheba-Arad Road, t Arad-SMom Road, the S'dom-Ein Gctti Road, and the S'dom-Eilut Road. A 200,000.000-pound ho ing program for 20,000 units is directed largely towards the de velopment areas of the sou .Newspapers have been carryn large advertisements offeru housing on easy terms to newlywed-. The apartments are in Beersheba. Eilat, Dimona, Abod, Arad, and other Neg towns. Negev Planning During this past year, the fn families began arriving at t new town of Arad. Perched at< a nigh plateau above the Read Sea, Arad is expected to grow become a city of 50,000 wit I I the next decade. Those w scoff at the idea are reminded of Beersheba which mushroo ed from a town of less than 8 1 0 Bedouins 14 years ago to a City of more than 60.000. The planers are not less optimistic ov % %  <• B'sor, a city yet to be built ne the Gaza Strip border. B'sor s planned for a population of 2'.000 in its first stage. During its fifteenth year, I • rael's population numbered mo than 2,335.000. It began wit't 650,000. During that time, in addition to absorbing this population explosion, provided it with. Continued on Page 10-C CONGRATULATIONS To The State of Israel ON TNI 0(1 AM AT l*h fUlll* %  A SJI IIACH



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Friday. April 26. 1963 PfHiKlfhridfi^n Page 11-C !, How the United Jewish Appeal Estimates Need Each year, as the United Issomewhat less than $2 200 for an ,.., I Appeal-Jewish Agency for immigrant family of four or well I i.irl presents its requirements 'below rte $2,808 which the Jewish Agency must spend on such a family for transportation and its first year iii Israel.' The total average resettlement cost HI a family, extending beyond the first year, is currently estimated at S10.000. |o the United Jewish Appeal. the question arises: Is this a realistic budget? What does realistic budgeting" mean? I,i the case of UIAJAFI. it means to budget for the sum th.it lv Agency's board of directors e will be collected in its behalf. The working budget ol l"IA-JAFJ is predicated on this principle. It is a flexible budyet, reviewed at each meeting nf the board in accordance with (he latest reports on the status DI the United Jewish Appeal campaign. Yet here is anothei reality which must be taken into account for budgeting purposes: the actual immigration and absorption needs in Israel. Since May is, 1948. the Amen can Jewish community, through tlu UJA, has made available to the Jewish Agency, Jerusalem, more than SfiOO.OOO.OOO. But even this magnificent outpouring of gifts has provided S unknown factor of immigration -.$16^83,000 for%  eoaatruction of was so underestimated in the units to be financed directlv bv %  Wfctflal tHuVgets"ffiat Qrattlc adthe Jewhft Agency and' $*2,650.000 justments had to be made after for lease-rental of 6.000 units to One-third of this sum. $3,300. is now the share to be provided by the Jewish Agency, while the balance is supplied by the people of Israel through taxes and compulsory loans. As a matter of fact, this is an unjust arrangement. In what is supposed to be a partnership on an equal basis. American Jewry has been putting Israel's hard pressed people in the position of paying two-thirds of the cost of immigration and absorption, meaning two-thirds of the cost of saving lives. This is inequitable and unfair. At that, the Jewish Agency has not had the funds to do even its one-third share. Twice in the recent past, the E;n Avdut, a spring in a deep canyon in the Negev wilds, to es its name from the nearby Nabatean city which has been reconstructed by the Israel Government Tourist Committee for Landscaping and Improvement of Historical Sites. Best Wishes to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th ANNIVERSARY Carl Weinkle Aaron Weinkle Leo A. Chaikin WE1NKLES LIQUOR STORES Inc. 20 STORES IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES t Best Wishes to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th ANNIVERSARY WASHINGTON SECURITY CO. "Complete Mortgage Banking Faci ities" 1040 Biscayne Boulevard Miami FR 7-3671 the budgetary year was underway. The tempo of Jewish migration depends to large extent on developments in some Of the most crucial areas of international tension. UIA-JAFI cannot predict the course ol these developments in the year ahead. The only thing it can say is that, taking into account the numbers of those who are known to be eager to come.to Israel. the immigration figures on which the 1963 budget is based are conservative. In principle, the Jewish Agency has undertaken to care lor new immigrants during their first year in Israel. In practice, insufficient funds have often forced the Jewish Agency's Absorption Department to refer newcomers to the public welfare authorities within four or five months after their arrival. The public welfare system of Israel has no residence requirements. At any time that the Jewish Agency lacks sufficient funds to pay for its share of the cost of financing essential absorption services, the people of Israel must pick up the bill. From a strictly economic point of view, Israel's people cannot "afford'' their share in the cost Of immigrant absorption, which is many times the amount of S8.202.300 requested of the UJA for this purpose. Yet. in human terms, the people of Israel—intimately involved with these human problems—cannot do less. Can we? The ii63 requirement for immigrant housing is the largest single item in the .Jewish Agency budget. This sum includes CJA Birthday Continued from Page 5-C more and more people are calling upon the State of Israel to open iis doors for refuge, and as the costs of vital programs increase, it is UJA and CJA in the Greater Miami community that have the primary responsibility to transplanting and resettling these immigrants, and of continuing to offer them the great variety of programs necessary to make a new start for themselves and for their families. "We are proud to join the people i Israel in their celebration of 15 years of growth and proireWe. of Combined Jewish Appeal, know that in this year of commemoration, immigration and resettlement of newcomers to Israel are still the greatest challenge and the mosl costly need with which the valiant people of Israel will be laced in 19G3." Lefcourt declared. Congratulations to the STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 15th BIRTHDAY CLUB & RESTAURANT Employees & Bartenders Union Local 133 AF of L CIO At Sonial-.-s. President Morris 0. Drapkin, Sec. 8, Treas. 821 N.E. 2nd AVENUE FR 3-7603 BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY Kent Hotel i; Menaker, Owner-Managi r 1131 Collins Ave. at 12th St. JE 1-6771 be financed through long-term loans guaranteed by the Jewish Agency for Israel. Inc. Since May. 1948, one billion dollars from various sources h;.> been invested in immigrant housing in Israel. Yet the end is nowhere in sight. The cm-rent rate oT"~constru li f n ,. 0 f -. iaioli ^4fl t -4iai5 mg in I; rael is about 16.000 units a year but what is built—including the number of lives to be saved— depends in the end on whi American Jews do in the car paign now under way. Congratulations to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th ANNIVERSARY 701 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach Best Wishes to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its ISth ANNIVERSARY RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Miami: Douglas Road at S.W. 17th Street Highland 3-2221 ARTHUR ZWlGENIHAL Miami Beach: 1250 Normandy Drive 19th and Alton Road JEfferson 1-1151 LEONARD ZILBERT ABE EISENBERG NEW YORK CHAPEIS: Manhattan Bronx Brookl...-, Island—Mt. Verncn CONGRATULATIONS TO THE # STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS iZih ANNIVERSARY Ann O'Brien Electrolysis 1134 Lincoln Road Arcade JE 2-1854 Best Wishes to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th ANNIVERSARY DIAMOND CAB ASSOCIATION 140 N.W. Eighth Avenue, Miami, Florida FR 9-7575 N-)\S>' WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB. INC. 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I A Friday, April 26. 1963 Jew 1st noridOar Page 5-A LETTER TO THE EDITORColumnist Told He Missed the Point EDITOP The Jewish Floridian: In ;i i.1 column, Leo Mindlin foi • rather startling ;ii> proaeh u the ordinance banning of the swastika passel ity Council of Miami Mr, Mindlin's reluctance see • righta of any individual ro nfringed on would normally be quite laudable Bui in a we deal with Nazis and their %  are dealing with an) hing init an unknown quantity, estruction ol one third "i the Jewish people in our own lifetime should be ample prool ol the danposed by the mere presence i i the swastika in our midst. Greater Miami Rabbis Urge All Faiths To Note Israel Anniversary this Weekend Kabbinjcal Association of Greater Mianu on Wednesday issued a resolution proclaiming this weekend "as Israel's Independence *•) Festival," and called upon all syn-' agogues "to commemorate this joyous occasion with appropriate urayeta, expressing thanksgiving for the ifdemption through inde-' pendence and evoking God's guardianship over Israel's spiriI and national security." The resolution urged "citizens Nazi Arrested In Vienna Continued from Page 1-A time deportation of 110.000 Jews from Holland to Nazi murder camps Dr. Herster, who was SS major gene-al during the war, admitted he had been involved in the roundups of Dutch Jews but insisted all he had done was to "superv.se" their transfer fo a Nazi camp in Holland and that he had not taken part in further deportations. The involvement of the Bavarian official came to light followthe flight of Rajokovic from Italy to Switzerland, from which he was expelled. In his statement, Dr. Harster said that Rajakovic, who has been charged by tlic Dutch with a leading part in the deportations, was one of his aides. The former SS officer, who i59, asked the Ministry to pension him because of ill health. He said in bil statement that because ol the publicity attendant on the Rajakovic case, he had decided In apply for a retirement pension. of all faiths to join in kin-hip of cur common love for the democratic ideals and for the triumph of human dignity by observing the independence o.f Israel as a milestone in human history." The resolution also calls "upon our brethren to continue unstintingly in their dedicated support of and participation in our community's efforts which aim to insure Israel's growth and economic well-being." Member spiritual leaders of the Rabbinical Association called the rebirth of modern Israel "the fulfillment of the Biblical prophecy. consecrating the Holy Land as a haven and homeland for the people of Israel," and quoted from Ezekiel: "Thus saith the Lord: I will gather you from amongst the nation and I will assemble you and 1 will give you the Land id Israel." The Miami rabbis noted that the religious authorities of Israel have established Independence Hay as l religious festival, and authorized the recitation of the "Hallel" for the occasion. Mr. Mindlin now asks us to permit this outrage to humani'y to be displayed in our community, in the name of democracy. I cannot accept the premise that our attachment to democratic ideals is so uncer-. tain lhat our way of life would be endangered if we should refuse to extend our hard-won freedom to those whose program is admittedly to take it away. To permit our rights to be used as a means of entree for a resurgent Nazism would be to invite self-destruction. If we are to accept Mr. Mindlin's premise, and carry it through to its logical conclusion, we arrive at the patent absurdity that the presence of swastikas in our community poses a lesser threat to our way of life than their absence. It is my hope that our community will reject this unworthy call to abdicate our rights and duties as Jews and as Americans. JOSH REPHUN Miami Beach Young Marrieds Elect Officers Newly-formed group of Young Married Couples of Temple Beth Am has elected the following officerMichael Wexler, president; William Hirsch. secretary; and Rob ert Winter, treasurer. Wexler entertained the arowp at his home Saturday evening. All young married couples are invit ed to join the group. WO* 7&fc tfau/t < MONBY at Our Mass Purchasing for Many Yards Saves You Money Thvve* an K--# Yard Nemr You! 17. PIERCE 370T I Federal Hoy. CtLRAY BEACH 27 N E. 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v^dayA pril 26, 1963 U** Uto fforirtirtri Page 13-B >th David USY Will Host So. Florida Units at Model Confab This Weekend BeI h David United Synagogue i lyouih "'I' ** %  hof SI.060.1)00. S^WWMMAAI flS MIIIDMN V8. MIAMI Bl MH %  RLY BASIS I Per Mon.ii Per Person Double Occ. Includina :R MEALS DAILY !" d Terry Sponder ie JE 10496 Welcotnel/^n Wonons Special Family Qo&sibns Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. When the oeeosion arises, phone HI 8-4994 Leaders of the Business and Professional Council of Kupat Holim in Greater Miami meet at the organization's traditional Third Seder here in the Fontainebleau Hotel, where guest speaker was Israel Ambassador to the United Nations Michael Comay. Left to right are J. A. Cantor, honorary chairman of the Business and Professional Council, Joseph Cohen, Metro Commissioner and Mrs. Chuck Hall, Ambassador Comay, Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, who served as chairman of the evening, and Moe Levine. Cantor was among honoiees at the function as a founder of the new Kupat Holim Medical Center now going up in Beersheba, Israel. On the dais of the Third Seder celebration sponsored by the Business end Professional Council of Kupat Holim in the Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to right) Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Leon Kronish, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, Irving M. Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht, and Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein. Rifkin and Bornstein were honored as founders of the new Medical Center now going up in Beersheba, Israel. Kupat Hojim's goal in Miami is S200.000 toward completion of the 5400,000 facility. Guest speaker was Israel Ambassador to the United Nations Michael Comay. Also bringing greetings was Rabbi Lehrman, whq is spiritual leader of T mple Emanu-El. Dais photo at the Third Seder celebration of director, Moe Levine, Louis Siegel, Rabbi Leon the Greater Miami Kupat Holim in the FonKronish, and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, tainebleau Hotel are (left to right) Julius E. Mrs. Meyers is chairman of the Kupat Holim Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mindlin, Mr. and Council here. Mrs. Myers and Popick were Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Moshe Berman, executive among honored founders of the new Center. 1 i'V NOTICE Group Charter flights to Israel (which permitted passengers to fly to the Holy Land at great savings) have been suspended. However, it is still possible, without your forming a group of your own, to fly to ISRAEL for the low, low round-trip fare of $535.00 /CHILDREN GO H ALU AM) You will be flying on international scheduled jet airliners (such as Air France, Alitalia, El Al. KLM, Sabena, Swissair, TWA). And in Israel, you can have accommodations for as low as $5.50 PER DAY double occupancy, with continental breakfasts. Choose from any of the following dates to suit your own convenience: Dates of Days in Departure Israel May 12 22 May 19 29 May 26 15 June 2 22 June 5 10 June 9 C2 June 16 29 June 23 21 June 23 22 June 23 62 June 25 71 June 26 as June 30 38 June 30 71 Days in Europe Dates of Departure Days in Israel Days in Europe Dates of Departure Days in Israel Days in Europe June 30 July 1 July 1 July 1 July 2 July July July July July 6 July July July July 14 57 55 27 29 at 13 28 54 23 28 35 57 49 57 5 6 July 21 July 28 July 28 Aug. 4 Aug. 11 Aug 18 Aug. 25 Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 14 Sept. IS Sept. 15 Sept. 29 17 17 23 15 17 17 15 29 ?1 41 30 28 29 30 4 4 4 11 4 S PI EASE NOTE: For full information on these exciting tours. !" 1 01E^aMn Forum question you may have with'our specialists in Indiv.dual Travel Consultation. 10 W. 47th ST. • M€W YO*K 36, N.Y. JU 6-8686 72 No. Moin Street, Spring Valley, N.Y. 88 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv, Israel fAWS SUBJECT TO GOVWNMfNT APPROVAL TREISSER TOURS, 10 W. 47th ST., NEW YORK 36, N. Y. I am very much interested In your low Grosp Fart to Israel ($535.00). Please send me more information on this fabulous travel bargain. Name Address City Departure date interested in (You may indicate your preference for a date not on the above list.)



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/ the W ovnan s "World '(Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday, April 26, 1963 Section B Roosevelt Unit Elects New Officers Mrs Harold Zelkowitz (right), auction chairman, and Mrs. Sac.".on Schiff, publicity chairman, check over some of the me::.-.andise at the Kinneret Chapter of Mizrachi annual auctior Sjnday at the Minyonaires Hall at 8 p.m. Kinneret Chapter Schedules Annual Bazaar Saturday Eve Mrs. Alvin Weinstein has been elected president of the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women. Other leaders are Mrs. Marvin Schoenberg, Mrs. Ben Stone, Mrs. Edward Waronker, and Mrs. Ronald Symons, vice presidents; Mrs. David Benjamin, treasurer; Mrs. Lester Stepner, financial secretary; Mrs. Sheldon Wynne, recording secretary; and Mrs. Myron Rubin, corresponding secretary. Also Mrs. Milton Grecnberg, scntinal guardian; Mrs. Herbert Markowitz. historian; Mrs. Gert Davidson. Mrs. Herbert Dubbin and Mrs. Sol Plotkin. elected board members. Installation will be held Wednesday, May 15, at the Airways Motel, at 8:30 p.m. Members of the chapter will present "A Funny Thing Happen ed on the Way to the Sixties" on Sunday. 8:15 p.m.. for the Miami Friendly Social Club at Temple Beth El, 500 SW 17th Ave. Mrs. Marvin Schoenberg wrote and directed the musical comedy, and Mrs. Ruse Galton is in charge ol arrangements. The show will again be presented on Sunday, May 5. at the Sun Rav Park Convalescent Home MKS. ALVIN WflNSTEIN No. Shore Installation North Shore Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will have ir.stalla tion of officers at a brunch. Wed resday, 11:30 a.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Betty Teitelbaum is incoming president. ;et Chapter, M i z r a c h i Charlotte Roth, Mrs Irene Merwill noil its annual auc-! melstein. Mrs. Rigi Leven.son. Saturday night at the Min i Mrs Shirley Schiff. Mrs. Ruth Hall. Hirsch, Mrs. Mimi Green, and Mildred Zelkowitz is chair Mrs. Gertrude Block. evening, assisted by Mrs David Binkler is auctioneer. >\ Pinkler. Mrs. Sophie Schragcr is chapter itee members are Mrs president. Square Dancing at Emanu El PTA Prize 'Round UP Here e Emanu El PTA held "A Round-Up" at the Worth Building, "7th St. and • Ave., on Wednesday even ii..-.ight of the evening MI .:: dancing, with a professioni. Marvin Hertz. | the prizes to be given ire a round-tnp-for-two to \... aboard the S.S. Florida, a • %  a o paint job. a silver servay, weekend at an ocean front hotel, silver-covored vege table dish, a variety of imported perfumes and colognes, and gift certificatei to shops. Mr> Seymour Altman is president of the PTA. -Round I p chairmen were Mrs. Philip Brooks and Mrs. .lack Pincus. Serving on I the social committtee were Mrs. i Ronald Agar. Mrs. Robert Frank. I Mrs. Elliot Harris, Mrs. Isaac ; Mizrahi. Ms. Harry Rosenberg ; and Mrs Alan Rothstein. n j If" b y Mng a temprorarv an re to winter residents return northern homes for the er, a farewell party held I -day night at 3 Island Ave Displaying various degrees t-agenMM or reluctance to Rose and Sam Sc'iilf. Eva Joseph Miller, heading tor m Town; Pearl and Her Heller. Libby and Sidney, -i homes are in that loveij of Long Island called Meek; Ada and Louis Cole mar., not too far away in New Jersey, and Belle a"d Theodore 1 •'< %  i : with the longest trip ol them t i reach Syra %  ft'hal seems to be •< more per "'• .' leave-taking for Florence and Irving Weinberg, originally Irom Baltimore, who hive lived for ll years Saddening •heir many friends bv pyPing UP •lal and heading for Sherman Calif,, where they have family who understandably them around lull time. from Rome ISABEL GROVE York, not Italy i Charlotte and Ben ShUlkln, civic and community leaders there, delighted with grandson. 5-mocth old Geoffrey, son of Helene and Donald Shulkin. ol Coral Gables Helene is the daughter of Bstelle and Arthur DegUtS, Miami Beach others entertaining the Shulkins aiv InIster, Mamie, and hus hand. Joe Klein. A surprise party on the Columbus Roof for William DicK man celebrating his 70th birth d; 13 White and blue orchids decorated the table with a special spray in front ol the guesl nt bOBOr and his |ovel\ wile, Mary, in an off-white brocade ensemble Local guesta were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lazarus. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmeir. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rochlin. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Halpcrn. Mr. and Mrs John Perkins. Mr and MrMortimer Breitbar, Mr. and M,s Harold Hyaros, Mr. and MrPeter F H< Uer, Mr Jean Colton and Mrs Carrie LafkcContinued on Page 7-B white iceeyelet frosting 25.95 Deliciously cool and delightfully breezy with cutout embroidery our R&K Original is a refreshing summer asset for most am occasion. Sheer white cotton with self belt and extra pastel blue belt for contrast Misses' sizes. Enjoy it instantly. on your Burdina's charge. MIAMI THIRD FLOOR I I DADFi-AXD • MIAMI BEACH i UID1 RO %  r PALM



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Israel to Celebrate 15th Anniversary -Jewish Floridiaxi *" %  ? c Has Ma,k t e '! E ,e,y Field of Energetic Endeavor Both at Home and Overseas Miami. Florida, Friday. April 26. 1963 Section C The fifteenth anniversary of the State of Israel is shown here taking the oath of oihce for a will record the death of Israel President Itzhak third time last Oct. 31. Speaker of the Knesset. Ben-Zvi. who passed away on Tuesday. He Kaddish Luz. administers the oath. Major Political Problem and New Settlements Highlight Affairs Today This year was a relatively quiet one on the home front in Israel, marked by political stability, a rising standard of living. and continued opening up of development areas. The Fifth Knesset, which had been elected the previous year. continued with its normal busy parliamentary schedule, and lure were only a lew changes in the com posit ion of the Cahiet. The Government, which lad received a vote of confidence from the newly-elected Knesset in 1961, continued to receive the support of a coalition consisting Of Mapai (Israel Labor Party), the National Religious Party, Achilut Ha'avoda (Unity of Labor t, and Poalci Agudat Israel (Ortholox Workers' Party), commanding 68 out of the 120 votes in the Knessel. After the tragic and untimely death in the summer of D. Giora Josephthal (Mapai'. Minister of Develpomcnt and of Housing, H*)V his place was filled by Yoset Almogi (Mapai). Minister without Portfolio. Yitzhak BenAharon (Achdut Ha'avoda) resigned his post as Minister of Communications and was replaced by another member of his party. Israel Bar-Yehuda. He later issued a call for the unification of Israel's labor parties. Yitzhak Korn (Mapai) was appointed Deputy Minister of Finance during the year. President Reelected Izhak BeD-Zvi took the oath of office as Israeli President lor the third time on Oct. 31. He had been elected to his high oflice the previous cay by the Knesset by a vote of 62— with 42 blank ballots. He iIsrael's second President, having been elect ed for the first time in 1937. and relected in i%2. The President, listinguished scholar and veteran pioneer, and his wife, Mrs. Rahel v man Ben Z\ i. have won the affection and regard of all by their modest dignity and warm hospitality. Judge Klir.hu M Manny, a fifth generation sabra, was appointed to the Supreme court n February. 1962 to till the vac ancy created by the death of Justice Goitein. On February 3. 1963. the Cabinet appointed a Haifa District Continued on Page 3-C By AL POTASHNICK Jerusalem Two economic tacts ol life challenge the government plar ners responsible lor charting & racl's investment and develof, ment policies on the eve of he 15th anniversary, one of thes is the growing influence of th European Market on the loca economy. The other is a sharp step-up ol immigration to th highest yearly rate in a decade. As high government official and economists shuttled betweei Brussels and Jerusalem to nego tiate a satisfactory arrangemer with the European Emonomic Community, the country conn. lied lo record notable prOgreSi in several areas. Immigration and Absorption The 15th year of the State wai the second year of renewed mas immigration to the country whic' came in at a rate unprecedented during the past deer e. Tens o thousands of immigrants cam I nun almost sixty countries i all parts oi the globe. The rev immigrants were largely classes in the catej orj ol "stress imm gr at ions," i.e., immigration Iron ntries from which the exit o Jews is a physical or spiritua salvation. A new and importan departure in aliyah, however look place during the year when an appreciable increase was registered of immigrants from the lands of freedom, primarily from countries of Latin America. Hun dreds of Jews have been arriving monthly from the countries in this sub-continent including members of all sections of the Jewish public, the well-to-do. members of the middle class, artisans and notably, members of the liberal professions. Such aliyah imposed additional burdens and duties on the state ol Israel and on the Jewish Agency in the sphere of absorption, housing and employment. No fewer than 2.000 housing units were made ready every month for the new immigrants. In the months when the waves of im]5MliL migration were particular heavy they had to be housed unfinished dwellings in ord> that they not be sent to earn or ma'abarot. A special comm tee was ?t up jointly by tl Government and the Jewiv. Agency in order to plan the economic absorption of the growing aliyah. This committee appro ed plans, already in the exec tion stage, for the erection : 2,500 special housing units t< immigrants from the free countries. It has also drawn up hu*dreds of employment propos; Continued on Page 4-C Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion OefO meets with the late Prof. Niels Bohr in Denmark durina the Prime Minister's tour of Sweden. Norway. Finland, Denmark, and Iceland in August and September. Prof. Bohr was a world-renowned pioneer in nuclear physics. 3yar 5... proclaim JZiLcrty 'jkronghont the JZanJ... &4 ? r. 29



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Friday. April 2$. 1963 *kistncrkMa>n Pcgc 3-A Ben Ms Passion for Homeland Began in Youth Continued from Pag* 1-A By that time, he had achieved prominence m several fields, ineluding editorship of a weekly periodical, •'Ahdut." He left Egypt, j ; ,n(l went to the United States. In cooperation with his life >ong I friend, David Ben-Gurion, he help ed to set up first the Heehalutz! i|*i..peer) movement, and then the; Jewish Lcnion. In 1017. he return-1 ed id Palestine as a private in the army commanded by Field Marshal! Sir Edmund Allenby. the British hero who liberated the' ancient land from Turkish rule. In 1919, IKmarried Rachel Lishan-k> Yanait. One of their sons. Aili, was killed in action in 1948 during Israel's War of Liberation. A io founder of the Adhut Avo dan in Palestine in 1918. he bei.ime in 1919 a member of thej Pro\ isional Jewish Community j Commission of Palestine, a mem-1 ber of the Jewish National Assem-' bly in 1920. of the Histadrut. Isel's labor federation, and of th' Palestine Government Council 1929 to 1931. He was chairman ,.1 Histadrut from 1924 to 1920 ..ml a member of the Jerusalem City Council from 1027 to 1930. In 1929, he was a co founder of the Jewish Agency established that vear in Zurich, Switzerland. A delegate to many World Zionist Congresses, Mr. Ben-Zvi was a member of the Presidium of the congress twice. Between 1938 and 1947, he represented the Zionist movement and the Palestine Jewish community at various high level international conferences and inquiries. Among these was the United Nations inquiry commission in 1947. A prolific writer, he was the author of many scholarly works. among them studies of Palestine and its Jewish settlement. Palestine's Arab neighbors, and histor-i ical and Biblical writings. On sev-' eral occasions, he collaborated j with Ben-Gurion. A five volume | set of his collected works was pub! lished in 1935. As a leader of international Socialism, he had written books and articles on Zionism, labor, archaeology, and history. He wrote frequently on Jewish-Arab relations, and was an authority on Gables High Senior Richard Fisher Wins Merit and Harvard Scholarships A Coral Gables Senior High, School student w ill be attending Harvard University on a four-year scholarship beginning in Septem-| ber. He is Richard Ian Fisher, ofi 5422 Orduna Dr. who has just ]-\';c? "•2 .z '•s-.^r sin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI OR. TIBOR H. STERN 10*1 Michigan Ave„ Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 VOICE CULTURE & MUSIC Correct nd place your vnying voices with famous f>ecijli$ts from Italian and National Y.-le Conservatories. Ccchrnq repertoire) in standard languages. R %  ason^ble, scholarships, tree auditions. Marchbein-Marbiny Phone 538-5852 ish Family and Children's Serj vice. In addition to these many honors, Richard was informed in .March that he had been awarded a four-year National Merit Scholarship, and was named to the Westinghouse Talent Search National Honors Group for his cancer research work. In 1962, Richard won the Florida State Extemporaneous Speaking Championship, and was a member of the Varsity Debate Team at Gables High, where he is also vice president of the Coral Gables Chapter of the National Honor Society and a member of the Student Government. The star student is hoping for a career in medicine. the Samaritans. He held two honorary Doctoral .degrees, one from! the Jewish Theologicl Seminary in America, and the other from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, j A modest and humble man, Mr. j Ben-Zvi did not change as Presj ident. When the President's salary WM raised, over his protests, to $6,000 a year, he donated half of j his larger salary to research. His modest home in Jerusalem was open to visitors from all walks of life particularly during the major I Jewish holidays. Personally an observant Jew. he continued to wor%  hip in the small synagogue he had attended as a private citizen and to take part in its weekly class [ in Talmud. In 1946, he was one of the 37 signers of Israel's Declatr-ion o Independence. He presetted a copy of the document to the Uet.ted Stetes at a ceremony in tM > country on the Freedom Trmi" which carried the Atnericer Decfarafton of Independence to cities throughout the Unite-: States. When Israel's first Presiocrt, I Chaim W'eizmann, died >r_ 195.. Mr. Ben-Zvi was the Mapai cor • inee to succeed him. In 1957, was elected without oppo^iion 0 a second five-year term. Again in October, 1962, the was no opposition Candida*.e, b I 42 voted against him to isdica their objection on principle '.o i third term for any Presides though they made it clc; "he stand was not against Mr. E: Z personally. 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Page 10-B vjenisi fhradttan Friday, April 26. 1963 Americans Have Special Responsibility For Peace, AJCommittee Told Here 1.1 Members of the host committee discuss plans for the Israel Independence Day Dinner to be held under auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization on Sunday. Apr. 28, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. From left are County Commissioner Charles (Chuck) Hall. William Bornstein, A. C. Fine and Benjamin Frankenstein.. The dinner will highlight the community's celebration of Israel's 15th year of statehood and also mark the historic occasion of the initial redemption of the first Israel Bonds purchased in 1951. (See Pgs. 6-8C). Eight Sets of Council Officers Be Installed at Brunch Wednesday Eight sets of officers of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will be installed at a "Bridge Across the Nation'*'' brunch on Wednesday, Way 1, at the Algiers Hotel. Ceremony will be condncted by Mrs. Aaron Farr. community leader. recently included in "Who's Who in World Jewry." a past president of the Greater Miami Section, and board member. National Council of Jewish Women. Heading the section slate, Mrs. Raymond B. Rubin will be installed for her second term. Serving with her will be Mrs. William I. Brenner, administration vice president; Mr~. Edwin Oppenheim, community service vice president; Mrs. William Altman. membership vice president; Mrs. Theodore Herman, public affairs vice president; and Mrs. Jess Sptrer. ways and means vice president "The American people have pioneered the development offfler* uninuclear weapons, and now they have a special responsibility for the development of a system that would guarantee world peace." This is the opinion of Harry B. Hollins, chairman of the Managing Committee of the Fund for Edticati&n Concerning World Peace Through World Law. who participated in a roundtable His CUSSion lure Wednesday evening at the Everglades Hotel. "Peace Through Law" was the theme of his presentation sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, which also featured: Dr. William E. Munaon, Department of Hiatory, University of Miami, "Economic Deterrents to Peace;" Jay Janis, Amarican Jewish Committee, "Human Relations and Peace;" and Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president, Univoraity of Miami, "United Nations—Its Capabilities and Limitations." Interrogators were Mrs. Doris| Lee, League of Women Voters; i Mrs. Gertrade Abascal, Truth About Cuba Committee; and Mrs.; Heather Moir. American Friends] Service Committee. Seymour Samet. director of the Florida Region % %  of the American Jewish Commit-' tee was moderator. Pallot to Attend Meeting nj Norton S. Pallot, vice prasidani of Norton Tire Co. will attend the B. F. Goodrich Southeast Re. gion Dealer's advisory tOoncil neeting in Hot Springs, Ark., on /May 7 Pa'lot will represent tinFlorida Zone Dealer's Goancil. which he serves as chain forty-Niners Hear Repo *s Forty-Niners of Temple Ema'uiEl he'd a card partx and s" %  < \\ on Sunday evening In Sirkin HaU. During the business meetii •. conducted by Irving Schntzmai president, reports were giver. on 'the slate ot o.fleers and board of directors for 1963-64. and thi retaliation dinner planned for M s HARRY HOUINS United Nations would be assigned the task of maintaining peace and providing the means for settling disputes through judicial and quasi-judicial institutions." The meeting was the last in a series of four American Jewish Committee •'Challenges'' entitled | "Peace—Our Responsibility." COrtTaUVECTAL DINING ROOM Miami'* Only "Shomer Shabboa" "HW RESTAURANT •393 BIRO RD., Miami 226-1744 L *feoNTINENTAci !j C ATERER S ^^ MM MM IMS tum > at it ifr *^4^a TCUPHONC HMM AJ^ *-J Hollins told the gathering that "the question confronting mankind is not whether we can survive within the framework of the pow-1 cr war system. The question is | whether man can move from this obsolete system to a new peace svstem in which a restructured NEW LOCATION MAY 1st FRANK & EYEMA'X'S Where the Food tastes like Home" (If your wife knows how to cook) EVERYTHING IS FRESH • NOTHING IS FROZEN PRICES TO SUIT EVERYONE 2728 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. HI 4-8801 MRS. RAYMOND RUBIN Health Fair At Temple Israel The problem of constant fatigue will be disenated by B. David Epstein, endocrinologist, and Morton S. Notarius. psychiatrist, at the Mental Health Fair on Wednesday. May 1, at Temple Israel. Other topics to be covered dur ing the all-day program sponsored by the Mental Health Society will be "Marriage." Walter B. Wilson. ACSW. will discuss "Money in Relation to Marriage."' The wile's rule and the husband's role will Studied as will "The High Cost ol Leaving—Divorce Women's Unit In Business Session Women's Division of the Chamber of Commerce. Surfside-Bal Harbour-Bay Harbor. hold a luncheon -meeting on Wednesday at the Singapore Hotel, with Mrs. Milton Levinson. president, conducting the business agenda. Meeting included election of officers for the coming year with the name of Mrs. Sidney King, way.and means vice president, added to the slate. MIAMI BEACH EL (ORTEZ BLSTAl RAM lilMr Spa. ti 1 i a Cattriaf (ClMti MMa|l) Division presidents to be installed are Mrs. Irving Wexler, Coral Division; Mrs. Hyman Mintz, Indian Creek Division; Mrs. Dan Wax. islands Division; Mrs. Elias Cohen. Lincoln Division; Mrs. Burton Goldberg. Shores Division; Mrs. Arthur Gilbert. South Dade Division: and Mrs. Sam Fisher, Bi :• Division. Mrs. Meyer Brilliant, section program chairman. describes the program as "a dramatization of Hie International Council of Jewish Women at work." Through one dream, one goal, one world, ore council, much can be done to help recreate a peaceful world in which man. in all his glory, in all his dignity, ean reach his highest aspirations." Mrs. Irving Miller is chairman Df the event. Evenine 'division will hold its installation separately. Mrs. Larry Fender will be installed as new president on Wednesday evening at the Pub Restaurant. CRYSTAL ROOM of the LOMBARDY HOTEL DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision. Majhgiach on Premise*. Catering in the Crystal Room or Place ot Your Choice SIV/M7J STRICTLY KOSHER CATERERS UN 6-6226 R a#im$ THE ULTIMATE IN ELEGANT DINING 9516 Harding Ave„ Miami Beach UN 6-1 TRADITIONAL FRIDAY BTTTE IM\M:I. .1.95 COMPLIMENTARY WINE Dinner Music By Ray Paul 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. PH. MIAMI: Wilson 5-6942 or HOLLYWOOD WAbash 3-4631 THE LERNERS Established Jaw is*-American WORLD RENOWNED Cuisine IE 13987 MIAMI %  AC* !" BEACH FAMOUS WASHINGTON AVE. Jfesfaurant DINNERS SERVED DAILY Park Ave. at 23rd St. Miami Beach JE 1-9335 For Your Favorite Drink Visit The La Cantina Lounge ITALIAN CUISINE OPEN YEAR ROUND COCKTAILS Phone FR 9-3898 1300 N.W. 7th Av*. Est. 1939 UrHc Chos. J. Valenti-Wfr. D'H—I Cliaa. 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Mdcv. April 26. 1963 • •JettfstincrMian Page 15-B lunckeon Honors Sisfr Deli Adel'' 82nd I Ber:' icon on Tuesday noon at melh. was given by Miss irnsiein in honor of the rthday of her sister, Mrs. Glass. No. Miami Beach Elects Snyder RV ol pot'i the ol id Knew ••B: take A total of 5.950 persons went to the polls Tuesday to elecT Arthur I. Snyder a-; Mayor of North Miami Beach. Snyder bested Dr. William S. Currie by 3.312 votes to 2,363. In contests for City Council, the results were as follows: Group Three—William McDonald, 3.4651 to 1,969 for John Estes, incumbent. Group Five—Al Herdegen, 3,488 iamizrachi. will celebrate l0 902 {or JacK Germain. incum,-n anniversary of the State bent. ..,-1 on Sunday. 3 p.m., at, Group Seven—Leroy Levy, 2,. Israel Congregation. 1 g^. Newton Greene, 2,623. festivities will also Religious Zionists Will Note Death Of Ben-Zvi :.ous Zionist • .iter Miami, Organizations Mizrachi Ha-, our the hallowed tones of a memorial," declared Max Hecht, presWeat, this-week. LEGAL NOTICE Sp< nottc -M'COUi I', ho 1 01 K II. ; | memorial prayers, he NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN thai the nndersurnoiL ilesirliiLto engage ill be chanted for Israel's in bugtaeaa, under the. fictitious name • _. _. ...i.-1. .._ o>~] %  •< BOl'THKRN C LEGAL NOTICE president, Itzhak Ben-Zvi, TOKY d on Tuesday at the age Miami MNICAL LABORAat H."> Washlnton Avenue. Beach, Fla., Intanda to register said name with the Clerk Bid., Miami. will introduce Sol Rashin as etc rman of the function. Rash11 1 national representative of the "v.od Hapoel. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE CQUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 43M EVELYN WEINKK. Plaintiff, vs. TO: LOUIS WEINEK. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LOUIS NElNKl: c/o Oenerul Delivery New York Oily, Ni-\v Yi.ik You, I.OUIB WJilNElt. au hereby notified thaj. a Bill of I olnpl ilul for lilvorohas s Ueun filed a^ain-1 you, and you are required to .--• r\ ,a copy of your Answer or I'lcadtDK to the Rill of Complaint on I lie Plaintiff's attorney, Si 11. ALEXANDER, > KM Lincoln itoad Building. Miami I'.each. 1 lorlda, and til" tin; original Answer nr Pleading in the office of tlie clerk of the circuit Court on MI before 11>*j-th da] "i -M.iy. IMJ if you fail t ,. do s", judgment by default win be taken against you for the relief demanded in the inn of Complaint. This notiee shall ho published once agon week for four consecutive weeks in THE JKWI8H FLoRIDlAN. DONE ANI ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2Srd day of April. A.D. IMS. E. B. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida 1 seal) By: L SNKEDEN, I i.puty Clerk 4/-.'i;. :,/:;-io-i7 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ArND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 42/9 (Cullen) BOTD K. IIH'KMAN. I'laintiff, -VSJE.SS1E MARI.ENE HICKMAX, Defendant. NOTICE OF 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JEMStE MARI.ENE HICKMAN I >ef eiida n t I4M Venetian Drive, S.W. Atlanta. Giiorgla YOi;. JH*S1E MARI.KNK HICKMAN. ur hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are reQUirwl to serve n copy of your Answer to tlw Mill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney. HANPORD M. SWERDLIN. 231 Security Trust Building, Miami 88, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of May, 19fi3. If you fall to do M>, Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded III the I Sill of Complaint. IXINE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 24th day Ol April. A.D. itta. E. B. UiVTIIBRMAN Clerk, Circuit Court Miami. Dade County, Florida Ity: C. P. COPBLAND Deputy Clerk 4/26. :./3. 10, 17. Dub %  rael • Lehri I, ..el. • ingregatlon; Rabbi David (I. Kneseth Israel spiritual; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of; I'.cih II Congregation. Rabbi Joseph Rackovaky, spiritual leader of Beth Tlilah; and Rabbi Tibor Stern Beth Jacob Congregation. Cantor Abraham Self, of Kneseth ]-!.: .ill chant the liturgy i %  ''.. i". ii Zamora Banquet Wilr Honor Rabbi Brooks NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is HEREBY C1IVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of \.\ INSTANT AUTO INSl'RORfj at 1727 N.Vi*. 7tli Street. Miami. Kla.. Intend* to r. uisteisaid name "itli the Clerk "i the Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida. ATKISHOX C"' %  '. IVSI liAN'cl-: AI;I:NCY. INC i i'i:, ". S, in. 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha' the undersigned, deeirina f eom#e in business under th flctlUuua, aeune .,f INSTANT AITI I.MI ilili.l'. LIABEbITY INSIRANCi: al 1727 N.W. 7th Htreet, Miami. I :a.. intends to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of LMMM County, rlor"'ATKISS.IN A i'"i.K INS1-RANCE AOENCT, INC ,„ ,. I M, 5/8, 10. 17 IN T :. Banq iI Hersl • ZamOM'S Bar Mitzvah to be held on Sunday May 5, will honor Rabbi Brooks, spiritual leader llavSal.l tlM Ti II. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4763 IN RE: Bwtatt of i n \i:i.i ITTI: i 'i:\ii in ill.' 'S I i.., Mil % %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! and All Penmmi Inn Claims or Itemandi Anal net Batat< You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demand* which you maj have naalnat Hi. PHtHte id CHARLtrTTK l>EMt>l'ii||."S deceaeed late of DADK held in the Temple Social I •^. l£\£X? ?S : %  affair will include a I dupllcati imd n* rlded In Section horn preceding dinner. !" £!" ft* r^ltr^iurthoulTe fn nmenl and dancing. H,.I, c tj Florida, within si* calendar month* from ihe time of the lit Ion hereof, .•! thi nmi u III he luirred Kiorl thin %  >i V|i r. A. n is VNTHoNYSZARYC \ ^ Ail iilniHtrotoi I, m fi th's \ %  •; Mt'HOI VH I : S.W. 1 \ %  Miami i : % %  ongregation. 13 years since ii was orrempie Zamora has prcim a rented store i<> e on Zamora Ave., Coral %  :ii from ;i ii'v. members to 2ii<> families NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 43S1 HELEN BLIZABETH POINTER, 1'lalntlff. Ill-RERT I. POINTER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tt: HI'BERT L POINTER Addreai Unknown You, Hl'BBRT 1.. POINTER, are h.i.i.> notified thai a Bin of Complaint for Divorce has been filed uaalnel you, and you are required to s.rv. a copy of your Answer oi Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the i'laintiff s attorney, Arurelo A. AH, 100 Alnslej Bids., Miami S2| Florida and file ih 'Urinal Answer or Pleading in the office of thi Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the !7th da) of May, 19:'.. if you fall to do so. ludgatenl b) default will be taken agalnRt you for the relief d inded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall lpublished once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this .23rd day of April, A.D. IMS. (•:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida Deputy ci.rk (seal) B> : •'. P. Ci H'EI.ANI' ANtJELO A. A I.I 4"'i Ainsle> BhlR Miami S3, FTa. \tioiii,\ I'..I I'laintiff I i'i;. :. S-10-1" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6*C 2676 r.NKEAN ANDREWS, I'laintiff. Vs. JOSEPH B. HENNENFENT and MATTHEW E DICIACCO, Hefendnnts. TO: JOSEPH B. IIENNENI'ENT L'-'.MI I'.er.lon sti. el w Hand Hills, California Vi.il, JOSEPH It. 11 EN.N EN KENT. are heiel>> notified that a Rill of Complaint has been filed ngalnsi you, and you nre r>-iuit,d In ser\'e a cr>p) of your Answer or Pleadlne, to the Bill of Comidaiiit nn the PlaliitlfCs attorney, MONROE DIXON, IT:" 1 Coral Way, Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the JTth da} of May, l6S. If you fall to do so, Judgment !•> default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint, This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Kl ultiniAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this S2nd daj ol April, A.D. I6S. E. I'.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida (seal) B} K M I.VMAN. Deputy i "lerk MONROE DIXON IT:I Coral Waj Miami. I'l.i Attorne) fot I'laintiff I : %  .. ". •:. If, l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In husliiess under the fictitious name of BRANDBI8 INVESTORS at 1160 < \\ l-t Street. MlanU, Florida, intend to registersaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dad* County, llorlda. STANLEY C. MYERS LOUIS HE1MAN LEON KAPLAN 4/IS. S/S. 10. 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVI.N that the undersigned, desiring to engage ill business under the fictitious name of Mrs. M. at I'ade County. Florida, intends to register said name the Clerk of the Circuit Dude County, Florida, SEABOARD OENERAL CORP. (a Delaware Corporation) Bole owner 4/M, B/t. 10, IT. with Court of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag iii buslnesr undi r the fictitious name of Mr. M at Dade County, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court Ol Hade County, Florida si: ABOARD OENERAL CORP. in Delaware Con>oratlon) Role ow ner I l, :. :. 10, IT. Mb Id pie features a Religious adult education courses, Ycuri Matried Couples Clubs, mr uhly cultural evening prooicms, full membership of Brotherhood and Sisterhood, witn programs of continuous activities, and a complete Junior Corcrtgation service for children cf the area. %  I" synagogue are president: WillVEST. .i:s Stanley Silvern. II::. -rs of the Anlu %  :• Deutsch. lam Raskin and Viet{residents; Morris Mosko jfiti treasurer; William Locke. i Qg secretary; llilbert Leav|lt, ct '.'esponiling secretary; and Alfni Finki'lstein. financial secWar CERTiFICATF. OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Iii VI.I. T' i H'lli i.M THESE PRESENTS SIIAI.I. COME, tlKKBTINOH: Whereas, STANLEY C HYERB, MIAMI. I I.OKIDA; l.'H'IS HE1MAN, MIAMI. KI.oltlDA; LEON KAPLAN, MIAMI. ll.nCIHA did on the Mth !.,\ of Novembi r, A. I >. IKS, cause to be inc r|.oial,'d under the laWI ol the siat. of Florida BRANDEI8 IN\c a corporation, with of business at MIAMI. DADE COI'NTY, In the* State of Florida, and wlureas such corporation did on the 17th day of April, A.D. INS, ruusv t" he filed In the office oi ih, Secretorj of state of th,State of I-lorlda. the ilocinn, ni.irv authority required under Section B08.S7, lloiida Statutes, showing the dlssoluth f such corporation. Now, therefore, the Secretary of State do,li.r.l.v citify to the lorefolng and thai he i> satisfied that the requirement" "i the laa have been compiled Ith. N WITNESS WIIEKEnK. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed Ihe tlieal Bealof the State ,.r lloiida. at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the SEVENTEENTH da) of APRIL, A.D. l!"i::. -•al) TOM ADAMS, s,. i, MI > of State, i N N WmWIed. beautiful and revtrentlv cared for aurroundlngt for our > notified thai the abovi • aptloned in tlun hs bei n i luted iigalnsl you In the i 'Ircull C of the I:I.I:\ i:\TII Judli ial Cln il ul ii..11 IH in and for I >ad< %  In f, II I,..] ttraKe upon th< following tli • %  rlbe I real prouert) Lol l, i:l.. k IL'. SCOTT LAKE MANOR SECTION HIX, aceordlnu 11 ot the Public Records of I >ade Coiintv I lorlda you are required to file your an-u,i to iilaintiii's complain! with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copj thereof upon plaintiff's attorne; MARTIN PINE, nth Floor Dade Federal Bide., Miami :!:'. Florida not later than May 27th, 19S, or a Decree Pro Confeaeo will be entered iigalnsl you. DATF:i: Ai-ril -'i. IM E. B. I.EATHEKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) Bj : C. P. COPBLAND Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINK Attorne) for Plaintiff nth Floor Dade I ederal Bids-. Miami 13, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the umlersltsned. desirlna to ensaci in business under the fictitious name of MEI'IV ASSOCIATES at HM Biscavne Boulevard, Miami. Kloiida. Inleiids t.. register said name with the Clerk of the CiTOUlt Court of t'adi Count)', Florida. B1ISCAYNE MEDICAL LABORATOIUEH, INC. Ii i.ioyd RothenberB, PreaW§mt 1*1 K, B. Slioupjer. Secrelarv ARONOVITZ, SILVER & BCHER Attorneys for Biscuyne Medical I.alioratoi les. Inc. 101 Ainsley llulldinit. Miami, "a. 4/-U. D/B, U*. l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 63C 3369 M \i:.n IRIE I. VI VSi IN Plslntifi IH iltEHT 11 MAS! iN Defi %  AMENDED SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti %  III IDERT II MASON You, Ri IBERT II M vS( N. n hi rebj notfl. d tb. u i Bill of i il h Divorce has l„n fllerl aaalnst in.i > on are ri gull ed to servt a i op) of vour Answer in Pleading to HeKill .,i Complaint on the H aln all.-' in i N I'.AI. .1 I 'INN. '.1 I An-I. v Building, Ml I, I "i i l-i and fib Ihe ul | n.ii Answer or Pleading In Ihe office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the -7th daof May, IMS, II VOU fall to do so, judgment hy default will he taken against urn for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH I-la iKl I'IAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this tSrd day of April, A.D. IMS. E. B. I.EATHEKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade County Florida (aeal) Bj : K. M I.VMAN. Deputy Clerk NEAL I I't'NN .14 Ainsley Building Miami. Florida Attorney for I'laintiff 4 :•;. 5 ".. l. 17 NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 646 ItEOINA WILKINSON, Plaintiff, JOHN DONALD WILKINSON. I i,-fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOHN DONALD WILKINSON : of your Answer or Pleading to the Dill of Complaint, on the Plaintiffs attorney. S\MI EL FLETCHER, J0 ".Ith Street, Miami Reach ".4. Florida ami file the original Anawei "r Pleading in il rfl Iof the Clerk of the circuit Court on ,„. before lh mth da) of Maj IMS. If x ,.ii fall i" 'I" so, Judgment l) default "ill be taken against you l the relief demanded In the Bill of i 'ompluint. This notii • shall be p mi .em h week for four i seem in THE JEWIS I F'LI >HIDI VN i H I\I: \ \I uRDICRED ai 2th da) ol \. v i: i: LK VTIIER.M V s -' CI i 'h, nil i "out I. I 'udi i I i Ity: K M LYM VN, %  i %  SAMl'EL PI ETCHFZR *6ti --".th Si %  l;. I. Flol i-i. i Attorni I IS -' %  NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. ITICF: IS III:I:EI:Y I;I\ EN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In luis-ii. -uii.l. the fictitious II. ,iiol SEN STATE PAINT AND BOD1 at 1501 N E. 130th St.. No. MlKi., Intend t.. register said with th. clerk of the Circuit of Hade County. Florida. DANIEL I.MILLER AMES R. ElTZ8IMMOKS, si: Partners i '-jr.. SHOP ami. lia me Court NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF'.REBY HIVI.N that th.. undersigned, desiring to engag* In business uuder the fictitious name of KE1. MUSIC SALES at 4J B.E. 10th Ct.. lllaleali. Ha., intends to reulster said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Hade County, '"'••Ti.NE WOTWBOTOW^INC. n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 10844 LOTTU3 FBROVSON, PlaJntlff, vs. Cl..\(>llS FEROCSON, Defendunt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: iI.AI'll'S FERtll'SON Residence unknown. You. CLADH'S I BR0C8ON, are hereb) notified that a Hill of com| plaint for Divorce has been filed: against you. and you ari required to s.rv. a oopj of your Answer or | Pleadlm; to Ihe Bill "f Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, LAW NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, d< airing to engage in business under the fictitious name of MOTEL CONSULTANT A8SOCIATE8 at L'::IIH N.W. :*th St.. Miami. Pla.. Intendi to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l'ade County, Florida. lil'I.F AMERICAN LAND CORP. tiw ner 4 '!••-•.'<'.. S/S-10 •t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the underslg I, desiring t" engage i n business undei the fictitious name of Al.ESTATES BONDING CO al \ w Till Street, Miami, Ftao Intends iii reglatei laid name with ,t„. Clerk of the Circuit Court ot I'mi. I'..rim. Florida vi KISSON • %  .II.I: 1X81 RAM iv.: i:N %  v. INC l 26 FICE'S OE 1. STANLEY LEVIN E, '.100 Southwe.-t Second Av.-nue. Miami 36. Florida IKK 1-1681) nnd file the original Answer or Pleniltng In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 27th day of May, IMS. If VOU fail to do so. judgment l.v default will he taken iiitalnst you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each we.-k for four consecutive weeki in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19th daj of April. A.D. |M1 i: n LK VTHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I'.oi. County, Florida (Heal) B> : K, M. I.VMAN. I leput) "lerk i.., u'ti,.-s of i Stanle) i -• %  Ins Souths est s. oi:,! AVI t".. Miami ::•'.. florid.i il-'l; 1-1681 I Attorni .uiiff |tt L) le I I... I-. i inaii I 26, 3 -'--1"-17 IN THE C.IRCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4029 ANTHONY s. DONATO, Plaintiff. vs. 1.1NA DONATO, I I, fell'lallt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: I.INA DONATt r.2-1 Winkle Avenue Jersey City. N..I. Von are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Dlvorc. lias been filed against yon. and you are rcOF-1quired to serve a copy of your Anwer or Pleading to the Dill of Coniul.iint on the Plaintiffs Attorneys, SHEVIN, GOODMAN A ll< H.T7.MAN. bj AI.VIN GOODMAN, 346 Seybold Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file the oriuinal Answer or Pleading in the office of th. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the SOtn day of May, IMS. If you fall to do so, Judgj in.iit by default will !••• taken against von for the r.li.i demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Thinotice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeki in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. Done and Ordered at Miami. Flor* Idn, nils 13th da) of Anrll, IMS i: r. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Cln nil Court, i '.i'i' Count) Floi Ida ,-..,li B) K M LYMAN, Deput) Clerk SHEVIN. GX>DMAS .\ HOLTZMAN 146 Se) hold Building \i i mi :"-'. Florl 1 :\ \j\ in



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Friday. April 26, 1963 • JewistitkrMton Page 3-E Scene from "Counsellor-at-Law" to be presented three nights this weekend, beginning Saturday, at Temple Israel's Wolfson Auditorium. Standing (left to rihgt) are Thelma Bosch. Joe Ross, lack Ell, Rhea Gladwin, Doris Sprung, Warren Werner, Arnold Scher, Harriett Bulbin. Robert Saltman, Evelyn Saltman, and Harris Klein. Seated (left to right) are Ira Mogul. Joe Gardner and Debbie Hoffman. Curtain time is 8:40 p.m. Counselor-at-Law At Temple Israel Temple Israel Players will gent "Counsellor-at-Law" on Saturday. Sunday, and Monday nights this weekend in Wolfson Auditorium. Curtain time is 8:40 p.m. Starring m the male lead is Joe iardner. Other members of the -i include Thelma Bosch, Les Bukstel, Harriett Bulbin, Mike Eisenberg, Carol Ell, Jack Ell, Joe Gardner, Rhea Gladwin. Debi ilotfman, Larry Hoffman. Also Ira Mogul, Barbara Rado. Steve Rado. Joe Ross, Evelyn Saltnan. Arnold Scher. Doris Sprung, Phyllis Sumberg, Warren Werner, and Harris Klein. Technical cresv includes Paul Tropical Chapter Installation Set Tropical Chapter, American Medical Center at Denver, on Friday noon, .May 3, will hold an installation luncheon at the Barcelona Hotel. Mrs. S. Steven Brody, Eastern Kegional director of AMC, will intall new president. Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, who has been president ot the Dade Council of Auxiliaries ot AMC for the past two years. Other new officers are: vice presidents. Mrs. Morton Maltz, Mrs. Joseph Richman, and Mrs. Aaron Kapit; advisors, Mrs. Abraham Platt, Mrs. Norman Klein, Mrs. Nat Klein, and Mrs. Jack Groman. Recording secretary. Miss Lillian Sterner; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Libbye Rosen; financial secretary, Mrs. Sydney Burger; treasurer, Mrs. Rubin Zerlin; and chaplain, Mrs. Ralph S. Hall. preand Simmie Barnett, Sam Bosch, Irene Cohen, Shirley Klein, Rosalind Portnoy, Richard Pritikin, Shirley Rosenfeld, Bill Schiff, Jack Schillinger, and Jules WerBrandeis Women Slate Installation Brandeis University National Women's Committee, M'atni Beach Chapter, will install officers for the coming year at a buffet luncheon Monday noon at the Americana Hotel. Mrs. Robert Green and Mrs. Samuel Betagole are in charge of reservations. Mrs. Sam Goldman, formerly of Hull. Mass.. will be installed as I president. She has been closely connected with Brandeis here and in Hull. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg, past president, will install the incoming officers. Charles Adler, an alumnus of Brandeis University, now living in Miami Beach, will give an address. Dr. Abraham Sachar. pr?sid""t of Brandeis University, recently announced that the Ford Foundateion has made a six million dollar grant to the university on a 3-to-l basis. The Eleanor Roosevelt Peace Library has been established at Brandeis by the National Women's Committee as a memorial to the ner. late Mrs. Roosevelt, who trustee of the university. was a MRS. SAM GOLDMAN Sole functien of the Women Committee is the complete suppor of the library. Mrs. William Brer ner is outgoing president of th 'hapter. I TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yea, ten's Yora To* safe11 is, this fine tea..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleas* %  re with your fleishigs and sikhis and betwer* ami tefreshment... Certified Kosher %  nder $trict Rabbinical SupeiUtiom CERTIFIED KOSHER Lowest in Saturated Fat Scientific research indicates Liquid Corn Oil, such as used in Fleischmann's, helps reduce the saturated fat content of your diet! Of the nation's leading margarines, delicious Fleischmann's is lowest in saturated fat. That's because Fleischmann's is made from 100% corn oil with almost one cup of liquid corn oil in everypound. Fleischmann's also comes Unsaltcd for low-sodium diets, and for those who prefer a sweet spread. Fleisclxmann's AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING CORN OIL MARGARINES ID Tana Oaalae: Foi each coupon you accept as our authorized agent. *• mill pay you III* lac* value plus usual handling charges provided you and your customer have complied with the terms of this oiler; any other application constitutes fraud. Invoices showing your purchase of sufficient stock to cover all coupons redeemed must be shown upon request. Void if prohibited, taxed or restricted. Your customer must pay any sales tax. Cash value l/20th of 1 cent. Redeem only through our representative or by mailing to Standard Brands Incorporated at: P. 0. Boi 2062, Birmingham 1, Alabama Olfer good only in U.S.A. 'I This coupon expires on July 25. 1963.



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%  ten isti rUridlfor Page 7-C ion When ty Rejoice m relating to the manner in which re rsar) will be celebrated at the epentlcnce Day Dinner on Apr. 28. vents which were originated in Ihe attention of the entire ii i V.' in i e process of the red imption ontinuing pi i cess inch in month and year to year, a her pledge to Israel i' congratulated arc those i laith in Israel by buying el vs.ill tlic economic means i bey Mess the Israel Bond w ho share in this historic fruits HI their faith when r paid And they bless ill i-. enriched with the kind • ,t is filled with color and contribution to ^irith a newlylate Robert'i /eil and Philip of the UniverIselections, with Sal pies of young |is a custom in lalp^rin is seen Jv Pop *.l an' of State presented ents of foreign countries Left to right are A. C. Irving Steinlauf. Samuel ,^ ub arr. Sam Blank. Max Sidney Ansin. Max Rosen. |Ben Essen. !*^%— —: i J^^ookinoj to a fruitful /rut ure Leader at the helm in 1963 Leonard Rosen, who will receive the gavel from Samuel Friedland at the State of Israel Independence Day Dinner on Apr. 28. Congratulating him on the eve of the event is Elliott Roosevelt, who was host at a reception for the bond committee at his home, where plans for the Israel Independence Day Dinner were formulated. First Lady of Miami Anna Brenner Meyers will assume the chairmanship of the Women's Division of Israel Bonds for 1963. Woman of Valor Frances Katiman, Women's Division chairman, 1961-1962, is presented with the Woman of Valor Award by Israel's Dr. David Sassoon at a Hadassah-Israel anniversary celebration under the chairmanship of Dorothy Krieger Fink, which a record 950 women attended. Miami group Members welcome Sam Blank, Sam Friedland, Max Oiovitz and Dan Ruskin, seen above with Gen. Ezer Weizmann, who flew from Israel to bring official greetings, and Yukiel Federmann, head of the Israeli organization which pioneered in the hotel industry, citrus, oil and other fields. Israel's Bar Mitzvah dinner When Israel was 13 years old, the leadership of the Women's Division participated in the birthday cake ceremony. Left to right are Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mrs. Harry Silver, Mrs. Jack Rifkin. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Jack Popick, Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Sara Czech, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs. William Bomstein. Mrs. lack A. Cantor, Mrs. Paul Gordon, and Mrs. Ben Frankenstein.



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Page 6-B +Jmist fktrkjfknr Friday. April 26. 1963 < Miami Beach Servicemen's Center Wi Mark 11th Anniversary of Programming The nth anniversary "f the Mi Beach Servicemen's Center \ ill be celebrated on Friday evening in the ballroom of Ocean I Auditorium Color Guards of all branches of l.-,e Armed Force* will join in cpenine the program A 3c Elmo V'oods will sing the Anniversary Waltz." assisted by A lc Bob Ott he violin, accompanied by Miss Frances Gladden, director of the Air Force Service Club, at the piano. Senior ho-tesses will be given rds by founder and director. Jlaurice Klein, for services rente red through the years. Ho>te?ses to receive award* are Etta Se-npel. who has served more than 2.000 hours; Jennie Roussman. Rose Samuels. Sally Fahmie. Sylvia Flaum. Lena Kapnick. e Rosenblum. Kate Golirr.an. rice Clan*-. Ann Richard and Mary Babbitt, from 1.000 to 2.000 of >er\ ice Ethel Moss. Lenore Berman. Stone, E-ther Sussman. BetS — Claire ZapaUky and Winick. from 500 to 1.000 hours of Hrvica; Sue Neverman. Bes Gordon. Sylvia Levine. Frieda :er. Sugar Morrison, Ida Winkelbauer. and Bea Marcus from 150 to 500 hour.Pearl Holtzcr. Ruth Rosenthal. r>o>e Ross, Dorothy Sutton and Yvette Levine. from 100 to 150 hours. Newest hostesses. Clara Shaffer. Goldie Zelko. Ceil Rockwarg. Estelle Greenfield. Felice Herman and Selma Tasman, will be introduced. Highlight of the evening will be the selection of Mr. Servicemen's Center. 1963 and Mis* Servicemen's Center. 1963. Past Serv!cemen of the Month, one of whom will be selected as Mr. Servicemen's Center, are Hank Neverman. Artie Frage. Jess Ditman. Manny Soares. John Saiata. James Addison. Winston Simpson. Marvin Rivett. Charles Pritchard. Steve Rickey and Donald Com stock. Past Hostesses of the Month, one of whom will be selected as Hica Servicemen's Center, and three of whom will be selected as Princesses, are Natalie Saxner. Marilyn Oliver. Ruth Falana. Sue H*enthal Duke. Kay Chase. V'icki Mann. Sharon Skidmore. Carol Nagerga.-t. Carol Harmony and Donna Jamieson. Kenny Konyon. television, oper ttta and musical comedy star, will entertain Music w ill be by Har r> Flaum and his orchestra, through the courtesy of Frank and the Musician's Union. Chairmen who will receive trophies are Bess Cohen, special iiifrnihniniKi chairman; Dorothy Shultz. secretary and Checkroom chariman: Molly Kohn. Canteen iefre*hmens chairman; Ruth Randin. junior supervisor; and Molly Turner Heads Campaign Joseph P. Manners, president of the Dade County Chapter of tin Leukemia Society, announced thi week the reappointment of Miss Molly Turner, local television per sonality. as campaign chairman for the 1963 spring appeal, to be held during the month of May in Dade and Broward counties. This will be the second year Miss Turner has served in thi> capacity for the Leukemia So ciety Miss Turner will spearhead the group of volunteers expected to collect funds on May 4 and 5 ti be used for worldwide research and the general program, includ ing local patient service. Rose Field Klein, Cmdr. E. R. Challender, USCG, and Maurice Klein discuss plans foi the anniversary celebration of the Miami Beach Servicemen's Center. Hattie Milam, chairman cf *enior bration. Cmdr. Reid Stringfellow. bostessei commanding officer, and hi* famRose Field Klein is coordinat''> '" be quests of the Ronejf ing the festivities and will be Plaza Hotel during their stay here. Master of Ceremonies. Through arrangements with Ad. K. Y. McElroy. the USS Lester will arrive in Miami at 8 a.m.. Fridav morning, to assist in the celeShoshana Has Brunch and Games It was "Brunch and Games" for Shoshana Chapter. B'nai B'ri' Women, at Uncle John's Pancak. House la-t Thursday morning. Proceedwill help to support the Bellefaiie Home for emotior ally-disturbed children and othi B'nai B'rith projects. Reservations chairman were Mrs. John Reich and Mrs Jack Lependorf. AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! SWISS KNIGHT puts the tangy big-wheel flavor of Switzerland's finest Gruyere Cheese in handy foil-wrapped slices and wedges. Wonderful for lunch, snacks, or entertaining guests. Pick up SWISS KNIGHTS at your store today! Tifereth Women Map Activities Regular meeting of Tifereth Is-, rael Sisterhood will be held on Monday in the social hall. Evening will include discussion of plans for the coming year and a film. "Decorating. Unlimited." presented bv the Bell Telephone Co. On Sunday, the Sisterhood's anI nual donor dinner will be held at I the Carillon Hotel. Following the 630 a.m. dinner, the Carillon showwill be presented. Mrs. Hyman Astor is chairman cf the event. The Officers and Member % of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah fxpress deep sorrow and sympathy in the great loss of the President of Israel ITZHAK BEN-IVI LIILIAN GOODMAN, President Miami Beach Chapter of Hodossof Imported from Thoune, Switzerland, by the Gerber Cheese Co., Inc., N.Y. First Meeting for Batya Chapter Newly-organized group of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America in the North Dade area. Batya Chapter, will hold its first regular open meeting Tuesday evening at Beth Torah Congregation. The program will be devoted to the observance of the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the State of Israel and feature a film. "Side by Side." Mrs. Alex Shave witz is president. Mrs. Alfred Stone serves as coordinator for the chapters in the Miami area. SILVER OF MIAMI DRESSES 309 N.W. 2nd AVENUE fvelyn and Ira Silver BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS ISth ANNIVERSARY T CANTOR FIKST CLASS FffOM MEW YORK WOULD LIKE TO SETTLE IN PIMM Has a Beautiful Cultured Tenor Voice, experienced, 13 years in one position, musical, can sing with or without choir, fine coloratura. SttKS POSITION IN ORTHODOX OK CONSUVATIVt SINAGOGUt BEACH PREFERRED Write A.S., Box 2973, Main Postoffice, Miami 1 LPUBLIC NOTICE—The United Kashruth Association of Greater Miami Proudly Announces and Asks the Public To Be Sure to Look for the 1963 YELLOW SIGNS Displayed by Your Butcher Shop Which Mean: ADEQUATE SUPERVISION AND GUARANTEED KASHRUTH Under Rabbinical Supervision of Mash? REV. SAUL MOSKOWITZ in charge of South Beach Area RABBI A. J. SAFRA The Following Establishments Are Under the Supervision of the United Kashuth BUSY BEE STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MKT. 752 N.W. 183rd St.-NA 1-3961 POULTRY CROWN KOSHER MEATS & 1122 15th St.-JE 1-6514 CORAL WAY KOSHER MEAT ft POULTRY 2337 Coral Way-HI 3-13*3 FENSTER'S KOSHER MEAT ft POULTRY 1444 Orexel Ave.-JE 1-56*3 GEWIRTZ'S KOSHER MKT. 737 Washington Ave.-JE 1-6409 HERMAN'S KOSHER MEAT 1053 Woshington Ave.-JE 1-9808 HARRY KAPCHAN'S KOSHER MEAT MKT. 243 Collins Ave.-JE 1-7868 KLEIMAN'S KOSHER MEAT MKT. 1831 5 N.E. 19th Ave., N.M.B. Ph. 945 5611 KAY'S MEATS ft POULTRY 1041 Washington Ave.-JE 1-3496 MATTER'S KOSHER MEAT ft POULTRY MKT. 436 Collins Ave.-JE 1-55*3 MENDELSON ft SONS 13S4 N.E. 163rd St.-WI 5-6452 MIDTOWN KOSHER MEAT ft POULTRY 523 41 st St.-JE 1-1396 NEW DEAL KOSHER MEAT ft POULTRY 1362 N.E. 163rd St.-WI 5-2512 OSCAR'S KOSHER MEAT ft POULTRY 204 1st St. QUALITY KOSHER MEAT ft POULTRY 1321 Washington Ave.-JE 4-2536—Eli Fader chtm: REV. 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o- Page 4-A J fnitt fhridiatn Friday. April 28, 1963 'JewisH Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 _^ FRED K. SHOCHET .Editor and Publisher LEO MINDUN Executive Editor SELMA M THOMPSON Asst to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Puhii^h4 evenFriday alice Uf? by The Jewish FlorMtaa at 1*0 N.E. Sixth Srreet, Miami 1. Florida. tic no-rius Postage Paid at Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridian hai absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish TeleraDhie Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, FVTtional Editorial Assn.. American Assn. o* English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida P r r<* Aasn Tlie Jawiah Plorldiaq does not pruaranie thKaxhrutli of th ii.i tinfi'lmr advertised in its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area On* Year SS.00 Three Years 110.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number Friday, April 26, 1963 2 Iyar 5723 17 President Ben-Zvi: A Bright Star President Itzhak Ben-Zvi is dead. On the eve of her 15th anniversary of independence, Israel's second President passed into the history of the nation he halped fashion. In the bright constellation of Israeli experience since the earliest days of her freedom, President Ben-Zvi appeared to be less than the brightest star of her leadership. But this was less beccuse of the man then of the historic role destiny chose him to fill. The Presidency of Israel is largely ceremonial, but in Mr. Ben-Zvi's case, it went far beyond that. He was not "relegated upward" as a means of neutralizing his political ambition. The bold and unmistakable fact is that President Ben-Zvi never had personal political ambition^ and for precisely this reason he brought to his office the highest possible meaning. Much can be made here of President Ben-Zvi's early Zionist history — his hery and seemingly relentless energy in behalf of the establishment of a Jewish national homeland in Palestine; although the latter years of his stay on earth would seem to belie such a magnetic revolutionary past. Only his unflagging friendship for Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, both of whom were for decades virtual twin brothers in behalf of the Zionist cause they espoused, remained as a remnant of his Jewish nationalist youth and manhood in the last decade and a half of President Ben-Zvi's lile. But what should be made far more of is the scholarly, pious, and humble nature that characterized the second President of Israel. A devoted student of the Bible and of the historic Jewish past, an able historian and author, and a deeply religious man who practiced the Hebrew principles he preached — all these were President Ben-Zvi And for this reason, he fit precisely the role he fulfilled as a leader of the nation he helped bring into being. For what qualities could more purposefully mark a President of Israel? If he seemed less than the brightest star because destiny did not single him out to shake the earth with political pronouncements, President Ben-Zvi will certainly be among the longest enduring ones. He symbolized in his being that toward which the Prophets would have all Israel strive. ?m each reaches into the highest echelons of national Jewish leadership. Mr. Myers was for five terms president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and Mrs. Myers recently assumed another term as a national vice president of the National Council of Jewish Women. Such positions of leadership, among countless others, ably identify the total accomplishments of Mr. and Mrs. Myers. The new Stanley and Martha Myers Senior Citizens Center is further communal recognition of their contribution to South Florida's well-being. Mr. and Mrs, Myers Honored A luncheon this week honored Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, of Coral Gables, for their singular humanitarian achievements. The luncheon was the site of the naming of the Stanley and Martha Myers Senior Citizens Center of the Housing Authority of the City of Miami. This is a unique honor. It singles out two persons for distinction who have, over the years, made their mark in the affairs of their community as leaders in behalf of all worthy causes dedicated to human need. The new Stanley and Martha Myers Senior Citizens Center symbolizes the honor well. Both Mr. and Mrs. Myers have long records of civic and philanthropic endeavor and achievement that would tax the indexing capabilities of the best biographers. It is merely sufficient here to note that each has attained distinction in the general and the Jewish communities, as well, and that the reputation of Miracle Brought to Pass Monday is the 15th anniversary of the State of Israel's independence On the 5th day of the Hebrew month of Iyar irv 1948, Israel's leaders proclaimed the independence of their nation. (See Sec. C). Fifteen years later, we marvel at the achievement; for it is an achievement that vindicates the best in the quality of humankind. Israel is the outgrowth of the sacred ashes of six million Jews sacrificed on the altar of Nazi insanity in the fourth and fifth decades of the twentieth century. Israel is the child of man's conscience prodded to apportion a fragment of the earth on which he lives to a people that had no home for 2,000 years. Fifteen years after the interminable challenges, Israel is a paean of praise to the miracles men can bring to pass in their own behalf when they are motivated by the spirit of justice and human dignity. • • Miami's Contribution State of Israel Bonds in Greater Miami will celebrate Israel's 15th anniversary at a gala dinner affair Sunday evening. Since the first Israel Bond issue in' May, 1951, bonds have played a unique role in the upbuilding of the Jewish State. During the past 12 years, bond funds have helped build highways, industry, transportation and housing, thus freeing Israel to turn to other vital areas of her development. In this ambitious and successful program. Greater Miami Jewry has played an increasingly stellar part. The function Sunday will be one more phase of our community's continuing effort in behalf of the State of Israel through the purchase of Israel Bonds. I during the week ,.. as i see it IN A COLUMN here on Dc %  21, 1962. I listed Mrs. Charles Magnll ET by LI0 MINDUN among a group of officials queried by the Florida Office of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith concerning the Miami Junior Women's Club cndoasemeiet the way? of Mrs. Magrill, herself, who put it on th1 line in an interview in the Miami Herald last week (Apr. 191. when n a bl oi rhetorical glory, she solemn!) vowed that "some ol our friends are Jew i.-h A NOBLE REPUDIATION Of THE CHARGE I AM CERTAINLY glad to know tin-, and delight in no to add Mrs. Magrill to the elite corps "t unhesitatlni take the devil squarely b) his horns, tail, and cloven feet, and openly admit th.it some of their best friends are Jews. That Mrs Ma. has gone a step further and laughingly wondered it the ADL doesn't confuse anti-Semiti-m with anti-Communism -hould hardly reflect on the highly discriminating policy she pursues in making irie>n She does, after all. have a valid reason for her query—if only becau>e the ADL started the whole thing by querying her Indeed, lira. MagriU's failure to reply in retrospect makes a good deal Of sen.-e. It just wouldn't do to be so indiscriminate as to write an organization that contuses anti-SemiUsm with anti-Communism. Apart from all these considerations, the observation itself iJ shrewd one. But shrewdness in Mr-. Magrill should elicit no surprise: for she has openly and unashamedly confessed that some of her best friends are Jews, and it is common knowledge how antiSemites feel about the supposed shrewdness in Jews. I find it most noble that Mrs. Magrill defends the Mumi Junior Women's Club by taking the blame for the club's support of the Dall testimony squarely on her own socialite shoulders. "He should have used only my name."' the Miami Herald quotes her. WILD ARRAY Of SOURCE MATERIAL THUS HEROIC IN her own esteem, I would hardly imitate the AnnDefamation League's ill-mannered presumption to raise SOUK questions of my own—such as: If the Miami Junior Women's Club did not underwrite the antiSemitic testimony of Curtis Dall. what about the club's endorsement of a list of recommended radio and radio-listening hanging at the Holmer Drug Co.. on Biscayne Blvd.—a list about which I also reported on Dec. 21? The daily press hasn't got around to it vet, but the Junior Women's Club poster, tacked up as I wrote then," among the poli.-hed innocence of ice cream sodas, cosmetics, and mass-produced patent medicines, suggests a pretty wild array ot source material even for the manicured anti-Communist. Included are: The Christian Crusade, of Tulsa, Okla., headed by Rev. Billy James Hargis. who sports a well-documented anti-Semitic background; 20th Century Reiormation, sponsored by defrocked Pr< byterian Rev. Carl Melntire. a hatemongering Hargis associate; the Anti-Communism School of the Air. featuring \orb Gariety who has been spotted at meetings for Kenneth Goff in Miami. (Gofi is a former partner in prejudice of Gerald L. K. Smith, denounced as a biwt by the American Legion.) THE BttT OF AU POSSIBt REPUDIATIONS QTHER RECOr*MENDATIONS BY the Miami Junior Worr.-n'.I v l or choice reading at Holmer's Drug Co: "Citizen Speak.-, extreme right wing sometime sheet in mimeograph form, published on Key Biscayne by N. J. Garden, and invariably filled with anU-Seniitic senuments. as well as with praise for such bigots as John G Crommehn. of Wetumpka. Ala., rear admiral (ret., long ago repudiated bv I S. Navy and Government officials; and Tyler G. Kent, publisher of the now defunct Palatka (Fla.) Sun. Kent, as reported in this column on Nov. 23. 1962. was charged with passing secret information to the Nazis in 1940, tried, convicted, aud spent several years in a Bnti-li | prison. P l One can go on and on with these Miami Junior Women'Club recommendations. I will forgive Mrs. Magrill her original refusal to comment on the Dall testimony, but must now regard criticallv her failure to say something about these recommendations After all, she has spoken many words in her defense during these past ten days. Repudiation of the Miami Junior Women's Club poster at Holniei would be the best possible delense of all. Perhaps it is that her husband, a practicing dentist here, has been reported as allegedly ushering at an "Operation Midnight Ride" meeting Feb. 27 in Dade County Auditorium, featuring Billy James Hargis, where Christian Crusade publications were liberally distributed, and the National Council of Churches called a "bunch of Communist preachers." Or that her teen-age sons, Barry and Michael, are involved in a self-styled Greater Miami Christian Anti-Communism Organization, whose purpose is more than the imitative name suggests. Michael circulates Christian Anti-Communism Crusade and Cinema Educational Guild material here with his personalized sticker: 'Property of Mike Magrill." Christian Aim Communism Crusade is the Texas-based orgamzation ol extreme right winger Dr. Fred Schwarz. Cinema Educational Guild is the California group of Mvron C, Faean. a weU-knowii anti-Semite. Or, indeed, perhaps it is that Mrs. Carden, wife of the Key Biscayne publisher, directs a network of study groups for the Miami Junior women s Club, which more than anything suggests the absurdity or Mrs. Magrill s denials-her Jewish friends and the Israel Bond she prolesses to have purchased notwithstanding



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tSm Page 10-C tkmUtifihrkHan Friday, Ap ril 26, 1963 -' %  —— Highlighting Home Affairs This Year Continued front P*ge 3-C wide range of authorities to prove that the ordinary meaning of the term "Jew,*' as understood by Jews, does not include a Jew who has become a Christian. It emphasized that the Law of the Return used the term "in a secular sense, as commonly understood by the people living in Israel." Justice Silberg, who delivered the majority judgment, quoted from a number of Jewish historians and thinkers, of various religious outlooks, to demonstrate that "the basic assumption that 'Jew' and 'Christian' are two adjectives which can never be applied to the same noun is common property, both to the ordinary people and to the scholars." A new town on a rocky plateau in the Negev Desert overlooking the Dead Sea, a village on the peak of historic Mount Gilboa, and a communal settlement near Israel's southernmost town, the Red Sea port of Eilat. were founded in 1962. New Settlement The first 42 families moved into their temporary houses in the development town of Arad on Nov. 21, forerunners of an anticipated population of 25,000. The first families, all of them veteran Israelis who have left their established homes to start life anew in the wilderness, will be employed at the Dead Sea Works at Sodom and in industries based on the area's natural resources. Arad, which will be the capital of the 125,000-acre Arad region in the Eastern Negev, is Miami Federation Eyes Its Past Achievements Continued from Page 2-C opments of the year were: The first experimental -olar energy pool was built on the Dead Sea in Sodom, the lowest point in the world. The 25-metersquare pool has two purposes: generation of electricity from the sun's energy, and desalination of water for use in irrigation. The pool was built by scientists working for Israel's National Council of Research and Development. It will be recalled that last year Dr. Zvi Aabor, head of the Council's National Physical Laboratory, produced the first small solar-energy motor. A tiny medical measuring and trans mitting unit, weighing only 5 ounces, which can be placed in a helmet or attached to a belt, was also developed by scientists of the National Research Council. The new instrument can transmit data on the operation of the heart from a distance, for either monitoring or recording on instruments, so that subjects need no longer lie on a table or in bed for these measurements. Since 1939, when the United Jewish Appeal was formed in the same year the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was established, the Greater Miami community through Federation has helped to make the following programs possible through money contributed to the UJA by the community for the work of the United Israel Appeal, Jewish Agency and the Joint Distribution Committee: 1939-1944—The years of World War II—Miami helped rescue Jews from Hitler's Europe, and to provide relief and welfare assistance wherever and whenever possible, the Nazi occupation of virtually the whole of Europe notwithstanding. Miami CJA funds helped to save 162,000 Jews from the Nazi death machine. 76.000 of whom were moved to then British Mandated Palestine. 1M5-1947—UJA funds were poured into a life-giving stream to Europe to care for the concentration camp survivors; to provide relief and welfare for the ever-widening mass of Jewish displaced persons whose total grew to over 250.000 by the end of 1946; to begin the work of restoring Europe's shattered Jewish communities; and to provide in the Allied Zones of Occupation for immigrants awaiting movement to Palestine, then restricted by Britain to 1.500 monthly. 1948—UJA in this single year received an all-time record of nearly S150.000.000, including $1,100.000 from the Greater Miami Community, which enabled the first great emptying of Europe's DP camps as an instantaneous consequence of the establishment of the State of Israel on May 14 —an emptying that flowed naturally from the proclamation in Israel's Declaration of Independence of an "open door" for all Jews as a matter of right. 1949-1951— CJA funds helped make possible the transfer to Israel of virtually the entire Jewish community of Yemen—a mass movement via the memorable "Magic Carpet" airlift, involving 50,000 men, women and children. At the same time, funds financed 'Operation Ezra," an airlift that brought the great majority of the Jews of Iraq to Israel, or a total of 112,000 men, women and children. At the same time funds were made available in Israel for the construction of housing and new agricultural settlements to absorb the mass tide of immigration—a program that continues to receive the highest priority to this day. 1MMH2—UJA raised funds on a massive scale to underwrite continuing programs of refugee migration and resettlement in Israel, with emphasis over those years on the removal of Jews facing acute dangers in various countries. UJA funds went also in heavy measure into the agricultural development of Israel. In Miami, Federation and CJA have raised funds for the UJA annually, and have the primary responsibility of making each of these programs in Israel a success. Anniversary Progress Continued from Page 9-C food, shelter, health services, schooling and employment, Israel has had to fight two wars, and contend with an economic boycott and blockade by all of its neighbors. Despite these handicaps, the development of the country and its economy has made remarkable progress. One acknowledgement of this progress came during the year with the ending ot the work of the United States Operation Mission in Israel. Henry Chalfant, head of USOM. said in Jerusalem that Israel is one of the first three countries in which USOM is terminating its work since the U.S. and Israel Govments have come to the joint conclusion that there is no further need for technical aid. situated conveniently near the gas fields of Zohar and Kidod, the Dead Sea potash and bromine works, and the Negev phosphate deposits. On Nov. 29, a religious group of young people in Nahal, the branch of the army that combines military training with agricultural work, settled on the heights of Mount Gilboa, where Saul and Jonathan were slain. The new settlement, 1,500 feet above sealevel, overlooking the Jezrcrt and Beit She-an Valleys, will i i a farming community. Israel's southernmost kibbutz or communal settlement, Eilat, wa dedicated a month later, on Dec'. 24, on a hill a few miles from the Red Sea port of Eilat. The members, who have been living in the port town for sev eral years, intend to sustain their community with agriculture and fishing as well as light industry. A SALUTE TO THE State of Israel ON ITS 15th BIRTHDAY J N*ifc>' MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida BEST WISHES TO THE O STATE OF MSRAEL $ ON ITS ir>ih AXXiVERSARY Golden Gate Hotel and Motel On The Ocean at 194th Street, Miami Beach Wl 7-4411 T BEST WISHES TO THE i STATE OF ISRAEL i ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY Markel Industries, Inc. President, Harry Markowitz See, Morris lomaskin 376 N.W. 25th Street BEST WISHES TO THE <* STATE OF ISUMIK ON ITS l'Uh AXXiYERSARY GULF STREAM PRESS 3800 N.W. 59th Street NE 5-0611 BEST WISHES TO THE t STATE OF ISIIAEE ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY Carino's Italian Restaurant 4785 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, PL 8-4635 T 15 years to build a democracy HW "An inspiring accomplishment for the people of ISRAEL and a symbol of what man can do when given a chance to do it." FROM THE SIEGELS CENTRAL HARDWARE COMPANY 545 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, Florida JE 1-0836



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Paoe 4-C *JmHhfk***am Ff.ccy April 25, 1 963 Progress on Israel's Anniversary Cma**raj*4 frr P I-C • 5-. :-i-.; "• the past pear re :" :.:.-: %  WeT --:• • r. ir %  p 7: r aaaaa ae f k V S.Wi kaavkgraats. far the TV Xa'jeatti Water Project. i mass Hirnn Babe?-hra*4 he*e %  •esan* 3* iuM :*. .s aesoapec :• car--:Ike taiauag iMhiliTcr of % %  .ab> *ater semeei the 15-Year Landmarks Ifrws Pe J-C •r HU' 25—? -tret veasei arrive* a: Bed its ; %  feM Oct. :a Bi a-sheaa Jl Li: rasi Jar. '—~%  -•-.:. i : %  : A.- &f — m Oc* — .-%  : tan i :. X—. ..:_.-i. ;.-r-;-• • : F.-i-;IMI -Mar. il—7*. A... tiuofcra^e* PJBMM MJI \; —Lc : ;.. z-i. :: %  %  -.".; %  : • : --•:M.a y 21— -re X _r -r -.-.;;•. Frs %  •-• %  : .i : ~< ::.-," Ai^15—:-:•—i:xKaaJ CoBiere&ee oc Soeac e hi the Aiii aauaaiat Id ope-x-d a: WC4= hMttatc Rehovot Dec. 27—25t Z.3cis; C fpm •per.? ia JerasaJeci NH *r 71—^t nadaat a frttt 24 c o ua tne s graduate at end of first aorta aad south of the country ... ftaaMfcaj dM %  TOBM *i''. r of the Sea erf fiah'hir to the Ne g*T In this way. new area", of the south tfl be opened for agricakarai expio.tauon and settle-T-: The (11 r. t irrigation achea a e cali* for a huge Sr-loot ebaaeter concrete pipeline ID adeatiaa to a ser.es of open thanKis a The work, alkMp -•--' i-vir.ee:. ;> r.o*. scheduled for completion for months to come, but the p r imit* assisted to it can be fifaiil by the 82 rsiDion pounds allocate-: M .: hi M badAgncvttvce %  :rxe appeirt:-• ...-_• : : %  :* • i?r.c„t-ri! fTTamawi bad beercid a fd beram of %  'rB ; r* u "'*H of ia&d and -e tx'pzT".are : I i • %  :.ice %  .. r. %  r? : a reM .on of _-r.iatKc -aate-r :'cr Tbet :-:. tat -" •' %  %  -• ~ -: -". rr : --ti>: ~ : r '. %  ; > for overseas aurbeu -.--". brg;*,r.' .•-:.;:::: ^. imag: %  : %  :--•. racrfj m f ; have aireadv been :-_>•:: .: • % % % %  :: potatoe: :.irr. £-: ::~i bu to ihe continued importance opment. TBJI reflects the of %  grtcuHuw to tn ,e tor i:.<;u?-r:ai deveiopme,,, 000.000 ha baen allocated by the u ata0 ,r %  :i '-the lterm 1Ila ; gorernmenl to inatutrlal levelConinu! n p 8 > TO THE i, STATE Of ISRAEL AND ITS SUPPORTERS WE EXTEND OUR WARVEST REGAPi; AND HIGHEST PRAISE FOR THE MANY ACCOMPLISHMENT". IN THE 15 YEARS SINCE THE REBIRTH OF THE NATION Downtown: 101 NE 1st Avenue Branch: Bitcayne Shopping Haza naa nsr* Canada. C 5 Brat-•k aawH %  iile pf ia.;e :: Aar. U—E :r-;-Ti tr-^.r Mar-June—?r'•: -.---r r-" :Mn Gooda Kt: rafjpi VLarr-er tears Scaaramanaa J 5—:--...-.%  : %  -• : %  %  %  -;-;-.—:i>-. hapaaaa Aasorpooa Loan to corer iacreasec 2— e-.r. Vit ii*.;-s^t.-r.r--. :r: M^C real Mo*. 15— :-r M Miraster Gerhardse:: of Norway arr.ves for ofDoe — Pr.se Minister pa> -. Btni. Dec. I—Israel becomes fall member of GATT 1H2 Jan.—Tr* Frre.i Mn Gold Heir, aoa Pah. % —I*ea Ecooc-r sed oa unifom eicha-£ :be B Ma ac I %  -Ijraaf t the Snip :? lai?e!> based on ^30cept. Tbe pkaMhaj of : ..—i-.i snake *ie area reaeaable a hage rauarai greentie amTal of rmgatxc aater piped froas the Sea of Ga".:iee. atirly oae huadred thaa'irn: acres of ferule laad anil i..ic- t: f*ell Israel s ia.-:. -.:; ..-•:.: -: rt desipied for export. B'sor i-so maiata^ the level A pxductioa ia Israel's f-„.t ihich coconaes tc fmd new • {.: abroad. Industry toad ; BakiBg iadestrjr, incbadnig ocean and lake :. aad carp bree::-; :.-. artificial paads. rose H a yearly producz t.ti..r.i: \6ji.<' wr.i v. r.t 1£2SS rr.^aor The country re<*lf-su:ficre.-.t :r. frait. vasetahlea, and dairy rr %  --aad po_:tr> All the f .rtt r.ds to expend :25.9fJ.CX


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Page 14-B 9-Jmist FhrkMzn Friday. Apnl 26. 1963 The Courier by ^jerala *^chwartz Dr. Eaward Fox named a director of local unit of American Marting Association. Martin Kahn is publicity chairman Miami Beach Attorney Michael Shores, president cf Florence Cnttendon Home, selected for Sunday News feature Oary I. Saizman elected vice president of Southeastern Regional Business Law Association Gt oroo Ooatt. of Merill Lynch, attended Southeast Association of Railroad ad-Public Utilities Commissioners" concla\e in Jacksonville Cousin Arthur J. (for Jtrry) Schwan, resident manager of Miami Beach office of Bache. glowing as the Lincoln Rd. Dow Jones board moves back over the 710 mark Col. Mitcholl Wolfson reports recorc earnings for Wometco Enterprises in first Quarter SaaVev Ai"i^i public service programming on WCKT exceptional Jacob Rtfkin will chair May 11 dinner honoring Mavrico Revtrt and Jack S. Popick for Israel Investors Corporation. Milton Feller off to excellent start M new exalted ruler of Miami Beach Elks, with Zov Kogan new esquire Murray Borkowritz closed the Coronet Hotel, and will open the kosher Promenade Hotel ir. Long Beach in June Blackstone Retirement Hotel Has air-condit-d 100 rooms New Miami Beach Hospital headed by Dr. L. V. LinoVoth going ahead Nat Potamkin, of Vic Potamkin Chevrolet, moving into King Cole Apartments. MWton Sirkin has taken over operation of the Di Lido Hotel, and already ha> the Lincoln Rd hostelry humm;r,i with Btwa that Ha I -averse headquarters wiC be there Miami Beach Council race u arming up with mcumber.:Marcie Liberman, D. Leo Powoll, Mel Richard an., reterui Hal Hertx early favor.' %  *. Oran Cohen habeen named vice presided of Wometco \ • ral Florida Sol Tabb, of Mar Tab Vending, getting set for move into \ a<: Ma quarters in new industrial complex off Palmetto Bypass m Northwest Dade Samuel Stampleman. former cnairman Of the board M • Safety Razcr Co off on extensive trip ot Europe Josooh GarfioM, bottled gas tycoon, eyeing Cape Canevaral area for major development Franklin C. Rose, of Tobin and Rose InRoTaaaa Agency, back from Chicago where he -areflected vice president of Windsor Insurance Co. The Miami Beach firm, which includes Loonard Tobm and Jock Toban, gettitng ready for its 47th anniversary Westtrooke Country Club certain to get future intercollegiate fourball handball championships Dr. Sheldon Dobkin. Coral Gables op tometnst. reported dickering to bring Grand Prix to South Florida. He's past president of Sports Car Club of Greater Miami Halperfs Trophies will supply gold keys for Beta Honor Society at North Miami High School Murray Sheldon, Rocky Pomerance and Maurice Unpor named to bead Civic League for upcoming year. Harold Spoot will install officers June l at the Algiers. Charles Lmksman, of Pumpermk's. report? the North Miami restaurant will sponsor a Little League baseball team Al Otchak, of Foog Sha Noons Chinarama Restaurant, still looking for a nckshau to publicize opening of the -Vrth Miami Beach Chinese smorgasbord eatery. Frank Jaffa*, attorney and advertising executive, new president of Ad Club of Greater Miami, with Manny Eisfc4d and Ray Ricfctes doing a good editing job on the handsome house organ. Ad Libs E. Albert PaMot and Joseph Upton, of Biscayne and Dade Federals, respectively, named to Committee on Law and Regulations of United States Savings and Loan League Arthur Pekelner, Kitty Sakrats and all the other active leaders of the South Florida Zionist Council earned a "well done for their smooth handling of the 15th anniversary celebration, of Israel at the Beach Auditorium Saturday night Ambassador Avrahem Harmon, forced to cut his speech short because of the dual crises created by the Jordanian uprising and Presidentfien-Zvi-s fatal illness, was at his best Milton Komito has left WIOD. and should make an exciting announcement soon HendHx Borm has exited the News Milt and Loo Sfcepir* have regained Panorama, and ended Candid weekly Hoi Waw-aw doing fine makeup job on sports pages of Beach Sun .We're flying to Safetv Harbor Spa for the weekend to lose a few pounds See vou at the Hadassah convention Young Pianist Wins in Audition Ellen BuksteL lt>year-otd p>anis one of the youitfest winners m the 1SS3 stpnent orchestra debut concer. sudiuons sponsored by the Miami >> xphoauc Society Orchestra as.1 Miami Music Teachers ASJB. She will solo with the orches;r3 at the Debut Concert on Saturday evening in the Barry CoHege Au%  drtonum. Last year. Ellen's brother Lee. 11. woo the same hon• or. The accomplished pianists are the children of Dr and Mrs Leslie T. BuksteL 1055 MM l2h Ter and study with Natalie Klimkevich. of Miami Shores. The talented sub-deb has been notified that she is also one of the top winners in her group in the biennial piano recording' competition held in Austin. Tex., and earlier this year, won two superior ratings in the Junior Festival in Coral Gables. CILEN Mft-CTfl Convalescent Unit Hear Allergists Convalescent home for asthmatic children of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation presently being set up in Miami Beach were explained by Israel Friedman, executive vice president, at a membership affair of the newly-formed Miami Beach Chapter of the Foundation at the home of Mr. end Mrs. Joseph Alter. 6365 Allison Rd.. Monday evening. Dr. Meyer Marks and Dr. Nelson Zivitz. Miami Beach alien:. spoke of the need for the Home and of the medical supervision to be provided by Greater Miami allergists. Mrs. Jerry Resnick is president Reservations chairmen were Mrs Irving Stiegel. vice president in charge of membership, and Mrs Milton Koch, honorarv life presi dent. Biscayne Group Installs Gaynor Milton Gaynor. senior vice presCeremony will follow dinner at ident of Washington Savings and the Algiers Hotel Outgoing presL* A sn -_*7 i | ** "tailed' on ident is Ben Giller. another sen J Sunday as president of Biscayne ion vice president of the saving-1 Point Home Owners Assn. organization. LOOK TOO BOOK! FREE TOUR CATALOG LISTS Koeisor IT'SilAlllS israel and EUROPE s 535 I lUAITWES HHN ONE OF OUR GROUPS A P* f BY JET WEEKLY DEPARTURES iSprinq & Summer Tours I ^OAofk ESCORTED *8o9 29 DAYS BY JET MCLUO/NC THI PERFECT TOUR re* roc.' George Kronengold TRAVEL SERVICE -" #.ISTl S40 Arth r 6oelr*y la. 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Page 8-C *Jg*ist> fhrkMann Friday. April 26, 1963 HfW ELEMENT ON HORIZON Israel Bonds to Mark 15th Anniversary At Apr. 28 Dinner Here On Sunday, Apr -8. the birth 13 years ago ot the State of Israel will be celebrated in Israel, in thousands of communities around the globe, and in Miami. Here, the climax of festivities will be the Israel Independence Day Dinner on Sunday evening. 7 p.m.. in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Samuel Friedland, dinner chairman and chairman of the local Israel Bond Organiza tion. pointed out that this year's celebration "will mark a dual milestone in the history of Israel, its 15th anniversary and the redemption of the first Israel Bonds issued in 1951. which mature beginnnig May l of this year." He said that "this year, a new element enters into the relationship of Israel and American Jewry 1963 is the Year of Redemption when Israel begins to pay'back the first Israel Bonds purchased. This is an historic instance of faith rewarded, and to the American public, it is the first time where money extended to Israel will not only be returned to the United States, but there will be additional 50 percent accrued interest. "In this spirit, the Israel Independence Day Dinner under the aegis of the Greater Miami State of Israel Bond> Organization will give expression to the full significance of the day—to Israel and to us Highlights of the 1-raeI Independence Day Dinner will be: • A ceremony honoring the first members of the community to respond to the Israel Bond drive 12 years ago with the presentation to them of Founder-In\e-tor Certificates. • A dramatic proclamation of Israel's 15th year of statement through the kindlina oi the Israel Menorah. The flame for the Menorah will come from the Torch of Zion lit in Jerusalem when Israel was proclaimed a State. • Presentation to Samuel Friedman, chairman of the Israel Bond Organization of the Israel Distinguished Service Me dallion. hitherto received by only a handful of persons in the world. The award will be made to Friendland "for his outstanding service in helping to make Miami the leading Israel Bond city in the world on a per capita basis under his chairmanship for the past two years. Israel Bond sales in Greater Miami were $1,715,000 in 1961 and $1,827,000 in 1962. Making the award on behalf of the State of Israel will be the Hon. Adin Talbar of the Israeli Embassy in Washington. • Inauguration of Leonard Rosen as new Israel Bond chairman, succeeding Samuel Friedland, and Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers as Women's Division chairman, succeeding Mrs. Jack nan. • Participating in the program will be Elliott Roosevelt and the noted folk humorist Sam Levenson. Heading the committee for the Israel Independence Day Dinner are representatives of all Great er Miami Jewish organizations, spiritual and lay leaders of synagogues and temples, and a roster of distinguished citizens representing all areas of the community. Sam Levenson, a name synonymous with cherished nostalgia for the Jewish past, will appear in a stellar role at the Israel Independence Day Dinner. Levenson is preparing a program of special material for the historic event. Roster of Top Leaders Head Local Committee A distinguished roster of community leaders. organization representatives, members of the rabbinate, lay leaders of synagogues and temples, and leaders from the world of government, education and culture head the committee planning the Israel Independence Day Dinner to be held Sunday. Apr. 28. at the Fontainebleau Hotel under auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Heading the committee as dinner chairmen are Samuel Friedland and Jack A. Cantor, assisted by these 1962-63 Trustees of Israel: A A. I,nr.-. Jamet M All Annli Ittank, rn lilun William IUri Meln, Jack L'ao• .i. ... -|,!i i •• h< n. Sarah <"*• i n, \1. v I, ...,!. %  A. C 1' n. Al.i.i". r \ ben I % %  "< %  Ramut'l Frft-dland, David Ooudman. laadon 11. I %  Morriii Hli-w h, Benjam n Kan< Sal • K pn J i Klidak, [lav Id .i Light. Joseph Upton, -I-..--., i. Itt, Ai n Bi • nner Mey< i \ .1 Molaxky, Max Orovlti, Jack lacob Rlfkln, Leonard Rom :.. I'hlllp Rosi ill" H. Rxi Raj ii nd Rubin Lnul* H .in. Samuel T. Seymour Siiv.i man, Ban sni. i. inn. Ki.'l Somersteln, Nal w iidi Bam W< IntM re, Carl \\. nh • Sldnej Welaman, Mas w • Thi •• ol il. .st.Includes: v % %  : %  r Leonai .1 A -M \ imowlts, William Asranova, John I. Arkin. lovlts. Joseph Ash, Hartbram Bak< i. Herman ll. rbei i M. Bauma. S a % % %  u • I Beckei man, Phi n-lts, Slgmund Berlant, Tli. Bern an, Mon la Blsenfeld, i iSamuel Botwa). I., n %  • I I %  %  .l'l. M hBronxteln, Jack earner, Abraham 'asuel. Hym n 'habner, i 'harles Chnri-owi-ky, Meyer Chertos, Ralph Cobb, Harr> Cohodas, Sam Cohen, Julius Cooper, Morris •"... M ..-•-. Jacob Cosow, Irvine i*ypen, Ram K [>anlels, Nathan Darsk)', Loul* DeCoveny, Clara Den • Isaac l lonen, Sam 1 lorfBen Bssen, Paul I nske, Heri'. Idnun, Betty Peuar, Max koff, Uorothj Krleg-er Fink, Prank l rankel, Samuel Frankel, Sol Prankel, Mayshle Frledbers;, BenJamln Prledman, Hy Oalbut, Samuel Oraubart, Maurice Clans, Bydne] flans, Leo Oelvan, Harrj Genet, M rnOettleman, Henry Gilbert, Ben silt. i. Ban Olttleman. Louis Glasser, Louis Golden, Sam Goldstein, Lillian Goodman, Paul R. Gordon, Philip Ootlleb, Albert Grossman, Louis H Grossman, Abraham Qrunhut, Chuck Hall, Sam .1. Halpeiin, Trudy Hammerschlasr, Martin Hammer, A. J. Harn-. Harrj Harris, Max Hecht, Ben REDCMPTI0N The redemption this year of he first State of Israel Bonds marks a significant milestone in the financial history of this new nation, which is just 15 I years old. The loan which purchasers of Israel Bonds made in 1951. when the first Israel Bonds were issued, is being repaid starting May 1. 1963. Approximately 524,500, 000 in principal and interest will be paid out during the last months of 1963 alone. i ll. llei Herman Hits' 1 r. L Kdward Horoulti, Km.--' Janls, Manuel Joseloff, 11 w ai Kane, Louis Kanter, David Karron, Bernard KaM, Jack Katsman, Mas i Murrj Kuretsky, Cal K"\• H-. Inea Krenskj i. N.uhun Kushln, Eugene Labovlta, i achman, Joseph I. n, M Lehrfleld, Ii \ Ins Lehn i Bam •••! i %  i.. \ .nn i ; %  raid L< is. Mori blb< man, laid ir< I..1I.I1..1.. r. M I A. Llpschlts, Samuel Llpton, Martin B Lodge, Milton l. Sam Luby, LlUlan Lynn, Morris .M., %  ..— Have Margulles, Ben Markou is, s. HI :. i Mats, Bmanuel Ments, Baron deHlrsch Meyer, Mom I' Morris, Kmil Morton, Stanli i Mvei E. Albert I'allot, Ida I'lnack, Moril Poilet. Moi is Pollack, Lou PolU i. B im Pollock, David IVMIVV, Hvman Potash, Aron Pro* i. Rablno Its, Sam Relnhai .1 Ma irli • %  K< \itz. Hyland Rlfaa, Benjamin Rimer, Leo Robinson, Joseph Rose, Ira Rosen, Max Rosen,, Louts Rosenstuck, Seymour Rubin, Jacob RUBHO, .i -•-ii Backs, Meyer .1. Safra, Solomon Schlff, Sum Schlffman, Herman Hchwarts, Joshua Rearat, John Serbln, Itnvld Bernaker, Jacob Sher, Max Shapiro Norman Shapiro, Murraj Shaw, Benjamin Sharps. Bol C. Sha> ... IM Ills, Beldel. I • .1 Shochet, Jacob Slr.ill, u. Han Silver, Sol Sllverman, Harrj nhoff, Saul Btiberman, Hairj SirVin. Robert Somersteln, Charles Sommer, Nathan K Bpector, Nathan Splegelman, Irving Btelnlauf, Lea-Is si.i nsh.in. Israel Teltch. Philip Thau. HaroM Thunnan. Abraham I I'slander, Many s. Warren, Alfred Waxman, Julian Welnkle, Henry B. Wernlck. H. ank"n WlUtsms Manuel Yav,-low. Maurlci Zaretsky, Elisabeth Samuel Zltner, Matthew Zuckei man Rosen and Mrs. Meyers Will Take Helm of Drive At Independence Function J. I* u A dynamic young civic, philanthropic ai I iness leader has been named Israel Bond chair man to succeed Samuel Friedland and Mil be inaugurated at the Israel Independence Day Dinner. Sun ay, Apr 28. at the Fontainebleau Hotel, He is Leonard Rosen, whose success storj in the IVI rid ot business is one that would make every American proud of his heritage. As president of the Gulf American Land Corporation, he has guided his organization from a handtul oi employees in 1957 to a multi-million dollar nationwide operation today. Rosen is a member of the board of Temple Menorah and active on behalf of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. He has achieved distinction on behalf of many other civic efforts and served as an Important leader of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Prior to being named chairman ol the [rael Bond Organization. Rosen served as a member ot the Israel Bod board of governira a, '962 cochairman. A woman who has won the esteem and affection ot many thousands of her fellow citizens for her dedicated service to the community on many fronts. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will head the woman's efforts for [srae Bonds as 1963 Women'-, Division chairman, and will be inaugu rated to this post at the Israel Independence Day Dinner. In taking over the helm ol the Women's Division, Mrs Meyers returns to a position in which she distinguished herseli In not;57. Widely known as the "dean o| women lawyers" in the South. Mrs. Meyers has won distinction in her profes-ion and recognition, esteem and many honors for her contributions to civic and humanitarian efforts in the com munity. <£ Mrs Meyers was the first Miami woman to be awarded the coveted Woman of Valor Award, presented "for extraordinary service to Israel through the Is rael Bond Organization." Among her many other honors, she was hawon the Outstanding Citizen of Dade County Award and the Award at the National Conference of Christians and Jew s Mrs. Meyers was the organizer and first president of the Florida's Women's Lawyers Association. She was vice pre-ulent representing the United States in the National Association of Women Lawyers. She is a me mix T of the Dade County School Board and a former vice chairman of the School Board. I LEONARD KOaEN ANNA BRENNER MEYERS SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR OCCASION Pioneer Bond Investors Will Receive Certificates Pioneer investors of Israel's economic development will be honored at the Israel Independence Day Dinner on Sunday. Apr. 28, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The event will not only mark the celebration of Israel's 15th year of independence, but the redemption of the first Israel Bonds issued in 1951. which mature beginning May l of this year. I Highest Israel Honor Will Go to Friedland L The highest award which the State of Israel can bestow to a non-Israeli will be presented to Samuel Friedland. world-renown ed leader on behalf of Israel and for the past two years chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Israel's Distinguished Service Medallion, hitherto presented to only a handful of men in the warld, will be presented to Friedland at the Israel Independence Day Dinner on Sunday. Apr. 28. in recognition of his extraordinary service to Israel. In making the award to Friedland, Israel is honoring a man who has distinguished himself for his pioneering efforts on behalf of Israel's development from the first days of its birth, both through the Israel Bond effort, philanthropies, and as a pioneer private investor, "thus demonstrating his faith in that young country' and inspiring thousands of others to follow his leadership." Under his chairmanship of the Israel Bond Organization, Greater Miami achieved international recognition as the leading Israel Bond city in the world on a per capital basis. Coming to Miami to make the presentation on behalf of the State of Israel will be the Hon. Adin Talbar, of the Israeli Embassy in Washington. Friedland is nationally noted as one of the most important financial figures in America, as well as for his untiring civic, philanthropic, religious and educational efforts. A founder of Temple EmanuEl, he served as its president for more than ten years and is today chairman of its board of trus tees. Among his many interests are Mt. Sinai Hospital. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, United Fund, the Jewish Theological Seminary, and the Jewish Home for the Aged, with the State of [ %  Ml as his deepest interest Specially designed Founder-Investor Certificates will be preseated to those who purchased > ^ Israel Bonds in 1951 and weir among the first members ol the community to respond to the 1 rael Bond drive 12 yearthus demonstrating their faith and conlidence in the people el Israel in the early years of their struggle to achieve economic-'' stability. Outgoing Israel Bond Chairman Samuel Friedland pointed out that "faith is being vindicated with the payment of principal and interest to all those holding Israel Independence issue Saving! Bonds since 1951. I should like to urge each of the 19 51 Bondholders receiving their original principal and interest to reinvest in Israel Bonds in l!*'! to enable Israel to carry out the great development porgram that was so auspiciously begun in the first year of the Israel Bond pro gram. This will be an inspiring reaffirmation of faith for the entire community and for everyone interested in the welfare of Israel." 3M



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A* Hage 12-B ^JewistiftorXfibr Friday. April 26. 196^ *i air ^Mitzvah the Robert Rose Ronald Revii i trie Toines Alan Sherman Steven Shantiis Randolph Malcolm Michael Moses Saturday morning services, Apr. 27, at Temple Ner Tamid will inElude the Bar Mitzvah of Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Moses, 8311 Hawthorne Ave. Rab: f)i Eugene Labovitz will officiate. Michael is a student at Nautilus Junior High and in the Temples •Jcligious School. A reception in his honor will follow the ceremony. ft Lane Swiren Rabbi Mordecai Podet will ofitiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Lane Bruce Swiren during services at Temple Judea on Saturday morn Apr. 27. Bruce is a seventh grade stue'ent at Ponce Junior High, and is interested in electronics. Mr. and~ Mrs. Alfred Swiren, 4!05 GrauaJa Blvd.. Coral Gables, will host the Kiddush following the ceremony in their son's hon01. Nathan Lichter Temple* Zion will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Nathan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lichter. and "randson of Mr. and Mrs. W. Drasnin and Joseph Lichter. Rabbi Alfred W/xman will officiate at I lie ceremony to be held on Saturday morning, Apr. 27. An eihth grade student at West Miami Junior High,' Nathan plans The LEAR SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN through 12lh GRADE Accredited By Florida State Depcrl.-.cn! c! Education SMALL CLASS GROUPS ENRICHF.J ELEMENTARY PROGRAM COLLEGE PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL L EAR SCHOOL SUMMER DAY CAMP COMPLETE AWLETiC and WATER SPORTS PROGRAM FOR BOYS and GIRLS AGES 4 to 15 June 20 Through August 14 • REGISTRATION OPEN 1963-64 SCHOOL YEAR and SUMMER DAY CAMP TRANSPORTATION Greater Miami Area 1010 WEST AVENUE MIAMI BEACH JE 1-0606 Com* OB IN... T he Water's Fine At V MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP 1SM1 MSCAYNI lOULEVAKD MIAMI 31, HA. 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Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sherman, Alan is a student at North Miami Junior High and active in sports. He will be honored at a reception in his home at 271 NE 168th Ter., on Sunday afternoon. • Ronald Revirz Bar Mitzvah of Ronald Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Revitz, will be observed on Saturday morning, Apr. 27, at Temple Beth Am during services conducted by Rab bi Herbert Baumgard. Ronald is a seventh grade student at Palmetto Junior, and his hobby is raising chickens. He will be honored at a dinner on Saturday evening. • • • Eric Taines Dr. Irving Lehrman will Officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Taines, on Saturday morning, Apr. 27, at Temple Emanu-El. A seventh grade student at McNicol Junior High in Hallandale, Eric's in-school interests are Spanish, baseball and tennis. His outside recreations include music and fishing. A reception at the home of the Bar Mitzvah on Saturday evening will be hosted by his parents. Randolph Malcolm Randolph Malcolm will be Bar Mitzvah during services at Temple Menorah conducted by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz on Saturday morning. Apr. 27. The celebrant is a student of the Temple's Religious School and attends Nautilus Junior High, where he plays saxophone in the concert band. Mr. and Mrs. William Malcolm will honor the Bar Mitzvah at a cocktail party from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday in their home at 1745 Cleveland Rd.. to be followed by a dinner party for his friends. • •* Steven Shanzis Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Shantzis. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Apr. 27. during services at Beth Torah Congregation conducted by Rabbi Max Lipschitz. A seventh grade honor student at North Miami Beach Junior High, Steven plays clarinet in the band and is a member of the Au dio-Visual and Science Clubs. He is vice president of the student congregation at Beth Torah and active in the Tallis and Tefillin Club and the Torah reading group. An outstanding chess player, the celebrant also studies piano and has represented the North Miami Beach Swim Team in backstroke. Interested in science and mathematics, the Bar Mitzvah is planning a career in astro-physics. Ship Your Car Home Iff NO EXTRAS • NO PASSENGERS • DOOR TO DOOR • MBR. CH. of COMM DEPENDABLE CAR TRAVEL 127 Lincoln Road JE 8-2688 AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Year 'Round Cold Coast Coverage Covert Your Selling Area Wl 5-1602 Democratic Club To Hear Judge Democratic Club of Miami Beach will meet Wednesday evening, May 1. at the Sea Isle Hotel. Guests will be Judge Charles Solomon, of Brooklyn. N.Y., who will speak on "Justice in the Court;" and Max Friedson. regional vice president. Florida State Council for Senior Citizens, uho will discuss "The Needs of Senior Citizens." A question an'd answer period will follow. Two sound films in color, "Japan" and "Romance, in Israel.' will be shown, and a trip to Bimini will be given away. 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Friday. April 26, 1963 vJewisii ftcrid/iajn Paqe 9-A %  > %  JEWISH MORALISTS Bcrakot. 63. j n the fUff wktTf there il a lr.idVr. •''' u)f s "t '" become d ler. Bcrakot, 63. (n (/;<• place U'here [here is mi • strive io hecome a leader. • Menabot, '09. Before I MM* ejected t<> head the : / would have thrown to the lionj anyone u-ho icould hair tug' I to me io become a candidate. mj election, 1 would throw i:, water on anyone who would 5 ii t?:ut i resign. • Arakin. I 7. leration, lu\c leadei • • Taamit, 24. di can the great on do ij %  ii dtn n .. Sn OL nQeatm Of J& laim s r^eligious till reminisce fondly about the physical efforts many of them, < specially Herbert Gelernter and Sam Schulefand, expended in this < nterprise, pouring concrete and laying block. Since August, 1960, Hie Temple's spiritual leader has In en Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Temple Judea is a Reform congregation affiliated with the Union "I American Hebrew Congregations. Rabbi Podet is active in Central Conference of American Rabbis, the national organization |ol reform rabbis. The Temple provides its 300 [families with a full range of congregational services: religious services, a ten-year weekend school program culminating in confirmation, a five-year midweek Hebrew program, adult education courses, fan active Sisterhood, Men's Club, Cotillion, Scouting for boys and cirls, a Temple Youth Group afiliated with the National Federation of Temple Youth, special relijiou.8, social and cultural events. The present officers of the TemMe include Mi. Herbert Gelernter, president; Mrs. Frank Toback, istcrhood president; Abelt JacobInn, Men's Club president. By RABBI MORDECAI PODET Temple Judea With appropriate fanfare a new institution is being introduced to American Jewry. The New York Board of Rabbis has almost completed negotiations with the New York Port Authority and Idlewild Airport regarding a plan to build and operate a synagogue at the airport. The synagogue, intended for the use of travelers, is expected to be in operation by 1964. It will serve those who, because of flight delays or inconvenient schedules, find themselves at the airport at times when they would normally be at worship. Passengers en route Sabbaths or holidays will be accommodated there. And perhaps a sort of "airport religion" akin to "foxhole religion" may had some passengers ho would not normally seek a synagogue to stop in for a quick prayer before s e r vi c c 5 v I -a HUUKT GtLlHNTlH %  Temple Judea president By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is it that the Cantor changes his location in the midst of the Friday eve service by moving from center "Bimah" to the front rostrom (Amud?) This is generally explained as a ; demonstration of the fact that the first part of the Friday evening service in the synagogue was not an integral part of the divine service for the evening; but only a kind of festive inauguration of the Sabbath. Thus its component parts (the six Psalms, followed by i the "L'Choh Dodi* poem, and then Psalm 92) arc not chanted by the cantor from the same place at which the cantor regularly stands • for the regular services. There are some who claim that the movement of change on the ; part of the Cantor from the central altar to the front rostrum is an indication that he originally moved back to welcome the Sabbath as a desired guest and then accompanied the Sabbath forth to the front of the synagogue. It is also claimed that the advent oi the Sabbath brings us that much closer to the holiest part of the synagogue—i.e., the holy ark— which is at its forefront. We thus I reach our holiest position in life with the coming of the Sabbath. i • Why are two prayers which begin with the words "Y-Kum Purkan" (May the Salvation) recited aftter the Torah reading on the Sabbath morning sen, vice? Basically, the order follows a certain logical pattern. The reading of the Torah on the Sabbath was introduced so as to give the congregation an opportunity for study. The first and main body of text is that of the Pentateuch. This contains the basic laws, and i teachings of our faith. This is ; then followed by the reading from the prophetic literature—giving I the second aim of the Torah read! ing—i.e., to implant in us the faith that those prophetic visions seen Thii page is prepared in I cooperation with die Spiritual Leaders of [lie Greater Miami Rabbinical A>i. .'.Mil. I MAN A L1PSCH1TZ Coordinator Contributor: RABHI sol OMON SCHIFP Gent of Wisdom %  m in', i 4u, .UM 'i i" i i' n"i^a GEMS OF WISDOM Mtuic i a universal language, md need not be translated. W'uli it. soul Sfta\s la soul. MJRBACH. Musti • %  ,'.•. Whel ed b> .. child in :: stammering, or 'iv a crude he son m crude speech, or '• % %  the cultivated m ardent, witty .,).. Heai i %  •> to thew loin equal lov •• id etui w to each .. .i lexi the IKS. HO I Its I • T u hole w< Id u nothing more (ban a m| .. id i .i..u mg hefore ilii I i. %  0 le W< ised be He. /::,.. j, H • 'be/on Him in,; etl Torah ; %  > a musical note. HER;. %  %  : % %  > i i. n. ...:-...a. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Pilday 8:43 p.m, Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The Way to Godliness." 1:30 p.m. Yiddish lecture: "Kthlcs oi the Father*." BETH OAViO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. L'Pson. I rlday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 9 • %  m Services both day* conducted by I iiis (I Syimgogut V i uli. — ... BETH EL, 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Sen." Pi Ida' 8 "" o.lii H i .'., \ s :•! M HI. s n: "I ( %  if I p. nil. in Mine)) • • BETH EMETH. Kr.O NW Cnd % %  Jt Conservative R.ihiu Simon April Cantor H/irtpn F r 1 .1 \ s ". "II inii. |icnd< %  i.i s BETH ISRAEL. JoO Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman. — • — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Oithodox. R.ihbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice M.imches. l-'i iiln;. 6:30 j -. %  i,. Saturday '• n.m. >. rmol IHi. i •• ,i Limit to the i: ghtd ol I n. I 'l. i :;v EETH KODESH "1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. 1 i lIllV > |fi II III s. ilium. An K\ il Tonnue. 1:80 p.m. 'Kiliii s ..I ..inI .uli. i %  '.II |l in siuiii.us Seudofl nermon: "Do No! Sepni .iii> ounti If." • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. Krlduj 8:30 |i.m. Saturdaj 9 ft.m. — • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • — BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip. schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. i I'liiiny s::i p.m. Sermon: "Maturity iiVdjuxtment to Change." Pus Mlts' \nh: Sharon, daughUT of Dr. and '.Mis .link Wolfe. Saturday 8:48 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Mark, on "f Mr. and MiStanley Gintla; Stephen, Bon "f Mr. and Mi-i :.iii iii Shantsia, • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday s:::o (,.m. Sermon: "laraell In Dependence towards Interpendenee." I'HS Mltavah: Konna, daughter "f Mr. niui Mis. Ueorgi Stahl. Saturdaj 8:45 HIM by the prophets will sonicday tome true. Following this prayer, Y-kum Turkan, is recited asking the divine blessing on all the teachers and scholars of the Torah—i.e., those who have developed and promulgated the next step in Jewish learning—the Talmud and its interpretation. Since, when seeking Divine blessings, Jewish tradition insists that they he sought for all so as to promote universal good and not just the welfare of some, a second pn.ycr (Y-kum Purkey— May the Salvation) is recited seek ing blessings for all the people of Israel. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. I rlday s:l3 p.m. Sermon; "Securing i-r.i. I'M II'II-. ." %  Saturd ay 8:10 :i m. Sermon: "I'ort-lon of the week." Bar Mltavah: Stephen, aon "f Mr, and .MiHai ry r.m-liU iu. • %  FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday •':!"• p.m. Sermon: "Portion .,1 ihe Week." Saturday 8:30 a.m. Min.Iin 8:43 pin. —— • —— ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conse-vative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Krlday •' % %  %  '* %  p.m. Saturdaj 8:45 a.m. — • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander &. | Gross. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. R.ibbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. I-: Idaj %  %  Jo p.m. Saturdaj K .'." Sermon: "In Honor 'if larael'a Inde. n.I. in — • %  MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Tradition.il. — • DHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Webernian. • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th tt. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. I ridaj s :n p.m. Sermon: "larai l 13." Service* conducted bj iii-i grade Hebrew Scl l atudent*. tmeg Shabbal in-sis: Parenta "f the stuSaturdaj 9 a.m. Student* of advanced Hebre w111 paitlclpate In -. r\ i. • TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi Morris Berger. I* riilay 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "A Se I.. Israel." Saturday : %  a.m. Mincha I i '. :•• p, in. • —— TEMPLE BETH AM. 5050 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. i*ii.i.i> R 80 p.m. Sermon: "Portion Hi.Week." Oueal itpeaker. Bar-1 nard Wekalor, chairman, Beth Am committee mi community affa Topb rinRighl to Work vs. C*omptilaorj I'nlonlam." Saturday 11:15 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Ronald, eon "f Mr. unit Mr1'hll Uivila. %  • TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Friday 8:15 p.m. \*,-w nfii.-.-i-s gnd inisi.,will be iii5-iall.il. Saturdaj ii a.m. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstiuctionist. Rabbi Morris BkOD. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM o* -oil>wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservativs Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Cantor Ernest Steiner. Friday s:S0 p.m. Junior etioil! iireaenl a ci ta In honor -i uf larael's I5tti birthday. %  %  I In Cantoi Steiner, narration by •-. ,. M< ndelow iiz. — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Ciass ave. Libeial. Rabbi Leon Kron. C.mtcr Dnvid Convlser. i 5 i.n Sermon i "..On %  • I Mm • r i T Ii I: i r:!. %  I ., 10:45 i V.ltxvah: Si %  • ---ii ol Ml •' Mi -. S rtln K • TFMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. <€SCC NW 22 ave. Conservative. Raooi S. "•-' -ha:• bat huMted %  i Mr. and Mri Lou itoblen In honor i f hie *8rd bin tide ,'taturdaj N ;-, a.m. Bai Mlti -al : Michael, mm of Mr. and Mrs. Mir ray Mos. t. — • TEMPLE SIVAI OF NORTH M AV 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy Frldaj 8:15 Sei mon in Ami can History-" Elsjhl Htudenta of I Hi Ti mple'n "•• I EWI School ill conduct a proan ^l:. %  iii in A in i 'an history. 8aro-dS in Bar MJtavah: Mark, son t Mr, I alui Mrs. N"ian Berman. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rafcti Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lt'ne-. Klein. Frldaj • '" %  hoal %  Mis. HJ man iIroaa •%  l :i a.m. • TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamo-a ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Be. Dickson. Friday 8:is p m. Sermon: %  \ innGift." Saturday vL'. a Si ti on: "C'lea neaa and Its Mi to the %  !••" TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th *. Conservative Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Fi Idaj • Id %  Sern on "TI %  ..I Hollnem and Cleanliness." t daj 8:3(1 a.m Itar Mltavah: v .:!:., S..II .,r Mr. an I Mrs. [ra Lid • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Olantz. Fi iilay v:t'> p "i Sei mon: Blous Natloi s Shabbal %  < %  s -i. rl 'i i ds v "8 a.m ..ii portl %  the Wi • \ dush boat: Mr, and Mrs Harrv iu--enbent, In honor .f Rrandson, :..ir w ii..-.r. ir M -. .ih was held Si Juan, iv K. %  '• %  branl is .-. n II and Mr-. >;i i. Roaenborff;. a VEHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Mtrtoi Shaiowitz. Cantor Maurice Veu. • YOUNG ISRAEL. 9


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Page 8-B > Jmisfi tkrkiiain Friday, April 26. 1963 JRIXIt WOMAN OF THE WEEK Tnxie 'Mrs. Rubin) Levin is a frustrated actress. In the back of her mind, there lurks the ieeling that if her parents had let her keep her audiance with Eva LeGalliene. she would be acting on Broadway instead of writing on Meridian Ave. From the time she was six years old. playing the part of Pandora. Trixie has been opening the Pandora's Box of entertainment for every audience by the clever shows that she writes and directs. Her flair for writing was developed early Born in Baltimore. Md.. she spent her childhood and early married life in Brooklyn. Majoring in journalism in high school, she was always the one to write the school plays, as well as act ir them. At NYU. she took every writing course offered. As a comparison shopper for Macy's. she was always sent to cover each new department as it was opened. She not only told Gimbel s. but everyone else, in her very detailed written reports. She met her future husband, Ruby, on a blind date when she was 16. They went together on and off until they became engaged and married. Trixie wrote for just about every' PTA and Hadassah group in Brooklyn. Coming to Miami Beach 12 years ago, she joined Temple Beth Sholom. At her first Sisterhood meeting, she volunteered to put on a bazaar skit Skeptically, she was accepted. No skepticism in what Trixe has done or can do has ever been neard since. So Tnxie was launched in Miami on a porfessional career that has been a huge success ever since. Presently, she is official drama instructor at Temple Emanu-El for children and' teen-agers. But she always has time for her own Sisterhood and PTA. as well as for numerous other shows. Right now. she is doing a skit for the annual dinner meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on May 26. Trixie reads avidly the books for all of the shows on Broadway. Whenever she writes a show with an underlying theme, she spends hours in research. When she is writing her lyrics, in order to see if they ring true, she works in front of a mirror. If it looks halfway good and feels right, Trixie says that it will "look" wonderful on someone else, as well. Although her grandfather was a cantor she didn't inherit his voice. Since Trixie doesn't drive, her husband found that as long as he has to do the chauffenng, he might just as well be in the current show. Don't let him fool you—he loves it. Trixie's older daughter, Lenore. is now Mrs. Edward Kaplan, and the mother of three children. Her younger daughter, Olivia, is following right in Trixie's footsteps—she can sing the score of all the Broadway shows. Trixie is so busy that she doesn't get the time to play with her grandchildren as much as would like. One day, one of them popped in and said, "Olivia's mummy, where's Olivia?" The ~hew must go on. • COMPANY IN TOWN Anita and Joseph Bernstein's daughter, Marlene, her husband, Jack Cohen, and their three children are here from Vancouver, B.C. The first Seder night, they all spent with Jack's mother. Mrs. Cecil Moses. The second night, the Bernsteins hosted at the Famous Restaurant. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bramson and their children and Mrs. Ann Segal Lenore Kleiman and Mona and Sam Soloway were so excited that their grandchild, Scott, and his parents, Judy and Elliott Kleiman, came in from Orlando in order to celebrate Scott's second birthday together. Edith and Jack Lynn were there to see Scott sing "Happy Birthday" to himself. He also stuck his fi.-t riqht in the middle ot the birthday cake with the carousel on top. • • • MORE COMPANY Hazel (Mrs. irvinm Cypen has visitors. Her sister. Anne, and husband, Sam Katz, are here from Los Angeles They re busy riding around getting the sun. Water for swimming they have in California, but the glorious Florida sun is a rare treat Juliet Oshlag Lieber is visiting her daughter, Dorothy (Mrs. Philip) Weinstein Jr., and all the little Weinstein mepnets in Hollywood. Fla. She never has to ask "What's new?" when she arrives. She knows. She receives The Jewish Floridian in Phoenix. Ariz. Her husband. Dr. Hy Lieber, joined her the end of the week. • • THEY MADE A HIT The famous chocolate sodas that Leo Robinson makes at the soda' fountain in his Florida room enticed many dieters away from counting calories. It was at the cocktail party that Elsie and Leo host every year for the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee. The rain stopped long enough for Seymour Samet, Audrey (Mrs. j Charles i Finkelstein and David Fleeman to make speeches. Among guests were Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beber, Sandra and Julian Burg, Sue i Berkowitz (Anne is in New York), Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dubbin, Dr. and Mrs. George Graham, Mr. and Mrs. ] Irvin Korach, Mrs. Lillian Frumkes, and Herman Binder. Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Forman were talking to Ory Mazar, the Israel publisher.! Nola and Leo Eisenstein, Eleanor and Jay Cristol. and Ad. and Mrs. H. R. Sobel all were having a grand time. HERE TODAY GONE TOMORROW Esther Grossberg left her husband, Fred, at home in Houston, Tex., taking care of their two boys while she flitted up here for three days to say "hello" to her mother and dad, Mae and Louis Rosenstein. Wednesday was Open House at tthe Rosensteins. Helping to welcome Esther's friends was fier grandmother, Mrs. Max Kazer. Chatting in a corner were Sally (Mrs. Sol) Hirsch. Rita (Mrs. Harold) Stone, Sis (Mrs. Arthur) Williams, Red (Mrs. Samuel) Ellinoff and Gale (Mrs. Samuel) Berlin. Having coffee were Mrs. Ceil Schwartz and Mrs. Sam Goldsmith. Plotkin, Fishman United in Vows At Fontasnebleau The former Susan Rita Fishman and Martin Saul Plotkin were united in marriage on Saturday evening. Apr. 20. at the Fontainebleau Hotel, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. The bride's attendants were Gale Burt. maid of honor. Sharon Bailes. Marilyn Braunstein. Barbara Spector and Roberta Sandier. Be-t man was Al Herskowitz. with Fred Berny. Reggie Freedman, Vic Fishman and Steve Plotkin. groomsmen. Daughter of Mr. ard Mrs. Max Fishman, the new Mrs. Plotkin is a graduate of Miami High. She is now majoring in zoology at the University of Miami, and doing research at Variety Children's Hospital, where she is a scrub technician and operating nurse. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mr*. Bernard Plotkin, is a graduate of Miami Senior High and earned a BS in engineering from the University of Miami. He served as master counselor of the SW Chapter. DeMolay. is a member of Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity, and is currently employed by the Westinghouse Co. in Baltimore, Md.. where he and his bride will make their home. Following the wedding ceremony, a reception was held in the hotel, which also honored the : B I R T H D A Z E Son, Howard Allan, was lorn on Apr. 10 to the former Roberta I Ko-cnhloom and Leonard Bendell 8600 SW 87th Ave Grai are Mr. and Mrs. George '(nbloom, of Merion. Pa. *mi Mr. and Mrs. David Bendell. Miami. (.reat grandmother iM Kale Sandow, Miami. ngton MKS. MAP.TIN PLOTKIN bride's brother. Morris Steinberg Fishman. whose Bar Mitzvah had been observed at Beth David in the morning. Attending the celebration were both grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe H. Steinberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jacobowitz Michele Whitney Sweet Sixteen Mr. and Mrs. George Whitney will host a luncheon on Sunday in honor of the sixteenth birthday of their daughter Michele. The sweet 16 teen-ager and 30 friends and relatives will gather in the Flamenco Room of the Barcelona for the festivities. Amond out-of-town guests here for the occasion will be Mr. and Mrs. Georae (Margaret Newman) i Stearn. of New York City, and Mr and Mrs. Louis Carr, of Houston. 1 Tex. Bernstein, Baron Exchange Vows The former Belie Shar i ond Louis M. Bern.-:ein were mar ml in Friday, Apr. 19, at the ; of the bride's parents, Mrs. Samuel Baron. 2191 I: Rd. Rabbi Sar.ford Seltzer performed the early afternoon ceremony, \> Inch was followed by a tatniK dinner at Chandler's Re la ill and later in the evening. %  teci lion at the home of .Mr. .• i M Baron. For her wedding, the br. chose a scooped neck cmpi'>Ero of peau de soie and a pearl-cro cd illusion veil. Mrs. Ronald I. Baron was her only attei. A Miami attormv. the new Mrs. Bernstein is a graduate ot Miami Reach High and the University Miami Law School. She is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sornr ity. Wig and Robe Honor Socii and a Dean's Li-t Student She served as vice president of Bar and Gavel, secretary of tie Student Bar Assn.. and *on a K Beta Pi scholarship award. Now working toward hi;. Mater's degree in social service ;i" Florida State University, the bridegroom is a j.r;duate of Miami Beach High and earned i BBA degree in marketin. it the I niversity of Mi. Son of Mrs. Doretny E-n and the late Alfred '-'Bernstein, formerly of Memph.Tei.n., hiv brother. Alfred Bernstein, ierved as best man. MISS MICHlll WH/TWEY Cardiac Hospital Dance Miami Chapter. National Children's Cardiac Hospital, will hold a fund-rising dinner dance on Sunday. 5 p.m.. in the Electrician's Union Hall, 1657 NW 17th Ave. Chairman are Mrs. Leah Friedson and Mrs. Hilda Bendell. 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Friday. April 26, 1963 *knistfkrici^jn Paae 5-C Miami Federation Marks Israel's 15th Year .• II |. I' 1 •• Community Has Given Some $12 Million to UJA Since First Drive Here in 1938 Thi Greater Miami Jewish HI has been this communit) leading philanthropic organization and leading supportrr of ttM State o! Israel for 25 years Raising over $24,000,000 in ;, (j iarter ot a century, Fed1 :..i. % %  • has given 'ho L'nitcd Jewish Appeal and other Israeli organizations in that time some $12.000.000 for pornrams of Immigration, absorption, rescue and lation. W: • 1 Federation was organized lo 1938. Greater Miami had a Jewish population of some 20,000. The first campaign in 1939. of which Baron de Hirsch Meyer served as chairman and Stanley SAMUEL FKIfcDLAND Campaign Co-Chairman EKNcST JANIS Campaign Co-Chairman c. Myers as first Federation president, aided displaced pm softs among its many programs and contributed $25,000 from the local community to the UJA and its affiliated agencies. By 1945, a Federation population survey showed 30.000 Jew ish residents in Dade County, and in 1954 Miami took part in the first big CJA campaign to save refugees and opened its heart to the remnants of European Jewry. The adjustment of immigrants to the State ot Israel required and continues to require many faceted programs the bulk of which are financed by Federation and others throughout the country. Year of Independence In 1948, under the leadership of Joseph R. Stein, the Federation raised $1,485,000 in honor of the year of Israel's independence, and provided over $1,100.000 to help in the rebirth of the Jewish homeland. This extra ordinary amount subscribed by the Greater Miami community played a vital role in the transportation and absorption of men. women and children who had suffered persecution during World War II and was a strong tribute to Israel's independence. In 1957, under the chairmanship of John Serbin, the local community raised $1,768,000. the highest CJA total to that date, and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation received a special UJA award "for its outstanding support of Israel and in recognition of one of the most outstanding community conducted campaigns in the nation." The lamest amount ever raised by th" Federation was in 1959. under the chairmanship of Jack Carncr. when almost S700,000 was made available to UJA for the rescue and resettlement of immigrants from Rumania and other countries and for the continued growth of the State of Israel. Knowing the problems faced by Israel due to the Rumanian immigration and the tense world situation, the Greater Miami community between 1956-1959 raised emergency funds for IsCLOSE PARTNERSHIP # Local Leaders Have Been Long identified With Building Israel i The Greater Miami community, the Greater Miami Jewish Kederation and the State of Israel have enjoyed a close partnership due to the efforts of many leading members of the community who have been in the forefront of activity since the days of Palestine and continuing with Israel's independence. In IMS, the first mission to Israel was undertaken by Rabbi Irving Lehrman with the late Mrs Monte Selig arid Max Orovitt, Washington. D.C., communal leaders Abe S. Kay and Owner, who made their home in Florida, were highly prominent in Israel development and United Jewish Appeal activ"J the early I950's. Joseph M. Lipton. 1961 CJA campaign chairman, who is currently serving as Miami chair, man of the 25th anniversary cele'bration of the UJA, took part in an historic mission in 1958. Daniel Neal Heller and Kenneth Myers were among the young leaders of the community who vi>itcd Israel as members of the Young Leadership Mission in 1961. Many prominent leaders of the Combined Jewish Appeal in the Greater Miami community have extremely close ties with the State of Israel and have held high positions with the UJA nationally "in recognition of their leadership and devotion." including Samuel Friedland. Dan B. Ruskin, Jacob Sher. and Sam J. Heiman, all of whom have served as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. SIDNEY LEFCOURT President JOSEPH LIPTON Anniversary Chairman rael and UJA totalling over $1.000.000, in addition to the regular campaign. Today, in 1963. as Israel celebrates its 15th anniversary, the Greater Miami community continues to grow in population, and has an estimated Jewish population of 80.000 to 100.000. the Greater Miami community pays tribute to Israel's anniversary through Federation and the UJA. both of which are simultaneously celebrating their 25th anniversaries. Obligations Abroad In this commemorative year. Samuel Friedland and Ernest Jams are serving as co-chairmen for the campaign; Sidney Lefcourt is president of Federation; and Joseph M. Lipton, past CJA general chairman, is the Greater Miami community chairman for the 25th anniversary celebration of the UJA. Today, the State of Israel is receiving the largest number of immigrants from Moslem countries and North Africa in a mass migration of Jewry that has not been seen since World War II. The Greater Miami Community's and Federation's role in saving lives must continue in every way so that the 15th Anniversary of the State of Israel will be commemorated by allowing distressed Jews from every part of the world to start a new life in Israel. Co-chairmen Ernest Janis and Samuel Friedland said that the spirit shown by the community in the saving of millions of lives by serving in the vanguard in support of the State of Israel must be fully upheld to make this anniversary year a meaningful one for the people of Israel. "Not only must our interest in Israel continue unabated, but we must be fully aware that we cannot fulfill our local obligations and hope to receive increased support for our agencies in the community without also fulfilling our commitment to meet the vast migration to the State of Israel and the people who are resettled and begin a new life every day of the year." they said. 25th Anniversary Coincides With Federation Formation Quarter of a Century Ago FEDERATION'S PAST ACHIEVEMENTS PAGE IOC The 25th anniversary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation coincides with the 25'.h anniversary of the United Jewish Appeal, a most fitting occasion, because of the partner-hip of these two organizations through the Combined Jewish Appeal all dedicated to the rebirth of Israel and in the resettlement of millions of families who fled reigns of terror and lands of oppression. The role of the Federation as the central arm of the Greater Miami Jewish community, has been a prime mover setting in to motion great programs of rescue, Aliyah. absorption, housing and agricultural settlement in Israel, not only since Independence Day in 1948. but from the inception of Federation and UJA in 1939. The land of Israel is unique, not only because it has opened its doors to Jewish men. women and children from every part of the world, but because it placed no limitations as to the health, well-being ard financial status of those who sought refuge at its shores. No other country except Israel has ottered refuge to so vast a number of people with the only requirement being their desire to live in the young democracy. Miami's Contribution The Greater Miam 1 .iwih Federation in 25 years has con tributed over $11,000,000 to the UJA and to Israel, and In addition over $550,000 to organizations in Israel which were not within the framework of the UJA. "Only our Greater Miami Jewish Federation and similar Federations and Welfare Funds throughout the country and Canada could have helped the UJA assist 3.000,000 men, women and children in a quarter of a cer.iury and resettle a minimum of 1.200,000 of these people in the land of Israel," declared Sidney Lefcourt. president of Federation. "No other voluntary effort in the Miami Jewish community or in the United States has saved as many lives or has done so much for the welfare of the expanding populace of Israel as our Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami." Israel's open door policy has been largely made possible through great sums of money contributed by CJA's here and elsewhere to bring people to Israel from the concentration camps in 1946. from Rumania in 1957. and today from Algeria. North Africa and Moslem countries in the greatest migration since World War II. What Happens in Israel? What happens to a displaced person after he reaches the land of Israel'' If he is ill or if he is aged, the JDC "Malben program." which is supported through CJA. takes care of these people who are not able to care for themselves. The JDC also arranges for food, clothing, housing, and even job retraining, so that the newcomer to Israel can really begin life anew. As world tensions continue. Continued on Page 11-C Jeep tours through Israel's Negev desert take the hearty traveler ever colorful terrain once carved by history. Miami CIA is helping build this terrain toward a brighter future.



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Friday. A6ril 26, 1963 *. lew <#/ Fk)rSrifar> Page 9-B kirt featured godet type pleats which began low at the hip line and created an unusual skirt silhouette. A touch of chitfon on I he bodice was draped into a scooped neckline. Mrs. Samuel Penchansky wore a French gold peau de soie sheath which was asymetrically draped over one hip. Her fitted oodice of alencon lace was in a matching color. A light golden brown floral print on a background of white was worn by Mrs. Leo Drutz. Her silk Jersey sheath featured a draped bodice. Mrs. Rose L. Brown's sheath was in a golden beige shade of imported Bavarian lace. Red and orange florals on black silk was Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum's choice for the dance. White silk was selected by Mrs. Alfred Rubenstein, with oversize pointed diagonals at the V neckline. Emerald green banded in charcoal called attention to her unusual neckline. Worthy of fashion note was her handmade white sweater, which featured hand-embroidered white flowers accented with silver cavier beads. Mrs. William Brown chose a peacock blue silk chiffon sheath with a draped, blouson bodice. Her alencon lace jacket was in blue and gold. Midnight blue and navy combined in the abstract print worn by Mrs. Louis Cohen. Indscent sequins were scattered over her scooped neck sheath, and topping the dress was a black sequined sweater trimmed in black mink. pp the skirt, and her neckline was squared. Black chiffon sheath with an illusion neckline was the choice of Mrs. Leo Steinberg. A Grecian draped pannier went over one shoulder almost to the hemline. Mrs. Harold Jaffer's red chiffon followed the classic lines of the draped bodice and full skirt, and was topped with a red and black brocade waist-length jacket. Mrs. Alfred II. Mamlet, pres-, ident of the Women's Division, chose a silk print of blue and green florals on white. Clusters of irridescent sequins highlighted the print, and her skirt was the modified bell silhouette. Executive director of the Women's Division, Mrs. M. H. Earl, wore a short formal of chantilly lace in frosted apricot. The offthe-shoulder neckline was banded with a ruffle, and the fullness in her skirt was created with an overskirt over a paneled sheath front. An imported cotton print of royal blue and black was worn by Mrs. Henry Kamen. Black velvet banded her bodice, and her bias-cut skirt was full. Mrs. Harold Kramer's choice was a black silk cocktail suit with a white blouse of imported lace. Black chiffon in a sheath wuh a decollete V neckline, both front and back, was won by Mrs, Kleanore Hoseiisti-in. A white wool jersey ensemble was the choice of Mrs. Albert E. Becker Her sheath dress had a matching chanel-styled jacket with a white mink collar. • LJRS. Jeanr.ettc Sterns black %  silk featured asymetrica draping on the skirt and black chantilly lace inserted in the titted bodice. Blue and green blended into a modernistic print on the silk sheath worn by Mrs. Russell Weiner. A raffled flounce cascaded from the waist to the hem. Mrs Henry Hersch wore a stunning gold peau de soie sheath. The wide band at the neckline was of hand-sewn gold bugle beads, and gold cavier beads were embroidered into floral clusters all over the dress. Black chiffon was the choice of Mrs. Mary Silep Cohen. Her gown had a slashed bateau neckline and full skirt, and was topped with a sweater hand-embroidered in white iridescent sequins. Mrs. Albert Zuckerman wore a gold and white print with a front-laticed bodice. The laticing was repeated on the large pockets of her skirt. The chiffon gown worn by Mrs. H. H. Grossman was in a frosted orange sherbert color. A swirl drape down the side of the sheath skirt and across the front was detailed in matching colored floral appliques. The evening coat was purchased many years ago in China, and is in fact an antique wedding coat. MRS. JOHANNA BEHJAMIN Metro Appoints Soss'm Michael Sossin, secretary of the Florida State Council of Senior Citizens, has been appointed as a, member of the Metropolitan Dade County Senior Citizens Advisory Board. He is the only Miami Beach resident named to the board. Mrs. Benjamin Heads Senior Unit Mrs. Johanna Benjamin, recentJy-elected president of the Golden Fncin! hip Club of the Miami "Beach Y.M1IA, started her carter as a social worker at the Henry Street Settlement and Hebrew DayNursery in New York City. Later, she graduated from St. Mark's Hospital, did graduate work at BeUevue Hospital, and during World War II, was a civilian nurse on an army transport as a civilian stewardess with the U.S. Naval Sea Transport. She also assisted in what v as probably the first Seder held at Sea for military personnel, with supplies sent in by the National Jewish Welfare Board. She has spent' 11 summers as a nurse in Jewish Community Center camps. Born on the Lower East Side ot Now York City. Mrs. Benjamin has two children and five grandchildren. When she retired, she came to Miami and immediately joined the Jewish Community Center. One of her first duties as prsident of the Golden Age Friendship Club was to work on the third Seder held at the "Y" la-it Sunday afternoon. Miss Schwartz to Wed Physician M • RS. Samuel Herder wore a pink lace sheath with the lace pattern in a vertical line. Narrow pleated inserts flared in Miss Saundra Ileen Schwartz will be the June bride of Dr. Edward M. Cohn. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwartz, 2610 SW 24th St.. are announcing the engagement this week. 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Friday. April 26. 1963 vJewisli ncrldiar Page 7-3 t Jax, Mr, and Wi Ben Shavitz, of High Point, N.C., Mrs. Maurice Patrick, Worcester, Mass, Mr and Mrs, Nal Heller, N.Y.C., and Mrs. Elsa Huppler, of Santiago, Chile The Dickmans, 280 NE 1751*1 Tcr„ formerly of Manhattan, have lived here for the past seven years Gay cocktail part} at the Leo and Judy Rutsteins' las) week, was a Miami Beach-style homecoming for son Robert L.. of Bellmore, L.I.. arriving almost simultaneously with the Frank Gar bers, of Atlanta, Judy's sister] and brother-in-law Another sister from Brooklyn. Mrs. Sam j Mendelsohn, and her husband, plus cousins, the Edward Rut-1 steins, were also on hand • • • From Ft. Lauderdale came Mr. and Mrs. Max Kean, and the j David Warner's represented Hoi-1 lywoed, .Fla. Local guests included the Jack Katzmans, the Philip F. Hi. us. the Charles R Jacobsons, Mrs. Sadie Heifetz, from Chii ago, and Mr, and Mrs. ,\l Pelletz. Wi Icome home party at the harmii g I oi al Gables home ol Buddy and Charlotte Halpert, !>i8 Manati Ave„ when son, Bar ry Stuart, came in from Great L.akes .Navat Training Station whew ho is •assigned-ta the P lie Information Division Joining In the gaiety were daughter Susan* who helped with the table de -. and her friend, Sheryl \i;>'-i visiting irom Newark, N.J. Participating in Seder were Mr. ..: d Mr SI in Halpert and chiln Rick Sti %  en; Mr. and Mrs William II. Groner; and the Rudy R Vdler's of Miami Beach, Senior Citizens to Rally on Friday Leaders of Senior Citizens or ganizations have scheduled a mass rally demanding the administration and Congress take the Medicare bill off the shelf and act on it Immediately. The rally is planned for Bayfront Park Bandshell. 6 p.m., Friday. Main speakers on the program will be Gus Portney, president of the Senior Citizens Council of Florida. National .Medicare Party, and American Federation of Senior Citizens; Walter B. Lebowitz, past president -of Miami Beach Senior Citizens Association, and attorney for the Senior Citizens Voters League; Louis J. Block, chairman of the Florida Council of Senior Citizens; and Louis L. Jurette. treasurer of the Senior Citizens Council of Florida. lery a :mder Council, ;>le Isra ;esda I workshop at the Lowe Gal_^— w w ww ^ta V W W W MTPl II m GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE c SHEAFFERS new $195 BALLPOINT plus free 79$ refill Famous Sheafler quality, plus tree entry in No Loser Sweepslakes. Win fabulous prizes. BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 134 N.E. 1st St. Miami 228 N.E. 59th St. Miami MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE brings cheer and refreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand of coffee-Instant or Regular. This has been true for many, many, years. Because superior coffees and matchless blending give Maxwell House that "good-to-thelast-drop" flavor-the most pleasing to the YiddishenTa'am! M+M*l' The "Sabbath Coffee" for every. day enjoyment. In 2, 6 and 10 oz. jars. For brewed coffee enjoyment —the greatest Jewish favorite! In 1 lb. and 2 lb. cans. INSTANT 1608 Washington Ave. Miami Beach L: 272 Valencia Coral Gables We Give Merchants Green Stamps PU 4-3457 KOSHER-PARVE Certified by Rabbi Hersch Kohn MAXWELL HOUSE AXWE* 1 HOUSE -%  •"=-, tOFFff FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS



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Faqe 12-A +• kmist ntrrt&n Friday. April 23. 1963 Gurion Urges 'No Panic' Over Developments in Jordan I frwn Peg* 1-A Drffcw. wbo vr1Te<* ^' hiB gtor to *e*lu ago. and who had co=-^d -*ita Present Kenned}, denied press reports about a Kennedy Tiranj against military moves by Isra*: ttgsjmmt Jordan. It was understood, nevertheless, that, daring rs ml discv^aocs D S. official:. Israel reiterated its concern over the grave srta that might develop ic the wake of a pesuble pra-Nasseritt coop in Jordan—even li such \e!opree=t were not accompanied by the immediate entry of Egyptian troops into Jordan. U.S. officials, it was reported, voiced the belief that Nasser does not intend to move against Jordan or Saudi Arabia. The question was weighed whether the latest developm e nts might have altered Washington's appraisal and whether and what steps America contemplates to prevent the overthrow of King Husein. Israel's position on I last enunciated Print Min-ter David Ben-C.r l ast November. The Israel: Premier v arned that, if Egypt were to interfere in the affairs of .close neighbors." Israel would fort, ed to act %  *-**• n %  : %  • %  .Im H-U < ; M tCfW-ti % %  **• > %  : i %  :**: • •• :--|t! To these liapjty Israeli kills — there always was aii J-ru'-l' Wonderful, isn't it.-' They don't knou hoic Israel was born... htm its heroic people outfought six Arab armies They don't knou about the Displaced Persom Carnps either... where their mothers and fatli'-rs were fifteen years ago. They don't even know %  boot Hitler ] torn K\ snty yean ago 6,0CX),000 innocent Jews were dying in the Nazi slaughter. Yet, it's wonderful A generation is growing up that will have to find out about Hitler and the struggle for freedom in [hn history books. Your part in the struggle was giving through the United Jewish Appeal. Result — you helped to save 1.200.000 lives: refugees you brought to Israel. Now save more lives in this memorable year of I'JA's 25th Anniversary, and Israel's 15th. Give your increased gift to your community campaign. Then give a great "over and above" gift to UJA's Special Fund for New Immigrants, We've Saved 3,000,000 lives — Let's save more 25 th Anniversary Year Campaign B united Jewish Appeal J36.OOO.OO0 SPECIAL FUNO in addition to $60,000,000 REGULAR CAMPAIGN If k*i I .( UNITED IStAll tf L JOINT OlSTeigUTION COMMITTEE. HEW Y0*K ASSOCIATION roe HCW AMtICANS AS0 UIITf 0 HIAS WRVICE GIVE NOW-HELP NOW In Israel \'.


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--=r* sc +Jmitfflcr*&*r vj;j tltc J^ccf inning "r. tbe Dt-:_-.u:: I "-:' 7 SJ91 M:r eta cper-i :r.e '.szze. i drive m Miami ir 195] ate man gatberiaq which etoned the ::—.-. %  _-earn m a m— BI aeeeatance :r: brad tertec to camb tc die cammvaca entire r-:.:r. _r. '.£"£-. :•::.: sake Lneasl ibowi a private recaption in 1951 wbare Srrr. and H:-e Friadkmd were bcato lo M Sbaretl EB may e scothei Hatekwho a (be •* : 1 brad Bond :f thai day S:::e :: brad Boadl hawt nld b ?xrese z: S6DC on ir 2E action* around the wari The iaith ... the land end '-be peopie of Israel The hrsi individual synagogue effort for Israel Bonds m Miam. was at Te—pie Be-_-. Shoiom 7mo-j=hout the vears Beth Shoiam has consisJemhied h :r.e Israel Bond drtre for synagogues and temntes across the ncraon }ock Cantor Isadore Hecht and Ralph Soera ronier wtk RdbM Leon Kronish on pjans ior the irst synarD~^e Lsrrre. r-rr.r; enve. oad ul w u r a Temple D I Di ng Labaaaa boa r>e-: efcuuflH .r. be :;rfr:: d dban -.5 bac %  ?= Abba Ebax whe opened AM beael load :::.: ; :r::r a '•'::... t et ui aad 10 Tample Ernanu-El (fiBBM oa an (be oea z: karaal s ISfh yam 4 #' 1 1 %  y Maaarab On the occasion oi Israel s Bcr M:Srvch c Menorah was furnished w-.th 13 candles lit a the dinner tc mark tbe :3 years of Israels Slatehood. This year the Menorar, win canton 15 branches to be Ht by the seieoec ieooersh?D oi the community whose charts ice Israel nex tne h^gh honor Shown is A J. Mokrsky Negev Trustee oi Israel r-nrirmc c hght oi the Menorah. syinbohiinc another year oi Israels growth. 1963 -Year of Redemp A Land and a Commun in i!*53. brad o lebrates ber 15th eaalvan For a nation 10 voting and iac1 with a e*aPei to her very survival, which 1Mil not vet fully woi ,. a( 1 arj .an butane mm I 1.,. %  194 '•' •--:' • • %  >( Ie in ai %  '" >edeems I ..... •. es ii %  • • %  has 1 rious fruit* for a j this act t BJBOI Sot only 1 %  %  %  %  nes when I the seen • 15th an I Israeli -'arc 1 • Sin il %  the eh %  t r> rer v 1 irn l %  Miami Israel Festival of the Arts For a di! the cultural life oi Israel, five Flondians wan r designed Miami Israel Cultural Award aaK)dJ| Frost. Leonard Rose A. Herbert Mathes Dr. Wylie. Above are Dr. Henry Kir.c Bksaiord, sity oi Miami, who served as chairman :o: Ihi Phillip Wylie, hor.oree. and Sam Friedicr i Good Will Cruise Pan-Amancan Friwds ot braal Goodwill Tour aboard the SS Jem %  Oho) brought together Miamians and the bbada ot Israel in neighboring caentries m Lattn America. Cail We.nkle cruise comnodara, and CbttCtl Hall, representing the Goveinoi d th* Suite lu-.nsmit to members oi the cruise to boadl oi 9<* which *ere D % Fine lickM Le%-ensjn.Dt. Bauer. Mcx W^ Meyer Bask^



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f nday. Jlprtf 26, 1963 at Home *MistFk>ridHk^n Page 3-C Continued from Pag* 1-C Court judge, MosKe Ben-Ze'ev, as Attorney-General, to replace Gideon Hausner, who had resigned from the post on December 16, 1962. Relaxation of Restrictions The Prime Minister announced in February. 1962, far-reaching relaxations in the regulations affecting those living in the sensitive border areas where Military Administration is in force. The regulations, which are concerned mainly with the supervision of movement into and out of three border regions, are maintained in view of the infiltration and espionage organized by Israel's Arab neighborsand their open declarations of belligerency. The Prime Minister, speaking in the Kenesset in reply to propo-als to abolish the system, said it was essential to the security of the State. He announced, however, that in the future, movement permits would be given for the period of a year and automatically renewed if no fault had been found with the bearer, night curfew would be lifted, anyone sentenced by a Military Court would have the right of appeal, and all the villagers of a community, such as the Druzes, which obligates its young men to do compulsory military service (Arabs in Israel arc exempted from military service at their own request) would be exempt from all movement re strict ions. The Soblen Cat* The abolition proposals, introduced in the form of private members' bills, were defeated. Later in the year, a proposal that the regulations should have to CONGRATULATIONS to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th ANNIVERSARY Melandor Nursery 15721 N.W. 7th AVENUE Wl 7-6971 The North Miami General Hospital Greets The STATE OF ISRAEL on its 15th BIRTHDAY A TRIBUTE TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL Haven Manor Sanitarium 2629 N.W. 17th AVE. Miami NE 5-7721 BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS FIFTEENTH BIRTHDAY Schantz Organ Co. Guit.v H Kloeht Pipe Organ Builders. Tuning, Repairing, Rebu'Ming 438 ALCAZAR AVE. Coral Gables HI 3-1122 be renewed annually was also defeated in the Knesset. An issue that took a great deal of time and attention during ttffi was the illegal entry of Dr. Robert Soblen, convicted in America as a spy, and his subsequent deportation. On June 26, 1962, Dr. Robert Soblen arrived in Israel under an assumed name with false papers. When his true identity was discovered, he was immediately detained and an order for his expulsion was issued by the Minister of the Interior. On July 1, 1962, the order was carried out, and Dr. Soblen was expelled from Israel. The Prime Minister told the Knesset that Israel was meant to be "a refuge for Jews who do not wish, or are unable to remain where they are. but not an asylum for criminals." The Government's position was endorsed by the House. Who is a Jew? A Cabinet committee, which thoroughly investigated all the circumstances of the case, reported that the deportion order was legal and carried out according to law, that there were no negotiations with the U.S. Government on the subject, and that Israel did not request or approve escort by any American detective. However, the committee recommended that there should be a more careful definition of the procedure to be followed in such cases in the future. Israel's Supreme Court, sitting as the High Court of Justice, ruled on December 6, 1S62, that a Jew who becomes converted to Christianity cannot claim to be regarded as a Jew by nationality. The caBe, which arose out of a claim by a Carmelite monk, Oswald Rueisen, or Brother Daniel, who had been born a Jew and subsequently converted to Christianity, aroused a great deal of interest in Israel and abroad. The court rejected his claim to Israeli citizenship as an immigrant under the Law of the Return (1950), and to registration in the Population Register as a Jew of nationality. The authorities made it clear that they were perfectly willing to grant him citizenship by naturalization. The 1950 Law states: "Every Jew has the right to immigrate to Israel." On July 20, 1958, the Israeli Cabinet laid down the following criterion for recognition under this law: "A person who in good faith declares himself to be a Jew acd doe; not belong to another reiJgio: shall be registered as a Jew." The Supreme Court cited ; Continued on Page 10-C George L. 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Pago 2-B *. */*t norld^r Friday, April 26. 1963 fc. Mrs. Gordon Will Head Garden Club Mrs. Alex Gordon will succeed Urs.Tlarry Moscoe as president 01 Mt. Sinai Garden Club, with installation luncheon planned for Tuesday noon, May 7. at the Algiers Hotel. Afternoon will feature a parade ; ot fashions in fre. ^ u -nest of honor. I and Florida region president ij Local conference chairman is Mrs. Irwin Liss. of Coral Gables Hannah Kahn at Library Week Fete Hannah Kahn. nationally-known poet and poetry editor, spoke at the Surf-Bal-Bay Library of the Miami Public Library on Monday evening in celebration of National Library Week. Her subject was •Signatures in Poetry." Mrs. Kahn's book of poetry. %  E ves Daughter." was published recently and her more than 400 ooems have appeared in such leading national magazines as "American Scholar." "Harpers." "Ladies Home Journal" and "Sat urday Review." She has won the International Sonnet Competition from the Poetry Society of Great Britain and America, and her poems have been chosen for the Golden Year Anthology and the Poetry Society of America Anthropology Sidney King, Mayor of Surf side welcomed the guests in the name ol the Surfside Recreation Center. Members of the board of trustees and Friends of Surf-Bal Bay Liblary served as hostess's They included Mesdames Beulah A. Butler. Rhea Gladwin. William Max.* well. Theodor Nelson. Harry Or. leans and GUI R. Roberts. ROUND TRIP FARES FROM NEW YORK TO ISRAEL VIA PAN AMERICAN AND CONNECTING JET Fly to London, Pa-is or Rome on a Pan American Jet Clipper—then on to Tel Aviv via connecting Jet. Plus $500.00 cash bonus if special condition stated belcv is followed. 2ND PRIZE: RCA Color TV 3RD PRIZE: RCA Stereo in cabinet with AM-FM Tuner and Record CKanger 4TH PRIZE: RCA Biack &. White TV 5TH PRIZE: RCA Portable Stereo Phonograph 25 PRIZES: RCA Tiansistor Radios NOT A CONTEST! A DRAWING! Enter often as you like I Get tree entry blank at your grocers or us* plain piece of paper Write your name and address clearly and then mail to: Yuban P.O. Box 3700 Grand Central Station. N Y. 17. N. Y. 2 You may enter as often as you wish, but each entry must be mailed in a separate envelope. 3 All entries must be postmarked not later than midnight June 30th. and received no leter than July 15th. 1963. 4 Entry is open to all in U. S. except in Nebraska or where prohibited by local law. Entry is also prohibited to employees of General Foods Corporation and its advertising agen cies and their family members. 5 Winners of all prizes will be selected on Friday. July 19th. 1963. by blindfold drawings, supervised jointly by the Israel Office Of Information and the Israel Government Tourist Agency. Their selections are final. Only one, prize will be awarded in a family. 6 The 1st prize awarded it 2 round trip fares to Israel from New York via your choice of London, Pans or Rome on a Pan American Jet Clipper. Then on to Tel Aviv via connect ing Jet. IMPORTANT A $500.00 cash bonus will be awarded to the winner of the 1st prize if the entry is accompanied with an Instant Yuban label—or with a reasonable drawing of the word Yuban as it appears on the label shown here. 8 Pnres will be awarded as stated and winners will be notified by mail. If you desire a list of winners, send self addressed stamped envelope with your entry Tnis sweepstakes is subiect to all federal. jnd local regulations. YUBAN'S Jbd'ofm OFFERS WITH PURCHASE OF I I1TJT I I I iJ=ki i \ THE SIMCHA *^H COFFEE yjn-ittifit YUBAN OOFFEE s .FkatkftoaUtdAtmi .^ HISTORICAL GUIDE! ittuina MIMO atouiABM* tr.a %  PUA> Ceh* Every borne should have this land ottheBible guide Here, with easy references, ftOfds and pictures, modern Israel is magically transformed lo its ancient days. And you at* there!...there from Abiaham to item, wit* thr JutfiM, K8* ** Prophets, on' down to the Macubees. A thrilling n pofitoc* for young and old alike! K The Premium Coffee of General Foods = UP JfatcC-ok coMMMt-s o V U %  A N r*e eVravea Catfee .1 IF NOT AVAILABLF AT YOUR GROCERS-send Instant Yuban label with name and address to: YUBAN, care of r PO Box 2973. Main Pos'olfne. Miami I



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rz~~ :-z +Jei9tfkr*09r Friday. April 28. 1963 A CALEHDA* Of ACMEVtVPCT mm H flaliuii CAannttc) ii> Landmarks 15 Years After Independence v.. -t—" Jam. B— T-ttrStm -** Fefe T—: Heamama eieeted President 2_ ee i ner t nth E;rpt firr MUr t%_:B*s-Grion. M< r 11— Natr.. :-.•,.---S*p 12— vs-. I— zmmm Itstitnte cf ?;— • : %  J*T S—1: S-t 2*—ft of 45.W6 Jew* froes Ycaea l brad eoacfci *•. 2*— TfSl jvty IS— • Jew; frw. bra lei mp14—23rd ogress cT—V ( m? Mar. 24— 1*S4 June 2— Viy 24— 19— i Sept. 2227—. ; .. : n-Czccti mm 1W4 Mar. 11— roop Apr,I 24— U '/. %  • Spt. 1*Oct. 25—I -r unified %  %  %  %  : fighting 1 19—-Israel moves against Egyptian (edayh and preaai. Continued en Page 4-C 3c!;.-:rs going lo KBod ..-. AM Israel Defense Forces. Prime Minister Ben Gurion Views The Future of the People He Leads By DAVID BEN-OURION Prim* Minister of Israel Aare to celebrate re-' • —. • I decade a hai: „-;•::•-. :•> %  k to i p:rtuc. I rear >e recall thememory of ti ear SO year* ago. fired "by the I old hatards and h_ ceivabie toda>. to establish the foundations for the reurzent Jewish State by build lr.g first tura •• • m We thai b) •%  "-. the State ( I %  • -and years of %  Hebrew Heritage I ent nation ns its live: and factory, in the i ,nd is recreat..-2 our jreal Hebrew Wi have established rn educational ne" : %  i to Univei ith a -chool population this year : 89 00—as many as the .-.the country on the day our independence proclaimed. rk of our scientists and ..nd mu>: ha; von worldwide acclaim. from all the contiespecially from the c"eUons Of Africa. Asia rica. come to studv moden l n dcvelatterns %  I %  We grief the f our the v< : thy s essors— uiWorld Jewry Rall.-i %  %  • • • .' • m a hundn ent countries, many of I pressed, erisbed througl :...ilt of UM II therr. skills "' % %  • %  to our titt t cultural h. The en:.re Jewish through ( world—but for an insignificant minority—has ral Contirued O.T Page 9-C mcuu STUMB uu ma Science and Research Make Headway in Israel Today L Dr. Weizmann Predicts the Hitler Holocaust Dr. Chaim Weizmann, firs! President of the State of Israel (1874-1952), addresses the • d .'ing its historical session m the hall of the Jewish Agency, where the Presidential ca'h was administered. Dr. Weizmann, a renowned scientist, is intimately bound to the history of the reemergence of a Jewish State in our time. In November, 1903, he told a meeting following the Sixth Zionist Congress in Berne, Switzerland: "Zionism is not a r lo the distress of the present; it is tor us a CC Bte world outlook, which e'-'O" passes all "^e values of our lives The Jewish oeop'e are g /oleano, and this pos l on will ce tinue to exist until an appalling disaster takes place And then, u the solution to the Jewish question will be found. This cuniaue, solution is that gig/en t, al Zionism: the revival of Israel in its Historic land" Dr. Weizmann, 30 years before the fact, predicted the Hitlerian holocaust. elopmenl of nuclear peaceful pu: was the dorr ml theme in irch in Israel -• year. Ii. rnment set up Development Com hile a group ical i xperts, ap% %  %  mic Enrd the Government 'to I an atomic power station in the near future. Construction had begun earlier in the year on a Nuclear Engi Ing Center at Technion. the Institute of Technology, in Haifa, in order to step up re rch in the field. At its atomic reactor at Xahal Sorek. -outh of Tel Aviv, Israel beean to proiuce radioactive gld : Ahich are of great value in medical diagnosis and treatment. Other isotopes from thi~ reactor were being used in r. Karen on the effects of hot climates %  b, %  which idetermined I to the full it* extent An •':, art • the ki • ; %  < dioac 1 the R m ..: d Isoi stunt, the Governi pital at lei Hashomer same Institute announc velopmen: i: a systi m I active poulticing of "" the soles • •;•'. Feet, thu ing the nee I for surger v 'other Israeli scientist pi "' ) lie a method of measuru g radioactivity of the soil, to speed up the early phases of oil ispect* ing. Solar Energy Israeli scientists in other Held! were no less active. Some ol the outstanding research (i>^ ,! Continued on Page IOC



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"Jewish FIoridlfLSiiti Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKiY lume 36 — Number 17 Miami. Florida, Friday. April 26. 1963 Three Sections — Price ?i Israel in Deep Mourning For Passing of Ben-Zvi Beloved President Succumbs to Cancer at Age 78 HIV .vill mark its 15th anniversary of independence on jay, Apr. 29. Jews throughout the world, in commem• an of the historic event, will be taking note of the occaat a variety of celebrations. Only ihe death Tuesdav ;-ael's beloved President Itzhak Ben-Zvi will bring sadto the otheiwise fesiive occasion. But the joint memorial anniversary event symbolizes once mere the survival Jewish peop'e in the greatest moments of their ad ry as we'l as their propensity to wring m om rtfelt tragedv. The Jewish Floridian, in recognition of the iversary, this we. k dedicates Sec. C to the State of Israel. BG Urges x No Panic' Over Affairs in Jordan JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—The people ot Israel went into deep mourning Tuesday for their Presi • Ben-Zvi, who lost his fight against the ravages of cancer and died early Tuesday morning, i. years old. \I.KM i JTA i The In neighboring Jordan. ; i Nasser demonstration! held, demanding that iy Join the new federat\rab Republic—composA deep -loom enveloped the nation when the death was announced. Light radio programs • e celled, and renditions of the Psalms and liturgy were substituted. Members oi the cabinet. < uoni and senior government officials began calling at the President's residence to pay their resi A state funeral was held WedPresident awakened briefly from esp'.cts. was held Wednesday. All entertainment and. recreational features of the ISth Independence Day celebrations were canceled. The military parade and naval display in Haifa on Monday will take place without the usual participation of military bands. Chief ol Staff Tzvi Tsur issued an order of the day for a week of mourning at all garrisons and his deep sleep, partly induced by sedation to relieve his pain, and asked Mrs. Ben-Zvi who had been constantly at his bedside to read to himfrom the weekly Portion ol the Bible. The President's last official message was issued in connection with Israel's ISth anniversary, T President asked for divine blest on the defense forces ol Israel, on its pioneers and builders, and all camps where flags were lowered who sought to advance the cduca to half mast position. Israel's Par tion of the people. ed id Egj : ". Syria ai d Iraq—was discussed Sunday .it the weekly ling ol the Israel cabinet. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion was reported as warning that the lew situation i" Jordan need • provoke any panic In Israel, but must also not be taken with complacency. The situation in Jordan is being carefully watched lure. Rifle firing was heard here Sunday and Saturday night as taking place in the Jordanianheld Old City of Jerusalem. Curfew has been proclaimed in the Old City, as well as in Amman, and in other Jordanian cities where pro-Nasser demonstrations were held. King Hussein, of Jordan, announced the dissolution of the Parliament and the appointment of his uncle, Hussein ibn Nasser, as the head of a new government. He said that elections for a new Parliament would be held in four months. i London newspapers reported that Kins Hussein is planning to abdicate and flee his country. All Jordanian frontiers were reported closed, and telephone and other communications with the country I were reported severed. A son of | ex-Premier Rifai said in London that "the idea that a man like Hussein would abdicate is sheer nonsense.") Israel's reactions to any radical changes in Jordan were discussed in recent weeks with the United States Government. However. M:.7 MM AST CRISIS U.S., Britain Planning Bar To Blow Up? LONDON — (JTA) — The United States and Britain will entervene \ ith military action to halt that may break out bei Israel and an Arab country. 1 -ult of the rapid growth of in the hands of Egypt's t Carnal Abdel Nasser. •he D, ilj Express reported here Honda; in a front-page article. As detailed by the newspaper. •he plans envisage the use of the United Stales Sixth Fleet, now in '1* Mediterranean, and the cmPlo>rrunt of British forces from bases in Cyprus and Aden, to Interpose themselves between the Ar band Israelis. The AngloAmerican forces, according to the P a Ptr. would form between the ppposing sides until an "effective,. Barrier" could be erected by the Shimon Peres. Deputy Minister of liament suspended it> current re cess fcr a special meeting of mourning. The presidential residence was thrown open to the public, and a somber people lined up to wait in turn to tile past the bier draped io the national colors and the Incident's personal prayer shawl. A minyan ol army chaplains began the recitation of Psalms. Vmontt those filing by the bier in the morning were Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim, Supreme Court Justices, members of the Jewish Agency Executive, and other -. The aeath of Israel's second President occurred at 7:08 a.m., Tues ay, Israel time. Mr. BenZvi had been in a coma, and began to sink rapidly during the night. Mrs. Ben-Zvi and members ol the family were at the bedside. About 9 p.m., Monday night, he awoke and repeated the entire Shema. The attending physician thsn heard the President call feebly for his brother, Aaron. He rotified the brother, as well as Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. However, the rapidly dying President failed to recognize either man when they entered his room. Earlier Monday afternoon, the lie asked that the people recall "all who gave their lives on the altar ol the homeland, the h w to whom as to their families our d( bt is immeasurable He urj i as Israel entered its 16th j that every Israeli doubh and triple Continued on Page 2-A PKtSIJtNT BtN-ZVt ... o star lad ; His Passion for a Jewish Home Began in His Youth JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM — Itzhak B< / %  was throughout ins life a lead t oi lh( generation ol young Zionists who settled in i alestine b< Ion the i g| World War, and v ho created the apparatus in Palestine whii later became the State ol Israel. lie was born in Poltava in the Russian Ukraine 0.1 Dec. (>. 18!>4. He studied at ihe University ol Kiev, and then went to Turkej for study at the University ol Istanbul from 1912 to 1014. With the late Dov Ber Borochov. he founded the Poale Zion Movement of Socialist Zionism in 1!H)5. He did organisational work lor the new ,n Russia. German). £ id ai d Pali -ii<. u lu re in le I90f While teaching at the HetoreHiyh School in Jerusalem. which he helped to establish, he was a co-tounder of Hashomer. ihe Jewish defense of the then thinly scattered settlements in Palestine. In 1915, in the second year <'f World War II. the unlit; :regime cf Turkey then in control of Palestine exiled Mr. Ben Z\ i to Egypt. Continued on Page £A Nazi Arrested on Arrival in Vienna Continued on Page I A Continued on Page 12-A VIENNA — (JTA) — Erich Rajakovic turned up in Vienna this week and was immediately put under arrest in connection with charges he had a key role as an i Adolf Eichmann aide in the wari time deportations of 110,000 Dutch .lews to Nazi extermination camps. Investigating Magistrate Kurt Forstner said Rajakovic was or; dered held after questioning. The justice Ministry is investigating to I determine whether Rajakovic "aided and abetted in the murder" of Hutch and Austrian Jews during 'World War II. The former SS officer's arrest climaxed a series of llights starting with a sudden departure from Italy two weeks ago shortly before a Milan newspaper carried a lengthy report on his Nazi background. He appeared in Switzerland and was promptly taken into custody and escorted to the border where he was expelled. Late last week, he arrived in Munich. The Bavarian Government announced he was an undesirable alien and would he expelled. He then disappeared in West Germany, and his whereabouts v ere unknown until he appeared in Vienna. The Trieste-born former Nazi officer had Austrian nationality, but the Austrian) lifted that nationality last January when stories about n*>s Nazi past began to circulate. The Bavarian provincial Government meanwhile disclosed it had started an investigation of charges that Dr. Wilhelm Harstcr, who quit his post as an adviser to the provincial Interior Ministry, was a key Nazi figure in the warContinued on Pag* 5-A